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Social Media Fashion

on November 15, 2011 | Fashion | Comments (0)
Social Media Fashion

How is the fashion industry using Social Media? Leading fashion and luxury brands are positioning themselves online by showcasing their products to the masses. Whilst such brands are only affordable to a small segment, the branding opportunities from social media is well worth the time and investment for these companies. So lets look at various […]

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Alexa now ranking sites by Suburb

on July 27, 2011 | Alexa | Comments (0)
Alexa now ranking sites by Suburb

I was checking my Alexa Rank yesterday and noticed something new about the data summary that is displayed. When you look up your Alexa Rank you get a summary of broad demographic information about your users, such as gender, age, and salary level. I have noticed now that on my listing – Alexa is displaying […]

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SEO Summary

on June 9, 2011 | Blog SEO | Comments (0)
SEO Summary

Sometimes there is so much information flying around that we forget the basics and as a result, missed opportunities for our websites. Today I am going to give you a summary on SEO best practices (in my opinion). If you are a blogger maximising and learning about SEO is a must. Getting organic search engine […]

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Yahoo to release Instant Search Feature

Yahoo to release Instant Search Feature

Yahoo is looking to rollout a new Instant Search Feature similar to Google Instant Search – called Yahoo Search Direct. Search Direct will show you the latest trending topics on the internet, and also pre-fill the search form to predict and displaying common search queries. The product is currently in Beta and can be accessed […]

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Google’s Algorithmic Farmer Update Aims to Rank High Quality Unique Sites

Google's Algorithmic Farmer Update Aims to Rank High Quality Unique Sites

Google has recently rolled out the Google Farmer Update, a major improvement on Google’s secret ranking algorithm, aiming to better rank high quality websites on its search results pages and web index. Danny Sullivan of SearchEngineLand (a popular US Search Engine Blog) has named it as Google ‘Farmer’ update so that there will be a […]

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How big sites overtake Digg and make it less useful

on September 8, 2010 | Digg Reddit Social Media | Comments (0)
How big sites overtake Digg and make it less useful

Digg recently relaunched its new version and became a RSS driven site from a fully interactive user controlled site. This new version of Digg got very negative response from its users and also it is no longer a site where users come to find new content on the web that is useful for them instead […]

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Google removes support for IE6 in Docs and Sites

on August 24, 2010 | Social Media | Comments (0)
Google removes support for IE6 in Docs and Sites

Google has now also joined the movement to kill off Internet Explorer 6 . Google is removing support for IE6 in its two main services Docs & Sites. Google has already removed support for IE6 in YouTube and it was already advising users with IE6 like older browser to upgrade to new browsers like in […]

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Microsoft’s Head Of Sales Blames Social Media site for Low Online Ad Prices

Microsoft's Head Of Sales Blames Social Media site for Low Online Ad Prices

Keith Lorizio head of Microsoft’s US sales has said that Facebook and other social networks are driving down the price of online ads, particularly on a Cost Per 1000 impressions basis. Social networks generally have high user usage and therefore a much larger number of page views to regular sites. These social media sites have […]

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STATS of the Internet!

on July 7, 2010 | Internet | Comments (0)
STATS of the Internet!

We all know the internet is big, and growing by the second. It is estimated that 5 new sites are being created every second. Here is some more info on the modern day internet- Google estimates the internet is now about 5 million terabytes of data (5 billion GB) Google has only indexed .004% of […]

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