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11 Major Google Algorithm Updates Every Webmaster Should Know About!

February 19, 2018
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SEO is ever-changing. How we optimize our sites now is definitely not same as how it used to be 10 years back. And a lot of it depends on the different algorithm updates that Google roll out from time to time. According to Moz, Google changes its search algorithm around 500 – 600 times a […]

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How to Create Content Your Customers Want to Read

January 23, 2018
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In the world of conventional businesses, one of the most challenging problems that a business can have is one of excitement and interest. When you want to educate and inform readers, the challenge stems from finding out what they actually want, and need, to hear about. Writing quality pieces that are going to help give […]

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Battle of the Smartphone Camera Heats Up [Infographic]

January 13, 2018
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Smartphones are a necessity these days. People are always looking for the next big thing in a smartphone. It can be anything from a camera, battery or speaker. lately a lot of the focus has shifted to camera of a phone. Whether we talk about selfies or simple photography, smartphones have started to cater to […]

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Google Photos will soon filter wind noise in videos

December 21, 2017
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There is no doubt Google Photos is the best tool available now for photo-editing. The tool is the also best known for its Assistant which can do many amazing things for a photo-editing tool. Besides, so many best app provided by Google, Photos is one of the top tool which users find too helpful. While […]

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Should your business rely on Google Pixel Buds for all of its translation needs?

December 18, 2017
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We’ve heard many promises over the years – particularly in recent years – about how translation technology is moving forward in leaps and bounds and how it’s going to eradicate language barriers in no time at all. Sadly (or perhaps thankfully, for those who work in the professional translation industry), pretty much every attempt at […]

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Google Owned DeepMind Unveils the Latest Avatar of Its Go-playing Program AlphaGo. A Read You Need to Read!

December 15, 2017
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There is no limit for Google’s increased interest in the future technology artificial intelligence. Yes, Google owned DeepMind has unveiled the latest version of its Go-playing program AlphaGo. AlphaGo is a powerful AI that makes use of more than thousand years of human knowledge of the ancient Chinese board game Go. The AI program AlphaGo […]

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Why Should Start-Ups Invest in Paid Ads on Google and Social Networks?

December 3, 2017
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With the advancement of the digital world and people becoming more and more tech-savvy, there’s no better option for a start-up than to invest in digital marketing. What’s great about it is that there’s always a scope to spread your newly started business to millions of customers online without any cost. But the chances of […]

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New Technology Could See Flying Cars on the Market by 2019

November 22, 2017
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Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. have recently purchased Boston based company Terrafugia, with the aim to meet their target of selling flying cars by 2019. Heavy investment in flying car technology has come from both governments and private companies in the last few years – from Nasa and Uber in America to the Roads and […]

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Does Alphabet (a.k.a Google) Have a Monopoly?

September 15, 2017
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Yes, there is a monopoly. It’s somewhat like saying the north and south pole have a monopoly on ice… it only happens for a while in the summer months. Sure, Android has a huge market share today. What was their share ten years ago? Zero. In fact there have already been a few anti-trust cases. […]

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How Chatbots are Already Changing the SEO Game

August 25, 2017
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You’ve probably heard about chatbots, if you don’t use them already. In the past few years they’ve become popular features of messaging tools like Facebook Messenger, Slack, and Skype. Sometimes you even see them pop up on websites you visit. Bots are slowly but surely integrating themselves into our digital lives. What are chatbots? In […]

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Google Home’s First Major Update

May 30, 2017
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It is the gadget that brought voice search into the mainstream. Well, actually that was the Amazon Echo, but Google Home’s first significant update since its launch last October sees it close the gap further on its main competitor, in a bid to convince us all that it arrived at the party while Alexa was still choosing […]

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Google Pixel XL vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge – A Comparitive Study

May 11, 2017
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Google, who made the Android operating system that is used by a majority of phone companies these days, has now launched a new set of Android smartphones designed and developed by themselves, namely Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL. These smartphones have the latest Android OS update (Nougat) as well as the in-built and upgraded […]

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11 Free Keyword Research Tools to Find the Right Keywords

May 11, 2017
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Keyword research is an ongoing activity that must proceed continually. But before you put any of your article out in public, you should always ask yourself; “Will my audience be able to find this piece of content easily?” This is exactly what keyword targeting aims to achieve. As you must know, the only way to […]

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Google vs Your Blog – How to Make Friends with Google

July 15, 2016
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Most bloggers will strive to entice Google to like their blogs. In the past few years, Google has implemented some changes and the fact that Google’s changing algorithm has made many industries enter a state of shock. If you do the basic SEO things for your website, such as creating powerful content and excellent marketing […]

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Open-Source Machine Learning Software: A Big Upgrade by Google

May 2, 2016
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Last year November Google opened up TensorFlow, this is a software product, basically, a machine learning software which powers its services such as Google translate and Photos. The tech giant has made yet another great step for the software by giving TensorFlow a learning equivalent of smart pills. For those who don’t know, TensorFlow, in […]

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Common Link Building Mistakes You Must Avoid To Rank Better In Google

January 10, 2015
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The only constant is change, the sooner all online businesses and link builders realize this, the better it is for websites’ online rankings. Regardless of whether you have seen tremendous change in the rankings of the websites you were working on, or the sites you have not even touched yet, the recent results show that […]

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Website Marketing: The ROI Benefits of Accepting Guest Bloggers

January 6, 2015
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As more webmasters, business owners and SEO consultants  seek guest blogging opportunities, it is as good a time as any to start accepting guest posts on your blog. However, before you follow in the footsteps of [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]Huffington Post[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]Huffington Post[/tp] and the New York Times, you should implement a system that will help you save […]

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How to Survive the Google Panda Update

September 22, 2014
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2013 has been widely regarded as the year of SEO. While most bloggers applied SEO techniques to dramatically improve their sites’ position on search engines, a number of people with malicious intent managed to come up with several spam algorithms and spurious methods which were dishonest in nature, and then incorporated them into their sites […]

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Kill Switch All Set To Deter Thieves

June 26, 2014
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Samsung and Apple led the way, and now Google and Microsoft have agreed to add remote kill switches to their operating systems in a bid to make their devices safer, and less likely to be stolen. The feature will give users to disable their device should it get lost or stolen, completely wiping the device, […]

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Google Glass: The Next Generation Device

May 26, 2014
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All eyes, today, are glued with eagerness at the latest invention from Google. What is Google Glass? It is a wearable Smartphone device which helps you to communicate to internet through easy natural language voice commands. The information displayed in glass is in hands free Smartphone like format and gives you the option of frame […]

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Google Nexus 5 Vs Moto G: Taking on the Mighty

December 20, 2013
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Budget smartphones are the latest trend in the smartphone industry. However, not many devices have got the desired design and build quality. Also, until recently the budget smartphones used to be slow and laggy and lacked certain desirable features. However, all the smartphone manufacturers have realized the importance of budget smartphones in determining their success. […]

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Official Nexus 7 2 cases

August 5, 2013
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The Nexus 7 was a popular tablet due to its price, software and hardware now Google have released its successor the Nexus 7 2. The main new features include back/front facing cameras, a full HD screen, a 1.5 GHZ processor plus 2GB of RAM. The new Nexus is also slimmer at only 8.65mm, so with […]

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How to Increase the Domain Authority of your site?

June 28, 2013
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Domain Authority (DA) is a rating of a website and it depends on Google page rank, backlinks to a website, etc. So, high Domain Authority for a website indicates that it has high page rank and backlinks as well. Elements involved in DA calculation More than 100 elements determine the Domain Authority of a website. […]

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TechPatio: Blog comments disappears during Summer 2013

May 28, 2013
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Dear readers, This is a notice, and a small heads-up, that the normal blog commenting system (WordPress-based) will disappear from TechPatio.com during Summer of 2013, more specifically, during June and July for sure, and I may even extend it to cover August as well. The WordPress-based commenting system currently supports users leaving their name and […]

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