Monthly Archives: November 2016

TECHSOFT WEB SOLUTIONS follows the best industrial and software practice while assisting you to achieve your predefined goals and also leads you to obtain greater financial success well beyond your expectations. Our endeavor is to make you better equipped, more productive and thus more profit making.

In compliance with any budget provisions, we can create cost effective websites for successful presentation of your company on Internet. We will provide web hosting and domain registration, which is suitable for your taste. Apart from web design and web hosting, we offer revamping of the existing website and website maintenance.

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of web design include web graphic design, interface design, authoring, including standardised code and proprietary software, user experience design, and search engine optimization.

8 ways SEO has changed in the past 10 years

Few marketing channels have evolved as quickly or as dramatically as search engine optimization (SEO). In its infancy, SEO was the shady practice of stuffing keywords, tweaking back-end code and spamming links until you started ranking well for the keywords you wanted. Thankfully, Google stamped out those practices pretty quickly, and its search algorithm has never really stopped evolving.

Google creates its own antitrust woes with poor communication over search listings

This incident however highlights a previously unrecognized danger that we are now calling Search Risk. The danger is that any service such as ProtonMail can easily be suppressed by either search companies, or the governments that control those search companies.

The only reason we survived to tell this story is because the majority of ProtonMail’s growth comes from word of mouth, and our community is too loud to be ignored. Many other companies won’t be so fortunate. This episode illustrates that Search Risk is serious, which is why we now agree with the European Commission that given Google’s dominant position in search, more transparency and oversight is critical.