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The 10 Biggest Entrepreneurs of 2011

Making massive amounts of money under the age of 30 is something that just about anyone can do now. The Internet has opened up a variety of options for those under this age to make their breakthrough. The founders of such companies as Instagram, Solben, and OnSwipe. Instagram is a photo sharing platform founded by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger. This photo sharing platform now boasts a rate of photos being uploaded to it of 15 per second. That is an amazing 1.3 million per day! This site became so popular that it was recently purchased by Facebook. Solben started as a high school project and eventually flourished into a huge company that works to make biodiesel out of algae and plants. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge Finally, OnSwipe is a site that is helping others to make their online content available to people via their mobile phones. It is helping to create custom mobile websites for numerous companies and individuals. From: Business MBA
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Evolution of the Android Market

When the Android Market debuted in October of 2008, it was little more than an afterthought to Apple’s already thriving and buzz-worthy App Store which had launched just months before. But thanks to the Android Market’s developer-friendly, open nature and the growing popularity of the Android phones, the Android Market is set to overtake the App Store in a number of new apps and app downloads per year. In this infographic, we’ll lay out the growth of the Android market give you the scoop on all things Android apps. Since 2008, the Android market has come a long way. In September 2011, the market boasted 295,000 apps, six billion downloads… and counting. While the Android market still competes with Apple, it has defined and differentiated itself as an “open eco-system” in which developers can offer their apps without jumping through extensive process hoops. In addition, Android offers more than 20% more free apps than Apple and allows a 24-hour refund window for downloaded apps. Check out the infographic for a full look at the evolution of the Android Market. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge The 411 section of Cricket Community posts information that helps you...
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What's the Fuzz Around Black Hat SEO?

Right after the search engine (it was called Archie) appeared online, people began to realize the true power of a search engine to be used worldwide. In 1998 Google appeared on the scene and quickly began winning millions of supporters worldwide. With so many users, many webmasters began to ask themselves what are the ways to get good traffic from those search engines. So this is how it all started. At first many webmasters began to manipulate their website's code and content to take advantage of the growing popularity of Google. At the very beginning, almost everyone used Black Hat SEO techniques such as keyword stuffing the META tags and titles. With the constant efforts of Google and all other search engines to drive low quality results out of their SERPs, many people developed techniques, which can be used to enhance their websites and comply with the new guidelines of the search engines. That's how White hat SEO started. For many marketeers it is hard to believe that Black Hat SEO actually is really closely related with White Hat, even today. Each technique claimed as spam by the search engines, can be reorganized using quality content and quality websites, to finally...
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PPC Marketing Careers

Ever wonder what’s up with all the ads you see on Google and all the other search engines? Do people actually click them? The answer is an astounding: YES.  Pay-per-click advertising has become a giant source of revenue for search engines as businesses of all sizes compete for that top spot. But how exactly does one get in the position to obtain such a spot? There are positions within companies that specialize in everything PPC and they are becoming increasingly popular as the need for advertising continues to rise. Want to know what someone that manages ­­pay-per-click advertising makes? Onward Search, ­ an online recruiter of digital marketing and design talent, recently launched an infographic that explains all of this and more. As the market continues to grow you can also expect the salaries and need for specialists in this field to increase as the years progress. Check it out and see if you’ve got what it takes. To See Image in Full Size Click Thumbnail Below: © 2012 Onward Search Kevin Fletcher is a writer for NowSourcing, Inc., which specializes in social media marketing and infographics. 
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Google: Behind the Numbers

Many people know that Google is a gargantuan corporation that has made a name for itself and in the process, become one of the big web giants alongside Facebook and Twitter. It also happens to have a really, really cool headquarters for its workers. But beyond that, not many people know just how much Google has acquired since its inception 20 years ago. Google has come a long way from the simple little colored HTML page it once was when the Internet was in its infancy. Now, Google is a hugely bloated conglomerate with many more gears and cogs turning behind the scenes than most people realize. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge One testament to just how large the company has gotten is the fact that Google reported a 2010 GDP that was larger than the GDP of the 23 poorest countries in the world. Google is now a superpower that gets the brunt of its revenue-- 93 percent, to be specific-- from advertising. As the company grows, its revenue is beginning to be drawn from sources that, upon further inspection, should raise a few questions amongst its 1 billion monthly visitors. From: Business MBA
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