[Infographic] Google's 200 Ranking Factors There’s no doubt that Google’s algorithm is more complex — and volatile — than ever. The days where SEO was all about meta tags and backlinks is long gone. Google now uses at least 200 ranking factors in their algorithm, including social signals, user-interaction signals, and trust. If you’d like a bird’s eye view of these factors, then this infographic by Entrepreneur.com and Backlinko may give you some much needed perspective. The piece covers all of the known 200 ranking signals that Google uses to rank sites and pages. Either way, I’m sure you’ll learn something new (even if you’re an industry veteran). Having said that, enjoy this excellent infographic. Which ones will you implement into your business?
100 Incredibly Useful and Interesting Web Sites Even as the Web has become more entertaining--and certainly better looking--over the past 15 years, it has also become much more useful and practical, as the 100 sites in this feature will demonstrate. I've organized the sites in the list by the type of task they help you with. It is not a ranking; in each category I recommend sites that specialize in a different area than the others. Most Useful Web Sites by Category 9 Sites to Help You Survive the Recession A growing number of good Web sites, like Prosper and Bankrate, are popping up, offering you cool tools to help you manage and conserve your money. 8 Great How-to Web Sites Because of sites like Yahoo Answers and Instructables, the Web has become the first stop for people trying to fix something, build something, or learn a new skill. Find and Watch TV and Movies Online Web video is everywhere online these days -- and not just on YouTube. 7 Great Sites About Music and Literature Life's a lot better with good music and books. Extras:
Digital literacy Digital literacy is the ability to effectively and critically navigate, evaluate and create information using a range of digital technologies. It requires one "to recognize and use that power, to manipulate and transform digital media, to distribute pervasively, and to easily adapt them to new forms". Digital literacy does not replace traditional forms of literacy. It builds upon the foundation of traditional forms of literacy. Digital literacy is the marrying of the two terms digital and literacy; however, it is much more than a combination of the two terms. Digital information is a symbolic representation of data, and literacy refers to the ability to read for knowledge, write coherently, and think critically about the written word. Digital literacy researchers explore a wide variety of topics, including how people find, use, summarize, evaluate, create, and communicate information while using digital technologies. Academic and Pedagogical Concepts Use in education
uld artificial intelligence relegate Prism accused? Tech trends Among the top five search engines are Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask and AOL. Each company has teams dedicated to continually improving their product in order to gain a bigger slice of the customer base and advertising revenue. But we don’t need something better, we need something different. Indeed, I don’t see why they can’t monitor my work activities, communications, reading, movies and reports to gain a complete view of what concerns and interests me. Throw in 10 per cent (or so) serendipity and my first 10 of about 44,300,000 results might just become closer to what I actually need. Don’t get me wrong; I’m actually really impressed by Google, Yahoo et al. So is there any light on the horizon? Most search engines use hundreds of algorithms focused on studying the vast histories of huge populations, searching and working all day. So, in that sense, Watson is very “human” and very thorough. In the mean time, I’m still waiting for those relevant search results. You may also be interested in:
MindMeister Less Popular Google Search Tips There’s not a day that passes by without searching for information on Google. We’re pretty sure that you’re aware of some advanced Google search operators like AND, NOT, etc. but here are some lesser known tricks that you can implement when you’re searching on Google. We bet you wouldn’t know at least one of these! 1. Some of you would have known the site: search operator. Forget the site operator and use the at keyword instead. 2. The nerds among us would frequently use the define: keyword to look up for definitions. You needn’t necessarily use the define keyword anymore to get definitions in search results. 3. AROUND(n) is an undocumented search operator and it will be of immense use when you’re looking for pages with two terms separated by n number of words. 4. You can use the tilde (~) operator to search for pages that not only contain the word that follows it, but also its synonyms. The next time you’re looking for cheap mp3 players, try searching for [~cheap mp3 players].
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