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21. Feed Burner:
FeedBurner is provides media distribution and audience engagement services for blogs and RSS feed. Feeds are a way for websites large and small to distribute their content well beyond just visitors using browsers. Feeds permit subscription to regular updates, delivered automatically via a web portal, news reader, or in some cases good old email.
Just like the introduction suggests, Blogger is a platform where you can create a blog free of charge. This is a competitive service that goes against other bloggin platforms like WordPress, Tumbr, and LiveJournal.
- Up to the minute stats
- Make money with Adsense
- Custom Themes
- Free to use
- Create as many blogs as you wish
23. Google Voice
Google Voice enhances the existing capabilities of your phone, regardless of which phone or carrier you have – for free. This tool gives you lots of cool calling features. For example, if someone call your goolg phone number you can have it ring all of your phones. You can also block an unwanted callers easily! The platform keeps getting new cool features.
- Use a single number that rings you anywhere
- Get transcribed messages delivered to your inbox
- Free calls & text messages to the U.S. & Canada
- Super low rates everywhere else
Youtube is the largest worldwide video-sharing community. YouTube allows billions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for people to connect, inform, and inspire others across the globe and acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers large and small. Still surprises me that people don’t know that Google owns Youtube. Some people make a living from this tool, if you have creativity and the talent you could join the bunch!
25. Google Earth
Explore Google Earth from anywhere. Whether you’re on your computer, mobile phone, tablet or browsing the web — there is a version of Google Earth for you. You can explore so much with Goolge and use it as a valuable resource. It get’s updated very frequently with new features and 3d rendered models of buildings. Soon everything will be finished and you will be able to view the whole world like you are there. Keep in mind some of the coolest things to check in Goolge Earth is Ocean, Mars, moon, Hubble Telecsope, and Ancient Rome.
- Fly to any place around the world.
- See 3D buildings, imagery, and terrain.
- Find cities, places, and local businesses.
I don’t even know where to start with this one. If you are a tech savvy individual you probably know all the benefits of Gmail. Gmail is built on the idea that email can be more intuitive, efficient, and useful. It used to have an ugly design that was unfriendly, however with the recently updated interface Gmail looks good and works good.
- Get over 7625.434340 megabytes of free storage
- Keep unwanted messages out of your inbox
- Get Gmail on your mobile phone
27. Google Docs
Google Docs is a free alternative to Microsoft Office. Google Docs offers Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Drawings, and Forms. I personally think this is a great solution for students. Forget about carrying your USB everywhere, just save your documents and access them in class. As long as your school has internet, which in 2011 they definitely should, you will be able to keep all your work in the cloud.
- Upload your files from your desktop:
- Access anywhere on the world
- Share your work
- Real-time collaboration
28. Google Finance
Google Finance portfolios offer you a fast and easy way to create and maintain your portfolio of stocks and mutual funds. The interface might be confusing at first, but you will adapt within a few minutes. Whether you are a bear or a bull, Google Finance is a great option of keeping up to date with the latest happenings in the stock market.
- An easy way to add to, delete from and manage the list of companies and funds you’re most interested in
- Quick snapshots of your investments—how many shares you purchased and at what price
- Quick access to detailed financial info (including balance sheets, news and management information) about the companies and funds you’re tracking
29. Google Maps
Forget about MapQuest, don’t really know if people still use that, Google Maps is a great alternative and will give you directions to anywhere you wan to go. When searching for directions you can get the time it takes to get there by walking, biking, public transit, or driving! Did I mention you can use street view and see your actual house? As scary as that sounds, it’s possible with Google Maps.
- Create your own maps to share the places that matter to you
- Star and save places to quickly find them again later
- Rate places you know to discover new ones you’ll love
Picnik makes your photos fabulous with easy to use yet powerful editing tools. Tweak to your heart’s content, then get creative with oodles of effects, fonts, shapes, and frames. Is it a Photoshop killer? I don’t think so, however it’s free alternative that you must check out!
- Fix your photos in just one click
- Use advanced controls to fine-tune your results
- Crop, resize, and rotate in real-time
- Tons of special effects, from artsy to fun
- Astoundingly fast, right in your browser
- Awesome fonts and top-quality type tool
- Basketfuls of shapes from hand-picked designers
- Works on Mac, Windows, and Linux
- No download required, nothing to install
Personally speaking, dispite their ups and downs, I love Google. They give me the tools I need to succeed! To see everything Google has to offer, check out Everything Google. Did you enjoy this article? Do you have any expertise or experience with the following Google products? Comment below and let us know! Please don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS-feed and follow Inspirationfeed on Twitter + Facebook (100% Spam Free!) If you enjoyed the following article we humbly ask you to comment, and help us spread the word!