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How to Boost Your Online Presence as a Small Business by Scott Andrew Alpaugh

If you run a small business, you know how important it is to have a strong online presence. Whether you sell products, offer services, or share valuable information, you want to reach as many potential customers as possible. But how do you stand out from the crowd and attract more visitors to your website or social media pages? Here are some tips to help you boost your online presence as a small business. 1. Optimize your website for search engines. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving your website's visibility and relevance for keywords that your target audience is searching for. SEO involves various aspects, such as choosing the right domain name, creating relevant and engaging content, using headings and subheadings, adding images and videos, and using meta tags and descriptions. SEO also requires regular updates and maintenance to keep up with the changing algorithms and trends of search engines. 2. Create and share valuable content. Content is king when

Google Stadia, What Happened!?

  I actually loved Google Stadia but what brought about it's demise? Google Stadia was a cloud gaming service that promised to revolutionize the gaming industry by allowing players to stream games on any device without the need for expensive hardware. However, after a disappointing launch and a series of setbacks, Google announced in February 2022 that it would shut down its internal game development studios and focus on providing its technology to other publishers and developers. What went wrong for Stadia and why did it fail to live up to its potential? One of the main reasons for Stadia's downfall was its lack of exclusive games and content. While Stadia offered some popular titles like Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Cyberpunk 2077, most of them were also available on other platforms, and often at lower prices or with better performance. Stadia also failed to deliver on its promise of creating original games that would showcase its unique features