Google Easter Eggs
Google Easter Eggs
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Although Google feels the I'm feeling lucky button is not 'as useful', it can still be used to try some excellent Easter eggs that are a direct result of Google bombing. Here is a list of some of them.
Google's engineers too love to hide some pretty cool tricks at the most unexpected places.
A list of few keywords that have some funny websites at the first position in Google.
Following a certain keyword or a search term on Twitter can be useful for multiple reasons. For example, we can follow news on a certain topic, know what people say about a brand, find all job postings in our area or know about the latest giveaways of our favorite software. Everything that gets written most probably will get tweeted.
Watch a hidden version of Star Wars in Windows using the command prompt.
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Facebook is currently the largest social media network on the Internet. Odds are your readers have a profile and can immediately start sharing your content with their friends and family. So, how can you get your readers to sing your praises without begging them to do so? Simple. Install the Facebook âoeLikeâ button on your blog.
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