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Motion Photos

A VC - October 17, 2018 - 1:17am

Motion Photos is a feature available on Google’s Pixel Phones. It captures a bit of video as you are taking a photo.

I’ve always wondered how to share those photos with the motion in them, which you can’t do when you send them as jpeg files.

It turns out you can export them from your phone as gif files. For some reason, the Google Photos app on the web, which does allow you to see the Motion Photos on the web, does not support the export to gif feature.

So this is how you do it:

To convert your motion photo into a video or GIF, follow these steps:

Step 1: Open the Google Photos app on your device.

Step 2: Open the motion photo that you want to share. Then tap the three-dot icon at the top-right corner. From the menu, select Export.

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Step 3: You will get three options: Video, GIF, and Still photo. Choose the one that you like from the first two to initiate the conversion process.

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Step 4: Once the motion photo conversion completes, you will get a notification regarding the same. You can find the converted media in the same folder. Tap on it to open it and hit the share button to share it.

I took this Motion Photo below at a really cool music/art exhibition at the 21_21 Design Sight museum in Tokyo last week. After doing all of those steps, I can share it with all of you here.


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When Software Just Gets Smarter

A VC - October 16, 2018 - 2:13am

The last time we were in Japan, six years ago, using Google Maps was pretty frustrating. We didn’t understand the Japanese language and addresses made no sense to us. We got lost multiple times a day and often had to find a person on the street who spoke english to help us out.

It is a pretty stark difference this trip. Google Maps seems to understand much of what it did not the last time around. The directions are great and we have yet to get lost.

Last night, I directed a cab driver in Kyoto who did not speak english using Google Maps on my phone and pointing right or left or straight each time we got to an intersection. We got to dinner on time and everyone, including our cab driver, was relieved.

I think this is a great example of the power of machine learning and other technologies that software makers are using to make their apps smarter and smarter. And that leads to better user experiences and delivers more value.

Much of this happens behind the scenes and is never announced as a new feature. The software just works better. And we come to expect this of our software and we take it for granted.

But it is pretty magical when you have the opportunity, like we are having in Japan with Google Maps, to compare an app to its younger version and see how much it has improved. You can see the software getting smarter over time and that’s kind of amazing.


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Kills Zones And Venture Funding

A VC - October 15, 2018 - 1:53am

There is a debate going on about the impact of Facebook, Google, and Amazon’s growing dominance on the consumer internet on the supply of venture capital to entrepreneurs.

Facebook funded this report that was published back in July and concluded that “big tech” was not impacting the supply of venture capital to entrepreneurs.

Ian Hathaway, a researcher who studies venture capital formation, recently published this blog post that challenges that assertion with some data obtained from PitchBook.

I have skimmed the Facebook funded report and read the Hathaway blog post and come away believing, as Hathaway himself does, that we don’t really know because the analyses done to date are not conclusive.

But as a market participant, I can certainly say that we shy away from funding startups that are going up directly against the large tech incumbents.

But we also are attracted to startups that are competing against the big incumbents with a fundamentally different model, like DuckDuckGo in search, or ShopShops in commerce.

So, anecdotally, based on our activity and other venture capital activity that I have observed, I would say that the big tech incumbents have most definitely shaped where venture capital is going and where it is not going. 

That does not mean it has decreased the overall supply of venture capital. It most certainly has not. 

And, I would venture, that big tech is increasingly vulnerable to a number of attack vectors, many of them self-induced, which should be attracting entrepreneurs to more directly go after the core franchises of big tech.

Whether those courageous entrepreneurs will attract the capital they need to launch those attacks is an open question. But I have a fundamental belief in capital markets to do the right thing over the long term and I also have a fundamental belief that entrepreneurs, software engineers, and new innovations will undo these increasingly dominant franchises in ways that regulators will never be able to.


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Bluetooth Everywhere

A VC - October 14, 2018 - 1:37am

We checked into a hotel today and next to the desk in our room was a block of USB ports to charge our phones with and a Bluetooth button. I pushed the button and my phone paired with the room. Now I can play music on the sound system in the room with my phone. 

There is nothing special about that really. We all do the same thing with our cars and headphones regularly now. But when it works as seamlessly as it did for me today, that is nice.

The truth is that Bluetooth is everywhere these days. And the pairing thing, which used to be such a hassle, seems to get easier and easier every day.

As I’ve written before, the power of non-proprietary protocols like Bluetooth is pretty impressive to see in action. The more they get adopted, the more they get used, and the more they get used, the more they get adopted. It’s one big virtuous adoption cycle and the beneficiary is us.


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Audio Of The Week: Nadia Boujarwah on Positively Gotham Gal

A VC - October 13, 2018 - 12:51am

Nadia Boujarwah is the co-founder and CEO of our portfolio company Dia & Co

She dropped by the Gotham Gal’s offices last week and they recorded a conversation about starting an apparel business in the competitive online commerce sector.

Here it is:


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Funding Friday: Kita No Hou E

A VC - October 12, 2018 - 2:58am

I am in Japan right now so I decided to back a Japanese project this week.

This is a film about a road trip to Northern Japan. It looks like the kind of film I would enjoy,


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TxTenna Is Live

A VC - October 11, 2018 - 2:54am

I wrote about something called TxTenna back in May. It is a way to move Bitcoin from one wallet to another without needing to be connected to the Internet.

Well TxTenna is now live and if you want to see it in action you can try it out by following the instructions here.

And here is a blog post by Richard Myers, the engineer at GoTenna (a USV portfolio company) who managed the TxTenna project in which he explains how it works and why they built it.

And for good measure, here are a few more links:

Play Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.samourai.txtenna … 

Github link: https://github.com/MuleTools/txTenna …

Certainly this is not a mainstream use case, but it does showcase the resiliency of decentralized systems and that is pretty neat.


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Pixelated

A VC - October 9, 2018 - 11:16pm

Google had its big event yesterday and announced two new Pixel phones, the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3XL. I’ve been using Google phones for quite a while now, first the Nexus phones and now the Pixel phones. I love my Pixel phone but I will be upgrading shortly, probably to the larger form factor 3XL.

But even more exciting to me is the Pixel Slate. I’ve been using a Pixelbook at the USV office for the last month and I like it quite a bit but it badly needs a biometric login to the device. The Slate apparently comes with a fingerprint unlock. 

So I will probably swap out my Pixelbook for the Pixel Slate and see how that goes.

I will let you know once I’ve got the new devices and have been using them for a bit.


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CSforAll Summit

A VC - October 9, 2018 - 3:47am

There has been a movement growing in K12 public education around the US over the last decade to get computer science into the K12 curriculum and into all schools and in front of all students. The name this movement has taken on is CSforAll and this week in Detroit Michigan, educators from all around the country are meeting to move the CSforAll effort forward. This meeting is called the CSforAll Summit.

Today is the big day and there will be a livestream of the main stage from 8:45am ET to 7pm ET. This blog post explains most of what will go on today.

I am particularly excited that Luis von Ahn, founder of our portfolio company Duolingo, will speak at the Summit about human computation, invention and entrepreneurship, and why all students need to learn computing. He goes on at 1:30pm ET.

When educators sign up to participate in the CSforAll Summit, they are asked to make a commitment to expand CS education in their schools and this year those commitments have increased as follows:

– 47mm CS learning opportunities for K-12 Students (nearly a 400 percent increase from 12mm in 2017)
– 246,000 CS educator opportunities (compared to 77,416 in 2017)

These are big numbers, both in absolute numbers and in the rate of growth. It speaks to how seriously the public education sector is taking computer science and related tech skills and the understanding that they are becoming required skills for work and adult life. I am very pleased so see this happening.


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Retail Space Available

A VC - October 8, 2018 - 6:26am

A friend of mine told me last weekend that he thinks the two biggest issues in NYC right now are the rise of homelessness and the proliferation of vacant retail spaces. One is about not having a space to live and the other is about a glut of vacant space. Interesting dichotomy.

I was walking home from the gym this morning and passed this sign on a vibrant shopping street in our neighborhood.

It got me thinking about what this glut of vacant real estate is all about. Is it the result of so much commerce moving online that retailers can’t make a profit selling out of a store anymore? Is it the result of rents being too high and when landlords bring them down, we will see the spaces fill up again? Is it a combination of both? And can technology help address this problem?

We are seeing an avalanche of startups that are taking the fractional ownership idea popularized by Airbnb and WeWork and applying it to new and different areas. For example, popup stores instead of long term leases. 

We are also seeing retailers using technology to attract shoppers into their stores and supplement the the inventory they have on hand.

I do believe that in person shopping has a place in the online era, but I also believe that too many retailers are stuck in an old model that is not working anymore. The Gotham Gal, who started her career in retail, has been blogging about this topic for over a decade and saw this change coming long before the stores started going vacant.

My guess is that we are in the early innings of a long and painful restructuring of retail, ground floor real estate, and the shopping experience more broadly. And I think we will be seeing more signs like the one I photographed this morning in the coming years.

But that doesn’t mean there isn’t opportunity in the midst of this painful process. In fact, it means there is a lot. And those entrepreneurs that seek to help the shopper, the retailer, and the landlord will have the greatest opportunity to reshape this sector and build large and lasting businesses.


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Fully Diluted Market Value

A VC - October 7, 2018 - 4:51am

When someone asks you how much of a company you own, the answer could be two very different numbers. You might own 10,000 shares and there might be 1mm shares issued and outstanding. That would suggest you own 1% of the company. And that would be correct, as of right now.

What is often not calculated in these sorts of numbers is future dilution, particularly dilution that is visible if you look closely. The most common form of future dilution that is visible are outstanding options and warrants to issue stock that have not been exercised.

Let’s say this fictional company that has 1mm shares outstanding also has a 20% unissued option pool (so 200,000 options in it), and lenders have warrants to purchase 50,000 shares.

That would be another 250,000 shares that are not issued, but will be at some point, making the “fully diluted shares outstanding” equal to 1.25mm, and your 10,000 shares now represent 0.8% of the company. That is your “fully diluted ownership.”

Nowhere is this issue more important than the crypto token sector. There are many crypto tokens trading in the market that have a relatively small amount of their total supply outstanding and the market value numbers on many of the sites that track this market are a bit misleading.

For this reason, I like the concept of “year 2050 market cap” that the site OnChainFx reports.

Take Numeraire, a token issued by our portfolio company Numerai, and a token that USV owns some of (that is a disclosure if anyone is confused).

Coinmarketcap reports Numeraire’s market cap at roughly $7mm suggesting that you could purchase 1% of Numeraire for $70k.

But by 2050, there will be a lot more Numeraire out there and as OnChainFX reports, the 2050 Market Cap is more like $110mm. It would take more like $1mm to purchase 1% of Numeraire’s total supply.

This concept of a market cap that includes future dilution is called a “Fully Diluted Market Value” and it is something investors need to be focused on when thinking about value, upside, and dilution.


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Audio Of The Week: Rebecca Kaden on Twenty Minute VC

A VC - October 6, 2018 - 4:31am

My partner Rebecca Kaden was on the Twenty Minute VC podcast last week.

Once you get past the 3:20 mins of audio ad readouts (I advise to fast forward through them), she talks about areas in e-commerce that are possibly outside of the Amazon kill zone, the opportunities to build new trusted brands in healthcare, education, and financial services, and why small early-stage venture capital firms are the best firms to work at.


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Feature Friday: Gmail Predictive Typing

A VC - October 5, 2018 - 5:59am

I was typing emails on my new Pixelbook yesterday and as I started a new word, Gmail would finish the word and often suggest an entire phrase to come after the word. All I had to do is hit tab to accept the suggestion.

I’ve had a version of that on the Gmail app on my phone for a while. It looks like this:

But the type assistance functionality on my Pixelbook was much more useful. First it was in line and it suggested entire phrases, not just words.

I’m of two minds on this feature:

1/ It is super useful and once I get used to it, I should be able to construct messages much more rapidly.

2/ I am not sure I want Google reverting my communication style (and yours too) to the mean.

I suppose if Google was using just its understanding of my writing style and nobody else’s in its algorithms, then it is helping me be me. And I like that a lot more.

But if it helping me be you, well I’m not as excited about that.


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Gotham Gal Turns Fifteen

A VC - October 4, 2018 - 5:10am

2003 was a fertile year for both of us as I started blogging in late September and Joanne picked it up on her birthday a few weeks later.

I’m not the only one in this family who blogs every day. It’s incredibly hard to do that. Trust me, I know.

And she has more range.

From her post today:

These past 15 years have been my thoughts on investing, tech companies, the state of the union, recipes, raising kids, restaurants, theater, design, books, travel, art, women entrepreneurs, trends and pretty much everything that rattles around my head.

I don’t think that is a comprehensive list. She covers a lot more range than that. And she edits herself a lot less than me too.

I am most jealous that her blog birthday is her real birthday.

So happy birthday to the Gotham Gal.


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Consumer Learning

A VC - October 3, 2018 - 8:06am

I listened to this IBM podcast with Matt Glotzbach, CEO of our portfolio company Quizlet, this morning.

Matt explains that edtech, a long-standing term for the market for software and technology sold to the education market, is fundamentally different from the newer and exciting market for consumer learning.

We agree with Matt and our approach to investing in education, a core part of our thesis 3.0, is about delivering learning tools directly to the student and bypassing the traditional education system.

That does not mean that consumer learning is in opposition to the traditional education system, though.

We see students and teachers adopting tools like Quizlet, Duolingo, Codecademy and many others to improve learning outcomes in the classroom and at home.

But consumer learning starts with the learner and is focused on serving them as the customer, not institutions, districts, schools or other “enterprises.”

I think a learner-centric model will produce better learning outcomes than an enterprise-centric model and I also think these consumer learning companies will be better businesses too.


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Best Anonymous VPN Will Help You Hide Online

nuance intelligence - November 23, 2015 - 12:53pm

You have probably gotten used to the general visibility and exposure of the internet world. You communicate freely with your friends on social media, research on current events and important items that you come across. People you don’t know may even have approached you with a post or inquiry. Certainly, being in the “public eye” has its advantages.

The Need for Invisibility

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Sometimes, there are certain aspects of your life, or your work that needs some sort of invisibility cloak. Take for instance, launching a personal blog or website. While preparations are ongoing, you focus on ensuring that your products and services remain hidden for public view – after all, this is part of your marketing program to come out with a bang. Online viewers are more likely to appreciate something that just popped out of nowhere, than view bits and pieces before the full unveiling.

You can be a game developer, and pooling general and technical data needs to be something that must be kept under wraps, until the appointed time wherein you can show the whole internet world about what you have created. You can be a business owner or an employee, and needs a secure connection in order to access company data over the public internet.

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Going incognito in the public eye

This is where virtual network services come in. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is your own unique pathway in order to achieve invisibility and secure your details while working online. It is an application or service that helps provide you with a cloak to put on your activities while using the internet. VPN provides a user with a unique IP address that can help dissuade traces, and ensures that you remain invisible to the other internet users when dealing with important or sensitive data.

With the advantages of the internet, there are still times that what you are doing does not need to be under public scrutiny. It can be to protect an online study, or in the downloading and uploading of personal and sensitive company information.

An anonymity vpn benefit is an application that you need to include in your dossier of online tools. A networking vpn is designed to provide you with the invisibility that you need in order to secure your details. The best of vpn utility are easily accessed and found on the internet. Several types and applications are available – those that are used in a professional capacity and focuses on security, and those that provide best virtual secured network services for torrenting and transmitting of data.…

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Evaluating the Right Chef And Step Into This Article To Hire Personal Chef

nuance intelligence - October 22, 2015 - 6:54am

Hiring the right personal chef is a big challenge to all people, especially that there is a lot of them that they can find in the market. Most of the personal chefs that you can hire may have their own skills for you to know and consider for your needs and preferences.

Hire Personal Chef  At  www.ANGIESSECRETGARDEN.com– there are some things that you have to check to have assurances on the services that they will provide to you. In this article, you will be guided on the things you have to consider when you hire a chef in your own home.

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A Quick Checklist

In order for you to know the things that you have to check on the personal chef that you will hire, there is a quick checklist that you can follow. Check the rundown below to have a better idea:

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Long Term Experience – before you hire a chef for a dinner party, you have to check first if he has enough experience in this field. This is really important as you would not want to hire someone that does not have any idea on the things that he has to do for you.

Knowledge in Food Safety and Sanity – food poisoning is starting to become really common in the market right now and it is the last thing you want to experience. So, make sure that the personal chefs you will hire do know how to keep the food safe and clean.

Flexible Time and Schedule – there should also be a very flexible time and schedule from the chef especially if you will need their services during the weekends or even during the holiday season.

Can Cook Any Kind of Food – there are times that you would like to ask the chef to cook the food you are craving for and with that, you have to make sure that he do know how cook any kind of food especially your favorite ones.

Prepare Meals on Time – the chef should also need to prepare the meals on time. This is really important, especially if you will hire them for special occasions wherein there will be guests that you do not want to experience delays with the foods.

If this article helps you out in evaluating and finding the right personal chef for you, then we would be glad to hear your story. Please let us know about it and leave your message in our comment box below.…

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Top 10 Places to Visit in the World for Beach Lovers

nuance intelligence - October 21, 2015 - 3:31am

Are you thinking where could be the best beach for you to visit? We provided a list of the UpandNet.Com top 10 places to visit in the world that are all meant for beach lovers like you. Check it out and know what you are looking for.

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  • Seychelles

The color pale pink sands of the Anse Source d’Argent is really the most common reason why many beach lovers would like to visit and go in this place. One should not miss the chance of enjoying the beauty of it.

  • Maldives

Whether you want to spend most of your day with the fishes or just go and do some water activities, the Maldives could be the one you are looking for. Almost every part of the place shouts for eternal beauty that is being appreciated by many tourists around the world.

  • Bora Bora

The place is considered to be a magical island and it could be the best place for most couples because of the intimate hotels, isolated beaches and total quiet atmosphere that could give you peace and love at the same time.

  • The Hamptons

We all know that New York City is one of the most modern cities in the world and with the Hamptons you can surely enjoy the prettiest beaches along the Long Island with the unspoiled and well preserved shoreline as well.

  • Lanikai Beach

There are a lot of palm trees swaying along the white beach, the sparkling sand, the endless sunshine and the lush tropical plants which makes the Lanikai Beach to be part of the top places to go in the world.

  • Nantucket Island

The waters in the area are extremely calm and there are a lot of sands that you can use for castle building and sunbathing!
Fraser Island

This is part of the world’s heritage that you should really check out and visit.

  • St. Bart’s

The place totally stands out because of the relaxation that you can have from it.

  • Langkawi

As translated, this is the land of one’s wishes and it is a reputed refuge for the pirates which could be perfect for all travelers looking for escape.

  • Kauna’oa Bay

The perfect blue ocean and white sand waits for all beach lovers in the Kauna’oa Bay!

Do you agree with our list? Do you have some suggestions? Don’t hesitate to share it with us.…

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Fashion Guest Post Blogs How to Find the Right Website Read to Learn More

nuance intelligence - October 20, 2015 - 7:47am

taking guest post on your fashion blog siteWhen it comes to looking for the best cheap guest posting service, it would take a pretty good amount of research to succeed. However, it is possible and that is for sure. Good thing, this is possible to be undertaken these days because there are posting services which are natural in nature. They can provide the needed help in here. What can be expected from the service anyway? For sure, upon checking for the said service provider, authoritative blogs will surely be enjoyed. The links from the mentioned can be interesting enough. They are only produced by experts.

Buying Guest Posts

There are tons of considerations when it comes to those who want to buy fashion guest post. This should be realized prior to engaging with anyone. High quality service should always be the goal. Natural guest posting services are meant to promote the website to more clients. This has to be achieved. Google turned out be ruthless and for those who want to protect their website from the wrath and faith of Google Penguin, and then link profile has to be strengthened for whatever it’s worth. Private networks are rarely encouraged though.

The use of black-hat SEO tactics is not acceptable. The idea is always to adopt natural approach. With the best research, blog posting services can be enjoyed. That is for sure! It is not impossible considering the fact that there are always authority websites.

As what has been said over and over, it will help a lot to conduct a research. This is always the answer for – the best fashion guest posting site for you. Selecting the best option is always available for tons of digital business owners around the place.

The same is also true for marketing agencies almost available for everyone. The experts in the industry will definitely be able to work on this. This is for sure! Experts in the industry will always come to a scale of high-grade and quality creation. This should be an effective way to reach and then make use of a powerful link building later on.

Nothing will be safer than going for agencies which have been working on high standards ever since. Learning about this is feasible by reading reviews and the like. Paying a meticulous attention to details and even to client service should be the answer too.

Enjoying weekly reporting must be undertaken. This is going to support responses as time goes by. That is for sure! Take note of this!…

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Buy Targeted Traffic To Benefits When Having a Business Online

nuance intelligence - October 17, 2015 - 11:18am

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Online marketing can be the best way for you to start a business. If you will compare the way people put up a business before on how people do it these days, for sure you would be more favorable having a business online. It doesn’t matter if you are rich or poor because as long as you are determined to manage an online business and share what you have to people then starting an online business will always be possible.

If you are planning to take your chance succeeding online, then you have to learn first how to establish your online presence. This is when web traffic is needed in order for you to make a sale.

Though you can try using social media just like what I did, it would be better for you to go for an assured way. So to help you out you can buy quality website traffic online in order for you to save time, effort, and money,

For people who are having doubts whether to invest their money in an online business, I will share these benefits for you to realize how it can be advantageous to your finances if you can successfully make remarkable sales.

Reasons of Why You Have to Try Marketing Online

1. You don’t need to come up with a large amount of budget to get started.
2. You have the control with your time. This is why even if you are employed or have to deal with other tasks it is still possible for you to have a business online.
3. You can manage your business anywhere you are as long as you have a device and an internet connection to go online.
4. You can experience a constant amount of profits without exerting much effort or hiring employees.

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Read More: Best website for buying targeted traffic, it would be easier for your website to appear in search engine results despite of having lots of competitors. You have to look for a reputable provider that can guarantee you quality services. You can avail cheap website traffic that will suit your budget. As long as you find the service effective to your website then you can start applying it.

It is also of a great advantage if you know something about web traffic analysis. This will give you an idea if your website is improving or not. There are various tools that can help you check the traffic that your website receives. If ever that you have an idea about the best tool that people can use to monitor web traffic then you can leave your comments.

You can also share useful tips to boost up website traffic easily.…

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