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Where Can I Find Reviews For Injury Claims Solicitors?

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be thinking about making a claim for compensation or at the very least you’re probably weighing up your options. The good news is that you are now able to research law firms and solicitors BEFORE you contact them, and it’s all thanks to the internet. The internet is a place jam-packed full of reviews for all kinds of lawyers and law firms; here’s the three be ...

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Which Music Streaming Service Is Right for You?

Music streaming is the way of the future these days. There can be no doubt about that the current trend in music is towards streaming services. Even without looking at the numbers, it just makes sense that people would rather listen to any song they want, at any time, rather than lugging around any song they might conceivably want to play on a tiny phone. At this point in the game, there are already a few m ...

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Google and Its Unbeatable Success

Google, Google, Google. Who doesn’t know what Google is? If you need to find something on the Internet all you need to do is “Google it” and you’ll find it. There is no question that it has put the Internet at our fingertips and with it comes a world of information. Still, not many of us know how Google started and how it has come to be the mammoth that it is today. Stanford University PhD students Sergey B ...

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The Alarming Rise in Paid-Linking: Is Google Getting Smart at Detecting Unethical SEO Practices?

Using paid links as a strategy to improve website rankings and visibility is not a new topic; in fact, it has generated quite a lot of controversy since a few months. A majority of users – more than 80% - click on the links generated on the first page and do not bother going to the next page of search engine results. Being among the top websites on any search engine’s first page requires that your webpage r ...

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Court Hands the Victory over to Google

  U.S District Judge William Alsup, Northern District of California decided in favor of Google Inc. on Thursday. The case was regarding copyrights relating to Java language. He dismissed all claims by Oracle Corporation that Google’s android mobile phone platform was infringing the copyrights of Java computer language. Oracle laid charges on Google that the latter’s android platform was breaching the copyri ...

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Rise in Black-Hat SEO Techniques: Latest Algorithm Change By Google Upsets Black-Hatters

The rise in internet competition has led to websites ruthlessly competing with each other in order to attain the top positions in terms of website rankings and search results of major search engines including Google, Yahoo! and Bing etc. Over the years, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has managed to gain popularity as one of the proven techniques used to improve website rankings. However, these techniques ...

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