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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Tips to Improve the Page Rank of a Website

Page Ranking

Whenever you type a keyword for your searches, search engines fetch relevant results and display on the first page. Have you ever thought based upon what, the websites are listed in the pages of search engines? The listings on the search engines are purely based upon Page Rank of the websites. Higher the page rank better would be the position of your website in the pages of search engines.
Now the question is: How to get a good Page rank? Before going into depth, let us tell you that page rank is mainly about the quality of the links that your website possesses. However, for quality links you have to work little harder and make things happen. Let us see, how you can get good page ranks for your page:

Build quality backlinks:

There are many ways of creating great backlinks, but we would say that the best method is ‘blogging’ and ‘commenting on others’ blogs’.  It is always good to search for good page rank websites and post your blogs on such websites, as this will add PR value to your page through the backlinks. Also, make sure that your blogs are posted on relevant websites, so that relevant traffic gets directed to your website, through the backlinks.

Create great content:

Understand a simple fact,if the menu doesn’t lure the customer, they might not be interested in your restaurant. Similarly, if your content doesn’t develop any interest in the reader’s mind, he will not be interested to know more about you. Create quality content, so that users develop a good impression about you and make use of backlinks to explore about your product/service. 

Guest blogging on relevant niche:

Guest blogging is one of the most powerful weapons to create quality links. This doesn’t mean that you can post your blogs in any kind of website to obtain good PR.You should try to post your blogs on renowned and your kind of websites. Do not forget to add your website as the signature link at the end of your article.

Interact with other bloggers:

Connecting with bloggers on the internet will not only enhance the page rank of your blogs, but also let you enter a community. This will make you well-famous sooner than you could have achieved it, doing it alone.
Our conclusion is: Obtaining PR is more or less about the kind of links you have and links will do wonder, if the kind of content you write and post satisfies the readers. We would suggest you to write it in human-friendly manner, as search engines will only like you and assign good Page Ranks to your website, if you are liked by your readers. 


-Authored by Sara Bruce. She is an SEO analyst and an avid blogger. If you come across any negative reviews about your Business/Services do visit our pages on ‘Remove negative feedback’ & ‘Remove negative results from Google’ to get rid of it.

Simple Tips to Maintain Website Traffic


Generating website traffic needs lots of your time and effort. To lure and sustain website traffic, ‘patience’ is the fundamental need. If you have the same, then you can read below to find certain tips jotted down by us, to generate and maintain website trafficfor your online business.

Plan your strategy:

First of all, you need to maintain a structured plan for yourself before diving into this sea. It’s a vast sea and you cannot have any random method to achieve success. So, here you go:
¨     Good content always pull traffic.
¨     Encourage promotion of the content developed.
¨     Search Engine Optimization is necessary for good rankings and attracting traffic.
¨     Website optimization is needed to maintain the traffic.
After you plan your strategy, you need to work on it and for that you need to have a deeper knowledge, as in how things actually work. So, let’s have a look at it.

Importance of Content:

If people find something fresh, informative and interesting in your website, then they would again visit for something better, the next time. This is how your website will gain popularity. There are chances that the extremely good content will be shared on the social media sites, which will be an added feather on your cap.
However, if the content is not that great, then there are chances that your website will not draw anyone’s attention and gradually, it will be buried in the graveyard. Content always remains the king.

Establish a systematized website:

Good content is a crucial requirement, but if the visitor doesn’t find it easy to navigate through your website, then they would tend to leave your website without reading what you have for them and the content will be proved to be worthless. This is the reason behind the need of an organized website, which can be easily handled and understood by any kind of visitor.
You have to adapt to the technology, which render speedy and efficient results.
Social Link-ups:
These days, it has become an important factor to have a social page of your website in any of the social media platforms, as these are the most common platforms that people are aware of. Also, it is an easy way to make your company famous. These social media platforms have become a vital medium of attracting huge traffic, so you can’t keep yourself away from it.

Search Engine Optimization:

SEO is important as you can be away of negative reviews about your company. It is used to publicize your website, so that people get to know about you and you hit better sales. However, the fact is if your “content” is not good enough, then search engine optimization will not be of much help.
One last tip, we would like to state here is: be loyal to your visitors and provide them with the info that exists in real so that, they set their expectations according to your level of service. This will satisfy your visitors and gradually, you will have a stable market. If you can maintain your reputation, then this will be your strong defending weapon that will protect you from your rivals. 


-Authored by Sara Bruce. She is an SEO analyst and an avid blogger. If you come across any negative reviews about your Business/Services do visit our pages on ‘Remove consumer affairs’ & ‘Remove negative blogs’ to get rid of it.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Windows 8


Windows 8 development was started much before Windows 7 has shipped in 2009. In January 2011 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will add support for ARM microprocessors in addition to the x 86 microprocessors from Intel, AMD and VIA technologies on 1st June, 2011, Microsoft has officially unveiled the new Windows user interface 8, plus additional features at the Taipei Computex 2011 in Taipei (Taiwan) and Mike Angiulo D9 Conference in California (United States) by Julie Larson-Green and Windows President Steven Sinofsky. A month before that was held at the Conference BUILD, Microsoft has opened a new blog called "Building Windows 8" for users and developers on August 15, 2011.
Microsoft has introduced new features and improvements of Windows 8 on the first day of the Conference BUILDS on September 13, 2011. Microsoft has released Windows Developer Preview 8 (build 8102) on the same day, which included development tools (such as Visual Studio Express and Expression Blend) and SDK to develop applications for the new Windows 8 interface. According to Microsoft, there were more than 500,000 downloads developer preview within the first 12 hours of its release. Originally set to expire on March 11, 2012, February 2012, the expiry date of the Developer Preview has been changed to January 15, 2013.

The Pros 


1) Unique experience across the devices:



Microsoft assures that Windows 8 is going to offer a “no-compromise” experience for its users on tablets, also those tablets running Windows 8 Pro is offering the same functions and the same features as an P.C version. There are variety of convertible tablet an p.c hybrids are shown on the launch. This is going to definitely increase productivity on-the-go. Microsoft’s skydrive will be offering the cloud storage needed, professional using tablets kind of surface should have an cool time getting used to Office 2013 on convertible personal computers when away from their work places. So once Windows 8 mobile phone devices are released. They will be high in security protocols which can interact with Corporate Windows Policies. Giving more options to the workers on the go


2) Higher Security Protocols:


Using of Unified Extensible Firmware Interface should Secure Boot which will be an huge improvement on the old Basic Input & Ooutput System (BIOS) as of now it only allows booting of operating systems components which have been digitally signed by vendors. This would definitely & efficiently eliminate the malicious rootkits from growing active, which are started during the boot-up process. Before any anti-malware could start of. Enterprises will find it very difficult to enable this features to protect their professional data efficiently. Along with Bitlocker (Disk Encryption Solutions) a more robust Windows Defender. Windows 8 will also give “Windows to go” , a fully controlled professional Windows 8 picture that can be booted off from an USB drives on any x64 operating systems. This is going to be an first step on the right path for businesses concerned by the emerging BYOD trends, which is going to offer a secured Professional environment that will automatically VPN into the enterprise network.


3) This runs On the Existing Architecture:


Now IT managers can stop worrying about investing their money in expensive hardware to use Windows 8. This has been designed to run on a wide range of architectures. As per the Steven Sinofsky (President, Windows & Windows Live), “In building Windows 8 we set out to significantly reduce the overall runtime memory requirements of the core system”(MSDN Blog). He also added that Windows 8 was re-designed to work on systems to meet its requirements of Windows 7, and even much older systems will be able to run it smoothly. Also, due to its efficient memory usage, power consumption in Windows 8 is comparatively much lesser than its previous versions. 



The Cons 



1) Merging Personal and Professional versions:


While Ballmer believes that Windows 8 is “great to work & play”, which may not be that good thing for most of business. Assuming that the new “Windows 8-style” start screen is designed in such a way & keeping casual users in mind, live tiles may prove counter-productive for corporate work, mostly distracting the workers for using apps and other social media platforms while they work. While Microsoft claims that User Account Control (UAC) will definitely stops installation of unauthorized applications, there could be ways to get around it that employees may use to install applications without going through Windows Store, and this is will be to prove that very detrimental in an office environment. 

2) Is this going to be User-friendly for desktop users? 

First let us see the fact; most of businesses are not planning to move to touch-based systems any time soon. Windows 8 cannot force that change either. Windows 8 was built on touch screen in mind, hence it going to perform awkwardly on a traditional desktop for pc users. By using your mouse to “slide” apps around and having to switch between desktop and “metro” screens constantly will be a gigantic pain point for corporate work. There is going to be also huge costs involved on training employees to find their way around Windows 8. Which many businesses will feel would not be worth of their investment. 

3) Windows RT devices not enterprise-ready still: 

One of the major weapons that Microsoft is using to push to popularize its Windows 8 is its Surface tablet. However, the flavor of Surface released on 26th Oct, 2012, runs the Windows RT OS, which only offers a subset of services offered by Windows 8 Pro. What's so bad in it, if you ask? Well, it can't run legacy applications. Which means that enterprise users will be restricted for using only metro-style apps on their tablet?  This has an abysmal selection of enterprise productivity apps at the moment. Although a customized Office suite will be available on the RT tablets, users will have a poor selection of 3rd party apps to install. However, Microsoft is set to release the Surface version running the Windows 8 Pro OS in Jan 2013, which should allow for more flexible for their users.

Source: Print Media

Tags: Windows 8, windows, Microsoft, operating systems



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Friday, July 22, 2011

Graphene can charge your mobile batteries in seconds




Graphene is a flat layer of carbon atoms in a tightly packed lattice in two dimensions (2D) Beehive and is a basic building block for graphitic material for all other dimensionalities. Can be contained in 0 D Fullerenes, nanotubes rolled into 1 d or stacked in 3D graphite.

The team, led by Monash University, Dan Li says that the combination of two simple materials of graphite and water can help produce such Super batteries that perform on a par with lithium-ion batteries. Scientists are working essentially with a material called Graphene, which could create the Foundation for next-generation storage systems, advanced materials, ultrafast energy journal reported.Once we can properly manipulate this material, your iPhone, for example, could charge in a few seconds, or possibly faster, said Li. Graphene is the result of breaking down graphite, a cheap, readily available material commonly used in pencils, into layers one atom thick. It is strong, chemically stable, an excellent conductor of electricity and, importantly, has an extremely high surface area.

Li said these kind of individuality make graphene extremely suitable for energy storage applications. The reason graphene is not being used all over the place is that these very thin sheets, when stacked into a usable macrostructure, immediately bond together, reforming graphite.  When graphene restacks, most of surface area is lost and it does not behave like graphene anymore, he said. The team has discovered the key to maintaining the remarkable properties of separate graphene sheets water.

Maintenance graphene moist in gel form provides gross forces between the sheets and not allows restacking, making it ready for real world application, say the scientists. The technique is very simple and can easily be scaled up. When they exposed it, they thought it was not believable. They are taking two basic, inexpensive materials water and graphite and making this new nano material with remarkable properties, said Li.

When used in energy devices, graphene gel considerably outperforms current carbon based equipment, both in terms of the amount of charge stored and how fast the charges can be delivered. Li said the benefits of developing this nanotechnology extended beyond consumer electronics. High speed, reliable and reduces the cost and energy storage systems are very critical for the future viability of power from renewable property. These systems are also the key to large scale adoption of electrical vehicles. Graphene gel is also showing promise for use in water cleansing membranes, biomedical devices and sensors, he said.

Source: Print Media

Tags: graphene, battery, gel, graphite

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Google finds a new opportunity in Japan



A car with surprisingly made its way last week in the rubble in the port city hit by the tsunami of Kesennuma Japan. On the roof: a collection of nine cameras create 360 degree panoramic digital images of the disaster area to damage archive.

It is one of the new ways that Google has used its technology to raise its brand and identity of social network in the country.

Google was also quick in the early hours of the disaster site to assemble a Finder Person who has helped people to learn from the situation of families and friends affected by the earthquake and tsunami. Analysts say it is too early to say whether Google's efforts have resulted in a greater share of the search or online advertising since the earthquake. But after blunders serious privacy concerns and raise in the past, Google has finally won new friends in a country where it trails Yahoo.


 "I know we would have to worry about with these people," said Shigeru Sugawara, the mayor of this northern city. After the magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck on March 11, Google employees were Japanese shook in their office in Tokyo on the 26th floor.

Within minutes, a small group of Google employees began work on what would become the first of the various disaster-related services that Google has launched in Japan. Person Finder was initially developed after the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. In Japan, Google launched its service in person Finder online within two hours after the earthquake.


The locator of people, users with information about a missing person can create an entry that other users can search. People looking for a missing person can also create an entry in the hope that someone with information will see it and post an update.

There was an obvious disadvantage without access to the Internet from hundreds of evacuation centers, victims had no way to capture their movements on the website.

Most of the information on missing persons was instead of taking the form of handwritten posters in the evacuation centers. And Google began to ask users to take pictures of posters and download them to Google Picasa online photo-sharing services. The company has a sales force of approximately 100 to work transcribing the names of the photos on Person Finder.


Soon, nearly 1000 photos of names had been uploaded to Picasa, and Google employees could not keep up. Then, in a development of Google did not anticipate, anonymous users voluntarily began to transcribe the names on the photos, using the interactive features of Picasa. Google has also led local authorities and other organizations with missing information for people to share their data. One by one, people and organizations fed information in Person Finder.

Overall, the Finder person has collected 616,300 records, the largest database of Japan for missing persons of the disaster. For Google, the effort is to improve a reputation that could use some browning in Japan. The Street View feature for the cards, adding panoramic pictures on the website of Google Maps, so annoyed the Japanese privacy aware that the company was forced to reshoot his actions less intrusive cameras with image. The disaster in March has given Google unexpected in a way to build its technology in a positive light, business leaders say.

Source: Print Media

Tags: google, japan, tsunami, digital images, disaster management
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