Friday, October 7, 2016


Tired and annoyed as your site/blog is simply unable to thrive traffic even after having created a great content? Disappointed of not having the pleasure to see your site at the top of the page even after excellently programming and marketing? You took oodles of pain to build groovy links to your page but Alas!.... All in vain.
Have you wondered what is it that is going wrong? Two alphabets is all that is missing from your site-
You read it right. UX, which we all know, stands for USER EXPERIENCE. It is the perfect process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the interaction between the user and the product. It incorporates various disciplines to optimistically impact the overall experience of your customers.
Link Building is definitely one of the best SEO skills. Being the most demanding and the trickiest skill, Link Building performs the task of a bridge, linking sites to your valuable page and thereby accomplishing your desire to see your website prosper.

However, with changing times, the concept and usage of Link Building has also dramatically changed. It should be considered a living skill with dead results, if Link Building is not collaborated with UX in today’s world. The entire effectiveness of Link Building is gradually losing all its charm when Link Building is used solely without being combined with UX.
Why has Google bought about this drastic change in Link Building? This is because Google values its users as its most precious and important assets .Google considers that without the users, it is as useless as a smartphone without battery. So, the only prime objective of Google is to amuse and satisfy its users, who are broadly your audience. So, all in all, if you are capable to satisfy the overall experience of your clients, SEO will be way easier and simpler.
Keywords, anchor text, backlinks, which were once regarded as significant tools, are sidelined now. UX along with Link Building is the mainstream focus. The important things that needs to be taken into account are-
  1. TIME ON SITE- How relevant is your page, is determined by Google by the amount of time users spends on your site. If the user does not find anything appropriate on your page then they will simply press the Back Button or close your site. So, Google analyses the time users spend on your website. Increasing the speed with which your site gets loaded, writing well-organised and solid contents and having a fine-ordered internal linking system will help you retain users on your time for a longer period of time.
  2. CTR- Click–through-Rate is a part of Google’s Algorithm. The more appropriate your site is, the more people will click on it, and the higher will your site be positioned on the search page. Making a brand of yourself, having eye-catchy and apt titles for your pages will surely improve your CTR immensely.

Now, what comes out as an important factor is building the name of your brand. But why do we need to do this? For the sake of a simple reason- You might not have great, unique products or there might be scores of spam links linked with your site. But if you have made a Brand of your name, then users will search for your name directly. Google then has no other option, but to display your brand name on the top of the search page (because you remember Google cares for its customer’s desires).
Certainly, you must have started wondering so as to how to build a brand name? Having a huge following of your brand on the social media pages, blocking blocked sites, and avoiding broken links and having a great write-up on the page of About Us will help you build your brand which in turn will improve your CTRs hugely.
We should now shift our focus to how we should build the right link? The sole point is that you should concentrate on offering the users something of value. We know that Google is becoming sharper and sharper with its most sophisticated algorithms to analyse your webpage. So, before having any link on your site you should be very careful that those are of utmost relevance and value.
All said and done, the art of Link Building is now heavily and solely dependent on UX. Your attention should be directed towards the part of providing an ecstatic user experience on your site which in turn will be a blessing for you in disguise as your website will flourish like never before.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

No photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and Quote Tweets will not be included in the 140-character on Twitter

Now, Twitter Users Can Now Do More With 140 Characters.

From Monday, sharing photos, videos, animated GIFs, polls and quoted tweets no longer count toward the 140-character limit. The other changes, including the way that reply tweets are handled, do not appear to have taken effect yet.

Say more about what's happening! Rolling out now: photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and Quote Tweets no longer count toward your 140 characters. Twitter wrote on its official twitter handrail @twitter

Click here to check what Twitter wrote on its official twitter handrail....


Express even more in 140 characters - Says Twitter

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Express even more in 140 characters - Says Twitter

Twitter says on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at it's official blog ( that "Over the past decade, the Tweet has evolved from a simple 140-character text message to a rich canvas for creative expression featuring photos, videos, hashtags, Vines, and more. In just the past few months we added the ability to poll your community, react quickly and cleverly with GIFs, and share and enjoy Periscope broadcasts in Tweets.

So, you can already do a lot in a Tweet, but we want you to be able to do even more. In the coming months we’ll make changes to simplify Tweets including what counts toward your 140 characters, so for instance, @names in replies and media attachments (like photos, GIFs, videos, and polls) will no longer “use up” valuable characters. Here’s what will change:

Replies: When replying to a Tweet, @names will no longer count toward the 140-character count. This will make having conversations on Twitter easier and more straightforward, no more penny-pinching your words to ensure they reach the whole group.
Media attachments: When you add attachments like photos, GIFs, videos, polls, or Quote Tweets, that media will no longer count as characters within your Tweet. More room for words!
Retweet and Quote Tweet yourself: We’ll be enabling the Retweet button on your own Tweets, so you can easily Retweet or Quote Tweet yourself when you want to share a new reflection or feel like a really good one went unnoticed.
Goodbye, .@: These changes will help simplify the rules around Tweets that start with a username. New Tweets that begin with a username will reach all your followers. (That means you’ll no longer have to use the ”.@” convention, which people currently use to broadcast Tweets broadly.) If you want a reply to be seen by all your followers, you will be able to Retweet it to signal that you intend for it to be viewed more broadly.
These updates will be available over the coming months. Today, we’re notifying you and our developers, so that everything works as it should when we roll these changes out. The updates have a significant impact on Tweets, so we want to provide our developer partners with time to make any needed updates to the hundreds of thousands of products built using Twitter’s API.

In addition to the changes outlined above, we have plans to help you get even more from your Tweets. We’re exploring ways to make existing uses easier and enable new ones, all without compromising the unique brevity and speed that make Twitter the best place for live commentary, connections, and conversations."

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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Guest Blogging Sites List

What is Guest Blogging?

Guest blogging is a method used by bloggers to increase blog traffic where bloggers write posts to be published on other bloggers' blogs. Guest blogging can work in one of two ways: You write a post to appear on another person's blog. Another person writes a post to appear on your blog.

Benefits of Guest Blogging -

1. Get Quality Traffic
2. Build Domain and Search Engine Authority
3. Build Your Online Influence
4. Increase and Develop your Authority
5. Make Your Portfolio and Credibility
6. Improve Your Writing and Thinking Skill
7. Increase Your Exposure and Brand Awareness
8. Build Your Audience
9. Know What Others Think of You and Your Writing
10. It Helps You Build Your Social Media Profile

Guest Blogging Sites List

KISSmetrics – Write for them
I write for KISSmetrics quite regularly. If you go for it, prepare to go through a round or two of editing, and whatever you do, don’t forget to use real examples to illustrate your points. Self-promotion is an absolute no-no, so don’t even try.
Traffic Generation Café – Write for them
I’ve written for Traffic Generation Café a few times. Quality-standards are high: if your post isn’t really actionable for the audience, it doesn’t stand a chance to get published.
Think Traffic – Write for them
Think Traffic does accept guest posts, but based on what I understood, they invite all the guest authors. You can try to contact them and ask, but don’t spend time writing a post before you’ve checked that they’re interested to even look at it.
Firepole Marketing – Write for them
I have a monthly guest post feature in Firepole Marketing. They have a big, engaged audience, so you can get a lot of interaction in the comments. If you write a valuable post and you’re not in a rush to get it published, it’s well worth the effort to write for them.
Copyblogger – Write for them
Don’t hold me accountable for this, but I’ve understood that they’re focusing on using their in-house writers and their long-time guest authors. So, even with an introduction, it’s very difficult to get them to even read your post. And unsolicited posts don’t stand a chance.
Mashable – Submit news
Mashable is technically a news site. Keep that in mind when you approach them.
MarketingProfs – Write for them
MarketingProfs is a marketing site for marketing professionals. You need to have something special to share for marketing pros to get there.
Men with Pens – Write for them
They’re picky. Really picky. And that’s what makes the site so good. But if you’re not sure you can write something really good, you can probably spend your time more wisely.
Social Media Examiner – Write for them
Social Media Examiner is possibly the top site for social media stuff. And they’re equally picky as they are high quality.
Moz – Write for them
Previously SEOmoz. I think they’re the biggest SEO-related site (after Google’s sites), so if that’s your target market, you should definitely write a guest post for them.
Duct Tape Marketing – Write for themI’ve only written one guest post for Duct Tape Marketing. They post one guest post every week, so the competition is a bit tough (put your best foot forward). And they have a topic calendar for the blog for months in advance, so ask for that before you suggest topics.
AskRajnishOnline - Write for them                                                                                        We accept only related to SEO, Social media & Search Engine related blog. 
Daily Blog Tips
I’ve once submitted a guest post to Daily Blog Tips. The reply was the most unprofessional I’ve ever come across. And that’s saying something when I’m comparing it to everything I’ve seen online.

Self-development / Spirituality / Psychology

Self-development sites that accept guest posts.

Photography / Video/ Graphics / Design / Art

Photography, video, graphics, design, and art sites that accept guest posts.


Technology sites that accept guest posts.


Writing sites that accept guest posts.
Write to done – Write for themI’ve written a few posts for Write To Done. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that they’re much pickier with writing quality than most sites. So, check your grammar…

Fitness / Health / Food

Health, fitness, and food sites that accept guest posts.


Finance sites that accept guest posts.


Travel sites that accept guest posts.


Parenting sites that accept guest posts.


Sites that accept guest posts and are difficult to categorise.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Google Duo - New one-to-one video calling app

Google says that "Video calling is the next best thing to being with someone in person, but too often it can be a frustrating or complicated experience. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether your call will connect, or if your friend is using the same type of device as you are. It’s no wonder that nearly half of us never make video calls on mobile*.
Today, we’re releasing Google Duo — a simple 1-to-1 video calling app available for Android and iOS. Duo takes the complexity out of video calling, so that you can be together in the moment wherever you are."


Simple interface
Pick a loved one and jump right in, with a simple interface that brings video to the forefront.

Knock Knock
See the caller before you pick up with Duo’s live preview feature.

High quality video
Experience faster and more reliable video calls whether you’re on Wi-Fi or on-the-go.

Video call all your friends across Android and iOS with just one simple app.

User Review:

According to Ian Lake "Being simple, stable, and reliable is a huge, huge plus for me and more than enough reason to keep using Duo in the future. Being constrained to only my phone though and not being able to take advantage of the large screen on my tablet or via a web app on my Chromebook or PC is a bummer though."

According to Derek Ross "What a time to be alive. Duo is amazing. I love it! The UI is so simple to use and knock knock makes answering video calls fun. I love how Duo throttles or stops video if the connection gets shaky, whereas Hangouts would just drop the call altogether. Then, once the connection has improved, video resumes. Great!"

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Visit at to Download Live version for I-Phone & Android.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

AMP - Benifits, Impact, Google Search guidelines and FAQ

What is AMP?
AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages, a Google-backed project intended as an open standard for any publisher to have pages load quickly on mobile devices. The AMP Project was formally announced on Oct. 7, 2015, with support from Google, Twitter, WordPress and several publishers and other companies.

Benefits of AMP - 

  • AMP pages are 4x faster, use 10x less data compared to non-AMP pages
  • On average AMP pages load in less than one second
  • 90 percent of AMP publishers experience higher CTRs
  • 80 percent of AMP publishers experience higher ad viewability rates
  • Improved search engine ranking

AMP impact on Us -

As a consumer, the expansion of AMP is positive. More of the web will be faster and you’ll have less annoying pop-up advertisements that generate revenue for sites thanks to your fumbly fingers. Though it’s going to be a while before this rolls out, as sites will have to test the features and decide if they want to cede this much power to Google.

FAQ of AMP -

What is the Accelerated Mobile Pages project?

The Accelerated Mobile Pages (“AMP”) Project is an open source initiative that came out of discussions between publishers and technology companies about the need to improve the entire mobile content ecosystem for everyone -- publishers, consumer platforms, creators, and users.

Today, the expectation is that content should load super fast and be easy to explore. The reality is that content can take several seconds to load, or, because the user abandons the slow page, never fully loads at all. Accelerated Mobile Pages are web pages designed to load near instantaneously -- they are a step towards a better mobile web for all.

What are the benefits of Accelerated Mobile Pages?

Speed matters and instant is the ideal. Research has shown higher bounce rates associated with slower-loading web pages. Using the AMP format will make it far more compelling for people to consume and engage with more content. But this isn’t just about speed and performance. We also want to promote enhanced distribution so that publishers can take advantage of the open web’s potential for their content to appear everywhere quickly -- across platforms and apps -- which can lead to more revenue via ads and subscriptions.

How do Accelerated Mobile Pages work?

Accelerated Mobile Pages are just like any other HTML page, but with a limited set of allowed technical functionality that is defined and governed by the open source AMP spec. Just like all web pages, Accelerated Mobile Pages will load in any modern browser or app webview.

AMP files take advantage of various technical and architectural approaches that prioritize speed to provide a faster experience for users. AMP developers can use a rich and growing library of web components that offer the ability to embed rich media objects like video and social posts, display advertising, or collect analytics. The goal is not to homogenize how content looks and feels, but instead to build a more common technical core between pages that speeds up load times.

In addition, AMP files can be cached in the cloud in order to reduce the time content takes to get to a user’s mobile device. By using the AMP format, content producers are making the content in AMP files available to be cached by third parties. Under this type of framework, publishers continue to control their content, but platforms can easily cache or mirror the content for optimal delivery speed to users. Google has provided a cache that can be used by anyone at no cost, and all AMPs will be cached by the Google AMP Cache. Other companies may build their own AMP cache as well.

In summary, the goal is that the combination of limited technical functionality with a distribution system built around caching will lead to better performing pages, and increased audience development for publishers.

Why does the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project take an open source approach?

The companies involved in the project want to make the mobile web work better for all -- not just for one platform, one set of technologies, or one set of publishers. Making the project open source enables people to share and contribute their ideas and code for making the mobile web fast. We are just at the beginning of that journey and we look forward to other publishers and technology companies joining along the way.

Who can use Accelerated Mobile Pages?

The project is open to all players in the ecosystem - publishers, consumer platforms, and creators. To get an idea who some of the companies and sites are who use AMP, head to the Who page.

What are the consequences of using Accelerated Mobile Pages?

By using the AMP format, content producers are making the content in AMP files available to be crawled, indexed & displayed (subject to the robots exclusion protocol) and cached by third parties.

What type of content works best using Accelerated Mobile Pages?

The goal is for all published content, from news stories to videos and from blogs to photographs and GIFs, to work using Accelerated Mobile Pages.

As a publisher, does making my content work for Accelerated Mobile Pages entail more work?

In short, not much. Since “AMP HTML” is built entirely out of existing web technologies, the development process mirrors the one publishers are already using today. Publishers can familiarize themselves with the AMP HTML specification on GitHub. For those used to the current process, we don’t expect a significant learning curve.

How can a publisher get content into AMP HTML?

Publishers and Content Management System (CMS) providers can develop an integration with their CMS to generate AMP content. Automatic has already published a WordPress AMP plugin and we hope that all content management systems will add support for AMP HTML pages.

Platform and Technology Company Involvement

How can a consumer platform get involved in Accelerated Mobile Pages?

The project is open to everyone, and existing members of the project are very enthusiastic to engage with consumer platforms on the initiative. Google has opened its cache for use for free by anyone, including to consumer platforms that would like to display AMP content in their environment. Please get in touch via Github and we will address your questions as quickly as we can.

How can an advertising or technology vendor get involved in Accelerated Mobile Pages?

Please review the contributing guidelines and get in touch via Github.

Publisher Monetization

How does advertising work on Accelerated Mobile Pages?

A goal of the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project is to ensure effective ad monetization on the mobile web while embracing a user-centric approach. With that context, the objective is to provide support for a comprehensive range of ad formats, ad networks and technologies in Accelerated Mobile Pages. As part of that, those involved with the project are also engaged in crafting Sustainable Ad Practices to ensure that ads in AMP files are fast, safe, compelling and effective for users.

Are publishers able to sell their own ad inventory?

Yes, as with their existing websites, publishers control their ad inventory and how they sell it.

How do subscriptions and paywalls work with Accelerated Mobile Pages?

It is a core objective of the Accelerated Mobile Pages project to support subscriptions and paywalls. AMP currently supports a flexible access framework where publishers can control the document viewing experience for subscribers, metered users and anonymous users.

How are analytics being handled in this AMP format?

Ensuring publishers are able to get robust analytics insight is a core design goal for the project. While the analytics support in the demo release is very limited, the spec is expected to have support for collection of analytics information, and integrating with 3rd party systems without compromising the AMP file speed or size. Several analytics providers are participating in the project.

Do publishers receive credit for the traffic from a measurement perspective?

Yes, an AMP file is the same as the rest of your site – this space is the publisher’s canvas.

How do I become a part of this project?

We welcome interested individuals and companies who want to get involved to fill out the Github, so that we can add you to a distribution list and keep you posted on any new information.

AMP breaks out of news into the main Google search results - Says on

Click here to read Google Search guidelines for AMP pages

Google has launched a new testing tool for AMP (accelerated mobile pages)

Click here to see test your website with Google's AMP testing tool