Many people are looking for online tools that work easily and that they can trust to work when needed. Many online services don’t seem to work correctly or suddenly start charging excessive fees once they have you hooked.
I wanted to tell you about a few Google tools that I have used and enjoy. You can merge all these Google tools together seamlessly for an online project. They look rather simple, but you can add lots of different “gadgets” to the pages. The good thing about Google is they have the most money in the industry to develop applications and various features. They are not going to go out of business or realize that they need to turn a profit like so many other blog and online service. They are also not going to suddenly hike the prices in a way that the average person can’t afford.
Main Profile: http://www.google.com/profiles/NinetteNickerson (you’ll see all my blogs on the side)
eBlogger Home: http://www.blogger.com/home (you can have all your blogs attached to here)
Picasa Web Albums: http://picasaweb.google.com/home (up to 500 photos and/or 1Gig storage before you need to upgrade 20 Gigs for $5 a year – has more features for plugging into websites etc., than Yahoo’s Flickr. After 1 G Flickr is $25 a year.)
Google Sites: You can have websites with many different templates for family, business etc.
Google Buzz: This is the “Twitter” or “Facebook” of Google. It is attached to your other blogs.
Youtube: Google has partnered with Youtube and they connect nicely together.
iGoogle: If you private home page that allows you to connect your email and everything else.
Google Docs: These are documents as pre-made templates that you can use for many purposes and plug into the various areas of Google that you use.
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