YouTube SEO for Small Businesses
Jul16

YouTube SEO for Small Businesses

Over its 10 years global dominance as an online video host, YouTube has also become the second largest search engine in the world. Having a strong brand presence on YouTube could mean a great deal for your business. However, just creating great content for your videos will not be enough, and your success on YouTube will crucial to properly implementing YouTube SEO. Why aren’t my YouTube videos found? More than 100 hours’ worth of...

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Customer-Centric SEO: Determining Your Prime Keyword Strategy
Jun22

Customer-Centric SEO: Determining Your Prime Keyword Strategy

  The best SEO always focuses on the customer. While the overall aim of any SEO strategy is to increase your rankings in the search engines, making your SEO customer-centric will always lead to superior overall results. But what does this mean? It means focusing on the keywords that your customers genuinely use to speak about your products and services, the questions that they have, and the answers that they are seeking....

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Internet Connected Toys by Google Sparking Privacy Concerns
May26

Internet Connected Toys by Google Sparking Privacy Concerns

Google is certainly not shy of welcoming controversy but the latest move by the tech giants has certainly left many in the industry questioning their motives. In a recent publication, it was discovered that Google did not acquire Nest just because it could control thermostats. As Google’s products are now readily used in households around the world, you realize that they are aware of what you do in your life too. Google already knows...

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Two Door Driverless Google Car to Hit the Roads This Summer
May15

Two Door Driverless Google Car to Hit the Roads This Summer

Amidst the recent crashes of their self-driving cars, Google has opened Pandora’s Box by announcing that their prototypes are done with the testing phase and ready to hit the roads in Mountain View this summer! Over the course of the past six years, only 11 accidents have occurred in Google’s fleet of self-driving cars. With the maximum speed limit of 25 miles/hour, each model will allow a safety driver, who may wish to take over at...

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Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”
May12

Google’s self-driving cars faced 11 accidents but “it wasn’t the autonomous car’s fault”

The Associated Press has reported that four of the 48 self-driving cars which have licenses to operate in California have faced minor accidents since last September. According to the report, two of these accidents took place in auto-driving mode, and other two happened in manual mode. Luckily, the crushes occurred at less than 10mph speed. Shortly after the AP report, Google’s self-driving car program director Chris Urmson has...

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Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue
May12

Google Halts Map Maker Service after Peeing Android Issue

Remember the Google Maps prank image with an Android mascot peeing on an Apple logo? Yes, it happened last month, and Google said sorry for this. It was a user-created content inserted into Google Maps using the Map Maker tool which allows anyone to contribute to the mapping service. Once the image was discovered, Google confirmed that it was resulted by a user-edit, and the company took the image down. However, it still raises...

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