Recently Google started offering more convenient and easier ways to the Android smart phone users to discover and view contents that are exclusively within the apps. Yet, the most fascinating part is that the users don’t even have to install the apps in some cases.

For instance, the Facebook – if you’ve configured and synced your device’s Chrome browser than you will be able to receive the Facebook notifications, even if you have not installed the Facebook.

Google admits that it has invested a huge workload when it comes to app indexing, and have boasted 100 billion deep links into the apps in Google’s index.

Yet, despite this you won’t be able to view all the contents of the apps, as the functionality works to showcase only a few contents, wherein most of the contents will still exist within the app itself.

As per Google, it is now able it is now able to index and showcase the contents that lives within the app.
This will work as a great tool for the quality app developer and for those as well who are practicing a good App Store Optimization strategy, as even though their app might rank well behind the App Store rankings, yet their targeted user base will be able to view the contents from their app, encouraging the users to install it on their devices.

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It has been quite a while since I’ve been facing a particular issue in Rail, wherein the browser needs to revalidate the page on each request, which is a good sign, until someone clicks the hits the back button, and reload it, this time the browser won’t revalidate the request, it will simply load the page from It’s cache.

This could be vital when you are dealing with critical information, as it can lead to some serious leaking of the information, especially when you as a user logs out from the browser / application, and someone else takes the same machine, and tries to access it from the history. When a new user visits the page from history, the browser won’t revalidate the request, and will load the page from the cache – as stated above. Besides, if there is an advanced hacker in place, he can even decrypt the browser’s cache files and can gain the access of the critical information.

However, recently, I came across a blog from Greg Molnar, which indeed help to resolve the above issue.
Herein, to resolve the issue, one can explicitly set the ‘Cache-Control’ header in the app with a before filter:
“before_filter :set_as_private


def set_as_private
response.headers['Cache-Control'] = ‘no-cache, no-store’

So from next time, whenever you want to display sensitive information, you can call this filter in each controller. Alternatively, you can also set a question for the users while sign in that whether they are on a public computer or private and set the cache header based on the choice.

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Does your business totally depend on search engines, especially Google, for business? Do you earn maximum business leads from Google? Is Google the only source of business and marketing for you? Is your business website being ever hacked? If so, then here is the news that might make you feel uncomfortable and uneasy if your business website is ever hacked. Yes, you heard it right…!!!

According to the SEO news broadcasting website “Search Engine Land”” Google has decided to aggressively target websites that are ever hacked by the hacker, and have decided to remove those hacked websites from its search results for the safety and convenience of it’s users across the globe. As per the news published on Search Engine Land, “Google says it’s rolling out a series of search algorithm changes that “aggressively” target the presence of hacked spam in its search results.”

In a blog post written by Ning Song, a software engineer at Google, The Search Giant Google is turning up the dial in its algorithms to remove hacked sites from Google’s search results.

In his blog post, Ning Song wrote, “We are aggressively targeting hacked spam in order to protect users and webmasters”. He also stated, “The algorithmic changes will eventually impact roughly 5% of queries, depending on the language. As we roll out the new algorithms, users might notice that for certain queries, only the most relevant results are shown, reducing the number of results shown.”

On asking why these algorithms are necessary, Ning Song replied, “This is due to the large amount of hacked spam being removed, and should improve in the near future. We are continuing tuning our systems to weed out the bad content while retaining the organic, legitimate results.”

We all know that hacked websites are enduring problems for users in terms of safety, nowadays, this cluster of hacked websites has raised as a problem for the search giant (Google) itself. At the beginning of 2015, Sophos (an IT security firm) claimed that had notified Google of “hundreds of thousands” of high-ranking, cloaked PDF documents on hacked websites. Furthermore, Google is also removing the hacked websites from the search results because, the hacked websites were the second most common cause of manual actions.

To overcome the issues due to hacked websites, Google has requested webmasters, site owners and SEOs to put their questions or feedback in the Webmaster Help Forums.

Is Your Website Ever Hacked? Need Help?

If your business website is ever hacked, then unfortunately, sooner or later, your website will be eliminated from the Google’s search results. The only way to protect your website from getting eliminated from the search results or from getting hacked is to Contact an Experienced SEO Company at the earliest.

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WordPress 4.3.1 was already rolled-out earlier in the month of September, wherein the security release for all previous version was taken into consideration. WordPress, already informed the community and web administrator that it is strongly encouraged to all of them who are using WordPress, to update their sites on an immediate basis.

Three major issues were addressed in the security release, which includes the vulnerabilities found in two cross-site scripting, as well as the potential privilege escalation.

A. As reported by the community member and contributor, Shahar Tal and Netanel Rubin, WordPress version 4.3 and earlier are vulnerable to a cross-site scripting vulnerability while processing shortcode tags.

B. Besides, another separate cross-site scripting vulnerability was also found in the user list table, as reported by Ben Bidner of the WordPress security team.

C. And lastly, in some cases, private posts could be published and could be made sticky by users without proper permission.

D. Additionally, WordPress 4.3.1 also addresses and fixes twenty-six bugs, which were found earlier.

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Along with the announcement of Apple’s iPad Pro, iOS9 and WatchOS 2, Microsoft also showcased the new enhanced Microsoft Office apps for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, and Translator – all with new features, all focused to enhance the overall user experience, and increase the user’s productivity. Some of the new useful features includes, multitasking, slide over, inking, intelligent search, wireless keyboard support, and updates to Outlook and Translator on Apple Watch.

Below are the few features, explained as below:

Multitasking with Slide Over

• The feature allows to open a second app without leaving the one the user is using.

Multitasking with Split View

• The Split View allows you to have two apps open and active, simultaneously.

Multitasking allowing you to run Outlook with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

• Your attachment files containing Word, Excel or PowerPoint could be automatically launch in their corresponding app, wherein the file will be ready for editing, next to the Outlook. You can edit the file, and at the same time can still view your email message. Once the edits you require are done, you can tap on back button in the edited document, and it will be attached again to a new email message in Outlook, all ready to send.

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The mobile app industry is in a huge demand these days. The app stores are filled with millions of apps, which covers
almost every need of an individual – starting from gaming to online shopping, hotel reservations to flight bookings, productivity to health, business management to movies, and so on… the list could be endless. As per the last data collected in June 2014, more than 75 billion mobile apps have been downloaded from the Apple App Store; and that’s just one app store, we are talking about. Probably almost similar number of apps have also been downloaded for the Google’s Play Store, and few less in Windows Phone Store.

Even the usage of online shopping, as well as social media on the mobile devices is increasing day-by-day. Facebook has already stated that they have more than 1 billion active mobile users.

Also not to forget about the mobile messaging apps such as WhatsApp, which has more than 500 million monthly active users, globally.

Furthermore, as per the industry figures, the global mobile app revenue is projected to surpass the mark of US$ 76.52 billion by 2017, wherein the share of paid apps is projected to decline by 37.8%.

Below is a statistic report of the overall mobile app usage:

Mobile App Usage Overview Values
Number of mobile app downloads worldwide 102,062m
Projected number of app downloads by 2017 268,692m
Number of free mobile app downloads 92.88bn
Number of paid mobile app downloads 9.19bn
Worldwide mobile app revenue $34.99bn
App Stores Values
Number of apps available in Google Play store 2+bn
Number of apps available in Windows Phone store 4+m
Number of cumulative downloads from Apple App Store 100+bn
Reach & Traffic Values
Number of unique U.S. visitors to Facebook app on iOS 47.25m
Number of unique U.S. visitors of Google Play app on Android 72.25m
Monthly social media minutes spent on Facebook in U.S. 230bn

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Due the constant and varying update cycles, there are chances that the statistics provided above may not be accurate.

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Google desktop search has silently enabled a facility that allows you to view and search real-time tweets in the search results. This is one of the most exciting news in the search industry, especially for those whose businesses solely depends on internet marketing and social media, as it will allow them to easily keep the tap on the trending topics on Twitter.

Even if you search for the Indian Prime Minister, “Narendra Modi”, the search feed will bring up the tweets from his official Twitter account, which starts from the latest posted.

Similarly, typing “ashleymadisonhack” pulls up the latest tweets using the hashtag. Herein, the trending hashtag queries will appear first in the search results, while other will be placed in random orders.

If you are planning to develop a powerful and user-centric blogging website, then there is no better time than now. The time is right because, you have plenty of open source platforms to choose from, thousands of skilled resources for development and customization, and, most importantly, everything is easily available and affordable. Furthermore, with the availability of three major CMS options- WordPress, Joomla and Drupal, the process of owning a blogging website is more simplified. However, a question arises, which among the three will best suit your blogging requirements? Let’s find out the answer for you.


The glory of WordPress as the best open source platform for blogging website is widespread. The people’s love and trust for WordPress can be estimated through the numbers of websites running on it, which currently exceeds 60 million.

Initially, known as a blogging platform, WordPress has now grown as the world’s most dominating, powerful, user-friendly and widely used free CMS (Content Management System). Apart from being free to use web development platform, WordPress is also picked for some viable reasons such as it is easy to install, deploy, integrate, and customize. Even an end-user, with little or no knowledge of coding, can handle WordPress with simple instructions. Also, it has thousands of plugins, themes and other features to satisfy any requirements. With so many websites working on WordPress, the strong, reliable and instant community is also a considerable advantage.

However, the world’s favorite platform also has some cons. Several website owners are found complaining that their WordPress websites require significant server resources in order to keep up.


After WordPress, Joomla stands as the second most reliable and powerful open source platform for website development. It is also looked upon as a powerful CMS commonly used on major web servers without any significant problems. The key advantage that Joomla owns over WordPress is it offers perhaps the easiest way of developing social networking websites – Joomla users can create a social network in no time. Moreover, it is also regarded as one of the most powerful platforms for creating eCommerce websites.

If we talk about the availability of the technical support, then Joomla has limited community support compared to WordPress. But, it is still consistent and quick.


Drupal is another open source platform that enables robust and flexible website development. This web development platform is more common among individuals who are a bit more technically literate. Compared to its competitors, WordPress and Joomla, Drupal is less resource intensive, but it is multipurpose and can be set up for anything from a small blog to a content portal used by the large corporation.

As it uses fewer system resources compared to WordPress and Joomla, its users don’t need to worry about upgrading to costly hosting alternative as WordPress users do. Another impressive reason to go for Drupal is its improved performance – this CMS is faster than its competitors.

So, What’s Better For Me?

To conclude, WordPress is the best option if you are a beginner. Moreover, it is an ideal platform for small to medium sized websites and blogs. Joomla, on the other hand, is the best alternative if you are planning for an eCommerce website, retail blogs, or anything related to online shopping. Finally, Drupal is definitely the most powerful content management system designed for individuals who dream to build large, powerful and highly dynamic websites.

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Last week on Wednesday 29th July, 2015, WordPress 4.3 Release Candidate (RC) was made available to the developers communities, as well as to the general public.

As per the official post by WordPress, they have made more than 100 changes, since they had released a Beta 4 of the same. The beta was released a week ago, before the 4.3 RC availability. In software development world, RC generally means that the developers thinks that they are almost done and the software is all-good to roll-out; yet, in companies such as WordPress, wherein they have millions of users worldwide, along with the availability of thousands of themes and plugins, chances are they might have missed out something. Hence, they encourage the developers / testers to use the code, and highlight any bugs / errors, which they might have missed.

WordPress 4.3 is set to release on Tuesday, 18th August, 2015.

To download and test the WordPress 4.3 RC1, please click here.

You can also use the WordPress Beta Tester plugin to test the same.

Also if you have come across any new bug, you can post it to the Alpha/Beta support forum, over here.

If there are any issues that are already known, you will be able to find them here

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After a wait of nearly 10 months, Google has now slowly started pushing out Google Panda 4.2 past weekend.

The roll-out is really slow this time, hence the affect may have gone unnoticed by many. Google says that the update can take months to roll out fully. This ultimately means that Google’s Panda algorithm is indeed on a massive scale.

The last update of Panda, Panda 4.1 was released on September 25, 2014, almost 10 months ago. Google has said that the new update will affect 2% to 3% of English language queries.

The new rollout will offer an opportunity to those whose websites were penalized during the last rollout, if they made the right changes.

Similarly, chances are that many websites may got affected with this new update, yet one may not be able to notice the full impact straight away. The reason is because as said earlier Google will release this update slowly, so one should be able to see the affected changes in the organic results slowly over the period of time.

Yet, stay tuned, we will keep you posted as and when any new updates arrives.

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