Google released its latest tool last week, Google Web History.
The feature allows Google users to track their personal online activity including searches they've conducted and sites they've actually been to. The information is then stored on Google's server.
The tool is helpful to bloggers who visit hundreds (or thousands) of sites every day, and makes it a lot easier to track back to the original source. It can also pull of a list of sites you visit on a regular basis and your top search items.
The ultimate advantage is that your future search results will be optimized as a result of the customizations Google creates for you according to your online history. The biggest advantage is that you can access your Web History from any computer once you've signed into your account. Whether you're at the office, at home, or in a cyber cafÃ© in Moscow, you can have your e-history at your finger tips.
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