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Google Agrees to Change Privacy Policy in the U.K.

Google has agreed to change its privacy policy to avoid facing legal sanctions in the U.K. The U.K.’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced today that Google has agreed to sign a formal undertaking to improve the information it provides to people about how it collects personal data in the country. Google’s new privacy policy, which… read more »

By  on January 30, 2015   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , ,

Google Suggesting Firefox Users Change Their Search Engine & Home Page

Yahoo won the deal to be the default search engine in Firefox in November; now after losing some search share, Google’s fighting back. The post Google Suggesting Firefox Users Change Their Search Engine & Home Page appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View full post on… read more »

By  on January 22, 2015   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

How Smart Luggage Will Change Travel

How Smart Luggage Will Change Travel [Infographic] by the team at Hotels4U Post from: SiteProNews: Webmaster News & ResourcesHow Smart Luggage Will Change Travel The post How Smart Luggage Will Change Travel appeared first on SiteProNews. View full post on SiteProNews

By  on January 13, 2015   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , ,

eBooks: The Latest to Show Change in the Digital Economy

In a press release given by the Book Industry Study Group (BISG) it appears that eBooks are reaching record sales levels and bringing in more revenue than their physical companions. In a report representing last year’s sales figures, online sales made up 35.4 percent of total publisher revenue from general fiction and non-fiction titles. Worth… read more »

By  on December 23, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , ,

Facebook Photos Auto-Improved For iOS Users – New Correcting Option Can Change Photographs Once Uploaded

iPhone users may notice their pictures are looking a little better on Facebook. The improved image quality has nothing to do with increased photographic skills, though — the social network is now auto-correcting images posted by iOS users. This means if a user uploads a photo that might be a bit blurry or the lighting… read more »

By  on December 19, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Why Local SEO Will Change Your Life

The lifeblood of any business is traffic, and the best source of traffic is that gained through search engines. A website can have a beautiful design and offer wonderful products, but without proper search engine optimization, no one will be around to see them. In today’s business world, executives tend to involve themselves more and… read more »

By  on December 10, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , ,

Sensors Change Lives in Developing Countries – IoE technology is being used to improve everything from farming to water quality

If you were to visit many rural areas in developing countries, most likely you‘d come across hand-operated water pumps used to get clean water.  While non-government organizations introduce thousands of them every  year,  a large number fail in the first 12 months of installation—and no one in the organizations realize what’s happened. That’s where SWEETSense… read more »

By  on November 25, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

58% Of Local Marketers Will Change Tactics After Pigeon Update

Columnist Myles Anderson shares the results of an InsideLocal survey detailing the impact of Google’s recent local algorithm update, Pigeon. The post 58% Of Local Marketers Will Change Tactics After Pigeon Update appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. View full post on Search Engine Land: News… read more »

By  on November 17, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , , ,

Google AdWords Quality Score Algorithm Change

WebmasterWorld members are reporting and discussing the latest Google AdWords Quality Score change. View full post on WebmasterWorld

By  on November 10, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , ,

Twitter Makes Minor Change To Make Tweeting Easier – Composing Box Moves To Top Of Users’ Feed

Not that it was that difficult before, but Twitter has made it easier for users to get their 140-character messages out. The social network quietly introduced a slight change to its make-up this week as it moved the new tweet box off the left-hand side to the top of users’ feed. This means when someone… read more »

By  on November 7, 2014   |   Categories: Webmaster   |   Tags: , , , , , , , , ,