Transcript of "Super tools you didn't know existed!"
Great Google tools you
didn’t know existed
1. Google Ngram Viewer
This tool helps you search keywords among a great
number of books belonging to half a millenium. It
can help you find trends, but also facts and realities
cited in famous discourses. Linguists must love it!
2. Google Trends
Google Trends helps you identify
interest trends by looking at hot
searches. See Top Charts and
Explore functions – you can identify
trends by location and timeline!
3. Google Correlate
Google Correlate is a part of Google Trends that
helps you evaluate trends over time. If you are
looking for “bible”, for example, you can see the
periods of the year with a maximum interest on the
topic. Try to draw a graph and watch the surprise! ;)
4. Google Think Insights
Thinkers of the world – whether entrepreneurs or
general professionals – this is a tool made especially
for you. Here you can find business tips&tricks,
case studies and many more. Cheers to the
5. Google Public Data Explorer
How cool to be able to search through great
database from all over the world (World Bank
included!). Try it and you get full, updated results
(map/graph) for you research/ background info!
What do entrepreneurs love most? Conversions!
But what about measuring mobile conversions
accurately, through a dedicated tool that evaluates
your mobile website?
6. Full value of mobile
Great tool for measuring and monitoring your
website in terms of traffic and operation.
6. Google Webmaster Tools
Whether you are a private or commercial entity,
Google Fonts offers you open source web fonts for
use. There are so many filters and font families – get
7. Google Fonts
The place to be for any developer – here you can find
tools for internationalizing various websites and
live tutorials. Moreover, you can join groups for
meetup and experience exchange.
8. Google Developers
This tool is a real digital keeper! It helps you
connect to your Google Drive, stock photos, notes,
voice memos and many other. It is also very user-
friendly. Gotta love it!
8. Google Keep
For all passionates about stars system exploration,
this is pure gold! You can dive into space through
this unique feature, along with Google Mars and
Google Moon. Cool!
9. Google Sky
Dart is a programming language developed by Google
web apps. Its main cause is to make coding simpler
and permit beginners learn to code. It was released in
2011 and it is still under development.
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"Three Color Of Pliers" by Keerati
Screen captures courtesy of:
Google Ngram Viewver
Google Think Insights
Google PublicData Explorer
Google Full Value of Mobile
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