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How to Avoid Getting Sandboxed With These Fail Safe Anchor Texts

Posted on 24 January 2014

A couple of months ago, Google launched Penguin 1.0 resulting to thousands of blogs and websites getting de-indexed in the search engine database. The algorithm adjustment challenges many SEO techniques as well as internet marketers. The fear of backlash and recovery period also seems to discourage plenty of internet marketers. However, some have taken up the challenge and research was made on how the new algorithm affects SEO and how one can work with the changes. Although there were no particular data where a new SEO technique can survive the onslaught, one thing though seems to standout – anchor text diversity.

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Web Applications To Look Forward To In 2014

Posted on 3 January 2014

To start the New Year, we have compiled various web applications that web developers would look forward to in 2014. These applications would certainly make life easier for many of us especially those who are into mobility as BYOD is making an impact in the industry. 


Geographical location is one restriction that many people have complained about especially when it comes to data access, thanks to the development of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) movements; this limitation is no longer a problem. Business individuals and other professionals can now use their own devices to access their company’s information even if they are in remote places. Although there are some problems associated with this especially when it concerns budgeting and setting up a secured environment, nonetheless, it is a fact that one can no longer ignore.

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