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Mar
31
Posted in Category:
Google

Play Ms. Pack-Man on Google Maps right now as part of Google’s April Fools’ day

It’s that time of the year again, April’s Fools day, where Google takes care of the job with a nice little activity for the Google Maps users. The game is easy, the controls are simple, so what are you waiting for? Go to¬†Google Maps right now, pick a place anywhere on the Globe, and start eating them dots! If you didn’t find out how to active the game, there’s an “insert coin” box just at the bottom left corner of the Maps screen (or on the right side of your phone screen if you’re using a mobile device). *Hint –Read the Rest…

Mar
06
Posted in Category:
SEO

Dmoz is Shutting Down, a New Era For Link Building?

By now we all know that the infamous and reputable web directory, Dmoz, will be shutting down on March the 14th. “Important Notice As of Mar 14, 2017 dmoz.org will no longer be available.” But what does this actually mean? Will this have an impact on ‘easy link building’? It’s no secret that SEO agencies and other businesses across the globe used this directory as a Local SEO / Citation / Link building resource. Being in the SEO industry for such a long time, I can definitely say that Dmoz, from my experience, was one of the few directory-type websitesRead the Rest…

Feb
27
Posted in Category:
SEO

How to Optimise your Images for the Web

Web images are a very big part of the internet these days. It’s a form of visual communication that’s really important for a wide range of websites, especially entertainment sites, blogs, and of course, E-Commerce stores. Optimising your images for the web is not only important for the user that views it and interacts with it, but for the search engine as well. You need to create that “invisible link” between the images uploaded on your website, and all the major search engines so they can better understand where you’re coming from. So, without further ado, here are some tipsRead the Rest…

Mar
31
Posted in Category:
Google

Play Ms. Pack-Man on Google Maps right now as part of Google’s April Fools’ day

It’s that time of the year again, April’s Fools day, where Google takes care of the job with a nice little activity for the Google Maps users. The game is easy, the controls are simple, so what are you waiting for? Go to¬†Google Maps right now, pick a place anywhere on the Globe, and start eating them dots! If you didn’t find out how to active the game, there’s an “insert coin” box just at the bottom left corner of the Maps screen (or on the right side of your phone screen if you’re using a mobile device). *Hint –Read the Rest…

Mar
06
Posted in Category:
SEO

Dmoz is Shutting Down, a New Era For Link Building?

By now we all know that the infamous and reputable web directory, Dmoz, will be shutting down on March the 14th. “Important Notice As of Mar 14, 2017 dmoz.org will no longer be available.” But what does this actually mean? Will this have an impact on ‘easy link building’? It’s no secret that SEO agencies and other businesses across the globe used this directory as a Local SEO / Citation / Link building resource. Being in the SEO industry for such a long time, I can definitely say that Dmoz, from my experience, was one of the few directory-type websitesRead the Rest…

Feb
27
Posted in Category:
SEO

How to Optimise your Images for the Web

Web images are a very big part of the internet these days. It’s a form of visual communication that’s really important for a wide range of websites, especially entertainment sites, blogs, and of course, E-Commerce stores. Optimising your images for the web is not only important for the user that views it and interacts with it, but for the search engine as well. You need to create that “invisible link” between the images uploaded on your website, and all the major search engines so they can better understand where you’re coming from. So, without further ado, here are some tipsRead the Rest…