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21. August, 2016

How does the Social Media affect our SEO ranking?

There has been various speculation among  all SEO consultants and strategist about whether social media and SEO have been working as a couple to affect any search rank. So as to increase the online presence of a particular website. From the current happenings in the SEO world. The rumors can be confirmed as true and valid.

SEO and Social media marketing strategies are closely intertwined since they both focus on creating a favorable appeal that naturally and continuously attract visitors.  When high-quality content that is visible is posted on social media sites. All SEO efforts you make create a strong brand presence out of social media reach. Therefore, online marketers [...]

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22. June, 2015

Why people enjoy liking, commenting, and sharing on Facebook

Did it happened you to post status (promotional for business or private), and you got likes only from few people, and even less comments, but actually the discussion was the target. Here are 3 key tips that will help you to get more likes and comments:

Write the status when your friends are online. It makes no sense to write in the morning if most of your friends are on Facebookin the afternoon, because by then your status will not even appear on the cover. If you’re not sure when to post status, you can always check when are most of your friends are online on facebook. Write often, but not too often. If you have 5 statuses every day do not expect that all your statuses [...]
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10. June, 2015

The history of infographics

As you may have noticed, we write a lot about infographics because they are so great. But, do you know how and when they occurred and from where they come from? In this article we will say something about the history of infographics, and also attach infographic related to that topic.

During prehistory, our early ancestors created the first informational graphics: pictures inside the caves, and later on the map. The beginnings of maps dating from much earlier records, known example is map Çatalhöyük from 7500 BC. Later people began to use symbols to mark cattle and stock. Natives from Central America were depicting travels of past generations with various images. These images [...]

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4. June, 2015

Elephone P5000 smartphone review

While some smartphone manufacturers are competing which device will have a minimum thickness of housing, companies like Elephone pay more attention to the longer autonomy of the unit. Elephone developed P5000 smartphone. The energy needed for the work device draw from the battery with capacity of 5350 mAh.

For now, it is the largest battery capacity that is ever installed in a single smartphone, especially in the smartphone dimensions 144 x 71 x 9.3 millimeters. For comparison and say that the thickness of the P5000 device equal to the thickness of the iPhone 4. The manufacturer states that the battery provides up to 4 days of autonomy, and when it is empty,  charge to [...]

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