With the increased levels of competition in the blogging industry particularly in the marketing sector, vlogging has become a necessity. For this reason, the type of camera used in making the Vlog sensitive. To have the best vlog, vloggers need quality cameras. Recently, a report was released ranking different cameras according to their functionality and quality as follows. Canon Power Shot G7 X Mark II G7X Mark II camera is an improvement of its predecessor. With a faster shooting burst and most importantly being able to shoot raws at 8 fps as compared to the one fps shot by Canon G7X mark I. Additionally, the renowned camera has a perfect subject recognition as well as tracking. Image quality is the most considerable interest of most vloggers, and the model provides that. It has a sharper focus and a high ISO noise reduction settings. Vloggers no longer have to worry about blurred image because Mark ii has dual sensing IS that utilizes the information or data received from the … [Read more...] about Why to Choose MilesWeb Shared Web Hosting Plan?
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The major search engines have announced an update to the sitemaps.org protocol which enables site owners to store their XML Sitemap files in any location — even on a different domain than the one referenced in the Sitemap. This will be a welcome change for those who manage multiple domains and would like to keep all Sitemap files in one place, as well as for those who would like to store their Sitemap in a location other than the root. The only caveat? You have to be able to edit the robots.txt file of the domain the Sitemap file references. The search engines made the announcement today on the Search Engineers Q&A panel at SMX West. Below, more about how this works and how to implement it on your site. Historically, your Sitemap file had to be stored in the same location as the URLs listed in that Sitemap. For instance: http://www.example.com/sitemap.xml could include:www.example.comwww.example.com/folder1/page1.htmlwww.example.com/folder2.page1.html But it could not … [Read more...] about You Can Now Store Your XML Sitemap Files Anywhere!
As expected, the US Department Of Justice today has filed a list of objections and modifications it would like seen made in the proposed settlement to the Google Book Search lawsuit. It’s not saying that the settlement should go back to square one. In fact, it suggests that “momentum” potentially could be lost to improve access to books if that happened. But it does want the settlement modified, in particular to protect absent rights holders of “orphan works” and to solve anti-trust concerns. You’ll find a copy here (PDF) at the Public Index. The New York Times has a summary up here. Gary Price has a press round-up here. A Google statement is at the end of this article, along with one from the Open Content Alliance, which opposes the settlement. As for the article itself, I’m reading through the entire filing from top to bottom, pulling out parts that seem worth highlighting and providing my own commentary along the way. I’m not a lawyer, … [Read more...] about Department Of Justice Files Objections To Google Book Search Settlement
As expected, a revised Google Book Settlement has been filed today — about as late as possible. The agreement narrows the scope to the US, UK, Canada and Australia. It alters how revenue generated by “unclaimed works” will be handled. It formally grants retailers who license out-of-print books covered by the settlement — including Google competitors — a 37% share of sales. It also clarifies how the book pricing algorithm will work. Google has a blog post about up about the news, which in turn points to: I haven’t had a chance to go through the actual agreement, and given that it’s 10PM Pacific time, I won’t be getting through it this evening for this article. Instead, I’ll focus on what’s in the summary document. I’ll try to highlight anything I think wasn’t addressed by the Department Of Justice objections to the last settlement agreement. I’ll do this all incorporated into my live blogging of the press … [Read more...] about Revised Google Book Settlement Filed & Live Blogging The Press Call
After 17 years in the search engine marketing world I know one thing to be true: If Google thinks it’s important, we should be paying attention. The Google My Business release in June and “Pigeon” update in July indicate local business listings are a hot topic for the search giant. Most multi-location brands understand the benefits of higher ranking for local pages, but have questions about how to build out a solution across hundreds or thousands of locations. My aim is to help clear the air around two common approaches brands can take when optimizing location pages. The use of software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms to automate local page creation and optimization has grown exponentially in this space as they offer quick deployment and “turnkey” solutions. However, there are some long-term drawbacks along with these benefits. It’s important for brands to fully explore and understand the pros and cons of using a SaaS platform versus a higher-touch … [Read more...] about How to Optimize Multi-Location Pages for Local SEO