Email has been with us for a long time now and despite the likes of Twitter and Facebook competing for our attention, the fact that there are close to 3 billion email accounts in use is prove if any was needed that emailing is still an effective way of communicating with others across the internet.
Online content, whatever type of media it may be in, should be born out of effort. It must strive to provide thought-provoking question and answers or show solutions, all from deep-seated industry issues and down to mundane situations. Since the Internet is full of different kinds of content – articles, images, infographics, and videos…
For years, there have been a number of reasons why you would want to add nofollow tags to select links on your site. With Google putting such a focus on cleaning up search and penalizing sites for “unnatural links” lately, nofollow is an absolutely essential publishing tool, especially if your site includes guest or sponsored posts. It is simple to add and requires the most basic of coding skills (pretty much identifying the link and pasting in).
The 90’s was an interesting era, to say the least. While technology was not exactly as intuitive as we know it now, there were innovations made that were developed upon. Video games, television, and aspects of that nature were made better during this time and they would only be made better. However, what if I were to tell you that Tumblr was taking a step into the 90’s once again? However, this step entails neither gaming nor TV.
During my time in the realm of social media – I first joined Facebook back in May of ’09 – I’ve slowly but surely understood what it meant to be engaged. Something kept me on Facebook for close to five years but it didn’t take me until just now to realize what it was. Simply put, the content put forth was interesting.
Self-hosting your videos rather than using a third party (YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion) brings many benefits that can help any small business, SME, blog or e-commerce website make a return from their investment in video. Here we have listed the main three reasons businesses and blogs are turning to self hosted video….