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Indian Army says TrueCaller is a spyware, should be deleted from phones immediately

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Indian Army has issued an advisory for its personnel asking them to delete TrueCaller from their phones immediately. The advisory issued on November 24 notes that TrueCaller is a "spyware" or a "malicious ware" and that it should be immediately deleted from the personal and official phones. The advisor also lists some 40 other apps, mostly from China-based companies, that should not be installed on smartphones by Indian Army personnel and if they are installed, they Read More...

ભારતની ટોચની દસ યુનિવર્સિટી ની વેબસાઈટ હેક​

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Must Avoid Business Website Mistakes

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The presentation of any website is very important, that’s a major factor in holding the attention of your visitors and making sales. The look of your site is important, because it says something about your business and presents an image.   Everyone knows the importance of having a website. For any business to flourish, it has to have a strong web presence on the internet. And just having an amateurish website design Wouldn’t do! Your website design has to be such that it captures Read More...

WHAT GOOGLE EXPECTS FROM US??

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So, we are developing a website, but are there any guidelines or set of instructions that has to be followed? Yes there are, we have to take care of few things during developing a website or else Google will penalize us or the website ranking will get affected by it. For a better Google friendly website and a high Google ranking few things has to be done and what are those, i will tell you. Let's get started then -   1. The best and the most effective way are to make your website Read More...

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Tata Group to Join Ecomm Bandwagon with Tata CliQ

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The Tata Group is set to board the ecommerce bus with the launch of its online marketplace by the end of this month.   Called `Tata CLiQ', the marketplace will integrate the online experience with omni-channel support at brickand-mortar stores. The business to be launched by new arm Tata Unistore, will initially focus on apparel, electronics and footwear.     “The `Q' in the logo represents a magnifying glass - a visual representation of the brand's focus on Read More...

we are excited to announce the launch of new website – “www.satyamtraders.com”

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Not So Appy, Myntra to be Back on Desktops

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U-TURN Fashion ecomm player to relaunch desktop version next month after a year in app-only mode to win back customers and drive sales.   Fashion ecommerce retailer Myntra is withdrawing from its mobile-only strategy and will relaunch a desktop version of its website next month in an attempt to bring back lost customers and drive growth.   The move comes a year after Myntra shut its desktop site and become an app-only store, triggering a debate among online players on whether this Read More...

E-commerce Market Growth In India

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E-commerce market size for goods is expected to jump about five times to $40-50 billion by 2020 from about $8-12 billion presently, says a report.   While travel is expected to account for 60 per cent of e-commerce sales by 2020, electronics would account for about 30 per cent, said the joint report by Boston Consulting Group and Retailers Association of India.     The growth of digital retail is dependent on the shift in the profile of Internet users and the total users Read More...

India's Ecommerce Market is the Fastest Growing Globally

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India received $6.6 billion in venture capital and private equity investment in 2015, a 50% increase from the previous year, which probably contributed to a steep growth in the gross merchandise value for ecommerce companies, Morgan Stanley said.   The GMV of the country's top three ecommerce companies exceeded that of the top 10 offline retailers last year, it said. Since the Indian market has huge potential, the opportunities are making "the story compelling for global Read More...

ભારત : વસ્તી બિલિયનની, ધંધો ટ્રિલિયનનો

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જેફ્રી બેઝોસ, ઝકરબર્ગ, નડેલા કે સુંદર પિછાઈ ભારતને સ્માર્ટ બનાવવા નહીં પણ સ્માર્ટલી અબજોનો ધંધો કરવા માટે આંટા ફેરા મારે છે   ચીનની જેમ ભારતે તેમની પોતાની જ સોશ્યલ નેટવર્ક અને સર્ચ એન્જિન Read More...

Why Business Websites Fail and Few Solutions for a Successful Website

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Website connects millions of people. We can share endless amount of information with the help of websites. The person behind the first website is supposed to be Tim Berners-Lee who changed the world by writing a few lines of code. Just imagine what would have happened when there was no website on Earth. There would have been no search engines and social media. We would have marketed ourselves with ads, telemarketing, brochures and door to door sales only.     Now, we are Read More...

ડિમાન્ડ, ડોમેન્સ અને ડીલ ડોટની દુનિયાનો દિલકશ વ્યવસાય!

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ડોમેન્સની ડિમાન્ડ પારખીને જેણે શરૃઆતી ડીલ કરી એ આ બિઝનેસમાંથી કરોડો કમાયા. હવે મનગમતા ડોમેન્સ મેળવવાનું અઘરું બન્યું છે એટલે આજે ય પસંદીદા ડોમેન્સનો સરખો દામ લગાવતા આવડે તો કરોડોમાં Read More...

THE ECOMMERCE EDGE

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From the advent of the internet revolution in China, ecommerce has always been at the forefront of the startup economy, led by trendsetter Alibaba. From catchall platforms such as JD.com to specialized verticals like fashion retailer LightintheBox and cosmetics giant Jumei, ecommerce has powerfully testified to the power of the Chinese consumers' buck   In comparison, India's ecommerce industry lags around 10 years behind China, which took off in 2005. The rise of Indian Read More...

Online grocers come up trumps in India’s e-commerce boom

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MUMBAI (Reuters) – Put off by snarled city traffic and a shortage of parking, more Indians are shopping for groceries online, helping e-tailers like Bigbasket.com and Localbanya.com turn in profits while supermarkets are struggling.   The online grocers benefit from low overheads, as they store goods in warehouses outside big cities where commercial rents are sky-high. Some like Bigbasket.com can also charge more for certain items than traditional supermarkets, which means Read More...

Affiliate Sites Gear Up for E-shopping Fast

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Sites like Desidime creating 'how-to' guides for a glitch-free experience during fortnight-long retail push   Many online sites are gearing up for a surge in business with a fortnight of discounts during the ongoing Google-led online shopping festival followed by Black Friday and Cyber Monday next week. The affiliate sites are creating ‘how-to’ guides for best deals in different categories, anticipating a four-fold rise in traffic and a similar jump in Read More...

Indian e-tail set to touch $15bn by 2016, says report

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NEW DELHI: The Indian e-tailing market is set to touch $15 billion and the country will have 100 million online shoppers by 2016, says a research report released by Google on Thursday. At present, the domestic e-tailing market is pegged at $3.5 billion, which is less than 0.5% of the $650 billion retail industry.   The findings of the Google report, done in collaboration with Forrester Research, suggest that over 50 million new buyers will come from tier 1 and tier 2 cities. Read More...

How To Advertise On Facebook

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Facebook's Mark D'Arcy tells us what marketers can do to not make their ads on the social network a menace     Twenty-first century nightmares are made up of your Facebook News Feed, your dad and the comment he just left on a particu larly incriminating photo of you posted by a Friend after a night of abject debauchery You know a media platform is all pervasive when the kids, parents, pet mutts, bosses, exes and distant relatives are all chattering, sharing and Read More...

Discovery Portals in Vogue as Shoppers Navigate the Web

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Buyers are now using such sites increasingly to pick fashion products   Akriti Saxena calls herself an online shopaholic. The 24-yearold Delhi consultant's wardrobe is full of clothes bought from Myntra, Jabong and niche fashion portals like StalkBuyLove and Cupcake and Closet, but Saxena has chosen few straight ones from these stores. She depends on product-discovery websites to help her out in making a decision.   “It has become really easy to sort Read More...

Food Brands Serve it Hot Online and are Loving it

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Web & mobile-driven sales at McD's, KFC on the rise, helping them cut costs by half   Hungry? If you have a smartphone, you can order a burger online and be rest assured McDonald's is lovin' it.But that's not the only chain that likes online orders. Domino's, KFC, restaurants like Mainland China and Punjab Grill and even local outfits such as Biryani Zone are pushing this route aggressively in an environment that continues to see sales and profits under Read More...

Mobile Payment Solutions Firm JunoTele Catches Facebook's Eye

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Most new-age, mobile-first companies from Silicon Valley find it easy to attract consumers in emerging markets such as India but hit a wall when it comes to getting them to pay for products and services.   So when a Bengaluru-based startup offers a payment solution – and one that doesn’t require credit cards or the Internet – large players including Facebook are bound to be interested.“They (Facebook) have shown interest in using our product,” said Read More...

Google's Singhal Searches for 500 m Netizens Here

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Google search has answers to most of your questions. But not all. If Amitabh Kumar Singhal succeeds in making the `Star Trek computer' he set out to build, it just might. At Google, the 46year-old, India-born executive is the search czar. Google fields over 100 billion search queries every month, a service which generated most of its $55-billion (Rs. 3.3 lakh crore) revenue in 2013.   In India, there is also another important target on his mind -helping increase the number Read More...

India fastest growing e-commerce market in Asia-Pacific region; to touch $6 billion by 2015: Gartner

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NEW DELHI: India is the fastest growing e-commerce market in the Asia-Pacific region and is expected to touch $6 billion (about Rs 3.7 lakh crore) by next year, research firm Gartner said today. "Digital commerce is at a nascent stage in India. However, India is one of the fastest-growing e-commerce markets in Asia/Pacific," Gartner Research Director Praveen Sengar said in a statement. India represents a $3.5 billion e-commerce market, growing at around 60-70 per cent Read More...

Etailing Booms, But ePayment Falters

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Dhirendra Kumar CEO, Value Research   Last week, I read an interview in which Silicon Valley legend Marc Andreessen talked about reinventing finance, with the theme being, as he put it, “We Can Reinvent the Entire Thing”. Of course, Andreessen talking not about ‘big’ finance, but online consumer transactions, the focus being on the cost and security of these transactions.   As he puts it, “We have a chance to rebuild the system. Read More...

Google's Revenue from India May Top $1 b this Fiscal

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Heavy spending by e-comm firms may . 6k cr help co clock ` in year to March '15 In the great Indian ecommerce race, the real winner is a company which isn't even on the race track -Google, the US-based search giant. The California-based company, sources said, is on its way to clocking over $1 billion (Rs 6,000 crore) in revenue from India in the year to March 2015, helped along by heavy spending by ecommerce firms. According to company filings, Google crossed Rs 3,000 crore in Read More...

On Social Media, Hashtag Can be a Big Marketing Tool

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Online Contests with interesting and quirky hashtags catching the attention of customers   NEW DELHI: Hashtag this: "#SkippedBreakfastBecause" read a trend last month. A day later, the same hashtag was converted into a clever marketing technique on Twitter reading #BreakfastWithTropicana. Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate tweets a contest with #FreeTheJoy, #SilkCaramello and #LetsPlay while #JabongBeYou is the latest hashtag contest for fashion website Read More...

As Online Shopping Booms, Big Brands Turn to E-trailers for Consumer Insight

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Say data from online retailers cost a fraction of the hefty fees market research companies charge When Philips India recently launched a specially designed entry level shaver targeted at male consumers in smaller towns, what convinced the Dutch firm about its market potential was data culled primarily from ecommerce and search sites, validated by its own research.   A Philips official said tracking sales and browsing data of such products helped the firm notice high Read More...

Samsung Plans Two Premium Devices To Counter Apple's iPhone 6, 6 Plus

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South Korean phonemaker Samsung, which has been losing market share to rivals in India, is gearing up to launch two premium devices — the Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Note 4 — to take on the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.   The company has started talking to distributors and retailers to launch these devices in time for Diwali, ahead of the launch of the Apple devices in October.   Unlike previous Samsung phones that were clad in a plastic body, these will be the Read More...

Android One to Garner 'Likes' for Facebook

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Even as Google prepares to pry open larger chunks of the Indian market with an array of cheap smartphones as part of its Android One programme, it will also willy-nilly help rival Facebook grow its India numbers.   Next Monday, Google is widely expected to launch a range of Android One smartphones, mostly priced under . 6,000 ($100). These have been ` developed in partnership with local mobile phone man ufacturers including Micro max, Karbonn and Spice.They are expected to be Read More...

Bringing Service Apartments to Your Online Doorstep

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Hot Startup Scrappy Ventures Startup helps customers find and book service apartments in nine cities It took just a month-long trip with the attendant hassles of finding affordable and safe accommodation to trigger an idea for a new business. Posted to Pune on a business trip by search giant Google, Ashish Agarwal was keen to find a service apartment that would accommodate his wife and young son. Finding one though proved tricky. “I could hardly find anything listed online, and later Read More...

E-com Opportunity: India Vs BRIC Nations

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Popular Categories of e-Shopping in BRICS Apparel,  Accessories,  Electronics, Personal Care,  Books, Home  Appliances,  Cosmetics, Shoes  & Bags   Read More...

100 Million Opportunity

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100 Million Opportunity In November, the active Internet base of India crossed 100 million subscribers. What does this number mean for businesses that can ride on this? Shelley Singh breaks it down for four categories of businesses One hundred million Internet users. It’s a number that has been celebrated — and questioned. When an industry body announced in November the crossing of that milestone, it was seen as a representation of the buzz being felt in the Indian Internet space. But as Read More...

Rise of Indian Social Media Entrepreneurs

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ooming social media prompts organisations to seek help from Indian entrepreneurs to transform virtually every part of their business operations, writes Peerzada Abrar Last year, Amit Agrawal, a Jaipur-based consultant, bought a Dell Laptop for . 33,000. Within seven to eight days of purchase, the machine started to crash repeatedly and could not play videos or music. Agrawal went to the company service centre several times, but they could not solve the problem. After eight months of Read More...

Web Firms Test Internet's Readiness for Future

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Web companies including Google, Facebook and Akamai are joining forces on Wednesday to test the Internet’s readiness for a future in which billions more people and devices will be connected. The pool of Internet addresses used for most traffic today is near ex-haustion, but adopting IPv6 -- a new Internet protocol with 4 billion times as many addresses -- has been slow despite the fact that it is more than a decade old. Publishers and Internet service providers have been waiting for the Read More...

New IT Rules Have Internet Industry in a Bind

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The Government’s new rules forgoverning user-generated content on websites are evoking the ire of internet community in India and chiefly from the largest search engine firm Google, which calls the rules as censorship of internet in the country. The new set of rules will impact all internet firms which accept user-generated content such as Google, Microsoft, Rediff, Indiatimes, Yahoo, Facebook and others. The new rules are set to regulate reader’s comments on articles, Read More...

For the Phone, the Future is Big

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Phone makers turn to bigger screens in a departure from past Brian X Chen Smartphones are going against one of the long-held rules in portable electronics, that smaller is better. Year by year, computers, storage devices and music players have shed size and weight. And for decades, it has been happening with cellphones, too. But now cellphones, and smartphones in particular, are going the way of the television: they just keep getting bigger and bigger. And people keep buying them. The trend Read More...

Web Will Invade Everything

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Pretty soon, all new TVs will have smart features and web-connected interfaces. To make sure that owners of 'dumb' TVs don't feel left out, some innovative products have been launched. Case in point is the InAir Smart HDMI Adapter. This tiny adapter plugs in between your set-top box and TV (using the popular HDMI interface). It overlays a display on top of your TV video feed and can show details regarding the content you are watching or you could access your social network feeds on the TV Read More...

Dropbox Sets Sights on Corporates

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Cloud storage startup ties up with Salesforce.com & Dell for a bigger biz push; plans to expand base in India over next 2-3 years JOCHELLE MENDONCA & JWALIT VYAS MUMBAI Dropbox weathered Steve Jobs’ anger and his desire to kill it but it now has a tougher challenge on cards: getting myriad businesses and corporations across the world, including India, to sign up for its service. The cloud storage startup has made headway among consumers, restless internet surfers and download Read More...

IBM Bets On Cloud, Biz Partners to Log on to Small Enterprises

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International Business Machines (IBM) is betting on its recent cloud-computing acquisition Softlayer and in-house multi-billion-dollar financing muscle to crack the market for technology services among small- and medium- enterprises in India. IBM is raising investments in business partners that can act as the last-mile link between it and small enterprises, especially those that are interested in renting computing services rather than buying and owning them, according to Jason Mosakowski, who Read More...

How Online Marketplaces Are Empowering Small And Home Businesses

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For nearly 25 years, Dinesh Chopra lived with a locational handicap. Chopra sells computer parts, electronic gadgets and accessories from his outlet in Nehru Place—an assembly of several four-storey buildings. Although Asia’s largest computer market registers thousands of footfalls every day, only a fraction brave the filth and dilapidation to climb up. “I’m on the first floor and that’s my weakness,” says Chopra, director, Softek Surya. “I don’t get regular walkin Read More...