Archive | June, 2015

What Is Bounce Rate & Exit Rate

30 Jun

 Bounce Rate and Exit Rate .


Matt Cutts : Google to block all web sites and domains except for

23 Jun

In a shocking announcement earlier today, Google SEO ‘baron’, Matt Cutts, announced the immediate roll-out of Google Wolf 1.0.

Substituting cute names like Google Panda, and Google Penguin, the new Google Wolf 1.0 removes all web sites, domains, links and other useless content from Google.

The only result to remain on Google, will be, along with links to Gmail services.

According to Matt Cutts, this adjustment of SEO visibility has been his long term plan as a Google engineer, thus ending all speculations about his active participation at the world’s biggest search engine.

“I am back from a long sabbatical, and there are many great things to be accomplished in the coming months, stay tuned!” exclaimed Matt Cutts.

Playing down concerns about his own web site,, not being up to par for conforming to Google-mandated, mobile-friendly standards, Matt Cutts responded:

“You know, it doesn’t really matter anymore, as only is now on Google. It was a small sacrifice I had to make for the Company.”

In future weeks, every single link on Google to web sites, domain names and other such useless content, will be replaced to links within itself.



Twitter Announcement: Removing the 140 character limit from Direct Messages.

12 Jun

You will soon be able to send much longer direct messages on Twitter.

The site plans to remove the 140-character limit on its direct messaging feature in July, the company revealed in a post on its developer forum on Thursday.



A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to Mashable the character limit would be changing sometime in July but declined to provide more specific timing. The character limit for regular tweets, which is also 140, will remain in place.


“You may be wondering what this means for the public side of Twitter,” Sachin Agarwal, Twitter’s product manager for direct messages, wrote in the post on Thursday. “Nothing! Tweets will continue to be the 140 characters they are today.”


Twitter is making your conversations easier to follow

9 Jun

you’ve ever got lost trying to keep up with a fast-moving conversation on Twitter, this update is for you.

Twitter announced changes on Monday to how conversations will appear on the social media platform.

SEE ALSO: Silicon Valley: There’s a case for Google buying Twitter

Recognizing that real-time conversations sparked by a single Tweet can often be hard to follow, Twitter has decided to group related conversations under the original Tweet, and also highlight notable exchanges.

It will prioritize certain online discussions, taking into account factors such as whether the original Twitter account replied. There’s also a “view other replies” button if you want to see more from the Tweet storm.

From Monday, users of the Twitter website who have logged out and back into the service should be able see Tweets that are part of one conversation joined by a blue line on a Tweet page.