Google is testing a pay-for-results feature on its search engine.
Users will be able to create a focus group with other users, and Google will then provide them with personalized search results.
The focus group will be a part of a larger search result group, Google says.
The feature is expected to be rolled out in early 2018.
The new feature is being rolled out on the Google homepage, with search results from the previous year being filtered by users’ focus groups.
The search engine will continue to offer paid search results in its search results, though it will likely have to limit those to the results of paid focus group members.
The news comes just a few weeks after Google announced it had closed an $18 million Series A funding round to build its artificial intelligence-powered self-driving car project, Waymo.
Google has also been experimenting with a new form of self-service ads on its mobile app, called “sponsored links.”
These ads can be placed on websites, which then pay publishers to show sponsored links.
Google is also testing a feature called “trending results,” which allows users to rank and display more than 100,000 search results based on a user’s search history.
Google said the feature is designed to help its users get more relevant results from its search result lists.