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Your Party in the Clouds: Google+ announces its cool new events feature!

Google announces its cool new feature Google+ Events for make your life more Joyful with friends & family in the clouds, As Google promised Changing the Way We Share and Connect.

As like Google+ Others tools, It's completely free & works before, during, and after a party, unlike other event organisation toolkits, which "bail when you need them the most. As Usual Google's efforts to make our life more easier & much better.

New Google+ Events integrates with Google+, has support for beautiful themes and it's not just about creating events. The most interesting feature is called "party mode" and it automatically brings together all the photos taken by the guests. "Once you've enabled Party Mode on your mobile device, all of your new photos get added to the event in real-time. And as more guests turn on Party Mode, more pictures will instantly appear to fellow invitees. In this way Google+ Events gives your party a visual pulse; we've ev…

Google Panda Official Update Version 3.8 On June 25th

Yesterday Google has announced they pushed out a new refresh to the Panda algorithm recently.
This update “noticeably affects only ~1% of queries worldwide,” said Google on Twitter.

There were earlier rumors of an update over the weekend but Google said the rollout started today and not over the weekend.

The previous Panda update was on June 8th and before that on April 26th. Typically, Google pushes out algorithm updates for Panda and Penguin every month or so. While the last Panda update was just over 2 weeks ago, Google felt they wanted to push out a new refresh.

Here is the tweet:

A Google

Heads up: we're pushing a new Panda data refresh that noticeably affects only ~1% of queries worldwide. More context:
— A Googler (@google) June 25, 2012
Google said there were no updates to the algorithm or changes in the signals. This was simply a basic data refresh where they ran the algorithm again.
For more on Panda update, see this article.

Webmaster Academy: A Primer on Search Engine Optimization

If you have a website, you probably want it to be easy to find. Search engine optimization, or SEO, is “the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines” (Wikipedia). While the most important thing to do is to always focus on providing your users with a great experience, here are some great optimization tips to get you started:

Optimizing Content
If there’s one thing to remember, it’s to make sure your website has high-quality content. Your content should be concise, relevant, and unique. Remember to use words that users would search for, which you can find more data on in Webmaster Tools.

Improving HTML
Make sure that your website contains all the proper HTML tags necessary for search engine crawlers to understand each page. Each web page should have a relevant title (created with the <title> element in HTML) that concisely describes that page’s content. Images should have alternate text (the alt HTML attribute) because Google is mu…

Meta Tags, Meta Robots, and Robots.txt

What is Meta Tag? Meta elements are HTML or XHTML elements used to provide structured metadata about a Web page. Such elements must be placed as tags in website head element.

The meta tag has two uses: either to emulate the use of the HTTP response header, or to embed additional metadata within the HTML document.

Example of the use of the Meta Tag <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html" ><meta name="keywords" content="Your Website Keywords" ><meta name="Description" content="Your Website Description" >  How Meta  Robots used in search engine optimization? Meta tag provide information about a given Web page, most often to help search engines spider categorize them correctly. They are embed into the HTML document, but are often not directly visible to a user visiting the site.

They have been the focus of a field of search engine optimization, where different methods are explored to provide a use…

Magento SEO - The Definitive Guide By Yoast

Magento SEO It's now almost a year after the world saw the first stable release of Magento, and there was still no "definitive guide" to Magento SEO. A lot has been written on the subject, in the Magento forum and some blogposts, but nothing that gives a complete overview of this subject. It's time to let all this knowledge and experience fall into one big piece; the definitive guide to Magento SEO.
As search, SEO, and last but not least the Magento platform evolve, we will keep this Magento SEO article up to date with tips, tricks & best practices. Because Magento, though pretty stable, hasn't matured yet, the best practice is to stay updated with the latest release, at moment of writing 1.4.
Need your website reviewed?
If you need an outside look at your Magento install, you might consider our Website Review. The results of this review contain a full report of improvements for your site, encompassing my findings for improvements in different…

Lightning Seeds - Touch And Go (Nothing's changed but nothing seems the same)

A smile to break the ice, can I know your name

If you say no and it's touch and go

nothing would have been the same

Oh was it star-dust or just lust

Well one touch is just not enough

Faces change but somewhere in the passing crowd

The face you just can't live without

Nothing's changed but nothing seems the same

Remembering a thousand things I meant to say

The past's a sea of boys and girls

Who disappeared without a word

All friends of mine who had their time, then drifted away

Delights, dizzy heights, will you change your name?

If you say no and it's touch and go

Nothing's going to seem the same

Oh but the stars are out, they're shining down

They whisper through the passing clouds

Don't be scared the wind will come, blow you home

Don't be afraid, 'cos you're not alone

Nothing's changed but nothing seems the same

Remembering a thousand things I meant to say

The past's a sea of boys and girls

Who disappeared without a word

All friends…

10 Must Have Free Apps for Freelancers

When you want to be an industry leader, you must have to be smart & organized. Nowadays most of the freelancers uses many applications for organized their work. here's 10 Must Have Free Apps for Freelancers, who want to be a successful freelancer.

1. CamStudio This app can instantly record a screen and audio activity on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly Streaming Flash videos (SWFs) . CamStudiocomes in handy if you create tutorials, troubleshoot issues that are too complicated to explain via email, or want to show off your work to a potential client.
2. Project HQ Project HQ is a great-looking project management tool can be called Basecamp alternative. Not only does it help you manage multiple projects, include the ability to track projects, milestones, and create task lists and tasks.
3. Flow Flow is a web-based task management app. With Flow, everything relat…

About Backlinks!

While Google is so busy with the panda updates, Google+ Local and Penguin Update, the search results aren't what they used to be. For the first time ever, Google’s going to penalize website having Bad Links & OVER Optimization Issue. But Still Back links is Important for website Google organic Ranking, and this article is for How important are back links?

When setting up your website for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) on Google there are several factors you need to look at in order to obtain a high organic rank on Google. Of course, you’re content and Meta tags must represent your data with positive density percentages. Google then takes your website and performs a mathematics equation and places a numeric value on your website depending on one of the most important features, and back links.

A back link and reciprocal link are identical. They both say the same thing to the Google engine, that your site should be ranked higher in the order because other people find value in …

For Queen Elizabeth, a Google doodle of diamonds and doggies

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Queen Elizabeth graces the front page of Google today in the UK in a doodle marking her diamond jubilee, offering the rest of the world but a glimpse of the playful pop art and consumer kitsch on display here in Britain.

Scots guardsmen cupcake toppers, union jacks on toothpicks, ice queen scoops. Bunting: enough to string together the old empire. Royal photos on thimbles, spoons, tea cups, shot glasses, egg cups, tea towels – the usual tat, as the Brits say. Jubilee thongs? Yes.

Then there’s the cleverness contest surrounding the royal saying, “Keep Calm and Carry On.” Written on a women's compact: “Keep Calm and Powder On.”

Comparatively, Google’s doodle is an understated affair. The letter O’s are diamonds, symbolic of the 60th (diamond) anniversary on the throne. The E sits as a jewel in the queen’s crown. The queen appears in two-dimensional contour; her beloved corgis, however, look ready to leap off the page.

The playful riffs on ro…