Archive for the ‘May’ tag
For the past several months, Google has been providing monthly search quality highlight posts, sharing a number of changes they made to the search side of Google.
On June 7th, they announced 39 changes for May, on May 4th they announced 52 changes for April and so on…
If you haven’t had a raise in a while, get ready to sharpen your negotiation skills because now may be the perfect time to ask for that raise. Three Thrifty Guys explains a few reasons why this summer is a good time for salary negotiations. More »
I’ve been seeing some small reports, not at normal major scales where I would be convinced fully, of a Google update brewing.
I do doubt this was Panda or Penguin refreshes but you never know. The last Panda refresh was on June 11th or so and the last Penguin refresh was on May 25th. Google typically does these refreshes every 6 weeks or so but can do minor refreshes when they think they have to.
The donations Unista was able to collect in a campaign last May mounted to over Eur 3,200. As a result of this the foundation now support over 70 HIV orphans by funding their primary school fees. Besides school fees the…
Chitika Insights reports that Google remains a clear front runner in the search engine market as of May 31st, despite a loss in share of just over 3%. All other search engines posted slight gains in share over the month of May, with Yahoo rising the most (1.9%) to capture an overall 12.5% share of [...]
Apple has quietly made public a May 2012 report highlighting security features in iOS that contains details on the extensive efforts the company has undertaken to secure its mobile operating system.
This week we kept cool on the cheap, found a better way to secure our iPhones, discovered our hidden asshole tendencies, and more. Here’s a look back.