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calescashless transaction options via prepaid payment instruments for you

Mobile wallet: This is basically a virtual wallet available on your mobile phone. You can store cash on the mobile to make online or offline payments. Various service providers offer these wallets via mobile apps, which you need to download on the phone. You can transfer the money into these wallets online using credit/debit card or Net banking. This means that every time you pay a bill or buy online via the wallet, you won’t have to furnish your card details. You can use these to pay fees, bills and make online purchases.

Plastic money: This includes credit, debit and prepaid cards. The latter can be issued by banks or non-banks and can be physical or virtual. These can be bought and recharged online via Net banking and can be used to make online or point-of-sale purchases, even given as gift cards.

Net banking: This does not involve any wallet and is simply a method of online transfer of funds from your bank account to another bank account, credit card, or a third party. You can do it through a computer or mobile phone. Log in to your bank account on the Net and transfer money via national electronic funds transfer (NEFT), real-time gross settlement (RTGS) or immediate payment service (IMPS), all of which come at a nominal cost ranging from Rs 5-55.

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Google Search Console Changes “Submit To Index” To “Request Indexing”



Google has changed the Search Console feature from “submit to index” to “request indexing” within the Fetch as Google feature. This is actually a week or so old but more and more SEOs and webmasters are noticing it.

It is a subtle change but Google made the change to ensure webmasters know that if they use the feature, it might not lead to Google indexing or ranking the page. Submit to index means you will submit the page to Google’s index. Request indexing means it is only making such a request.