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Top 10 other services from Google

(1) Google Labs

Google LabsMy favourite online playground (although the offerings at the moment are a little dull). This is where new Google products are first given the beta label and unleashed onto an unsuspecting world for testing and commenting. If you try something out in Google Labs, you are invited to email the Google team involved with comments / suggestions / complaints (on two occasions, I got a personal reply back from a member of the team, discussing my comments).

The way I see it, this is a good way to influence future Google products by getting involved in a product’s development. How many Google users use Google products but don’t bother to provide any creative input to make them better? Next time a Google product doesn’t go as planned, don’t complain on a forum – contact Google and offer constructive advice & criticism!

2) Google Pack

Google PackIf you know an internet newbie who has not so much knowledge of the internet and software products (like my mother), Google Pack provides an excellent software package to start with (although I personally wouldn’t choose Norton and Real Player). Check out full program list here.

(3) Google Translate

Google TranslateTranslate text or even complete webpages into eleven languages (you can even translate from “simplified” Chinese to “traditional” Chinese). As with all online translators, this won’t give you a 100% accurate translation (online translators can’t grasp things like idioms and contexts) but if you want to buy those crates of AK-47 assault rifles from that online shop in North Korea, Google Translate will let you overcome that Korean language barrier.

(4) Google Co-Op

Google Co-OpAllows you to customize Google search results with your own self-rolled search engines. You can also provide information from your website as a subscribed link or if you are a specialist in a particular subject area, you can label and categorize search information which other people can click on. Again, this is another way you can actively help in making search much better (otherwise known as user-generated input).

(5) Google Code

Google CodeThis one is for the computer geeks (of which I am a honorary member). Allows you to find and download source codes anddeveloper API’s to make mashups for Google products.

(6) Google News

Google NewsGoogle News has been around for a while and is old-hat to many. But how many of you knew that you could customise the page to only see the news you want to see? Or the fact you can set up customised RSS feeds for the news subjects that interest you? Never miss another news story about Paris Hilton ever again. You can also use the new news archive to find very old news stories, either scanned pages of publications or online sources. Some free, others not.

(7) Google Patent Search

Google Patent SearchIf you’re in business and you’ve developed a hot new invention, don’t you want to check first to see if anybody got in there before you and filed a patent? Google Patent Search will show you the patent applications for pretty much everything so you can see right away if you are the sole inventor of the combined coat hanger and cigarette lighter.

(8) Google Blog Search

Google Blog SearchOne of my personal favourites as it helps me to find current blogs on my favourite subjects (and swell my 200+ RSS reading list even further). Find blogs catering to various subjects. Want to know if anybody shares your overwhelming passion for navel lint by blogging about it? GBS will help you out.

(9) Google Alerts

Google AlertsWant to know if anybody has been talking about you online? Maybe somebody trashed your website by insulting it in a forum? Or a disgruntled customer to your online shop made disparaging remarks in their blog? By setting up a Google Alert (with pre-defined search terms), you will get an email with links anytime Google finds something matching your keywords. Britney Spears probably has one set up now with the keywords “Britney” and “MTV Music Awards”.

(10) Google Catalogs

Google CatalogsGuys rejoice! (and women too). Want to buy some Victoria’s Secret lingerie? Or perhaps a new light-sabre is in order for you trusty Jedi Knights? Google now offers the chance to browse through scanned pages of catalogs and magazines such as GQ and Cosmopolitan to find products you might be looking for. No more raking in bins looking for catalogs of women in bikinis – Google now gives them to you online!

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Import Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, Instagram Photos To Google+ Using This iPhone App

Facebook is the biggest social network on this planet. Google+ is the fasting hype generating and interest losing social network, at least up till now. Nevertheless, a new app called Google Plus Photo Importer will allow you to import Facebook photos to Google Plus from your iPhone.

Actually, not only will Google Plus Photo Importer allow you to import Facebook photos to Google Plus using iPhone, but it will also allow you to import pictures from Instagram, Flickr and Photo bucket and add them to your Google Plus account.

This social network did not achieve that much of acknowledgement as the social networking industry is dominated by Facebook, however one must not forget that even in field trial testing stage, Google+ seems to be the only worthy Facebook contender on the internet. One may argue that Twitter is a rapidly growing social network but it functions a lot differently than Facebook whereas Google+, whilst having a few unique features and kick-ass privacy settings, functions a lot like Facebook. However the hype that surrounded Google+ seems to have died out with the same intensity, one can only hope that things will be better for this nascent social network when it goes live for the public in its final form.

Google Plus Photo Importer app for iPhone is a third party app developed by Dropico Media. As stated in it’s description, this app for iPhone allows you to transfer as many as a 100 photos from Facebook, Photobucket, Flickr and Instagram in less then a minute, quite fast don’t you think?. Single pictures as well as entire albums can be transferred along with their captions, album titles etc. It is very handy for those who wish to transfer a large amount of pictures at a time. The best part about this app is that it transfers all of your pictures through the cloud, hence saving substantial bandwidth for you. However since your pictures do go through cloud servers, it is advised that you go through the terms and conditions of this service before actually running it to import Facebook photos to Google Plus using iPhone.

Like Google Plus, the Google Plus Photo Importer app for iPhone is in beta stage itself. The developer has said that a final version will be released in the coming weeks. The app is available for$0.99 from the iTunes App Store and the download link has been provided below for you.

Download Google Plus Photo Importer for iPhone.
Download Official Google Plus app for iPhone and iPod touch

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Social Media Marketing Manager online

Are you feeling left out and kicking yourself for missing the Thank goodness the online colleges and university extensions have come to the rescue. This week, I and many of my friends have been inundated with call after call from online colleges. After blocking every number I could, I decided to go down my list of callers and research a few of them.

 

It’s actually quite interesting and rather amusing.

 

Check out the hype you will be fortunate enough to listen to should you follow my footsteps:

“Optimize & Monetize Your Marketing With an Advanced Social Media Certificate 100% Online!” Once you get your certificate, you can give yourself a title – here, pick one you like:

 

* Social Media Marketing Manager

* Social Media Manager

* Social Media Director

* Social Media Analyst

* Social Media Developer

I know, many of you are thinking – WOW, where do I sign up? Well, this particular “career-building certificate can be acquired from the University of San Francisco, ranked a best university by U.S. News & World Report.”

Wait, it gets better – you can do ALL this and become an expert in 8 weeks or less!! You gotta admit, that’s impressive to say the least.

I’m sorry folks, I am still laughing at the ads. Most of the pictures (over 90%) on the websites are young adults – mid 20’s or younger. While I realize they may be VERY intelligent and talented, the interviews that continue to play out in my mind go something like this:

Employer: So, you want to be our Social Media Developer?

Prospect: Yes, sir. I can twitter and tweet with the best of them.

Employer: I see. Well your resume says you attended USF. Good School. Is that a 2 or 4 year degree you obtained.

Prospect: Neither sir, I was one of the top in my class and received my certificate in ONLY 7 weeks.

Employer: Ok then, what about previous work experience.

Prospect: Well, before that, I worked bussing tables at Denny’s for ten months, but I have been texting since I was ten and have online friends all over the world.

OK – ok, so maybe I am a little over the top with this analogy, but so is becoming an expert in anything in only 8 weeks or less. While some of the classes I browsed were not only interesting but also potentially pertinent (classes on legalities) how many of you (business owners) would put your faith and trust in a person with little to no work history and an 8 week certificate from an online college?

Get back to me on this one. Thanks.

Source: University of San Francisco

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