Category Archives: Algolia

MH370 information: Cambodia ‘Collision website’ bordered by ‘armed ille …

Ian Wilson and his brother, Jack, will be trekking through the dangerous regions of the Cambodian Jungle in search for MH370, after claiming they spotted the plane on Google Maps. The Malaysia Airlines flight vanished on March 8, 2014 after departing from Kuala Lumpur’s airport, carrying a total of 239 passengers and crew on board. Ian and Jack landed in Cambodia on Tuesday, with plans trek through the Cambodian Jungle in search of the missing plane. But an insider has warned the brothers’ lives could be in […]

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Google Browse Console reporting presently postponed

Google posted on Twitter Friday morning that some of their reports within Google Search Console are currently delayed more than their normal two-days. “Some Search Console reports are currently a bit more delayed due to issues in the reporting pipeline,” the company said. This has no impact on your search rankings, this is just a reporting issue. Which reports are delayed? Specifically, the AMP, Rich Results / Structured Data, Hreflang, Index Coverage, and Mobile Usability reports are all delayed according to Google. I will say that I […]

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A eulogy for the last wonderful social media network

Google delivered the news earlier this month in a blog post. The company gave multiple reasons for its decision: It found a security flaw in Google+, consumer engagement is low, and running a social site is hard. So it’s “sunsetting” Google+ for consumers in August, 2019. (The service will continue for business customers.) Over its 20-year history, Google has succeeded wildly with products in a great many businesses: Search, Gmail, YouTube, Android and others. But it tends to fail with products that involve public social interaction. In […]

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Search Engine Optimization: Driving Web Content Method with Keyword Phrase Study

Keyword research, the foundation of search engine optimization, also drives content strategy. Searchers want something: information or a product. When we research keyword data, we mine the search engines for information on the words and phrases searchers use to find the things they desire. Featuring content for products in the way that consumers naturally think and speak about them will drive more shoppers to your site via natural search. It will also help those shoppers on your site find what they’re looking for more quickly, to purchase. […]

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Google application collection prices as high as $40 per phone under brand-new E.

Android manufacturers will have to pay Google a surprisingly high cost in Europe in order to include Google’s Play Store and other mobile apps on their devices, according to documents obtained by The Verge. A confidential fee schedule shows costs as high as $40 per device to install the “Google Mobile Services” suite of apps, which includes the Google Play Store. The new fees vary depending on country and device type, and it would apply to devices activated on or after February 1st, 2019. But phone manufacturers […]

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Workers at Google, Amazon.com, as well as Microsoft objection governme …

The chorus of tech workers demanding American tech companies put ethics before profit is growing louder. In recent days, employees at Google and Microsoft have been pressuring company executives to drop bids for a $10 billion contract to provide cloud computing services to the Department of Defense. As part of the contract, known as JEDI, engineers would build cloud storage for military data; there are few public details about what else it would entail. But one thing is clear: The project would involve using artificial intelligence to […]

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Below’s Exactly how To Begin

You are starting a business and have a checklist of the things you need to get your business going. You have the idea for a product or service — check. You thought of a name — check. You created a corporation — check. You raised some capital to get started — check. You built a website — check. Bam! You’re in business — check. But wait — the only thing missing from this equation is your customers. You can’t be in business until you have customers. That’s […]

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