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text 2018-04-06 20:03
Great resource to use for K-2
Google Apps for Littles: Believe They CAn - Alice Keeler,Christine Pinto

Great practical resources and links to templates for K-2 teachers wanting to go Google.  Not just G Suite templates, but also the good extensions from Alice Keelor.

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text 2017-12-08 07:33
Reasons of Why Google Adwords Are an Excellent Option for Small Businesses

Have you started a business and are catering your services to the global audience and would you like to improve your brand reputation in a short time? Then, you need to go to Google Adwords. This is the paid advertising that pulls a lot of traffic to your site and gives you an opportunity to convert the prospective audience into potential customers. Undeniably, this brings you qualified leads to your website. Though you need to spend money on creating the ads on Google Adwords, it eventually pays you off and gives your brand the maximum visibility on paid results area. Prior to going to Google Adwords, you need to check the search volume of the keywords related to your business. If the keywords of your business are searched by the users mostly, then you can go ahead and create a paid advertisement. This paid advertisement is perfect for the businesses whose products or services are searching by the audience often on Google.



Few of the reasons of why Google Adwords is an excellent option for small businesses


Minimum investment: Businesses should allot certain budget to promote their products and strengthen their brand in online. Undoubtedly, this type of marketing is perfect for the businesses who have limited marketing budget. Even if you have enough marketing budget, you should try out this paid advertising, since this has less or no risks when compared to the other marketing options. Sometimes, the target keywords you bid for would be higher, but if you are sure that the keyword will help you get traffic, then Google Adwords is a perfect option.


Pay only for results: Google Adwords is a cost-effective way to promote and reach the target audience. This helps you only to pay for your results. You are paying only when someone clicks on your advertisement. If your ad is catchy, informative and has relevant keywords to your business, then you get qualified leads for your business. You can also remarket the ads to the people who have clicked on your ads in the past. This helps you to follow up the client, push them into the sales funnel and turn them into your potential customer.


Ads are shown at the right time: People often searches on Google to look for information or the service provider. This gives an opportunity for the businesses to turn the prospective customer into client exactly at the time when they are planning to buy a product or avail a service. You need to advertise about your brand in Google Adwords for the keywords that are searched by the prospective customers when they planned to buy a product or service. Try visiting the renowned digital marketing experts’ website and check their services.



Ads are shown at the right place: You can target the ads based on geography. If your business is operating locally, then your ads are shown to the prospective customers in your locality so that the customers can reach your store to buy your product or avail your service. For instance, if you are a plumber who is offering plumbing services to the people in your city, then you need to advertise to the people in that particular city to let customers contact you.

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text 2017-12-03 14:45
Thinking in Code: "Antao's Tetris Ported from Python"


If you want to have a go at my version of the game, you can install it from here at the Google Play Store (Python version running on the Chrome Browser here).
Any idiot can code, and many do. The skill is in understanding the maths and algorithms (speaking as an idiot who codes).
Lazy (or to be fair perhaps just poorly informed) people have taken to use the word "coding" as a synonym for software development. Actually, coding is tricky in and of itself (read the C++11 reference manual and tell me it ain't so) but it is still only the "bricklaying" part of construction, so to speak. Programming is creative and exploratory and stimulating to the imagination. It's a different way of thinking that serves people well in all sorts of life situations outside of software. So as a way to develop skills in logical thinking, problem solving and invention it's very useful. Not every child will go on to write software as an adult but having a basic understanding and insight into systems has to be a fundamental part of every child's education I say. If you don't understand the systems controlling your life how can you ever use them to your best advantage?
Actually the basics of code are not directly computer related at all. A simple binary device is an on-off light switch which says something like when I am 'on' my user is at home and when I am 'off' my user is away. A second light switch allows this develop into when both lights are on my user is awake and when only one light is on my user is asleep and so on. The code is what you make the light sequences mean. The same use is made of morse code, an abacus, flag signals , hand gestures, anything that can be logically explained to mean something for each different state. I think most children develop logic rather more quickly than we believe possible, and the only problem with computers is demystifying their apparent complexity when they are only ever very fast at very simple arithmetic and being given very precise instructions about what to do with all that speed adding numbers together.
If you're into Android Game Development, read on.
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review 2017-10-25 00:00
My Google Chromebook
My Google Chromebook - Michael Miller My Google Chromebook - Michael Miller Good overview of Chromebooks. Really liked the screenshots and tables of keyboard shortcuts. Would like info on managed Chromebooks.
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