I hear frequently from business owners across Canada who are seeking help with optimizing their website for search engines. Often, they’re concerned that their website doesn’t show up when they type a particular keyword phrase into Google or Bing. For example, Eugene’s donut shop in Thunder Bay, Ontario is not showing up in Google or Bing when people type “donut shops Thunder Bay” (note: name and city changed for the purposes of this post, and I’ll only refer to Google from here on out to keep things short)
Microsoft just a few seconds ago released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. The web browser that got initially released for Windows 8 last year, and then later on as a preview version for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, has been much awaited by the Internet community.It is important that Windows 7 users pick the right download of the web browser
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