Blogger know thyself.
While you’re finding out how your readers search, why not personalize Google to find out what you might learn from your own search trends?
Just last week Google introduced Trends–a feature that lets you look at your top searches, clicks, and other info about your personal search activity. To use it, you only have to sign on to your Google account when you search.
All of the details are described for you at this page of the .
The key features of Personalized Search offered through Trends are that it
- Orders your search based on what’s relevant to YOU. Over time, new search results are ordered using your search history, particularly what you have clicked on in the past, to deliver more personalized and relevant results to what you are looking for.
- Past searches–web pages you have browsed– are available to you for browsing, researching, and removal.
- Labels and bookmarks you attach to your Personalized Searches can be accessed from any computer.
I’ve been playing with it for the last three days and here’s what the read out looks like.
I’m thinking this could be very useful for that “where did I see that” syndrome. No extra work, a better record. I like that.
–ME “Liz” Strauss