Google's New Anti-Smartphone Apps, Ranked Original post by, David Nield11/01/19 We know that we’re all spending too much time glued to our phones, rather than looking at the person we’re…

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How to Become an SEO Professional
How to Become an SEO Professional

How to Become an SEO Professional

Originally published by Emma Knightley via Digital Marketing Institute Whether or not you're creating your marketing material, the amount of clicks on your website is important. As organic transport rises, prospective income also rises. An important aspect of any effective business marketing plan is investing time to become an SEO expert. In any event, the first thing any SEO professional learns is that SEO stands for "google engine efficiency." SEO is the method of creating content intended to boost your site's sales amount and performance through organic search engine outcomes. Search engines have algorithms, “crawlers,” that scan the pages of your site and organize yours and others on a…

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Google warns BILLIONS of website passwords have been hacked – how to check yours now
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Google warns BILLIONS of website passwords have been hacked – how to check yours now

GOOGLE has warned users that billions of passwords – and hundreds of thousands of username and password combinations – have been hacked. A Password Checkup add-on for the Google Chrome…

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Google Fiber goes wireless in Austin, bringing 1Gbps internet to apartment dwellers

The 'fiberhood' in Austin, Texas is getting a little bit bigger. Apparently, Google Fiber is not entirely finished expanding its gigabit internet service. Through its Webpass subsidiary, residents who live…

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GOOGLE CLOSES ‘INCOGNITO’ LOOPHOLE, LEAVING PUBLISHERS TO RETHINK PAYWALLS
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GOOGLE CLOSES ‘INCOGNITO’ LOOPHOLE, LEAVING PUBLISHERS TO RETHINK PAYWALLS

The New York Times, The Washington Post and others will no longer be able to identify when a reader is in private-browsing mode      Original article by Garett Sloane. Published on July 19,…

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