Not long ago, before mobile payment apps were a reality, if a business wanted to get paid they would print an invoice, mail it to the customer and wait several weeks for the cheque to be sent. This was one time-consuming and expensive process. When the cheques arrived, they were deposited in person at the
It’s not every day that you get excited about some features you see on Google. The “Search by Image” feature is an exception. It’s one amazing tool that works similarly to TinEye; you simply upload an image (or copy paste image URL) and find all the indexed instances of that image used on the internet.
"Focus on the user and all else will follow." - Google This is a question that many Search Engine Marketing companies and its specialists ponder during their days off. Google's search engine uses a number of different methods to determine which pages are indexed and which ones should be displayed first. Their rankings formula is
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Like in the final scene of The Social Network, you keep hitting the refresh button, certain your latest Facebook ad campaigns will attract fans. Yet there’s been no response or engagement. Completely mystified, you wonder why no one's engaging or liking your posts or Facebook page. Here are ten areas in which you may need
Kids who want to use Google services may no longer have to lie about how old they are. The largest search engine in the world is reportedly planning to add specific accounts for users under the age of 13. Currently, it does not allow users to sign up unless they are at least 13 years
You’ve noticed that your competitors have reviews on sites like Yelp and Google+. Other than recruiting staff and friends to write reviews for you, you wonder how you can get customers if you don’t have a lot of online reviews for your business. If your sales are focused on getting traffic from online marketing, it’s