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Blogs, WordPress and Google

Blogs, WordPress and Google

It’s no secret that a continually updated website with new content being added regularly stands a good chance of doing well in Google. One of the long standing methods to regularly expand a site’s content is through the use of a blog. ..

New Poll Added : Favourite Search Engine?

New Poll Added : Favourite Search Engine?

I would have to agree with the overwhelming majority of our users that our favorite search engine is Google.

Google’s search engine optimization guide for webmasters

Google’s search engine optimization guide for webmasters

If you avoid the following things, it will be easier for Google to index your web pages: Things that you should not do in your web page titles Do not use web page titles that have no relation to the content on the page. Do...

How to lock a folder in Windows XP

How to lock a folder in Windows XP

Copy the following code in Notepad. Now paste it in notepad. Change the “type your password here” with your password (Marked as bold in the above posted matter). Save it as batch file(with extension .bat).Any name will do. Now you see a batch file. Double...

Web Fundamentals Bloggers Should Know About

Web Fundamentals Bloggers Should Know About

I’ve had the chance to talk to quite a few fellow bloggers recently, some new to it, others more seasoned, and I’ve been really surprised to find that so many of them don’t know as much as they should about some important web fundamentals. A...

How To Prevent Your Blog From Leaking PageRank

How To Prevent Your Blog From Leaking PageRank

In simple terms, PageRank leakage/dilution is when outbound links siphon off PageRank which would normally be distributed to internal pages, therefore reducing your sites overall PageRank. How much of an effect it has on your site will depend on the strength of your internal linking...