Google Launches Search Engine Service for E-Commerce Sites

Ainsley Jones

Google launched a new search engine service designed specifically for e-commerce sites. Google Commerce Search is essentially a shopping cart solution for online retailers, says Search Engine Land. A hosted service, Google Commerce Search is integrated with Google Analytics and Google's Merchant Center and Product Search services.

 

Promising to improve an e-commerce site's search and usability, Google Commerce Search will be priced starting at $50,000 a year and will target the top 1,000 online retailers in each of the countries where Google operates, reports Network World in a story on SFGate.com. The launch comes just in time for the upcoming holiday e-commerce rush, according to eWEEK.



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Nov 9, 2009 10:45 AM Yossi Hermush Yossi Hermush  says:

Nobody expects a '1.0' to provide the same coverage as do products that are out there 5, 6, 8 or more years. However, a newcomer has the advantage of bringing a new point of view and learning from other people's mistakes. This is why we at Celebros (www.celebros.com) are not quick to judge but rather look to learn.

For clients looking to make an immediate investment the choice is clear. Celebros products and services provide a complete answer to your needs and are proven through numerous deployments. In the long run however-clients are looking at Google's doings with interest and so are we!

Yossi Hermush

VP Marketing, Celebros (www.celebros.com)

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