Posted by Prashant on August 27, 2011 in Google,SEO

Google Search algorithm is designed in a way to give the best results for the users and every year hundreds of changes are made to this algorithm. Recently Google shared the idea behind the Google Search and how it makes improvements to its search algorithm. Below are the few main points that are discussed in the video from Google. How Google makes improvements to its search algorithm? Every year Google implements over 500 improvements to its seRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 27, 2011 in Google,Google+

Since the launch of Google Plus we have seen frequent updates and new features added to Google+. In the beta trial version of Google+ , Google+ team wants to test each of these features with limited number of people before making it public. Google says that using this strategy they will be able to deliver the best product to the public, hence reducing number of complaints & concerns later. Addition of Games, notifications, ignore option, starRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 27, 2011 in Google,Google+

Seeing photos that you and your friends are tagged in together is a great way to reminisce. It really brings great joy to look at those photos, especially if you had a good time together. Google Plus has rolled out a new update with which it has become very easy to see all the people you’re tagged with in one page itself! Until now it was a cumbersome exercise to see where all you’ve been tagged. You had to click between profiles to sRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 26, 2011 in Google,Google+

Today Google+ rolled out a new feature to ignore people in Google Plus. With this feature, they’re trying to emulate real life situation, where you ignore a few people. You don’t avoid them, but you ignore them. You can notice the subtle difference 🙂 Google Plus already had the Block feature, which you can use to completely avoid a person. Ignore means you’ll see less of what a person is sharing (i.e., you’re just not iRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 24, 2011 in Google

g.co URL shortner servcie Today Google team has introduced a very nice feature for Google maps. Google maps are now integrated with Google’s recently launched URL shortner service ‘g.co’. New URL shortner service for maps was added after doing a round of testing for almost an year. This Short URL will help user to get a shortened link for maps which makes it easy to save & share a map link with friends via email, Facebook, Twitter or any other mediumRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 23, 2011 in Google

Post image for Friend Annonations Added to +1 Button Google Plus has introduced Annonations in their +1 button, thereby making it more social. When you visit a website and hover over the +1 button on that website, it will show you the list of some of your friends, who did +1 that particular website. This change was rolled out late last week and now, you can make these recommendations even more visible to your users. Simply update the +1 button code, and an inline annotation will show next to the buRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 22, 2011 in GMail,Google

Post image for How to Enable Offline GMail As the name suggests, offline GMail gives you access to your most recent emails when there is no internet connection. When you enable this feature, your email messages are downloaded onto this computer. So, please make sure it is not a public or shared computer. In the GMail offline mode, you’ll be able to compose messages and queue them up to be sent, or catch up on those messages you weren’t able to read while online. Before you dRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 22, 2011 in GMail,Google

Earlier this month, Google announced the introduction of preview pane in GMail. Preview pane is a pretty useful feature where you have a quick look at the email and decide what action you want to take without actually opening the email. Some emails go straight to thrash and some can be marked for more attention later on. GMail preview had been available on tablet devices from April of this year. The same feature has been rolled out to the GMail bRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 21, 2011 in Google,Google+

With every passing day, my interest in Google+ is increasing. I was looking at a few Chrome extensions for Google Plus and I was amazed at the different kinds of products being developed. One of such products caught my attention and looked to solve what I needed. This product is to transfer photos from Facebook to Google+ account of yours. This extension is applicable for Chrome users only and works seamlessly. So, if you’re not a Chrome usRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 20, 2011 in Google,Google+

WiseStamp has released a Chrome and Firefox plugin, which will automatically add your Google+ status into your email signature. Now you have a great way of keeping your your contacts up to date on your Google+ status even without them having to visit the Google Plus website? WiseStamp has released a new plug for both Chrome and Firefox browsers which can add your Google+ status in your email signature. The signature will include your status, provRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 17, 2011 in Google,Google+

Google Plus was launched with a great fanfare and it tried to score points where Facebook was struggling. Privacy settings is one such aspect. Facebook had lot of incidents where privacy of quite a few people was compromised and it brought a lot of bad name for Facebook. This is where Google+ tried to cash in. Apart from creating a compelling social network, one of the most alluring aspects of Google Plus is Privacy Settings. Google Plus providesRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 14, 2011 in Google,Google+

Last week Google launched Google Plus games for its users and since then a games icon started to show up next to streams icon for few users. Games are currently available to a small number of Google+ field trial users, but will be added to all accounts soon. One of our earlier posts discussed how to play google plus games. Games have always been a highlighted feature in social networking websites for e.g Facebook has so many games like Farmville Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 11, 2011 in Google,Google+

Google+ users can now share any book they are reading by finding it on Google Books, adding a message or note and then clicking the Google+ share box. The book cover, description and title linking back to the Google Books About the Book page will then appear in their Google+ stream. Users can also just paste the Google Books URL for a book into their Google+ share box, and that will show the cover and book details in their stream. Let’s assume Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 11, 2011 in Google,Google+

If you are still waiting for someone to send you a Google Plus invite, you can get one for free – ttp://bit.ly/mQYO04 I had this invite, but I really did not need it, so you can have it for FREE. Remember, it is valid only for the first 150 lucky ones. If you are a Twitter addict and you are already using Google Plus or became a member using the free link above, you can start exploring Google Plus and you can make use of an extension, whichRead More...

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