We do every possible thing we can do, in order to get noticed in the online world. Webmasters keep digging deep into the SEO and keep researching for new things to standout.
In order to ensure your online work to be indexed, you need to submit your contents to search engines. Today Google(The Search Gaint), has comeup with an updated Submit Your Content site with more information about distributing your content through Google products such as Web Search, Maps, YouTube, and iGoogle. In addition, Google has launched Content Central blog, featuring tips and information from Googlers who work on different products. The goal of both of these resources is to help you grow your site’s visitors by taking advantage of promotion opportunities in new Google mediums.
So whats the better way then following Google in getting indexed!
To know more about Google Content Central Blog, visit GoogleBlog, ContentCentralBlog, AdsenseBlog.
Make sure to subscribe to Content Central Blog, if you own contents online.
Its a great news for many people in India(2nd largest mobile users). Now we can publish and receive SMS messages from Google SMS Channels.
Google SMS is free for both content publishers as well as mobile phone users who subscribe to text updates via SMS.
We can create a group and send updates to all those who subscribe to our text updates, via SMS. Interestingly, we can integrate our blog using our feed and our SMS subscribers will receive the updates whenever we have a new article in our blog. And subscribers can choose when(time) and the number of SMS’s to be received through Google SMS service.
Presently there are a great variety of groups from most popular GoogleNews Channel to blogs and famous newspapers groups. We can subscribe to all these group’s updates.
We can post an update to our SMS group, using our mobile or directly from the web or automatically from our blog feeds(when there are new articles published).
We need to keep in mind that, our text updates won’t reach our SMS text update subscribers as soon as we publish something, it always arrives to their mobile inbox only at the time they have chosen to receive the updates.
If you are not getting SMS updates, then you need to look at the “settings“ in your Google SMS account.
Hope Google will extend this service to many more countries shortly.
For a complete explanation of this service and a self explanatory help center, click here.
If you are from some other country(other than India), and if this service is available in your country also, then please share some details with us.