SEO is not exactly a cut-and-dry affair.
Why do we say this? Because as this infographic suggests, no one really knows the exact recipe search engines like Google and Bing use to rank pages for certain queries.
However, SEO has come a long way and there are now widely-recognized ingredients that make for a great SEO.
Here’s where this infographic helps, providing an easy to understand and remember picture of what you need for your SEO endeavors.
We also like the food metaphor.
According to …
SEO is not exactly a cut-and-dry affair.
If you think that social media is just for marketing your business, you are wrong.
Social media, according to this infographic made by Get Satisfaction, offers so much more than a channel to promote your business.
It provides business owners tools that can greatly improve important aspects of their business they usually do not see linked to social media.
Essentially, what the infographic wants business owners to realize is that marketing is just one facet of a comprehensive social media …
If you currently have an iPhone 5, you have $1.58 in gold, $0.36 in silver, $0.12 in copper, $0.05 in aluminum and $0.02 in platinum in your hands.
That may not seem a lot but given that the as many as 5 million iPhone 5 units were sold during its opening weekend alone, it all adds up to plenty.
That’s $7.9 million in gold or $1.8 million in silver – for the iPhone 5’s opening weekend alone.
In fact, according to this infographic, a ton of iPhone holds more gold than a ton of gold …
If you are a business owner and you do not have a plan for the mobile side of the internet, you are missing out on a lot.
According to this infographic, 70 percent – that’s a whopping 7 out of 10 people – of mobile searches lead to action on websites within one hour.
But doesn’t the desktop version of a website display on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets just the same as a mobile version? Yes it does, but it does take away from the experience.
You should build a mobile …
Every three seconds, someone becomes a victim of identity theft.
That is according to this infographic made by Protect Your Bubble.
Identity theft is no laughing matters too as victims, on the average, spend 165 hours to repair the damage done by new fraudulent account.
Add to this the 58 hours, on average, that people whose identities have been stolen spend to repair the damage caused by identity theft to existing accounts.
This is why it is really important to protect yourself from …
People used social media for a staggering 30 billion minutes last year, a new infographic reveals.
The question now is who are using each particular social media site and what are they doing on these sites.
The answers may be surprising to some when you view the data from this new infographic from iAcquire.
For example, it reveals that popular social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn) are used mostly by users who are 30 years old or more.
The 18-29 age group mostly use sites …
If there’s this expression that says “Show me your friends and I’ll tell you who you are,” now there should be “Tell me what social media site you use and I’ll tell you who you are.”
This humorous infographic from The Maple Kind shows us the popular notion people have about people who favor certain social media sites.
The Maple Kind, which makes a fusion of infographics and comics they call infocomics, goes as far as saying that psychologists should include “What is your …
A conservative member of the British parliament earlier this week apparently tweeted a link to a porn site by mistake.
According to reports, Rob Wilson, Member of Parliament (MP) for Reading East, wanted to link to a story by the British Broadcasting Service in a tweet but inadvertently included a link that points to a site called Sexydigg.com.
Sexydigg.com promotes “hardcore sex”, “adult videos” and “free porn” according to British publication The Telegraph. …
Google takes its April Fools’ Day pranks seriously.
Not only did Google pull pranks on us users of their services on April 1, its executives also pranked their chief Sergey Brin turning his Tesla Model S into a hot pink Batmobile.
Yesterday, photos of Brin’s customized car started surfacing on the Tesla Motors Club forum, on Twitter and on Google+.
In the photo below, you can see Brin driving the “pimped out” Tesla Model S.
The car, as you can see, has been finished in hot pink with …
Microsoft cofounders Bill Gates and Paul Allen recreate an iconic photo from back when their company was still relatively young.
The photo below is from 1981, just six years from when Microsoft was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1981 was the year when IBM bought a license for MS-DOS from Microsoft. The photo shows Bill Gates and Paul Allen surrounded by computers.
Yesterday, Allen tweeted the following photo saying it’s so much fun catching up with computing pioneers at the Living …