Posted by Mayank on August 31, 2011 in GMail,Google

Today Google launched offline versions of GMail, Calendar and Docs in an effort to increase the offline productivity. GMail offline was already available (details here : how to enable offline GMail). Today the company announced that it was adding offline capabilities immediately to GMail, and offline features for Calendar and Docs will be rolling out over the next week, starting today. Does it sound confusing ? Yes, it is! The catch is, you mightRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 30, 2011 in Google,How To

Google maps Google Maps have been a very helpful resource whenever you want to know the route from your source to destination. You can also create you custom maps and share those with your friends. Yesterday, Google Team also added +1 button to Google Maps. Earlier +1 button was launched for Google web results then for the websites, after that it appeared on YouTube too and now Google Maps. In the below steps you’ll learn how to create you own custom GRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 30, 2011 in Google

Recently Google quietly updated its indexing rates for images, which has improved the performance of Google image search. If you are a webmaster then you must be aware that Google indexes websites and new content at a much faster rate. Within minutes a post is published it’s indexed by Google and is shown in Google Search Results. Google Image search has to still go a long way to show results that satisfies the user requirement and improvinRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 29, 2011 in Featured,Google,How To,Youtube

google search story creator Even before you start scrolling down this post, I must tell you that you will surely end up creating your own Google Search Story. Google Search Story is an application where you can create story from Google Search results and then directly upload to YouTube. This is an innovative way by which Google promotes its search engine and also help users create their own search story using “Google Search Story Video Creator”. Example of GooglRead More...

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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 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 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 July 28, 2011 in Google

Post image for Google’s Need for Speed – Page Speed Service Google’s success can be attributed to Google’s Need for Speed. Google has long been obsessed with speed and people started to preferring it when Google’s search engine provided quick results in no time and pages getting indexed quick enough. You might recall Google’s broadband project to test ultra-high speed broadband networks. Page Speed Service is Google’s latest attempt to speed up the web. Page Speed Service is Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on July 24, 2011 in Google

Google Ninza Reader Google Reader has a secret feature which can only be enabled by providing secret key combination to it. By default Google Reader has a simple look where your subscribed feeds will be listed in left and the posts will be shown on the right side of the reader screen. What if I tell you that you can make Ninza appear on the sidebar and make animated hearts to blow away whenever you like a post. Yes, this is a secret feature of Google Reader which moRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 22, 2011 in Google

If you use Google Analytics for your website analytics work, you’d have realized that Google does not provide the full URL of the sites referring the traffic to you. Google engineers only know the answer to why this basic feature is not available. The good news though is that there is a simple trick you can implement to get the full URL of the referring site.   As you might be aware that Google now is able to give preferential treatmeRead More...

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Posted by Diya on June 20, 2011 in Google,SEO

Post image for How to Remove a Page from Google Index There can be several reasons to remove a page from Google index. If you’re reading this post, you already know your reason to remove a page from Google index. In general, a few reasons for removing a page from Google index include – You published a page, which contains sensitive data and you want it removed. You published duplicate content, which you’ve been asked to remove. etc You can use Google Webmaster Tools to remove youRead More...

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Posted by Diya on June 15, 2011 in Google

At a briefing in San Francisco on Tuesday, Google Inc demonstrated a new feature called Instant Pages, which allows certain Web pages to pop-up in a user’s Web browser nearly instantaneously, as well as a revamped version of its website for mobile devices. Google’s Singhal said that consumers’ increased use of mobile devices benefits Google by allowing people to continue searching the Internet during times when searches on desktRead More...

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Posted by Diya on June 13, 2011 in Google

raw files Nowadays everyone owns a digital camera and love to capture our personal images as well as images of surroundings around us. We share these pics with our friends on facebook, picasa and other social medias. Usually these files are in jpeg or png format but before being converted into images these were nothing but raw files. Google’s picasa allows you to upload raw files that are stored in different formats in different cameras. A camera rawRead More...

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