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Monday, July 20, 2015

Learn About Web Analytics for a Successful Blog

When you set up your first blog, you need to learn how to make it perform well. But to bring in more visitors and make more money, you need to be able to analyze how your blog is doing. You could look at a basic metric, such as the numbers of visitors your site receives and think that it shows your blog is performing well. However, if you delve deeper into the important data, you could discover that your blog isn't as popular as you first think. Learning about web analytics will help you to get more insight into your blog's performance. And once you know how your site is doing and why, you'll be able to address any problems.

Understand the Basics of Analytics

First, you need to understand why web analytics is crucial to the success of your blog. Analytics is about tracking and analyzing the people that use your site and their behavior when they're viewing it. It might involve looking at statistics and graphs of data such as the number of visitors you have, your bounce rate and your conversion rate. You can use this information to work out what your visitors like and what puts them off, as well as how your advertising campaigns are performing.

Take a Course

Web analytics can be extremely complicated, especially when you're trying to learn a new system, such as Google Analytics. If you don't know where to start, it could be a good idea to take a course to help you learn. You don't have to attend any classes or give up too much of your free time. Most web analytics courses are available to do online, and you often have access to the materials for up to a year. You can complete the materials in your own time, whenever and wherever you like. Usually the course is compatible with mobile devices, so you can take it with you when you're traveling.

Use Your Skills to Identify Issues and Make Improvements

Once you know what you're doing, you can apply your new skills to your blog. Using Google Analytics or your chosen program, you can view and analyze data from your website. Using your new knowledge, you should be able to identify what's going wrong and how you can fix it. You might notice, for example, that you have a high bounce rate. This could indicate that your pay per click ads aren't representative of your blog or that your landing page puts people off.

Continue to Monitor Your Blog

You might have given your blog an overhaul to improve its performance. But that's not the end of the road. You should keep looking at the incoming data about your visitors and their behavior. People's preferences and habits change. So your successful blog setup could soon turn around and have people going elsewhere if you aren't careful.

Web analytics is an essential skill if you want to run a successful blog. Start learning how to monitor and improve your site's performance if you want more visitors.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Several Signs You May Be Dealing With a Scam Offer For SEO Services

We are often flooded with SEO and online marketing packages disguised under the word “standardized”. Try to avoid them at all cost. They not only waste your efforts and money but can also negatively impact your website in future.

Whenever you are considering whether to hire a SEO company, ensure they have a proven track record, are transparent, and offer both custom and long-term planning.

Several Signs You May Be Dealing With a Scam Offer For SEO Services

 1.     Bundled or pre-packaged solutions for SEO.

It is no longer viable for your business to rely on pre-packaged SEO solutions these days. Some 15 to 20 years ago, it was possible to create a ton of links pointing to your website from a countless number of other sites and secure permanent results. Although some SEO agencies with dubious reputation still offer these services in the form of a pre-packaged solution, be mindful of the potential problems this may result in.

- Unqualified leads: Website traffic varies in nature. Pre-packaged solutions for SEO eliminate a very important aspect of the SEO process that distinguishes a professional from an amateur. A SEO agency should have the freedom to observe and introduce changes to the online marketing strategy of its client to increase the number of people visiting a site and boost sales.

- Short-time results: If the websites creating links to yours are also pointing to countless other websites, Google eventually with discover the unnatural link building strategy and lower the rank (penalize) your website.

- Blacklisting a site: If you have already opted for a pre-packed long-term SEO solution, the chance is even greater that Google will penalize your website by blacklisting it so it doesn’t even appear in searches.

2.     Manual submission and related services.

Paying for submission services is a great way to have your website published to articles networks, directories and search engines. It is vital that the SEO service you sign up with provides high-quality content and market strategies and allows you to secure links from other people. A very good option is also to add a blog, which will help you build authority. Conduct the research, think strategically and combine your tactics into a sound plan.

3.     Guaranteed position on the first page of search results.

This is usually the most obvious scam. Nobody can guarantee such results, especially when a competitor has his own strategy in place for the very same keywords. Nobody knowns the winner from such a bidding war.

A technical audit of your site is often the best way to secure first-page rankings. Using tools like SEM Rush and the Google Keyword Planner, you can even do it yourself. Online tools such as these will help you spot the pages that perform the best.

Ensure that you review the following points:

- keywords, tags, websites structure, internal links and other on-page factors

- having duplicate content on your website

- pages competing for the same keywords

- the external link profile of both you and your competitors

Whenever you decide to enter into a new relationship with a reputable SEO Canada company, you have to understand that long-lasting results and first-page rankings come slowly and after a considerable effort.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

4 Ways New Bloggers Can Find Success Without Stressing Out

You're not new to the idea of blogging. You read them all the time. But now you're venturing out in the world wide web with your own blog. This isn't an online journal, though. You've seen all the headlines about making money with your blog. You're hoping one day to make enough to quit your day job.

But there are so many rules and things to remember. How do you know what you should do or where to start? Take a deep breath and remember the excitement and drive you were filled with when you came up with the idea to start your blog. If you keep these four things in mind, you'll be less stressed and gain more readers over time.

Write Conversationally

Blogs aren't like high school essays. Formal language is rarely needed unless you're describing something very technical. By using a conversational tone, you're sharing information in a much more relaxed way so that it's easy to read and digest. If you write similarly to the way you speak, you'll come across as more engaging and authentic with your audience, giving them someone to connect to and like enough to come back for more.

Don't Let the Blogging Rules Bog You Down

4 Ways New Bloggers Can Find Success Without Stressing Out

Understanding SEO and keyword usage is important, especially in today's world where billions of gigabytes are added to the internet each day. You have to get your content noticed and effectively incorporating keywords, links, and other tools of blogging will help. What you don't have to do is scare yourself into believing every single post has to use every single rule.

Find Your Unique Perspective

It may seem like everyone else is talking about your topic of choice, whether it's technology or poodles. What will make you stand out from the ground is your take on the subject. Creativity is the key to success in blogging. Instead of a blog about poodles, you could focus on how poodles help the sick or elderly. Instead of a blog about how to blog, you could curate content showing people what not to do. Whatever your topic, taking the time to find your own twist on things will help you stand out from the crowd.

Publish Consistently

Search engines like fresh content. They live for it, crave it, and reward it. Maybe you don't have time to blog every day or you start blogging once a week with plans to build up to more. Whatever you do, be consistent. Your readers will know when to expect a new post, and by creating a schedule, you'll find it's easier to write and publish each week.

With a bit of planning from the start and an understanding of best practices, you'll find your groove in the blogging world. To keep your readers coming back for more, share your authentic voice and give them information from a fresh perspective. Don't worry if you're not the best writer in the beginning. The more you blog, the better you'll become. The important part is to get started and keep at it.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Six Essential Skills to Learn for being a Better Blogger

I have been blogging (on an off) for nearly a decade. The first blog I started was, as you’d imagine, launched on Google’s Blogger platform, which allowed me to voice my thoughts and opinions like no other platform allowed at the time.

As time when on I wanted additional creative control which Blogger couldn't provide, so I began my research and, like many, fell upon WordPress as my outlet. WordPress allowed me to do whatever I wanted because the community is incredibly active and passionate.

But WordPress (and other online blogging platforms) do have their limits if you take them at face-value. The built in features are more than enough for the average individual wanting to create content but if you want to become a better blogger you must be willing to invest in skills that compliment your goals.

Here are the six various skills I have found essential to become a better blogger:

A. Networking

Who you know is (in my opinion) the in the top three as to whether you will be successful with blogging.

Content will be what gets you noticed, social media will help spread the content, but it is the fellow bloggers (and even competitors) that are within your network that will allow you to reach a greater audience.

Knowing a wide range of individuals in your niche will help with creating content, understanding your topics, and keep you challenged for lofty goals.

B. Web Research

I would mention Web research as an essential skill because there are millions of fantastic websites on the Web that can inspire the direction of your blog, used as a source, and help you connect with others that aren't the typical A-list bloggers within your niche.

It’s likely you already know how to find your way around search engines but you’d be surprised at complexity in options when you’d like to search the deep Web; my suggestion is to try out different tricks with Google to find amazing content.

C. Web Development

Blogging is so much more than producing content.

As you settle in with your blogging, you will eventually want to create unique changes to your blog, explore advertising, and other forms of content. Web development is the core skill you should know so that you are able to code what you need and implement features you want.

I would highly recommend considering taking courses in web design, which will help you understand and (hopefully) master areas of development in PHP, content management systems, usability, and more.

D. Search Engine Optimization

SEO, though at times can be tedious, is essential for bloggers because it’s easy to create amazing content that isn't found. You could write a massive piece that trumps the scope of the competitors but if it doesn't have the correct keywords, phrases, and structure it is likely to be lost in the sea of content.

The basics are more than enough for you to do better than half the other bloggers in your niche. Keep those SEO elements in mind as you’re creating and sharing content to gain the maximum return on investment.

E. Scheduling & Motivation

When you attempt to blog on a regular basis you will quickly find out how easy it is to feel burnt out. It’s important that you pace yourself by scheduling your content and finding what truly motivates your efforts so that you constantly release content for your audience.

F. Graphic Editing

Creative is what draws the eye-balls and although there are many stock photo websites it’s still a great skill if you are able to edit images (or video) to bring something new to your content. A basic understanding of Photoshop or Gimp will allow you to touch up photos, add something eye-catching, and keep the audience engaged (if they choose to skim the content).

What skills did I leave out that you feel are the most important for creating and operating a success blog (or set of blogs)? Leave a comment below and be sure to share!

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

How Phishing Scams are Targeting Bloggers and How Bloggers Can Fight Back

“Phishing email will direct the user to visit a website where they are asked to update personal information, such as a password, credit card, social security, or bank account numbers, that the legitimate organization already has.” -

It’s common knowledge that email, social media, and dating website users are subject to phishing scams. These scams are designed to lure people into conversations about their identities, but many spam programs are capable of filtering out these messages. Unfortunately for bloggers, there’s no spam protection against random people contacting you in a devious effort to phish your information from you.

How Phishing Scams are Attacking Bloggers

It’s a growing trend to target bloggers (usually in the form of a random message attempting to get you to open an attachment, or click a link to a malicious website). A more targeted approach does exist, and it’s being used more often. This trick is disguise a message to make it appear as though it came from your bank, your employer, your web host, or even your parents. Often times these messages seem legit because they reference your blog.

The objective is always the same (no matter how you’re contacted): Get you to open up about your personal information in order that the phisher can steal your identity.

Bloggers, specifically, are targeted the following ways:
  • Phishers leave comments on blog posts, and through contact forms you’ve placed on your website
  • Phishers will send emails/comments/IMs praising you at-length about your writing skills; this person will push you to provide them with your email address, or speak privately to them via IM or even over the phone

How to Identify a Phishing Scam

  • Phishing scammers have horrible spelling and grammar. Not all phishers will be so careless as to include obvious typos, but many will.  
  • Phishers like to use strong-arm tactics, such as “We’ll close your account…” or imply any kind of urgency to your response
  • Phishers often need to verify your personal information urgently
  • Phishers may include links to websites that you regularly use, including your web host
  • Phishers include downloadable attachments in their emails

How Phishing Scams Affect Bloggers

These scam artists will do everything in their power to ruin your credit, and assume control of your blog. They will hack you, and use your identity to attack others. The affects can ruin a person’s entire life, so it’s best to avoid becoming a victim of phishing.

Do not reply to emails that ask for personal identification. Sometimes, phishers will save their phishing questions for later on. They’ll open up a dialog with you, and give you the appearance of ongoing support. Then, they’ll send you an email with an attachment included. This attachment will contain malware, which will download onto your computer’s hard drive. The purpose of this is to acquire personal information, which is then sent to the phisher. Once they have everything to assume your identity, they will. And, they’ll continue phishing from your computer until the malware is removed.

How to Protect Yourself

Stay vigilant, and keep a phisher’s traits in mind whenever you connect with anyone online. More importantly, keep your computer and devices safe with enhanced internet security, which safeguards you on all websites and monitors your emails and social media accounts.

If you believe you’ve discovered a possible phishing scam, it’s crucial that you don’t click any links or download any files. If you do click or download anything, immediately begin changing your passwords and running your antivirus.

You can protect yourself if you have your spam filters set correctly. If you’re unsure how to set your spam filters, your internet security application may be able to set them for you. Or, you can check out the spam filtering guide on

The most important thing you can do is avoid giving out personally identifying information online. Use a pen name if you’re worried about phishers, and never-ever give out your email address. If you avoid giving away identifying information, you’ll make it a lot more difficult for the phisher.

In the unfortunate event you’ve fallen victim to phishing, there are steps you can take. First forward the spam to, and report the crime to If your credit or identity has been stolen, a complaint can be filed with the Federal Trade Commission at  

Mistakes to Avoid While Designing PowerPoint Templates

There is no doubt that PowerPoint Slideshows are possibly the most used medium when it comes to presentations, speeches and demonstrations. PowerPoint has always been easy, intuitive and very effective in getting ideas through to your audience more effectively. While it is possible for you to integrate a number of different graphics, media and animations into your presentation, it may not be the best idea to do so. Templates have taken center stage recently, as they define a common structure to the entire presentation, and maintain continuity between two slides. A number of sites like offer the widest range of templates for all looks and purposes, but it is not at all difficult for you to make your own template. But, there are several ways you can go wrong when designing your template and these could make a presentation with good content into a bad presentation which no one would like to see.

Poorly Selected Background

The background of your template will be repeated in every slide! You must ensure that you choose a relevant background which goes with the theme of your presentation, and also does not conflict with your content. Contrast is important, and hence snazzy backgrounds with too many colors or distinct textures are discouraged. Often solid colors or minimalist graphics are enough. Your background must never take anything away from the slide itself, by distracting the viewer or inhibiting the visibility of the text or content.

Incorrect Font Choices

This is possibly the worst mistake you could make while designing your template. Your content is everything, and it will not do you much good if no one is able to read it off your slides. For enhanced legibility, use sans serif fonts. Serif fonts are very difficult to read from afar as the characters bleed into each other. Monospace fonts may not be beautiful, but they too maintain a clean look on your slide due to fixed character width. Script type fonts are a serious no-no in your slide body, and must only be used for titles, that too sparingly.

Erroneous Formatting

Sizing of the text is another important factor, as this is where most people go wrong. Some designers make their text so small, that the people towards the rear of the hall are not able to read it, while others make their text so large that the front-benchers find themselves struggling to assimilate all the content at one go. Font height of 30 points is fairly suitable for most medium sized rooms, but this is something you must implement after test runs in the actual hall. The contrast must be on point. If your font blends into your background, it is very difficult to read. Do not experiment with transparency, texture, gradient or picture overlays when it comes to text. Keep bold text against dark backgrounds if needed.

Excessive Use of Colors

When designing templates, you must leave your love for the spectrum aside. The worst possible situation is words having each letter in a different color. This is not only difficult to read, but also juvenile and also makes it difficult for the audience to take you seriously. Use no more than five colors in one slide, and ensure that a paragraph or line has the same color throughout. If you feel held back by the default colors, you could check out advanced palettes from Adobe Color CC and COLOURLovers.

Too Much Formatting

Yet again, most people go wrong here. It is completely unnecessary to flaunt your ability to the audience and implement as much as you possibly can into your template. Do not put any graphics or pictures into your template, as that would mean they appear on every slide. Add graphics in the original presentation, individually to each slide. If you are making a template for a business presentation, mentioning the company name with a logo once in the header or footer is enough. Putting the same in BOTH header and footer is absolutely unacceptable and will only result in public ridicule, and take away valuable real estate for your content. Lay off on extraneous formatting, and make your template minimalistic. Less is more. If you are still confused about what an ideal template would look like, check out the collection offered by power slides. Each of their templates has been designed by professionals to serve a particular purpose without looking gimmicky or flashy.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

New Blogger Mobile Apps for Android Phone or iOS devices

Inspiration to get a fresh post sometimes happens in a game: to the sofa, while shopping, at any given location and time, or in the kitchen. Luckily, cellular devices allow you to remain connected wherever you happen to be.

With that at heart, we started upgraded programs for iOS and Android. The programs that are upgraded add a visual facelift as well as other attributes which make it more easy that you create and share your imagination runs wild. A few of the noteworthy developments include:
  • For composing posts, landscape support
  • Support that is iPad
  • International support in 30 languages
  • Sharing to Google
  • Capability to view a scheduled post time
    Blogger Mobile Apps for Android
Hopefully you keep writing great website content away from home, and appreciate these developments.

Get Blogger Apps in the Play shop to get the App Store for iOS apparatus or the most recent on your Android telephone.

Automatically share your blog posts to Google Plus

Notifying your followers that you have released a fresh site post not only gets the dialogue going, it motivates them to reshare your content. This way it is essential for growing participation and your website's audience. But it does take time.

Beginning today it is possible to automatically share your blog posts freely to Google -- when they are published by you, without any added clicks. And of course: in the event that you have empowered Google Opinions, any answers on Google may also appear in your web log.
Automatically share your blog posts to Google Plus
In the event you have connected your website and profile or a Google Plus page, this new feature will begin functioning another time you publish a post. You also had prefer to be prompted each time, or in the event you'd rather not share to Google, it is possible to correct your preferences in the Google tab of your Blogger Dashboard.

Happy blogging!

Friday, April 17, 2015

Google Launch New Doorway Page Penalty Algorithm

Google's Search Quality team is always working on ways by which to minimize the effect of webspam. Doorway pages are included by this.

We've got a longstanding view that doorway pages which are made just for search engines can damage the attribute of the user's search experience.

So in case a user clicks on a single result, does not enjoy it, and then attempts the next result and is taken to that same website that they did not enjoy, that is a truly frustrating experience.

Over time, we have seen websites attempt to optimize their "Google search footprint" without adding clear, exceptional worth. These doorway efforts establish themselves as pages on a website, as several domain names, or a mixture thereof. We'll shortly start a rating alteration to address these kinds of pages, to enhance the standard of search results for our users. Websites with substantial and well-recognized doorway efforts might find an extensive impact.
Doorway Page Penalty Algorithm
Here are questions of pages that would be regarded as doorway pages:
  • Is the goal funnel visitors to the specific useable or applicable percentage of your website and to optimize for search engines, or are they an essential element of the user experience of your website?
  • Are the pages designed to rate on common terms the content is quite special?
  • Are these pages made just for bringing affiliate traffic and sending users without creating exceptional value in functionality or content?
  • Are they impossible or hard to browse to from the rest of your website?
For those who have comments or questions about google doorway pages, please add your comment below.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

How to find your phone using Google Search

It required before you can make use of the internet dash to track down the phone that you simply enable the service on the unit.

You'd no choice to find your telephone utilizing the device manager service, in the event you failed to do this.

Google introduced a more straightforward choice to find your phone now. All that you need to do is search for "Find my Phone" on Google to begin the procedure.
Google Search
It shows the present place of your telephone on Google Maps immediately after that's out of the way.

As this works only if specific attributes are enabled on these devices, there's one caveat though.

The place service must be empowered. If that's not the situation you get a device unavailable cannot and error message make use of the ring functionality at the same time.

Great for place when you are unable to the apparatus discover it.

It merely functions if you're on the World Wide Web. It doesn't matter if cellular or WiFi is empowered, as both work good.

The place radius may enhance following a brief while.

You may see that particular functionality is lost in the event you compare the functionality.

It's not possible to lock or erase the apparatus for instance that you are able to do on the Device Manager dash.

The primary benefit of utilizing Google Search is the fact that it operates without Device Manager activation.

For those who have enabled the characteristic yet, as it supplies you with added choices which you might find useful, you might want to make use of the dash.

Discover my telephone is well suited for scenarios where you should find it immediately and misplaced your telephone. This would work nicely for you provided that you just keep the place service and a minimum of one connection to the Internet empowered on the unit at all time in the event you chance to get rid of your telephone regularly in your flat.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

LG G Flex 2 Mobile Review

LG has an extremely intriguing notion of just what a great main smartphone needs to be. After the G3 and the G2 had unorthodox button positioning on the back panel, but with a little practice this was scarcely an issue.

Now they are back at it using the LG G Flex 2. The flexibility of the first additionally stays, enabling the curved body of the G Flex 2 to bend in a few conditions.

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Inside, LG is packing in the best and hottest hardware. Here is the next product to reach on the TechSpot test bench that is powered by the main and most effective SoC of Qualcomm, the 64-bit able Snapdragon 810.
LG G Flex 2

Even though the G Flex 2 is still a market main, and has a cost tag which will be off putting for all but the most fantastic early adopters, it is yet placed from the normal harvest of high end smartphones.

The key characteristic of the G Flex 2 that makes it stand out of the bunch is the layout that is curved. A large proportion of cellphones made now make use of a normal, level slate body that gets refined with each release. Some mobiles are more curvy than many others, but generally it is a version of a theme that began using the first iPhone. Yet such as the first G Flex, using the G Flex 2, curves are taken to another degree.

The whole body of the G Flex 2 is curved, including the battery interior as well as the screen. The curve is not just subtle: there is no mistaking the G Flex for a smartphone that is level .

While LG asserts the G Flex curve permits the unit to be better formed for positioning against your face, and sculpted to fit in your hands, I locate the gains somewhat doubtful. When making calls, which brings the mic closer to the mouth area, yes, the mobile does sit nearer to your face. But you are not constantly making calls, from obtaining the apparatus arch this way, as well as in the hand I find no actual progress in ergonomics.

Usually the palm doesn't make flush contact with all the back of the smartphone when you hold your phone in your hands; from the borders, generally individuals hold their mobiles in other words. Arch the unit in how its ergonomics has with the G Flex 2 will not enhance, as your hands just are not arch in the same way, and most of the time do not make contact.

Actually there are a few difficulties introduced by the curved layout; happily they are not important drawbacks, but they are dilemmas you wouldn't ordinarily get with a level handset. The most bothersome problem is the fact that of relaxation: the orthogonal profile and curve combination to produce an uneasy bottom-right edge that somewhat digs in to your own right hand (the opposite corner is a problem for left handed use, also). Then there is the problem of strength.

Arch a mobile makes it subject to more pressure in certain conditions, like when something is dropped onto it, or when it is dropped. In such situations there's a smaller impact region because of the curve, which results in higher stress in the impact region. In a few scenarios, although not only this like when you are walking in your own pocket, the mobile might want to bend.

Fortunately LG has a remedy, which, as you might have guessed in the name of the smartphone, is modest levels of flexibility within the body. I supposed it had been comparatively simple to bend after I first learned the G Flex 2 is a flexible apparatus. The flexibility was clearly introduced to stop the telephone from snapping when something tried to flatten it, rather than as a cool feature it is possible to showcase to folks. The capacity to turn the handset totally level (albeit briefly) also makes it a lot more demanding than it otherwise would have been, and facilitates the necessity to concern yourself with its breakability.

LG has additionally thought regarding the longevity of these devices by coating the plastic back panel with second-generation self healing polymers. As for looks, the rear panel features a recognizable metallic glow to it, much like the LG G3, which seems adequate but can not completely reproduce the qualities of metal that is actual.
LG G Flex 2 Mobile

Most of the G Flex 2 seems to have already been crafted from plastic, which will be no surprise taking into consideration the flexibility of the handset. Because of the self healing coating, the G Flex 2's is smooth and sleek to the touch, something I am not an enormous fan of as the look of these devices cheapens. Yet using Gorilla Glass 3 to the front, along using a chemical fortifying treatment from LG, is good to find out and keeps swooshable and the front feeling slickness.

Just like recent mains from LG, the only physical buttons of the G Flex 2 are on the rear panel, just. The convex power button is positioned involving the volume buttons, and using a little bit of practice, the placement that was non-traditional becomes simple to work with. Additionally on the rear you will uncover the principal apparatus loudspeaker, which as usual is enough but not outstanding when it comes to quality.

Across the remaining apparatus, there is little to see, except for the microUSB interface and 3.5mm audio jack on the base. On the most effective is the infrared LED for controlling TVs as well as just one mic. Obviously not, although you had believe perhaps these slots could have already been reachable via a tray, removing the requirement for a substantial removable piece of plastic.

The Curved POLED Screen

As you may have collected already, the LG G Flex 2 includes a 5.5-inch curved P-OLED screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. At 400 PPI, this screen appears significantly much better than its forerunner, and it seems fantastic in its own right, although it does not reach the huge densities of recent 1440p screens.

Hardware Review & CPU Operation

In the G Flex 2 is the Snapdragon 810 SoC, which we reviewed in the HTC One M9 of Qualcomm. The execution of the SoC was somewhat difference as a result of aggressive CPU and GPU, in HTC's main downclocking in some conditions, which we should not find much of in the G Flex.

The Snapdragon 810 features an eight-core CPU composed of a quad core ARM Cortex-A57 bunch clocked at 1.96 GHz and a quad core ARM Cortex A53 CPU clocked at 1.56 GHz. As ARMv8 CPU cores are used by the SoC, it is completely 64-bit compliant.

GPU & NAND Operation

The Adreno 430 in the Snapdragon 810 is geared towards rendering to 1440p displays, and graphics operation is excellent, as the G Flex 2 has a 1080p display.

Applications & Camera

Most of the LG G Flex 2's applications is identical to what was seen on the LG G3, although unlike the G3, the G Flex 2 comes loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the carton.
G Flex 2

Battery Life

Within the LG G Flex 2 is a non-removable 11.4 Wh (3,000 mAh) lithium-polymer battery, which has been physically curved during the production procedure to match the curved profile of the handset. The battery has the very same capacity as the LG G3, which may equate to higher battery life thanks to a display resolution that is lower, or it could lead to worse battery life as a result of a more strong SoC as well as a power hungry AMOLED screen.

Friday, April 10, 2015

After Whatsapp, Facebook Rolls Out Messenger For Desktop

The programmers of social network decided to provide its users a standalone Facebook Messenger client, though the desktop computer version of Facebook has a fine organization for messages.

Coming to consider it, using the approaching Messenger-Business integration, this could be even more useful in letting users chat about products, purchase, updates and tracking.

Additional language support will be followed soon even though the internet version can be obtained only in English by now.

Whatever you must do for using this program would be to go to and sign in with your Facebook account. Your current chats could be revealed in the window that opens to you. You would also be given an option to call your contacts and make video calls with them, like sending media files along with the general options. Utilizing the Settings choices given in the top left corner of the browser, it is possible to correct the settings like desktop and audio notifications.
facebook Messenger
At present, Messenger for Web lacks the capacity to send pictures, audio messages, or use the Messenger platform content that is new sharing programs. But, those features can be added by Facebook after as the service develops. Users also have a choice of empowering a desktop notification; small popup is overlayed on the computer screen the alarms the users for incoming messages.
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