I was intrigued to see that the erudite audience on Quora were discussing what Google searches would give a single result.
Phillip Remaker who describes himself as a Google user since the beta days had the right answer:
Ironically, the moment you post the words or phrase that form a single Google hit, that post becomes incorporated into searches and the single hit becomes many.
A form of the Heisenberg principle applies to one-result Google searches: The act of observing them destroys them.
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Are you going to be starting your own online business? If you are, this can certainly be an exciting time in your life. An online business can be a great way to earn a living. However, in order for it to be successful, you need to do it right. Continue reading “Online Stores That Really Sell”
Now that 2015 is half over, many business owners are evaluating their profits and other important data to determine where they are. If you’re ready to make the second half of 2015 even more successful than the first half, accessing effective business-building tips and tricks is a must. Here are three you may want to consider: Continue reading “Make Your Business Better Than Ever In 2015”
Keeping track of employee and contractor financial matters has become increasingly complex in the past several years. This complexity has convinced many offices to think about credit union statement outsourcing as a viable solution to their document and marketing needs. Continue reading “What You Should Consider Before Outsourcing E Statements”
Have you spent any time recently on vexillology? That apparently is the study of flags. I must admit it was a new word for me but I became quite enthusiastic about it after seeing a TED talk today. It was given by Roman Mars for whom it seems to be somewhat of a passion. Continue reading “Proudly Fly the Flag”
Few will disagree with the title of this post.. After all laughter is the best medicine we are told. But why do we do it? Sophie Scott is a cognitive neuroscientist who can explain to you exactly why we laugh. You can see her TED presentation below. It is fun to watch and worth every minute you will spend on viewing it. Continue reading “You should laugh more”
Online marketing has never been more important than it is right now. It is a necessary form of survival for all new online businesses. Without the proper marketing, the general public will never find out that an online business exists. Needless to say, if people don’t know a business exists, it will have a very hard time staying afloat, especially if it is involved in an industry that is extremely competitive. Continue reading “Services an Online Marketing Company Should Provide”
Every morning at about the same time I go with Tia, my dog, for a 25 minutes walk. We always go the same way and it got me thinking. Some might ask me,” Isn’t that boring?” My answer is a strong denial….. and why would I say that?
The best answer is probably that ancient quote by Heraclitus. You can never jump into the same river twice. There are so many ways in which the scene changes every time we visit. Continue reading “Walking my dog”
Driving along in your own cocoon should be an ideal time to think beautiful thoughts and enjoy the scenery as you pass. Unfortunately, many of us are almost addicted to leaving the cell phone open and can be distracted at any moment by what may look like a priority. It is not only destroying your peace of mind, but could well result in your death or serious injury if you overlook what is happening around you. if only someone could intervene and monitor all of those attempts to divert you and handle them in the most appropriate way. Continue reading “OneTap, a great way to avoid driving distractions”
We are all getting used to having many of our communications via the Internet. There are also many digital services which can operate much more effectively when they are supported by online data services. This has many advantages both in effectiveness and in cost savings. Continue reading “Your telephone exchange in the clouds”