Tag: Internet Marketing

Page Speed Optimization: How To Do It Right


With the current strategy shift to mobile, Google has clearly hinted that site speed is one of the ranking signals used to rank pages by its algorithm. It is a crucial part of a site’s usability that enriches user-experience. According to research, “1 second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in […]

Read More



Facebook launches “M”– it’s very own virtual assistant to compete with “Siri” and “Cortana” by Apple and Microsoft respectively.  Now why is “M” required and what can he do or what’s it significance all these things must be coming up in your mind. Well after reading this article hope you might get your answer. Well it will do […]

Read More

Now Satisfy Your Crave For Breaking News On Twitter!


According to a recent survey conducted over 4700 social media users, Twitter tops in providing the best breaking news worldwide among social media platforms. This micro-blogging site has vanquished all the global leaders in social media and has achieved the top most position.   Well if we go deeper into the statistics, nearly every nine out of […]

Read More

Free Android Apps that will be of Great Help to Businesses in 2015


Unlike large businesses, the owners of local businesses and startups frequently explore ways to reduce the cost of running their businesses. The entrepreneurs further lack the funds and resources required for creating custom mobile applications. But they can run the businesses more efficiently by using several Android apps. Despite being free, these Android business apps […]

Read More

A take on twitter and Google’s support to give it a raise


Twitter, the revolution that unexpectedly caught fire and raised to the top charts, beating the other social networks in the race which includes the most competitive and unbeatable Facebook. The most used site by celebrities all over the world, to communicate and connect with their fans. Being a microblogging site, it gained attention over days, […]

Read More

Google Introduces “Carousel” Feature to Deliver Most Relevant and Updated Mobile Web Search Results


Each search algorithm update by Google aims to deliver more relevant and updated search results to users. Along with updating the search algorithm, Google also regularly add new features to help users in finding the required information in quicker and simpler way. With more and more people using its mobile search app, it has become […]

Read More

Increase Your Website Ranking by Allowing Googlebot to Access Your JavaScript or CSS Files


Nowadays, no enterprise can think of website development without using JavaScript and cascading style sheets (CSS). Despite being a simple and versatile client-side scripting language, JavaScript is used widely by developers to extend a website’s functionality, while reducing the bandwidth and stress on the server. Likewise, CSS makes it easier for programmers to change the […]

Read More

Being a Slow Rollout Google Penguin 3.0 Initially Impacts Only 1% of Search Queries


The Penguin Update was launched by Google in April 2014 with the intention of freeing its search results from spamming websites. Since the initial launch, Google releases Penguin updates at regular intervals to deliver more relevant and updated information to users. On 17th October, Google rolled out version 3.0 of Penguin search algorithm update. Pierre Far, […]

Read More

Will the Buy Button Make Twitter an Effective Ecommerce Tool?


It is common for modern companies to use social networking sites to promote their products or services. Some companies even use social media to create and popularize online brands. But the new “Buy Button” announced by Twitter will now enable users to complete an entire purchase in just a few taps. Twitter announced the buy […]

Read More

Google Switches from Knowledge Graph to Knowledge Vault


Google aims to organize the world’s information to make them universally accessible and usable. So it frequently updates its search algorithm to deliver more relevant and valuable information to users. The Knowledge Graph was developed by Google to recognize search queries as a separate entity beyond a string of keywords. The Knowledge Graph includes information […]

Read More