Thursday, July 28, 2011

Top 5 Best Directory Submission Sites for SEO's

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Facebook bans Google+ Ad

Ingenuity is surely something to be admired. Commercial ingenuity is something to be revered.

Sometimes, though, it seems that certain tech companies only revere their own ingenuity. That seems to be the case with Facebook, which, as reported by TechCrunch's Erick Schonfeld, has removed a piece of fine commercial ingenuity from its site.

App developer Michael Lee Johnson, conscious of the need to be big on Google+ or be nobody, wondered what the best way to levitate his Google+ circles might be. He hit upon a fine idea: he placed an ad on Facebook. It was a simple thing that was headlined: "Add Michael to Google+."

The copy read: "If you're lucky enough to have a Google+ account, add Michael Lee Johnson, Internet Geek, App Developer, Technological Virtuoso."

If those words weren't enough to persuade Facebook users that Johnson was a must for their Google+, he added a fine picture of himself wearing a jaunty cap.


The offending ad
(Credit: Screenshot: Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)

You're not guessing what happened with the ad, are you? You know what happened, don't you? Facebook didn't, according to Johnson, merely erase this heinous horse of Troy from its pages. It reportedly banned all his other campaigns too.

The message he received read as follows: "Your account has been disabled. All of your adverts have been stopped and should not be run again on the site under any circumstances. Generally, we disable an account if too many of its adverts violate our Terms of Use or Advertising guidelines. Unfortunately we cannot provide you with the specific violations that have been deemed abusive. Please review our Terms of Use and Advertising guidelines if you have any further questions."

Because my life's purpose is to be helpful, I scanned Facebook's Terms of Use and Advertising just to see what specific clause might have been besmirched by Johnson's chutzpah.

Perhaps it was Clause 11 in the "Special Provisions Applicable to Advertisers" section: "You will not issue any press release or make public statements about your relationship with Facebook without written permission." Johnson had shamefully declared on Google+ that he was placing the ad.

Perhaps it was Clause 4d of Facebook's Advertising Guidelines: "Ads cannot insult, harass, or threaten a user." He was, some might say, harrassing and insulting Facebook loyalists by his mere suggestion that there might be another place to socially network.

Or perhaps Facebook, its nose feeling tweaked, merely decided to reach for 6a of the same Advertising Guidelines: "We may refuse ads at any time for any reason, including our determination that they promote competing products or services or negatively affect our business or relationship with our users."

Still, ejecting all of Johnson's campaigns seems a touch cruel. Perhaps Johnson will consider an action against Facebook for emotional distress and, well, damage to his reputation.

This he will have to place, so Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities tells me, in a court in Santa Clara County. For now, Johnson's only public statements have been: "LOL." Oh, and "Facebook. You Suck."

1,460 people currently have Johnson in their Google+ circles. I cannot find Google+'s No. 1 personality, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, among them.

Source Latest News by Chris Matyszczyk on CNET

Saturday, July 9, 2011

How to Add +1 Button to your Site

Webmasters can get the +1 button code right now. The implementation is very simple and you get started instantly by using this default code where you want the Google +1 button to appear.

This is the code that goes into the header: <script type=”text/javascript” src=””></script>
This is the code that you insert where you want the +1 button to appear: <g:plusone size=”tall”></g:plusone>

Below video will explain how adding the +1 button can make your website go viral across the web as people vote the +1 button.  it’s a Google tool and will likely influence Google search engine rankings, it’s a must have on any website and blog.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Tips to Save your Website from Panda Updates

Google is getting serious in its battle to clear out spam from its search results. Perhaps, it is a technique to make websites even more subservient to Google. Below are some tips on how to prepare your website for panda update.

1. Write inclusive and extensive articles
We have to know that if we write about something then we should try to write a full satisfactory article. Suppose we want to write an article regarding All in One SEO plugin then we should write most of regarding All in One SEO plugin i.e importance of this plugin, compare with some other good SEO plugin and how to customize this plugin.

2. Write articles for Readers and not the search engine
Your article must be relevant to its title and keywords. If you offer download of an application then you must provide a download link for this application or if you write a title regarding a product review then your article must contain a good product review which is able to satisfy a reader. So if you right a fully targeted article then no matter it is a long article. If we write a crude article which is aimed only for search engines and not for readers then it will be noticed negatively.

3. Avoid copying content from other websites
If you do not want to get affected harmfully from panda update then never copy a full article from any other website because Google is acting very rudely with this type of websites. you can use the author tag to declare your content ie.

4.Stop others from stealing content from your website
It is very unlucky that many quality content websites have become victim of negative panda effect due to plagiarism. After Panda update many content stealers have acquired better ranking than many original content websites. So warn content stealers strictly to stop plagiarism.

5. Use your innovative work to give your website some extra unique content
I think most of professional bloggers are geeks in many ways and know many amazing tricks related to internet, web design, mobile phones and gaming. So share your useful unique tricks at your blog and give your blog a unique touch. For example if you are a web designer and WordPress geek you can share CSS,HTML,PHP,Wordpress,Joomla tutorials those can help beginners.

6. Avoid excessive Website Monetization
Every successful blogger monetize his blog and earn heavy money from his blog and I think it is the aim of most of pro bloggers which is good but you should avoid extra advertising on your blog specially you do not merge advertise in article content. which may mislead users.

7. Write a product review carefully
If you are promoting a product via your blog post then must keep in mind the quality of product and do not promote a product which is not worthy for a positive review.

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