It looks as if Google are integrating its new Google+ social networking service into its search results; this means that the user will be able to see anything that they have publically shared appearing in any search request. This move means that the search result is getting a little crowded with Flickr, Google Buzz, Quora, and Twitter already featuring in the search results.
According to Sagar Kamdar from Google, told Danny Sullivan from Searchengineland that;
“It started rollout today. What you saw earlier was a feature that has been around for a while. If you add any URLs, in the Links section of your Google Profile we may show an annotation to any of people that have added you to their Circles or yourself if you search for content and we believe the annotation is relevant. Starting today and rolling out over the coming days the links you publicly share on G+ will be visible to yourself and people that have added you to their Circles on G+.”
So is this a good idea or not, do you want to see all of these social search integrations into your normal search results, is it useful or not!