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Google Base Layout Change

By hagrin - Posted on 05 August 2006

The Google Base blog announced layout changes to test user surfing behaviors. From the blog:

This change allows us to experiment with how you browse and search on Google Base and see related items. The item details page enables you to see all the attributes and labels attached to the item and provides links to items with similar labels. We want to measure how this navigation changes the number of searches and other ways people will use it. In the future we plan to test a number of other navigation changes in order to optimize the Google Base experience. By the way, search results that display Google Base items on Froogle, Google Local and Google will continue to point directly to item URL.

Google Base definitely still seems in its infancy stage and the continued tweaking warrants labeling it a beta still. I'm definitely excited to see exactly what Google Base's final product is going to look like.