Google Does Not Like Flash Welcome Screens, Will the Google Browser?

Jun 11th

Philipp Lessen pointed out that Google now offers a link in the search results to skip intro on flash intro pages.

Philipp also mentioned rumors of a Google Browser from February.

Google also launched a major offline advertising campaign in Moscow, hoping to gain market share on Russian search leader Yandex.

Published: June 11, 2008

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June 11, 2008 - 4:33pm

Developing and distributing your own browser in the next logical step when your trying to track and analyze user behavior on the web.

I'd like to say that I doubt that I'll use it, but I use everything else they've developed...

June 12, 2008 - 5:35pm

sound interesting

June 14, 2008 - 9:25am

I always wanted to know what is the reason behind the fact that google does not like flash and if there is any way to go around that and create flash that is search engine friendly?
Thanks
Wael

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