The search giant has been looking for a “bot for landing” to be used on its landing pages, according to a blog post from the company’s marketing department.
The company, which has been in the market for landing-focused landing bots since 2013, was searching for a team that could develop a bot that would help users with their search queries.
“The bot will be programmed with the goal of generating the most engaging, targeted landing pages on Google for a specific keyword.
Users will be able to search for that keyword using Google’s personalized results,” the blog post reads.
Google has been trying to get its search engine ranking to match that of Facebook and Twitter, which it is widely expected to overtake.
The company has been working on a landing page bot for some time.
As of February 2018, Google had about 1,300 landing pages.
It has been using some of its own bots, as well as others from other companies, for the past few years, according.
The blog post goes on to say that Google’s team is looking for the bot’s ability to: “provide the most personalized search results for users and maximize conversion for users with limited or no online experience.”
Google is also looking for “a good developer” for the project.
Some of the other things that the company has in mind for the Bot include: “Ability to handle complex queries and build dynamic results, including dynamic search results based on keyword, address and geographic location” and “Ability and knowledge of web development techniques and techniques used in real world projects.”
The landing page is currently available to users for free, with the Google team offering a free trial for people who sign up for Google Plus.
In 2018, the company unveiled a new landing page, which had a “natural search” section, which said, “Create your own search engine for Google.
Just create a new Google Plus account and start building your search engine.
You can add as many sites as you want and get started quickly.”
According to the blog, Google is working with the National Geographic Society, which is developing its own landing page.
Earlier this year, Google announced plans to open a “landing page” for its mobile apps, which will help people with mobile devices and websites navigate to relevant search results.