Google may dominate the Internet, but Apple dominates the mobile world. Therefore it’s no surprise that Google had to pay big bucks to continue having its search engine on the iPhone.
Being an efficient blogger means not only growing your network via your content but managing your time wisely at the same time. Luckily for today’s savvy wordsmith, there are more tools than ever before to help you maximize your writing time. Chrome users are especially fortunate as developers are launching a myriad of awesome apps and extensions for Google’s browser. Check out the following collection of phenomenal Chrome extensions for bloggers; these add-ons just might be enough to make you switch to Chrome if you haven’t already.
Some SEOs claim affiliate websites are dead now that Google is cracking down on backlinks. However, you can still build a great, successful affiliate website as long as you create a quality site and follow Google’s guidelines. Here are some tips for building a strong affiliate website presence that can rank well in search engines.
It can be hard to gain any real perspective on the whole data privacy debate unless you have a few real-world examples of how allowing large corporations access to personal data can go awry. Google Maps and Google Location Services are a case in point.
If you have a smartphone, you probably have Google Maps on it. When you use it for the first time, you get asked in passing if you’d like to turn location history on. Most people will turn it on without a second thought. What it does, though, can be startling to anyone shown the results.
Back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth and the Internet was new, people used search engines in an entirely different way from what they do now. Then, users had to learn Google Speak in order to figure out the proper keywords to type in and get the result they wanted. This divided the World Wide Web into two classes of people – those who were savvy enough to figure out the right words to use and those who were not.