The Kindle is Amazon's tablet device designed specifically for reading Ebooks.
The name Kindle comes from its dictionary definition, which means to ignite something. With this in mind, there is something very interesting happening in the world of Ebooks and Ereading platforms right now.
Recently Kindle also released a free app for iPhones, iPads, Android devices and both Apple and PC computers.
This means readers can access the entire Kindle library from any tablet device, rather than having to buy specific Kindle hardware.
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Do you have a website and want to be found in Google?
Some of the topics we'll cover include:
Week 1: Researching your niche
Week 2: How to get your website found in Google
April marked a huge month for changes in Google and the way it returns search results. A recorded 52 updates to Google's algorithm were made during this time marking the biggest shake-up in SEO's history.
The two largest updates were code-named 'Panda' and 'Penguin', and mainly target web spam, low quality and over-optimised sites. These updates were both adjustments to automatic filters, not manual penalties, and therefore they disrupted a lot of site rankings both fairly and unfairly.
With the inescapable rise of social media into marketing for business it can be hard to stay on top of all your accounts like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Thankfully, Hootsuite allows you to create and schedule posts to all your social media outlets from one place. You can write a single update that automatically gets posted to Facebook, Twitter, and whatever other social platforms you have set up.
Hootsuite allows a free trial, designed to impress you towards paid membership.
When it comes to getting your business on the map it turns out that - quite literally - Google Maps can catapult your online presence.
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