SEO: A success story by Agam Berry

Rarely do we find stories online about actual accounts of people who started our online and eventually learning the tricks of the trade, with such poignancy and detail as this one that we are about to discuss. Nonetheless, this story is a great story that people will find intriguing and inspiring. The story begins with a man who bought a domain and has no idea what to do with it. He does not have much money to create fabulous websites through this domain. That being said, he decided to learn the tricks of the trade by studying SEO and marketing as well as a little bit of web design. He knew from stories that it is possible to generate income through the knowledge that he could learn.   The man tried his luck by finding the search terms that he thought he...

A history of progress: the Story of search engines by Agam Berry

You are very much aware of what SEO is and what search engines are but there are still some mysteries that still baffle a lot of us until now such as how these search engines decide which sites should be listed first and which ones are the last ones. There are several theories pertaining to the birth of SEO. Let us discover some of them now:   In the 1990s, Alan Emtage created Archie, the first search tool online which is still alive today. This program is capable of archiving various web documents. After that, studies are being made as to how to create search engines. In 1993, the World Wide Web Wanderer was developed by Matthew Gray which utilized one of the earliest search engine robots for website ranking. The modern day search engines that we recognize...

Google’s Blackhole: the sandbox by Agam Berry

A lot of search engine optimized sites were experiencing a unique condition in the past few months. What is it? Two words: Google Sandbox. The goal of many of these sites and the marketers who were hanging by a thread is unearth the nature of this condition, confirm and find solutions around the Sandbox that Google made. Its creator does not confirm nor deny the presence of the sandbox. Is it actually possible that there is a gray area in search engine algorithms that cannot be tapped by these experts? This is like an epic journey to the unknown, across the chaotic realm known as search engines.   With the so called Sandbox, websites listed under Google fight for their lives due to the beat down in rankings without any valid reason. This affects a lot of...

The new internet culture- Understanding social media by Agam Berry

According to Agam Berry, Social media optimization is not just a “tool”; it has become culture on its own respect as more and more people are able to relate and make use of social media for their own personal purposes. Social media is a powerful entity that allows people and even enterprises to become more interactive and communicative to each other in the local and the global platform. Information is not limited to the standard 2 way transfer. Social media allows information to be scattered across the world using technology and the power of public opinion. Agam Berry also elucidated that with social media, human experience becomes the center or focus. Technology might be the platform but the content and context are more powerful and persuasive than the...

Making the Compromise: Utilizing AJAX by Agam Berry

AJAX means Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. This is a development tool that was created to generate unique web applications. Through AJAX, web pages tend to load faster. It is also used to develop more responsive solutions for data exchange within the server so the whole page does not need to be reloaded every time a change is requested by the user. What does this mean for the user? Based on Agam Berry, web pages and utility will become faster, functional and interactive. One of the most popular and widely used examples of AJAX nowadays is Google Maps.   There are numerous reasons as to why you should implement AJAX for holiday and travel websites. First, it can help in the delivery of better user experience with the help of fast loading and more intuitive...