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    Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: A Google+ Rip-off?

    August 24, 2011
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    Facebook just announced on their official blog that some new privacy settings and features will soon be rolled out. They aren’t live yet, but as the blog post goes, it looks like Facebook has taken a leaf out of Google’s social networking book to bring out the said new settings and features. There are quite a few new things actually and yes I’m going to talk about all of them, if you don’t understand then ...

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    Google Big Fat SiteLinks is Live with 12 Links

    August 17, 2011
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    Google sitelinks is a useful feature by Google which shows useful links from your website in search when someone searches for your domain name. Google uses special algo to find  useful links from your website and show it in Google search. Earlier Google used to show 8 sitelinks in Google which was normal in size. Yesterday Google rolled out an update on Google sitelinks and now Google will show 12 sitelinks from your Website along ...

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    Google Related Toolbar : Find More information about Topic you are Viewing

    August 17, 2011
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    Yesterday Google released a new service call Google related Toolbar which can be added into your Chrome browser using Chrome extension. This addon (Toolbar) will find and show related information regarding web page you are viewing. Google Related Toolbar is going to be very useful for e-Commerce or services based side as this toolbar gives many details when you are viewing any such site. For example, if you are viewing Amazon sit for any purchase, you will ...

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    How to Integrate Google AuthorShip in Single Authored WordPress Blog [Easy Way]

    August 12, 2011
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    Couple of days back Mukund wrote about “How to add Author pic in Google search result” and believe it or not, sources says Authorship is going to be one of the hundred signals on which Google will rank your content. Anyways, even if ranking doesn’t matter, having your profile pic infront of your article in search results will increase credibility, branding and most important more clicks. I have been working on ShoutMeLoud to use AuthorShip ...

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    Google+ Games are Available Now

    August 12, 2011
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    Yesterday when I posted something on ShoutMeLoud Fan page about Google+ one of the fan posted a comment saying that he is finding Google+ very empty and if Google+ will have games it may enhance the experience. Here is that comment by Hx Lehmann Still very empty there but cool. Am looking after it everyday for any changes to come. But if you have just 2 friends there which are not active then there is not ...

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    Collection Of Top 15 Free Google+ Icons Pack

    August 6, 2011
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    The recent buzz around the web is all about Google+. It has created an enormous impact on people’s thought process and mind, making it suitable to hang out with friends in circles or group. However, from the perspective of a web designer or webmaster, it’s just another site that shall drive traffic to your blog. There are several Google plus icons available in the market out there and I’ve shared only a few of them ...

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    Robots.txt file on BlogSpot Blogs: Google SEO Mistake with BlogSpot Search Pages

    July 30, 2011
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    Well, it’s quite interesting to know that there’s a different story behind the robots.txt file for blogs run on blogger. Basically, a robots.txt file is placed on the root directory to block the search engines from crawling specific directories or pages on your blog. By this way, webmasters take control to let the spiders know what directories are accessible and what needs to be indexed. The most common question asked by BlogSpot bloggers is: How ...

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    Microsoft makes Fun of Google with Gmail Man[Video]

    July 29, 2011
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    The battle between Microsoft and Google isn’t something that’s on the news everyday. Microsoft recently launched it’s Office 365 and its main aim was to take Google’s Apps down. Office 365 brings a basket of products such as the Office directly available on the internet, much like Google Apps. <Image Credit> This kind of thing keeps happening and will never stop, unless there is a winner. Companies will try to showcase each others flaws in ...

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