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  1. I agree with zubeda. Visit that url online and let me know if you face any issue regarding the same.

    I agree with zubeda. Visit that url online and let me know if you face any issue regarding the same.

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Anyone else seeing dramatic ranking shakeups lately? Thankfully, this client is the blue line, but that’s a serious drop and recovery. We don’t operate at all in the black hat world, so our links and content should be in good shape. ...Read more

  1. Yet another update?? Could be a refined version of the Feb 7 update that shook us up. Traffic went up and down and settled to near normal after about 10 days. But last seven days have not shown any change – if anything, traffic and page views have increased a little!

    Yet another update?? Could be a refined version of the Feb 7 update that shook us up. Traffic went up and down and settled to near normal after about 10 days. But last seven days have not shown any change – if anything, traffic and page views have increased a little!

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  1. There are few steps which could be followed to select a sample for surveying. But before you select a sample, you need to know what your target population is, so that your requirements are met. Then you can choose one of these few techniques to select your sample:- 1. Random Sampling 2. Stratified SRead more

    There are few steps which could be followed to select a sample for surveying. But before you select a sample, you need to know what your target population is, so that your requirements are met. Then you can choose one of these few techniques to select your sample:-
    1. Random Sampling
    2. Stratified Sampling
    3. Systematic Sampling
    4. Convenience Sampling
    5. Quota Sampling
    6. Purposive Sampling
    Also, knowing the target population, you have to decide the number of the participants in a sample, which is termed as the “sample size”.

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  1. Higher the engagement rate, better the efficacy of brand campaign. Engagement rate is usually associated with social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube etc. According to one source, on Instagram if the engagement rate is between 1% to 3.5% then it is generally considered good or averaRead more

    Higher the engagement rate, better the efficacy of brand campaign. Engagement rate is usually associated with social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube etc. According to one source, on Instagram if the engagement rate is between 1% to 3.5% then it is generally considered good or average, while the engagement rate below 1% is considered absolutely low. Above 6% of engagement rate shows that you have extremely active engagement and is considered very high.

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  1. Testing is an extreme important part to analyse whether or not a product meet its specifications. To find defaults, if any in the manufacturing unit. Testing helps to assess quality of the product, to see if there is any variation or defaults. It does not just help businesses but also the consumersRead more

    Testing is an extreme important part to analyse whether or not a product meet its specifications. To find defaults, if any in the manufacturing unit. Testing helps to assess quality of the product, to see if there is any variation or defaults. It does not just help businesses but also the consumers to trust a brand, by knowing their product has been tested and is of good quality.
    For e.g.: hallmark on jewelry tells that it has been tested and the jewelry is genuine.

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  1. There's no thumb rule or simply speaking there is no standard formula to calculate the engagement rate. In fact there are many ways in which you can calculate the engagement rate and that could depend upon what is it for, whether its a social media or some other platform. One simple way to calculateRead more

    There’s no thumb rule or simply speaking there is no standard formula to calculate the engagement rate. In fact there are many ways in which you can calculate the engagement rate and that could depend upon what is it for, whether its a social media or some other platform. One simple way to calculate it is to simply ascertain the total engagement on your website or a particular content and then divide it by total followers, to get the percentage multiply the result by 100.
    To see more methods you can check the link below:
    https://blog.hootsuite.com/calculate-engagement-rate/

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  1. Going by the definition: It is a system of maintaining standards in manufactured products by testing a sample of the output against the specification. Speaking generally, Quality Control (QC) is a process through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved. It reqRead more

    Going by the definition: It is a system of maintaining standards in manufactured products by testing a sample of the output against the specification. Speaking generally, Quality Control (QC) is a process through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved. It requires the business to create an environment in which both management and employees try to improve and strive for perfection. This is done by creating benchmarks for product quality and testing products to check for statistically significant variations.
    It is generally done by setting control limits or specification limits and product outside these limits are rejected to be sent further.

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  1. You can always improve the engagement rate on your post or content by following some simple steps. Firstly when you start putting out your content try to engage with the similar content based accounts on the platform, this will help you to gain the support of the accounts in same industry and also tRead more

    You can always improve the engagement rate on your post or content by following some simple steps. Firstly when you start putting out your content try to engage with the similar content based accounts on the platform, this will help you to gain the support of the accounts in same industry and also their followers. Try to use hashtags which relate with your content and put better captions. You can also post your own picture or some other pictures to give it a personal touch and who would miss a peek into your life, people feel its relatable and humans are social animals. Lastly, try to reply to the comments as quickly as possible and create a direct link with your followers.
    Watch the video below to see some more helpful tips.

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  1. Well there's a clear difference between control and assurance which leads us up to identifying the difference between quality control(QC) and quality assurance(QA). While the aim of QC is to identify the defects on the other hand the purpose of QA is to prevent a defect. Quality Assurance is a proacRead more

    Well there’s a clear difference between control and assurance which leads us up to identifying the difference between quality control(QC) and quality assurance(QA). While the aim of QC is to identify the defects on the other hand the purpose of QA is to prevent a defect. Quality Assurance is a proactive process and is Prevention in nature. It recognizes flaws in the process. Quality Assurance has to complete before Quality Control. While, Quality Control is a reactive process and is detection in nature. It recognizes the defects. Quality Control has to complete after Quality Assurance.
    Sometimes these two terms are confused to be same but the fact is both are related to each other but they are different in origins.
    QA is the technique of managing quality. It does not involve executing the program while QC always involves executing the program. All team members are responsible for QA while only testing team is responsible for QC. An example of QA is Verification and an example of QC is Validation.
    Statistical Technique used on both QC and QA is known as Statistical Process Control (SPC.)
    Hence now you know that, QA and QC both are part of Quality Management however QA is focusing on preventing defect while QC is focusing on identifying the defect.

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  1. Response rate is a term generally used for surveys which means that in a survey research, it is calculated as the number of people who answered the survey divided by the number of people in the sample. Although it has a slightly different meaning when we talk in terms of marketing, here the responseRead more

    Response rate is a term generally used for surveys which means that in a survey research, it is calculated as the number of people who answered the survey divided by the number of people in the sample. Although it has a slightly different meaning when we talk in terms of marketing, here the response rate is a measurement of the number of people who respond to a certain call-to-action. Basically, when marketers want to obtain a response from consumers, they will distribute an offer to the consumers. Then the consumers who respond to this offer are calculated under this response rate.

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