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Study your competitors before go any online marketing strategy

In today’s cut throat completion in online marketing and other advertisement methods, it is important to approach in a different way while moving in

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Why T-Mobile is No Longer T-iny

Just recently, T-Mobile held its very first earnings call headed by their CEO, John Legere. Legere was happy and in good spirits and he has every reas

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Being expert how to know what SEO mistakes we doing

Google and other search engines have been making considerable changes to their algorithms, yet it is a daunting task for anyone to stay updated, all t

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Social Media Icons and Share Buttons for Your Blog

Blogging is one of the ways that you can improve your company’s image, gather more readers and clients or customers, and solidify your place as an e

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Being expert how to know what SEO mistakes we doing

Google and other search engines have been making considerable changes to their algorithms, yet it is a daunting task for anyone to stay updated, all the time. These are some common SEO mistakes that happen and as someone who has spend considerable time in the SEO industry, you can identify the mistakes and come up with a viable solution that makes for a better SEO professional.  1.)  Not being able to conduct proper keyword research It is a common knowledge that internet runs on keywords. A

Study your competitors before go any online marketing strategy

In today’s cut throat completion in online marketing and other advertisement methods, it is important to approach in a different way while moving in your business career. This helps in staying ahead in the competition and thus allows you in surviving in the business. One of the ways of moving right is to study your competitors especially when you are carrying out a good online marketing strategy. Studying your competitors and their approaches of online marketing strategies can help you in c

The Pursuit of the Lightbulb Moment

Creating something out of nothing happens to be one of the hardest things to do but that is what creative people choose to do for a living.  The pursuit of the lightbulb moment is that journey that creative people make and what keeps a lot of them fired up more than the arriving at the final design project destination. What design teams go through along the way to the final design commonly asks of the creative people in them a tremendous amount of intuitive deciphering. Otherwise known as groki

Editing Photos with Mac: The Basics

Debates about which is better, a Mac or a computer that runs on Windows, have long been around and they are often heated. There are millions of Windows fans out there who will fight tooth and nail for Bill Gates' legacy but Apple is also known to have very loyal supporters. This only means that there is no certainty as to when these debates will finally cease. Truth be told, both have their own sets of advantages and disadvantages. They both have benefits and downsides; it is just a matter of

Tools for Workers Paid by the Hour

The Huffington Post quoted the US Labor Department saying that 3 out of 5 or 59.1% of the American workforce are now paid by the hour. According to the Labor Department, this rate is up by 0.5% from 2010 and 1.5% from 2008 figures. Although the Economist has noted that the percentage of workers getting paid on an hourly basis has been mounting since 4 decades ago. Most businesses opt to hire part-time workers or contractors to do a full-time employee’s job to keep wages and other expenses a

Why T-Mobile is No Longer T-iny

Just recently, T-Mobile held its very first earnings call headed by their CEO, John Legere. Legere was happy and in good spirits and he has every reason to be. This year’s second quarter marked a milestone in the company’s history; in other words, the company grew. It stopped growing for quite a long time and this quarter’s rise is a welcome surprise. T-Mobile’s Growth This year saw the incredible growth of the compan y who welcomed more than 600,000 new postpaid accounts, which co

iPhone Apps and their Journey to the Top

Steve Jobs, although a true visionary, may not have foreseen how powerful and influential the iPhone would be when they first introduced it to the world in 2007. The Apple iPhone was the one phone that changed what “smartphone” meant. Six years into the future and with Jobs absent, the iPhone has indeed come a long way since its launch. Four successful versions later, the iPhone remains to be a force to reckon with in the smartphone arena. If you ask what made the iPhone a huge success, t