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    (not provided) – The Alternative Path to Organic Keyword Data

    February 6, 2014
    Branded vs unbranded keywords - AWR cloud report

    As a direct result of Google switching to a secure connection (https) and encrypting user searches, we have been witnessing how an increasing amount of keyword data in Google Analytics fell under the (not provided) category. While in November 2011 about 12% of search queries were ‘not provided’, the percentage rose to 50% by August 2013, 80% by December 2013 and is closing in on 100%. (source: http://www.notprovidedcount.com/) Slowly, we reached the moment we were ...

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    7 Awesome Gmail Tricks to Become Gmail Ninja

    February 5, 2014
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    Do you use gMail for Emailing? There are various gMail tricks that you can use to make most out of your Email usage. Gmail is a free email service provided by Google with 15GB of free storage for each account. You can check your current gMail storage over here. Now if you are a Gmail user then here we have some handy tips and tricks to get most out of Gmail. 1. Host your Gmail Signature Logo ...

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    Back To History With “Google In 1998″ Easter Egg

    September 27, 2013
    Google in 1998

    Recently on Google’s 15th birthday occasion Raj created this massive post on Google Easter eggs, which talked about some nice things you can do with Google search apart from Searching.  Google is one of those tech company, which is known for innovation and they never failed to surprise the entire internet community with surprises on special days. And this is what “Google in 1998″ Easter egg is all about. Google added one more special easter ...

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    7 Mind-Blowing Secret Easter Eggs To Celebrate Google’s Birthday

    September 14, 2013
    Google 1998

    Exactly 16 years from today, two young men were sitting in front of their computers just like you and me. What started as a spelling-mistake, later turned out to be the most influential brand name the world has ever seen! A company whose product gained reputation and respect globally simply by “worth of mouth” and not by any ads. A company, initially against advertising, then figures out a way to run one of the most biggest ...

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    How to Generate Google App Specific Password for 2-Step Verification

    April 20, 2013
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    Few days back I have enabled Google 2 Step verification to improve the security of my Google account. Since, I use one Email address for most of my Google services (Gmail, Google plus, AdWords..), to ensure my site never get compromised, 2 step verification is very important step for the security of your account. Now, once you enable 2-step account verification, you might find it little troublesome initially to set up your accounts on different ...

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    Best Google Reader Alternatives [Updated]

    March 26, 2013
    Pulse Google reader importer

    As a blogger I always rely on Feeds, and few content discovery app to find the news which interest me. I use Google reader to subscribe to blog updates, and using Netnewswire (Which will shut down too) on my Mac to read latest updates. Netnewswire syncs with Google reader, and thus you could always stay updated with the latest news from your favorite blogs. Now, Google has decided to shut down Google reader as part of their ...

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    How to Share Google Analytics Account With Other User

    March 19, 2013
    Analytics access to new user

    When you are online, there are many times when you need to give access to your Web-properties to others, to get things done. Almost all the services of Google support, user management feature. That means, you can add a new user with pre-defined role, to access your Web property. I often work on client SEO project, and to get things done, I have to get access to their Analytics, Webmaster’s tool to access existing data. ...

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    5 Gmail tips to Perform Tasks Easily & Effectively

    February 18, 2013
    Gmail remote signout tip

    When you are online, your Email is your permanent address. There are many email service providers online, and Gmail is one of my favorite. With one Google account, you get access to all the services offered by Gmail. Over the years, Gmail surpassed Yahoo mail, and hotmail popularity, and now one of the best free Email service provider. Here at ShoutMeLoud, we keep sharing various Gmail tips and tricks, for example you can do more ...

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