Shortcuts for Google Translate and Google Dictionary Here's a quick way to translate text directly from Google Search. Type the language pair, followed by the text you want to translate. For example, to translate "I love you" in French, search Google for: [ en:fr love ]. You can also type [ translate love in french ], but this query is longer.
Shortcuts for Google Translate and Google Dictionary For now, this feature only works for language pairs that include English: en:fr, fr:en (French), en:it, it:en (Italian), en:de, de:en (German), en:es, es:en (Spanish), en:ru, ru:en (Russian), en:zh, zh:en (Chinese), en:ja, ja:en (Japanese), en:ko, ko:en (Korean).
Shortcuts for Google Translate and Google Dictionary If you use the language pair en:en (English to English), Google shows definitions from Google Dictionary. For example, a search for [ en:en astute ] shows the definition of the word "astute" and the pronunciation. Google Dictionary uses definitions from Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary.
Google Transliterate http://www.google.com/transliterate With Google Transliterate , you type a Roman character on your keyboard and Google transliterates it to the equivalent character in 19 languages. While this doesn't offer the translation feature of Google Translated Search, it lets you run a quick search to see the number of mentions of a name or brand in a language you cannot easily type on your keyboard
2lingual makes it easy to Twitter Search in 2 languages.
Features include Realtime Results, Search-as-you-Type, and Automatic Query Translation.
2lingual currently supports 400 possible Twitter Search combinations .
Google On-Screen Keyboard To Search virtual keyboard allows you to enter the precise search terms you want, regardless of the language keys on your physical keyboard. It can be helpful for people who use one of the many non-Latin script-based languages that require special characters such as Arabic, Greek, and Thai. .
Google Adwords This is Google's cash cow. It brings in most of their revenue and therefore Google invests all their efforts and resources to provide their advertisers with the best possible information tools. The AdWords program includes local , national , and international distribution. Google helps advertisers choose the right words for the right possible customers, based on actual Google search queries.
Google Insights http://www.google.com/insights/search/# Google Insights gives the search trends of people all over the world. The new thing about Google insights, as opposed to Google trends, is that you can be specific about the territory search. First it gives ideas for key words and then it gives the relative popularity of each key word in each territory.
Google Insights http://www.google.com/insights/search/# To find information about the potential worldwide market for swimming suits, first you have to find the right keywords.
Google Insights http://www.google.com/insights/search/#
Google Insights http://www.google.com/insights/search/# By limiting your search to Canada you will learn that the most useful term is “swimsuit” but you should also consider “bathing suit” as an additional search term.
Thsrs – The Shorter Thesaurus http://www.ironicsans.com/thsrs/ How can you intelligently get across a complex thought in just 140 characters without needing to use ugly abbreviations (e.g. “w/o needing 2 use ugly abbrev’s”)? If only there were a service that helps with the struggle of rewriting a 146-letter message to fit in a 140 character limit…