iGoogle (formerly Google Personalized Homepage and Google IG), is a service of Google, and a personal web portal. It was originally launched in May 2005. Its features include the capability to add web feeds and Google Gadgets.As a marketer, I was not surprised to find Donald Trump in iGoogle’s Showcase. Donald Trump is a Real Estate Mogul having completed huge building projects like the Trump World Tower, a 72-story residential tower. Donald has made money investing in commercial real estate also and some people are asking, “How much was Donald Trump’s income in 2008?” Forbes indicated that Donald’s income was over $1.6 billion dollars.One of Donald Trump’s business ventures is Trump University where you can learn about real estate investing, incorporating your company into a limited liability company (LLC) and as a free member attending free seminars in your area. Donald is also a writer and is including a free copy of his “Catch the Wave”, a book on CD-Rom that also includes powerful bonus reports and investor calculators to those that attend the free seminars.Donald is also a television celebrity and known for “The Apprentice” a television show that has been running for over a few years now..So what… Read full this story
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