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Google to stop supporting public URL Submissions to its Search Index

Google Webmasters said ,” We’ve had to drop the public submission feature.” The group did not say why it was necessary to drop it. Maybe it has to do with spam issues or abuse.  Google added, “… But we remain to welcome your submissions using the usual tool in Search Console and through sitemaps immediately.” The last time Google renewed the submit content tool was back in 2012 when it moved it to the classic Google Webmaster Tools URL. Google says webmasters should submit content only through Search Console’s Fetch as Google tool or through Sitemaps. This is really bad news for the Blackhat  Search Engine Optimization. Here the people who are doing a job in the Blackhat SEO  are almost unemployed.   Blog Resource:  https://searchengineland.com/google-to-stop-supporting-public-url-submissions-to-its-search-index-302571

Rookie link-building and content outreach mistakes you won’t make twice

Link-building mistakes come with the territory: The longer you spend pitching webmasters, the more war stories and link failures you’ll have under your belt. I’ve done many, many linking campaigns and have made my share of mistakes.  Based on my experience, I am not sure which campaign was a bigger epic fail: The campaign where all the email I sent went to the trash folder because I used a term associated with spam in the subject line. The fact I launched a huge content campaign the same day Donald Trump was inaugurated. These things happen.  Mistakes are a key ingredient of learning, particularly when it comes to link outreach. You will probably make a lot of mistakes and get very frustrated before you learn how to consistently build links with content. It’s all part of the learning process. What if you could skip over the costly learning curve and jump directly into all the link-building lessons without committing all the mistakes?  Would you like to know which mistakes ca

OYO books top spot at ET Startup Awards 2018

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BENGALURU: Budget hotel aggregator OYO Rooms won top honours at India’s biggest and best awards for startups, joining a group of peers distinguished by technical and entrepreneurial prowess. At a meeting on Monday in Bengaluru, an exemplary jury led by Infosys cofounder Nandan Nilekani chose eight winners from a shortlist of 40 contenders for The Economic Times Startup Awards 2018. Source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/startups/newsbuzz/oyo-books-top-spot-at-et-startup-awards/articleshow/65127601.cms

Samsung India sold over 20 lakh Galaxy J8, J6 smartphones

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Samsung India has sold over 20 lakh units of its recently-launched Galaxy J8 and J6 mid-segment smartphones in India , attracting nearly 50,000 consumers a day, the company said on Monday. Galaxy J6 was launched on May 22 while Galaxy J8 was introduced on July 1.  "We are happy with the huge success of Galaxy J8 and J6 smartphones . Our philosophy of keeping our ears to the ground and incorporating consumer feedback into our products has paid off," said Asim Warsi, Senior Vice President, Samsung India . Our philosophy of keeping our ears to the ground and incorporating consumer feedback into our products has paid off," said Asim Warsi, Senior Vice President, Samsung India.  Source:   https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/hardware/samsung-india-sold-over-20-lakh-galaxy-j8-j6-smartphones/articleshow/65100518.cms

Government ropes in Google to create 3D views of monuments on Incredible India website

 The tourism ministry has initiated a project with Google to offer 3D views of Indian monuments on the website of Incredible India. As per a report in The Economic Times, tourism minister KJ Alphons said: "We want to give tourists a virtual reality experience and Google has the technology and the product." He expressed hope that this virtual reality experience will inspire tourists to visit India. He also appealed to different states in India to recruit police that would specialise in helping foreign tourists. Presently, 14 states and union territories, including Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka and Delhi, have specialised police force for tourists. Alphons accused foreign media of being “ hugely discriminatory ” towards India. He describes that in a massive country like India, there are bound to be unfortunate solitary incidents. However, immediate actions have been taken against culprits every time such an incident takes place as per the st

18 technology companies that announced job cuts in 2018

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It’s been testing times for several sectors in the technology world. Be it telecom, social media or any other sector, companies have had it tough which has led to employees being laid off for a variety of reasons. In India as well, several companies have been forced to let go off employees and it doesn’t paint for a pretty picture. Since the turn of the year, we have seen headlines about massive layoffs pop up every now and then. Source :  https://www.gadgetsnow.com/slideshows/18-technology-companies-that-announced-job-cuts-in-2018/Hike-India-25-of-workforce/photolist/65031257.cms

Today Intresting news: Google's Phone app can now automatically filter spam calls

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Making life easier for you, Google's Phone app will start blocking out unwanted calls on its own. The Phone app is now capable of automatically filtering out calls detected as spam and sending them to voicemail, The Verge reported. If the app detects the spam call, there won't be any ringing or notification to alert you. It will be filtered without you knowing about it. You can find the filtered calls in the call history. Google is also prepping its Duplex technology -- presented at the Google I/O event in May 2018 -- to roll out for testing this summer in the USA. The technology allows Google Assistant to make phone calls autonomously on behalf of a user to achieve specific tasks like booking a restaurant or making an appointment in a hair salon. Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/technology/report-google-s-phone-app-can-now-automatically-filter-spam-calls-2637733

Singing is the best practice for the people in bringing joy.

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Singing is the best practice for the people in bringing joy. It has some incredible benefits in improving our social, Economical as well as mental health. There are lots of benefits in singing which is given as follows: Singing strengthens the immune system. ... Singing is a workout. ... Singing improves your posture. ... Singing helps with sleep. ... Singing is a natural anti-depressant. ... Singing lowers stress levels. ... Singing improves mental alertness. ... Singing can widen your circle of friends. It also impacts the life of a child. These benefits are: 1. Improve brain development 2. Improve language and communication skill. 3.Cardiac and Respiratory Function 4.Vocal System Fine and Gross Motor Control Read more: https://kaboutjie.com/kids-activities/5-benefits-of-singing-for-children/ Please  like, listen and share my songs  Listen Now:  https://m.starmakerstudios.com/share?recording_id=5910974500589251

Always try to get your best to get your Aim you never became success.

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My main motto is to become a singer in my life. But I never did it because I didn't try my best. If I tried then I become a singer.  There are lots of ups and downs in my life. when I was in 12 class then my main motto is to become a singer. I did also lots of practice in my life but unfortunately, I failed in 12th. Then I left my aim and concentrate on studies. I was passed in Exam next year but I lost my aim. So I learned if you do only one thing at a time when you can get your aim.  If you want to listen my songs you can click here. Please like and follow me. Click here https://m.starmakerstudios.com/share?recording_id=5910974494230518 https://m.starmakerstudios.com/share?recording_id=5910974496646443 Good Blog post: Never Love the company always love the Employeer of the company June 22th at 10:44 PM