August 2014

Like Being Web-nonymous? Why Bylines Matter

by Ed Tsunoda on August 30, 2014

Many internet publishers like doing their writing on the Internets because it allows them to retain some semblance of privacy. But it turns out that what people don’t know can hurt you, as it’s probable that part of Google’s search results algorithm includes trying to identify authorship, and giving known and credible authors more better […]

Microsoft Weeds 1,500 Bad Apps From Windows Store

Responding to consumer criticism that the app aisle on the Windows Phone store was fraught with peril, imposters, crappy-apps, and other miscellaneous reasons not to download anything, Microsoft has instated new guidelines and requirements for apps and weeded out a bunch of the worst imposters. “As Windows Store expands to reach more customers in more […]

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Google Is Going HTTPS. Should You?

Google has been making a lot of noise recently about how it has added whether or not a site is “secure” https versus http as a factor in it’s search results algorithm. Does this mean you should switch all your sites to https? Not according to this article at which reiterates that if you’re […]

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How To Use Pinterest and Instagram For Business

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between Instagram and Pinterest, or what they do, or how to use them, or if they have a business application…well, you get the picture….then this article is for you! On Pinterest, every pin is a link to the source of the image, usually an external site. Therefore, […]

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Best Games For Your Android Windows Phone iPhone

Hey it’s the first of the month, and that means someone (everyone) somewhere (everywhere) is doing a best of/top 10 of something for the previous month, am I right? This month, we’re shining the spotlight on the best new games for your phone, no matter whether you’re packing an iPhone, an Android, or a Windows […]

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