Tag: link

11
Oct
2020
Posted in software

Alexander: What to do if phone-to-car software link disconnects

Q: I recently bought a new 2020 Hyundai Tucson. At the time, my phone, a Sprint Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, seemed to work with the car (the Android phone icons are shown on the car’s display screen.) But now, when I want to use the phone-to-car connection for navigation, the phone takes a long time to connect to the car and soon disconnects. After two visits to the car dealership, I was told that my phone appears to be too old to connect with the newest car technology. I don’t consider a phone introduced in 2016 to be outdated, and after buying a car I’m not ready to buy a new phone, too. What do you suggest?

Lori Larson, St. Paul

 

A: Your Galaxy S7 Edge phone may not seem outdated. But when you connect your 2016 phone to your 2020 car via the “Android Auto” software, the age difference may matter.

The first thing you should do is make sure your phone meets the basic phone-to-car connection requirements for Android Auto. Google says your phone needs to have version 6 or higher of its Android operating system, but Hyundai says you need Android version 7.

Here’s where updating your phone becomes important. The Galaxy S7 Edge came with version 6 of Android, and with operating system updates available from Sprint (now merged into T-Mobile) your phone should have progressed to version 7 and then version 8 (the latest version your phone can use.) If you haven’t downloaded those upgrades, do so and see if it helps.

If the upgrades don’t solve your connection issue, you may be facing the tech industry problem of “backward compatibility” (the ability of new gadgets to work with older ones.) While Google says your Galaxy S7 Edge phone should be compatible with your new

09
Oct
2020
Posted in seo

Link Building is Still Highly Relevant for SEO in 2020, Say Experts – Press Release

Many website owners have faced the following scenario quite often: After creating and publishing the best piece of content ever on their website, they sit back and hope to see it show up in Google – and then, nothing happens.

Holbaek (Denmark), and Karlsruhe (Germany) — Two guys from Denmark (Brian Petersen) and Germany(Fabian Pott) are dealing with the same struggle as every other website owners: SEO.

Is Link Building Dead

“Build it, and they would come” does not seem to work, say the two. Especially on a brand-new domain without any authority in the eyes of Google.

“Without a reputation, you are a nobody, and Google needs to see and understand that you have relevance to rank you in Google – and the secret sauce is to gain links from sites that already have gained trust and authority,” says Brian Petersen.

By gaining links from relevant sites in a niche, it is possible to increase website authority.

When a website starts to gain authority, it also starts to rank for more search phrases and is gaining more organic (non-paid) traffic.

“Think about external links as road signs – the more signs that point to a specific location, the more sure you can be that you are on the right track – that is how Google reads links. A link from a website with high authority is like a giant billboard road sign,” adds Brian Petersen.

“Link building seems to be one of the hardest struggles for everybody who works with SEO. This is usually the part of SEO that most of my clients are more than happy to outsource,” says Fabian Pott.

Link building does not need to be complicated, he says. Almost every blog on the internet relies on a steady stream of quality content for its readers.

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04
Oct
2020
Posted in website

Website link for Ehteraz queries

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has announced that its Government Health Communication Center can be contacted via an online link for any inquiry, feedback or questions related to the Ehteraz app, status of the Ehteraz app or other health services. The centre can be contacted via this link.

Queries will be answered within 24 hours during working days. Answers to common questions related to the Ehteraz app can also be found within the app itself or by calling 16000. Answers to technical questions can be obtained by calling 109.

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