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Startup SEO – What You Can Expect To Encounter
Sep18

Startup SEO – What You Can Expect To Encounter

Every new startup wants to rank highly in the search engines. Why? Because they know that by placing prominently for key terms, they’ll not only generate a great deal of targeted incoming traffic to their website, but they’ll also be viewed as a legitimate brand by those searching in their particular space…

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AppAppeal.com – Find Popular Apps

Deciding which apps to download is not something that should be done lightly. Not all developers take the same care when it comes to keeping your personal information safe. And (sad as it is) some are in the fiddle from the start. Well, AppAppeal is a new site which aims to do something about that. This website brings together a database of apps that are arranged according to their worldwide popularity. That is, instead of presenting...

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Droover.com – Live Search Engine

Droover is a search engine for live posts on the Internet. Authors can submit their own posts just by categorizing them, and from that point onwards people will be able to rate them. They can give them a score ranging from 1 to 5, and if someone notices that a post is actually plagiarized then he can give it a -1 score. And -1 scores are also given to these posts that have been wrongly categorized. That doesn’t happen because...

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Flout.me – Rate Your Social Influence

It can’t be helped: when something like Klout becomes as popular as it has become, there are people who will build a site that goes in exactly the opposite direction. That’s what Pat Nakajima and Anoop Ranganath have done with the creation of Flout.me. Basically, this new site lets you give yourself the social score that you see fit. If you think you’re a +10,000 social user, then that’s how high you can rank...

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Identified.com – Get A Professional Rating

One of the most frustrating things when trying to get a job is that you never get to know why this or that company turned you down. It happens all the time: you send your resume to a company looking for someone just like you, someone who has all your qualifications. And still, you never hear back from them. This makes things harder than they really should be, specially for young people who still place a lot of value on their ideals....

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