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The Internet, like the steam engine, is a technological breakthrough that changed the world.
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Backbone Connect : Data Centre Specialist In London

Backbone Connect : Data Centre Specialist In London | Internet Explored | Scoop.it
Backbone Connect: London Colocation, Network, Cloud and Internet Access Provider
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Backbone Connect operate multiple facilities in the best Data Centres London has to offer, located across the region including Heathrow, City, South London, East London, West London and North London, Backbone Connect has a plenty more feature to offer for the industry.

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Social Networking: Beginners' Tips for Building Your Online Network | Social Media Today

Social Networking: Beginners' Tips for Building Your Online Network | Social Media Today | Internet Explored | Scoop.it
It’s tough work building a social network. Here are some basic tips to get you started.
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Internet Archaeology: Behold the Most Hilarious Abandoned Websites

Internet Archaeology: Behold the Most Hilarious Abandoned Websites | Internet Explored | Scoop.it
There are still some corners of the web that look like they're stuck in 1999 -- and that's a good thing.

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, April 20, 2013 7:16 AM

For every new website that goes up, there are some like these that get lost or forgotten – along with a sense of what online culture used to look like. We may have faster network speeds and better web features now, but – like finding an old mixtape (yes, on actual cassette tape) – finding a webpage dating back to the turn of the century is like unearthing King Tut’s tomb.


And there’s something about those artifacts that’s worth preserving, whether it’s a promo site for the 1996 film Space Jam (above) full of twinkling-little-stars backdrop and spinning GIFs, a virtual “mall” promoting Kevin Smith’s Mallrats, or a collection of (now-nearly-obsolete) “Enter” pages. Some of these gems are easy to find, but others are not, and there’s always a chance that some may disappear from the web forever and while the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine has logs of more than 240 billion pages and counting, but it probably can’t save everything.

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Japanese internet provider offers twice the speed of Google Fiber for less money

Japanese internet provider offers twice the speed of Google Fiber for less money | Internet Explored | Scoop.it
A Japanese internet service provider has begun offering broadband plans with 2Gbps downloads and 1Gbps uploads to residents in Tokyo and six surrounding districts. The service provider believes...
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Extremely high-speed internet is more commonplace in Japan, according to PCWorld, but So-net's offer still stands in stark juxtaposition to internet speeds in the United States.

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SEO strategy and Online Marketing Campaign

SEO strategy and Online Marketing Campaign | Internet Explored | Scoop.it

SEO are the most delicate but proven online marketing technique to target the right audience for your company products and service. Because optimizing your website to the top of the search will make sure all the right people who will actually search your product found how awesome your company is.

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When an online marketing campaign combined a strategy of onsite optimisation and conversion rate optimisation your website will be in an incredibly strong position for you to challenge your competitors in the search engines.

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Google Penguin, Unnatural Links Penalty, and Google Panda: Key Differences and Recovery Tactics

Google Penguin, Unnatural Links Penalty, and Google Panda: Key Differences and Recovery Tactics | Internet Explored | Scoop.it
Are you confused about the difference between Penguin and an Unnatural Links penalty? Not sure whether you should be disavowing your links? Wondering whether you should file for reconsideration? Well...you're not alone!

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Robin Good's curator insight, April 20, 2013 10:05 AM



Excellent review of Google Panda, Penguin and "unnatural links" manual penalties from Google from Marie Haynes, including symptoms, consequences and best approaches to recover from each one.


The article also cover the use of the Disavow Links tool, when and whether to file an official Google Reconsideration Request and what is the best course of action for most troublesome penalty-related situations your site may have fallen into.


Highly informative. Up-to-date. 8/10


Full article: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/the-difference-between-penguin-and-an-unnatural-links-penalty-and-some-info-on-panda-too


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