Tag Archives: google

Let It Snow

Google’s festive new Easter egg frosts over your screen.

Let It Snow

Google is getting into the festive spirit and presents this holiday seasons a really cool Easter egg search trick. Typing ‘let it snow’ into a Google search bar, flakes of soft, white snow gently begin to fall from the top of your screen. Slowly it covers Google’s search results with a light coating of snow and lets you draw anything.

Google+ Sharing Feature for Blogger Blog

Google launches Google+ share box feature for Blogger.

Blogger Blog

Now on, if you have linked your Blogger blog to your Google+ profile, you will be presented with a Google+ share box immediately after publishing a post. The share box will be pre-filled with a +snippet of your post that you can share with your circles on Google+.

Do A Barrel Roll

Google Easter Egg will barrel roll for you if you ask it

Do A Barrel Roll

On November 3, 2011, the Google search engine enabled an Easter egg for the search query “do a barrel roll” that would rotate the entire screen 360 degrees. Type the phrase “do a barrel roll” into your favorite search engine Google’s search bar and the results page will itself do “a barrel roll” before presenting you with the results.

New Google Bar

Welcome to the new way to navigate Google

New Google Bar

The Google bar, which runs above each of Google’s products and offers easy access to Google’s services, updated its look on November 29, 2011 to help you navigate quickly between products, and share the right stuff with the right people easily on Google+.

Google Friend Connect to Retire

Google announced retiring of Friend Connect for all non-Blogger sites

Google+ Business Page

Google Friend Connect allows webmasters to add social features to their sites by embedding a few snippets of code. We added the widget on our self-hosted WordPress GoldenTwine blog to power our site’s community. Google announced yesterday the retiring of Google Friend Connect for all non-Blogger sites on March 1, 2012.

Google+ Badges

Make it simple for users to connect with Google+ page from your site

Google+ Badge

On November 16, 2011, the Google+ badge was out of preview and available to all users on all sites. Featuring both an add to circle and a +1 button, the Google+ badge makes it simple for your users to add your Google+ business page to their Google+ circles and +1 your page, all without leaving your site.

Google+ Profile Scrapbook Banner

Make Google plus profile scrapbook banner slicing one image.

Google+ Business Page

I wanted to make a personalized scrapbook banner to represent my brand for my newly created Google+ business page. There are many photo cropping tools available online that allow you to make a Google+ profile picture and banner using only one image without Photoshop or any other image editing program.

Set Up your Google+ Business Page

Get closer to your prospects, customers, fans and followers on Google+

Google+ Business Page

Google+, a social network powered by the search engine giant Google, was launched on June 28 2011. Since then businesses were keenly waiting to create a business page to develop relationships with their prospects, customers, fans and followers on Google+. At last, Google announced the release of Google+ business pages on November 7, 2011.

Google +1 Button Now Faster

The +1 button will now render up to three times faster on your site

Google PlusOne

The +1 button on your site allows your users to recommend your site to their friends, potentially bringing in more qualified traffic from Google search. Google have announced two simple updates that will make both the +1 button and the page loading it, faster. One of the factors that affects Google’s ranking of your site is page load time.

Transfer Facebook Friends to Google+

A video introduces how to transfer your Facebook friends to Google+

Google Plus

Adding friends from your social media network like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to Google+ manually is a slow process. The Household Hacker explains in a video how you can transfer all your Facebook friends to Google+ in a few easy steps. The secret to the big transfer lies in Facebook’s partnership with Yahoo!