Dig Frontiers

leading the digital world

True Travelers

It is high time to understand that the best holiday – is the one who planned their own. Of course, you can contact any travel agency and you pick the right tour to any country where you will be tied to one city and one hotel. But much more interesting on their own hotel reservations, buy tickets and arrange a real journey. A couple of days to take a hotel in Prague, visit the famous Czech beer and enjoy 'baked veprevo knee ', go for a week in Dresden, visit the famous Dresden gallery, wrapped in the day in Denmark, and finish the Finnish water parks. Or go trekking in the South-East Asia – China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Maldives and Thailand – all during one vacation, and with the minimum cost – in fact you will not overpay large sums to tour operators for organizing your holiday. Unattainable dream? Not at all, most, that neither is the reality! All hotels in the world are available on one site FlyNow.ru, the most famous in the world of online hotel reservation system where you can pick a hotel for every taste, it all depends on your preference and how much money you are willing to pay for lodging. From youth hostel with a symbolic payment for accommodation to five star hotels – all at your fingertips. And there is nothing more than your desire to spend your vacation the way you want it. Book Hotels in Europe, Asia and America for a day or three a week, you can visit different cities and countries and it will be something to remember home! And having tried once, you already realize that this journey can only be so, and you certainly want to repeat it or to discover new destinations.

Keeping a Step Ahead of the Curve

How is it possible to stay ahead of the curve in a constantly evolving industry such as Google? There seems to be so much going on and changing all the time, is it even possible?  Since at DigFrontiers this is our focus 100% of the time, we believe we’ve gotten to learn some of the tricks of the trade.  We give a brief overview of them here as we learn about how Google algorithms change and how to respond.

The first step – we have found since our establishment in late 2008 – is to set up (and follow) social media profiles via as many platforms as possible.  This includes (but is not exclusive to): Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Tumblr, Pinterest, Quora etc.

Second, use RSS Feed Aggregators so you can get the most relevant information but briefly.  Sometimes it takes too long to fully follow all of your social media accounts.

Third, try to stay maintain a “good relationship” with Google and avoid dropping down the SERP. Do not wait for Google to announce algorithm changes.  Rather keep ahead of what Google is trying to do within its overall mission of “organiz[ing] the world’s information and mak[ing] it universally accessible and useful.” The way we do that is to publish extremely high-quality content and enhancing your user experience.

These are just a few of the brief methods we have engaged in over the years to try to stay one step ahead of the game.