10 Ways To Improve Link Popularity Of Blog

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Link Popularity is a standard or a parameter, which your blog has many links from other blogs or websites. Link to our blog to Backlink called or Inbound Links, where this is a very important part to increase traffic to the blogs you visit that will enhance everything that you aim for blogging.

Do you know what is Link Popularity? maybe some of you have never heard even understand. If you know about the techniques Search Engine Optimization (SEO), it will be very closely related to the Link Popularity and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

To get links from other blogs or websites to your blog, you can do without cost or free, although some of them will require a small fee. 10 ways to improve link popularity of blogs is:

1. Register your blog on directory sites, currently available thousands of Web Directory where we can register our blog for free until paid. But most of this directory is free and easy to do. This is absolutely the way you do if you want to get significant traffic to your blog.

2. submit an article to Social Bookmark, it will increase your blog traffic. Even some Social Bookmark provide "do-follow links", so that will be increasing your pagerank blog.

3. Often leave comments on other blogs, especially blogs do follow.

4. Join the social networking site, I'm sure you must have an account on Facebook, Friendster, MySpace, Hi5 or any other? So please take advantage of them to add a backlink to your blog. Also popular social networking sites like Facebook is very effective to increase traffic.

5. Marketing Articles, Write, organized sentences nuanced promotion, evaluation and Testimonials. Try to be objective, but remains firm and strong to emphasize the benefits of the products or services you sell. Articles Marketing is a marketing technique through the articles you write. Can be a review or a review of a product or service you're selling something else atapun you're targeting.

6. Making Press Release, such announcement or notification where you can tell the existence of your blog. Most of the special web press release allows you to include the URL so that you will get a backlink.

7. Partisipate actively in the various discussion forums, discussion forums are very powerful, especially if the appropriate forum and in accordance with your blog.

8. Advertising, classifieds is one solution to increase the popularity of your blog and many sites provide free advertising.

9. Paid links, you can buy links that are offered on a blog that has a high pagerak and many visitors.

10. Creative thinking, the way these are just some of the many ways to get the link popularity, there are many other ways depending on your creativity.


Easy Way To Get PR3 or PR4

Read the title of this article "Easy Way To Get PR3 or PR4" you are interested in a quick possible, Pagerank hunted many of the bloggers to raise the sale value of a blog. It is actually to get a PR3 or PR4 quite easy. Especially if you play the program requires paid reviews pagerank, so this becomes a necessity to get it.

Pagerank is how Google as number one search engine that most of internet users use to find anything on internet give a rank to your site. It gives ranking based on your quality backlink. So to increase pagerank of your site, you need to get as much as possible quality backlinks to your site. Quality backlink meant here is backlink from a site which its content is relevant with your content.

To get a PR3 or PR4 really easy. From the search results on the Internet, the senior bloggers provide an easy guide. Now you notice the following calculation:

  • PR2 -> 101 backlick of PR1, or 18 backlick from PR2, or 3 backlick of PR3, or 1 backlick from PR4.
  • PR3 -> 555 backlick PR1, or PR2 from 101 backlick, or 18 backlick of PR3, or 3 backlick from PR4, or 1 backlick from PR5.
  • PR4 -> 3055 backlick PR1, PR2 or 555 backlick, 101 backlick of PR3, or 18 backlick from PR4, or 3 backlick from PR5, or 1 backlick from PR6.

For example: You want to be PR4, then you need 1 website with links from PR6, or 3 backlinks from other websites with PR5, and if you are hard to get it then you need 18 backlinks from other websites with PR4. Assuming no more than 10 external links (outbound links) in these pages. Next you just looking for blogs that have a PR4 or PR5 to invite you to exchange links, search for free backlink, or if you have a lot of money please buy the link that many bloggers offer.


Tips To Get Traffic From The Real Time Searches

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Getting a lot of traffic on a blog is the hope of all bloggers. But it will not come by itself. All need to work hard, starting from a concept of blogs, using keywords, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and may also blogwalking. There are a few tips to get traffic from the Real-Time Searches that might be useful for those of you who want to optimize your blog with the search.

The concept of Real-time search is an emerging concept of using real-time search engine that will bring you the results with time / date. This does not always meet the relevance, and that's why there are a lot of work to be done in this field. So, if the results of real-time based on time / date, and user demand, it makes sense that time and those queries are the most important component in getting the content found in this type of search.

1. Keywords
Use the right keywords for each article will provide tangible results and this keyword is the most important element. If you write an article, you must consider what people will be included in those updates if they share in social networking, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, or whatever.

More often than not, they are going to include the title. If the right keywords are in the title, then those keywords are also more likely to appear in any ensuing tweets, Facebook updates, etc. If someone searches for those keywords, they will be more likely to find your content in a real-time search. The same goes for your own tweets / status updates. Even if you are not sharing the article, if you want your update to be found, use relevant keywords. Again, obvious, but true.

2. Talk About Timely Events
Writing articles related to the current events is an effective way to get search results bail. Mention current events that will put you straight into the results for each search that is related to the topic, as long as the right keywords in the play. This is a method that can be, and (of course is) which is used by spammers, but that does not mean you can not give a legitimate conversation and just put yourself into more people's radar, without wasting a link to them every time.

3. Have a Lot of Followers
Another way of including effective is to get a lot of followers in social networking. Many followers on Twitter If you have lots of followers or friends on social networks, or even just your blog readers, you'll get more people sharing your content. More and more people sharing your content, the more impressions your content will make the entrance to the real-time search.

There is no easy way to quickly get a bunch of legitimate readers / followers. This will take some promotion. Providing useful content that people will be connected to and will spread virally. Provide ways clear for them to follow you (like a link to a Facebook page and Twitter account on your blog).

4. Promote Conversation
Whether on your blog or on a social network, spark conversations. Talk about topics that people are interested in. This is tied to number 2. The more conversations you are involved with, the more retweets (and equivalents on other networks) you are likely to get. And again, this means more impressions in real times searches.

5. Calls to include Engagement
Retweet button from Tweetmeme I recently talked about why there is more to retweeting than meets the eye for businesses. I mentioned the use of buttons like Tweetmeme's and Digg's. These are buttons you can put on articles that show the amount of retweets / diggs that article has. They kind of act as a meter for engagement.

These buttons are certainly not all-encompassing. They only represent the conversation on 2 channels, and not the web in general. I'm sure there are other buttons that can be used in addition. More importantly though, they provide a "call to action" to share the content. People can digg or retweet a story with a simple click, and you're one step closer to being found in somebody's real-time search.


Modifications The Html Code to Improve Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Hi friends, this article about the techniques Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is often used by the blog master to enhance Search Engine Optimization (SEO). A very sederhanan tips for adding just a few text form html code called Meta Tags, but many have the effect to enhance Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Meta tags are used to obtain a high score on your blog or web search engine. To modification the html code to improve Search Engine Optimization (SEO), we can add a meta tag.

We have to do is sign in to your blog, then go into the Control Panel, then go to Layout, and select Edit HTML. For title tags, use tricks Title. Find the following line of code:


and replace with the following code:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'> <title><data:blog.pageName/>
-<data:blog.title/></title> <b:else/> <title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title>

Optimizing the main keyword blog by adding the code below the code for the above Title Tags:

<meta expr:content='data:blog.pageTitle + " -additional
description"'name='description' /> <meta expr:content='data:blog.pageTitle +
",keyword 1, keyword 2, keyword 3, keyword 4, etc"' name='keywords' />

Before trying this tip, I recommend you backup your blogs html code, because if at the turn of the code that you did happen a mistake, you can return as before the editing process.
Good luck, may be useful.


Some Tips For SEO

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is always interesting to be discussed. On this occasion, I will try to give some tips about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Just for sharing and discussion.
  1. Select the domain name easy to remember, a good domain name is short and easy to read and remember.
  2. Search engines have a regulation for Indexed and PR,if you want to SEO Optimize for you website, must adapt it, let search engines indexed easy and quick!
  3. Select keyword(s) or statement of keyword and rational distribute in your article,if you found keyword density decline,you must add it, but note, don’t for keyword then added,must be related your article.
  4. Link to other website.
  5. Hire expertinafield.
  6. Update your content daily, if you can not update every day, you update at least 3-5days.
  7. Marketing your website,because we do seo optmize, don’t need adwords, but need more people know you,you can send e-mail to your friend and add link in your mail,new thread in froum add your link in your sign,and go to some bookmarks, e.g. www.digg.com, www.tweeter.com.


When Google Changes to No Follow

Monday, June 22, 2009

A sunny morning, to start activities on this day I want to write about some changes expected to be coming to Google in terms of the no-follow attribute. These no-follow changes have some pretty significant implications for lots of things, first and Foremost though it seems these changes are specifically geared to mitigate, to some degree, the Effectiveness of PR sculpting.

Now, PR sculpting is a fairly advanced concept a lot of folks may not fully understand. So, I figured I would try to provide some explanation of at least the general ideas involved. That seems like the best way to go about explaining why Google is looking to make some sort of change in their treatment of no-follow. If you understand PageRank sculpting, on other words, you will get why Google might not like it so much.

I expect I will have at least 5 people 'way smarter than me' hop in the comments or rip me in Twitter for leaving out 'this' or 'that' in terms of the subtle nuances of PR sculpting. My response to this would be; for the purposes of this article, the subtleties are immaterial. So simmer down. I would be remiss however if I didn't add a little warning in here for people to thoroughly read up and make sure you understand PR sculpting before you start slapping no-follows all over your site. You really can screw your site up if you do it wrong.

So what the heck is it anyway? I'm so glad you asked. We'll start with the concept of your Page Rank 'power' or 'authority'. This is the overall 'value' of a given page in terms of how much 'authority' that page has to pass along via it's outbound links. You have no doubt heard people talk about 'link juice', that's what link juice is. The more important (in Google's eyes) a page is, the more link juice it possesses.

Now think of your website as a bucket (or maybe an elegant punchbowl or some kind of fine china bowl if a bucket is too base of a mental image for you). Your bucket contains all of your link juice. Now think of your outbound links as tiny holes in your bucket. Your link juice flows through the holes and passes on your page's authority.

Now, the PR sculpting theory holds that the more holes you have in your bucket, the more your link juice is spread around or diluted. This is at least in part supported by the search engine accepted and approved concept of Crawl Efficiency (see the Vanessa Fox video or article for more on that). Search engines aren't going to spend forever crawling and indexing every link on every page, so the concept of crawl efficiency basically means you prioritize the important stuff for them.

How do you do this? Well you stick no-follow attributes on non-important links. PR sculpting theory takes this one step further and says that ALL outbound links count as a hole in your bucket, so you would then want to make more liberal use of no-follow to help direct the flow of the link juice. For example; if you had navigation links at the top of your page, in the side bar and again in your footer, PR sculpting would say you add no-follow attributes to all but one set of them. Less holes = more juice flowing through the holes that are left. Get the idea? Good.

Now, there are some rumors or suggestions that Google may be going to change how they look at no-follow in relation to how the link juice is passed along. So if you had, for example, 10 outbound links on a page and no-followed all but 2 of them, effective PR sculpting would funnel all of your juice through those 2 and not dilute it all over 10. Google, being ... well, Google does not like to have situations where people can 'control' the value of links - especially for the purposes of ranking better in Google.

So much buzzing and grumbling ensued when it was suggested that Google might not look at no-follow in quite the same way moving forward. If you have 10 links and no-follow 8 of them in other words, they were still going to count you as having 10 holes in your bucket instead of sending more love to the 2 regular links you didn't add no-follow to.

By the end of the show, there still hadn't been much at all in the way of an official word from Google on the subject. However, I very strongly suspect we will have one soon. The implications for counting no-follow links 'against' you in terms of authority passing ability raises all sorts of difficulties.

For one, let's say you have a popular article that gets 500 comments. Most everybody that leaves a comment also leaves a link. Generally these links are no-followed. If more links = some sort of diminished or diluted authority of a page, that would seem to suggest your fantastic article that got 500 comments was maybe not as good as an article that only got maybe 5 comments.

Second, the whole no-follow thing was Google's idea to begin with. It's very existence is arguably not much more than a Google helper to assist them in managing the whole link economy they created out of their heavy reliance on links as a ranking factor.

Google hates paid links because paid links have the potential to impact search results and if you can buy links you can essentially raise your result in Google. The problem is, paid links have been around longer than Google.... we used to just call them ads. So, Google decided if you slap a no-follow attribute on a link, it meant you were not trying to pass your page authority on to that link and therefore weren't being paid to elevate said link in their index.

Now, it seems like Google is starting to see people using no-follow to emphasize links via the PR sculpting thing and they want to do something about it. A cynical person might say they sound like they are trying to have their cake and eat it too... but a Google person would just say they are just trying to protect the integrity of their index. Personally, I'm all for Google protecting the integrity of their index... but I think it gets to a point when maybe they need to do something about their index's over-reliance on inbound links as a ranking factor. Maybe then they wouldn't have to sweat this sort of thing quite so much and/or dump the burden of link formatting and management off on the webmasters and the SEOs of the world. Those guys have enough on their plate as it is.


Evaluating your website from an SEO,Indexing, and Crawlability

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

When you are evaluating your website from an SEO/Indexing/Crawlability perspective there are a few things to keep in mind and some important questions you may not be asking yourself.

A traffic problem is not always a ranking problem. Many of us are too quick to assume that a drop in traffic is an indicator of some sort of issue with our search rank.

You may not have a ranking issue at all. You could have a crawling problem, there could be parts of your sites getting crawled but not indexed, you could have some sort of extraction issue, any number of things.

The thing here to keep in mind is that you need to develop some sort of infrastructure to diagnose problems. Start with some ranking report benchmarks. Generally speaking, you want to be able to know about where you stand in the rankings for some of your top queries. Know about where you stand in the SERPs for those queries and that will give you a general idea of any significant ranking movement.

Organize your pages into categories. Analyze your server logs for search engine bot activity on a per category basis. This will help you have a better idea about how well the bots are spidering/indexing your content. You may find that categories 'A' and 'C' are being actively crawled by the search bots, but 'B' is getting very little attention from them.

These various category pages may also have significant variation in terms of their crawl rates. Some of your category sections may be crawled at a rate of 10 pages per day, some at 100 pages per day. Being able to see how many pages the crawlers pick up from the individual categories gives you a good idea about how long it takes the bots to get through your whole site.

Search Engines aren't going to spend all their time crawling all your content. Crawl efficiency is the name of the game... If you have a lot of pages you need to be able to let the crawlers know what pages are the most important for them to crawl around on. If you don't want registration pages, error pages, things like that -all non productive pages. So you would want to keep the engines off of things that are not productive for you so they can spend more time dealing with the 'good stuff'.

Create comprehensive, canonical .xml sitemaps for each of your categories (the categories have to be declared canonical before you can do this). In other words, you can create a sitemap index file that links your multiple sitemaps and submit it to Google Webmaster Central.

This gives you a very granular and accurate assessment of how well Google is crawling the various parts of your site. Better yet, you get access to all the cool little graphs and tools in Webmaster Central sitemap reports. This will allow you to identify not only how much and what areas of your content are being crawled, but also how much of that content is being indexed.

So if you see that Google is crawling everything you have in category 'A' but only indexing 20% of it, you have a solid spot to start looking for reasons why.

Make sure you actually have a problem before you start running around trying to fix a problem. Seems like it should go without saying maybe, but a decrease in your overall indexed pages for example, doesn't necessarily mean you have a problem. Google may have simply de-iindexed some of your ineffective or duplicated pages for example.

If you haven't had a drop off in search traffic, then you probably don't have a significant search problem. Changes are not necessarily problems. Seems like quite a folks in this business have a little trouble with that distinction.

So there you have it. 5 pretty solid tips from one of our favorite former Googlers. I would of course urge you to check out our video to get it right from her - she says it all a lot better than I do.


An Advice For Keyword Research

Thursday, June 4, 2009

One of the most important ingredients in keyword research is understanding the language your target market speaks. While your department, your branding crew, your boss may have created concepts, jargon, slogans, or other insider language tools they’d like the consumer to adopt or internalize, unless the consumer has been in the same meetings and viewed the same PowerPoint presentation they aren’t likely going to be using that language to search.

Search marketing specialist for nFusion, Taylor Pratt addresses what he calls “professional blindness,” which is more of a linguistic barrier between industry insiders and the markets they are trying to reach. Keyword research is a way to break down those barriers so connections can be made via search.

The Changing World Of Keyword Research People who have been adhering to the same old tactics while researching keywords might do well to shake things up a little - or a lot. A search engine marketing expert recently shared her insights and gave some advice on the matter.

I seen some “amazing changes” take place in respect to what’s working. This past year or so, with this economic depression that we’ve had some of the terms that have been very consistent over the years you’ll actually see a very strong downward trend.

Online behavior is changing. People are trying to find ways to stretch their dollars, get more for their money. So one specific tip is to pair core keyword phrases with terms like “discount,” “cheap,” “overstock,” and “inexpensive.

More generally, I likes to just take advantage of what several different keyword tools offer. You can use some for brainstorming, some for gathering trend info, and so on. And it’s best to make sure you’re on the right path by seeing if they offer consistent suggestions.

Two of Maravila's favorite tools are Google Trends and Google Insights for Search.

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International Marketing Strategy

Saturday, May 9, 2009

SEO service business and growing rapidly in line with the growth of the web, which causes a web site must be "fought" tooth and nail so that the address easy to find customers among the millions of addresses of other sites from around the world who become competitors. Search engine is the main entrance, because internet users are no longer able (and do not want to) to memory addresses on a web site, and instead they rely on the index is created by the search engine.

Located on the top or at least the first page of search results for a particular subject ganda provide benefits for the company marketing via the Internet:
  • The likelihood of potential customers visiting their web sites is greater, which means increased opportunities for the occurrence of business transactions.
  • Located on the first ranking of search results (for some people) is now seen as one of bonafiditas the size of a company in the business via the Internet.

However, a search engine does not get any commercial benefit from the natural search results. Their income from ads that appear on the same page, but separate from the natural search results. Companies that do not use SEO strategies or address on the site is not a profitable position in the natural search, is still possible for customers with selectivity appears in the list of paid search (paid listings or commercial listing) on the same search engine.


History of SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Talking about SEO is not complete if we do not know origin of SEO. The term "search engine optimization" was first used on 26 July 1997 by a spam message posted on Usenet. In the period of the search engine algorithms is not too complex so easily manipulated with the goal to appear on the first page of search engines if the first thankfulness.

Initially, the search engine's search algorithm is based on information provided by the webmaster through the meta tags in html code their web sites. This is the meta tag that provides information about the content on a web page with a series of keywords (keyword). Then the webmaster how to manipulate the write keyword is not in accordance with the real site's content, so the search engines and create a place ranking sites. This causes search results to be inaccurate and cause losses to both search engines and for users who expect the relevant information and quality.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two doctoral students in computer science from Stanford University, tried to overcome the problems with the build BackRub, a search engine that fully rely on mathematical algorithms to rank web pages. These algorithms, called PageRank, is a mathematical function of the value of a complex combination of calculation from the number of links that lead to a web page with the analysis on the weight of each link, with a scale of 1-10. Based on the principle of PageRank, in general, can be said that the web pages that have a high ranking web pages is that many in-links by another web page. PageRank value will also be high when the web page that lead to him also has a high ranking. So the value of a link from the site such as Yahoo! worth more than the combined value of one hundred links from a web site that is not known.

BackRub is just a fetus. In 1998 Page and Brin founded Google, which is the version of "adult" from BackRub. In a short period of time Google's reputation and gain trust from the public Internet because the user presents the successful results, which are relatively clean (not manipulated), fast, and relevant. PageRank directly into the system both for standard search engine for webmasters and others who work to make sure the website gain PageRank value possible so that the highest position on the search results.


The Art of Living Successfully

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

The art of living successfully consists of being able to hold two opposite ideas in tension at the same time : first, to make long term plans as if we going to live forever, and second, to conduct ourselves daily as if we were going to die tomorrow.

Sydney J. Harris


Admit Your Mistake Openly

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Admit your mistake openly, maybe even joyfully. Encourage your asscociates to do likewise by commiserating with them. Never castigate. Babies learn to walk by falling down. If you beat a baby every time he fall down, he'll never care much for walking.

Robert Townsend


Opera Turbo

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The staggering demand for mobile Internet access and connectivity for a range of Web-enabled devices creates numerous opportunities for operators and OEMs (and drives the innovation that keeps consumers satisfied), but fully realizing the opportunities requires innovative solutions. As the demand is met, more competition for limited bandwidth resources grows. Building on the strength of Opera Mini data compression technology, Opera Turbo™ was developed to help optimize these resources.

Opera Turbo is a cross-platform solution, available for desktop computers, mobile phones, and other Internet-enabled devices. By compressing network traffic by up to 80%, Opera Turbo helps to enable the sustainability and scalability of networks in order to meet traffic demands and ensure a superior browsing experience.

Operators, OEMs and consumers all reap the benefits of Opera Turbo's data compression and savings technology.
Operators can:
  • Reduce network traffic and save on data transmissions
  • Improve the Internet experience by increasing Web page download speeds and performance
  • Extend the longevity of mobile network investments
  • Stay ahead of the competition by deploying quickly
  • Increase user satisfaction and retention
  • Control or restrict certain content
  • Gain insights into consumer behavior

OEMs can:
  • Improve the Internet experience by increasing Web-page download speeds and performance
  • Maximize hardware capabilities by processing server-side
  • Achieve and maintain time to market
  • Enhance usability/user satisfaction
  • Deploy across platforms and chipsets and with both low- and high-end hardware
  • Enable a full browsing experience on low-end hardware by reducing memory and CPU usage

Consumers enjoy:
  • Improved Internet experience with browser speed and performance
  • Greater affordability and cost predictability
  • Optimized browsing experiences on low-end device hardware
  • A consistent, stable, high quality Internet experience across a variety of products

Technology: How Opera Turbo works
Opera Turbo uses advanced compression technology to speed up data transfer and to reduce the amount of data that needs to be downloaded. By leveraging its experience with server-side optimization solutions such as Opera Mini, Opera Software is extending optimization to encompass other Opera browser products.
Bottom left corner is where the speed is

When turned on, Opera Turbo will display the average compression rate. Hover your mouse over the Opera Turbo icon to see a tooltip with the amount of bandwidth saved as long as it has been enabled.

Throttle your bandwidth to see the big difference

Opera Turbo will work with any type of connection, but to get the most out of it you should be on a situation with limited bandwidth. In case you can’t attend a crowded conference today or aren’t on a bus connected through your phone, you can simulate a slower connection speed with: NetLimiter 2 Pro on Windows and the pipe command on the Mac. We recommend limiting your bandwidth to 100Kbps.

Opera Turbo doesn’t change the Web site

Turbo uses a technology called “Opera Web Optimization Proxy”, which is different from the Opera Binary Markup Language used in Opera Mini. Web sites layout and text will look exactly the same, but image resolution may appear considerably lower as a result of the compression. Dynamic Web technologies such as Ajax (XmlHttpRequests) and Flash are supported, but some plugin content will load only after clicking on the empty element.
Your privacy is important

Even when Turbo is enabled, encrypted traffic does not go through our compression servers. This means that when you are on a SSL site, we bypass these traffic and let you communicate with the SSL site directly. Opera generates statistics of the usage of Opera Turbo, but these are aggregated numbers and no information can be linked to a single user. Opera does not store any users’ private information.

Opera Turbo will be part of future desktop versions

This is a time-limited release, but the feedback we receive from this test release will help us determine how and when to move forward with Opera Turbo.

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Free Youtube Downloader

Monday, April 20, 2009

Download video from YouTube to your computer hard drive with one mouse click. Video from YouTube will be saved as AVI, MP4, or FLV files. You'll be able to play AVI with any video player on your computer.

Now it is as easy as never before to download YouTube flv video to avi or original flv with Free YouTube Download. New version support HD (High Definition) and HQ (Higher Quality) YouTube Video download and has the batch mode. So you can download several video files from YouTube during one session. Free YouTube Download contains no spyware or adware. It's clearly free and absolutely safe to install and run.

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Free PDF to Word Doc Converter

How to edit PDF files without purchasing an expensive PDF editor? How to extract text/images from PDF files? What you need is a PDF to Word Converter. Free PDF to Word Doc Converter is such a desktop document conversion tool to convert Adobe PDF file to Mcirosoft Word Doc file - and it's totally for FREE!

The program can extract text, images, shapes from PDF file to Word Doc file and preserve the layout. It can convert all the pages, or any pages range of the PDF file. And it is a standalone program - you can convert PDF to Word Doc without Adobe Acrobat Reader or Microsoft Word installed!

Key Features:
  • Convert PDF to Word and preserve the original layout of your PDF in an editable Word Document.
  • Extract text labels, graphics, shapes from PDF file into Word Doc file.
  • Convert all the pages, or partial pages of PDF file to Word file.
  • Support Adobe PDF 1.0 - 1.6 formats.
  • Can automatically open the output Doc file when the conversion is done.
  • Several PDF to Word conversion options are available for a better result.
  • Convert in a high speed.
  • Easy to use software.
  • Totally for Free!
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How to Stop Smoking? Don't plan on it, and don't despair

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Want to quit smoking? Don't plan on it, and don't despair. Recent research finds that a snap decision to quit smoking cigarettes is actually two to three times more effective than planning ahead for the big day.

Some smokers want to quit, but lack the motivation. Others have tried and failed. The trick, according to Robert West of University College London, is to let the motivation build ("This costs too much money," "I don't want to smoke around the kids," "I'm afraid of cancer" and so on) and then seize the day when a trigger to put down cigarettes suddenly emerges.

"It very much goes against conventional wisdom in the field," West told LiveScience.

His research is based on interviews with 1,900 smokers and ex-smokers in England. He found that half of attempts to stop smoking involved no planning ahead and that unplanned attempts succeed for longer than planned attempts.

Sick and tired

About 23 percent of Americans smoke (the figure is 25 percent in England) despite the fact that quitting smoking extends life expectancy by up to 10 years. Effective triggers to quit can be small, in West's view, such as just being sick and tired of being sick and tired from smoking. Or large, such as a physician's delivery of news of precancerous cell growth or high cholesterol.

Many experts have thought that the stopping occurs in stages that start with thinking about stopping, then planning an attempt to actually try to quit. West's research found that unplanned attempts to quit succeeded even after adjusting for study variables such as age, sex and socioeconomics. Quitting is not a cost-benefit game in the minds of smokers, he says. "It depends on how people feel and that is a whole different ballgame."

West's work suggests a tipping-point approach to anti-smoking campaigns. He says public health workers should capitalize on smokers' latent desire to quit by putting the idea of quitting in their minds, raising smokers' motivational tension momentarily to a level that can overcome their resistance to quitting and then lowering the barriers to action—such as helping them to think, "Why not quit?".

(West's smoking research led him to write a recently published theoretical book on motivation and addiction.)

West also encourages the use of nicotine patches and other treatment and counseling to help quitters stay in remission. Recent research by Lawrence An of the University of Minnesota and Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Medical Center shows that smokers who receive encouragement via telephone counseling sessions are more successful at quitting smoking than those who do not.

The surgical approach

Surgery is also an effective trigger to quitting, other research shows. In fact, surgery is often one's best chance to quit smoking for good, according to David Warner of the Mayo Clinic.

Doctors have long known that nonsmokers and recent quitters recover better from surgery than smokers.

Warner's review of research also shows that patients who stop smoking prior to surgery have better success withdrawing from cigarettes.

"For people who have thought about quitting smoking, the time of their surgery is a good opportunity to do so," Warner said. The anesthesia used during surgery and recovery probably helps with the nicotine withdrawal and other discomforts associated with quitting.

"This increases the chance for long-term success with smoking cessation," Warner said.

It's still unclear if kicking the cigarette habit is within reach for everyone. Some smokers try to quit hundreds of time and never succeed for very long.

"However, we cannot say whether that is because the conditions for stopping were not right for them," West said, "and whether under different circumstances they might have succeeded."

Source : detail


“SEO” Trademarked?

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Could SEO companies soon lose the right to call themselves SEO companies? If a man named Jason Gambert has his way, the answer is yes.

Mr. Gambert claims in his application (which was rejected several times before finally being accepted for publication) that SEO is defined as a “process”, and not a service. Thus, he is claiming that he has the right to trademark it as a service. SEO as a “process” would remain free for general use, not that it would matter.

The only problem he faces is that SEO has indeed been a service for over ten years, and thousands of companies can demonstrate prior use of the mark as a service (including my own). The chances of him actually getting the trademark are close to nil.On his blog, Mr. Gambert claims that he is trademarking the term for the good of the industry, and that he will enforce certain standards that companies will have to meet in order to use the term “SEO”. To which the industry replied “Who the hell is Jason Gambert, and what are his qualifications?” The answer to this question has yet to be answered, but many doubt his claimed altruism and believe that ultimately, it’s about the money that can be made by licensing the term.

Even if his stated plans are true, good intentions have no bearing on whether or not a trademark is granted. It’s my understanding that many opposing documents have already been filed, and it will then be up to Mr. Gambert to answer to people that have a much more legitimate claim to the term than he does.

For a detailed history of this saga, please visit here

reff : detail


What is Search engine optimization (SEO)

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results. Typically, the higher a site's "page rank" (i.e, the earlier it comes in the search results list), the more visitors it will receive from the search engine. SEO can also target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, and industry-specific vertical search engines.

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work and what people search for. Optimizing a website primarily involves editing its content and HTML coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines.

The acronym "SEO" can also refer to "search engine optimizers," a term adopted by an industry of consultants who carry out optimization projects on behalf of clients, and by employees who perform SEO services in-house. Search engine optimizers may offer SEO as a stand-alone service or as a part of a broader marketing campaign. Because effective SEO may require changes to the HTML source code of a site, SEO tactics may be incorporated into web site development and design. The term "search engine friendly" may be used to describe web site designs, menus, content management systems and shopping carts that are easy to optimize.

Another class of techniques, known as black hat SEO or Spamdexing, use methods such as link farms and keyword stuffing that degrade both the relevance of search results and the user-experience of search engines. Search engines look for sites that employ these techniques in order to remove them from their indices.


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Friday, February 20, 2009

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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Step : Domain Settings > Manage domain > Select a domain > Click "setup" button > URL Forwarding
Redirect To : Enter your web page or blog's real address
Page Title : Whatever you want
Frame : If you choose URL Hiding, you can hide real address.
Meta Description & Keywords : If you set it, your domain would be exposured in google site with high ranking automatically. Google Search engine might be shows your "Meta Description", "Meta Keywords" in case of you have entered them.

If you're not an expert, I strongly suggest you to set URL Forwarding service.
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How to setup Zone Record for my domain ?

An A (IP address) : It is a DNS record that can be used to point your domain name and host names to a static IP address.
You can use a A record whenever you have to assign a specific IP to a domain name or to a sub-domain.

A MX (Mail Exchange) : It is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System specifying how Internet e-mail should be routed. It point to the servers that should receive e-mail, and their priority relative to each other.

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How to setup DNS for my domain?
DNS : Short for Domain Name System, an Internet service that translates domain names into IP addresses.

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