The title on Google’s Inside Search homepage says it all. The homepage is designed so that it immediately puts the feel of the holidays around you. And why not? It is meant to be a holiday guide to all that you can do with Google’s range of services and how to tailor them to have the maximum fun with your families and close ones. So, Google is essentially telling you to read thoroughly and plan with it for Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
The holiday topics cover cooking, ways to stay connected, sports, and of course, the latest in shopping. So, if you are thinking about the turkey recipe, you can use the Google recipe search box and get a list of recipes. Check into YouTube and get the cooking lesson before you put the skillet to the heat. For more hands on help, call on Google Hangout and its cooking community. The schedule is given.
As a sports fan, you can follow your favorite teams on YouTube and get real-time sports updates with Voice Search on the Google Search App. Sports updates are also collated by Google’s Knowledge Graph. Google gives families and friends many ways to stay connected – check flight statuses via Web search, hang out with the family on Google+ or simply download a free book, TV show or song to enjoy with family and friends.
Last, but definitely not the least, get into the holiday groove with Google Shopping. Grab deals and put your list on Google Shortlists. Choices are plentiful with the holiday catalogues available on Google. Google is also counting on you to check out the latest Google gadgets in stores this holiday season.