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Which Ranking Factors are Important for Mobile Sites?

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Five months after Google’s mobile friendly update, it hasn’t quite turned out to be the ‘mobilegeddon’ that some predicted.

However, it has started to make an impact, as some of the data from a new Searchmetrics’ mobile SEO report shows.

For example, the percentage of mobile friendly sites in the top 30 results on Google has increased since the beginning of the year.

  • Prior to the mobile-friendly update, 68 percent of ranking URLs were found to be mobile-friendly. 
  • This share increased to 71 percent after the update.

The chart below paints a similar picture:


Essentially, there have been small movements, and it seems Google is trying to push sites towards mobile gradually. I imagine that may change after a while, and perhaps we’ll see a stricter approach in future.


Given the growth of mobile, sites shouldn’t have needed a new Google update to persuade them to optimize for mobile users. Their own customers and site analytics should have provided the answer.

On the other hand, if you didn’t have a mobile site before April 2015, there was little need to rush one out in a panic. Indeed, I’ve seen examples of sites which have done exactly this and harmed their own sales or rankings.

Mobile Ranking Factors

Here are some of the factors the study looked into. Searchmetrics looked at correlations between possible ranking factors and the appearance of the mobile SERPs. 

User Experience

Google is using more UX related factors in search rankings generally, and a good user experience is perhaps even more vital for mobile sites, given smaller screen sizes and variable mobile internet signals.

It has also been continued to clamp down on features which detract from mobile user experience, like those pesky app interstitials

The study finds a correlation between UX factors, such as images, and mobile rankings.

For example, the average number of internal links is much lower in the mobile then the desktop results, as shown in the chart below:


Space between links on mobile sites is important to avoid mistaken clicks from users, and is also something Google uses as a factor in its mobile friendly test

Here are some the ranking factors the study found to be important:

  • Larger font size 
  • Both responsive design and dedicated mobile versions of sites (m.domain.tld or mobile.domain.tld) rank in the mobile SERPS 
  • Less structural and interactive elements; unordered lists used more often, but with less bullets than in desktop 
  • Fewer ads 
  • Fewer internal links 
  • Fewer images than desktop.

Technical Factors

Speed is a massive factor, so sites need to minimise file sizes to improve page load times. The study found that the average mobile page file size was found to be around 25 percent smaller, allowing faster load times.

Meanwhile, just five percent of mobile pages make use of flash design which is not widely supported by mobile devices, compared with 14 percent of desktop pages.

As the chart shows, the difference in page loading times between desktop and mobile is very clear.



Thanks to smaller file sizes, mobile pages load more quickly, in some cases by around one tenth of a second.

  • The average loading time in the mobile top 30 is 1.17 seconds.
  • The top 10 load more quickly, with an average time of 1.10 seconds. 


  • The study found that backlinks were less of a ranking factor than on desktop. 
  • The percentage of nofollow backlinks has increased this year, but remains well below the desktop value.  
  • Mobile results are linked much less frequently to news pages, which can in part be attributed to the separate mobile versions of websites (their desktop counterparts are the ones typically linked to news sites). This trend is also decreasing compared to desktop. 

In Summary

It’s important not to draw too many conclusions from one study, just five months or so after the mobile update, but it seems that Google’s mobile rankings are in a transitional stage.

Rather than the apocalypse some predicted before the mobile update, we seem to be seeing a gradual change in rankings, and more importance placed on user experience when ranking sites.

Science and technology in Central China

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In central China, a science renaissance is happening. Away from the hectic coastal cities, scientists and entrepreneurs have found new opportunities in ancient cities, such as Xi’an, Zhengzhou, and Wuhan. This region also receives abundant funding for research and education, but the cost of living is lower than in the big cities. In recent years, universities in central China have been producing high-quality research and forging collaborations in key disciplines, such as hydraulic engineering, aerospace technology, and translational medicine. New urban centers, built using sustainable designs and high-tech infrastructure, are popping up and attracting investments from Chinese as well as global firms. As a result, this region is becoming a new hub for researchers and tech companies to launch exciting projects in science and engineering. By Wayne Peng

Central China is less known to the West than the major coastal metropolises like Beijing and Shanghai; however, this has not always been the case. The entry point for Western goods and ideas shifted from inland China to the coast in the 12th century. Prior to this, the capitals of successive Chinese dynasties were to be found inland and were considered by many to be amongst the largest cities in the world. At the peak of the Tang dynasty, around 750 CE, more than a million people lived in Chang’an (present day Xi’an)—where trade with Europe and central Asia began via the Silk Road.

Today, as the coastal cities approach developmental saturation, Chinese policy makers, scientists, and entrepreneurs are taking a fresh look at the inland region’s rich cultural and natural resources. Central China is a loosely defined geographical area that usually includes the provinces of Shanxi, Shaanxi, Henan, and Hubei, but can also refer to the Anhui, Hunan, and Jiangxi provinces. At the northern end, ancient cities dot the banks of the Yellow River and its major tributaries—a region that is considered the cradle of Chinese civilization. The Yangtze River runs along the southern border, serving as an artery for transportation and providing hydraulic resources.

Here, we highlight the region’s rise in scientific research and education, as well as the push to recruit more talent and attract technology investments. The examples highlighted here showcase the renaissance of central China and the new opportunities in this “old” region.

Strengthening international collaborations

Zhou Chuangbing became president of Nanchang University in 2013 after spearheading science and technology affairs at Wuhan University in Hubei province for more than a decade. As a leading expert on rock mechanics and hydraulic engineering in China, Zhou has dedicated his career to improving the safety and environmental sustainability of hydraulic engineering projects. “China leads the world in many hydraulic engineering achievements,” says Zhou. Perhaps the best known example is the Three Gorges Project, the largest hydropower station in the world, which is only a few hundred miles west of Nanchang on the Yangtze River.

Zhou’s engineering philosophy is “safety always comes first.” He adds, “We need to protect the ecological habitats at the site of any major hydraulic engineering project.” Safety and sustainability are relatively new concepts in the booming Chinese economy. These concepts exemplify the pioneering, future-driven vision that Zhou has brought with him to Nanchang University, which is famous in China for research on the science and manufacturing of light-emitting diodes, food science and engineering, and medicine.

Desiring to build upon Nanchang’s strengths, Zhou sees a need to internationalize the university’s scientific research and education. He explains that central China’s location can sometimes hinder the recruitment of top talent directly from abroad; however, he encourages young faculty members to seek opportunities to collaborate with researchers outside of China and to spend time overseas to learn how critical thinking is carried out. Zhou hopes that this type of exposure will improve Nanchang’s scientists’ abilities to formulate quality research questions. “When [our faculty members] come back after a period of training abroad, they become much better scientists,” says Zhou. With a strong push for international collaboration, Zhou hopes to elevate the academic profile of Nanchang University by helping its existing students and faculty members succeed in education and research.

Facilitating large-scale projects

Further up the Yangtze River, in Wuhan, Lu Youming is building a new brain research institute at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) Tongji Medical College. When Lu was first nominated for the Chinese government’s highly selective Thousand Talents Program in 2008, he was running a lab at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. By that time, Lu had already established himself as a key contributor to the field of neuroscience, particularly in glutamate receptor research; however, he wanted to make a greater impact and thought there were two ways to do so: find something that will change clinical practice or make a discovery that is important enough to alter the textbooks.

Lu’s research on death-associated protein kinase 1 (DAPK1) had already been making strides toward the clinic for stroke management. He wanted to further investigate some fundamental scientific questions, but the work would require large-scale ‘omics studies. It’s a big challenge to fund such endeavors in the United States, Lu points out, adding that “even five R01 research grants cannot support the functional genomic work necessary to answer the key questions in neuroscience, such as the specific function of a gene expressed in individual brain cells.” Science funding is different in China, Lu explains. “What takes a nationwide collaboration to accomplish in the United States can be supported by a handful of projects funded by the central government or the provincial authorities in the region.”

In 2011, after touring a dozen major universities around China, Lu settled down at HUST and began building a brain research center. Instead of joining the crowded research hubs in Beijing or Shanghai, Lu believed he could make a larger difference by tapping into the local resources in Wuhan at HUST. Lu’s team has already generated 16,000 knockout mouse lines in a systematic attempt to dissect out the function of genes expressed in the brain, and a new research building is already underway (scheduled for completion in 2016) to house this vast resource. Lu has also secured 170 million yuan (US$26 million) in funding to recruit top research talent, mainly through the government’s Thousand Young Talents Program. “In two years,” predicts Lu, “there will be more Thousand Young Talents Program scholars in Wuhan than in Shanghai.”

Funding and resources are not an issue for doing scientific research in China. The real challenge is “to be able to identify and study important questions [that are at the forefront] of science,” says Lu. For young scientists starting a career in China, Lu has two important pieces of advice: be willing to change and improve the research environment and do not single-mindedly focus on publishing papers. He encourages young scientists at his institute to spend more time on innovative thinking and to avoid chasing hot topics or doing incremental experiments. For scientists looking to relocate to China, Lu suggests visiting prospective institutes multiple times to really understand the environment and the support offered, because every institute in China has a unique culture.

Finding coastal connections

By building connections with the more established coastal region, Xi’an-based Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) hopes to boost its status via an expansion at Research Development Institute in Shenzhen (RDIS) in Guangdong Province under the guidance of Dean Shang Peng.

The economic reforms of the 1980s in China led to conditions that limited growth in the technology sector in “special economy zones” like Shenzhen. Though private investments and the entrepreneurial spirit were plentiful in Shenzhen, its economy was almost entirely based on manufactured exports, with little focus on technology and innovation. To ensure the city’s long-term success, the Shenzhen municipal government began inviting universities to bring technology, higher-education curricula, and scholars to the area. In 1999, NPU and other major Chinese universities began setting up satellite campuses, such as RDIS, in Shenzhen. NPU has long been a leader in aerospace science and engineering education in China and thus made these fields the focus of RDIS. In return, NPU gained access to venture capital–backed tech transfer resources and the entrepreneurial know-how in Shenzhen.

Last year, NPU received an empty plot of land within a designated high-tech zone, prompting the university to expand RDIS into a full-fledged research and development center. Shang is now tasked with the major expansion. He already has a track record of success after having built the School of Life Science and a key laboratory at the NPU from scratch. With a background in biomedical engineering and pharmacology, Shang joined NPU 10 years ago to construct the school at a university that specialized mainly in airplanes and rockets. Over the past decade, research in extreme-environment biology, gravitational biology, and aerospace medicine, such as bone metabolism during space flight, has flourished under Shang’s guidance.

At the newly expanded RDIS, “apart from focus on the research and development of unmanned aerial vehicles for civil use, human health research will be another new major focus,” explains Shang. NPU will build a 28-story research facility with 50,000 square meters of floor space on the new plot. Establishing this coastal connection with Shenzhen is “good for NPU in terms of recruitment, technology transfer, industrialization, and internationalization,” says Shang, but it is mutually beneficial in that central China in turn “helps recruit high-level talent and supplies educational resources to the coast.” In addition, he sees new concepts—such as entrepreneurship, teamwork, resilience to failure, and service-oriented operations—and access to venture capital flowing back to Xi’an, which further elevates the academic profile of NPU.

Building a “sponge city”

Xianyang, the ancient capital of the Qin dynasty, is a small city west of Xi’an. Against this historical backdrop, contemporary urban planning concepts are being used to build five new cities between Xi’an and Xianyang—collectively called the “Xixian New Area”—to accommodate the growing population and attract technology investments to the region. The arid climate and archaeological sites present unique challenges for new development in this area.

One such place, the Fengxi New City, is designed as a 143-square-kilometer high-tech park and an urban service center. “We have taken the latest urban development concepts to plan Fengxi New City from scratch,” says Kang Zhenfeng, deputy director of the managing committee for Fengxi New City. The city plan is plotted with parks and green belts at the center to avoid the type of concentric sprawl found in Beijing and many other Chinese cities that are plagued by traffic and air pollution. Other innovative concepts have been adapted to facilitate ecological preservation, green-energy use, and rainwater conservation. The latter is particularly important in northern China because of the uneven rainfall between the rainy and dry seasons. “We have designed a ‘sponge city’ that uniquely fits the climate of northern China, with an underground reservoir and an extensive network of collection ducts to save rainwater for the dry season,” says Kang. With a high-tech city in mind, the planners of Fengxi New City have laid a network of conduits for electrical and data cables underneath the roads, eliminating the need to dig in the future.

“Fengxi New City strives to lead in China in terms of urban planning,” says Kang, and the innovations have already created a very attractive environment for the type of high-tech companies intended for the area, such as Microsoft and China Telecom. Fengxi is offering comprehensive packages to attract more tech companies, especially those in the areas of cloud computing and big data. It also partners with universities in nearby Xi’an to further strengthen the pool of highly skilled labor in information technology. “Sponge city” is not just a literal design that balances rainfall between seasons, but also a vivid metaphor for the area’s ability to absorb investments and talent from other regions of China and all over the world.

Incubating high-tech startups

Technology recruitment is also taking place in other ancient cities within central China. In Zhengzhou, Ma Gencan, director of the National High-Tech Incubator in the Zhengzhou National Economic and Technological Development Zone (ZNETDZ), has set his 2015 priority as talent recruitment. Despite ZNETDZ’s success, “the challenge in front of us is a shortage of talent and resources for science education,” he says.

Since its inception in 1993, ZNETDZ has successfully established the city as a pivotal distribution hub for goods to all major Chinese markets by taking advantage of its central location and extensive network of railroads, highways, and airlines that all converge in the area. In 2013, a cargo train began running from Zhengzhou through western China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, and Poland to Hamburg, Germany. This train moves Chinese exports to Europe and returns with automobiles and other goods for the growing Chinese consumer market. The train has cut the transportation time for European goods coming in from several weeks to 15 days and has greatly enhanced safety. As a result, Zhengzhou is now the largest automobile manufacturing and distribution center in China.

The High-Tech Incubator within ZNETDZ was established in 1998 to offer policy, funding, and consulting services to (the now over 500) startups and to help them commercialize nascent technology products. Focusing on three key areas—sustainability technology, information technology, and health care—and armed with funding support from the provincial government, Ma is actively recruiting top tech experts from abroad and other regions in China. “More importantly, the region needs to keep local talent from migrating out,” he says. Recruiting and retaining talent is more critical than ever as technology investments begin to come back to the region and demand more support from the local talent pool.

It may be true that, by many objective measures, central China still lags behind other regions in terms of scientific research, science education, and technological investments. However, with its rich culture, abundant labor force, and central location between major cities, central China is poised to become a new center of scientific capital and technological innovation in the near future.

iFoneMate Software Recovers iPhone Deleted Photos

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Global Shareware provides free downloads for data recovery software. The software is designed to recover lost files from iPhone and iPad devices.

PRESS RELEASE: Austin TX, 29-SEPTEMBER-2015 – GlobalShareware is pleased to offer a free download for its iFoneMate software. Using the iPhone data recovery software allows users to recover deleted photos on iPhone. iPhone users are often horrified when something happens and a cherished or irreplaceable batch of photos, files, data or contact information. With the simple-to-use software iPhone photo recovery is a simple three step process which can be done even by those who are not tech savvy.

Use of the iFoneMate is compatible with iOS 8 devices, which includes iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The download for the iPhone data recovery software is free. In addition to photos and data, iFoneMate supports the retrieval of iPhone messages, call logs, videos, contacts, notes, SMS and calendar entries.

Users who need to learn how to restore lost photos from iPhone can go to the website and download the free software. The instructions for recovery are provided in a simple one-two-three process. The data recovery software works on iPhones and iPads which support iOS 8. The software allows for recovery of data from iOS devices, iTunes backup or iCloud backup.

Whichever recovery mode is selected, the iFoneMate should be downloaded and installed on the computer. The device with the lost data should be connected to the computer to access the data interface. The device is scanned to locate the lost data. The data is automatically scanned to find and analyze any files of interest. Alternatively, the “recover all” option can be selected. All the recovered files will be displayed. The ones of interest can be recovered by using the “recover to PC” option.

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Global Shareware
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(512) 314-0000
Email: support@globalshareware.com
Website: http://www.globalshareware.com/ or http://www.globalshareware.com/ifonemate/

Does Video Enhance Predictive Search?

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Google introduced auto-complete more than 10 years ago, so predictive search has been a staple of search engines seemingly forever. But since YouTube has become the second largest search engine, predictive search has spread to video as well.

Travelzoo, a publisher of travel deals that also works as a search engine, recently put out a series of videos, #tzootips, focused on things like the best time of year to travel to Thailand, the cheapest night of the week to stay in a hotel, and when to fly to avoid delays. In their own way, the videos are predictive, answering the kinds of questions consumers would search on Google.

“There’s always push and pull with information,” says Justin Soffer, vice president of marketing at Travelzoo. “A lot of what search is, is people pulling – meaning they’re looking for something specific. What videos are doing is more of a push, telling people what to look for and showing them things.”

He adds that video is generally more personal than written content, since viewers are able to see and hear someone. That makes video particularly persuasive, which adds to its value in the search space, in addition to giving Travelzoo a boost in authority.

“Say someone saw [the video about the best day to stay in a hotel] and then next week, they want to plan a trip with their friends,” Soffer says. “Maybe they otherwise would have chosen to go Friday or Saturday, but after seeing that video they changed their search to Sunday night. It’s a very persuasive platform to share information and that impacts search activity as well.”

Greg Jarboe, president of SEO-PR, believes that video can enhance predictive search. In order for search marketers to best leverage it, he recommends going on Google Trends and checking out the evergreen search terms.

“When you’re putting together a campaign, it doesn’t hurt to know if my search term here is one that has legs,” Jarboe says. “If I’m going to create video around something – and if someone searches for something you’ve got, shame on you if you don’t have a video that tells them you’ve got it – I want people to find it, not just when it goes up but next year too.”

Ryan Johnson, director of search at Chicago content agency Imagination Publishing, also believes video can enhance predictive search but in a different way. Johnson thinks video can be indirectly beneficial, since it can give you a rankings boost, as Google tends to prioritize sites with rich media. In addition, the increasing popularity of both voice search and how-to videos intersect at predictive search. The way most people talk, they’re more likely to ask Siri or Cortana a question, rather than make a statement.

That query increases the likelihood of a how-to video being at the top of the SERP. Johnson adds that many search marketers seem to be moving toward problem-based searches.


“The move toward problem-based searches seems, at least in part, to be predictive, and tied to the idea of people thinking about how they search for things,” Johnson says. “You wouldn’t use video to look up the best electronics store in Chicago, but you would use video to ask, ‘How do I do something?’ or ‘What does this do?’

“Moving forward, you’re probably going to see more video content being written for predictive search, and more and more YouTube videos come up in searches,” he adds. “The nature of video and the way in which people use video gives you an advantage.”

Finally, affordable smart watches that can replace your phone

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The worldwide telecoms company, WorldSIM, have branched out into travel gadgets and have announced the release of their new smart watch.

Unlike other smart watches the WorldSIMNeuvo Smart Watchenables users to use their SIM card inside, meaning the wearer can leave their phone at home.  This affordable design is packed with unique features and could even replace a smart phone – particularly useful while exercising, travelling or being out for the evening.

What’s really different about the WorldSIM Neuvosmart watch is the impressive 380mah battery capacity, up to 32GB expandable memory, make and receive calls, SMS and the ability to search the web through the built in browser.  As well as being very affordable, the Neuvo smart watch has also has plenty of features similar to the leading brands including the ability to see email notifications, make and answer calls, send SMS and manage their fitness.

The Neuvo smart watch comes with an international SIM card inside so users can benefit from free international roaming in almost 100 countries as well as reduced SMS and data rates worldwide.  Travellers can access everything they need from these smart watches including the internet, music, calls, data, camera and even video so they can leave their phone at their hotel if they want.
Arif Reza, WorldSIM’s CEO commented “This is a game changer for many travellers and an exciting new step forward for WorldSIM.  Staying ahead of customer needs is what makes us unique; innovation is the core part of our business and always will be.”

WorldSIM Neuvosmart watches went on sale today andare available in three different colours.RRP £54.99.For your chance to win one you can enter the WorldSIM competition.

About WorldSIM
WorldSIM are pioneers in international roaming and over the past 10 years they have developed a range of travel products to reduce the costs of staying connected whilst abroad. With a unique approach, WorldSIM are able to save travellers up to 85% on their roaming charges, data roaming and international calls.

Contact Person: Andrea Crome
Company Name: WorldSIM
Tel: 0203 608 7714
Email: press@worldsim.com
Website: www.worldsim.com
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Taken Offline: Years in Prison for a Love of Technology

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Writing a letter with a pen has an odd feeling in a digital age. You pick your words carefully, without a delete key. You urge your hands to recall their best handwriting. You ponder about forms of address and how much space to leave; should I fill the page, or sign off half-way down?

The last time I wrote a letter was to the Syrian technologist, Bassel Khartabil. I had to write a letter, because Bassel’s not online right now, despite being an enthusiastic adopter of new technology when it reached his home town of Damascus. Bassel’s not online, because he was arrested and thrown in jail for his love of the Internet and free culture, and has now been incarcerated for over three and a half years.

Bassel was seized by Syrian security in March 2012, during the earlier days of the Syrian civil war. With his contributions to Wikipedia and open source, with his enthusiastic support of Damascus’ hackerspace, and leadership of Creative Commons Syria, Bassel was a prominent figure online. That, apparently, made him a threat to the Assad government. Now he sits in a Adra prison, offline, as the war he had no part in explodes around him. Earlier this month, opposition forces seized control of one part of the prison, placing him directly on the frontline of the conflict.

The trend of governments to treat technologists and technology users as unpredictable threats who need to be taken offline is on the rise. Every week sees new incidents of arrests and detentions on the basis of ignorance or suspicion of new technology and its users. From the experience of teenager Ahmed Mohamed in Irving, Texas, to the recent detention by Iranian police of tech entrepreneur Arash Zad, users end up harassed or detained in part because of their “dangerous” knowledge of tech.

Hence, Offline: our new contribution to sharing the stories of imprisoned technologists and technology users.

Stories like Saeed Malekpour, a Canadian web developer seized by plain clothes officers while visiting Tehran, tortured and sentenced to life imprisonment for writing code that was re-used without his knowledge on a pornography site. The Zone 9 Bloggers, currently facing charges of terrorism partly because of their attempts to learn and use encryption. Alaa Abd El Fattah, an activist and coder who organized Linux installfests in Egypt and used his knowledge of free software and the web to protest in the Arab Spring, before his persecution and imprisonment by the new Egyptian regime. Eskinder Nega, an old-school Ethiopian journalist whose defiant adoption of online publishing led to a final sentence of eighteen years in prison.

Our cases just scratch the surface of this growing problem. Organizations like Global Voices Advocacy, the Committee to Protect Journalists, the Committee on International Freedom of Scientists, IFEX and the Media Legal Defence Initiative are collectively tracking hundreds of cases of bloggers, online writers, scientists and technologists who are unjustly detained around the world. Each of these groups work to raise awareness and provide legal, financial and logistical support to prisoners, and their friends and family.

Every effort to highlight these cases helps. Over the years, we’ve heard directly from prisoners like Bassel that international attention gets results. Prisoners whose cases attract publicity are less likely to be mistreated, and more likely to be released early. De-mystifying and explaining who these people really are can help dilute the suspicion or ignorance that technology users face everywhere. By defending these prisoners, you can help prevent others from being targeted in the same way.

Users of the Internet make friends across the world, and all of our cases have a network of supporters who now campaign for their release. You’ll find ways to assist these campaigns on every page of Offline. Your support of their work — whether it’s contacting your country’s embassy to lobby for these individual’s release, spreading their story, or just writing them a letter — may well transform a fellow users’ life.

As Bassel wrote in his own letter to his supporters from prison, “I can not find words to describe my feelings about everything you did for me. What you did saved me and changed my situation [for the] better.” Being offline should never mean being forgotten.

Choetech, A Market Leader in USB and Wireless Charging Industry Is Amongst The Top Sellers Wireless Charger Brand In Most E-Commerce Websites

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Investing and Working in the Research and Development of new stuffs in the USB and Wireless charging field, Choetech released the world’s first 3rd party fast charge wireless charger for Note 5/S6 edge+, with 10W output which could charge Note 5 in just 2 hours

Shenzhen, China(15-September-2015)– CHOETECH is a leading brand in manufacturing Chargers for Android as well as iOS based Smartphones, Tablets and Phablets.  It offers a wide range of Wireless, Dual USB and Multiport USB chargers for Smartphones and tablets at an affordable price with complete quality assurance. It develops Wireless charging pads and receivers, USB charger, Car charger, Mobile Power bank and Solar Charger.

Choe Technology is amongst the first picks in all e-commerce websites, like Amazon, Alibaba making it the top sellers in wireless charging industry. Its products like RADED Qi Wireless charger, T513 Stadium 3-coil Qi wireless charger, Multi 6-ports USB charger are the market hot sells, with their powerful, swift and sustainable charging facility.  It was the first company in the world to release 3rd party fast charge wireless charger for Note 5/S6 edge+, with 10w output which could charge Note 5 in just 2 hours

Choe Technology leads the market in device compatibility, retail availability, technological advancement, consumer experience and brand. Its energy-efficient wireless chargers come in all shapes, sizes and colors, to compliment and match the different types of phones. All the wireless chargers are Qi-compatible, which offers an ease and freedom of using any type of wireless charger. For more information about this fast charge wireless charger, please visit here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B015351V9U/

About Choetech:
It was established in the year 2012 in response to the development of wireless charging technology and explosion of electronic devices flooding today’s market along with fulfilment of growing need to provide a simple, smart, efficient and clutter-free approach for powering devices.

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iFoneMate iPhone Data Recovery Software Capitalizes on Billion Dollar Industry

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New Software Helps iPhone Owners Retrieve Valuable Data from iOS 8 Devices

NEW YORK – According to an article in The Washington Post, consumers have spent billions to repair and replace damaged iPhones. iFoneMate, a new iPhone message recovery software for the iPhone and iPad is now capitalizing on this growing market.

The software helps consumers who have damaged or lost their devices to recover deleted text messages on iPhones, as well as messages, call logs, notes, photos, videos, text messages, calendar data and more. The software is compatible with both Windows and Mac and is available as a free download.

For more information about iFoneMate iPhone recovery software, visit www.globalshareware.com/ifonemate.

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Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburgh Becomes A Top Notch WordPress Blog

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Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburghis fast becoming a popular wordpress website where bloggers are finding a unique experience in blogging, editing and deleting contents and sharing with others with option for likes.

WordPress.com welcomes all to Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburgh, which is now a top notch wordpress.com site where readers can start blogging and editing for modifying or deleting or even starting a new posting. Readers can share their experience with this site and tell others why they started blogging and what they plan to do in future. This post is an example of a perfect page which can be displayed on the front page of any blog in order to make the content timeless and absorbing. Logging onto https://stevenwadedundee.wordpress.com, readers can be the first to like and share and leave a reply. They can also go through the recent posts and search for archives from the list mentioned which include those of June 2012.

Categories of posts include Dundee, Edinburgh and those which are uncategorized. Readers can also register and log in to view posts and edit, or even publish new posts, which can be really exciting, especially when being liked by others. Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburghis now a top class wordpress site which is having increasing numbers of followers. Entries RSS and comments RSS can also be accessible when at this wordpress.com site. WordPress.com has amply demonstrated how great websites can be created like the Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburgh, where followers can have a unique experience in blogging. WordPress has shown how absorbing and compelling websites can be created and this site is no exception. Blogging on such websites is becoming popular day by day with bloggers having new experience in sharing with others and liked by many. Comments can also be made at this site with options for deleting or editing. More details are available at https://stevenwadedundee.wordpress.com/. Hello World is also one of the r4ecent posts that can be read at this site.

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Steven Wade Dundee and Edinburgh is a wordpress site which allows happy blogging with options to delete and edit comments being made.

Repeated Spammers to Get Harsher Penalties From Google

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Google is issuing harsher penalties to websites that spam repeatedly.

The company has extensive Webmaster Guidelines around design and content, technical factors, and quality, the latter of which mandates that you “make pages primarily for users, not for search engines” and “avoid tricks intended to improve search engine rankings.” Some banned practices include automatically generated content, link schemes, pages without original content, hidden text and links, and loading pages with irrelevant keywords.

According to Google Inside Search’s “Fighting Spam” page, the most common type of spam is “pure spam,” resulting in nearly 200,000 actions per month. Pure spam is defined as a site that aggressively utilizes multiple spamming techniques at once.

Google is specifically referring to the actions issued manually by Google Search Quality representatives, and not algorithmic actions that occur automatically through Penguin and Panda. After fixing their sites, webmasters are free to send reconsideration requests, with many manual actions ultimately being revoked.

However, webmasters that received a Manual Action notification based on an unnatural link to another site may nofollow the link, then delete the nofollow after successfully being reconsidered. A Google Webmaster Central blog post commented this morning, “Such repeated violations may make a successful reconsideration process more difficult to achieve. Especially when the repeated violation is done with a clear intention to spam, further action may be taken on the site.”

The blog post ends with, “In order to avoid such situations, we recommend that webmasters avoid violating our Webmaster Guidelines, let alone repeating it.” Though Google has acknowledged that repeat violators are rare, the company’s message still boils down to: don’t be foolish enough to break the rules more than once.

Google hasn’t been explicit about the consequences for such violators, but possibilities include having to wait longer to get out of the penalties, drops in PageRank, or removal from the indexed search results altogether.

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