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Showing posts with label Top 10. Show all posts

Top 25 IT/Software Companies in the World

IT/Software is an heartbeat of younger generation. Most of the people think that, Not anything else without IT/Software. Today software is in all type of business in the world. There are many thousands Software companies are there in world.
Top 25 IT/Software Companies in World
According to Global Software Top 100 list and by annual software Revenues, survey given here the world top 25 software companies. Undoubtedly Microsoft became king of software companies and got #1 and IBM is in rank 2.

Below slides show you the world top 25 software companies and there software revenues:

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India's Top 10 Life Insurance Companies

Life Insurance is most important to all people, the first and foremost reason to get life insurance is to replace a financial loss or liability that occurs when a family member dies. Not too many people care about life insurance, because it is a boring piece of paper, and you can't immediately have a bunch of fun with it. If you don't pay for life insurance now, your family or business will pay a lot more for it later, The right life insurance, set up the right way, can do amazing things. So we do research on most of the financial websites and listed here the top and best 10 Life Insurance Companies in India. Undoubtedly LIC became a top in life insurance, ICICI Prudential is in second and others are listed below.
India's Top 10 Life Insurance Companies in 2013
Here the List of Top 10 Life Insurance Companies in India
  1. Life Insurance Corporation of India(LIC)
  2. ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
  3. Reliance Life Insurance
  4. Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance
  5. Birla Sunlife Insurance
  6. SBI Life Insurance
  7. Max Life Insurance
  8. HDFC Standard Life Insurance
  9. Tata AIG Life Insurance
  10. ING Vysya Life Insurance
Here is the video that show's you the India's Top 10 Life Insurance Companies in 2013 with there logos

If we miss any of best and top in your mind, please tell us in the comment section.

Best Android Hosting and Web Development Apps

Best Android Hosting and Web Development Apps

Here are seven apps that you may use in order to host and develop your website. The apps are all different in their own way, and it would be a good idea if a web designer or developer were to use them all. Still, it may be that you do not need to use them all, but they each serve a different purpose that many web developers and non-web developers may enjoy.

1. JavaScript Reference

As a web developer you cannot be expected to remember every single JavaScript command or function. That is why it is a good idea to have a reference app handy so you can look up what you need when you need it. It is also good if you are still learning JavaScript. It is sometimes easier to just look through the app for something that is useable rather than having to hit the books or the online directories.

It is a handy convenience tool. This is a great tool if you have to come back to JavaScript that you wrote a few months before. You can look up all of the functions that you used but have forgotten about. The same is true if you are taking over from somebody else on a project. They often use functions that the next developer is not accustomed to using, and having this app handy helps you to see what they were getting at.

2. Webmaster's HTML Editor Lite

Having a good editor makes the life of any programmer a lot easier. It is good having a HTML editor that you can set to work with the code you are currently typing out. Like a lot of editors, it will highlight certain pieces of code if it feels you may have made a mistake or may have written the code with an incorrect syntax. Its color coding and highlight functions make working on your HTML code a lot easier.

3. Analytix for Google Analytics

Every website developer likes to use some form of analytics, even if only to check his or her progress. This tool uses Google Analytics to give you information on your website and it does it in what is almost real time. It is good for improving your SEO on your website and helps you to create a better website that is actually more search engine friendly and Google Analytics friendly too.

4. kWS - Android Web Server

This is a very basic web server that you can use with your Android mobile. Android is based on a Linux operating system which means that you may sometimes notice differences when you access other web servers. However, you will not notice the difference when you use this app and access one website server to another. It is a basic tool that runs a basic service.

5. View Web Source

You are able to do this sort of thing on most web browsers these days; however, it is not a commonly seen thing on the Android web browser. You can use this tool to get a quick and convenient look at the source code of a website so that you may copy little bits of just have a look at how they have done certain things. It is really only a tool that a website designer or developer would like. It allows you to enter the URL of the website you want to look at and it brings up the source code.

6. AndFTP

This tool will allow you to transfer your files via the standard FTP protocols. It also allows you to send information via the SFTP, FTPS and SCP protocols too. It will allow you to set up a number of servers and it has a device file browser and you can rename your folders, copy them, delete them and create folders. It is good for the fact it gives you options as to how you send your files and how you manage them. There are plenty of developer friendly reasons to use this tool.

7. WordPress for Android

As a web developer then you may not like the idea of using a content management system, but most people do not have any web design skills. So, to those people having something such as the WordPress content management system on their Android is rather handy. The app gives you many of the benefits of WordPress, and it may prove a handy app for if you are looking to make edits whilst on the move, though you can create new pages if you wish.

Author Bio: Kate Funk is the author of numerous essays on apps, SEO, internet, marketing from Aussiessay. You are welcome to contact Kate on Facebook.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

There are everyday smartphones and there are ‘phablets’ which are more of a smartphone/tablet hybrid. In a world where digital mobility is becoming increasingly important, it just makes sense to up the ante and go big in terms of device’s specs and features.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

So, if you are looking to revamp your tech style and are looking to go big, there’s no holding you back when it comes to these top five models:

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was released in 2013 and is an upgrade from the smaller Samsung Galaxy S4. It features a 5.7 inch screen and its overall body is slim, considering its size (151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3mm).

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

The Note 3 has an impressive lineup of specs, which includes:

  • Full HD Super AMOLED display
  • Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) Processor
  • 13 Mega-Pixel Camera; 2 Mega-Pixel Front camera
  • 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity
  • 3GB RAM
  • Mass Storage: 32GB + microSD slot (up to 64GB)
  • Compatible with Samsung Galaxy Gear
  • Weighs 168g
2. HTC One Max

The HTC One Max trumps the size of the Note 3 with a 5.9 inch screen and dual frontal stereo speakers. The entire body measures 164.5 x 82.5 x 10.29mm. Unlike many of the other types of smartphones and tablets, the HTC One Max is made out of an aluminum shell for a sleek, elegant appearance.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

It includes a long line of specs, including:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor
  • HTC Ultra Pixel Camera; 2.1 Mega-Pixel Frontal Camera
  • 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity
  • 2GB RAM
  • Mass Storage: 32 GB + microSD
  • Weighs 217g
3. Nokia Lumia 1520

Window lovers who are looking for a larger mobile device will love the Nokia Lumin 1520, which runs off of Windows 8. It has a sleek, modern-looking square body, a six-inch screen and an incredibly powerful 20 MP camera.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

Other features include:

  • Snapdragon S800 processor
  • 20 Mega-Pixel Camera
  • 1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity
  • 2GB RAM
  • Mass Storage: 16 GB or 32 GB
  • Weighs 206g
4. LG G Flex

The LG G Flex will be released on January 24, 2014, but it’s already making headlines. It’s going to be the world’s first curved, flexible smartphone. The G Flex will measures 160.5mm x 81.6mm x 7.9/8.7mm and have a 6 inch HD curved display.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

Its additional features include:

  • Snapdragon 800 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Platform: 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • 13 Mega-Pixel Camera; 2.1 MP front camera
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity
  • 2GB RAM
  • Mass Storage: 32 GB
  • Weighs 177g
5. Motorola Droid Maxx

The Motorola Droid Maxx is reported to have one of the longest-lasting batteries that can power the device for about 48 hours (something completely unheard of in a device this size). It’s slightly smaller than some of the other phablets-with a 5 inch screen and measuring 5.41” x 2.80” x 0.34”.

Top 5 Phablets of 2014

Other features include:

  • Android 4.4 Processor (KitKat)
  • 10 Mega-Pixel Camera; 2 MP front camera
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 Connectivity
  • 1280 x 720 Screen Resolution
  • 2GB RAM
  • Mass Storage: 32 GB
  • Weighs 166g
These five phablets are at the forefront of sleek designs and innovative features. When a standard smartphone just isn’t cutting it and you are looking for something new to explore, it’s time for a larger, more equipped device.

Author Bio: Andrea Fisher is an online marketer and content specialist for Security Alarm Systems. She has been published in a variety of publications, including the Chicago Tribune and Business Insider.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets

These days, our attention spans aren’t what they used to be. A decade ago, when we’d go out to buy a computer or a camera, we’d see it as an investment- something that would last until it would burn out and die. However, today, our electronics are simply commodities that we go out and get until the next big “it” device is released.
10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets

So, what should you do with your older gadgets? Don’t let them sit too long collecting dust; devices under three years old are still worth some value. There are plenty of online locations that will either buy your items or will collect them for donation.

Here are the top 10 websites that will either buy or donate your old gadgets


Gazelle allows people to sell their cellphones and Apple devices for cash. Not only can you access the value of your product before agreeing to sell it, but Gazelle also pays for all shipping and boxing. Payments are paid via PayPal, check or gift card-whichever you personally prefer.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


2. Tech Twurl

Tech Twurl is a web-based company buys a wider-range of technology. It’s an all-in-one location to sell used or new electronics (including: smartphones, iPhones, iPods, laptops and tablets). Simply select which type of device you’d like to sell, answer a few questions about the product’s condition, and an instant offer is available in seconds. Payment can be received via PayPal, check, Bitcoin or Litecoin.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


3. Next Worth

Next Worth is a versatile buyer of new and used smartphones, Apple products, video games, tablets and laptops. While customers can still get an online offer and send their used or new item for free-like Gazelle and Tech Twurl, Next Worth offers an additional in-store option. They’ve partnered with over 1500 participating stores like Lenovo and Target, which offer store credit. Other payment options are via check, PayPal and gift cards.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets

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4. ecoATM

ecoATM is an automated, drop off kiosk that takes used cellphones, tablets and MP3 players. It’s great for anyone looking to donate or recycle their old electronics-without any hassle and instant cash. Picture it similarly to one of the many Coinstar machines outside grocery stores nationwide.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


5. Best Buy Trade-In

Best Buy is now offering a trade-in option for used video games, cellphones, computers, tablets/e-readers, iPods/MP3 players, cameras/camcorders, movies/music and musical instruments. Payment is received as a Best Buy gift card-which is only beneficial if you are a frequent Best Buy customer or are looking to give a gift card as a present.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


6. Trade-In and Best Buy are direct competitors-it’s no surprise that Amazon’s trade-in works exactly like Best Buy’s. They buy electronics, DVDs, CDs, video games and even books. Payment is received as an gift card only-if you are looking for cash, you may want to consider becoming an third party seller.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


7. e-Cycle

e-Cycle caters mainly to businesses and organizations; but they also buy back from individuals too. They buy wireless mobile technology from individuals-like cellphones and tablets. It provides companies with a secure and eco-friendly way to secure their work data. It doesn’t hurt that businesses and individuals alike can profit from the instant revenue that they offer.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


8. National Cristina Foundation

The National Cristina Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes the reuse of technology. Donated equipment is given to people with disorders, economically disadvantaged persons, the elderly and at-risk students. It’s a charitable donation that serves a humbling purpose.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


9. Phones 4 Charity

Phones 4 Charity is an organization that collects used cellphones. They may not be fancy and roll out a limo rental for you or give you cash-or a gift card, but donated phones are refurbished and then sent to low-income areas.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


10. Computers with Causes

Computers with Causes is a charitable computer donation program that benefits educational and vocation people in need. Donated items do qualify for a tax benefit.

10 Websites to Sell or Donate Your Old Gadgets


Have anything that is less than five years old? Stop letting your gadgets collect dust in the forgotten corner of the room; it’s time to turn a profit or donation. But before you do, delete your personal data and cancel any account services that will no longer be used.

Author Bio: Andrea Fisher is an online marketer and content specialist for Monitored Alarm Systems. She has been published in a variety of publications, including the Chicago Tribune and Business Insider.

Google’s Picks for Best Apps and Best Games of 2013

Google’s Picks for Best Apps and Best Games of 2013

Google started early with two Play Store collections bringing together some of the best apps and games of the year.

The 14-strong best apps list include staples like TuneIn Radio, Wunderlist and Aviary, but also a few more niche-focused apps like SigFig, a stock and finances management app, Toca Hair Salon 2, a kids-focused salon simulator, and The Whole Pantry, a gorgeous cooking app. In fact, if there’s one thing that all the apps on Google’s list share is their functional and beautiful design - if you want to understand what good Android app design looks like, this list is a great starting point.

Here are Google’s best apps of 2013

  • Runtastic Running & Fitness
  • Umano: News Read to You
  • Duolingo: Learn Languages Free
  • We Heart It
  • Toca Hair Salon 2
  • The Whole Pantry
  • theScore: Sports & Scores
  • Circa News
  • Magisto Video Editor & Maker
  • Wunderlist – To-do & Task List
  • 500px — Inspiring Photos
  • SigFig – Stocks & Investments
  • TuneIn Radio
  • Photo Editor by Aviary
Moving on to Google’s Best Games of 2013 collection, some big names make unsurprising appearances. Plants vs Zombies 2, Asphalt 8, Anomaly 2, Real Racing 3 or Clash of Clans are hugely popular with mobile gamers everywhere. Other games on the list are less known, but just as fun. We’re glad to see on the list the minimalist space strategy rymdkapsel and the quirky retro RPG 10000000, but the list truly has something for everyone.

Here are Google’s best games of 2013

  • DragonVale
  • Real Racing 3
  • Cytus
  • The Simpsons™: Tapped Out
  • Despicable Me
  • Clash of Clans
  • DEER HUNTER 2014
  • Angry Birds Star Wars II Free
  • Plants vs. Zombies™ 2
  • Into the Dead
  • FIFA 14 by EA SPORTS
  • Asphalt 8: Airborne
  • 10000000
  • rymdkapsel
  • Containment The Zombie Puzzler
  • Dots: A Game About Connecting
  • Anomaly 2
  • Rayman Fiesta Run
  • Juice Cubes
  • The Blockheads
  • Heroes of Dragon Age
What do you think of Google’s choices for best apps and best games of 2013? Do they match your own choices?

Source: Google Play, Android Authority

The Top 10 of Zombie in Movies and Games

The Top 10 of Zombie
What can be more fun than playing a zombie game? Zombies provide entertainment for a variety of things such as video games, movies and books. One of my personal favorite movies is 28 Weeks Later and Shaun of the Dead.

Zombie games such as Dead Rising and the Left 4 Dead series continue to provide a lot of entertainment to Zombie game fans.

Let’s now take the time to go over the top 10 zombie favorites between movies, books and games.

1. Night of the Living Dead Trilogy (film)

Night of the Living Dead trilogy is a series based on a total of six zombie horror films. George A. Romero directed the films. In 2010 Survival of the Dead was released. The film that has the highest ratings in the series according to Rotten Tomatoes is the first film Night of the Living Dead.

2. Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (film)

Evil Dead 2 is a American Comedy Horror that was released back in 1987 and was directed by Sam Raimi. Evil Dead was released back in 1981. It was a success in the U.S. Box office and up to around 2006 the films gross was around $10.9 million.

3. Dead Rising (2005 Game)

If you get scared easily then this 2005 zombie game might not be for you. Here’s your chance to wonder freely in the mall and kill all of the zombies in the mall. You will also encounter a lot of psychopaths in the game which makes it even more fun.

4. Left 4 Dead (2008 Game)

This zombie game in 2008 is a first person shooter and it is gearing towards being a multiplayer plus co-op game playing. There are many zombies featured in this movie and have 50 foot long tongues. You can also control the other zombies once you put yourself in multiplayer mode.

5. Resident Evil 2 (1997 Game)

Resident Evil 2 is a slow walk thru game and you go around the backdrops which are pre-rendered and then you try to conserve as much ammo that you can so that way you can defend yourself when the zombies come after to kill you.

6. Shaun of the Dead (2004 British Zombie Comedy Film)

In the UK and in the US Shaun Of The Dead was both a commercial and critical success. Rotten tomatoes gave it a high approval rating of 91% percent. In the movie Shaun (Simon Pegg) is trying to attempt and deal with things going on with his mother, stepfather and girlfriend. He has all of this happening and then suddenly he has to deal with an apocalyptic uprising with zombies.

7. Stubbs the Zombie Rebel Without a Pulse (2005 Game)

Stubbs the Zombie is actually now a light hearted game on zombie armageddon. You walk around playing Stubbs and can convert humans near you to join the cause.

8. 28 Days Later & 28 Weeks Later (2002 & 2007 British zombie horror film)

I think you can see why this was listed as number 8 on the list. This series was directed by Danny Boyle. This is one zombie movie that actually had a fantastic sequel with it. A lot of sequels in movies just don’t make it and more so with zombies but if you haven’t watched the sequel yet then you should.

9. Warm Bodies (2013 American Romantic Zombie Comedy)
Warm Bodies is one of the newer zombie comedies. It’s got a mix of everything in it from action, suspense to romance. This is one zombie movie that all ages will enjoy. It’s based on the Isaac Marion novel Of The Same Name.

10. World War Z (2006 Zombie Book)

If you want to read a good zombie novel then make sure you check out this book. It’s very popular and has many twists in the book.


Rather you are into zombie games, zombie books, or zombie movies you will usually find that they are packed with lots of action and fun.

10 Awesome Gadgets For Lazy People

10 Awesome Gadgets For Lazy People

Here are ten great gadgets that are ideal for the average lazy person who has more money than physical motivation. Most of the gadgets are very expensive, and some of them may point towards how technology is going to turn out in the future.

1. The Mechanized Raking Machine

This is a device that sweeps up your leaves and grass across your lawn. It has brushes on the front for smaller items and a conveyer belt across the top for picking up bigger leaves and other such items.

2. Husqvarna Lawn Mower

This is an automatic lawn mower that is becoming slightly more popular, but still has a way to go. It is currently the best one on the market because it jams that least, and requires less maintenance than the others. There are also solar powered ones, but you do need to charge them up at the sockets in most cases. They are great for very lazy but rich people, but are possibly not worth the price they currently stand at.

3. The Automatic Stirring Mug

This is a cute little toy that will stir your drink for you if you press the button. Sadly, it does take batteries and it is not something that you can leave on charge like a mobile phone. It is a fun little toy that they could improve a little more so that it may appear in more homes. It still looks and feels too much like a brittle toy for it to take pride of place in people’s homes just yet.

4. Self Cleaning Clothes

Did you ever see that Simpsons episode where Homer manages a country singer and she buys him a suit and tell him that his sweat cleans it. Well, that sort of technology exists with self cleaning fabrics. The fabric is covered with a very fine film of particles that are stuck to the fabric like fleas on a heel hound. It guards against dirt and grime sticking to the clothes, meaning it has nowhere to go but to fall off or rub off.

5. Robotic Vacuum Cleaners

They have been available in Japan for a very long time, but only really moved into commercial success in the west with the launch of the Roomba. It is a device that runs around your house vacuuming up. The modern ones will recharge themselves and sit by the bin until you empty them. They are fun to have around the house if you can get used to having it do what it wants when it wants.

6. The Sound Catching Pillow

This is a pretty new invention that has only just started to catch on. The range involves a bunch of pillows with holes (voids) in the middle. It means that you may lie down on your side and still have the use of your ear (the one that is on the pillow). This means that you may put a speaker under there, or it means that you may put your phone in the void. It means that you may lie down on the pillow with your head resting on it and still use the phone. It is the ultimate in lazy gadgets.

7. The GO Duster

This is one of those gadgets that you see on shopping channels. It is a duster that spins around. This means that all you have to do is hold it near a dusty surface and it will do all of the dusting for you. If they were to have a vacuum hose extension near the part that is being dusted, then it would be a fantastic dusting and cleaning tool.

8. A Programmable Power Strip

This is the ultimate lazy gadget for people who are too lazy to even turn things on and off. You can program the strip so that it provides power at certain times. That way it will turn off your electronics for you.

9. The Solar Powered Curtain Opener

This invention has been invented time and time again, and yet it only seems to be the really posh houses that have them. The idea is that the battery that powers the device is charged up with solar power form the light that comes through the window. When the light is gone then the machine closes the curtains. When the sun comes up in the morning and the light hits the sensor, and then the curtains open. It is clever but rarely seen in shops as the cheaper ones are often too brittle to last.

10. Clap On and Clap Off Light Switches

These have been around for a long time and seem to jump in and out of popularity. They appear on TV and everybody wants one and then after a year or two they are forgotten about. They are a simple tool that turns the light off and on when you clap your hands in the room. There are also voice controlled versions that you may like to try.

Author Bio: Sonia Jackson is a writter of Royal Essay that provides well-written and quality essays and research papers for college and university students.

Best SEO Blogs Around

Best SEO Blogs Around
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One of the best ways to keep up on all the latest search engine optimization trends is to read SEO blogs. However, it's important to only choose the really good ones so that you don't end up wasting your time reading bad information. The Internet is full of misinformation about SEO. And some of the bad info can really hurt your website rankings if you put it to use.

Best SEO Blogs

To make sure you're getting the best information available, here's a collection of some of the SEO blogs you need to be reading on a daily or at least a weekly basis.

  • Search Engine Land - This blog has been around since the very early days of search engine optimization. That doesn't mean they're not relevant anymore. In fact, many of the big SEO debates and discussions begin on this blog. 
  • SEO Book - There's a whole book about SEO? Yup. And it changes frequently. Aaron Wall has been studying Google and other search engines for a while and does a lot to help newbies and SEO pros alike. Take some time to dig through his past archives too. 
  • Search Engine Journal - This blog usually posts at least two or more times per day. At the same time, their posts usually aren't full of fluff, so you can really learn something be keeping track on what they're talking about on this SEO blog. 
  • SEO by the Sea - For a more technical look at patent applications and hardcore search technology, you need to read this SEO blog. While he doesn't post daily, when he does post it's something that's interesting and will cause waves in the SEO world. 
  • Social Media Examiner - While this isn't focused directly on search engine optimization, it deals with social media which is becoming more and more important for SEO efforts. This is a great blog to keep up to date on the social media world. 
  • Copyblogger - While this isn't a blog strictly about SEO, content is very important for search engine optimization efforts. This is why you should check out this copywriting blog.
As mentioned above, it's important not to waste your time reading bad information. Also, you want to make sure you don't spend too much time reading the good SEO blogs either. If you spend all your time reading and learning and never actually do anything, you're not going to succeed.

The best thing to do is to find a balance between no reading and too much reading. To do this, pick one day a week - like a Friday - when you can spend an hour or two reading and catching up on all the latest news from the week. By reading the SEO blogs above, you're going to be able to keep a finger on the pulse of the SEO world without spending a lot of time.

Author Bio: Sheila Kurdinger likes to look for Homes in Occoquan for sale in her spare time. When not doing that, she's usually on her laptop reading SEO blogs and learning as much as she can about the search engines.

Top 5 Greatest Mergers and Acquisitions of All Time

Top 5 Greatest Mergers and Acquisitions of All Time
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Over the course of history, many companies have merged together to become one. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, this practice has actually become even more common as super large companies swallow slightly smaller ones. To give you an idea of what's been happening, let's take a look at the five biggest mergers of all time.

Biggest Business Acquisitions

Here's a rundown of some of the largest business mergers of all time.

1. America Online acquires Time Warner

At well over $186 Billion dollars this is the largest merger between two existing businesses. The marriage was an attempt to create one of the largest media companies in existence. AOL did run into some snags after purchasing the company, but they're still in business today.

2. Exxon acquires Mobil

In a deal for just over $80 Billion dollars, this is another huge merger that took place. While not the largest, it's a big one because it's the marriage of two energy companies that were long considered to be two of the largest in existence.

3. Comcast acquires AT&T Broadband

This deal cost around $76 billion, but people on both ends of the deal were happy with the outcome. This is one of the biggest telecommunication mergers of all time.

Recently, Comcast bought NBC, another large purchase that made them even bigger.

4. Pfizer acquires Pharmacia

This deal was for over $60 billion dollars, but beyond the dollar amount, it was the coming together of two huge drug companies. Today, Pfizer is doing better than ever before. Profits for the company are looking good and will likely continue to grow.

5. Disney acquires Pixar

A lot of people weren't sure about this deal when it was first announced publicly, but Disney made a really good decision by buying this animation company. They've been able to use Pixar's technology to create their own blockbuster hits. And now that they own the rights to Star Wars, who knows what might happen. A Jar Jar Binks Saturday morning cartoon show perhaps? Hmmm.

Looking at the list above, it's easy to see that many different companies in various industries are merging - successfully - all the time. Many companies have made mistakes when it comes to buying other corporations in or out of their industry, but the practice of buying someone out will continue in the years ahead.

If you know of any big mergers or acquisitions that we left out of our list of the top five, leave a comment and let us know who you think should've been on the list. When it comes to mergers, there definitely isn't a shortage these days. Leave your opinion below and let us know what you think about big businesses getting even bigger.

Author Bio: Sarah Laslow likes to look up RouletteB online because it's so easy. When not doing that, she enjoys learning more about reputation managemenet stuff and how it's being used in the 21st century to help all sorts of companies.

World's Top 10 Richest Women in 2013 [Infographic]

Today March 8, 2013, Womens in all over the world celebrating International women's day - So now we see the topic about most successful womens / top 10 richest womens in the world by Forbes ranking.
Here the simple infographic designed by us en-titled with " World's Richest Women's 2013 " that shows the list of top 10 richest womens 2013 in the world by their Net Worth.

Are you agree/disagree with this report? Why? Feel free to leave a comment with your experiences. Happy Women's Day!

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites in the World 2013

Online Marketing is one of the best and most famous way to make money. All website owner's are have dream to make there website into top and earn more money through it. In this way, Here is the list of highest earning websites in 2013. In this ranking, Search engine giant Google has got rank #1, Amazon and Yahoo has got 2nd, 3rd rank.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013


Expedia is an Internet-based travel website company headquartered in USA with localized sites for 22 countries. It has got a commission's from sales of travel tickets and vacation packages, including airline, hotel, car, cruise, and etc.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Added Mark Schroeder
Earn per sec : $46.00
Average income per year : $1.5 billion
Link :

9. is an American company and a commercial website that helps users obtain discount rates for travel-related purchases such as airline tickets and hotel stays. Like Expedia this site also got commission's from sales of travel tickets and vacation packages, including airline, hotel, car, cruise, and etc.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Jesse Fink
Earn per sec : $59.6
Average income per year : $1.85 billion
Link :


Reuters is an international news agency headquartered in London, United Kingdom and a division of Thomson Reuters. Earns money by advertising in the process of delivering press release news.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Marshal Vace
Earn per sec : $60.00
Average income per year : $1.9 billion
Link :


iTunes is a media player and media library application developed by Apple Inc. It is used to play, download, and organize digital audio and video on personal computers running the OS X operating system and the iOS-based iPod, iPhone, and iPad devices, with editions also released for Microsoft Windows. Makes profit by getting commission from download of digital goods.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Jeff Robin
Earn per sec : $62.00
Average income per year : $2.23 billion
Link :


PayPal is a global e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Makes profit by transactions fees for customer service and purchase protection for shoppers. PayPal is owned by and offered as a primary payment method for shoppers on eBay.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founders : Luke Nosek, Max Levchin and Peter Thiel
Earn per sec : $71.40
Average income per year : $2.3 billion
Link :

5. MSN Live

MSN is a collection of Internet sites and services provided by Microsoft. Makes revenue from advertising through a variety of online services. Some of these online services are selected by default in Microsoft Windows operating system.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Nathan Myhvoid
Earn per sec : $102.00
Average income per year : $3.2 billion
Link :

4. eBay

eBay Inc. is an American multinational internet consumer-to-consumer corporation, headquartered in USA. Makes money by charging fees for listing sellers item and other fees based on how much an item sells.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Pierre Omidyar
Earn per sec : $199.45
Average income per year : $6.3 billion
Link :


Yahoo is most popular search engine next to Google, Makes revenue by display's ads, and search advertising.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founders : Jerry Yang and David Filo
Earn per sec : $228.31
Average income per year : $22.0 billion
Link :

2., Inc. is an American multinational electronic commerce company with headquarters in United States. It is the world's largest online retailer. Makes money from its own retail sales, as well as fees paid by third party vendors to sell through Amazon.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founder : Jeff Bezos
Earn per sec : $607.05
Average income per year : $19.2 billion
Link :

1. Google

Google is the no.1 website in the world that generates advertising revenues from AdWords generate almost all of the company's profits.

Top 10 Highest Earning Websites 2013

Founders : Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Earn per sec : $691.29
Average income per year : $7.2 billion
Link :

The revenue's of the websites are calculate approximately. So it is not 100% accurate.

Here you can check Top 10 Highest Earning Blogs in the World 2013

Top 10 Highest Earning Blogs in the World 2013

These blogs are earning a lot through Google Adsense. Through these blogs you can learn a lot. just go through these blogs everyday and learn the key points from those blog. Just see the presentation level of these blogs. Just see what are the great things they are writing in there blogs. Here below the top 10 list of earning blogs through internet. These blogs are not getting this position over the night. They are worked and still working very hard and spent there times to this.
Top 10 earning Blogs In The World 2013
10. CopyBlogger


Founder: Brian Clark in year 2005
Earning Per Month: $18,000
Alexa Rank: 3779
Page Rank:

9. Life


Founder: Gina Trapan in year 2005
Earning Per Month: $20,000
Alexa Rank: 631
Page Rank: 7


Founder: Peter Rojas in year 2002
Earning Per Month: $22,000
Alexa Rank: 746
Page Rank: 8


Founder: Michel Arrington in year 2005
Earning Per Month: $25,000
Alexa Rank: 487
Page Rank: 8


Founder: Jack o'brien in year 2007
Earning Per Month: $30,000
Alexa Rank: 801
Page Rank: 7


Founder: Peter Rojas in year 2004
Earning Per Month: $40,000
Alexa Rank: 391
Page Rank: 8

4. Mashable


Pete Cashmore in year 2005
Earning Per Month: $80,000
Alexa Rank: 319
Page Rank: 8


Founder: Michel Kinsley in year 1966
Earning Per Month: $1,00,000
Alexa Rank: 893
Page Rank: 8


Founder: Pete Vlastellica in year 2006
Earning Per Month: $2,00,000
Alexa Rank: 2747
Page Rank: 6


Founder: Arianna Huffington in year 2005
Earning Per Month: $8,00,000
Alexa Rank: 87
Page Rank: 8

The revenue's of the websites are calculate approximately. So it is not 100% accurate.

In the end i want to say that if you go through these sites you are surly going to learn something new. So hope best and have a good luck..

Top 10 Social Media Sites Became Failed Totally [Infographic]

There are many social media sites are in internet world, and everyone is familiar with social media giant Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn. But many people don’t remember or have already forgotten most social media sites today.

Top 10 Social Media Sites Failed

Here the infographic developed by entitled “Top 10 Social Media Sites That Failed” explain all.

Top 10 Social Media Sites That Failed Totally

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