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CmiA launches organic cotton standard | Labels & Legislation News | Ecotextile News

CmiA launches organic cotton standard | Labels & Legislation News | Ecotextile News | Labels | Scoop.it
CmiA launches organic cotton standard

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Using QR Codes on Your Labels | SheetLabels.com

Using QR Codes on Your Labels | SheetLabels.com | Labels | Scoop.it
When it comes to labeling your products, you can take advantage of QR codes to connect with your customers, these codes can be a valuable tool for marketing.

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Google Officially Launches "Mobile-Friendly" Labels In Mobile Search Results

Google Officially Launches "Mobile-Friendly" Labels In Mobile Search Results | Labels | Scoop.it
After months and months of testing, Google has just officially launched the mobile-friendly label in the mobile search results. In an effort to help mobile

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Shannon K. Steffen's curator insight, November 18, 2014 3:29 PM

Google is experimenting with a new search engine ranking algorithm for mobile friendly web sites. Here's some great tips on how you qualify to show such a label for your web pages.

CTD Institute's curator insight, November 19, 2014 9:48 AM

Definitevily a great feature, specially for individuals with disabilities who rely on their mobile!

Gabriela Saltiel's curator insight, November 22, 2014 7:03 PM

This article talks about how last week Google launched a new feature for their search engine through mobile/smart phones. Google realized that it was confusing and time consuming for users to go through a search and end up in a website that was not mobile-friendly. This caused users to become frustrated because the time they had spent looking for something had been a waste if the page was not readable. Because of this, they decided to create an algorithm that can recognize the websites that are mobile friendly, and place this mini “mobile-friendly” text along with the Google search. The company said their algorithm needs to recognize if the text is readable on mobile, if the images are easily seen, and if they have links that are easy to click on. If these things are detected and the page seems like it will be accessed easily on mobile, then it will be listed as mobile-friendly.