More and more people are using mobile phones to access the Internet. And one of the characteristics of a mobile search engine user is that they end up choosing from the first few choices on the search engine results pages. That is why SEO is more important today than ever before. Here is an infographic that explains it better: Infographic Source
In the world that we live in, security has become a major concern on all platforms. The online platform is no different. That is why you need to let the professionals help you. Here is how managed security services work: freecomputertips.co
Almost no one answers this question right. Most are shocked to know that the actual number of blogs is as high as this infographic tells us. Read and be amazed: blogskinny.com
Welcome to Manaus, Brazil, the capitol city of the state of Amazonas situated between the Negro and Solimoes rivers. Manaus, a former center of rubber production in Brazil, has grown into a large city with a population of nearly two million in an area roughly twice the size of Delaware. Manaus is a popular destination for travelers and has long been a jumping-off point for eco-tourists, researchers and adventurers into the rugged Amazon rainforest. Travelling to Manaus is extremely difficult by car; the dense forest surrounding the area makes it feasible to only have two highways into and out of the region. Rather, most visitors travel by boat up the Amazon and eventually into the Negro river, or they fly into the city. When looking on the surface, it is hard to...
Not just is Internet access getting ubiquitous and fast, so is people’s judgment. Today everyone wants everything really fast. That’s why people are making snap judgments of the websites that they visit. The following infographic makes a compelling case for this: googletechtalks.net
There are several hocus-pocus measure of SEO that are popular. But the fact is that there is nothing quite like real SEO. And I speak from a lot of experience. That is what prompts me to bring you this simple yet great infographic. hubshout.com
There was a time when you could just set a set keyword density to your blog posts, and hope that was adequate SEO right there. That is what I call the 90′s approach to SEO, though to be fair it continued all the way up to 2006 or so. Here is an interesting infographic that explains Google’s (or should I say Matt Cutt’s) influence on contemporary SEO. Image...