Google Instant is the new wave for typing and not-typing as you search.  Apparently, according to Google’s official blog post on Google Instant, there will be no more need to complete queries (hopefully), or, at least you’ll want to keep things cool with this little result… In other words you’ll need to do less typing—and Google will automatically adjust the results as you go along.  Not that you’d search for partial queries (e.g. “baseball m”), you’d search for predictive queries (e.g. “baseball mitt”) while you go along, adjusting the whole screen of result-delivery.

What will this mean for search engine optimization? If partial queries are predicted into full on results, will people abandon longer searches—what will this mean for the market in general?

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