Tag: deal

Duplicate Content and SEO: What’s the Big Deal

With the search engine algorithm of Google getting stringent to enhance page experience, duplicate content can be a massive disaster for a website.

Most of us aren’t aware of the consequences of publishing duplicate content, which is perhaps why we ignore this critical aspect.

But how it affects our SEO ranking? Well, Google finds it difficult to analyze which content is more relevant to a query if similar content is available on more than one website on the internet.

Moreover, the overall ranking of the website in Google search is also affected if the content isn’t relevant to

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AXA Partners and Insurance2go deal bolsters growth plans | Latest News

AXA Partners has entered a new deal with mobile phone and gadget insurance provider Insurance2go – this supports the company’s growth plans within its existing brands and markets.

This deal will see AXA Partners UK and Ireland underwrite Insurance2go’s gadget insurance policies from 1 May 2021. Insurance2go is owned by Loyal Insurance Services, which is part of SPB UK and Ireland Group.

The new collaboration hopes to enhance the insurance brand’s existing suite of products and services, as well as enable it to develop new propositions.

Meanwhile, Insurance2go is set to adopt a digital transformation programme focused on the 21st

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Google signs deal with WNBA to help champion women’s sports

NEW YORK (AP) — The WNBA signed a multiyear deal with Google on Monday to be the presenting partner for the league’s playoffs, part of the technology giant’s efforts to help champion women’s sports.

Twenty-five WNBA games will be televised on ABC and ESPN in celebration of the league’s 25th season, with Google as the presenting sponsor. The league will also have 40 games on CBS and CBS Sports Network. The WNBA will also have 12 games streamed on Twitter and 20 on Facebook.

Google is the latest business to join the league as a “WNBA Changemaker,” a program that

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Verizon Near Deal to Sell Yahoo and AOL

The private equity firm has been on a buying spree in the past few months, announcing deals to acquire the crafts retailer Michaels and the Venetian resort in Las Vegas. It has also had a shake-up in its senior ranks, with its co-founder, Leon Black, announcing in late March that he was stepping down as chairman after the revelation he had paid more than $150 million to the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Apollo declined to comment. Verizon didn’t respond to requests for comment. Bloomberg, which first reported the expected deal, said Verizon would maintain a stake in the media arm.

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49% off WYSIWYG Web Builder v16 (UK deal)

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The WYSIWYG Web Builder v16 is on sale.
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TL;DR: The WYSIWYG Web Builder v16 is on sale for £21.53 as of April 27, saving you 49% on list price.

If you’ve been meaning to launch a website, whether for a professional portfolio or a small business endeavour, the time is now. You don’t even need to learn to code to build it.

With the WYSIWYG Web Builder

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Nokia inks AT&T C-band deal and sets out plan to surf the 5G long wave

Aiming to take advantage of a market in which it is one of only a few communications technology providers able to address the next-generation needs of Tier 1 suppliers among others, Nokia has set out a three-phased journey to deliver sustainable, profitable growth and technology leadership, and made bold predictions for revenue and profit over the next two years.

After some recent challenging financial periods, the company said it had formulated a clear and detailed plan to reset its business, with a new company purpose and new ways of working.

Overall, Nokia sees a number of major trends affecting the

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