SoftProdigy

January 2015

From the Editors Desk

bing-ads-says-goodbye-to-phone-numbers

The free phone call wave is nearing extinction for PPC advertisers and from now on, they will have to bank upon call or location extensions to display phone numbers. A precedent to this was Google that stopped permitting advertisers long back in April 2013 to display their phone numbers in their AdWords ad copy. Now, we hear that Bing Ads have made a similar development in the case. Not too long from now, Bing Ads advertisers will cease to be able to add a phone number in any section of their Ad copy as Sitelinks. To be able to use …

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January 2015

From the Editors Desk

SoftProdigy-Magento-Solutions-Specialists

SoftProdigy has been working in the domain of e-commerce and has been extending expert Magento development services to the online retail community for quite a long time. With time, it has continued to make a mark for itself in the industry and has grown to be regarded as an authority in the niche. The team at SoftProdigy has been diligently working to provide flawless services to help clients in the task of setting up, building, designing, and maintaining an online e-commerce store. The team recently reached a new level of distinction when it was awarded the merit of being a …

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January 2015

From the Editors Desk

Facebook

Facebook, in its quest for effective content distribution, has been experimenting with the new Featured Video feature that it is soon going to launch for its pages. The company realized the need for such a feature as it felt that business pages were not getting their due attention on the website. The updates from pages was getting quieted down in the news feeds of people. The company wanted that businesses should build their pages more on the lines of TV channels than newspapers that contain mundane posts and information. The video section can be built to contain interesting videos from …

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January 2015

From the Editors Desk

Microsoft to Kill Internet Explorer Browser

Now this is something that should have happened long back; it’s still a big, welcome news though. Microsoft is finally junking its Internet Explorer browser and paving way for a fresh one. The technology giant is set to introduce a new browser with its upcoming Windows 10 operating system. The new browser by Microsoft, called Spartan for now, is expected to compete well with the likes of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, which have dominated the market ever since they came into the picture. With Spartan as a project name, the browser might actually have a different name for it …

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January 2015

From the Editors Desk

wordpress-plugins

A WordPress flaw was one that resulted in hacking of the ISC and a lot has followed since; however, the CMS has decided to bring an end to the chaos. It now brings to the table an automatic way to secure WordPress sites in order to eliminate the risk of nonpatched systems. Out-of-date and unpatched software often paves way for hackers to take advantage of common vulnerabilities being aware of which the WordPress has leapt forward to provide automatic updating for plug-ins as it will help mitigate such risks. To that end, the blogger and CMS has introduced the Jetpack …

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