Google Is Discontinuing Google Site Search
Google Is Discontinuing Google Site Search

Recently, many emails to the customers have revealed that the tech giant Google has decided to shut down one of its important product “Site Search” by this spring which is one of the paid product of the tech giant Google and widely used by many users.

Google Is Discontinuing Google Site Search

Recently, many emails to the customers have revealed that the tech giant Google has decided to shut down one of its important product (service).

Yes, it sounds pretty odd and horrifying whenever the tech giant Google decides to kill any of their product either it’s a paid product, or it’s a free product. As it happens due to the massive number of users stay connected with those services or products. However, currently, the tech giant Google again decided to do the same for one of its paid product which is widely used by many users.

As the tech giant Google has decided to shut down its “Site Search” by this spring which is one of the paid product of the tech giant Google and widely used by many users as we told earlier.

Now many of you might be thinking right now that, what the customers will do those who have already paid for this service to the tech giant Google?

So, let me clarify that, according to the tech giant Google, the customers those who have already paid for or renewed this service they will simply be able to continue to have access to this service, but, no new licenses or renewals will be sold after the 1st April 2017.

Google Site Search
Google Site Search

Moreover, all the existing customers will be simply automatically migrated to the Google’s ad-supported Custom Search Engine once their latest license or search limit expire.

According to the publication Fortune, “This move illustrates Google’s on-going and growing reliance on advertising income, and it is something that is unlikely to be well-received by web users who are already sick of being inundated with ads.”

But, the real fact is that the tech giant Google is really going to have a troublesome time assuring its customers that actually this closure decision is really a good decision.



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