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Technologies Review | June 25, 2019

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Estimated Internet Developments in 2013

December 22, 2012 |

If you are running a site, you want to remain updated of current developments in S.E.O industry. For those that don’t walk with the trends, are left in the dust in the SERPs. This is more crucial for the S.E.O service suppliers to be conscious of each change in the S.E.O mechanisms. People who have suffered a rank loss latterly due to Penguin and Panda updates can visualize the price of taking it all gently. These are some latest updates that may make everything easier in 2013 by aiding you in keeping your internet site up in the search list:

1. Process Updates – Google is steadily improving its routine which might have an effect on PR of your site as well, if you don’t improve it.While it isn’t likely to have an effect on the central idea of original and quality contents, it is going to work out Authorship part as well. The spotlight … Read More

Inclusion of Social Media Signals in Search Engine Algorithm As A Determinant of Website Ranking

March 19, 2012 |

Search engines are getting smarter day after day. There was a time when a new entrant by learning a few tricks could easily trick the search engines and attain higher ranking in search results. However, now the search engines have become smarter and incorporate different strategies to evaluate ranking of a website, Social Signals is one of them.

The big search engines like Google and Bing are working tirelessly to improve the user experience, by setting higher standards for internet marketing. The introduction of social media signals is one of the new strategies adopted by search engines in their algorithm.

Need For Social Media:

The main reason of inclusion of social graph as an indicator in search engine rankings is the misuse and non-authenticity of the links. Previously search engines would rely on links as a factor of determining the ranking of a website, … Read More

Nokia connects with Microsoft

February 11, 2011 |

Nokia and Microsoft have announced plans to form a broad strategic partnership that would use their complementary expertise to create a new global mobile for. They would join forces to work together to integrate key assets and create completely new service offerings, while extending established products and services to new markets.

There is much more on the palette for the consumers with the announcement. The extensive operator billing agreements would make it easier for consumers to purchase Nokia windows phone services in countries where credit- card use is low. There would be a more compelling consumer experience with the integration of Nokia’s content and application store.

As for the other aspects of the agreement, Nokia would be contributing its expertise in hardware design, language support, to help bring windows phone to a larger range of price points, market segments and locations. Also Bing would be powering Nokia’s search services across the Nokia devices and … Read More