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The Abbreviations and Acronyms of SEO that you Must know

The Abbreviations and Acronyms of SEO that you Must know

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Search Engine Optimization, the term that has been the world of internet in the recent decade has seen a lot of development and in terms that no one can measure. But with this innovative technology and extreme development, comes the responsibility of knowing the details of the SEO and the vast SEO abbreviations and acronyms too. Here are some of the so many abbreviations that we have: B2B: Business to business. The interaction of the businesses with different businesses are just termed with B2B, without using a lot of space to define this. B2C: Business to consumer. The interaction between a business and its customer is this abbreviation in SEO. CAPTCHA: Completely automated Public Turing Test to tell computers and humans apart. This is do...
Chrome OS 71 rolling out w/ ‘Better Together’ Android integ…

Chrome OS 71 rolling out w/ ‘Better Together’ Android integ…

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Following a Google Material Theme update in September and a complete launcher redesign aimed at tablets and other touchscreen devices, Chrome OS 71 is rolling out today. A big focus of this update is improving the experience of owning a Chromebook and an Android device. This integration between Chrome OS devices and Android phones is aptly named “Better Together.” Upon updating to Chrome OS 71, a notification notes how “Your devices work even better together.” Tapping the alert or heading to the new “Connected devices” section in Settings opens a prompt noting what this entails. Setup involves confirming the Google Account used on both the laptop and phone. Available functionality varies by both phone and Chromebook. On a Pixel phone, Better Together brings together the existing
‘It’s been hell’: How fraudsters use handsome soldiers to p…

‘It’s been hell’: How fraudsters use handsome soldiers to p…

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Retired U.S. Army Col. Bryan Denny has broken more hearts than he may ever know, and he doesn’t want to break any more.The 51-year-old husband and father spent half his life in the military. He fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, but for the last two years, he’s been fighting an army of scammers who “look” exactly like him — at least online. They use his photos to pose as soldiers on Facebook and dating sites, where they trick women into surrendering thousands of dollars in cash and gift cards in the name of love. Former U.S. Army Col. Bryan Denny, right, is shown in this file photo. Mass XV At least 29 women have contacted Denny claiming to be in love with him, only to disc
Cosmo Does Not Replace Gemini

Cosmo Does Not Replace Gemini

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The hinge makes the Planet Computers specialPlanet Computers On my way to visit Planet Computers to learn about the new Cosmo PDA, I thought that it was a mistake. Planet was crazy launching a new device. Not crazy in producing a device with a keyboard which is more pocket computer than mobile phone, no, that’s a good idea. A very good idea, indeed an excellent one.  Indeed Google research says that the Gemini users are among the heaviest users of any device. No, my “these people are crazy”thought was that the company should not be launching a new device so soon after the Gemini. There is a precedent of companies killing the business as a result of announcing a successor too early. It’s known as The Osbourne Effect, after Osbourne Computers which failed becaus
How Will Tech Companies Make Money From Artificial Intellig…

How Will Tech Companies Make Money From Artificial Intellig…

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Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a big idea with an equally big opportunity. AI is slated to add $15.7 trillion to global gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030, according to research by PwC, and it's going to change how we use transportation, and even how we do our jobs.  However, AI's potential doesn't mean much to investors unless they understand how companies are using and benefiting from this technology. So to help you understand how companies will make money from AI, let's look at what Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), and NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) are a
VIRLAN has been chosen as the best SEO solution by brands

VIRLAN has been chosen as the best SEO solution by brands

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The brands which are successful in the SEO field, have selected VIRLAN Reportage & Sponsored Content Campaigns as the most effective solution to gain Google's first rank.Marketers and SEO experts know that even if the design and content of a website is approved by Google's robot, reaching the first rank in Google results, without having a follow backlink from valid websites, would be impossible. But according to Google's new updates, backlinks previously published in text-form ads on websites and stopped at a certain date, are now considered as purchased links or spams and would be a huge risk, which can definitely result in a site downgrade on Google rankings. And sites still using this old approach will be penalized by Google. Today, Google has defined new backlinks standards w
Royal Statistical Society Christmas quiz: 25th anniversary …

Royal Statistical Society Christmas quiz: 25th anniversary …

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For the last quarter-century, the Royal Statistical Society has published a fiendishly difficult Christmas quiz to entertain puzzle fans over the festive break – and this year’s special 25th anniversary edition, devised by Dr Tim Paulden, is sure to get the cogs spinning after a glass or two of mulled wine. Cracking the 15 problems below will require a potent mix of general knowledge, logic, and lateral thinking – but, as usual, no specialist mathematical knowledge is needed. Two helpful tips for budding solvers: - You may make use of any tools or resources you wish to help solve the problems, including books, internet search engines, computer programs, and so on. - You may find several of the question titles helpful; for full credit, these titles should be briefly explained within you
Hotel and homes eyed for San Jose site near Santana Row

Hotel and homes eyed for San Jose site near Santana Row

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SAN JOSE — It’s a San Jose hotel development with a twist: Along with more than 100 hotel rooms for a project near the Santana Row and Valley Fair retail centers, builders want to add dozens of residences to the mix. The project, which would be built between the retail hubs and downtown San Jose, would include 106 hotel units and 28 residential units. The site is on the north wide of West San Carlos Street at the corner of Cleveland Avenue. “We are seeing speculative developers who are trying to take advantage of the close proximity to the Google transit village downtown and the Santana Row and Valley Fair centers,” said Dharmesh Patel, executive managing director hotels with Colliers International, a commercial realty brokerage. Mountain View-based Google has proposed a transit-oriente
The Ultimate Guide to Google Assistant

The Ultimate Guide to Google Assistant

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Google was once known for just it’s search engine but has over the years evolved and introduced new services. One of such that stands out is the Google Assistant, and Artificial Intelligence tool that you can have conversations with. What exactly is Google Assistant? The Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence powered virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home devices. Unlike the company’s previous virtual assistant, Google Now, the Google Assistant can engage in two-way conversations.Advertisement - Continue reading below It debuted in May 2016 as part of Google’s messaging app Allo, and its voice-activated speaker Google Home. After a period of exclusivity on the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, it began to be deployed on oth
I Asked Some Furries Whether the New ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ I…

I Asked Some Furries Whether the New ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ I…

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2018 is going down as the horniest year on record. Everyone has been extremely, embarrassingly horny on main, from collectively popping a chubby for a pretty duck, to that New Yorker columnist who openly lusted after the mom from the Incredibles (yes, that happened this year!) to our obsession with the sexiest punk politician of a generation. While the powers-that-be tried to punish sexual speech on just about every online platform possible, the rest of us just got freakier and more creative in response. Not even No Nut November could slow us from pursuing a singular goal: Getting sweaty palms over otherwise benign, non-sexual things. Which brings us to the latest salacious meme to enter the internet’s bonersphere: a new character design for the upcoming semi-live-action Sonic the He