Jumat, 28 Oktober 2011



6 Tempat Membuat Blog Gratis

Posted: 28 Oct 2011 04:40 AM PDT

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Kamis, 13 Oktober 2011

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5 Reasons Why SEO's and Clients May See Different Search Results

Posted: 13 Oct 2011 04:41 AM PDT


5 Reasons Why SEO's and Clients May See Different Search ResultsTBT - I bet all SEO's have faced this problem at least once - a client looking up their target keywords on the Internet and seeing different website rankings than the ones stated in the rankings report. How do you explain to clients that you are not trying to cheat them?

Users may get different search results for one and the same search term because of their:

1. Web History

Personalized search results are no secret to anyone. We know that nowadays search engines (particularly Google and Bing) custom-tailor your search results based on the queries you make, websites you visit and search results you click. What's interesting is that your results get biased by default, unless you specifically opt out.

Search engines collect users' browsing history in 2 major ways:

(1) by tracking signed-in users' activities and
(2) by planting cookies into signed-out users' browsers.

Say, you are signed in with your Gmail account. Your Web history will be recorded there. And, if you are signed out of all your Google accounts, Google will send tracking cookies to your browser and your browsing history will be kept track of with the help of those cookies.

If you'd like to see search results that are not biased according to your Web history - sign out of all your accounts, clear browser cookies and perform the search again.

2. Location

Search engines can tell where you are because they know your IP address. Hence, they also tweak your search results based on what would be of interest for your specific location. For example, if you look up "coffee shop" and you are searching from Manhattan, NY, you will probably see websites of cafes close to you. Search engines also look at the language of your browser and take it into account while personalizing your results.

There are several ways to make your browsing appear as if happening from a different location. You can use a proxy or a special tool for that. For example, Google Adwords Ad Preview and Diagnosis tool -

Google AdWords: Ad Preview and Diagnosis

allows you to see the results visible in different geographical locations across the world. The tool enables you to change your virtual browser's language, too.

3. Social Media Activity

Now that Google's +1 button and Google+ have been introduced, there is even more tweaking of the search results based on your Google contacts plus-one. For example, if a contact from your:

- Gmail chat list,
- Google Plus,
- Google Contacts list,
- Google Reader, or
- Google Buzz

plus-ones a webpage or a search result (no comments on the idiosyncratic nature of that), the +1'd page may appear higher in your personalized SERPs and will contain your friend's "recommendation."

To nullify the effect your social media activity has on your search results, sign out of all your social media accounts and clear your browser cookies.

4. Universal Search

Thing is, search engines nowadays sprinkle their "regular" search results with Video, Images, News and other types of results. This is what they call Universal Search - a system of blended search results, first introduced by Google in 2007.

So, if we are talking about a given site's positions in the SERPs, it's also important to consider what part of Universal Search results we are talking about. Are we talking about everything? Or just Images?

For example, your client receives a rankings report that says that their site is # 3 on Google for the "yada-yada" search term. Your client googles "yada-yada" and sees that their site is actually # 5. However, if you do not take Google Places results (that are incorporated into Everything results) into account, the site IS indeed # 3. So, it depends on how you look at it.

Well, there is no way you can prevent search engines from "sprinkling" their Everything results with some of their Places, Images or other listings. However, you can make it clear to your client, what you consider the first result, etc.

5. Google Dance

Until Google switched to the new indexing system called Caffeine (which happened in June, 2010), it used to update its index once a month; and the update used to take several days to complete. On such days, users could see different search results for the same keyword. This was because Google's 12 data centers were getting updated one by one, at slightly different time-frames. And, as Google normally turns to a random data center to provide search results, what users saw could have come from the new as well as the old index. This phenomenon got called the "Google Dance" by SEO's.

However, today things are different. Caffeine allows Google to continuously update its index, thus the Google Dance is virtually non-existent nowadays. But, because Google still chooses a data center at random, users may see different search results based on what data center they come from.

There is no way you can pick what data center you'd like to receive search results from. However, you can explain the concept to clients, so that they understand that ranking fluctuations by 1-2 positions are normal.

So, users may see different search results while looking up one and the same term for the various reasons noted above. And, if your clients have questions regarding this, simply refer them to this article.

[via - sitepronews.com]

Rabu, 12 Oktober 2011

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A fresh face for link units - Inside AdSense

Posted: 12 Oct 2011 04:39 AM PDT


If you're using link units, you know that they're a great way to earn additional revenue from the smaller spaces on your site. We've made a few updates to this ad type in the past, but today, we're giving link units a well-deserved facelift. We decided that it was time to reevaluate the layout of the link unit and the landing page in order to give this ad type both a modern look and a great performance boost. Here's an overview of what's changing.

The link unit
We've heard feedback from publishers that it isn't clear why they should choose to show four versus five terms in their link units. Most people pick one of these options by guessing the expected performance. We've actually found that link units with four terms almost always perform better than five.

As a result, we're reducing the number of topics in all link units to four for horizontal orientations and three for vertical orientations. If you're currently using link units, this change will happen automatically. We're also slightly increasing spacing between and font size of each term.

A fresh face for link units - Inside AdSense

The ad page
Following the general makeover of Google pages, we're giving link unit landing pages a fresh look as well. The color scheme, orientation, fonts, and number of ads are being updated to the following:

A fresh face for link units - Inside AdSense

We'll continue to work on improving link units and hope to share more exciting news soon! In the meantime, we recommend viewing this video to learn how to utilize link units.

A fresh face for link units - Inside AdSense

Sabtu, 08 Oktober 2011

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How to Add Related Posts Widget to Your Blog?

Posted: 07 Oct 2011 11:16 PM PDT


TBT - Now here is wonderful hack for displaying links to related posts beneath each of your blog posts. The related articles are chosen from other posts in that same category/label/tag. With this hack many of your readers will remain on your site for longer periods of time when they see related posts of interest.

1. Go to Layout >Edit HTML in your Blogger Dashboard.
2. Back up your existing Template before making any changes!
3. Make sure to check the "Expand Widget Templates" box.
4. Search for the </head> tag.
5. Add the following code just before the </head> tag.
<style> #related-posts { float : left; width : 540px; margin-top:20px; margin-left : 5px; margin-bottom:20px; font : 11px Verdana; margin-bottom:10px; } #related-posts .widget { list-style-type : none; margin : 5px 0 5px 0; padding : 0; } #related-posts .widget h2, #related-posts h2 { font-size : 20px; font-weight : normal; margin : 5px 7px 0; padding : 0 0 5px; } #related-posts a { text-decoration : none; } #related-posts a:hover { text-decoration : none; } #related-posts ul { border : medium none; margin : 10px; padding : 0; } #related-posts ul li { display : block; background : url("http://lh3.ggpht.com/_cNpXRtRph18/S76dASm3WGI/AAAAAAAAEJg/AVmw4HhRdsk/rss.png") no-repeat 0 0; margin : 0; padding-top : 0; padding-right : 0; padding-bottom : 1px; padding-left : 21px; margin-bottom : 5px; line-height : 2em; border-bottom:1px dotted #cccccc; } </style> <script src='http://theblogtemplates.com/scripts/Related_posts_hack.js' type='text/javascript'/>
6. Now search for <data:post.body/>. In some of the templates this code may look like this
<div class='post-body>
or
<data:post.body/>
7. Add the following code just beneath the code you just searched for.
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
<div id="related-posts">
<font face='Arial' size='3'><b>Related Posts : </b></font><font color='#FFFFFF'><b:loop values='data:post.labels' var='label'><data:label.name/><b:if cond='data:label.isLast != &quot;true&quot;'>,</b:if><b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'>
<script expr:src='&quot;/feeds/posts/default/-/&quot; + data:label.name + &quot;?alt=json-in-script&amp;callback=related_results_labels&amp;max-results=5&quot;' type='text/javascript'/></b:if></b:loop> </font>
<script type='text/javascript'> removeRelatedDuplicates(); printRelatedLabels();
</script>
</div></b:if>

8. Now Save your Template and you're done!

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Jumat, 07 Oktober 2011



Javahostindo Web Hosting Lokal Murah

Posted: 26 Feb 2011 02:29 AM PST

Hosting adalah tempat dimana seseorang, kelompok, organisasi atau bisnismen menempatkan websitenya atau dengan kata lain tempat yang disewakan untuk memasang website namun beda dengan sewa bangunan...

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Rabu, 05 Oktober 2011



Belanja Komputer Online

Posted: 05 Oct 2011 03:12 AM PDT

Kebutuhan akan komputer kini semakin menjadi hal yang harus dipenuhi mengingat perkembangan teknologi komputer begitu bermanfaat terhadap setiap jenis kegiatan manusia, baik kebutuhan akan...

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