There is a common saying that states:
“The greatest trick the Devil ever played was to make everyone think he didn’t exist”
The same thing can be said about Google in regards to AdWords management. One of the best kept secrets to new AdWords advertisers and managers is that AdWords is complicated. It takes a long time to be savvy in all aspects of AdWords management and unless you dig into niche industries, chances are you’ll just end up being good or mediocre.
After last month’s full launch of its Si Evolution Qwerty alternative, invisible keyboard maker SnapKeys is launching a second keyboard later today — called Si Revolution — which pushes the typing disruption even further by letting users tap anywhere on each of its four keys to form words. SnapKeys’ word prediction technology does the rest, and with so few precise taps required this keyboard really can disappear entirely — with the user needing only to tap a basic general position on the screen to spell words.
Bing has added another feature to Image Search. Starting this week you can now search images based on the license with which you can use it.
There’s now a new menu choice at the end of image search simply labeled “License.” With it, you can filter your image search results to limit them to images that contain a Creative Commons license.
There is a new international search engine on the scene. Mail.Ru, which is also known as My.com, has been serving Google search results for several years but has now dropped Google in order to serve search results with their own new search engine, The Next Web reported.
ROR is an open- source web application development framework that is popularly used to build attractive websites and applications. The best advantage of this technology is that it makes the development process quick and rapid. Coding on this platform is extremely easy with its Convention over Configuration method. It provides all the resources you need to build amazing websites with different functionality.
We are all increasingly on the go, spending more time away from home than ever before. Technological advances have made us accessible virtually anywhere we go. The advent and subsequent growth of the mobile industry has changed the way we do everything – from shopping to interacting with each other and to the way we run our businesses. The advancements in the mobile industry have necessitated changes across all business plans – sales, advertising, marketing, etc. – so it’s important to ensure your mobile marketing tactics are up-to-date with the constant changes to the mobile market.