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    Google Added URL Submission to Webmaster tool

    August 9, 2011
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    Couple of days back Google Added URL parameter in Webmaster tool and now Google has also added URL submission tool under Google webmaster tool. Unlike public URL submission link, here you can try to fetch any link using Google robots and if it gives success, you can submit it to add into web index. As Google announced in official post, Google will be indexing pages which is submitted via Webmaster tool will be indexed within 1 ...

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    Google Minus: Know Who Un-followed You on Google+

    July 18, 2011
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    So yesterday you were followed by 250 users on Google+ and today it went down to 247? Finding out who un-followed you on Google+ is pointless, because it can’t be done from within the service. I believe that you’d want to know the person who un-followed you, since you may have been the one who invited him/her in the first place. For a fact, I know that you laughed/smiled for at least 2 seconds after ...

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    GClient: Google Plus Software for Desktop [Windows]

    July 18, 2011
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    Google+ could be the next big thing in the world of social networking, dethroning Facebook even. What with it already having about 10 million users and still being in beta stage, it may as well have about 100 million users in another 5-6 months. At the rate Google+ is growing, I’m sure many of you use it almost everyday to check what you’re Circle friends are sharing and talking about. It’s always better to have ...

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    Google+ Project: The Social Network from Google

    June 29, 2011
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    It’s been long time coming, and now it’s here, well almost. Google has officially entered in to the Social Networking game, again, by revealing this new service called as Google+, which basically is all your social needs at one place and social networking done right. I’m pretty sure many of you may have noticed a black bar earlier today, I had no idea what it was until I got to Google’s official blog. Google+ is ...

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    Google Wallet: How, Where and Why?

    May 28, 2011
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    Google is stepping up and is planning to move the mobile industry as well. They want to be everywhere and on everything, and they won’t stop till the whole world is Googlified. On May 26, yesterday, Google announced it’s game changing mobile payment system that it was been working on from quite a long time. Google Wallet, the mobile payment system that one can use to make payments via NFC at many shopping outlets and ...

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    3 Ways to Check if Gmail is Hacked

    May 3, 2011
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    Gmail being one of the popular and widely used free Email client, is always targeted by Hackers. More over most of the time people won’t even realized even if Gmail is hacked. There are some ways, by which hacker will be able to read your Email without loging into your Gmail account, like by Using Gmail for mobile, IMAP feature, Email forwarding and so on. Though in such cases, we have features like Gmail last ...

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    How to Use Gmail Backup to Take Back up of your Gmail Account Locally

    February 28, 2011
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    Just now we posted about Gmail glitch deleted 150K account and this must have created a buzz among all Gmail users.  If you are a Gmail user, backup is the best solution for now  to make sure in future if your Gmail account is deleted or get hacked for any reason, you can always restore it back. In this tutorial I’m showing you how you can use a handy tool call Gmail backup to take ...

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    What is Google Art Project

    February 24, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Rajesh who blogs at Nichewp. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. Art Project is a tool from Google that lets you visit 17 museums of art world’s most important, allowing users a virtual tour of the museums. The Art Project has available more than a thousand works of art, artists of 486 rooms spread over 385 galleries. Among the museums you can ...

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