What is mean by google sites and google approved links?
Give some insight.
I don't know about Google approved links..
Google sites is a free web hosting service by Google...you can create your own sites for free in Google....
If you set up an account with Google, you can make your own website. All of their tools will be at your disposal, though some don't work well. They've incorporated feedburner and blogger.com so you can have a blog too. Check out my profile for direct links to an example if you wish.
As for Google approved links, do you mean in or through HubPages? or links that Google likes?
I think that is her shocked response to your rather blunt reply.
Particularly because he answered one of your questions correctly.
OMG= Oh My God
Heres a complete lists of Google Products and services you may find useful! Google Is More Than Just A Search Engine?
PS..Your questions is a little vague and more details could give you a more detailed answer!! lol
lol= Laugh Out Loud!
One of the replies on this thread reminds me of Dwight Schrute on 'The Office'.
I had a dear friend from India once, quite some time ago, and learned from her that bluntness is very much a mark of Indian culture. I'm glad that someone was able to answer prasannasutrave's question.
Thank you very much for every one for their expert answers.
I am not rude.
Hey frnd..not every Indian is like that...even am an Indian, but i never behave like that or reply bluntly or rudely to any one...it all depends on ones character, not his origin....
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