Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Who Invented the Internet and Why?

Gifs, Memes, Message boards, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, porn and fishing emails. Who was the genius who came up with all of that? The internet is such a crucial tool in our daily lives today that we hardly remember that it hasn't been here forever. But yeah, it is actually not that old. We still have fuzzy memories about the time before the first thing in the morning was to check email and browse our favourite blogs and YouTube channels. Well, let's explore how the internet came into existence and why.
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Growth of the Visual Web [Infographic]

The web is constantly changing, and evolving alongside human demand and technological changes. From its first public availability in 1994 to now, We have seen a major transformation from text based to graphic based design and it looks like visual web is here to stay.

7 Best WordPress Plugins to improve Website Speed

Best Wordpress pluginsSlow Website speed can affect your business conversion rates, and if you are on WordPress, then you have to worry more because it is one the slowest CMS  out of the popular ones like Joomla and Drupal. But you can still cover this up with several WordPress plugins that can help you improve your website speed and thus your business conversion rates.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

How to Get Ready to Rank in Google Local search

Since its beginning Google local search has got more and more complex as the time progresses. A lot of factors have added complexity to Google local search in past few years. For Example, Google Plus, launched in June 2011, has been one of the major factors deciding the outcome of local results in Google search engine.

Friday, March 14, 2014

How Fast 5G Actually is? [Infographic]

While many parts of the world are actually yet to use the internet for the first time, the what's and where's of 5G have already started making news. But how good 5G actually is ? It is 6400 Mbps, yes you heard it right it's a whooping 6400 Mbps.