Google Launches New Blog Search Engine

Google has launched a brand new blog search engine engine that is just focused on blogs. This shows just how big blogs have become and another reason why most lawyers should consider one as part of the online Internet marketing strategy.


Google is a strong believer in the self-publishing phenomenon represented by blogging, and we hope Blog Search will help our users to explore the blogging universe more effectively, and perhaps inspire many to join the revolution themselves.

  1. How do I use Blog Search?

    Just type the word(s) you want to search for in the text box and click "Search." That’s all there is to it!

    If you want more control over your search, click the "Advanced Search" link to the right of the search button. There you’ll find options to specify titles, authors, languages and more. Once you get your search results, there will be an additional link that allows you to switch between displaying the results with either the most relevant or recent results at the top.

    In the Blogger version of the interface, there is an extra "use search options" link beneath the search box. This will show a few of the most common advanced options, such as a specific blog or a date range to search within.

  2. Which blogs are included in Blog Search?

    The goal of Blog Search is to include every blog that publishes a site feed (either RSS or Atom). It is not restricted to Blogger blogs, or blogs from any other service.

  3. How do I get my blog listed?

    If your blog publishes a site feed in any format and automatically pings an updating service (such as, we should be able to find and list it. Also, we will soon be providing a form that you can use to manually add your blog to our index, in case we haven’t picked it up automatically. Stay tuned for more information on this.

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