Google has given its Realtime Search a second chance after scrapping it in late July. But this time, the service will not be dependant on Twitter feeds, instead it will provides updates from Google's very own social network, Google+.
Google’s Panda update in June sent a large number of websites plumetting down the search engine rankings. This has left many SEO consultants and webmasters asking why is Google penalizing some good sites to get the bad ones?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock this past week, then you would have heard what practically everyone (and we mean everyone!) is talking about, Google+. Last week, the search giant released a brand new social network and it wasn’t long before it was given the label of "the Facebook killer". But will this really be the case?