Google launched the Search-based Keyword Tool in Beta. This new keyword research tool gives you new keyword suggestions that are: Not currently in your Adwords account Based on the actual search queries on Google Matched to specific web pages of your site The Google search engine starts with searches conducted by users and helps them [...]
I enabled “Keyboard Shortcuts” today, which is one of the features available to users from Google Experimental Search. Google’s Keyboard Shortcuts allows you to navigate Google’s natural search results, and move between search results and Google’s search box with only your keyboard. Effectively this feature reduces the use of your mouse. There are a total [...]
Google has made its maps services available in Chinese Simplified language awhile ago. If you drill down onto details, some of the large cities like Beijing or Shanghai have much more street details on the maps than other less significant places in China. Hong Kong as one of the major cities of China (in which [...]
Google launched a tool called Google Base Store Connector awhile ago. It allows online store owners to syndicate their items to Google base via RSS feeds. The Store Connector consists of very basic functions and is so far only able to syndicate feeds from sources like eBay, Yahoo! Stores, Amazon’s Marketplace and Amazon’s zShop.
Google Trends, one of Google’s many vertical products, is now also available in Chinese. Google Trends is a tool that shows you what people are searching on Google. Besides the typical search box, Google Trends groups similar searches to one text link, such as coffee and tea, two Chinese female celebrities, and more. When you [...]
Google Accessible Search is the latest inclusion to Google Labs that offers users search results based on the accessibility of the web pages. According to Google, in addition to finding the most relevant results as measured by search algorithms of Google, Accessible Search further sorts results based on the simplicity of their page layouts. In [...]
Email was invented way before the Internet world and has been an essential communication tool since the 90s. In the early days we were all satisfied with having 2MB or 4MB mailboxes, or we simply made use of paid mail services to stay on top of storage capacity. Google Gmail changed it all. After its [...]
I received a limited invitation to test the beta version of Google Spreadsheets, one of the new invention by Google Labs, that can be accessed through Google Docs. Spreadsheet’s definition on Wikipedia: A spreadsheet displays multiple cells that together make up a grid consisting of rows and columns, each cell containing alphanumeric text, numeric values [...]« go back