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    Grant Access to Your Gmail Account with Email Delegation

    December 17, 2010
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    Gmail is allowing you to manage your multiple accounts more efficiently by introducing a new feature known as “Email Delegation”. Email Delegation is a feature which allows you to grant access to other Gmail user to manage your account. With the help of Email Delegation feature other Gmail users whom you have grant the access can check your inbox and reply to emails on your behalf. You don’t have to worry about other factors chat or ...

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    Google Instant Blacklists 2600 words Including Pamela Anderson

    September 30, 2010
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    Hey guys, here’s an interesting bite for your inquisitive minds – A celebrity name which many you might have thought to be one of the most looked for ones on GOOGLE Instant is actually blacklisted. Recently Google instant Blacklisted 2600 words and Pamela Anderson is among these 2600 words. Yes you heard it right, Pamela Anderson is one of the 2600 words blacklisted by Google. Well, for those who haven’t already reassured themselves after reading ...

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    4 Biggest Failures from Google

    August 4, 2010
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    If you don’t know what is google, then you are not on the world wide web. Google is the biggest and the best search engine. As you know, google has given us many great things such as Orkut, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Earth etc. They have also bought some great sites such as Youtube, Blogger, Picasa etc. Google is  really great. But there are some things from google which are not good, and are flopped. ...

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    Google New Search Index System: Caffeine

    June 9, 2010
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    Last time when Google announced soon to be released Index system termed as Caffeine it created lots of buzz in blogosphere as this new search indexing system brought lots of changes in search engine ranking.Technically I have seen lots of changes in my search engine traffic in last few weeks. Probably an effect of Caffeine or because of quality content. What ever it is today Google announced the completion of their new Search indexing system ...

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    Google Webmaster Tool added Website DNS Verification method

    April 3, 2010
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    Last time when I have written How to submit your sitemap to Google I have used HTML file method to verify my domain into Google webmaster tool. This is good news for webmasters who are comfortable with DNS record and now they can quickly verify their domain using Google webmaster tool. In the recent update Google webmaster team added we bring you another new way to verify. Verification by DNS record allows you to become ...

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    Google Free File Transfer Feature in Gmail Chat

    March 30, 2010
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    Google introduced video chat in Gmail sometime back, which is one of the revolutionary feature which Gmail added sometime back. Here is great news for people who are fond of using Gmail chat. Google has started offering free file transfer feature to Gtalk users. Any user can send any file freely using Google free file transfer feature. Gmail chat is browser-based chat which you use when you are using Google talk inside your Gmail. According to ...

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    How to Browse Unread messages Quickly in Gmail

    March 11, 2010
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    I’m an avid user of Gmail and its one of my favorite email web client. I receive almost 200+ email in one day in which almost 150 Emails are important. I have a bad habit of checking Email via my iPhone and sometime I skip reading many emails.   I didn’t realize but due to this habit I have lots of email in my inbox. One tip from me , If you want to be ...

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    The Art of TypoSquatting A.K.A URL HiJacking

    February 24, 2010
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    Two students of the Harvard University recently submitted a paper on typosquatting which revealed some interesting information. It raises great interest to read how Google might be earning a hundred million through this scheme. Image Credit Firstly, we’ll discuss what typosquatting actually is. Typo-squatting, also called URL hijacking, is a form of cybersquatting which relies on mistakes such as typographical errors made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Should ...

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