Google Adds RSS To Google Base Results

I wrote about Google adding drop down menus to some search results at the Search Engine Roundtable last night and then discovered something new. At least I think it is new. If you go to a Google Base landing page, like this one for Clinical trials results, you may notice a new button at the top right of the page. The button is an RSS feed icon, that links to RSS results for that query refinement in Google Base. I personally have never seen that feature there before, I asked a few people and they haven’t either – so I assume it is fairly new. So if you are an RSS junky, then you can subscribe to result sets that interest you in Google Base.

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