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The Information For Designers

Posted by jemi on February 23, 2010

New video podcast for web designers and developers : What next for the Flash platform? Digital recruitment advice How to reuse Flash elements What’s hot in Flash player 10? Create wireframes in Axure Interview with Hakon Wium Lie Rollover effects in Fireworks Freeze time in Flash Quick Photoshop tips for designers. Read dotnet for more information and about the downloading too.


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Footers Role In Builing The New Website

Posted by jemi on January 8, 2010

Information about the role of a footer in the website.

The footer of a website can serve several purposes, from offering a dumping ground for fine print and boring legal links to simply being a framing element to make a page look good. A much more modern approach, though, is to put that footer to work.

After all if a user has made it to the footer then it’s a good indication that they’ve happily consumed a page of content and should be kindly directed to more. Seen in its context, leaving the footer as a ‘dead end’ is a good way of losing the attention of your most engaged visitors.

There are three main approaches to footer design. The first is to place dynamic content that will be targeted at the current page and help the user locate information they might also find helpful or relevant. This makes sense for large informational sites but obviously requires a high level of organisation and cross connecting of content that may not be that easy to accomplish.

The second approach is to have the footer fixed and unchanging. Essentially, the footer takes on the same role as the header. It can provide a point from which people can jump off to any other section of the site with key links and critical elements.

A third approach is to put critical action items in the footer. In other words, every time a user finishes a page, they’re prompted to do something, or at the very least are pointed to a location within the site where user action will be more likely. The footer could include a contact form or a newsletter sign-up, or point to a trial or demo. Read more information briefly explained by Mr. Patrick in the dotnet Magazine and know more about the website’s main and important factors and elements.

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Water Found on Moon-Significant Achievement

Posted by jemi on November 14, 2009

According to the US scientists the NASA’s achievement is really a major and also a great success as they find water on the Moon. After doing the study of the available data now scientists say that there is copious quantities of water-ice and water vapour as seen by the instruments trained on the impact plume. It is like ‘a dozen two gallon buckets’ of water. Accrding to the Cief Scientist for the (LCROSS) Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite mission ‘we didn’t just find a little but; we found a significant amount’. Its really interesting news as also a different as our scientists are carry on doing research all around the world to know more an more about the each part of the Globe and then share the same with people. I got this information from one of the leading online newspaper of the UK bbc we all know how famous this news provider is always have the information from all around the world.

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Carrie Prejean Video Searching – Carefull

Posted by jemi on November 12, 2009

People are surfing for the Carrie Prejean’s video obviously why not the news is now wel spread enough on the web and now the users must be well carefull to not welcome any wrius on their machines as web intruders will be also active at such a time as they also know that now the hits will be coming without any care jus tto watch the Carrie Prejean video as soon as possible before it that get removed from the web and who knows there is any video on the web or not at moment or was i did noticed ever but now yes will give attention why not. Ok guys so be carfull dont click any wrong sites if u dont have any good antivirus running on your machine.

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Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith Actor – Expecting Their First Child

Posted by jemi on November 10, 2009

Tiffani Thiessen is happy now days as her new White Collar series is the bonafide hit in the USA. Another good news is about the child as Tiffani Thiessen is expecting firstchild of her with Actor Brady Smith her husband as i read in the news online so wish to share with you guys and the news is also that baby is due in the month of May. No doubt this is the moment any person will feel so great as its the unique moment of the life as to knwo that they are becoming parents. In a statement the couple said “we are over the moon”. Really good news for the couple Tiffani Thiessen abd Brady Smith. All the best for the next step of your life.

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Beach Blanket Bingo Great Movie

Posted by jemi on November 9, 2009

I am surfing at moment and noticed one thing as whats about the Beach Blanket Bingo as i read it it seems like near beach and when read blanket then seems its the bedroom stuff and then the next is Bingo amazing then i started searach to find out as i was not aware abouth the same. And then i found about this as its an amazing movie as Beach Blanket Bingo, 1965, film wall and the Actors in this movie are as Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Deborah Walley. The dance is really amazing at the beach i really like that.

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Timely Property sale Deals in London helped Royal Queen beet the cruch

Posted by jemi on November 1, 2009

The Royal empire of property made the profit even in the time of credit crunch. All this could be possible with the right time deals in the property in the central London. sinch the credit crises started only few businesses as major propereties in the Britain could do better.
As compared to the average loss of the 9.1 percent of the whole property market sector its total investment return is 7.7 percent so its really amazing performance at such time of economical variations in almost all the sectores and also around all the world. Also all the surplus as whole from the Estate will returned to the Treasury not to the Monarch. Its also in the process of developing the The Quadtant between Regent Street and Soho as now its a neglected area of the West End.

At the right time the property sale at the corner of the Oxford Street and Wardour Street worth of 0.7 Acre development helped and also escaped the Crown Estate from the worst of the credit crunch.In the off shore wind farms developments the main key role is played by the half of the foreshore of Britain and the seabed expanded to twelve miles own by The Crown Estate.

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Royal household turns to Twitter

Posted by jemi on July 10, 2009

Friends now the royal family has also joind the web’s fastest frowing website twitter a real micro blogging revolution, no one like to leave go on without web now days and it is true why to live behind and the Royals never they are always ahead in some ways. Have a look what its all about today and you will find about the Royals and twitter. And with the same you will see the twitter account @BritishMonarchy has just gone live, following several weeks of testing.  If you remember then in the month of Feb 2009, the Royal website was completed with the analysis of SEO also.  And including now it included more video and background data/stuff also. The Queen has her own youtube channel too which was launched few years back in year 2007, containing video of key events like the Christmas massage. Read below all about the Royals and the Web World.

Buckingham Palace has revealed that the Royal Family has now joined the Twitter micro-blogging revolution.

A spokeswoman said it had signed up to harness the popularity of Twitter to spread news about the Royal Family.

It will provide details of royal engagements as well as link to information about what members of the family are doing.

But the spokeswoman said neither the Queen nor other members of the Royal Family would be tweeting personally.

“The intention,” she explained, “is that it is a news service rather than a personal voice.”

But she said both the Queen and the Prince of Wales had been informed about the Twitter acccount.

Oversight of the @BritishMonarchy account will be split between Buckingham Palace and Clarence House.

The first “tweets” have already been sent and include links to a YouTube video of Prince William talking about the charity Skill Force, and pictures of the Queen receiving the new poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy.

In February 2009, an overhaul of the website was completed that put more video and background material on the website. The Queen also has her own YouTube channel, launched in 2007, hosting video of key events such as the Christmas message.

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Tips for Meta Description and Keyword Tags

Posted by jemi on April 16, 2009

Keyword and description meta tags optimization tutorial for better search engine rankings. Have you ever wondered why some web pages get higher search engine rankings than others? Of course you have, if you are a web developer. You may have read or heard of a hundred ways to improve your page ranking and tried them all. Only to see dismal results and wonder what the heck went wrong.

Been there and done that. So I thought I would let you in on the secrets I use to get my pages to rank high in the search engines. Once you read these tricks you might think that is so obvious I should have thought of it.

Here are the 10 rules I use to search engine optimize a page for keywords and description meta tags.

1. First let’s assume that you already know what the page is about and have already created it. This is not a tutorial on how to write web pages. Rather guidelines for search engine optimization using your meta keywords and description tags.

Depending on the type of page you are creating determines how many keywords you should use. For instance a sales letter is typically 2000 or more words. In that type of page you need to describe all the advantages of your product and why it is the right solution. You will want to get testimonials and place them in appropriate places. You may even want to tell a story relating to how well the product has performed. Don’t over do the page or you will lose your prospect to boredom.

The product page (different from the sales letter) should be between 500 and 750 words. All you are trying to do here is sell a product. Visitors that make it to these pages probably already know what they are looking for and are only looking for specific information. Your job is to convince them that your product is the right one. Beyond that and there is more opportunity for your visitors to disagree with your pitch and move on.

The article page should be at least 1000 words and not more than 5000 words. Okay some might say that 5000 is too long and others have said that isn’t 1000 words aren’t enough words to describe what they have to say. Too long – some say that 500 words is good for an article page. So lets look at this: a person who can read 10 words a second will be through your page in 50 seconds. Not enough time for them to soak up your message. A person reading 3 words a second will take about 2-1/2 minutes. Plenty of time for your message to sink in.

The average reader can read somewhere around 6 words per second. Which would take them 83 seconds to read your 500 word article. Barely enough time to get your visitors comfortable. At 1000 words the average reader will read your page in roughly 3 minutes. At 6 words a second your reader needs around 3 minutes to read a 1000 word article. This plenty of time for the reader to make a decision to click on your most wanted response.

At over 2000 words the average reader will need 5-1/2 minutes to get through it. This is stretching the limit of time most visitors will spend reading one web page. At 5000 words the average reader takes over 13 minutes to read your page. This is well past the amount of time a visitor will need to decide to click on your most wanted response. If your article is really good most people will read all the way through it. If not they are off to the next website in a flash. If you have more than 2000 words you may want to consider breaking the article into 2 pages.

Okay, back to rule #1 use the right amount of words for a particular type of page. Not too many and not too few.

2. Primary meta keyword (the first one) must be an exact match with the file name of your page. This lets the search engines match up your keyword with your page and give your page higher relevancy. Here is an example from: Ocular Defense Formula (Pr2 and #2 in Google). The first keyword for this page is “Ocular Defense Formula.” This seemingly obsure product gets 33,000+ search engine results in Google alone. So it is not that obscure after all. And makes for a good example.

3. Use only 5 keywords in your meta keywords tag. More than that and the search engines might think you are keyword spamming and won’t list your page. The search engines rank your keywords in the order that they appear. This makes the first one the primary keyword and the second one a secondary keyword and so on. You should line your keywords up in the order of relevance to the page. Here is the meta keyword tag I used in this example.

“Ocular Defense Formula, Lutein, Bilberry, eye health, vision”

4. Use all of your keywords in your meta description, with the primary keyword as close to the front as possible. Definitely within the first 5 words of your description. The search engines don’t read your description verbatim, but can find and match them with your keyword list. So try to use them all but don’t repeat them if at all possible. Again if your meta description repeats your keywords too often the search engines might think you are keyword spamming and not list your page, so don’t do it.

5. Meta description should be between 100 and 200 characters. It is important to get a solid description of your page. Less that 100 characters and the search engine may not find it relevant enough to list. More than 200 characters and the search engines may truncate it. Which looks unprofessional on your part. Truncated meta descriptions may leave searchers with the impression that your content will be too wordy and full of you know what. Too short a description and your visitors may think there is not enough information on your page and move on to the next result. So try to get your description just right, not too long and not too short. Here is the meta description for ODF.

“Ocular Defense Formula with Lutein, Bilberry and herbs to support eye health and protect your vision from aging and oxidation. Learn how to improve your visual acuity.”

6. Line up your meta keywords up too resemble a sentence. Although search engines don’t read your keywords as a sentence verbatim, it should reflect well what your page is all about. See the meta keyword tag above.

7. Proof read your content twice. You should always proof read your work before you post for a lot of good reasons like spelling, grammar, placement and paragraph distribution. Once your page looks great proof read it again with your focus on keyword placement and repetition. You want your keywords placed in your content sparingly. What? you say. Again over use of your keywords might result in the search engines thinking you are keyword spamming. That isn’t to say you shouldn’t have too few. My rule of thumb is 3 uses of a keyword for every 300 words. This lets the search engines know that there is a lot of supporting content for the keyword.

As you are proof reading you may discover that you have a much better keyword for your meta tag than what you originally thought. For instance in ODF I discovered that I had left out the keyword “vision”. After proof reading my page I added that keyword to my list and used it a couple more times in the page.

8. Put your meta description all on one line in your html code. This will ensure that the search engines reads it all. I have noticed that some search engine results leave off the second line of a description. That may leave out some of your meta keywords if that happens.

9. Never use more than 3 words for your primary keyword (and file name). People rarely search for a keyword phrase over 3 words long. Too many words in a keyword phrase and the search engines may not find enough relevancy to list your page in the results. Two words in a keyword phrase (and file name) is ideal. For Ocular Defense Formula, I thought 2 words weren’t enough to describe the page. “Ocular Defense” would have been too vague and misleading. I could have named the page something else and optimized for those keywords, but, ODF is a product page and optimizing for something like “Eye Health” would have been misleading and probably not get listed high in the search engines.

10. Use your primary keyword in the first and last paragraph of your page. The search engines will give more relevancy to your page if they find your keywords at the beginning and the end of your page. Also your primary keyword should appear in the first 90 characters of your content.

Bonus tip – Use your primary keyword as a text link in your page only once. Not twice but definitely once. If you don’t want your visitors to leave your page make that link an “add to favorites” bookmark. On a product page this works great because you don’t want to give your visitors the opportunity to go else where.

In summary use these tips to increase your search engine rankings. Optimizing your keyword and descriptions should improve the relevancy of your page and boost your search engine rankings. Notice how I used my primary keyword and description meta tags in this last paragraph.


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Blog Comments for Link Building or Reputation?

Posted by jemi on April 14, 2009

You’ve seen them… those spammy blog comments touting the benefits of herbal Viagra or acai for weight loss. To ensure that hyperlinks would have no SEO value when people left these types of spam comments on certain blogs, HTML NoFollow tags were created by Google in 2005. Any blog comment containing a link that contains the NoFollow attribute does not get any credit when search engine rankings are decided. Many websites and blogs are now using the NoFollow attribute by default to prevent spam comments from being made although sometimes human moderators are still used.

DoFollow blogs do NOT use the NoFollow tag. When people comment on DoFollow blogs and leave a link, that link has SEO value. As such, webmasters and spammers seek out DoFollow blogs so they can leave hyperlinks with anchor text containing their target keywords. It’s easy to find DoFollow blogs by doing a Google search. There are also many tools out there that help you find DoFollow blogs and generate hundreds of generic comments to leave on them. Moreover, services exist that post hundreds of comments with links on DoFollow blogs. Many webmasters and marketers jump on DoFollow blog commenting as an opportunity for link-building because it is cost-effective and easy. However, are the long-term results worthwhile?

The Link-Building Power of DoFollow Blog Comments

When you comment on hundreds of relevant DoFollow blogs, there are certainly SEO benefits. However, it seems that so many webmasters and marketers are desperate for links and forget to take a look at the big picture. The immediate search engine ranking benefits of dropping comments on DoFollow blogs are nice but the long-term benefits of leaving thoughtful comments and connecting with bloggers is far more beneficial as a link-building tactic in the long run.

When you give it some thought, leaving comments on DoFollow blogs may not require you to invest any money but it certainly demands your time. And because your time is essentially money, it’s a good idea to use it wisely and get the highest return for your investment. Rather than just looking at commenting on blogs as an easy way to build links, you ought to use it to your full potential. First off, you must get rid of the narrow mindset that you can only comment on DoFollow blogs. Comment on both DoFollow and NoFollow blogs. Focus on finding blogs that are relevant and popular in your niche rather than worrying about whether they are DoFollow or NoFollow.

The ultimate goal in blog commenting should be to attract direct links to your site from popular bloggers because of your knowledge and reputation. This will have far more power because it will drive droves of targeted traffic to your website.

In essence, commenting on hundreds of DoFollow blogs may offer immediate SEO benefits but when you consider how time-consuming it can be, it may be more worthwhile for you to actually read blogs in your niche and leave thoughtful contributions in the comment section. Ideally your comments would offer helpful information to the blogger and his or her readers.

So there you have it. Consider commenting on blogs whether they are DoFollow or NoFollow with the aim of attracting direct links and reputation. In the long run this tactic will provide you with far more benefits, SEO and otherwise.


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