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Google recently announced a change to its toolbarsoftware which includes two new buttons: a happyface and a frowning face, which users can click onto rate a webpages as they visit them.The toolbar is free and only works with InternetExplorer 5.0 and runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000or XP. The toolbar helps you find just what you'relooking for online without returning to Google'shomepage to perform new searches. Once installedon your system it automatically appears under theInternet Explorer toolbar.Google's toolbar offers these useful features:Search Site: This function allows you to searchthe site you're using to find exactly what you'relooking for.Page Rank: Check Google's ranking of any pageyou're visiting.Page Info: Allows you to access more informationabout a page including pages that link back toit and other similar pages. You can also highlightand find every instance of your search words asthey appear on the page which may be helpfulin your search optimization efforts.The new voting system that has been added is notreadily apparent after installing it. If youhave Google's old toolbar installed you'llalso need to uninstall it before installing thisbeta version. To get to the new smiley face ranking system toshow up on the bar, you'll need to click onGoogle's logo located on the far leftand choose "toolbar options." Scroll down to the"page information" and put a check mark in the "voting buttons" box. Save your changes and lookat the bar again. It should now contain a happy face and a frowning face. These faces allow youto rate websites as you visit them, in essencegiving them a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down." So far Google is saying this new voting system issimply a test, but if they do keep it and start using it to rank pages on their site it could makea major impact on search optimization firms and others who are trying to get a top Google listing.Sort of reminds me of my elementary school daysand the stickers the teachers would put on myhomework. So what rating is your site going to get, a happy or a sad face?