Real Time Penguin 4.0 Update #Infographic #GooglePenguin

Google releases more than 500-600 updates to its algorithms yearly, and the most famous of it is the Penguin update. It has been almost 2 years since its last update and, as of 23th September 2016, Google announced that the latest Penguin update is being rolled up. It will be the final update to Google Penguin as it will now be running in real time and it will be more granular, meaning: instead of a site-wide penalty, it will just affect a page specifically.

Google Penguin algorithm is specifically targeting at offside activities – link building. It is to penalize the site that has been using black hat link building to gain the ranking. This infographic created by Digitrio illustrates what exactly Google Penguin is all about using Star Wars as a concept and providing a simple and fun way to learn more about what it is all about, how to know if you have been hit by it and how to recover from a Google Penguin penalty.

An infographic by Digitrio.

State of Corporate Data Security in 2015-2016 #Infographic #DataSecurity

It is an annual tradition for tech researchers to track the latest trend and status of data security. The state of data security in companies and organizations is a staple for every white paper and report of leading research centers and institutes, undoubtedly because such matters are practical for consumers like us and for tech companies who control or process our data.

The status of data security is a perfect eye-opener for companies and a rather clever warning to put up safer and better data control and process.

Moreover, reports on the state of security of data whether on premise or in the cloud, along with other surveys are useful ways for checks and balances. Transparency among data controllers and processors are paramount in this age of ever increasing Internet of Things. Almost all aspects of day-to-day life are connected to the internet sending and receiving of data which requires security and protection against external threats.

In this infographic from Turrem Data, a reputable security distributor for digital and physical data, know how expensive data breaches are; whether Organisations are committed to protecting sensitive and confidential data, and other interesting information on data security.

An infographic by Turrem Data.

How to Choose between Mobile Website and Mobile App #Infographic #Mobile

The world becomes progressively interconnected and one of the proofs is a noticeable rise of smartphones. Internetlivestats.com says that there are 3,447,657,800 something Internet users today and about 60% of them are supposed to be connected via non-desktop devices.
To stay trendy, you should consider creating an app or a mobile website, to make the world know about you and your services or products.

Which variant to choose is not a matter of a snap decision and you better get professional advice. But still, here is some brief info to ease your decision-making.

Why you may tend to choose a mobile website for your business:

  • It’s adaptive to any screen size on any device.
  • It is cross-platform and available for any OS user.
  • It can be quickly updated without the necessity to upload it to any app marketplace.
  • It can be found simply via keywords in the web search.

Why an application can be a more attractive decision:

  • It provides much closer interaction with your potential users.
  • It has a higher level of personalization thanks to personal user’s data availability.
  • It provides the user with a handy interface and better navigation, as it is developed according to the defined OS.

Of course, there is still a lot to consider before you are able to make a choice which will satisfy both you and your future users. To know more, look at the infographic.

An infographic by Cleveroad.

Mobile friendly web design tends #infographic #Webdesign

The surge of mobile technology is facilitating consumers to search for products and services right on their smartphones and tablets and don’t even need to power on their personal computers. They can search by simply tapping the screens for anything they have in their minds.

The increased comfort has made them inquire about a product and its availability in the nearest store rather waiting for the weekends, sparing some time and physically visiting the market.
To serve the online buyers with exceptional convenience and achieve their ultimate satisfaction, the business websites are improving their shopping experience by understanding the trends and taking decisions according to the statistics that are derived from detailed surveys and reports.

The statistics stats that the number of online mobile users has raised to 788 million, which is a clear sign for the websites to make their websites ready to tackle design and navigation issues for a varied number of screen sizes, browsers, and devices. The report also reports that among 5 internet users, 4 are interested in buying things via their handheld mobile gadgets.

It is crucial for an online business to cater to the needs of people as not a single business can dare to ignore a huge majority of the users, as about 40% of the people visits another website if the design in not mobile friendly. To optimize your website for better visibility and usability, you need to review the prevailing trends and statistics in the following infographic, which is composed and designed by UnitedSol.

Mobile friendly web design tends

An infographic by Unitedsol.net.