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|Where and When Nancy Blachman will be Speaking|
Below are the dates and locations where Nancy Blachman will be speaking followed by descriptions of her talks.
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What Google Can Do For Your Business
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Time: 7:15 pm
Sponsor: SPAUG (Stanford-Palo Alto Users Group for PC)
Location: Palo Alto Elks Lodge
4249 El Camino Real, Palo Alto Click here for a map and directions to the Elks Lodge
Contact: Jim Dinkey <jimdinkey at jimdinkey.com>
What Google Can Do For Your Website
How can you get more visitors to your website? Learn how from Nancy Blachman, author and developer of Google Guide, an online tutorial and reference, which over half of it visitors find directly from Google searches. Nancy Blachman will share her experiences in designing, developing, and promoting Google Guide, www.googleguide.com, which is now the top result for queries including [ Google tutorial ], [ Google guide ], [ using Google ], [ Google stock symbol ], and [ Google favorite features ]. In this presentation, Nancy will cover creating content for your website, linking to search results, getting your site listed in Google, improving your site's page rank, publicizing and advertising your website and generating revenue from AdSense.
Power Googling: Getting What you Want from Google
Google is easy to use, but the more you know about how it works, its features, its capabilities, and how it displays results, the better it can serve your needs. Learn how to go beyond Google's deceptively plain interface and take advantage of underutilized capabilities and shortcuts.
In this presentation, Nancy Blachman will show
My Favorite Features
Google is so easy to use, why attend Nancy Blachman's presentations? If you're like many people, you use only a small number of Google's services and features. Learn how to go beyond Google's deceptively plain interface and take advantage of many shortcuts and underutilized capabilities. For example, get driving directions by entering a US street address into Google's search box. If you aren't sure whether a word is hyphenated, search for it with a hyphen, e.g., [ long-term ]; you'll get more results. Find synonyms by preceding the term with a ~, which is known as the tilde or synonym operator, e.g., [ google ~guide ] finds guides, tip, help, and tutorials on using Google. For a quick summary of some of Google's features, visit the Google Guide cheat sheet. The more you know about how Google works and its capabilities, the better it can serve your needs.
This page was last modified on Monday December 25, 2006.
|[Home] [Intro] [Contents] [Print] [Favorites] [Query Input] [Understanding Results] [Special Tools] [Developing a Website] [Appendix]|
For Google tips, tricks, & how Google works, visit
Google Guide at www.GoogleGuide.com.|
By Nancy Blachman and Jerry Peek who aren't Google employees. For permission to copy
& create derivative works, visit Google Guide's Creative Commons License webpage.