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BAD Writing Returning Soon!

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BAD Community,

This is James.  I am one of the back end admins here on BAD.  I wanted to take a brief moment to let you know that Bloggingawaydebt is not going away.

We are currently in the process of looking for new contributors and should have an update for the community very soon.

In the meantime, if you are interested in writing for BAD or want to share your debt story, please don’t hesitate to contact Tamila McDonald at Tamiila@districtmediafinance.com.  We look forward to hearing from you as well as continuing the Blogging Away Debt story.

Warmest Regards,

James

Get The Most Out of Your Google Accounts

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A lot of us use Google products, the most popular of which are the search engine and Gmail. Although Google offers many paid services, they also offer a lot of free services as well. If you are looking to save money, take advantage of these tips to get the most out of your Google accounts.

Google Drive and the Associated Services

Google Drive is a free service from Google that allows you to store files online and access them anywhere using the cloud. It uses clever cloud technology, which means that your data is stored on one of Google’s servers so you can access it from anywhere in the world. Google Drive also gives you access to free web-based applications for creating documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.

Google Drive is also relatively secure. When you store your data on someone else’s servers, it’s important to consider the kind of security they offer. This becomes even more important if you’re planning to save your business documents and files there. Google Drive uses 256-bit SSL/TLS encryption for files in transit and 128-bit AES keys for files at rest. This means that Google uses stronger encryption (256-bit) when you’re uploading, downloading, or accessing the files which are stored on Google Drive. Data transmission and storage security are imperative for modern enterprises. Google Drive is a great way to store your files and images for free (up to a limited amount, of course).

Google Maps and Youtube

Google Maps is a desktop and mobile web mapping service application and technology provided by Google, offering satellite imagery, street maps, and Street View perspectives, as well as functions such as a route planner for traveling by foot, car, bicycle, or with public transportation. Google Maps is one of the top free GPS apps available today. Take advantage of this free app the next time you travel.

Practically everyone has heard of and has used Youtube before. YouTube is the leader in online video, and the premier destination to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience. YouTube allows people to easily upload and share video clips on www.YouTube.com and across the Internet through websites, mobile devices, blogs, and email. Because Youtube uses ads to make revenue, the service is free to both watch and upload your own videos.

When you are trying to save money, you don’t want to have to pay for any additional apps or services. These platforms and apps are a great way to get cloud storage and organizational tools without paying a fee.