If you’re a fan of Google’s Hotpot, then you know how quickly the recommendations system has grown. Finding information about a location or restaurant or other venue via your social network has some pretty serious advantages to it. As the service has grown, Google has decided that it’s finally time for it to come into the mainstream.
According to the Google Blog, you can now have Hotpot recommendations right inside of your normal Google search results:
You can now enjoy Hotpot recommendations in your regular search results on Google.com. So say you’re looking for a restaurant in Barcelona. Go to Google and search [restaurant barcelona]. If a friend has rated a particular restaurant, you might see their rating and what they had to say about it—as well as their name and photo—directly beneath that restaurant’s listing.
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