Starter Pack: Simple SEO Techniques For Blogs 1

Yesterday was actually another moment of explosion as my twitter handle @woldezzy blew up with lots of notifications after my series of tweets on Web solutions.

Im still quite amazed that a lot of bloggers and content marketers are not aware of the usefulness of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) One even had to ask me the meaning of SEO.

Well, this has prompt me do develop a starter pack on how to can set your blog SEO yourself. Yeah! yourself. By following my simple practical techniques, it will benefit youe website a whole lot.

First, after setting up a blog or website, the prerequisite will include Search Engine Webmasters. Meaning you submit your websites to search engines as the owner. The basic search engines available for this include Google, Bing also Pinterest is another platform worth notifying.

For those using Google Blogger as their CMS, since you signed up with your Google account, you are seen as the administrative owner of the website, so no further verification is need, you can also integrate your blog with Google Analytics.

For those on WordPress CMS, you can use the plugin All Meta Tags to paste your meta codes.

Then you can sign up at Google Webmaster, Bing Webmaster and Pinterest.

You can paste the meta details obtained from the sites in your meta header and make sure they remain there to avoid losing track.

In the next chapter, will explain what you should track.

IPhone features

iPhone 8 Is The Newest Magic With Wireless Charging And Glass Frame

As expectations are getting high on the unveiling of the newest iPhones, no one has predicted the full features of the products. However, all three iPhones expected to launch later this year will have wireless charging, according to a new forecast by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

iPhone 8 features

Apple is expected to release three new iPhones in the fall — one premium model with a better screen using OLED technology, and two iterative improvements to the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

All three will have glass casing and wireless charging, according to Kuo’s note, which was seen by Business Insider.

IPhone features

Apple may be concerned that the new iPhones may overheat more than older phones, according to the research. Glass casing and wireless charging are “unfavorable to thermal system operation,” Kuo says.

From the note:

“Adoption of glass casing & wireless charging unfavorable to thermal system operation for three new 2017F iPhone models; bigger impact on OLED model. The thermal system becomes less efficient with glass casing, as compared to metal casing used previously. Furthermore, wireless charging increases handset temperature.

“While we don’t expect general users to notice any difference, lamination of an additional graphite sheet is needed for better thermal control and, thus, steady operation; this is because FPCB is replaced with film, which is more sensitive to temperature change of the 3D Touch sensor in OLED iPhone.”

Kuo says the premium phone would have more overheating issues than the other two, and that Apple might have to add an insulating graphite sheet to prevent it from malfunctioning. That sheet and other tech changes could raise the price that Apple pays for the 3D Touch module for the new OLED iPhone by as much as 50%.

The research note distributed to clients focuses on some of the parts that Apple buys from suppliers to make its screens and features like 3D Touch work.

“We believe OLED iPhone will provide a better 3D Touch user experience on the back of the new design,” Kuo wrote. Because of this, Kuo advises clients to expect shares of the Apple suppliers General Interface Solution and TPK Holding Company to outperform.

The cost of cutting edge parts may be one reason the premium OLED iPhone could cost over $1,000, according to a recent report.

Here’s what we’re expecting from the iPhone 8:

– A 5.8-inch OLED screen.
– Wireless charging.
– Sides made of “forged stainless steel” and a back made of glass.
– The home button and fingerprint sensor built into and under an edge-to-edge screen.
– A double-lens camera, like on the iPhone 7 Plus.
– New 3D-sensing technology enabling “some form of facial/gesture recognition.”

A launch date in the fall — likely in September, as usual.