“A Google A Day” Demands Search Inquiries

New trivia game of Google challenges conservative system by obliging players to do search inquiries to discover the answer to an everyday question.

It is named “A Day for Google” and further than being a game that will attract web savvy pub quiz enthusiasts, it might serve many reasons for the search engine huge, particularly following the current reorganization of the company by Larry Page, the new CEO.

Perhaps the most apparent motive for making game similar to this is that it exposes latest information how users are looking for ultra exact pieces of information and in methods that were beforehand only found by inference of whatever data was existing. Having users look for prearranged consequences, utilizing the search tool on agoogleaday.com, which doesn’t enclose coincident outcomes that may expose the answer and damage the game, permits Google to reverse engineer how they’re presently tracking and appraising information.


According to a post on official blog of Google by Dan Rusell, a User Experience Researcher, daily questions will in fact be harder to answer as it finds nearer to the last part of the week.  Answers will be exposed the following day and what search techniques were employed to locate that answer.

Although A Google a Day is further puzzle-based than a real mini game, it’s still the first serious step of the company into the space.  Plus with the increase in gaming on mobile gadgets, it’s a wonderful breeding ground for social achievement and advertising income probable. It would not be shocking to observe more puzzle game projects in the future of the company.

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