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Android Security Is In The Green Zone Now

Android Security

Android platform which was initially owned by Android Inc. was brought by Google in 2005 and has become the top most selling operating system since 2013. As compared with the Apple’s iOS, Android has 1.4 billion active users who are appreciating this modern innovation. Android operating system is famous for its user-friendly interface and open-source nature. Android OS is used in mostly touch screen mobile phones viz. smartphones, tablets, notebooks. Apart from touch screen devices, Google has now developed this operating system for the use in cars, television sets, gaming consoles, wrist watches and digital cameras.The use of Android is ... Read More »

Killer SEO Checklist : The Ultimate SEO Guide for all Businesses (Infographic)

Killer SEO Checklist

For your business to do exceptionally well in the online world, it is important that you keep yourself updated with latest tactics and tricks involving SEO. Since its only through SEO that you can rank well in search engines and create a brand name for your business, learning about the latest trends and applying them on your website is a must. However, the scope of SEO is very vast and as such isolating important SEO factors from the not so important factors can be a daunting task. Additionally, with newer updates being published almost every day, keeping a tab on ... Read More »

Off-Page SEO Weapon In Your Arsenal (Infographic)

Guide for Off-Page SEO Factors

Gone are the days when off-page SEO was as simple as buying links and using link-building software. Now that Google has introduced anti-spam algorithms like Panda and Penguin, these unethical off-page SEO practices can result in your website being de-indexed and penalized by the search engine. It’s essential that you know the best off-page SEO practices to remain in the good graces of all future Google algorithm updates. Here we’ll focus in on the top weapon in your arsenal – backlinks. The following are the ways you can build quality backlinks that will encourage Google to start ranking your page higher. ... Read More »

Beyond “Mobile Friendly” – Three Strategies to Move Faster Than Google

Strategies to Move Faster Than Google

For the moment, let’s presume that the Apple Watch takes off and becomes the next big thing. It may happen. In 2007, it was hard to believe that the iPhone would change all of mobile. It’s entirely possible that soon tens of millions of people are walking around with their primary internet interface on their wrist. How big is that screen? Slightly bigger than a postage stamp? I suggest you think long and hard about the future of content marketing on increasingly smaller devices and on devices no longer directly connected to the idea of a “computer”. Google’s mobile integration ... Read More »

Mobile-Friendliness Is to Become a Ranking Factor Following Google’s Algorithm Update In April

Google mobile-friendly search

Owners of non-mobile-friendly business websites have a big reason to worry.  Thanks of Google, this year mid-April is going to a little more troublesome than you have expected. On April 21st, Google will start the official update of its search algorithm. Following this update mobile-friendliness will be considered as a ranking factor in Google search results. Told you, it’s the year of mobile! On February 26, Google has announced this decision via its Webmaster Blog – “Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages ... Read More »