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A Roundup of Must Have Google Resources

This is a guest post by Crystal J. Briscoe. Google have several resources available that helps those people who own their website. These resources help you in the success of the business. The Google resources could be accessed easily if you have a Google account. Once signing with the Goggle account the user would be able to use the various resources available online.

1. Resources available for free:

As Google wants the people to use its resources hence these are offered free of
cost. The user could enjoy their services based on the requirements. As most people uses Yahoo for email service, hence Google offered the users to sign in with a single user id and gain access to its various recourses.



2. Various Google Resources:

In order to make use of the Google resources one must have the Gmail account that would help in utilizing there resources. You Gmail account would help in using different resources available easily. Just logging with your Gmail account and you will be able to use the various features.

Through the Gmail account you will get access to the following:

Images
Videos
Goggle Maps

3. Google Resources for Increasing Web Traffic:

Those people who want to have huge traffic for their website could utilize the following resources:

Blogs: The Google Blogger.com lets the people to create their blogs for free. The blogs are used for making money, promoting anything which user needs.

Buzz: The Google Buzz feature is used to post the Hubpages links so the other buzzers could use it easily.

Google site: These sites are free that lets the users to build free sites.

Groups: This Google feature helps one in participating in different discussions on any topic based on their choice.



4. Important Google Resources:



Adsense: The users who have a Google account could only use this feature to collect revenues from the Google ads. These ads are used to earn a good income by posting these ads in your websites.

• Adwords: Users needs to pay Google whenever their ads were clicked by any person. This tool is used for advertising the products.

• Analytics: This works as a tracking system that lets the people to know how much traffic visited their website. It helps in tracking your ranks in the search engine. This Google resource shows how many clicks you have got for your website.

• Adwords keywords search tool: This feature could be used by the people but with the limitations. This is used to find out the keywords that are being used by the Google for searching the desired result. This is very useful for gaining the traffic to the website. Those who want to use its regularly needs to have an Adwords account.

5. Google Research tool:

Reader: Through this tool user would be able to read any blogs or recommend it to their friends. This would help in researching any new information or articles.

Scholar: This tool lets the users to search from the articles, journals, legal opinions etc.

Author Bio

Crystal J. Briscoe is from Exams King, He has been blogging from last 3 years, He is Professional Content Writer and also SEO guru, He is full with possessions of experience, and even more degrees, these days he is busy in 117-304 Certifications. He gets pleasure from Blogging.


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