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My Google Wish List
By: Sharon Housley
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    2007-04-12

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    5. Tell Me How Much I Make!

    Clearly tell publishers what percentage range they can expect to receive when they serve AdSense on their content websites. Now, I understand that it might vary publisher to publisher, but disclose a range. Or at the very least, consider adopting a model similar to Amazon's where publishers percentage of revenue earned is based on their volume.

    6. Google Alert via RSS.

    The current Google alert system is from the 1990's (figuratively speaking) please offer an option to receive Google alerts via RSS feeds. I know you can setup a Google News search using RSS, it seems silly that it is not available via Google Alerts. http://www.google.com/alerts

    7. Faster Blog Indexing.

    Google is all about search, right? Why are they so slow at indexing blogs? In fact the Google blog search performs far worse than many of the blog specific search engines. Search should be Google's strength instead of a weakness. Even the breadth of blogs searched, and the related blogs listed on Google's blog search are on the thin side. Definitely room for improvement in this area.

    http://blogsearch.google.com

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