Yearly Archives: 2014

How to Create a Viral Launch Page

December 3, 2014 Neha Bawa 1

What does it take to achieve virality? To create a storm of conversations that keeps the right people coming back for more? Do we have what it takes to go “viral”? It’s a list of questions that possibly every marketer has on their minds in the digital marketing world. And with all the random internet […]

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SEO or PPC – Which Is Better For A Small Scale Business?

December 1, 2014 uzra mohiuddin 6

The tussle between SEO and PPC continues as Digital Marketing grows into becoming the leading medium of advertising and branding. Statistics show that internet users across the world are expected to grow to 3 billion by the end of 2014 with nearly two-thirds of that rise coming from emerging economies. With greater access to the […]

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Web Design Tips – 7 Secrets that Will Make Your Life Easier

November 26, 2014 admin 3

It is amazing how different professional web designers work and achieve so much despite the magnitude of their projects compared to the less experienced ones. They seem to have some secrets, some hidden hacks and probably some hidden insider information well-kept from the public eye. This is all owingto their many years of experience. So, […]

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Is Facebook Still Relevant for Businesses?

November 12, 2014 Neha Bawa 2

I have a strange feeling that every individual working in and with social media platforms for marketing has days when they need to step back, breathe and not be overwhelmed by the sheer enormity of this beast. As marketers, we know social media is fantastic and laden with opportunities. As human beings behind the marketing […]

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Why Aren’t You Advertising on Bing Yet?

October 16, 2014 Sarvesh Bagla 3

If your search marketing budgets haven’t incorporated Bing Product Ads just yet, it might be time to step back and wonder why. Sure, Google may own 2/3rd’s of the search marketing share, so it’s only logical for you to run your campaigns there. But, the flip side of the coin is rooted in a number […]

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Panda 4.1, Google’s 27th Panda Update is Slowly Rolling Out

September 26, 2014 Tarun Pahwa 3

On 26th September, 2014 . Matt Cutts has updated the information on his Google Plus page Panda update rolling out Earlier this week, we started a slow rollout of an improved Panda algorithm, and we expect to have everything done sometime next week. Based on user (and webmaster!) feedback, we’ve been able to discover a […]

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MySql Tutorial – Create and Backup the Database

September 17, 2014 admin 8

MySQL Tutorial for Beginner MySQL is one of the popular database management system. Developers can make use of SQL query language to access and manipulate data. One can use MySql databases management system from different kinds of applications and websites. Creating mysql database in php is one of the essential tasks that need to be […]

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Why Audience Research is Important than Keywords Research

September 3, 2014 Sarvesh Bagla 2

Search engines wouldn’t exist had it not been for an audience. True as it is, the driver of search, i.e., the audience was long forgotten making the search engines a selling machine. But, the wheel has come back to the point where it began and the Hummingbird update seals the fact. Through in numerous posts, tweets […]

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Migration from HTTP (non-secured) version of the website to HTTPS (secured) version

August 29, 2014 uzra mohiuddin 1

It is expected that the readers of this document have already implemented HTTPS on their websites through installation of a private (dedicated) SSL certificate Step 0 – please do a before and after speed check to see if SSL implementation affects page load in any way. If it does, then this will need to be […]

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