The property management business is very demanding. From tenants, owners, co-workers, to maintenance technicians, someone is always trying to get a hold of you. Keeping everything organized is essential for success. If you are constantly multitasking and always on-the-go, incorporating technology tools in your arsenal is a great solution. The Google Apps Suite, which includes tools such as Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Meet, and Google Forms, can help you run an efficient property management company. Running an efficient company and building out standard operating procedures will give you the ability to manage thousands of properties easily. For this reason, we decided to write an article going through all the tools Google Apps offers that can be used by your company. Contents1 Google Apps You Should Use for Your Property Management Company1.1 1. Gmail1.2 2. Google Calendar1.3 3. Google Drive2 GET … [Read more...] about Using Google Apps for Your Property Management Company
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If you’re running an e-commerce store, you should be using Google Analytics. Few tools rival its importance. Since its introduction in 2005, Google Analytics has been serving foolproof data for websites in all industries. From business to travel, websites across the board utilize Analytics as a go-to tool. But for e-commerce stores, Analytics is a must. Why? Because e-commerce thrives on data. In the e-commerce industry, accurate data can help your store rise to new heights. But the reverse is also true: misinterpreted data drives your store into the ground. Misinterpreted data can easily make the difference between converting a lead or losing it. And for a startup or an e-commerce store that’s trying to expand, every sale counts. In the hands of the right user, Google Analytics is a powerful tool for analyzing the success of your e-commerce store and developing new strategies to help you continue to drive revenue. But a tool is only useful if you know how to use … [Read more...] about How to Use Google Analytics to Boost E-commerce Sales
Google goes back to pre-Katrina maps from USA Today reports that Google Mapshas changed their satellite imagery of New Orleans to show pre-Katrina images,getting some local residents angry and wondering if there’s some type ofcover-up in the works. However, it’s unclear if these are pre-Katrina images ornot — and the situation’s just as confusing with mapping services from othersearch engines. USA Today writes: Google’s popular map portal has replaced post-Hurricane Katrina satelliteimagery with pictures taken before the storm, leaving locals feeling likethey’re in a time loop and even fueling suspicions of a conspiracy. Scroll across the city and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and everything isback to normal: Marinas are filled with boats, bridges are intact and parksare filled with healthy, full-bodied trees. "Come on," said an incredulous Ruston Henry, president of the economicdevelopment association in New Orleans’ devastated Lower 9th Ward. … [Read more...] about Google Under Fire For Showing Pre-Katrina New Orleans Images; Others Doing The Same?
Google posted on Twitter that the Google Research team is looking to gather some names of webmasters to interview about their experience in using Google Search Console. Google created a short survey form so you can be added to the list of people who they may reach out to. You can access the form over here. Google wrote:Please fill out the form below, indicating your background, your experience with Google Search Console, and your availability for attending an interview, and if there’s an opening, we’ll reach out to you soon!Interviews will be conducted remotely via Google Hangouts. No video required.So if you want to give Google your feedback, fill out the form over here.Forum discussion at Twitter. … [Read more...] about Google Research Team Wants To Interview You On Google Search Console
It’s little known that Google was never meant to be a company. In fact, in 1998 Vinod Khosla (one of the first investors in Google) managed to convince Larry Page and Sergey Brin to sell their technology to Lycos, Excite, or Yahoo, the leading search engines of the time, for a paltry million dollars so that they could go back to focusing on their research at Stanford University. While each company took the time to review Larry Page’s and Sergey Brin’s work, they passed on the opportunity of purchasing it. The companies were simply not that concerned with search quality; they figured their results were good enough and that they needed to differentiate themselves from the competition by other means. When the two friends decided to pursue their search engine anyway, they made focusing on search quality their top priority. They even put it in their mission statement: “Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google … [Read more...] about How Google Collects Search Quality Date