Escaping PPC purgatory: How to outpace competitors through ad conversions
When it comes to Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising, you're likely thinking about what keywords and phrases will work best in driving traffic to your website. However, the wide world of PPC goes a little bit deeper than that in today's marketplace.
Mars Ice Caps Might Be Evidence of Past Life, Martian Water Diminishing
Certain areas of the Martian atmosphere is reaching ‘super-saturation’, the vapor is more than the expected amount that could exist. Presence of moisture are signs water still exists and affects Martian seasons too.
Coronavirus Outbreak in Space? What Happens When Astronauts Get Sick
Dealing with pathogens in spacecraft is different because of zero gravity. Lack of gravity changes how our biochemistry works and how the disease is transmitted.
NASA Could Return to Uranus, Neptune in a Planetary Alignment by 2030
When Uranus and Neptune aligns in 2030, NASA is planning to visit the planet while it is nearest to Earth.
To Upcoming Technologies That May Change The World
No one can deny that technology has revolutionized the way we live and work. Hadn't it been for smartphones, tablets, and cloud computing, life would have never been the way it is. However, the intriguing thing to note about technology is, it has just started.
Six RAF Typhoon Jets Intercept Russian Planes as They Reach the Scottish Territory
The RAF interceptors are active in blunting intrusions by non-NATO airplanes. Most sorties are about keeping other nation’s aircraft for UK airspace.
Curiosity Rover Finds Possible Proof of Life in Mars
Searching for life in the cosmos and planets like Mars is by analyzing elements. That makes up organic compounds and molecule that might exist, in other planets and exo-planets.
How to Prevent Your Online Data from Cyberattacks in 2020?
2019 saw damages from cyberattacks rise to more than $5 trillion. Just five years ago, this number was almost half. Cybercriminals have grown more powerful, their techniques more advanced and their reach is now worldwide.
You Love Tech? Here’s Why You Need an Oscilloscope
If you're a self-confessed techie, you might want to consider investing in an Oscilloscope. These useful components have a multitude of uses and they aren't as expensive as they used to be.
Two North Korean Missiles Crash in the East Sea of Japan, as a Protest Against Washington
North Korea launches two ICBMs as a protest against South Korea and US joint military exercises. They believe the exercise is a prelude to the invasion of Pyongyang.
The Complete Guide to Fixing Common RAM Issues
The number of offline population in the United States has reduced from 48% in the year 2000, to about 10% currently.
UFO Sighting: NASA Space Station Live Feed DID NOT Capture UFO Video
A recent video that captured a UFO for 22-minutes, near the international space station (ISS) capture by a UFO believer. The UFO thesis needs more proof to verify whether they are real or not.
Life on Mars Possible? Earth Crater Might Help Find Red Planet Secrets
Scientists are looking at the Ries Crater or Nördlinger Ries crater because it might hold secrets of Mars. We cannot reach Mars wet but we can figure out what the planet’s surface began with these clues.
Looking at Evisort's Contract Management Platform-Does Your Business Need it?
If you are part of a growing organization, chances are you deal with your fair share of contracts. From employee work agreements to contracts related to client dealings and vendor agreements, companies have many commitments to manage.
Moon Landing: NASA Planning Artemis Project for Next 'Apollo 11' Mission
It has been so many years since the historic Apollo missions that left mankind’s foot prints on another celestial body. This time, NASA attempts a moon landing under the Artemis project to go further than the Apollo missions.