Keeping Up with Google: The One Blog to Rule Them All!
Google Launches Keyword Blog for All Things Google
With all of the updates and announcements from Google over the past few weeks, you may have missed this gem. Google has a launched a brand new blog, Keyword; that aggregates the blog feeds from all of their other products and services. Here you will find everything from Android to Translate, and including my favorite: Education! Google says the “Keyword is designed to grow and change as we do, so as we introduce new products and technologies they can find a home here.”
The Keyword blog is the new destination for all the news and updates from Google, or as I like to call it: One [Google] Blog to Rule Them All. Keyword aggregates the 19 blogs that cover all of the “stuff” that comes from Google in one place. This way you don’t have to jump from blog to blog to keep up with what’s going on with Google, Chrome, Android, etc. Oh ya, and when you are Google, you can have the coolest, shortest URL ever: https://blog.google . Yep, no .com or .net here. This IS Google we are talking about. So bookmark it now, share it with your Google buddies, and by all means, add it to your RSS feed.
Did you miss the announcement of G Suite and the updates to Docs, Sheets, and Slides? Check out last week’s blog post: Google Apps is Now G Suite
Still trying to keep up with Google? Check out my Guide to Keeping Up with Google.
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