Google will stop supporting the Google Site Search
Google will stop supporting the Google Site Search. About it reports Search Engine Land with reference to the press service of the company.
Google Site Search is a paid product, which you can use to customize the search based on Google technology. Customers which using this solution, it is recommended to use Custom Search Engine or a new product Cloud Search.
Support for Google site Search will be completely phased out by the fourth quarter of 2017.
The press secretary said the following:
We are winding down the Google Site Search product over the next year, but will provide customer and technical support through the duration of license agreements. For GSS users whose contract expires between April 1st and June 30th, 2017, we are providing a free 3-month extension with additional query volume to allow more time for them to implement the necessary changes to their site. GSS customers may also take advantage of our Custom Search Engine solution, an ads-supported model that offers similar functionality. We continue to build out new functionality and invest in new technology that make enterprise search a great experience for our customers. Just recently, we introduced the general availability of Google Cloud Search for G Suite customers.