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10/06/2015

Urgent Requirement Of #AndroidDeveloper
Company Name: Rank-up Technologies.
Job Profile: We require an android developer with a minimum experience of 6 months. The candidates should have good command on Java and XML.
No. of Positions: 1
Education: B.Tech, BCA, MCA.
Experience: 6 month - 2 Years.
Salary: 12,000 - 20,000 Rs/ Monthly
Job Location:Lucknow.
Interested candidates can contact me on 08960199858. You can come for the interview at Rank-up Technologies, F Block -11/260, C-Part, III Floor, Sahil Manzil, Raja Ji Puram, Lucknow between 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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08/16/2015

Rank Up Technologies requires a qualified experienced android developer.
Organization - Rank Up Technologies Lucknow
Basic skills - Android application development, Android SDK
Experience Required - 2-4 years
CTC - 2.0 - 3.2 LPA
Responsibilities:-
Design and build advanced e-Commerce application for the Android.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship new features.
Work in dynamic environment to deliver at fast pace.
Develop Application of quality with reliability and performance.
Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency.
Desired Skill Set:-
For Android: Strong Java skills with good knowledge of the Android SDK.
Experience with mobile development issues related to performance optimization, caching, security, and native hardware components
Strong OOPS, OS concepts - threads, data structure, networking, RDBMS, SQL and XML.
Good knowledge of MySQL.
Experience with web front-end development frameworks such as HTML5 and Javascript.
Experience with JSON, SOAP, Rest, XML and XHTML.
Good organizational and problem solving skills.
Contact Name - Shashi Kant Srivastava
Contact Number - 8960199858

The Increasing Popularity of Cyber Monday, Online Shopping & EcommerceBlack FridayThis one you've probably heard of befo...
12/02/2013

The Increasing Popularity of Cyber Monday, Online Shopping & Ecommerce


Black Friday
This one you've probably heard of before... it's the day after American Thanksgiving. It marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Many brick-and-mortar stores open up early and offer wild deals that are similar to, or even bigger than "Boxing Day" sales which you may be familiar with. The left side of the cartoon accurately depicts the chaos often found in stores on Black Friday.

Cyber Monday
This is the Monday immediately following Black Friday. Cyber Monday works on the same principle as Black Friday, except that it occurs online only. See the right side of the cartoon above? That's Cyber Monday. Ecommerce stores (like most of the stores on Shopify) offer amazing deals that customers can take advantage of in the comfort of their own home.

In 2005, Shop.org coined the term “Cyber Monday” after analyzing increased Internet traffic and sales on the first day that most people return to work after the holiday weekend.

Since its inception, online consumers have started to spread the word about Cyber Monday. Between 2006 and 2011, online sales doubled to over 1.2 billion dollars on Cyber Monday. The success of Cyber Monday has made itself known all around the world, including Canada, the United Kingdom, and all over Europe.

Many online retailers have taken advantage of this upsurge in consumer spending by offering discounts, incentives, savings options, and free shipping. Shop.org originally coined “Cyber Monday” as a marketing term to promote business on an already busy day. Online retail stores have not limited their sales and discounts only for Cyber Monday; however, they certainly have started to capitalize on its popularity by marketing early in the season. While Cyber Monday offers unbeatable discounts, online retailers will still promote sales throughout the holiday season.

Online retailers promote Cyber Monday using a variety of Internet marketing strategies, including smart phone advertisements. Comparison shoppers with smart phones connected to the Internet can easily find the hottest deals with the press of a button. Many online retailers have apps that allow smart phone users to look up products in their store. As a result, the buyer has an opportunity to explore other online stores for steeper bargains. In addition, this breeds fierce competition that grants online shoppers discounts not found in brick-and-mortar stores on Black Friday.


The Internet serves as more than a sales channel. In fact, many consumers use the Internet to research products before they go out to buy them at brick-and-mortar stores. As a result, major retailers have established an online presence simply as a marketing tool for in-store bargains. The same concept applies on Cyber Monday for online shoppers who simply want to peruse catalogs in hopes of purchasing items later. In-store consumers may also seek out deals for items that they could not purchase on Black Friday. Other consumers may want to look and feel the product upfront before they purchase on the Internet on Cyber Monday. Many retailers promote online sales in their brick-and-mortar stores, and in-store sales on their business websites. Retailers have sent email coupons to promote online and in-store deals through newsletters. Email coupons contain special codes redeemable at the time of purchase. Retailers may also use QR codes for online shoppers to use while shopping in their brick-and-mortar stores.

12/02/2013

The Increasing Popularity of Cyber Monday, Online Shopping & Ecommerce

Black Friday
This one you've probably heard of before... it's the day after American Thanksgiving. It marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Many brick-and-mortar stores open up early and offer wild deals that are similar to, or even bigger than "Boxing Day" sales which you may be familiar with. The left side of the cartoon accurately depicts the chaos often found in stores on Black Friday.

Cyber Monday
This is the Monday immediately following Black Friday. Cyber Monday works on the same principle as Black Friday, except that it occurs online only. See the right side of the cartoon above? That's Cyber Monday. Ecommerce stores (like most of the stores on Shopify) offer amazing deals that customers can take advantage of in the comfort of their own home.

In 2005, Shop.org coined the term “Cyber Monday” after analyzing increased Internet traffic and sales on the first day that most people return to work after the holiday weekend.

Since its inception, online consumers have started to spread the word about Cyber Monday. Between 2006 and 2011, online sales doubled to over 1.2 billion dollars on Cyber Monday. The success of Cyber Monday has made itself known all around the world, including Canada, the United Kingdom, and all over Europe.

Many online retailers have taken advantage of this upsurge in consumer spending by offering discounts, incentives, savings options, and free shipping. Shop.org originally coined “Cyber Monday” as a marketing term to promote business on an already busy day. Online retail stores have not limited their sales and discounts only for Cyber Monday; however, they certainly have started to capitalize on its popularity by marketing early in the season. While Cyber Monday offers unbeatable discounts, online retailers will still promote sales throughout the holiday season.

Online retailers promote Cyber Monday using a variety of Internet marketing strategies, including smart phone advertisements. Comparison shoppers with smart phones connected to the Internet can easily find the hottest deals with the press of a button. Many online retailers have apps that allow smart phone users to look up products in their store. As a result, the buyer has an opportunity to explore other online stores for steeper bargains. In addition, this breeds fierce competition that grants online shoppers discounts not found in brick-and-mortar stores on Black Friday.

The Internet serves as more than a sales channel. In fact, many consumers use the Internet to research products before they go out to buy them at brick-and-mortar stores. As a result, major retailers have established an online presence simply as a marketing tool for in-store bargains. The same concept applies on Cyber Monday for online shoppers who simply want to peruse catalogs in hopes of purchasing items later. In-store consumers may also seek out deals for items that they could not purchase on Black Friday. Other consumers may want to look and feel the product upfront before they purchase on the Internet on Cyber Monday. Many retailers promote online sales in their brick-and-mortar stores, and in-store sales on their business websites. Retailers have sent email coupons to promote online and in-store deals through newsletters. Email coupons contain special codes redeemable at the time of purchase. Retailers may also use QR codes for online shoppers to use while shopping in their brick-and-mortar stores.

11/19/2013

Was There A Google Update On November 14th?

Some of the automated tracking tools for detecting shifts in Google's search results and thus showing evidence of a Google update went haywire on Thursday, November 14th.

Mozcast reported 102 degrees, which means a major change in the search results. SERPs.com also showed higher than normal changes, as did SERP Metrics. But Algoroo and DigitalPoints ranking (see right side bar) show very little changes in the changes.

I normally see a large spike in chatter (as you know I like to call it) in the online discussion forums and social media areas when Google makes major ranking changes. But I honestly saw very little chatter.

The ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has maybe one or two people asking if there was an update around November 15th. The other forums are pretty dead around that date. In fact, the Google Webmaster Help forums has even less chatter than normal on those dates. If there was a major update, I would have seen tons of threads and complaints but I did not, nor did I see any delayed complaints over the weekend.

Facebook Pushes New Like & Share Blue Buttons Facebook announced they are pushing out a new style for their Like & Share...
11/08/2013

Facebook Pushes New Like & Share Blue Buttons

Facebook announced they are pushing out a new style for their Like & Share buttons across the web. I noticed it on this site a few days ago, they are blue and they really stood out from the original look.

Facebook said:

Today, we're introducing a new design for both Like and Share to help people share more great content across the web. We're already seeing a favorable increase in Likes and Shares with the new design and will be rolling these buttons out to everyone in the coming weeks.


Sites, like this one, will be automatically upgraded to the new design.

Here are pictures of the new design:

09/07/2013

Only 7% Claim Full Recovery From Google's Penguin 2.0 Update

Yesterday we covered the poll results of those impacted by Penguin 2.0 and today I wanted to share the results from our June poll asking how many of you recovered from the Penguin 2.0 update.
We had over 600 responses to the poll and 68% said they did not recover, why 17% said they partially recovered and 7% said they fully recovered. 8% said it did not apply to them.
You can compare this to our Penguin 2013 survey from the Penguin 1.0 update recoveries showing only 9% said they fully recovered. The numbers and percentages aren't all that different between 2.0 and 1.0 recovery responses.
The truth is, I don't know if Google rank any Penguin update between 2.0 and the time I ran this poll. That being said, I don't know how anyone could recover from Penguin 2.0 when Penguin hasn't be rerun by Google. Which goes to the poll disclaimer post, which talks about perception versus reality.

08/23/2013

DuckDuckGo Not Respecting Robots.txt Directives?

There is an interesting thread at Hacker News on DuckDuckGo being toyed by Google. That part honestly doesn't interest me as much as the core SEO topic in the thread.
Google's Matt Cutts is very active on Hacker News and he questioned Gabriel Weinberg, the founder of DuckDuckGo, about the DuckDuckGo spiders and crawlers. There are some folks asking if DuckDuckGo's spider, aka DuckDuckBot, respectes the robots.txt directives.
Some noticed DuckDuckGo crawling under the IP range they own but not declaring the useragent and thus not respecting the robots directives set by the webmaster.

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