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Spreading rumors about competitors has been a dirty but much used strategy in almost all competitive spheres. Now with the growing power of social media, lying and spreading rumors has become an organized and serious business! In the virtual world it’s mostly conducted through fake reviews. As per a Gartner report, by 2014, up to [...]
It gets tough when you are a total beginner at the technical sides of running your own blog or website. I remember it took me a while to figure out the difference between the .htaccess file and robots.txt, because even though I always loved anything IT and computers, the first time you encounter a new [...]
There is a excellent ad-on for Firefox that allows shows you if links on a web page are “nofollow”. To get the extension download the NoDoFollow program. To download this you must have Mozilla Firefox on your computer as an operating system. If you do not have Firefox you can download it here. Once the [...]
The New York Times recently discussed a study published by researchers at Cornell University who analyzed posts by more than 2 million Twitter users in 84 countries and found that there seem to be biological mood rhythms common to people across the entire globe. It makes sense that there are biological rhythms common to all [...]
Reach is defined as the number of Facebook users who regularly keep a tab on your updates. Do you have a Facebook page for promoting your business? When you post content on any Facebook page, it creates a reach that is termed as organic reach. When Facebook users comment and share these updates, it translates [...]