Thursday, January 24, 2008

Google Web History

I love all things google! I wanted to share one product of google that I am really impressed with - Google Web History (you can learn more by googling - Google Web History :). It keeps track of your web activity each day so that you can click on a calendar day and see what sites you visited.

I visit a lot of web sites each day, and it's nice to have a record since I often click from one blog to another, or learn about a cool product or site from somewhere, click on it, and then forget what it was called or where I learned about it. With Web History, you can do a search in just the sites you have browsed, which is pretty cool.

If you click on Trends - it shows your top queries, top searches, and top clicks. This can be viewed for the last 7 days, last 30 days, last month, last year, or of all time. (I think it's funny - in my last 30 days category, my #1 top search query was vegetables, which would not have been the case a few months ago...)

It even remembers map searches, which I think is really useful. It's fun to look back and remember the crazy road trips ideas I've had recently... (i.e. - Chicago to Pittsburgh, to visit my friend Stephanie, or Chicago to Atlanta, to visit my friend Amber).

2 comments:

beckie said...

I love all your useful computer knowledge and websites!

kelly said...

That's cool, I'm going to have to check that out...