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7 essential Google Alerts you need to set up now

Have your Google results sent straight to your inbox.
Have your Google results sent straight to your inbox. (Cytonn Photography via Unsplash/)

Among all the Google products, Google Alerts is perhaps one of the least known, but definitely one of the most powerful. It taps into Google's endless crawling of the web—done to power its search engine—but flags up terms as they're indexed, not when you get around to looking for them. Think of it as Google results coming to you.

Instead of running a search every day to see if your favorite band is touring, for instance, or to see if any new rumors have been reported about , you can sit back while those stories

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