Google Changes the “G” int its Arabic Q&A Domain into “J” Ejabat.google.com, ArabCrunch Q&A with Google Tomorrow.
Google’s recently launched Arabic Q&A service has undergo a small change, now its domain name has changed from http://egabat.google.com to http://ejabat.google.com meaning the “G” has changed into “J”. As Google has said it is doing so because of the popular demand it has received to use the “J” instead of the “G.” View post in English.
Since its launch, Google Ejabat has seen an increase in its members, as I noted an increase of activities in the site since its official launch. This is visible with the increased amount of questions asked or the quantity and quality of answers submitted, under the different categories of Ejabats.
Google Ejabat is Google Arabia’s first pure Arabic play, and as I said before Google is serious about the Arab region, specially that we have a new big player in the Arab region.
So in light of this I will have an interview tomorrow with Wael Ghonim, Google’s Product & Marketing Manager Middle East & North Africa. In case you have any questions to Google you can leave a comment here or on Twitter @ArabCrunch and I will redirect them to Wael.