Google has a new Small Business blog

Filed in Google by Matt McGee on August 5, 2010 4 Comments

Quick heads up for small business owners: Google has started a new Google Small Business blog today. You might want to keep an eye on it, especially since the company is so very heavily marketing towards SMBs. Note that this is not just another local/maps blog. The first blog post outlines what future content will include:

That’s why we’re introducing the Google Small Business Blog, a central hub that brings together all the information about our products, features and projects of specific interest to the small business community.

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Of course, we’ll continue to post relevant news about individual services such as AdWords, Apps, Google Places and YouTube on their respective “home” blogs, but feel free to visit or subscribe to this Google Small Business Blog to get everything relating to your small business needs.

So, there you go. If you decide not to keep an eye it, that’s okay. I’ll do it for you.

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  1. Thanks, Matt, for the heads up. I’ve pulled the new blog feed into my Google (what else?) Reader.

    Have a great weekend,
    Daria

  2. Thanks for sharing! Somehow I missed this one. I had a look around the new Google Small Business blog, there is some good info there for sure.

  3. Jason says:

    This is good news – hopefully they’ll help SMBs by pointing out how to connect the dots between their products. Everyone knows about the marquee names – Gmail, GCal, etc., but few of the SMB owners I’ve encountered realize that Google basically offers an entire marketing/operations applications suite that rivals the capabilities of most Fortune 500 firms – for free, no less!

  4. Nice blog. I hope this blog won’t focus only to the American market. The blog about new features in Google Docs is very handy!

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