Every company with any pretense at being involved with technology tends to lock up its code, and guard it jealously. With good reason – Intellectual properties were meant to be is precious, right?
However, considering the fact that there are always other potential employers on the prowl, waiting to snatch away your best engineers (more on this later), is it prudent to hide away all your code?
The Smartphone App industry has been growing at a rapid pace & industry experts predict that mobile app popularity will continue to increase in upcoming years.
This popularity has led the app world to a situation where we have billions of mobile applications available in different app stores. With such huge number of smartphone apps, it is always a challenge to generate significant amount of revenue to stay alive in the competition.
A company culture, personality, and purpose can be projected in two ways. That company can create a website that describes itself and incorporates some clean, sleek, images, perhaps photos of its facility.
There are also nice images of its products with great descriptions, or icons/drawings that relate to its services. The website may be pleasant to view and may present an honest depiction of the organization. But where is the personal appeal? Where is soul of the company? “Who” is this company?
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Not too long ago, SEO was quite easy. All you had to do was publish prolifically, use lots of keywords, and take a few other steps, then you were set to go. This is no longer true.
Google, which is undoubtedly the setter of standards when it comes to all things SEO continually modifies their search engine algorithms. This is to ensure that websites that offer quality content along with great user experiences are rewarded, while sites that contain spam and low quality information are penalized. Keeping up with all of this can be difficult.
The ever-changing landscape of Google’s SERPs is a battlefield for websites trying to remain visible in Google search. Just when you think you’ve nailed the puzzle and found an optimal balance between paid and organic search, Google goes and rewrites the script. That’s exactly what happened in February when the search giant suddenly removed all PPC ads from the side of the search engine results page.
News of the layout change left many worrying that their websites would struggle to stay afloat in search results. And while those challenges have been confirmed for some, especially those who rely too heavily on PPC, the changes have also created new opportunities for organic search. As it turns out, that looming SERP cloud had a silver SEO lining.