Nestle, a Swiss company announced today that they had a 69.4percent profit in the year 2008. The year 2008 and the beginning of the year 2009 so far is considered as the worst recession the world is facing today. Each company around the world, no matter what they produce or what services they provide were having the greatest downfall on the sales and services.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a new technique introduced a couple of years back in time. The main purpose of SEO is to make your website appear in the top 10 or 20 results on search engine result pages. Google played a very important role in all this by setting up some standards for websites designing and developing. Google being the top search engine on the Internet hold a kind of minoply over the Internet. Today I would like to shed a light on search engine optimization that why everyone is running for it?
During this last decade the Internet related computer industry grew bigger and bigger on hourly basis. The following image can show you the growth rate of Websites on the Internet over the last few years.
Nokia has today announced that they will now leave the market of Japan and will not sell or market any nokia product in Japan. Nokia claimed that the sales in Japanese market of the past years is not what they were expecting. To give a little clearer picture of what they meant by withdrawing from Japan means that only their sale and marketing of new nokia products will not be made in Japan anymore. Whereas the Nokia’s luxury mobile phone brand Vertu (Vertu brand is counted among the most expensive mobile phone sets) will still be sold in the Japanese mobile market. On the other hand the research and development process will also remain in Japan.
Timo Ihamuotila, the executive vice president of Nokia made the following statement: “In the current global economic climate, we have concluded that the continuation of our investment in Japan-specific product variants is no longer sustainable.”
Since last one month there were on-going rumors that Google might end up the deal with Yahoo! Google was surving Google Ads in Yahoo! Search Engine for the last four months. Today Google’s senior VP David Drummond announced on his blog that Google is no longer going to continue with the partnership deal with Yahoo!
At Web 2.0 summit in San Francisco, California, Yahoo’s chief executive Jerry Yang said “To this day the best thing for Microsoft to do is buy Yahoo….”. This statement of Yahoo’s top leading executive once again shook the Internet and IT Industry.
There is a little change in the interface of the Google Analytics dashboard page. It is just not the interface change but a new feature has been added to it. Now you can easily see the increase and drop of traffic on your websites with a little red or green arrow. Red downwards arrow shows the drop of traffic on your website and the Green upwards arrow shows the increase in your traffic. You can customize the time period for it, like you can see in last week was your traffic increasing or decreasing.