What does the little blue man next to the link of my hub in a Google Search mean?
see photo: I have never noticed this before.
It means that you are logged into Google and Google is showing you that it is your article.
I believe it to be an indicator of social media content or at least that's what it used to be. Meaning it has been shared thru social media. For some reason mines not showing it but that could be why. Just womdering how would Google know its Dave's unless he linked it to google somehow I was wondering?
Great question. I think he may be telling you something?
How many of these little figures, avitars and ETC. do we even understand? I guess computers are trying to teach us a new way of thinking and communicating.
It means go read my Hubs and punch the links. LMAO Actually I had no idea but am learning something here.
It means Big G is watching you lol. Every step you take is being watched. System sculpting your profile from websites you visit, stuff you do. that's what it means.
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
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by syras mamun 8 years ago
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by David Stillwell 5 years ago
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