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Apple's latest release highlighted the company's new targets into the tablet smartphone market with the iPhone 6 Plus. Their biggest smartphone ever produced showed a keen interest in competing with a major competitor, Samsung, who recently released the Galaxy Note 4. To decide which device belongs in your pocket, we compare their key features in a summarized review.
Design and Build
Both smartphones hold on to the ability for use in one hand without having to call in the other. Samsung have ditched the use of plastic for a front casing and opted for an aluminum build, putting it closer in design terms to the Apple iPhone, giving it that much needed sleekness. While the iPhone 6 Plus is a little taller than the Note 4, it is significantly thinner, giving it the overall edge in comfort. Where the Note 4 does win is with its removable back cover, allowing easy service and battery replacement.
With the iPhone 6 Plus, you receive a large 5.5-inch 1080p IPS LCD, while the Galaxy Note 4 gives you a larger 5.7-inch QHD Super Amoled screen with a far higher 2,560 x 1,440 pixel resolution. Numbers wise, the Samsung is a clear winner, famous for their spectacular smartphone displays and fantastic contrast ratios, perfect for use in darkened rooms.
Power and Performance
Specifications compared, the Samsung is the power brute. Running on the latest Snapdragon processor, this device has more RAM than the iPhone and the latest Adreno GPU to handle advanced gaming. The iPhone 6 Plus runs on the new A8 processor and the quad-core PowerVR GPU copes just as well with gaming applications but on paper is weaker. If you're a multi-tasker that flicks between games and emails, the Samsung Note 4 will no doubt cope better than Apple's device.
Both devices are fantastic for taking photos, up-close and from afar. The main change is the adding of optical image stabilization, fantastic for photos in low-lit environments. If you really want to know megapixel counts, the Samsung offers 16-megapixels while the iPhone offers 8-megapixels, but most consumers are aware this is insignificant in today's world.
As an overall larger device, it's no surprise that the Samsung holds a larger battery. But it's important to note it also has a more advanced processor that will eat through its battery supply. Upon thorough testing, the Samsung lasts ever so lightly longer than the iPhone, which has a poor reputation for battery life. Luckily, both devices charge most of their batteries extremely quickly as a result of advanced technology.
If you're looking for a tablet smartphone that has impeccable design, ease of use and high responsiveness, then the iPhone 6 Plus is the winner. If you're in search for something new and innovative, with higher power and more advanced technology, then the Galaxy Note 4 is a no-brainer.
Content marketing is one of the most profitable ways to showcase your business to the web. By creating high-quality content, your website will gain more backlinks from other websites, thus boosting your rankings in Google search results. With pieces of content, you can build a bigger audience to your website through social media, also. The more traffic you can pull into your website, the more people will avail of your products or services.
For a website only starting out in content marketing, it can be a daunting challenge to start producing content worthy of backlinks. In this article, we'll check out four ideas for content marketing. If you like a certain type of article, you can start experimenting with that on your blog to see if it pulls in any traffic.
In this article, we'll take a look at types of content which is popular on the web today.
1. List Based Article
One of the most popular news websites is Buzzfeed, which creates list based articles. Recent studies into online marketing have shown that customers tend to click on titles with a number at the beginning. Perhaps, having a number in the title consolidates the amount of information. It also gives a quick overview on the number of items the reader can scan through.
Examples of these titles include:
• 6 Reasons Your Swimming Pool Has Algae
• 5 Exciting Themes for Your Next Party / Occasion
• 7 Durable Apple iPhone Cases We Adore
• 4 Ways To Clear Viruses From Your PC
As you can see, these titles help make it easy for the reader to click on and this can boost your click-through rates on Google search results.
Coming up with list based articles is easy, if you know a lot about your website's niche. Just because your niche is in motoring or mechanics or window cleaning, it doesn't mean you can't create content on it. Broaden your scope and focus on the practicalities of your niche and key information consumers would like to know.
Infographics are the latest trend and they can help you attract more traffic and backlinks to your website. An infographic does what it states in the title. It is a graphic which contains information. In a typical infographic, you can display statistics, facts, figures and images within the graphic.
Infographics have seen recent popularity in the last few years, especially with the rise of Pinterest and photo sharing sites.
You don't need to be a graphic designer to create an infographic. In fact, you can create one through websites such as http://www.venngage.com or http://www.piktochart.com . All these tools are free and offer templates. All you have to do is insert your facts and statistics into the template, and you will have a ready-made infographic!
Once you've created your infographic, you can ask other websites in your niche to display it or link to the infographic on their website. That way, you are gaining backlinks to your website. If you still want to create a textual article out of the article, just post the text of the infographic to your blog, and you will have a text article, also. If your infographic's title is catchy and promises useful information, your infographic could garner hundreds of shares on social media, and many backlinks. Some infographics have even gone viral, resulting in millions of viewers. While that is very rare, it is quite possible that your infographic could attract new customers from both Google search results and from social media.
3. A How-To Article
This type of web article focuses on showing the viewer how to do something, whether it's about baking cookies, or cleaning dust from their car's interior. The scope can be very broad or it can be very narrow, depending on your niche.
Before you create titles for your articles, put a list of keywords through the Google Keyword Planner.
There are many guides online which show you how to do this, but I most recommend Backlinko's Guide to finding profitable keywords with this tool.
When you have found keywords with the planner that get more than 2000 searches per month, you can turn these keywords into titles. Some examples could include:
• How To Bake Cookies In 10 Minutes: A Quicker Method
• How To Clear Your PC of Adware In Thirty Minutes
• How To Track Your Ancestry Using Online Research
When you are writing the article, you can keep the steps brief and concise. This is one of the advantages of the "how-to" article; there is no need to write long, winding passages. As long as you clearly state the steps in a concise way and the steps will help the reader, you have created a valuable asset for the online world.
Your article will start ranking alongside other guides, but if there is little competition, it might start ranking immediately.
Those who use content marketing as part of their business strategy will start seeing results in a few months. The effects of writing content may take a while to see, but once traffic starts to increase, you can expect that traffic to keep streaming in throughout the months.