Showing posts with label Internet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Internet. Show all posts

Tuesday

How To Disappear Online Over Internet [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - July 11, 2017
Internet has been serving us in various ways like finding any person, career, job, cooking, news, reviews, medical helps, understanding kid's requirement, education, sports, location of a hotel or hospital and every small requirements in our daily life.

How To Disappear Online Over Internet [Infographic]

But sometimes due to privacy and security purposes you have to disappear from net. In case you have made your mind about your privacy, your security, and your reputation, then its better to make yourself invisible online that will be worth the time and trouble as well. The below infogrphic will help you understand how can you make yourself disappear.

How to Disappear Online
Source : WhoIsHostingthis

Monday

Growth Of Internet Usage And Its Effect on Human Brains [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - June 26, 2017
The growth of internet is incredible no doubt and its still growing day by day. Internet users got increased along with time and the number of websites as well. The current addiction that has the world’s population enslaved is the internet or the World Wide Web. However, instead of curing ourselves of this addiction, we are letting it spread far and wide. It is up for debate whether this addiction is actually ‘that harmful’ or not, but we do know for sure that it has affected our attention span greatly. Below is the statistics for that!

Growth Of Internet Usage And Its Effect on Human Brains [Infographic]

Social Media has also played a great role in expanding the categories of internet users with huge increment of internet users. Now they are not only using web as browsing media, but they are keen on using net on mobile with various apps also, which as a whole increased the head counts massively. Below is an infographic that presents facts proving the existence of our internet addiction and population statistics.

World Internet Usage And Population Statistics
Source: utterweb

Thursday

How Video Marketing Works [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - June 22, 2017
All of this data has a general thrust: video marketing is a strategy that is growing more potent with time, as Internet content becomes increasingly video-based, and case studies show that it is effective for businesses ranging wildly in size, market, and product type.

How Video Marketing Works [Infographic]

Here are 3 Video Marketing Tips:

1. Plan - Video should be part of your overall marketing plan, an engagement tactic that supports your goals. Producing great video is not enough – you have to USE it! Identify your goals – whether they are raising awareness or driving business – and establish your success metrics.
2. Produce - Who’s your target market and what’s your budget? Once you’ve answered those questions, find a video production company who can bring your vision to life. Think about highlighting satisfied customers or your unique services.
3. Promote - Put your social hat on and start sharing! Where do your customers hang out? Find them and spread the word. Think Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube etc.

However, while YouTube is still a starting point for many marketers, Facebook is gaining ground quickly, and a robust marketing strategy integrates both. Our research shows that:
  • By 2018, 90% of content shared by Facebook users will be video
  • At present, 59% of video shares occur on Facebook
  • 90% of online marketers use both Facebook and YouTube for video marketing
Along with the 3 video marketing tips, here are the 127 facts and figures in the infographic below to help you make informed decisions for an effective video marketing strategy. Feel free to save, and share with experts and novices alike!

video marketing infographic

How To Use WhatsApp On Your Web Browser

Posted By: Arin Dey - January 22, 2015
People have beeing trying different approaches to access their WhatsApp app over PC and browser. This time WhatsApp team has made it very easy to connect your web browser to your WhatsApp client on smartphone.

How To Use WhatsApp On Your Web Browser

Prerequisite to use over web browser : You have to have latest WhatsApp version installed on your smartphone or device.

Visit this page on your mobile phone to install the latest version of WhatsApp Messenger. Please note that this feature is available in its latest version only.


How to enable WhatsApp web on your smartphoneWhatsapp blog site reads as "Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser. Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device -- this means all of your messages still live on your phone."

How to enable WhatsApp web on your smartphone :

1. Open WhatsApp on your smartphone.
2. On the top right corner, click on the option
3. On the dropdown menu you will get the WhatsApp Web option.

This will open your camera and will search for a QR code which will be available over Web browser.

How to enable WhatsApp web on Google Chrome browser :

1. Open https://web.whatsapp.com in your Google Chrome browser.
2. You will see a QR code. You need to scan the code inside of WhatsApp.

Now everything you have in your phone's WhatsApp will be mirrored to the browser.
How to enable WhatsApp web on Google Chrome browser

"You have now paired WhatsApp on your phone with the WhatsApp web client. Your phone needs to stay connected to the internet for our web client to work, and please make sure to install the latest version of WhatsApp on your phone. Unfortunately for now, we will not be able to provide web client to our iOS users due to Apple platform limitations." WhatsApp blog reads.

Now it will be much more easier to interact with your WhatsApp contacts while you are working at your PC as there is a desktop notification option as well in WhatsApp web.

Friday

Google Fiber Offering Free Basic Internet Service

Posted By: Arin Dey - November 28, 2014
Google has surprises for residents of Austin, Kansas City & Provo Texas. It is offering a free basic version of its broadband service to these cities. Google fiber team revealed its pricing for its coming soon Fiber services. It is reported that it will offer 1Gbps service priced at $70 per month and 1Gbps plus TV for $130.

Google Fiber Offering Free Basic Internet Service

The basic plan comes with a one-time $300 construction fee, but there is no monthly charges afterward. There is an option of paying $25 a month for one year and then receive free Internet for all the following years. It will provide download speeds up to five megabits per second and upload speeds of one megabit per second.

Google Fiber Offering Free Basic Internet Service In Several Cities

People signing up for the mid-tier plan and the upper-tier plan will have the $300 construction fee waived as long as they commit to one full year.

For $70 a month, users will receive up to 1,000 megabits per second upload and download speeds and 1TB of cloud storage across Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ photos.

For $130 a month, users receive 150-plus TV channels and the ability to record eight shows at once in addition to up to 1,000 megabits per second upload and download speeds and 1TB of cloud storage across Google Drive, Gmail and Google+ photos.

Google Fiber Residential Rate Plans

Google has yet to reveal when Fiber will go live. Its website says consumers to “check back in December when we open the first fiberhoods for sign up.

In future, the company has plans to expand its Google Fiber community across the country with increasing Internet speeds. With high speed fiber-optic networks it will provide better connectivity for millions of Americans as of now.

Google fiber service is available in Kansas City and Provo, Utah. The company has plans to expand Fiber to Phoenix, Arizona and Nashville, Tennessee in near future.

Sunday

Founders Of The Internet [Infographic]

Posted By: Arin Dey - June 08, 2014
If we start naming the people who have huge cntribution into founding the Internet. There are a lot starting with Bill Gates, Alan Turing, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Steve Jobs, Bob Kahn, Vint Cerf, Jeff Bezos, Jimmy Wales, Chad Hurley, Pierre Omidyar, Jerry Yang, Bill Gross and Tim Berners-Lee and many more. There were many names who made the below short list.

Founders Of The Internet [Infographic]

This inforgraphic will help you learn when and how the people gave revolution to the internet world. 

Founders Of The Internet

Source : Glow New Media

Thursday

Record-breaking DDoS Attack Hits Europe

Posted By: Arin Dey - February 13, 2014
A massive distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack hit Europe and it is reported that reached more than 400 Gbps at its peak this week. It surpassed its previous record which was on last year’s Spamhaus attack.
The first person reported the attack was a victim of DDoS from company CloudFlare which is a content delivery network and security provider.

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince tweeted “Very big NTP reflection attack hitting us right now. Appears to be bigger than the #Spamhaus attack from last year. Someone’s got a big, new cannon. Start of ugly things to come.”

He did not revealed the name of the victim but he said the attack was directed at servers in Europe. He added that “These NTP reflection attacks are getting really nasty.”

Current week’s DDoS attack exceeded the attack which was held on last March with a 300Gbps surge of traffic hitting spam fighter Spamhaus, CloudFlare, and Internet switching stations in Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London. It was observed that it slowed down some service across the Internet.

Bangalore Introduces Free Wi-Fi For Public

Posted By: Arin Dey - January 23, 2014
Bangalore is yet to get a lot more in this era it seems. For the first time in India, the IT capital Bangalore is going to fulfill our "dream come true wish" i.e. free Wifi for public. The service is named as ‘Namma Wifi’ (meaning Our Wi-Fi).


The services will be available from the happening places such as M G Road, Brigade Road and four other locations in the city of Bangalore. Public are allowed to access free wireless Internet connectivity starting this Friday effectively. The place near Metro station on M.G. Road will be the first in the list. 

In the last budget Chief Minister Siddaramaiah promised to introduce the service freely. The service will be there at the Traffic and Transmit Management Centres (TTMCs) at Shanthinagar, Yeshwanthpur and Koramangala, besides CMH Road in Indiranagar.

How do you access the Wi-Fi?

Follow the below mentioned procedure to access free Namma Wi-Fi. 

1. You have to switch on its Wi-Fi service in their device.
2. You will be prompted with Wi-Fi options with Namma Wi-Fi.
3. Click on “Namma Wifi” page prompted and it will open in web browser.
4. Now enter the mobile number and the passkey sent to you via SMS
5. Once you enter password  you will be connected t Wi-Fi.

Limitations : 

1. You can browse the net free for 30 minutes in 24 hours. 
2. You can get internet speeds of about 512 kbps. 
3. You are restricted to access certain websites.

Similar to internet on Airport terminals, ‘Namma Wifi’ will work on the similar concept.


Government Tie up Service :

Department of IT, Government of Karnataka has tied up with a private internet service provider D-VoiS to start this venture.

Expanding the service other than Bangalore ?

Yes, Government has plan to provide similar service in Mysore, Mangalore, Hubli-Dharwad and some other towns in north Karnataka in the coming months respectively.

The man behind the concept :

The famous technocrat T V Mohandas Pai of the Manipal Global Education, Karnataka Information and Communication Technology Group (KIG-2020) has initiated this project of giving free Wi-Fi in the city. He also added that KIG wants to offer IT capital of India some free Wi-Fi zones.

It is expected from an IT city to offer such kind of free service for public. Lets hope to get the service in other cities also.

Monday

How To Keep Your Internet Usage Private [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - January 13, 2014
Internet usage has rapidly transformed from a disconcerting prospect to an alarming reality. We now live in a golden digital age wherein people have become so absorbed in overflowing information that oversharing is now a rule, rather than an exception. It has never been top secret that online activity is far from being private. Chat, email, photos, videos, file transfers, social networking data – these kinds of user information and a multitude of other online data may be accessed through the click of a button, at any given time or place.

How To Keep Your Internet Usage Private [Infographic]

AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and the other Internet giants of today are known to make our data available, and they have been reported and found to keep track of online usage. Here are some tips for keeping your internet usage private in the below infographic.

9 Tips for Keeping Your Internet Usage Private - Via Who Is Hosting This: The Blog
Source: WhoIsHostingThis.com

Sunday

How To Take A Brief Vacation From Internet [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - October 13, 2013
Tired with your hectic schedule and tech-enabled life? Want to take a brief break?

How To Take A Brief Vacation From Internet [Infographic]

Lets find out the best possible reasons to take break and the ways to do while not connected with internet. here is a nice infographic explaining the ways.

Not exactly sure what to do with your tech-free time? Here are some ideas, customized for you:

Source : Greatist

Friday

7 Shocking Stats And Trends About The Internet [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - August 30, 2013
Do you know that China has more Internet users than US. Even in online shopping Alibaba has the highest sales compared to Amazon and eBay combined. 

7 Shocking Stats And Trends About The Internet [Infographic]

Find the inforgraphic below to understand the statistics and trends about the Internet.
Source : Staff.com

Sunday

The Internet & Social Media Revolution [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - November 25, 2012
How the social media has evolved businesses and what could be the next? Most of the B2B and B2C companies are relying on social medias like facebook, twitter, linkedin and many more. Social media is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with on the marketing frontier. Some would say it is already there, although it still remains only one component of an overall marketing plan.

The Internet & Social Media Revolution [Infographic]

Below is a nice infographic by ADEO Internet Marketing group, which explains how the social media revolution began and going on.

The Social Media Revolution
Source : Visually.

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