Over the various updates Facebook has moved from a simple communication tool to something much larger, allowing users to have more control over their accounts. This includes their friends feed, which only shows a certain number of posts from friends that you can specify.
All of this is worked out using EdgeRank, a site-specific algorithm . . . → Read More: In Simple Words: How Facebook EdgeRank Works
I make a lot of jokes about Bing, I have to admit it. The gist is that it is a wannabe search engine that will never make it as the number one choice. Unfair? Probably, but I would argue that 1) I don’t care, and 2) It is still the truth. Besides, it is not . . . → Read More: Best Google Jokes
Social media sites have taken over our lives. It’s hard to even imagine that 10 years ago there was no Facebook or Twitter! 15 years ago people were actually waiting to hear from each other because even email wasn’t that common.
How did social media actually influenced our life and the society in general? In . . . → Read More: Social Media and Society: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
The two terms sound incredibly similar, which gives the mistaken impression that they must be the same.
I see many people getting confused when you are talking about name anchors… “Is this what we need to build links for?”… Ugh, no.
The two are used for different functions entirely, and they have different tags . . . → Read More: SEO Terminology: Link Anchor Text Versus Linking to Name Anchor
Oh, Google…it has grown up so fast. It seems like only yesterday it was a tiny project launched by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It went from a single search engine to the largest internet conglomerate in the world, dominating the web entirely.
They have their hand in social media and networking, shopping, travel, academia…really, . . . → Read More: Google’s “Firsts”