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Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. Gmail was launched as an invitation-only beta release on April 1, 2004 and it became available to the general public on February 7, 2007, though still in beta status at that time. The service was upgraded from beta status on July 7, 2009, along with the rest of the Google Apps suite.
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7 Very Cool IFTTT Recipes, Tasks & Tricks for YouTube

7 Very Cool IFTTT Recipes, Tasks & Tricks for YouTube

If you haven’t got enough minutes in your working day to complete all the tasks you need to, then an automated system, or tool, can prove to be one of your most invaluable assets. In this post, we’re going to take a look at IFTTT, and how video marketers, bloggers, creators or anyone who wants to save a few minutes a day, can utilize the cloud-based software for their YouTube activity.

YouTube Channel Suspended or Affected by Google+ Issues? We Have a Fix! [TUTORIAL]

YouTube Channel Suspended or Affected by Google+ Issues? We Have a Fix! [TUTORIAL]

Google’s mandatory integration of YouTube and Google+ Plus has caused no end of problems for many people, particularly those who have had their YouTube channel suspended or some features disabled because their Google+ Profile page was also suspended. It’s a complicated issue but we have a fix for you.

Google+ Profiles Get ‘Reel’ YouTube Channel Integration Friday

Google+ Profiles Get Reel YouTube Channel Integration Friday

We've written several times about Google+ and the first thing that I noticed when Google+ launched, was that you could easily connect your Google Plus account to accounts online, like: Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, and even Orkut and Yelp – BUT, not YouTube.  Even though there …

Video Email Demythified – The Case for Video in Email: Part 2

Video Email Demythified   The Case for Video in Email: Part 2

For over a decade, marketers were told that the only way to implement video in email campaigns was to include a link in the email pointing to a video playing on a landing page.  Placing a video in the email message itself was looked upon …

Now You Have No Choice But To Sign Up For Google Plus

Now You Have No Choice But To Sign Up For Google Plus

Google obviously wants Google Plus to do very well. You can tell by how much they've leveraged their other properties to promote it, like YouTube videos, Google home page messages, rolling in Google Plus results into the standard SERPs, etc. But now they've taken the …

Google Plus Now Open To All Google Apps Users – Time For Hangouts To Shine

Google Plus Now Open To All Google Apps Users   Time For Hangouts To Shine

Google has announced that Google Apps are now available with Google Plus. This means that if you're a Google Apps user, whether you use the paid Business version or just the free version, you can now turn on Google Plus for your organization, and all …

People Still Really Want To Get Into Google Plus – Here Are More Invites

People Still Really Want To Get Into Google Plus   Here Are More Invites

Google Plus is still a juggernaut in terms of buzz (pardon the Google-product pun). Interest levels are still quite high for the fledgling social network. Earlier this morning, the company announced that every Google Plus user had received 150 invites in their account via a hyperlink. …

Microsoft’s Hotmail First Major Web Mail Client to Support HTML5 Video in Email

Microsofts Hotmail First Major Web Mail Client to Support HTML5 Video in Email

We are happy to be the first to report that Microsoft now appears to be supporting HTML5 video emails in their Hotmail web client (provided what we're seeing isn't part of some beta test). The Hotmail web mail client displays HTML5 video in Chrome, Firefox, …

Mr. Google Plus, Tear Down That Wall

Mr. Google Plus, Tear Down That Wall

Google Plus is awesome. I'm already a huge, huge fan. I like the clean layout. I like the ability to place all my contacts into various circles and send updates only to certain types of people. And best of all, I love the Hangouts video …

Gmail Launches Live Video Recognition for Motion Gestures

Gmail Launches Live Video Recognition for Motion Gestures

Google has for years, been working to develop and perfect certain recognition technologies for use with multimedia (video, images, audio, etc…).  Their speech-to-text recognition technology has improved vastly over the past several years (thanks in part to Google 411) and has been rolled out within YouTube for …

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