Google Site Search service replaces paid by free version with ads

Feb

22

2017

Google will stop offering paid subscriptions for Site Search, a feature that allows websites to integrate a search based on Google’s search engine within their own website. Site Search is followed by a free alternative ads.

From April 1 this year, Google Site Search does not sell more subscriptions. At that time, customers can still close or renew subscriptions. From April 1, 2018 Google Site Search will stop completely. The search boxes on websites that use them continue to work, but since then based on Google Custom Search Engine. Which offers the same functionality, but is free and displays ads.

On the English GSS website is a message that stops the service. To the English website is not the case yet. According to Fortune has Google Tuesday sent an email to customers to bring them up to date. The search giant continues to provide customers with subscriptions provide technical support during the current contract period.

Google Site Search began in 2008. The service is designed for blogs and websites that want to integrate a search. Subscriptions start at $ 100 per year for 20,000 search by year, to $ 2000 for 500,000 searches. For more than one million queries were made bespoke contracts.

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