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My image Google Profile Button – Google has finally embraced social media with Google+. But more than connecting and sharing with friends, Google’s main goal is to curate the Internet with social signals and people creating the content. If you are a publisher on the web, the Google Profile Button is a tool that can help you with this. Read more: Google Profile Button: Add Google+ Profile Button To Your Blog Posts

My image Pricelst – A good pricelist is neatly organized and includes multiple categories. Here to help you easily create such an organized pricelist and then share it online is a web service called Pricelst, a free to use web service that lets you create online pricelists. You sign into the site using your Facebook or Twitter account.
My image Onepager – Creating a custom website often requires you to having a working knowledge of coding. But if you use a web service called Onepager, the task becomes much easier. Onepager is a web service that lets you create a customized one-page website. You can start editing your site by modifying the title and text on it. Read more: Onepager: Create Your Own Customizable Website With Ease
My image EmChart – Em is a unit of measurement in Typography and defines the proportion of a given letter’s width and height. For example, if it is in a particular font, the height of the letter is 11 pixels and the width is 17 pixels, so it would have an em of 11/17.
My image Gtalklet – If you are addicted to Gtalk but hate to sign into your Gmail every time you need to use Gtalk, this is one extension you will love. Gtalklet lets you use Gtalk even when you are browsing a completely different website. The Gtalklet appears at the bottom right of your screen and can be expanded with a simple click. It also gives you a desktop notification. Read more: Gtalklet: Use GTalk In Your Chrome Browser

 

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