Facebook launched Instant Games back in the late 2016, its own gaming feature where users can play casual games straight within its News Feed and Messenger app.
Your domain is a part of your brand identity As a website owner, the last thing you probably expect, is having your domain name stolen.
Thousands of domain names get stolen every day, and many of them are sold at a high price to whoever want them. Never let yours be one of them.
You cannot afford to be on the list of people losing their domain names under avoidable circumstances. Domain names are often the very valuable assets that must be protected. If you lose your domain, your entire business could go down.
Blogs are everywhere. From personal to small businesses and even large corporation, they all may have blogs that are meant to highlight certain things they want to show off.
With more people using the internet, blogs still have a special place in the ecosystem. Becoming more influential than traditional and non-informative websites, blogs can relate knowledge and experience in a way that is more personal and appealing.
To become a credible blogger, you need to first make yourself "credible".
As the internet expands to more places, more people are becoming increasingly aware of the technology and information it brings. These gave birth to terms like "netizens, "internauts" and "cybernauts".
The three words are analogous, but they have their own connotations. They are meant to describe the population of the internet, based on their skills, knowledge and experience, as well as referring the users on different occasion and audience.
What is this feeling when you browse to some websites' products pages. Among the ways to influence visitors to purchase something, like now, is to put a bit of urgency.
Putting some urgency to your website can do wonders. The reason for this is because the sense of urgency increases value. Without it, desire will fade.
There was a time when personal and private things can be stored offline behind doors, locked inside closets or inside a safe box. But data, that seems to be impossible, especially with the increasing amount of them generated, and with the availability of the internet.
We're creating a massive amount of data, whether we want it or not.
From our smartphones, PCs, laptops, thumb drives to practically dozens of online services we've registered ourselves. They all contribute to how and where our data and information are stored.
It's worth wondering whether you need to submit your newly made website to search engines in order for them to know its presence.
For a quick answer, it's a no. You don't need to submit your website manually to search engines because they have evolved to become better, making that task not anymore necessary. There was a time when you manual submission was recommended and worth doing.
But not anymore.
Social media is a booming trend, a powerful tool widely used to connect people from around the world in a fast and easy manner.
Many people use their social media account for various things: from sharing their personal lives to the friends and to the wider public, as well as connecting with colleagues and also family members. Not limited to them, they are also using social media for their professional lives.
With billions of users actively using them, anything is there. For that reason, anything can also go wrong.