Google Apps for Business will help companies “discover a better way of working” through their cloud based services. If you have yet to experience Google Apps, it can make a tremendous difference to how you think about collaborative working.
Today millions of businesses use Google+ to connect with their customers in meaningful ways. Many of these businesses also use AdWords to promote their products; Maps to update store info; and YouTube to publish high-quality video content (to name a few).
We want to make it easier to manage your online presence - all across Google - so today we're getting started with Google+ Dashboard. After signing in (or switching from your profile) to your Google+ page, you'll now have access to the following Dashboard features:
Not long ago, I reached a point where I honestly felt content to stop trying to have my friends join Google+.
Since that point, we've had the redesign, the relaunch of Hangouts and the amazing improvements in Photos, and Google+ is ever more of a pleasure to use.
The icing on the cake is feeling no pressure for my "IRL" friends to be constantly present there.
I'm going to try and help give a guide on how to crack open Google+, without touting too much about it's superiority to Facebook, Twitter or the like. I'm going to just explain why you might enjoy it, additionally to everything else.
You may be aware of press reports alleging that Internet companies have joined a secret U.S. government program called PRISM to give the National Security Agency direct access to our servers. As Google’s CEO and Chief Legal Officer, we wanted you to have the facts.
- The cover photo on Google+ - About the Lightroom view - Organize your photo album - Share an album via link - Add photos to an Event - Instant upload / Auto backup images and privacy: - Google+ Photobox - Worried about copyright? - Links
Hold on to your seats, Google is taking us for another crazy ride... A new layout is rolling out for local search results that looks completely different.
Jaana Nyström's insight:
<> The local results are now at the top of the page in the carousel, pushing everything else down. <> The map pack that everyone has become accustomed to is gone. <> The order from left to right is the same order that the map pack displayed, but if you’re on a large monitor, you’ll see more than 7 results. <> Images are now the most prominent feature for local listings <> Review scores and counts are much more obvious <> The pins for the map pack are gone, replaced with red dots. The only dots that show on the map are the results displayed in the carousel.
Blogging no longer has to be a text based conversation. Google+ has allowed bloggers to become broadcasters, adding a visual component to each blog post, and all you need to become a “Blogcaster” is a webcam, an internet connection, and Google+.