Gmail and Google Docs? Check. Google Search, AdWords, Alerts, Chrome, Analytics, Calendar? You have them, of course. What else is out there?
Even if you are a Google power users like me, you can’t keep track of everything Google introduces. Google is an Internet powerhouse, hidden inside it’s vast network are some awesome tools, programs, and applications that can enhance your productivity.
Yes i agree, the backbone to Google’s business is its search engine, but that’s not the only service Google offers. Here’s a list of few excellent lesser-known Google tools, programs, and applications:
Google Correlate – Google Correlate is a new Google product that takes data sets and finds search terms that correlate with them. The is very helpful in explaining the details of how Google Correlate works in (mostly) layman’s terms.
Google Trends – It is an important business tool that allows you to discover what’s been the top trend everywhere in the world. Google Trends also includes the lists of Hot Topics and Hot Searches.
Google Think Insights – It is a one-stop shop for consumer trends, marketing insights and industry research. The site includes statistics, a research library including videos and infographics, planning tools, and a section for emerging digital trends. Please don’t forget to complete the “Think Letter” Sign-Up process.
Google Public Data Explorer – Itr takes large data sets and makes them palatable for public consumption, taking numbers, figures and other data and turning them into bar graphs, line graphs, maps and bubbles.
Full Value of Mobile – It helps businesses that use Google’s mobile advertising services — specifically using AdWords — to measure how their mobile marketing translates into actual business, both online and offline.
Get Your Business Online – Small businesses are vital to country’s economic future; about half of small and medium businesses in the country currently do not have a website. By making it fast, easy, and free for any business to get online, we’re hoping to change those numbers.
Schemer – activity recommendations portal that allows people to ‘discover new things to do.’ Schemer basically helps people discover and share things to do in the offline world. Activities, or schemes, are recommended to you based on your location and interests.
Google Keep – Google Keep is a syncing notepad that connects to Google Drive. it lets you quickly take and save notes, photos, and checklists to Google Drive, and then access them again on any other web-connected device you use.
Please let us know what is your favorite Google Tools, Programs, And Applications in the comments.
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