1.enjoyment, amusement, or lighthearted pleasure.
1.carried out during the day as opposed to the evening or at night.
Fun Day refers to an event organized by the company at which employees and their members participate in some activities, usually in an informal setting.
These events aim to facilitate bonding between employees enhance relationships between co-workers with the theme: "remembering childhood memories, making LGO/CBSI alive with youthful camaraderie through larong lahi."
It's more FUN at LGO/CBSI!
Lupang Pangako. It's the area at the top of a mountain in Brgy. Amungan, Iba, Zambales where the Aetas affected by the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991 were relocated. It was almost a two-hour journey from Subic where the office and most of IROG Foundation's volunteers are based. To say that the road to Sitio Lupang Pangako was not easily accessible would be an absolute understatement. However, that didn't take away the fun of the road trip from us.
The counterintuitive notion of "the more you give, the more you receive" had been proven true once again.
A documentary video by Logicgateone Corporation.
If you’re a regular reader of my column, you’ll understand the title of this article is tongue-in-cheek. Clearly, I’m not encouraging anyone to recreate what I’m about to show you (as it leads to a very poor user experience). Rather, I am writing about it in hopes that Google will get wise to the issue and fix it.
The issue? Forcing a searcher to download an app in order to access content, and making that page mobile-friendly so it gets a boost in mobile search results.
If you play guitar, you’ve likely encountered this situation in Google; most of the results that rank well on a smartphone do it. Here’s an example:
The other day, I wanted to play “Chain Gang” by Sam Cooke on my guitar. It’s not a common query, but there are more than 200,000 smartphone searches related to “guitar tab” a month, according to Google Keyword Planner. And all of them could be subject to the same mobile (un)friendly experience I’m about to describe.
Imagine doing a research work on a certain subject and browsing through numerous books and materials in the low-tech method. You will need to put bookmarks on each material so that you will have an easier time looking up topics you are working on from the various sources you have.
Online bookmarking of relevant links does this in a very similar way. Links are virtual streets which allow us to move from one webpage to another and back again and out again to another street, and so on and so forth. It seems like a labyrinth; but search engines utilize sophisticated link analysis to determine how pages are related to one another and in what ways.
Through this complex mechanism of links, search engines are not merely capable of analyzing the popularity of a website and page based on the quantity and popularity of pages linking to them, but also metrics like trust, spam, and authority. Reliable websites tend to link to other trusted sites, while spam-filled sites obtain very few links from trusted sources.
Knowing this, users can be confident that trusted sites are authoritative sources of information. And the more trusted friends or partners you have, the more secure is your own life and career, as we know in real life. Likewise, the more popular you are in the sense of having many trusted link partners, the better chances you have to gain success in your business and social dealings online as well as in real life.
Some tips on gaining this kind of this confidence online are the following*:
The concept of "local" popularity, first pioneered by the Teoma search engine, suggests that links from sites within a topic-specific community matter more than links from general or off-topic sites. For example, if your website sells dog houses, earning links from the Society of Dog Breeders matters much more than earning links from an off-topic, roller-skating site.
One of the strongest signals the engines use in rankings is anchor text. If dozens of links point to a page with the right keywords, that page has a very good probability of ranking well for the targeted phrase in that anchor text. You can see examples of this in action with searches like "click here", where many results rank solely due to the anchor text of inbound links.
It's no surprise that the Internet contains massive amounts of spam. Some estimate as much as 60% of the web's pages are spam. In order to weed out this irrelevant content, search engines use systems for measuring trust, many of which are based on the link graph. Earning links from highly trusted domain can result in a significant boost to this scoring metric.
Universities, government websites and non-profit organizations represent examples of high-trust domains.
Spam links often go both ways. A website that links to spam is likely spam itself, and in turn often has many spam sites linking back to it. By looking at the totality of these links in aggregate, search engines can understand the "link neighborhood" your website exists in. Thus, it is wise to choose those sites you link to carefully and be equally selective with the sites you attempt to earn links from.
Link signals tend to decay over time. Sites that were once popular often go stale, and eventually fail to earn new links. Thus, it is important not only to earn links to your website, but also to continue to earn additional links over time. Commonly referred to as "FreshRank," search engines use the freshness signals of links to judge current popularity and relevance.
The last few years have seen an explosion in the amount of content shared through social services such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Although search engines treat socially shared links differently than other types of links, they notice them nonetheless. There is much debate among search professionals as to how exactly search engines factor social link signals into their algorithm, but there is no denying the rising importance of social channels.
At LGO, everything we do is customized to every client we work, which requires thorough consultation to ensure that we are on the same page and we understand your expected results about SEO, Web Design, Web Programs and even Social Media Marketing.
So, if you are a digital book publisher or a visual arts dealer, coming up with a press release can help you reach as many dedicated clients as you can get through LGO’s expert assistance.
First of all, you need to have the best writers to help you craft your press release in order to target the right customers. Logicgateone has a wide array of writers in many areas and industry lines who are available to consult with you with regards to your specific requirements. As long as you can furnish the basic information regarding your personal experiences, your products or services, LGO will take care of structuring the press release according to your specifications and LGO will also go about the task of reaching as many interested clients for you as possible through their marketing and SEO skills.
Gaining positive exposure online is what it is all about. Logicgateone has the experience to help its clients attain a high level of success in bringing in business and maintaining a foothold on their target market.
Writing articles for blogs, newsletters, journals and promotional campaigns is essential to many business firms and political, social and research organizations. Although many today have had academic training in composition, it takes a lot of experience and exposure to various forms of publications in order for a person to gain a comprehensive and high degree of proficiency in article-writing that is needed by LGO to serve its many clients.
Here are some of the specific jobs that Logicgateone can do for its clients:
• Feature stories
• Q & A
• Feature stories
• Encyclopedia articles
• Opinion and analysis
How fast can LGO deliver articles? Unfortunately, for LGO the question is not how fast but how good the articles are. You can go to those who can produce cheap articles in a minute; but LGO only delivers top-quality articles that take equally valuable time to produce.
Customer support service by UserEcho