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Some of the important Google tools that Small Businesses can use for their business purpose.

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9 effective google tools for small business

  1. 1. 9 Effective Google Tools for Small Business
  2. 2. Google+ Page Create a Google+ business page for free. It helps you to connects you to with your local customers, whether they’re looking for you on the web. This makes it easier for customers to find directions, business hours and contact information, whether they are searching on their computers or mobile devices. Google+ Page cost: Free Get started: Google+ Page
  3. 3. You can create a map and add contact information on Google. Your verified business information can appear in Maps, helping customers find directions to your business. They can also find contact information, business hours as well as ratings and reviews of your business. Google Map: Free Get started: Google Local Credit : http://www.wallpaperseries.com
  4. 4. Need to reach even more customers instantly? Advertise on Google to boost sales and grow your business. Small businesses can take advantage of the Google Adwords platform. Google Adwords: Paid Get started: Try Google AdWords Credit : http://www.wallpaperseries.com
  5. 5. Google Analytics Knowing how your website is performing is key to your business' success. Google Analytics is a powerful tool that lets businesses measure traffic and track visitor behaviour to determine what is working and what isn't and how they can be improved. Google Analytics cost: Free Get started: Google Analytics Credit : http://www.wallpaperseries.com
  6. 6. As a small business, you don't need expensive productivity solutions to support your operations. An affordable alternative is Google Apps, which offers a streamlined suite of Web-based office programs, along with cloud storage and a collaboration service. Get started: Try Google Apps Google apps cost: Free/Paid http://whitehatsme.com/ Google Apps for Business
  7. 7. Gmail for Business Gmail is a popular, web-based email service provided by Google. If you love Gmail, You'll be able to use a custom email address with your business' domain, such as you@yourcompany.com. This version of Gmail comes with 30 GB of storage.
  8. 8. Google Calendar Calendar lets users manage their schedules and keep their days organized. Features include meeting reminders and calendar sharing. Users can also embed event calendars on company websites and allow customers to set up appointments instantly. Google Calendar cost: Free Get started: Try Google Calendar http://img.talkandroid.com/
  9. 9. Google Drive gives you anytime, anywhere access to your files and documents. This cloud storage and collaboration platform lets you and your team store, share and edit files in real time over the web. It includes complete office file apps. docs, spreadsheet and slides presentations. Google Drive cost: Free/Paid Get started: Try Google Drive http://www.droid-life.com
  10. 10. Hangouts Collaborate with anyone in the office, across the country or on the other side of the world with Hangouts. Using this service, you can hold online meetings and high-definition videoconferences, or keep it simple and stick to instant messaging. Google Hangouts :Free Get started: Sign up for Google Hangout http://mashable.com/
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