Googlepedia

Googlepedia : The Ultimate Google Resource

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Googlepedia (R) Third EditionThe all-encompassing book about everything Google. Not only will you learn advanced search techniques, but you also will learn how to master Google's web and software tools. It's all inside! Google ChromeGoogle's new web browser Google Gadgetscreate your own gadgets Google Gearsturn web applications into desktop applications Androiduse Google's phone Bloggercreate your own personal blog GmailGoogle's web-based email service Google Web Searchthe most popular search on the Internet Google AdSenseput profit-making ads on their own website Google AdWordsbuy keyword advertising on the Google site Google Product Searchfind hot deals without ever leaving your office chair Google Calendara web-based scheduling and public calendar service Google Desktopsearch documents and emails on your PC's hard drive Google Docs create and share web-based word processing and spreadsheet documents Google Eartha fun way to view 3D maps of any location on Earth YouTubeview and share videos over the Web Google Groupsa collection of user-created message forums Google Mapsmaps, satellite images, and driving directions for any location GOOGLE MAY BE THE INTERNET'S MOST POPULAR SEARCH SITE, BUT IT'S ALSO MORE THAN JUST SIMPLE WEB SEARCHES.* Use Google developer tools and APIs * Create MySpace and Facebook applications with OpenSocial * Use Google Gears to turn web-based applications into desktop applications * Use Google to search for news headlines, scholarly articles, and the best prices on the Web * Read and respond to blog postings and create your own blogs with Blogger * View the latest viral videos with YouTube * Use Android, the new Google phone * Use Google with the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch * Create maps and driving directions with Google Maps * Use Google's free web-based email service Gmail * Create your own custom Google Maps mashups-and put customized Google search on your own website Michael Miller has written more than 80 nonfiction how-to books, including Que's Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics, YouTube for Business, and Photopedia: The Ultimate Digital Photography Resource. Category: InternetCovers: GoogleUser Level: Intermediate to Advanced
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  • Paperback | 744 pages
  • 177.8 x 228.6 x 43.18mm | 1,156.65g
  • Que Corporation,U.S.
  • Indianapolis, IN, United States
  • English
  • 3rd edition
  • ill
  • 0789738201
  • 9780789738202
  • 1,317,114

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Googlepedia(R) Third Edition The all-encompassing book about everything Google. Not only will you learn advanced search techniques, but you also will learn how to master Google's web and software tools. It's all inside! Google Chrome Google's new web browser Google Gadgets create your own gadgets Google Gears turn web applications into desktop applications Android use Google's phone Blogger create your own personal blog Gmail Google's web-based email service Google Web Search the most popular search on the Internet Google AdSense put profit-making ads on their own website Google AdWords buy keyword advertising on the Google site Google Product Search find hot deals without ever leaving your office chair Google Calendar a web-based scheduling and public calendar service Google Desktop search documents and emails on your PC's hard drive Google Docs create and share web-based word processing and spreadsheet documents Google Earth a fun way to view 3D maps of any location on Earth YouTube view and share videos over the Web Google Groups a collection of user-created message forums Google Maps maps, satellite images, and driving directions for any location GOOGLE MAY BE THE INTERNET'S MOST POPULAR SEARCH SITE, BUT IT'S ALSO MORE THAN JUST SIMPLE WEB SEARCHES. - Use Google developer tools and APIs - Create MySpace and Facebook applications with OpenSocial - Use Google Gears to turn web-based applications into desktop applications - Use Google to search for news headlines, scholarly articles, and the best prices on the Web - Read and respond to blog postings and create your own blogs with Blogger - View the latest viral videos with YouTube - Use Android, the new Google phone - Use Google with the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch - Create maps and driving directions with Google Maps - Use Google's free web-based email service Gmail - Create your own custom Google Maps mashups-and put customized Google search on your own website Michael Miller has written more than 80 nonfiction how-to books, including Que's Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics, YouTube for Business, and Photopedia: The Ultimate Digital Photography Resource. Category: Internet Covers: Google User Level: Intermediate to Advanced
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Table of contents

I: Getting to Know Google1. Inside Google2. Google Labs: How Google Develops New Applications3. Creating a Personalize Home Page with iGoogle4. Creating a Custom Workspace with Google Desktop5. Using the Google ToolbarII: Searching with Google 6. Getting the Most Out of Google Search7. Saving Your Searches -- and Signing Up for Google Alerts8. Searching the Google Directory9. Searching for Products -- and Bargains10. Searching for Blogs and Blog Postings11. Searching Books and Libraries12. Searching for Scholarly Information13. Searching for Specialty Information III: Communicating with Google14. Sending and Receiving Email with Gmail15. Instant Messaging with Google Talk and Gmail Chat16. Forming Communities with Google Groups17. Blogging with BloggerIV: Working with Google Applications18. Using Google Docs19. Using Google Spreadsheets20. Using Google Presentations 21. Using Google Calendar22. Using Google ReaderV: Viewing Images and Videos23. Searching for Pictures with Google Images24. Using Picasa and Picasa Web Albums25. Viewing Videos with YouTubeVI: Working with Google Maps26. Using Google Maps27. Creating Google Map Mashups28. Getting the Big Picture with Google EarthVII: Using Other Google Services29. Keeping Up-to-Date with Google News30. Tracking Your Portfolio with Google Finance31. Organizing Patient Information with Google Health 32. Selling Products and Services with Google Checkout33. Creating Web Pages with Google Page CreatorVIII: Using Google on the Go 34. Using Google on Any Mobile Phone 35. Using Google on the iPhone and iPod Touch 36. The Google Phone: Understanding Android Part IX: Making Money with Google 37. Optimizing Your Site for Google Search 38. Advertising with Google AdWords 39. Profiting from Google AdSense Part X: Google for Web Developers 40. Adding Google to Any Website 41. Analyzing Your Site Traffic 42. Using Google's APIs and Developer's Tools 43. Creating Custom Search Applications 44. Creating Social Applications with OpenSocial 45. Creating Google Gadgets 46. Using Google Gears AppendixesA. Google's Site DirectoryB. Google's Advanced Search Operators
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About Michael Miller

Michael Miller has written more than 80 nonfiction how-to books over the past twenty years, including Que's Photopedia: The Ultimate Digital Photography Resource, iPodpedia: The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource, Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computer Basics, YouTube 4 You, and YouTube for Business. His 1999 book, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Search Secrets, was one of the first books to cover Google (then in beta testing). Mr. Miller has established a reputation for clearly explaining technical topics to non-technical readers, and for offering useful real-world advice about complicated topics. More information can be found at the author's website, located at www.molehillgroup.com.
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