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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Top 10 Helpful SEO Tips for Small Business Owners

Small business owners who have just begun their SEO campaign will find that there is no end to the depth and complexity inherent in search engine optimization. Many companies try to take a do-it-yourself mentality to SEO implementation that ends with them sloppily stringing together popular search terms or stuffing keywords on contextually irrelevant web pages. Some businesses implement SEO so poorly that, in some instances, Google may disregard their website as a spam site. The result is a significantly low ranking that will make the business show up in only the most specific term searches.
Starting or running a start up company presents many challenges for entrepreneurs no matter what the service or product.  The last thing CEO’s may consider is their Internet marketing strategies or Brand management.  In addition, most likely that is not their area of expertise nor do they have the time to implement the tasks required to gain the valuable exposure required.
Improperly-handled SEO campaigns are increasingly common these days, but it is not a fate that need befall all small businesses. It is always recommended that a company turns to a top SEO agency when approaching any search engine optimization project. Once a marketing firm has been selected, then the business will be able to run a successful SEO campaign. However, it’s important to bear in mind that there are several key points that should always be kept in mind when approaching SEO.

1) Identify your Intended Audience

The first step in any SEO campaign should always be determining who the intended audience of your good or service is. While it’s easy to simply focus on your business as the driving force behind your SEO operations, it always helps to be a more specific in your approach. By selecting a certain product as the core keyword of your campaign, you will be able to attract more traffic than otherwise.

2) Expand your Keyword Focus

Although your focused keyword may not have a hundred and one uses, you should always try to be as forward thinking as possible when considering other optional keywords. Sometimes the search term that Google looks for may not be the same one that you would have typed when looking for it yourself. You should always do research to find other ways that web surfers may try to look up your product or service.

3) Refine your Website’s Page-to-Page Connectivity

A well-designed website is one that funnels users from page to page effortlessly. By interlinking your site so that relevant pages connect to one another, you’ll find that even the less visited branches of your website will see more traffic. As a result, you can expect your website to have better domain authority and, as a result, a higher place among the search engine rankings.

4) Keep your Keywords Dynamic

Even if a particular keyword has generated a lot of traffic during the course of your SEO campaign, don’t let that prevent you from cycling your keyword focus. Search trends change as much as social ones do, so there’s never a guarantee that one term will consistently prove fruitful. Always be on the lookout for other applicable keywords that may bring traffic to your website.

5) Establish your Business on Social Media

Social media work has become an increasingly popular way to generate long term website traffic. These days, many SEO agencies focus a lot of their attention on establishing a follower base for their clients. As the number of people following your company continues to increase, so too will the potential customers that may frequent your business’ site. No matter how big or small your organization may be, you can never have enough Facebook or Google+ followers.

6) Go Where the Competition Isn’t

While it is important that your company builds a significant social presence on the more popular networks, it’s always a smart move to look for alternative sites on which to make your business known. As anyone in the SEO community can tell you, there are several up-and-coming social networks that have yet to be capitalized on. In addition to establishing yourself on Facebook or Twitter, consider also extending your social media campaign to sites like Pinterest as they become available.

7) Constantly Create Original Content

Increasing your company’s web traffic and domain authority is only the first step in your SEO campaign. While some SEO agencies may focus entirely on getting potential customers to your site, giving users a reason to stay on your website is going to be vitally important. Original content, such as a weekly blog or community activities, can go a long way towards capturing an audience and convincing them to continue interacting with your site until a sale is made.

8) Consider Pay-Per-Click as a Way to Create Site Traffic

While the service that PPC companies provide may not be as attractive as the long term solutions of most SEO practices, that doesn’t mean they aren’t useful. PPC advertisements have been a decent way to drive site traffic volume for over a decade. Should you feel your monthly analytics aren’t showing the numbers you want to see, consider supplementing them with PPC work.

9) Patience is Key

Even when employing the most methodical and well-run SEO or social media campaign, one has to keep expectations manageable. Yes, search engine optimization and other SEO practices can lead to dramatically improved site traffic and search engine rankings, but they do take time. After having built up momentum and established your company as a significant online presence, your website’s analytics will rise sharply. However, getting there may sometimes take a month or two. One should always keep this in mind throughout the duration of the campaign.

10) Always Stay in Contact with your SEO Firm

By keeping a close working relationship with your SEO agency, you and your business will be able to reap a number of benefits. Aside from having a greater degree of control over the details of your campaign, you will also be briefed on any setbacks or major developments as they occur. As a result, your optimization and social media work will go without a hitch, and you’ll be able to fine tune the particulars  of the campaign as you see fit.

Authors searchenginejurnal

Monday, June 18, 2012

Comparison of the two Giants Linux vs Windows

Even if you’re a dedicated Windows user you have probably at least heard of Linux, and it may be possible you even know a few people who swear by Linux. It wouldn’t be unreasonable for you to often wonder whether Windows or Linux is the better operating system. One thing to remember is Linux is different than Windows. You may download Linux thinking you’re getting a free souped up version of Windows.
Many people do this and are disappointed because they have to learn the ins and outs of Linux, but most people find once they are familiar with the operating system it is fairly easy to use. Windows was the first operating system to break away from DOS and is very user friendly, but it is not without its problems. Each product has its benefits and drawbacks. To determine which operating system comes out on top each deciding factor should be looked at.
As a whole Linux is a free download that can be installed on any computer, in comparison Windows comes with price range of $60 to $200. Another price consideration is that the Linux Software is usually available for free and can easily be downloaded directly onto your computer. Software for Windows can range in price from $20 to well over $200. A final price consideration is that Windows is constantly putting out new window versions that cause users to replace their games and software.
Linux is known for solid reliability and can often be run for months without ever having to be rebooted. In contrast Windows has always had reliability problems that require the user to stop what they’re doing and reboot. Additionally with Windows, the user constantly has to download patches to improve reliability issues. New versions of Windows are being developed constantly. For example, programs and software for Windows 3 are not compatible with Windows Vista or Windows 7.
As Windows keeps fine tuning and upgrading their operating systems, users have to purchase new programs and reinstall data to keep up with the current version of Windows they choose. Linux upgrades come as kernels and address the upgrades and operating issues all in one download. Linux is basically the same program it was when it was introduced. This is not to say it is a static program without advancement, but the advancements are easier and less traumatic to install and start to use.
Ease of Use
This is the area that personal preference really comes into play. All in all Linux has a higher ease of use platform, however it isn’t a natural ease of use and takes a little exploration to develop understanding. In contrast, Windows has a better ease of use for new users, the Windows operating system is practically plug and play. Linux does what Windows does, but it does it differently. Experienced Window users may find it harder to switch over to Linux than someone who is not as proficient with their computer since their habits are so ingrained.
With Windows the majority of the choices of programs and preferences have pretty much been made for users, Linux gives users many choices. This amount of freedom and choice may intimidate some users, and it is not uncommon for Window users to get frustrated and stick with Windows because of the amount of choices to make.
Both operating systems can be attacked at any time; however Linux has always been very secure and as a result has fewer security problems. In actuality Windows has a higher level of vulnerability for both viruses and attacks. There have been online attacks on Windows operating systems in the past that were so severe that they were turned into national news.
Window has backdoors easily accessible to malware, viruses and computer hacks. Linux was designed without any of these doors so it is a much more secure operating system. Attacks and hacks on Linux are very infrequent. Users can use Linux with the confidence their computer and data are more secure than with Windows.
Both Linux and Windows offer a great level of support. Linux has support available online through documents and many books. Windows like Linux also has a stream of support options online, however Windows support is superior to Linux in that it has a built in help solution in addition to an online chat option that will connect the user to a live person capable of walking them through any problem. If that weren’t enough they also have the ability to remotely connect to the users pc and repair any troubleshooting problem.
Linux support is a community of volunteers and former Window users may feel frustrated at the lack of speed in which they receive help. Window users are used to paid-for support and this means quick and dependable support for their operating system. Linux users realize their form of support comes from the community of fellow Linux users, websites or books. This culture shock may be one of the biggest hurdles to get over when considering switching to or installing Linux.
Making Your Choice
It’s clear that Linux is superior to Windows across the board, however new users and users that want the security of knowing there’s help when they need it, would be wise to stick with a Windows platform since support for Linux is purely on a volunteer basis. Users must also be ready to learn how to use Linux and realize it is not Windows. Many Linux users say once they learned the ins and outs of the operating system they found it easy to use and very secure.
For those who are ready to get a safer, more reliable and cost effective system, Linux is definitely the way to go. It really comes down to whether someone wants to stay within their comfort zone, or step out of it and spend a little time learning the basics behind everything that Linux has to offer.

Authors rinf

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Free your desktop with Fedora 17

Fedora is a fast, stable, and powerful operating system for everyday use built by a worldwide community of friends. It's completely free to use, study, and share.

Fedora 17 released on May 29, 2012

This is the latest version of the Fedora Linux operating system's Desktop Edition. It's everything you need to try out Fedora — you don't have to erase anything on your current system to try it out, and it won't put your files at risk. Take Fedora for a test drive, and if you like it, you can install Fedora directly to your hard drive straight from the Live Media desktop if you like.

Fedora Desktops

There are multiple desktops available for use with Fedora. Each has a slightly different look and feel and offers varying levels of customization. Desktops affect how windows, icons, menus, and various basic desktop interfaces look and feel. You may want to try a few different ones and figure out which one is best for you!

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Authors : fedoraproject

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Release for CentOS 5.8

CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor.  CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendor's redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. (CentOS mainly changes packages to remove upstream vendor branding and artwork.)  CentOS is free.

CentOS is developed by a small but growing team of core developers.  In turn the core developers are supported by an active user community including system administrators, network administrators, enterprise users, managers, core Linux contributors and Linux enthusiasts from around the world.

CentOS 6 Releases
December 20th 2011

The CentOS team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of CentOS-6.2 for i386 and x86_64 Architectures.

CentOS-6.2 is based on the upstream release EL 6.2 and includes
packages from all variants. All upstream repositories have been combined into one, to make it easier for end users to work with.

There are some important changes to this release compared with the previous versions of CentOS and we highly recommend reading this announcement along with the Release Notes.

LiveCDs and LiveDVDs for i386 and x86_64 are also released. These bring in the ability to directly install from the live media.

There is also a minimal install CD that will get you a very small base install that you can add to.

And now: Have fun.

Release Notes: CentOS
Download: i386 | x86_64
CentOS 5 Releases
March 2012

The CentOS team is pleased to announce the availability of CentOS 5.8. Major changes in CentOS 5.8 compared to CentOS 5.7 include:

Several updates to hardware drivers in the kernel
Upgrades to Firefox 10.x and Thunderbird 10.x

Distro Release Announcement |
Documentation: CentOS 5

Release Notes: CentOS
Download: i386 | x86_64
Authors : centos

Kumpulan Cheat Games 2012

Pada kesempatan ini, ane mau berbagi cheat games untuk semua Platform, dengan judul Kumpulan Cheat Games 2012 Terbaru. Terus terang semua jenis games lengkap tersedia disini mulai dari PC Games, Console Games, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color, Gamecube, iPhone, N-Gage, Nintendo DS, Nintendo64, Playstation 1, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Sega, Sony PSP, Super Nintendo, Wii, Xbox dan Xbox 360.

Buat ane kumpulan cheat games ini sangat berguna karena dengan satu file dengan ukuran tidak besar, bisa terdapat semua cheat games. Mulai games jaman jadul sampai games jaman modern sekarang ini, semua lengkap tersaji disini. Kumpulan Cheat Games 2012 ini selain lengkap, juga freeware alias gratis, jadi bisa bebas dipakai oleh siapa saja.

Kumpulan cheat games ini bernama Cheatbook Database 2012, buatan dari jerman, dibuat mulai dari tahun 2009 dan  bisa berjalan di Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP/Vista/7.

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