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On July 9, 2018, Google has announced that the page speed update is now applicable to all users. They argue the update by Continue reading “Google Speed Update: Why You Should Care About Your Website Performance Now More Than Ever” »
Sales, sales, sales, MORE SALES. The word that we are programmed to think performs best for us when we come to offering our services to clients. We approach clients as if we are the silver bullet. However, we never take the least effort to Continue reading “How to Sell SEO Services to an SEO Agency” »
I remember myself working as a secretary assistant for a construction supervision and expertise company. I had to deal with tons of papers which my table was stockpiled with.
As I handled the documentation of the company, I saw our clients always circulating here and there because they had to go through different cabinets of experts in order to meet all the necessary requirements and start a construction process.
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Google’s has rolled out a new algorithm update which can have a devastating effect on your online presence. The multi-document summarization based on two approaches abstractive and extractive is very likely to erase the necessity of citing web-resources at all. It means that with a new algorithm there is no longer a need to give credit to a website because the paraphrased content belongs to Google even though the seed of the article might be yours.
Devising strategies to drive online traffic to the company website might seem to be a bit of a struggle if you don’t know what are the right tools and how to use them correctly. All these metrics you rely on every single day that you feel overwhelmed and are pleading for a touch of automation?
Hola! I know you’ve been struggling to get ideas for your blog posts. It feels like you’re almost going crazy because you’ve tried to catch this sneaky muse that comes and goes.
You feel like recently you’ve become more absentminded than ever before. And now you can’t simply concentrate on writing something decent, and you’re dreaming about the good old days when you were at the top. The driving force and passion seem to be fading away, bla, bla, bla…
When HTTP first appeared nobody thought that HyperText Transfer Protocol has to be secure. The intention of it was to establish the connection between a browser and server and make the data exchange possible.
For example, users want to read about RankActive on the web. What do they do?
They open a browser and drop RankActive.com in the search line. What happens?
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