Sorry for the lack of posts, here are some updates

Posted by Nadir on July 7th, 2010

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I’ve been quite busy the last few months and was involved in many projects day and night. Blogging isn’t the only thing I was less involved in, I also spent less time going out and also visiting friends. This is worst than not blogging. So, I’ve decided to reorganize the way I work and also try to delegate effectively and finding new partners to work with.

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Matt Cutts on the future of search: “Mobile will be big”

Posted by Nadir on December 2nd, 2009

In the latest GWC video on YouTube, Matt Cutts, Google’s head of Webspam team, is answering a question about the future of search in the next few years.

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Facebook Should Add A “Don’t Like” Button

Posted by Nadir on July 22nd, 2009

In February, Facebook introduced a new feature called “Like”, which allows your friends or fans to tell you that they like the content you’re sharing.

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Mobile Site Owners Should Abandon Password Masking

Posted by Nadir on June 26th, 2009

In his latest “Alertbox”, Jakob Nielsen recommends that websites stops masking passwords as users type them. He outlines the drawbacks of password masking and explains that this causes login problems and lost business: Read the rest of this entry »

So Google apparently hasn’t officially confirmed that yet, but now every SEO on the planet is aware of its decision to ignore PageRank sculpting.

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During Google Searchmasters Conference 2009, one of the presentations was about Mobile Web Design. The presentation, named “Building Mobile Friendly Websites” and held by Ankit Gupta, helped Indian webmasters understand why there is a need for mobile websites and provided guidance on how to build mobile friendly sites.

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Sometimes a company just needs to provide a new service or functionality, even if it’s a very basic one, but unique, to grab more market share and crush its competitors.

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AdMob announced yesterday that it will allow for the the first time iPhone applications developers to track clicks on ads that lead to a download of an application.

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