Check out this interesting infographic published by Homestead
Digital Darwinism : When businesses forget the basic principle of nature that “Only thing constant in this world is the CHANGE”
As defined by Brian, Digital Darwinism is when technology and society evolve faster than an organization’s ability to adapt to the change. To celebrate the launch of his new book What’s the Future of Business, he has shared a new on Digital Darwinism. Check this out.
Infographic Credit: Brain Solis Flickr
After a long procrastination and lots of laziness finally I decided to add a new post to my Digital Freak’s blog but the problem was what to write in it. So I thought what can be a better post than giving an update on two Google products which are loved by every one across the world:
- Google Analytics
- Google Docs
Lets start with Google Analytics:
On 17th of March 2011, Google shared an update on new look of Google Analytics in the Google Analytics User Conference held at San Francisco.
Google claims that the purpose of launching the new version is to make it easier and faster to grab the data. The new version is loaded with lots of new and interesting features, for example, you can now view multiple advanced segments without needing to also use All Visits. You’ll find multiple dashboards in the new version as well.
Wait a minute! Don’t get frustrated if you are not seeing all these above mentioned features. These features are available on request in closed beta version. However, if you want to be considered for the test, visit the beta sign-up page.
On March 16, 2011 Google Docs came up with a feature of Discussions. It facilitates rapid and seamless discussions and integrate with email in an intuitive way. Since there are a number of significant improvements, this update is only available for newly created documents for now.
The updates in Comment feature include:
a) Each comment now has a timestamp and profile picture.
b) Instead of deleting comments you can resolve comments to remove them from the visible document and view them later by clicking the discussions button at the top of any document. You can even re-open comments from here.
c) Comments have been integrated with your inbox to facilitate more rapid and responsive communication.
If you are interested in visuals then check out this video on Discussions in Google Docs.
Keep visiting the Digital Freak’s Blog more updates.
“When the going get tough only tough gets going” this quote is very well suited with SEO profession where everyday is a new battle against the Big Daddy(Google). SEOs spend most of their time in trying to figure out to outsmart Google Algorithm which is not at all an easy task.
Matt Cutts suggest that instead of fighting against Google why not the SEOs strive for the same goal which Google and any other search engine is trying to achieve. To be more specific while optimizing site for search engines (using white hat techniques), if we optimize our website for users as well half the battle is won because now we are helping search engines to achieve their objective of providing relevant search results to users.
Check out this video in which Matt Cutts suggests SEOs to be on same page with Google instead of trying to find out short-term holes in Google’s search engine algorithm.