Monday, July 16th, 2007...10:59 am
Google Global Firefox Extension
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Dave Davis from RedFly Marketing has created a neat extension for Firefox called Google Global. It allows you to quickly switch to search results from a different country without changing URL’s or manually appending search strings.
If you’re like me and are constantly checking search results from different countries then this plugin will come in handy. I’ve only had it installed for a day and it’s already getting a good workout.
The easiest way to use Google Global is to simply do a search for something on Google. Google Global Firefox Extension supports all Google search properties. When you do your search, simply right click anywhere on the search results page, select ‚ÄúSearch Google Global‚Ä? and select what country you would like to see the results from. It is as simple as that.
One other feature which has been included is the ability to turn off Google’s personalized search results. I only noticed this when I went snooping in the options menu. It will block personalized searches by default but only on the results that you switch to and not the original search.
Download: Google Global Firefox Extension