Nirmal Kant
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Google Analytics Certified SEO Analyst having nearly 5 years of core SEO experience with proven record. Possess excellent online marketing skill in driving incremental online sales through Search & Paid Marketing. Strong in technical aspects, advertising & publishing network. Expert in Website management, Social Media promotion & Affiliate marketer. Result driven record of website traffic improvement by 40% yearly. Have good exposure on service oriented and E-commerce websites for long & Short term projects

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Top 5 Best Nonprofit Software In 2017

Posted on October 11, 2017 at 2:22pm 0 Comments

Information technology has been a growing concern today for most businesses and industries. Not just big, but even the smaller ones are adversely affected by what restraints and barriers are laid upon them in case they choose to opt for minimal or no information technology support for their business at all.

If you are running a Nonprofit organization and have less knowledge about handing IT, it becomes very confusing and challenging task to figure out what software you need for entire…


How Safe Is Cloud Computing For SMB’s?

Posted on August 2, 2017 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

Today, most of the businesses are successful because they are taking altering technology trends quite seriously. Businesses are moving to cloud as it is a powerful technological solution to meet the constant changes in work environment and patterns.


Cloud, storage, cloud backup, cloud hosting and SaaS come under the term cloud. Undoubtedly, Cloud computing for small businesses is a…


Ransomware And Cyber Attacks Are On Rise In 2017

Posted on July 31, 2017 at 10:01am 0 Comments

If you are looking for good news and hoping ransomware and cyber attack are decreasing, well, you might get disappointed. All the newspapers are writing the same. The alarm is turned on, the increase of these attacks in 2017 is high.

Most of all the three major industries are affected. It's not hard to guess they are financial services, public sector, and healthcare. If you look at 2016 statistics, you can easily realize that the number of ransomware and cyber attacks has doubled in…


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