Google Real Time Search is cool. It is explained by the following video, but to point out a few things. Bear in mind that realtime search is being folded into the regular Google Search. That is great for exposure of realtime. Here is what I found on the side panel of some search terms as I am updating this blog:
* Any time * Latest * Past 24 hours * Past week * Past month * Past year * Custom range
Also, on some searches the day I first posted this blog I saw links to "realtime" in the middle oforganic search. I don't know if this will be a regular feature or if they haven't figured out the best format. But realtime apparently is here to stay in some fashion and that should help anyone who feels they are not getting the word out. When you search some terms, age is a good thing for a website, but when you search other terms it is not. So, realtime solves that issue. Here are some of the features of realtime:
1. You can search by geography.
2. You can have search subjects delivered to your email.
3. You get breaking headlines before the news gets them.
4. You get lots of sources, like Facebook, and not just Twitter.
So, in order to find out what exactly is happening in Israel, today you can make calls and connect different people, who can give you the facts unplugged. This is an opportunity that the people before us didn’t have and therefore we can be much better informed.
I adore Harry Potter; the books, the world, the films - everything. So when I found out that Levesden Studios which is about twenty minutes from where I live was going to do a tour I was beyond excited. What I imagined in my head was a small exhibit based on the mechanics behind the films. For some reason I thought it would be a bit of a minority, geeky thing that would be interesting for fans of the films but nothing more