Google (who seem to be constantly expanding these days) has now announced plans to add videos to its Google Video search. The "Google Video" service enables users to search closed captioning texts of archived programs for relevant results. Still images from video clips and the associated closed-captioning are displayed. You will be able to add personal videos to the search.

Company co-founder Larry Page said they were going to start taking content submissions from people. Expectations are such content will come as vlogs, or video blogs.

The search giant admits it’s not sure what it’s going to get once it has its experimental vlogging call.