The internet could be fuelling a range of new mental health disorders such as cyberchondria, online hoarding, and shopping addictions, experts have warned.A group dubbed The European Problematic Use of the Internet Research Network have now called for internet companies to take responsibility and help scientists tackle problematic online behaviour.They said while most internet use is harmless, concerns have recently grown over how its use may affect public health and spark subsequent issues with gambling, pornography, and online bullying.Scroll down for video The internet could be fuelling a range of new mental health disorders such as cyberchondria, online hoarding, and shopping addictions (file photo) THE GROWING PROBLEMS WIT
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SEO has one fundamental objective: Drive organic traffic to your site. That is generally done by accomplishing one fundamental goal: Increase organic rankings in search engines. However, what if there were a way to improve your traffic without having to worry about your rankings? What if you could improve traffic even if your rankings don't change? You can! By applying creative optimization of your title tags and meta descriptions, you can improve your clickthrough rate, which can directly affect the amount of organic traffic you get from search engines without changing your rankings at all. What does all that mean? We'll start with a bit of backstory. Conversion Rate Optimization: A Very Brief Summary The practice of c...