2. SEO signals in the DOM (page titles, meta descriptions, canonical tags, meta robots tags, etc.) are respected. Content dynamically inserted in the DOM is also crawlable and indexable. Furthermore, in certain cases, the DOM signals may even take precedence over contradictory statements in HTML source code. This will need more work, but was the case for several of our tests.
Buzz is more “seem-to-be-right” than Wave.
MOST important: Use Buzz in Gmail, an everyday-should-open-address.
Buzz and Wave are different services, carry different objectives of Google, Twitter copycat vs. real-time collaborations. Big problem of Wave is that it wasn’t integrated into Gmail, so I have to open new tab in browser, type new strange address and hit enter, what I don’t like.
Every Google’s user has Gmail along with its address book, and Gmail is a place for people to COMPOSE something (write mail, chat, …), others are READ-oriented services. Whenever I want to share or talk or collaborate (using Google service), I type “gmail”, [enter]
And the other things that I think Buzz will be OK are:
- Buzz uses Gmail address book, no need to invite or do some strange tasks and wait like Wave
- Buzz is so simple, everyone can click “Allow” to Google pop-out message, and then buzz. It’s also simple enough to integrated to mobile software immediately
- Fill the gap between Twitter and Facebook, has comment –> conversation thread, and lack of spam Friend4Sale, Farm, Genie …
- A lot of content when user start to use. Buzz united Google Services’ activities of user. Upload a photo, read an article, … friends will know and converse. After import tweets, Buzz account virtually has a lot of status, so people has story to comment