Friday, 10 October 2014

The world’s largest retailer Amazon has also stepped up its marketing even as founder and global CEO Jeff Bezos was touring India.
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Monday, 3 February 2014

Saturday, 1 February 2014







Over the years, GoDaddy’s mildly pornographic commercials featuring a scantily clad Danica Patrick, the racecar driver and model, peddling web-hosting and domain-registration services have become something of a Super Bowl tradition. But that’s about to change.

On Sunday, one of the company’s Super Bowl ads will focus on Get Found, a tool for small businesses created by Locu, a start-up GoDaddy acquired in August. While the purchase price for Locu, which had raised about $4.6 million in investment funding, has not been disclosed, AllThingsD reported it was $70 million.

Get Found, which was introduced this week, plans to help small businesses manage their online profiles across major search engines, social sites and directories, including Google, Yahoo, Bing, Yelp, Foursquare, Facebook, Yellowpages, Citysearch, TripAdvsior, OpenTable and others.

Having inaccurate information online can cost a small business. In fact, industry research suggests that as much as $10 billion a year is lost in small-business sales because of incorrect or missing data online. Get Found’s subscription service, which costs from $17.99 to $26.99 a month, allows businesses to go to one place to update their information — name, address, phone number, location, menu offerings, new products and services — all over the web.

Get Found’s precursor, Locu, was founded by Rene Reinsberg, Marek Olszewski, Marc Piette and Stelios Sidiroglou-Douskos (who has since left), all graduate students at M.I.T. They met while taking a seminar called Link Data Ventures, taught by Tim Berners-Lee, the man credited with inventing the World Wide Web. The class was focused on the concept of using structured data to make it easier to access information online.

Mr. Reinsberg, now general manager and vice president of a GoDaddy division that includes Get Found, uses the analogy of a person who has moved: “You would normally have to contact all these places — your bank, your friends — and update everyone with the new address,” he said. “With structured data, you have a single place to enter that updated information, and every other entity — your bank, magazines, your friends — will ask that single location for the updated information.”

That concept led to the idea for Locu. Mr. Reinsberg and his co-founders initially built a tool to help restaurants — a web crawler with machine-learning technology that could take and organize information from a menu in any form, be it a scan, a photo, a Word document or a PDF.

Locu’s first major partner was OpenTable, which wanted to organize menu information from restaurants so that it was easily accessible to consumers. Last spring, Locu released a paid product — after a test phase — to help any merchant make corrections, updates and additions to the information about their business available online. In June, GoDaddy became a reseller of Locu’s services. A few months later, when it was bought, Locu had about 30,000 businesses on its platform; today, it has 60,000.

While Mr. Reinsberg said Get Found doesn’t really have competitors that focus on the small-business market, there are other services that update online information, including Local Market Launch, UniversalBusinessListing and Yext. Howard Lerman, a co-founder of Yext — which says it has 250,000 customers, almost half of them small businesses — said Get Found misrepresents itself as being comprehensive. “Get Found updates data across 11 sites,” he said, “we do it across 50.”

Mr. Reinsberg responded that those 11 are just the biggest and best-known sites used in Get Found’s scanning tool, which gives businesses a free scan of the information about them that is available on those sites. “It’s a snapshot of some of the sites where a business appears, but we have hundreds of partners,” he said. “We decided showing users how they appear across 50 or 100 sites could be overwhelming.”

Mr. Lerman and others have questioned whether Get Found can truly update data on Google. Greg Sterling, a founding principal of the research firm Sterling Market Intelligence, wrote in his blog “Screenwerk” that when he asked Mr. Reinsberg whether Get Found had direct access to the Google index, Mr. Reinsberg “wouldn’t discuss whether the company can directly update Google’s index through the program. My suspicion is that Google is not allowing that.”

Mr. Reinsberg said GoDaddy and Get Found have an agreement to provide data to Google. He declined to comment further but said: “We wouldn’t promise our customers and say we can update your information on Google and not be able to do that. If a business updates its data with us, we provide that data to Google.”

Going forward, Get Found’s biggest challenge will be to, well, get found. “We have to get the word out, that’s a key objective,” Mr. Reinsberg said. Hence the Super Bowl ad. In addition to trying to sell to GoDaddy’s current customers, the company wants to attract small businesses to the platform.

Mr. Reinsberg said that Blake Irving, the former chief product officer at Yahoo who took over as GoDaddy’s chief executive last year, is intent on changing the company’s image and becoming more product and technology focused. “The new commercial for Get Found that people will see during the Super Bowl is the first time GoDaddy is talking about the product and what the product can do for customers,” Mr. Irving said. “That’s a big departure. It’s going from making noise to telling a story.”

Monday, 27 January 2014

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Blogs have been a major source of earning for many bloggers. It have been sought as one of the easiest way to make money online selling your creativity.
Here is the list of Top 10 bloggers who earn a bounty from google adsense:

1. LABNOL
                                     
                                                              AMIT AGARWAL

Features:
  • Alexa Rank-2,498
  • AdSense Earnings- $36,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 6
  • Estimated Traffic- 5 million Page Views per Month

2. ShoutMeLoud

                                                               HARSH AGGARWAL                                   

  • Alexa Rank- 2,980
  • AdSense Earnings- $15,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic- 3 Million Page Views per Month

3. Techpp

                                                                        RAJU PP                                                 

  • Alexa Rank- 23,217
  • AdSense Earnings- $13,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic- 2.5 Million Page Views per Month

4. SaveDelete

                                                                   JASAPAL SINGH       

  • Alexa Rank- 21,373
  • AdSense Earnings- $11,000 per Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

5. TRAK

                                                                 PRABHU DESAI

  • Alexa Rank- 17,373
  • AdSense Earnings- $9,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 5
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

6. NirmalTV

 
 NIRMAL  BALACHANDRAN

  • Alexa Rank- 45,353
  • AdSense Earnings- $8,5000/Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

7. BlogSolute

                                             
                                                      ROHIT LANGDE

  • Alexa Rank- 53,886
  • AdSense Earnings- $8,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

8. Devils’Workshop

                                                  
                                                      RAHUL BANSAL

  • Alexa Rank- 38,885
  • AdSense Earnings- $7,000 per Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

9. 9Lessons

                                          
                                             SRINIVAS TAMADA

  • Alexa Rank- 7,312
  • AdSense Earnings- $6,500 per Month
  • Page Rank- 4
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

10. BloggingWays

                                         
                                                          KARAN SINGH CHAUHAN


  • Alexa Rank- 18,464
  • AdSense Earnings- $5,000/Month
  • Page Rank- 1
  • Estimated Traffic: NA

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Thursday, 5 September 2013

The next step in Sony's committed Z sequence of gadgets, the Xperia Z1 appears to be like a real leading, at least on document, and it's currently the Android operating system industry innovator in several places, specifically with its 20.7-megapixel camera.

Add in the 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processer, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage space and a 3,000mAh battery power, and you have a system that's on par (or better) with companies New samsung Universe S4 and HTC One. But how does it experience and execute in real-life usage?

Simple and worthy

The unit's style won't shock anyone: if you've seen the Xperia Z, the Z1 will immediately be acquainted to you. That's not a bad thing; we like the convenience of both gadgets, and the Z1's metal structure (which enhances as an antenna) with rounded sides creates it experience more durable than its forerunner.



The 1080p show, formerly a listlessness of Sony models cellular phones, has been enhanced to the Triluminos extensive range, already seen on the Xperia Z Extremely, which should preferably bring more stunning shades and better sharpness and comparison. Actually, the show still lags behind, say, New samsung galaxy S4's Extremely AMOLED display — point it a little and you'll see the shades of black go greyish and the white wines go deeper — but it's definitely distinct and wonderful to look at.

And let's not ignore that the whole factor is water-resistant. It does not experience water-resistant, thoughts you, with somewhat cheap includes for the USB slot and the SD card, but Sony models says it is, and who are we to declare. Not many leading cellular phones can declare this task, so chalk another one up for Sony models.

It's All About the Camera

In conditions of performance, the phone seems very quick, if not super quick. In all honesty, these days the application creates all the distinction, and the Z1 works as quick as any Android operating system 4.2.2 system we've seen before.

Processor cores and gb aside, what really creates the Z1 take a position out is its digicam. It activities a 20.7-megapixel indicator, Sony's "G Lens" with F2.0 aperture and a 27mm extensive position, and a BIONZ for cellular picture handling motor. All this results in a very quick digicam that takes truly awesome images in the sunlight — better than any we've seen so far from a smart phone.

You can check out the picture quality in our collection — all the images (yes, even those of the device) were taken with the Z1. We haven't had a opportunity to try the digicam at night, though, and we did have some issue with the concentrate, which sometimes has a thoughts of its own, even after we've turned through the extensive range of concentrating ways.

The camera also comes with a lot of different ways such as Excellent automatic, Surroundings, Guide or Timeshift rush. A fun method is the AR impact, which contributes some exclusive fact components into a picture, such as dinosaurs or seafood.

The most exciting image-taking method is the Info-eye, which combines with services such as Vivino or GoodReads to recognize real-world things (like containers of bottles of wine and books) and delivers you opinions and other details. Sure, you can do the same straight from these applications (I've been using Vivino to recognize containers of bottles of wine for a while now), but having it all incorporated into the digicam application creates it just a wee bit simpler.

Finally, we've described the 3000mAh battery power, but we haven't had plenty of your energy and effort to completely analyze it out. What we can say, that in the first three hours of examining (that's large utilization, thoughts you) battery power went from 49% to 15%, pushing us to beat out a convenient battery charger.

We can't give you our last verdict on the Z1, as we need more a opportunity to learn all the unit's eccentricities, but we're not sure we'd business it for any other Android operating system smart phone available on the industry, and that's saying a lot. The style is awesome (we still choose the HTC A person's applied metal structure, though), we really like the digicam, and we really like the fact that it's water resistant. Bar some yet-undiscovered insects, Sony models might have a champion on its arms.

Thursday, 22 August 2013

Facebook embedded content are now available for everyone, not just release associates who had accessibility the function when it was first declared in This summer.

Anyone who uses a third party website, such as customers who publish to personal weblogs or websites, can now include a community Facebook or myspace publish straight into their own site. Users can find the line of rule needed to include a publish or video by simply simply clicking the pointer in the post's upper right-hand area.



Facebook declared today that it’s moving out its included content function to all of its customers. The move comes less than monthly after the social media organization exposed its new function, but said it would only be available to select marketers, particularly Huffington Post, Mashable, CNN, and Bleacher Review.

Facebook initially combined out the function last 30 days to news guides like Mashable, CNN, and Huffington Post. Reviews from the test run motivated Facebook or myspace to reduce the size of included content on cellular phones to better provide the phone screen, according to a Facebook or myspace short article.

But while the community can now take their Facebook or myspace content and include them onto third-party sites, there are also a few improvements to the function. Specifically, video clips can be included — not just video clips from Instagram. Additionally, the organization has made it more convenient to accessibility the include rule from an included publish, which should help promote more discussing. Finally, these included content will now work on cell phone displays.