Google+ Borrows From Twitter – Adds “Trends” To Search Results [News]

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Google is still working hard on Google+. They have many innovative features in Google+, and also some which are borrowed from their competitors. Facebook borrowed some of their features and now Google+ is doing the same from Twitter, by rolling out a feature called ‘Trends”. With this addition, users can see what other Google+ users are talking about, much like “Trending Topics” on Twitter.

To gain access to the new feature, simply go to Google+ and search for something. Your results will show on the left side of the screen, and on the right side users will see the latest trends. This feature is certainly not something new to social networking, but it is still a useful feature, and a cool way to find some compelling new people to add to your Google+ circles.

As of this writing, some of the trending topics include Natalie Wood, Breaking Dawn and Demi Moore. Much like the corresponding feature offered by Twitter, this list is dynamic, so by the time you read this, you can safely assume there will be a whole set of new trends (except Breaking Dawn, those Twilight vampires never seem to lose popularity).

Source: Cnet

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Comments (2)
  • Vuvu3001

    what the hell is this crap?? Who got trends to search results??go do ur home work before posting from any source.trends go first introduced by google search engine and it got copied by twitter later.

    • Dave LeClair

      Yes, but that’s based on searches. This is based on what people are talking about, which is obviously different.

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