A decade back,a giant was born in the form of a search engine.The journey began with an "error"-instead of naming it 'goggle',it was named "google";and as they say the rest is history.With time many new services were born and for each services there is a dedicated blog but unfortunately not for the initial service-search.Google remedied it now by launching a blog specific for search--Inside Search.
In the past we’ve published information about search on the Official Google Blog (more than 400 posts about search and more than 50 weekly wrap-ups), and webmaster-oriented posts on the Webmaster Central Blog (more than 300 posts). We also operate a help center for search and another for webmasters. That’s not to mention the search help forums which have more than 50,000 discussions, and the webmaster central help forums with more than 90,000. Combine this with YouTube channels and search conferences, and it’s safe to say we talk a lot about search.
Even with all these channels, we still felt we were missing something. We didn’t want to flood the Official Google Blog with smaller stories and announcements, and the Webmaster Central Blog is really meant for, well, webmasters. We started our series “This week in search” to provide a way to share information about some of the smaller updates we’re making, but we got feedback that people wanted their search news and information as it happens, not just weekly. So, we’re starting Inside Search as a place where you can find regular updates on the intricacies of search and our team. We have more engineers working on search than any other product, and each one of us has stories to tell.
A glimpse inside the weekly search "quality launches" meeting, during which we approve the roughly 500 improvements we make to search every year.