Here’s why your small business should be using Google posts

Here’s why your small business should be using Google posts

Launched in 2016 during America’s presidential election, Google Posts was originally intended to be used by the candidates. In response to the extreme limitation, Google expanded the service to a number of local businesses in the same year. Here’s why it gained popularity among small- and medium-sized businesses so quickly:

What do Google posts do?
Google Posts basically allow users to communicate directly in the search results.

Gmail gets anti-phishing enhancements

Gmail gets anti-phishing enhancements

Although hackers continue to develop new viruses and bug exploits, the most effective weapon in their arsenal is a simple email. All a would-be cybercriminal has to do is write a convincing message (or pretend to be a trustworthy entity) to persuade a victim to download a malware-ridden file or surrender their personal information.

Businesses boost productivity with G Suite

Businesses boost productivity with G Suite

If you’ve been using G Suite applications and noticing your apps anticipating your next action, there’s nothing to worry about. It’s not spyware in action, but G Suite’s machine learning algorithm predicting your next steps based on your usage patterns.

Roundup of G Suite feature updates

Roundup of G Suite feature updates

Like most software developers, Google releases enhancements for G Suite every month. These upgrades are often small changes that go unnoticed, but if you stay up-to-date with Google developments you just might find a new feature that could completely revamp how you do business.

Google offers Always Free cloud platform

Google offers Always Free cloud platform

A cloud platform provides businesses with a means to develop, customize, and manage applications for their business’s needs. Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure offer this cloud service, but Google has just come up with a compelling alternative in the form of an ‘Always Free’ tier for its own Cloud Platform service.

Why G Suite users should use Cloud Search

Why G Suite users should use Cloud Search

Formerly known as Springboard, Google Cloud Search is the newest tool available to business customers that allow users to search across G Suite products such as Drive, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Docs, Contacts and more. It’s been described as something like Google Now exclusively for enterprise workers.

Discover these 4 little-known Google apps

Discover these 4 little-known Google apps

Facebook, Instagram, Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube are the kinds of applications that anyone with a smartphone knows by heart — no mobile device is complete without them. These cross-platform apps are so popular that they tend to bury other apps probably just as useful.

New Google Assistant allows typing

New Google Assistant allows typing

An intelligent personal assistant in the form of Google Assistant made searching much easier by letting you speak to it for all kinds of searches. If you’ve used this tool for a while now, you’ve probably noticed that speaking to your trusty assistant doesn’t always work.

“App Maker” is the newest service from Google

“App Maker” is the newest service from Google

Businesses use apps every day to help them complete business tasks. Unfortunately, developing those apps is challenging if business owners don’t have a great deal of programming and coding experience on staff. Google has announced their solution to this problem: App Maker.

Reasons Google search is now mobile first

Reasons Google search is now mobile first

When it comes to using the internet, specifically to search for businesses, information, or specific websites, Google is second to none. This powerhouse in the online community has recently made changes to its search feature and has now become mobile-first.