What is SEO and Its Features?

Who does not like to be on top of the list of Google’s page-one? If yes, then read on. Unlike the real world, when you enter into the galaxy of the web then the process can be totally different to get the top position, you definitely don’t have to give any tough exam for your […]

Why small business owners should embrace Google +

Why small business owners should embrace Google + Through my involvement with many local and small business owners, I have realised  that many of you have not heard of Google+; not to mention using it. The reason for this post is to get you using Google + as it is a fantastic platform for you[…..]

Another type of farming on Facebook

Many in the tech world are conjecturing the demise of Google’s highly acclaimed link-based algorithm, thanks to the growing prominence of Facebook’s universal “like” button. However, now that Facebook “liking” is taking starting to take over traditional links in many cases, Facebook has a new issue on its hands – one which Google is all too familiar[…..]

New Facebook tools for business (and personal use too)

Facebook an indispensable tool in today’s social media driven age of marketing – perhaps it’s due to a 500 million strong user-base, or maybe it’s the fact most people spend more time on social media sites than search engines. Whatever the lure, Facebook certainly holds plenty of promise, and it’s not about to stop. We[…..]

Android scams and the new Dell Streak

The sudden success of Android phones seems to have inspired something new in Russia: trojans. Security firm Kaspersky was the first to discover the malware named “TrojanSMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a”, a phony media player app which sends SMS messages to premium rate numbers without the phone’s owner suspecting a thing. The scammers on the other end of the premium[…..]

Goodbye Google Wave, hello social searching

In the last week, Google has abandoned development on Google Wave due to underwhelming user adaption rates. The social collaboration tool promised big things: like aggregating your email with real-time chat and collaborative documents – but in the end, the idea may have simply been too ambitious and complex for most people to bother with, given the[…..]

Google changes even more and Android dominates

Following our latest report on Google’s changes, todays news concerns the “Yelpification” of Google Places. Verified Google Places business owners can now reply to user reviews on their businesses’ Place page – which is a great opportunity for business owners to engage with their customers and promptly react to any negative issues. Yelp introduced a similar[…..]

Social battles and Google changes

You probably know about the huge leak of secret information pertaining to the failing war in Afghanistan last week, which uncovered civilian killings, efforts to eliminate Taliban and al-Qaida leaders, and the involvement of Pakistan and Iran in supporting insurgents. Instead of releasing a statement or holding a press release, the US military’s public relations team have[…..]

Ask and you shall be social

Do you remember going to Ask.com in the oldern days long before Google started playing god with the interwebs? I do – but yes, that was a long time ago. Now Ask.com has reinvigorated its service by introducing a new focus on the social. Along with a new interface and improved semantic searches, Ask.com will offer a[…..]

Web hosting and SEO

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a complex game of tiny, interrelated factors which can either make or break a website in the eyes of important search giants. While SEO companies are great at getting your website to page one, there are a few decisions which need to be made by you – like which web[…..]