Sunday, December 12, 2010

seo on page

On page SEO or search engine optimisation is making sure that your website is as search engine friendly as possible. If your website is not optimised then you have less chance of getting good results in the search engines, here is a quick guide towards good on page SEO:
  • Make sure that all of your web pages can be indexed by search engines - make sure that they all have at least one link from somewhere on your site.
  • Make sure that you have unique content on every single page.
  • Make sure that your meta-tags are arranged correctly - your page title tags and description tags should describe the content of your different web pages. The page title tags should be less then 68 characters and the description tags more detailed but less then 148 characters.
  • Make sure you label the different headers on your web pages using H tags.
  • Make sure that your web page URLs are SEO friendly, use mod re-write for Linux and Apahche hosting or use IIS redirect for Windows. Ideally make it so that the URLs describe your content i.e. use as apposed to having something like Use hyphens or underscores to separate words in the URLs.
  • Make sure that the links within your site are complete i.e. if you are linking to the blue widgets page link to as apposed to just blue-widgets.php.
  • Make sure that you use descriptive URLs for your images i.e. use blue-widget.jpg as apposed a bunch of numbers and or letters .jpg.
  • Make sure that you label all of your images with descriptive alt attributes.
  • Make sure that you make good use of anchor text links within your content - if you have a page about blue widgets, use the phrase blue widgets in the text that links to it.
  • Make sure that there is only one version of your site - 301 redirect all non www. URLs to the www. ones or vice versa.
  • Make sure that there is only one version of your homepage - 301 redirect the index or default page back to
  • Use the rel="nofollow" tag in the links to websites that you do not trust, you think maybe using spamming techniques or you do not want to help in the search engines.
  • Make sure that your code is valid, in some instances bad code can lead to search engines not being able to properly read a page. Use the W3C validator to check your markup.
If you follow these guidelines you are on your way towards good on page SEO and to good rankings in the search engines.
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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Popular Adsense Keywords

Popular Adsense Keywords
Popular Adsense Keywords

The following are the Popular Adsense Keywords digital versy point, this list handy for those of you who seek money from Google Adsense :

mesothelioma $84.08
mesothelioma attorneys $80.93
mesothelioma lawyers $69.04
malignant pleural mesothelioma $55.95
Asbestos Cancer $54.17
mesothelioma symptoms $53.66
peritoneal mesothelioma $52.27
trans union $51.91
lung cancer $43.12
search engine optimization $30.19
mesothelioma diagnosis $28.70
home equity loans $20.06
Baines and Ernst $18.47
consolidate loans $17.74
Lexington law $17.68
Lexington law firm $16.81
debt problems $16.28
register domain $15.74
home equity line of credit $15.61
affiliate programs $14.33
refinance $14.21
video conferencing $13.63
payday loans $13.21
credit counseling $13.02
asbestos $12.79
debt solutions $12.64
cash loans $12.13
refinancing $12.09
broadband phone $12.08
debt management $11.86
fast loans $11.81
credit card processing $11.75
credit reports $11.59
making money on the internet $11.58
merchant account $11.46
line of credit $11.42
money magazine $11.27
Adsense $11.13
credit counselors $11.02
identity theft $11.00
make money at home $10.84
free credit $10.76
cash advance $10.64
consumer credit counseling $10.63
freecreditreport $10.61
make money from home $10.35
free credit reports $10.26
make extra money $10.21
domain registration $10.19
adwords $10.08
citifinancial $10.06
my fico score $10.01
web hosting $09.88
American express credit $09.71
airlines credit card $09.52
credit report $09.52
earn money $09.51
hard drive recovery $09.49
hard money lenders $09.44
credit counseling service $09.44
consolidate $09.41
claims $09.20
debt consolidation $09.10
poor credit $09.09
low interest $08.89
web host $08.64
student credit cards $08.63
secured $08.60
merchant account application $08.59
loans $08.57
send money to India $08.43
discover credit $08.40
merchant accounts $08.39
hosting $08.35
money on the internet $08.34
credit loans $08.33
consumer credit $08.32
money making ideas $08.26
credit card applications $08.23
money lenders $08.10
discover credit card $08.09
money loans $08.08
dept help $08.01
credit card services $08.01
consolidation $07.94
ways to make money $07.84
student credit $07.73
online credit report $07.66
how to make money $07.51
accept credit $07.47
accept credit cards $07.43
student loan $07.43
internet money $07.39
credit repair $07.32
free credit check $07.28
bad credit $07.26
money making $07.21
SEO $07.18
University Degrees Online $07.16
credit card application $07.05
consolidating $07.05
people with bad credit $07.05
car loans $07.05
money fast $07.03
money now $06.88
household automotive $06.76
personal credit $06.73
money at home $06.72
bad debt $06.69
lenders $06.68
auto loans $06.63
making money online $06.61
Point of sale software $06.55
interest credit cards $06.53
credit history $06.53
lending $06.39
business credit $06.32
money to India $06.31
debt $06.17
online credit $06.15
student credit card $06.14
hard money $06.10
webhosting $06.06
credit cards $06.04
make money $05.97
credit application $05.96
online credit card $05.96
chase credit $05.90
interest credit $05.89
Equifax credit $05.89
video conference $05.88
credit card offers $05.88
American credit $05.86
credit card fraud $05.82
best credit card $05.82
no credit check $05.79
credit card $05.75
bankruptcy $05.64
best credit $05.59
money market account $05.55
mbna credit $05.54
for credit $05.48
webhost $05.48
pengar $05.47
college credit $05.44
money market accounts $05.43
best credit cards $05.40
credit reporting agency $05.39
credit card debt $05.36
credit checks $05.36
visa credit $05.36
credit check $05.29
secured credit cards $05.26
one credit card $05.25
Credit report $05.24
i need money $05.16
low interest credit $05.15
credit services $05.08
credit reporting $05.06
preapproved $05.04
online approval $05.04
credit card rates $05.02
credit score $05.00

The above is the result search Popular Adsense Keywords
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Friday, November 19, 2010

Image SEO

So far we spoke about title optimization, importance of heading tags, anchor text but we just mentioned images for once or twice.

Even tho the weight search engines give to optimized images is not heavy as the title tag it still does help us in our SEO Optimization venture to rank higher in the SERPs. I have seen many web masters avoid optimizing their images because they are not aware of it, or simply because they don’t think it is worth the time.

Well let me tell you, on one of my web sites I had a typo on the image alt tag, and on my stats i kept seeing organic traffic coming to my website with a typo word. I was like going mad and worried that I might have made a typo and maybe my business would not be taken serious. I kept digging deeper and deeper into the side and checking every single paragraph for the possible typo. It ended up that I had the typo on the image alt tag **

Okey with that said I just wanted to show you that I have experienced and that image optimization DOES help. But now, lets see how to optimize a image (but not for image searches). I want to avoid image optimization for image searches since we want traffic to our content and not directly to our image.

Lets presume we have a search engine optimization website and we want to use a image logo instead of keywords in headings.

The next image is NOT what I would call optimized

    <img src=”logo.gif” width=”180″ height=”60″ />

Neither this is what I would call image optimization

    <img src=”logo.gif” width=”180″ height=”60″ alt=”Logo” />

While this is what I would call SEO optimized image

    <img src=”logo.gif” width=”180″ height=”60″ alt=”Search Engine Optimization (SEO)” />

Oh hold on, neither this is image optimization, actually this would be keyword spamming (and might harm you)

    <img src=”logo.gif” width=”180″ height=”60″ alt=”Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SEO Service, SEO Company, SEO Expert, SEO software, SEO Tools” />

Keep in mind, image alt tag can HELP us in SEO Optimization of our web site, but as any other tag that search engines read, it can harm our web site too if we abuse and over use it (avoid keyword stuffing).

Building Business Website

This time I'm going to talk a little about how to select a domain name that is right for your business.

If you already have a busy website and you like your domain there's no need to change it but as soon as you set up a new website or if you are going to rebrand your business with a new business name you need to consider carefully what domain name to choose.

For those of your who don't know the domain name is the base part of the address you type into the browser address bar to open a website. Like "", "" or ""

First of all you need to know what you are going to use the domain for. It could be any of the following.

* The website of your business.
* A niche website to make money from ads or selling a ebook
* A SEO website, like a feeder blog, that exist for the sole purpose of helping your business or niche website rank in the search engines.

Considering the different purposes a domain and website can have your might want to optimize your domain for some but not all of the following

* A short name that is easy to spell and that people will remember after they have heard someone mention it on the radio or if they read about it two days ago.
* A name the is built from the nr 1 keyphrase your are targeting with SEO
* A name that does not conflict with trademarks or business names already in use in your target market (or you could lose your domain to a trademark holder)
* A name you want to live with for many years (a lot of your marketing is tied to the domain name)
* A name without hyphens if possible
* A .COM or country specific domain for your business
* A .ORG or country specific domain for your organization

Building Your Business Website
When your select a domain name for your business, most of the time your want the domain name to be the same as the name of your business.

If you have a long or complicated business name it's usually best to select a domain name that is a short version of your business name, the name of a popular product you sell or a completely new name

Branding is important here and you want a short and memorable name that you remember from the radio or from a billboard.

Always go for a .COM or a country specific domain extension, like .CA or .CO.UK, for your business.

Use a country specific extension if the large majority of your customers are from a singly country. The country specific extension will help your search engine rankings in that country, but will reduce your rankings in the rest of the world. Many times a country specific extension will make your look more trustworthy in the local market.

Use a .COM extension of you sell to many countries and especially if you sell to the US. The United States country specific extension .US is not popular so avoid it and use .COM

There is a reason to not use .NET domains. Most people only remember the name part of the domain and automatically adds .COM when typing it into the browser address bar. This means you lose a percentage of visitors that go to the .COM domain instead, and if there is something interesting (perhaps a competitor) on the .COM domain they may never return to your hidden .NET business.

If you really want to have a .NET domain make sure to also register the .COM domain with the same name and redirect it the your .NET website. That way you don't lose the type in traffic that uses dot com by mistake.

The same goes for hyphens. Many times your visitors will not remember the hyphen when they type in your domain and you'll lose some visitors again.

Lets talk about domains for SEO and niche websites in a later newsletter.

Also remember to check out my list of best domain name registratin sites if you need a safe place to register your domains.
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Thursday, November 18, 2010

tips on the most effective search engine optimization

Need high website rankings but not sure where to start? Or do you already have an effective SEO plan for promoting your website? Check whether you can improve it, or make your own plan from scratch! Even if you're a complete beginner, within 5 minutes you'll have a clear idea of what SEO is about and where to start. Just read on!

Roughly, any SEO has to make the following vital steps:

  1. Choosing the right keywords
  2. Optimizing your site's content
  3. Cleaning and organizing your site's structure
  4. Finding places to get backlinks from
  5. Building a wide network of quality links
  6. Monitoring website rankings over time

Don't even think to miss any of these tasks — these five are absolutely inevitable.

Let's go over each task to find out how to perform best at each point, and which search engine optimization software from SEO PowerSuite should be used for better results.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010


What are meta tags? They are information inserted into the "head" area of your web pages. Other than the title tag  (explained below), information in the head area of your web pages is not seen by those viewing your pages in browsers. Instead, meta information in this area is used to communicate information that a human visitor may not be concerned with. Meta tags, for example, can tell a browser what "character set" to use or whether a web page has self-rated itself in terms of adult content.

Metatag example :

<meta name="description" content="Free Web tutorials" />
<meta name="keywords" content="HTML,CSS,XML,JavaScript" />
<meta name="author" content="Hege Refsnes" />
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1" />

Definition and Usage
Metadata is information about data.
The <meta> tag provides metadata about the HTML document. Metadata will not be displayed on the page, but will be machine parsable.
Meta elements are typically used to specify page description, keywords, author of the document, last modified, and other metadata.
The <meta> tag always goes inside the head element.
The metadata can be used by browsers (how to display content or reload page), search engines (keywords), or other web services.
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SEO Keyword

Although you may not optimize your site for such keywords. SEO keyword learning is very important that you know what they are, as it applies to your site. As you work through this post, make a list of the 5-10 “major” keywords that describe your website. It's named SEO keyword learning.

SEO are the most important thing when we have a site, one of the worst mistakes that novices make is trying to focus on a single word or phrase for SEO keyword, and attempt to build a good website  that will rank well. Extremely general terms such as these are very competitive, difficult for search engines to handle well (in terms of giving good results to searchers), and hardly worth the trouble in the first place.

What I have done to most of my post titles is composing them from some keywords that usually searched by people. Maybe you ever found there are some titles that false to be said as a title. This might caused by I am not the expert in combining these keywords. But what you need to underlined is make your post title contained with multiple keywords.

Then the second is about writing your first page of your post. I am not forcing you to do this but I this is what I always do to my first line of my post. I rewrite my post title and combine it with the other word until appropriately, it become a sentence.

Top Social Bookmark

this is list of  Top Social Bookmark :

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Social Bookmarking List

Social Bookmarking List :

Backflip : Backflip is a free service currently being run by volunteers. Backflip was started in 1999 by Netscape veterans Tim Hickman and Chris Misner. As a research tool, Backflip is clearly of value to the education community, and that community (or at least certain segments) has certainly embraced Backflip. A Google search of sites that contain the term “” results in numerous education-related links, including Teacher Tools.
barksbookmarks : BARKS=BookmARKS is a website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control.
BibSonomy :BibSonomy is run by the Knowledge Data Engineering Group of the University of Kassel, Germany. Its specifically designed for researchers, in sharing bookmarks and bibliographies
Blinklist :A social bookmarking site launched by Mindvalley. According to their site, they launch several web businesses a year and are focused in 3 areas. – Technology, media and Marketing. BlinkList does have a user friendly interface indicating that its being run well and efficiently. They also quote “fully profitable” on their site. Furthermore, you can label and comment about any web page on the Internet.
Blipoo :Meet Blipoo, a social bookmarking site for “cool” people sharing “cool” stories. It claims to help bloggers drive more traffic to their blog because they allow self promotion..
BlogBookMark : Designed specifically for Blog hunters, claims to have the hottest news, gossip, and blog chatter from around the web. I highly sugggest that mainstream bloggers bookmark their entires here.
BlueDot : This basic social networking service allows users to save and share bookmarks.
blurpalicious : Get Blurped! Not too different from other social bookmarks, but I love the tagline.
Bmaccess : Social bookmarking with thumbs :)
Bookkit : is an absolutely free web service designed to facilitate bookmark (favorites) management needs.
BookMarkAll : Bookmarkall is an online bookmark community where users can create, organize and share their favorite web links online and access them anywhere.
Bookmark-manager : Organizer for bookmarks, calendar, diary and knowledge.
bookmarktracker : Free online storage, management, synchronizing and RSS sharing of your bookmarks.
Bookmax : You can store your bookmarks and links to your favorite sites online and access them from wherever you are : basic Social Bookmarking.
Buddymarks : The online personal, group and social bookmarks manager.
Bukmark : Bukmark is a social bookmarking website.
Chipmark :Another basic social bookmarking site.
Citeulike : A free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading.
Claimid : Manage your online identity. Although this is not a normal social bookmarking site, users can bookmark sites which reference their identity and build backlinks in this fashion.
Clipclip : Clipclip allows you to save images and text, with a “bookmarklet”.
Cloudytags : A unique word analyzer connects to your page, gets all the words and suggest you the real tags your site is showing to the world.
Complore : Derived from com-(with,together) and explore-(search, research). As the name suggests, complore is a vision to connect people from diverse backgrounds
Connectedy : Lets you establish a personal link directory online. As you surf the web, you collect links, categorize them in a way that makes sense to you.
Connotea : Social bookmarking (for researchers).
Contentpop : It has the latest Web 2.0 features such as social bookmarking, blogging & RSS. It also uses the word POP in the title which means it must be good.
coRank : coRank is a site where you can share whatever you find interesting on the web with people who value your opinion
Crowdfound : CrowdFound is essentially a social bookmarking website, but with a different vision in mind : Store, share and tag your favourite links. Open source clone of with private bookmarking, tagging, blogging, and notes : THE social bookmarking site : It allows you to easily add sites you like to your personal collection of links and to categorize those sites with keywords. Not to mention that if enough people save your site in a bookmark, it will make their popular page and send a lot of traffic. Delicious is owned by Yahoo and is a MUST for your social media and bookmarking strategy.
Diigo : Social bookmarking on steroids.
Digg : The social news site that changed the Internet, Digg is a high power authority and a listing in Digg for a site, even if it only has a couple of votes, will rank highly on Google and other search engines for certain terms. If your site is shared and voted upon on Digg, and makes the Digg homepage, you’ll get a lot of traffic and attention from other bloggers who read Digg.
Dropjack : is a social content website and owned by the ExactSeek company.
Easybm : Allows users to bookmark their frequently visited sites on their private page, allowing 1-click access to their favorite web sites.
Enroll : Social bookmarking system based in India.
ez4u : Social Bookmarking – Ez4u to Bookmark : “Ez4u to Organize Ez4u to Share with Others Ez4u to Remember”
Favoor : Favoor is your personalized new start page. Collect your favorite internet addresses.
Folkd : Folkd is a social web-service about pages, news, audios, videos and blogs.
Freelink : provides free pages of links that you can access anywhere at anytime.
Freezilla : FreeZilla claims to be the first Web 2.0 freebies and promotions social networking site.
Fungow : Fungow was designed to help better organize and keep track of your bookmarks.
Furl : Like Delicious, LookSmart’s is one of the first social bookmarking sites and considered an authority by the major search engines. Listing your sites in Furl will lead to traffic from organic rankings and its popular page drives traffic.
Gather : Gather is a place to contribute articles and content, blog, tag and connect with people who share your passions. (Plus you can link out from the articles in this authority site).
Getboo : is yet another free online bookmarking service which allows you to store, edit and retrieve your bookmarks from anywhere online.
Google : Allows users to save and create bookmarks in their Google toolbar that can be accessed anywhere online. Google is getting more social by the day, so take advantage of their Google Bookamrks and citations, because one day they probably will have some kind of influence on external meta data considered by the Google ranking algortihm.
Hanzoweb : Hanzoweb – Bookmark, tag & share knowledge online
Hyperlinkomatic : Hyperlinkomatic – bookmark list manager. : offers a free service which allows you to save your favorite website/links at one location that can be accessed from anywhere.
Icio : Danish Bookmarking engine.
Ikeepbookmarks : Popup feature allows you to add links while surfing the web
Iloggo : Simple web based bookmarking tool that you can use for attractively displaying your favorite websites on one page.
Jigg : is a socializing community with the latest stories / news submitted by users and has a familiar name :)
Kaboodle : Kaboodle is a 2.0 shopping community where people recommend and discover new things.
Kinja : Kinja is a blog guide, collecting news and commentary from some of the best sites on the web.
Lifelogger : “LifeLogger is a great way to keep things that matter to you alive and sparkling.” And worth considering in a bookmarking campaign.
Lilsto : Lilisto lets you store, manage and find your favorite links (or bookmarks) and removes the need to maintain them through your browser.
Linkagogo : Favorites and Social Bookmarking Application, its unique dynamic toolbars automatically adapt themselves.
Linkarena : German Social Bookmarking site.
Linksnarf : Social link sharing with groups of friends.
Listerlister :ListerLister is a social list building community where you can create, add to, and vote for both lists and the items added to them. : Like Furl and Delicious, anoter major bookmarking site which lets users organize bookmarks, search other people’s favorites and make friends and contacts.
Markaboo : MarkaBoo is tool for saving websites, files, and notes from your browser, email or mobile phone.
Marktd : Marktd is a reference & voting system that highlights marketing articles considered valuable by the marketing community.
Memfrag : memFrag stores your favorites personal notes, making them globally accessible from any computer.
Memotoo :Lets users centralize and share your personal data.
Mister Wong : Mister Wong is a social bookmarking site that originated in Germany, and has since become a popular and widespread tool.
Mixx : An up and coming bookmarking and social news sharing network which should rival Digg, Reddit and others, Mixx blends popular photos, videos and stories.
Mobleo : Allows you to easily add, organize, and share your mobile phone bookmarks with your friends using your desktop computer.
Multiply :Florida-based social network Multiply, which reports nearly 3 million users and $6 million in funding,opened its social bookmarking site recently and has done well. Definite authority :)
Murl : My URLs is a free online bookmarks manager, think of it as a bookmarks community.
MyBookmarks : MyBookmarks – access your bookmarks anytime, anywhere. Free productivity tool for business, student or personal use. Another popular bookmarking site.
Myhq : Store your bookmarks in one central location. Fast, text-based, banner free!
MyLinkVault : A free online bookmark manager. Other bookmark managers can be so clumsy to use – trying to rearrange your bookmarks can be slow and frustrating.
mySiteVote : mySiteVote is a community where you can vote your favorite site/s and view how popular a site is.
MyWebDesktop : A collaboration and communication tool, designed to be as generic and easy to use as a telephone and email.
Newsvine : The mission of Newsvine is to bring together big and little media in a way which respects established journalism
Newsweight :NewsWeight is a democratic news, information, and entertainment resource.
Oyax : Oyax is a social bookmark manager which allows users to easily add sites you like to personal collection of links, categorize those sites with keywords.
Philoi : Person-to-person link sharing community. Save bookmarks and share links with your friends.
PlugIM : PlugIM is a user driven internet marketing community. Submit content, share articles, comment on projects and promote your favorites to the front page
Propeller : Formaly known as Netscape, AOL’s Propeller has become a great social bookmarking news community tool which is considered an ultimate authority by Yahoo Search and passes link juice in its news story profiles. Propeller is also going to redesign very soon, which should be quite exciting.
QuickieClick : QuickieClick is a second generation social bookmarking website with a visual twist.
Rambhai : An Indian social bookmarking community
RawSugar : A social search engine powered by user contributions. Its an online community, with over 130,000 URLs already tagged by their members.
Reddit : Timely and shocking news oriented, Reddit stories are instantly voted upon and if liked by the community as a whole, can drive incredible traffic and users.
Searchles : Owned by the DumbFind search engine, in my opinion Searchles is a much overlooked bookmarking tool and loved by Google, Yahoo and the other major search engines with its passing of link juice and high rankings for terms within search results themselves. Do not overlook Searchles.
Segnalo : Italian Social bookmarking site.
Simpy [late addition]: Social bookmarking & search, Simpy lets users “save, tag, search and share bookmarks, notes, groups and more.”
Sitebar : A solution for people who use multiple browsers or computers and want to have their bookmarks available from anywhere without need to synchronize them
Sitejot :Free online bookmark manager. Like every other social bookmarking site, it allows users to manage all of their bookmarks online in one convenient place.
Sk*rt : sk*rt is a social media ranking platform of “pure goodness”, targeted towards women. Given the right story, Sk*rt can send A LOT of targeted traffic.
Slashdot : The godfather of social news, SlashDot bookmarks are still quite powerful .. keep in mind the site has a heavy slant towards Linux and Open Source issues.
SocialDanger : SocialDanger is a Web 2.0 open source content management system.
Socialogs : A Digg-like Social Bookmarking Service.
Sphinn : Very popular search marketing oriented social news and discussion site run via the Pligg system.
Spotback : Spotback is a personalized rating system that recommends relevant content based on personal rating history using collaborative filtering
Spurl : Another cherished bookmarking and tagging site, Spurl lets users keep online bookmarks & tags while offering full text searching, recommendations & storing of entire documents.
Squidoo :Kind of spammed out, Squidoo is a 2.0 property which lets people and businesses set up a ‘lens’ which lists links, tags and relevant RSS feeds to different subjects.
Startaid : I’ve noticed that StartAid bookmark pages rank highly in Google and other search engines. This basic bookmarking service allows users to describe, tag and categorize sites.
StumbleUpon : Owned by eBay, StumbleUpon is an amazing blend of social bookmarking, voting, networking, web surfing, search and blogging. Best of all, StumbleUpon can send major traffic with its userbase of around 3 million users.
Stylehive : The Stylehive is a collection of all the best products, brands, designers and stores discovered and tagged by the Hive community
Syncone : SyncOne is an Internet aggregator of bookmarking and browsing.
Tagfacts : Basic bookmarking and tagging, a social knowledge base.
Taggly : Store, share and tag your favorite links.
Tagne : is user-submitted, community voted links and resources related to SEO, Blogging, RSS, Tagging, Internet Marketing and more.
Tagtooga : Says that this bookmarking engine can be used to discover great sites difficult to find in Google/Yahoo by browsing categories.
Tagza : A very young Social Bookmarking site mostly being used by Indian and Pakistani web masters.
Technorati : Always changing and reinventing themselves, this recognized authority offers links to blogposts, tagging and a social bookmarking WTF section.
Tedigo : Personal and social bookmarking in Spanish and English made simple.
Thinkpocket : Lets users pocket websites you find valuable. It is a web service that aims to help store, organize and share your favorite sites
Thoof : Thoof is a user generated news and information service that claims to learn about what users are interested in and delivers news that they care about.
Totalpad : TotalPad is a new online news and article community where people are free to voice their opinions
Urlex : With URLex system users are able to leave a comment regarding any internet link on any site. Possibly good for linking :)
Uvouch : Another basic social bookmarking site, users can save their findings with one click, at one place and access it from anywhere.
Vmark : An online bookmark and online favorites manager.
Voteboat : VoteBoat is a user-controlled rating and voting site.
Votelists : VoteLists lets users create a list of rankable items. Other can add items, comment on them, rate them and more!
Vuju : Vuju allows user to submit/publish content which can be tagged and promoted.
WeTogether : Social bookmarking site where people will have great opportunities to promote their own sites.
Whitelinks : Securely store and quickly access favorite websites whenever connected to the Internet,:
Wink : A social search engine where users can share results and answer questions. Users build profiles which can link out to bookmark pages or other web sites (hint hint).:
Wirefan : Social bookmarking, news articles submission site.:
Xilinus : Organize and manage bookmarks online.:
Xlmark : xlmark is an easy social bookmarking site:
Yahoo! Bookmarks: The MOST POPULAR social search and bookmarking service on the web. It’s similar to Delicious and something they launched before acquiring Delicious. Yahoo Bookmarks lets users store bookmarks using their Yahoo Toolbar and access them from any computer.
Yattle: Bookmark Management and Mini-Blogging Service.
Zlitt: Zlitt is a social bookmarking system which gives users the opportunity to share and tag favorite news, images and videos.
Zurpy: Saves bookmarks, text clippings, images, files, and news feeds in one place.

Do you have any suggestions of other social bookmarking sites? Please feel free to add them in the comments below.
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Free Web Link Directory Info

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Automatic Reload Script

Using this tag you can have your page automatically refresh itself to the most current version, or change to another page entirely after a set number of seconds (a process known as ‘client pull’). This is useful if you've moved a page to a new url and want any visitors to the old address to be quietly sent to the new location.

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5; url=newurl.html">

The number is the number of seconds to wait before changing to the new page. Setting it to 0 results in an instant redirect, but this isn’t recommended as it disables your readers’ Back buttons. This method of redirecting is ok, but a better solution is to use URL rewriting.

Automatic Reload Script
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HTML Image

HTML The <img> Tag and the Src Attribute In HTML, images are defined with the <img> tag. 
The <img> tag is empty, which means that it contains attributes only, and has no closing tag.
To display an image on a page, you need to use the src attribute. Src stands for "source". The value of the src attribute is the URL of the image you want to display.
Syntax for defining an image:
<img src="url" alt="some_text"/>
The URL points to the location where the image is stored. An image named "boat.gif", located in the "images" directory on "" has the URL:
The browser displays the image where the <img> tag occurs in the document. If you put an image tag between two paragraphs, the browser shows the first paragraph, then the image, and then the second paragraph.

HTML The Alt Attribute
The required alt attribute specifies an alternate text for an image, if the image cannot be displayed.
The value of the alt attribute is an author-defined text:
<img src="boat.gif" alt="Big Boat" />
The alt attribute provides alternative information for an image if a user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the src attribute, or if the user uses a screen reader).

Basic Notes - Useful Tips
Note: If an HTML file contains ten images - eleven files are required to display the page right. Loading images take time, so my best advice is: Use images carefully.
Note: When a web page is loaded, it is the browser, at that moment, that actually gets the image from a web server and inserts it into the page. Therefore, make sure that the images actually stay in the same spot in relation to the web page, otherwise your visitors will get a broken link icon. The broken link icon is shown if the browser cannot find the image.

The HTML noscript Element

The <noscript> tag is used to provide an alternate content for users that have disabled scripts in their browser or have a browser that doesn’t support client-side scripting.
The noscript element can contain all the elements that you can find inside the body element of a normal HTML page.
The content inside the noscript element will only be displayed if scripts are not supported, or are disabled in the user’s browser:

<script type="text/javascript">
document.write("IRENG BLOG")
<noscript>Sorry, your browser does not support JavaScript!</noscript>
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The HTML script Element

The <script> tag is used to define a client-side script, such as a JavaScript.
The script element either contains scripting statements or it points to an external script file through the src attribute.
The required type attribute specifies the MIME type of the script.
Common uses for JavaScript are image manipulation, form validation, and dynamic changes of content.
The script below writes IRENG BLOG! to the HTML output:

 <script type="text/javascript">
document.write("IRENG BLOG!")

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Metatag For Keyword

The HTML meta Element Metadata is information about data.
The <meta> tag provides metadata about the HTML document. Metadata will not be displayed on the page, but will be machine parsable.
Meta elements are typically used to specify page description, keywords, author of the document, last modified, and other metadata.
The <meta> tag always goes inside the head element.
The metadata can be used by browsers (how to display content or reload page), search engines (keywords), or other web services.

Keywords for Search Engines
Some search engines will use the name and content attributes of the meta element to index your pages.
The following meta element defines a description of a page:
<meta name="description" content="Free Web tutorials on HTML, CSS, XML" />
The following meta element defines keywords for a page:
<meta name="keywords" content="HTML, CSS, XML" />
The intention of the name and content attributes is to describe the content of a page.
Note: A lot of webmasters have used <meta> tags for spamming, like repeating keywords (or using wrong keywords) for higher ranking. Therefore, most search engines have stopped using <meta> tags to index/rank pages.
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Edit Metatag Title (Title Optimization)

The TITLE element (not Title Tag as many call it, but will be using the phrase “title tag” in this SEO article for SEO reasons) of your web page (found within the HEAD) is very important, probably the most important part of a page (especially for placement in Google and Yahoo) and should ideally be SEO optimized for a small number of keywords or key phrases (preferably just the one main phrase for that page).

The exact number of keywords, keyword density** and keyword proximity is dependent on a number of SEO factors including the difficulty of the keyword phrases, the PageRank (PR) of the page, if you have control of the backlinks and anchor text to that page (so you can change the anchor text of the links) and the age of sites backlinks (older backlinks means it’s easier for that site to rank well).

Edit Metatag Title (Title Optimization)
Edit Metatag Title (Title Optimization)

** There is no SEO evidence adding a keyword two or more times to a title element will increase the SEO benefit for that keyword. For this reason it is advisable to only add a keyword once unless it makes sense from a user or keyword proximity perspective: for example for keyword proximity reasons a title like “SEO Tutorial – SEO Title Optimization” is better than “SEO Tutorial – Title Optimization” IF your main SERP is “SEO Title Optimization”.

As a general rule of thumb when it comes to the title tags less is better than more as it concentrates the SEO benefit of the title over less keywords.

Example – This web page SEO Services is optimized primarily for the phrase SEO Services and a few related SEO terms including SEO Quote, SEO Expert, SEO Consultant and various phrases including the keyword SEO.

We could of stuffed the TITLE element with all of these keyword phrases i.e. -

<TITLE>SEO Services – Consultant SEO Expert Services</TITLE>

Or even a list of phrases like this as the title tag-

<TITLE>SEO Services – Consultant SEO, SEO Expert, SEO Consultant</TITLE>

Instead we Optimized the Title as-


We decided to use the short title element because this concentrates SEO benefit from the title element to that single two word phrase. Since Search Engines like Google rate the contents of the title tag as important you ideally want THE most important phrase for that page on its own.

There are exceptions to this loose rule, if you have a very small web site and lots of keyword phrases you wish to target, you have little choice, but to double or even triple up your titles keywords.

Also if you have high PR pages (i.e. PR6) and are having no problems keeping the main phrase for those pages, you could experiment by adding further highly relevant search phrases to the title tag. Take care not to over do it, what you do today may not show full effect for several months. For example if you added an extra phrase and 4 weeks later your main SERPs had not dropped, so you add another phrase, you might not see the negative effects of the first change for a couple more months. You may find 3 or 4 months after the first change loosing the pages main previously stable SERP!

When making changes to a successful page err on the side of caution, SEO is a very long term process and requires a lot of patience. If you are taking a risk (like adding more phrases to a title element) give the page at least 2 months and preferably 3 before deciding if it was successful or not. If a recent change results in a major drop in SERPs seriously consider reverting to the original page, but be aware what you see today might be the result of what you did 3 months ago or could be a coincidence, the search engine may of changed it’s algorithm (check the forums for reports of big changes) or some links to your site have been removed or changed.
Visitor Needs vs. Search Engine Optimization

As with all aspects of web site design don’t forget your visitors needs, some keyword phrases aren’t descriptive enough to use alone as a title tag, what you put in the title element is the text searches will see when they see a listing for your page in a Search Engines Results Pages (SERPs). If it doesn’t appeal to your potential visitors they will not click through to your sites listing! This is precisely why the title tag of this page is SEO Tutorial – Title Optimization and not just Title Optimization. The former (SEO Tutorial – Title Optimization) tells a potential visitor this page is part of an SEO Tutorial, the latter (Title Optimization) does not.
Quick SEO Tip – note above how rather than writing “The former tells a potential visitor this page is part of a Tutorial, the latter does not.” we added the important keywords “SEO Tutorial – Title Optimization”, “SEO” and “Title Optimization”. Being long winded is a prerequisite to good SEO copywriting!

In conclusion what you put between the <TITLE> and </TITLE> element is very important so try to get it right.
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