I’m really starting to dig Google products. And I usually don’t give into new things so easily. I don’t even have a MySpace or Facebook because.. well.. a couple reason, I just don’t like to try new things at times because I have so much other stuff to work on.
Anyways, if you have a Google account already. From Google’s home page, after you sign in, select My Account from the top of the page and you’ll see all the products you currently have with Google. Scroll to the bottom of your account, and click more to see more products.
Right now I’m using Adsense, Adwords, Analytics, Checkout, Docs, Finance, Gmail, Groups, iGoogle, Knol, Reader, Talk and Webmaster Tools. Sorry for the long list.
I’m really coming to love Webmaster Tools, as it’s helping alot with aspkin.com indexing and ranking.
Adsense and Adwords are a must for any webmaster.
Gmail is a joy compared to old lagging Yahoo! mail.
I haven’t used Google Talk yet, I already have MSN, and Aim.
Docs has come in handy a couple times when Word was acting up.
I’m still trying to get into Reader and Knol. Reader could come in handy if I’m too lazy to read my favorite blogs, and Knol seems like it would have been a good marketing tool, but I just never put the time into it.
All in all Google products continue to amaze me. If you haven’t yet, I recommend you sign-up for a Google account and start exploring.
Aside from the few Google products I mentioned there are dozens more worth your time.
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Thanks for your post James, glad you like the ebook, forums and blog. 🙂
Dude I know! I can run almost everything from Googles suite of tools. I’ve been using Gmail for about 3 years, and have steadily been adding more of their tools to my toolbox ever since. And as my internet ventures progress (i’m a noob) I’ve really noticed how i can leverage several of these tools for monetary success. Thanks for writing the ebay stealth guide I bought it, used it successfully and have been lurking on the forum ever since. I’ve also been following your blog. You’ve got good advice for all of us. Thanks again!