The internet allows people to communicate wherever they are, whenever they want. It's a place that any kind of information can spread.
Profanity, swearing, blasphemous and obscene language. The web has no shortage of them.
But when it comes to monetization with Google through its humongous advertising network, bad words are bad.
On the web and mobile, traffic matters a lot. The more traffic something generates, the greater the chances it has in capturing visitors' interest and actions, which in turn will give them more chances in making sales and income
Gone are the days of creating and developing websites with static pages.
A battery's capacity is only limited to its size and the technology (material) being used to make it. In this world where people are connected to the internet, this can be a problem.
And this makes manufacturers face a dilemma.
While most online communications have shifted to social media networks and messaging platforms, a lot of people still use emails.
If compared to its younger counterparts, emails can be considered a relic from the past. But still, emails do have a number of advantages.
Most people probably leave their phone on all the time. The only times their phone is off, is either when they don't want to be disturbed, or when the phone ran out of charge.
Google is the search engine giant of the web. No search engine is larger than Google, and nothing is stopping it from growing.