HTTPS adds nothing to SEO (currently)

Google announced that they had HTTPS sites could benefit in search results as this begin to be a factor to consider in the rankings, although affecting less than 1% of searches globally.

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User Intent = SEO + Conversion

Something as easy as put on the wearer’s skin and try to figure out what you want when you perform certain actions, such a search, we can greatly help not only facing the SEO but also in improved conversion and overall user experience.

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Online Classifieds proving popular with Internet Users

More and more local newspapers are pursuing their nationwide counterparts to make their newspapers accessible online through the entire World Wide-web, as the net rises as a wellspring of day-to-day information. Not just do these sites feature the most recent local news, but added paper attributes like property, classified ads…

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How has it affected the SEO (badly done) to the quality of content?

Technology plays a key role in the communication of our society, not only in terms of channels. The language has also been directly affected by a communicative exchange arising from the use of certain technologies. The popularization of mobile phones during the early 2000s gave birth to a whole language…

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BeachBot, Disney Robot Capable Of Drawing In The Sand

The research department of Disney and ETH Zurich (ETH) have worked in a curious autonomous robot-like turtle, which manages to capture in the sand all kinds of figures, in particular some of the most famous characters Disney. His name is BeachBot and pencil used as a rake whose teeth are…

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Google Penguin 3.0 – First Impressions

Yep, it seems that the new update of Google Penguin has come, in this case 3.0, which already came expecting from a few weeks ago, and although there is no official statement from Google, it seems that from October 18, the Google Penguin 3.0 is already here.

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Micromax YUREKA, Cyanogen’s New Ally

Recently I commented that OnePlus possibly stop working with Cyanogen, but apparently the matter was reversed, this because past few weeks saw confirmation of this separation when the company Micromax announced the launch of a new terminal that would exclusively – from now onwards CyanogenMod 11. Note that Cyanogen announced…

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Samsung Is Working On Its Own Version Of Apple Pay

Since Apple officially announced the launch of Apple Pay, a field that seemed stalled again reactivated, the idea that one day Google proposed to make payments through a mobile-and that did not work on a principle-now has taken strength Apple hand, who with thoughtful service with precise alliances managed to…

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