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December 7, 2016
How To Find Relevant Keywords For Your Website?
If you have experienced step-by-step keyword research process, you are well aware of tedious tasks of sorting, filtering, coping and pasting endless keywords. Let’s image your
November 20, 2016
How Online Thesaurus Can Benefit Keyword Optimization?
Every digital marketer is looking for ways to diversify the content and make blog posts as engaging as possible. However, even the most skilled writer needs
June 7, 2016
How to Search a Website for Words?
Imagine endless text on a web page and scrolling is infinite! While your goal is to find the exact words or related phrase, Ctrl+F button can not guarantee
January 27, 2016
How To Integrate A Payment System For Chrome Apps [Tutorial]
So you finished your app or browser extension and now would like to implement a payment system for in-app purchases. You want to sell extra features
December 29, 2015
[Video] Twinword Finder Live Demo At Silicon Valley NewTech
We had the privilege of giving an actual demo of Twinword Finder at the Silicon Valley NewTech meet up event, where over 200 fellow entrepreneurs, investors,
December 27, 2015
How To Search For Patents?
Recently, we received feedback for the use of our search tool Twinword Finder, for the search of patents. Up till then, our browser extension did not
December 19, 2015
Understanding Your Security & Privacy Rights
December 10, 2015
Difference Between Deep Learning And Semantic Technology
This post talks about two approaches of Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology that you may wish to review, understand, and take into consideration while selecting the
November 1, 2015
5 Must-Have Chrome Extensions For Students
We round up 5 must-have browser tools that will change the way you look at assignments and research projects forever. 1. EasyBib Tool This tool assesses
October 14, 2015
Small But Big Changes From Your Feedback – Twinword Finder
When we started building Twinword Finder, we assumed that related search was a better choice to help users with their search experience and believed that Ctrl+F