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Google / What is your favorite Google Chrome extensions?
« on: February 03, 2010, 06:59:12 AM »
Hi,

I would like to know what is your favorite Google Chrome Extensions.

This is the extensions I've installed:

- AdBlock
- Clickable Links
- Google Similar Pages
- Google Preview ( to see page preview in google)
- Speed Dial (a better homepage)

*Extensions I installed recently:*

- Fbosf (I don't care button for Facebook)
- Google Reader Absolutely Compact
- Bit .ly (shorten, share, and track your links)
- Google Reader Notifier (by Google)
- Imgur the world
- RSS Subscription Extension (by Google)
- YouTube Video Download (It's a Greasemonkey Script)


Thanks for sharing your favorite extensions !

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Google / Google Chrome Releases Huge Updates
« on: January 12, 2010, 11:03:31 AM »
Seen where Google Chrome has gotten to? Now added Scripts and Addons. In addition, they have now added a COOL bookmark sync. The bookmark sync is used to take your bookmarklets where ever you go with just a Google Account. This is not the end. Firefox should site there and relax thinking they have the best browsers.

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Google / 10 SEO tools by Google
« on: January 06, 2010, 09:33:42 AM »
If you're finding some SEO tools online then here are some 10 online SEO tool by Google. Hope you'll enjoy reading this thread

Google Webmaster Tools
: It is essential to know the condition of our websites in Google. Here we can see errors Google found, as well as tips to improve the website.

Google Analytics: The main tool to control access statistics. With your data we can make decisions about what is the best strategy for publishing content.

Google Website Optimizer
: You can try different versions of your site that will be randomly displayed to visitors, allowing to obtain sufficient data for us to make decisions about design changes.

Google Zeitgeist: To view the most wanted in a given year. It helps to know the trends before starting a new project.

Google Trends: Allows you know how much or little that is sought a sentence or word in Google, allowing to compare curves between them. There are only the most popular.

Google Insights for Search: Allows you wanted to see what is a phrase or word, regardless of popularity.

Google Traffic Estimator: Made for Adwords, allows us to draw conclusions about the views that a particular word generates.

Google Keyword Tool: Also made for Adwords, we can help you choose the best words in our texts to attract more visitors.

Google Search Tool Based Keyword: Another option that allows us to find keywords on specific websites.

Google Ad Planner: For statistical profile of visitors to any website.

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Computer Forum / Browsers: brief reviews
« on: December 21, 2009, 12:27:25 PM »
I've used Firefox since the day it came out and loved it...until it started growing fatter than a Christmas turkey on steroids. Firefox jumped the shark at version 3.0.

Firefox is morbidly obese at 75MB on my hard drive (with only 6 addons and zero themes). Firefox is the new IE.
Opera is a svelte 15 MB on my hard drive and it runs like a Deere!

Click on Firefox, go make a sandwich, wash the dishes, take a leak and when you get back you're lucky if the behemoth has finally loaded.

Click on Opera and in a split second you're surfing.

Opera is the most configurable browser in existence without the need for third party addons that create a plethora of conflicts, bloat and crashes. Without the addons, Firefox is nothing more than a portly doorstop.

Opera users are tweakers and tinkerers who like getting under the engine to give the browser a bit of their own personality. Thrifty, intelligent, elegant people use Opera.

Chrome might be fast for the large beast it is, but it is minimally configurable. It doesn't even have mouse gestures for Pete's sake! Are we in the dark ages or what?

Safari is the porcine basterd love child of a company that gave us the proprietary ipod! The compressed setup file alone is 30 bovine MBs. I'd rather stick pins in my eyes than use an Apple product.

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Search Engine Optimization / Social media?
« on: December 01, 2009, 09:31:46 AM »
Is social media going to kill SEO?

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Google / Why is that google?
« on: October 07, 2009, 06:56:46 AM »
why google change its logo into bar code? why is it so? check it now

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General Marketing / Twitter - Do you use it?
« on: September 22, 2009, 11:25:35 PM »
I'm a huge twitter fan, in fact I would call my self an addict.  :)

Getting lots of traffic to my site from twitter.

I'm just intrigued to see how many people throughout the world actually do use twitter.

So my question is, do you and how it help you in internet marketing?

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General Marketing / social bookmarking websites list
« on: September 15, 2009, 11:39:46 PM »
www.delicious.com
www.slashdot.org
www.digg.com
www.multiply.com
www.dzone.com
www.blinklist.com
www.mister-wong.ru
www.mister-wong.com
www.backflip.com
www.vesti24.eu
www.pipe.bg
www.smi2.ru
www.news2.ru
www.sphinn.com
www.clipclip.org
www.searchles.com
www.indianpad.com
www.spurl.net
www.bibsonomy.org
www.bobrdobr.ru
www.memori.ru
www.linkagogo.com
www.alltagz.de
www.moemesto.ru
www.kirtsy.com
www.spotback.com
www.fcc.com
www.oyax.com
www.mylinkvault.com
www.cellphonenews2.com
www.sloger.net
www.buddymarks.com
www.myvmarks.com
www.newstube.de
www.smallbusinessbrief.com
www.toodoo.ru
www.leenks.com
www.dropjack.com
www.joomocracy.com
www.faves.com
www.sitesays.com
www.site.oslikua.com/social/
www.monrate.ru
www.chipp.ru
www.coolstreaming.us/iptv/
www.paie.cn
www.actualtopics.com
www.tabletpccounter.com
www.webmaster911.com
www.socialogs.com
www.linkarena.com
www.100zakladok.ru
www.chipmark.com
www.ho.tli.st
www.rambhai.com
www.a1-webmarks.com
www.gaddiposh.com
www.toxiclemon.co.uk
www.chaamp.com
www.sweepsgoat.com
www.feedblog.ru
www.turputevka.com
www.socialbookmarking.org
www.fav-man.de
www.koolontheweb.com
www.jackhumphrey.com/imnews/
www.easymash.com
www.iphonigg.com
www.politigg.us
www.politigg.co.uk
www.indiareporting.com
www.getigadget.com
www.demos.kubelabs.com/PHPDug/
www.gogurl.com
www.klickts.de
www.wolkenkratzer24.de
www.reddit.com
www.propeller.com
www.connotea.org
www.folkd.com
www.tumblr.com
www.mixx.com
www.furl.net
www.lieblnk.de
www.faito.ru/tags
www.the-bookmarks.com
www.betplug.com
www.th3scoop.com
www.newscola.com
www.ipopu.com
www.blogreporter.biz
www.news.r55.ru
www.hatedorloved.com
www.drugoiblog.ru
www.business-planet.net
www.realestatevoices.com
www.topstumbles.com
www.surfurls.com
www.beemylink.de
www.digitalsoul.com
www.affilimedia.com
www.b24.poel-tec.com
www.diggadgets.com
www.it-labs.cn
www.cifro-mir.cn
www.hi-news.cn
www.tagzswap.de
www.pluggos.com
www.linktagger.com
www.i-bookmark.info
www.hrustal.cn
www.news-zone.cn
www.mobile-me.cn
www.media-lenta.ru
www.upmod.net
www.dig.gr
www.laflink.com
www.expert-views.info
www.fashionablylatent.com
www.savoie-actualites.fr
www.joseluispretto.com
www.newblogs.ru
www.emodrama.com
www.url.org
www.dewfun.com
www.psychoticape.uni.cc
www.zapiz.com
www.suptoronto.com
www.feedelize.com/ca/
www.buzzingtopics.com
www.bd-khobor.com
www.seedz.org
www.addyx.com
www.tooligo.de
www.windows-software.info
www.atalhovirtual.com
www.plig.heartofthetiger.com
www.motonews.fr
www.multicheck.de
www.megite.com/discover.php
www.crnss.com
www.sharingit.co.uk
www.buzztagz.com
www.memark.info
www.bookmarksocial.info
www.fixfilm.cn
www.marlat.de
www.blogstr.net
www.booki.at
www.okenoretro.flashnukers.com/scuttle
www.twinprime.net
www.mytwopence.net
www.contentfetcher.org
www.favelicio.us
www.bookmark-one.com
www.de.digitalsoul.com
www.dizzed.com
www.blogbookmark.com
www.bookmarks.anivox.com
www.blogsvine.com
www.toxiclemon.co.uk/login.php
www.blipoo.com/
www.healthranker.com/
www.connectedy.com/

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Computer Forum / Why do u ppl think Windows 7 will be better than Vista?
« on: August 26, 2008, 03:38:55 AM »
Ok So windows Vista isn't popular as I thought it was, it seems that it has a lot of haters, ppl complaining that it uses too much Ram, Resources ( I agree) has too many problems ( I don't agree ) it doesn't support many games ( I don't agree ) but why do u think windows 7 will be any better?

I see a lot of ppl waiting for windows 7 and they are still on XP waiting & think they will just go from XP to Windows 7 & skip Vista but haven't u learnt about Microsoft yet?

When Windows 7 comes out it will use much more Ram to run all the applications u have, it will even probably not support the current CPU's we have, it will probably need at least Pentium 5, and will take years again for hardware and software manufactures to make supported drivers to run windows 7.

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Computer Forum / Best Messenger
« on: August 09, 2008, 11:23:26 AM »
Which messenger's is best.and u r using

i m using MSN & Yahoo messenger's

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Google / how to cheat Google Adsense!
« on: July 08, 2008, 11:19:05 PM »
hi all,

I found one article that is quite interesting and the topic is "how to cheat Google Adsense". But at the very beginning, I need to say that this is no way you can cheat Google to earn more money from this program. This article only gives a little joke on how to get banned by google indeed. Just read it without following the rules.
You come to this article probably thinking to find some ways to cheat Google, or to confirm whether some method you have on mind will work. Well, if you want to know how to cheat AdSense, here are the ways, focusing on the AdSense click-frauds. These covers from basic AdSense cheating techniques to the advanced class.

1. Basic clicker cheat
This is a noob. This guy knows almost nothing about web technology or network architecture. He clicks on his ads every time he has chance. It can be a few clicks to hundreds of clicks daily. Most likely he doesn’t even read the AdSense Program Policies and Terms and Conditions.

2. Proxy clicker cheat
She knows a thing or two about cookies and IP address. Or she doesn’t know, but somehow guessed that if she use the things called anonymizer, Google will not be able to trace her, because her identity is hidden. She may use anonymizer / proxy websites or specialized anonymous software like tor (The Onion Router).

3. Multiple computer clicker cheat
He knows that somehow Google will detect if the clicks are originated from his own computer. So he will try to even out origin of the clicks. He will recruit his friends, family members, relatives, neighbors, his cats, and his dogs on single mission: to click on the ads. He will also click on the AdSense ads when he is using the library computers, or his office workstation.

4. Software clicker cheat
Graduate to the next step is buyers of clickbots / click-bots. These are specialized robot software to click on AdSense ads. It will browse around your websites, clicking on the ads every few minutes. The more advanced ones will cloak the IP address too, so the website seems to be very popular worldwide. To cover the track, this clickbots will browse around the advertisers sites too while continuing its “click quest”.

5. Paid-clickers cheat
If you don’t like automated things, there is always other option for you. Just pay $50 dollars a month to the professional AdSense clickers. These are groups of highly specialized Internet surfers with office in the dark rooms in street corners of India, Pakistan, and China, helping AdSense account owner to earn good amounts of money ? before the AdSense account is disabled, that is. They will browse around your websites, clicking on the ads every few minutes. Because they use human eyes, they know which ads worth more. And to be more convincing they can click a link or two, or sign up free offers / newsletters on the advertiser sites.

6. Click-rings cheat
Network is power. So says many business gurus. Instead of taking things to their own hand, this people realize that they can join hands with those with similar goals and distribute AdSense clicks among themselves, the so called AdSense click-rings. Joining this click-ring network means that your website address will be made known to members, who will regularly browse the website and click on your AdSense ads. In exchange, you will also browse other members’ sites and click on their AdSense ads. The medium used varies. Some click-ring groups use mail-list for communications. Some are using bulletin boards/forum, Yahoo groups, or Usenet. IRC is another popular way. Slightly more complicated is specialized AdSense exchange software for collecting members website address and displaying others’ websites for clicking.

7. Other medium cheat
I have tens of thousands email address on my newsletter subscriber list. If I include AdSense ads on my newsletters, with 5% CTR, I can get a thousand clicks per one email. Not bad. Or I can pay someone to write some useful/nice/funny/cute toolbars or firefox extensions or screensavers that people can download and use for free, and display my AdSense ads there.

8. Visitor cheat
Simply putting “Visit out sponsors” or “Check out the ads above” on your website is cheating. This might not be very clear-cut cheat to some. But Google AdSense program policies has stated clearly, the only text allowed are “Advertisements” or “Sponsored List”

9. Spam cheat
This is the highest level all click-frauds, the Maestro of Fraudsters. She spams millions of emails regularly, offering to “satisfy your inner needs if you can help me check on the links on my website”. Of course, email is not the only way. What IRC and instant messaging (IM) are for, after all. She will look for unsuspecting victims, offering something too-good-to-be-true “if only they will visit the website and click on the links”.

10. Click-through-rate cheat
Whichever method(s) above used, there is one limiting condition: the CTR(click-though-rate). Any CTR that exceeds certain percentage (probably around 10%) will raise red flag in Google AdSense back room. To lower the CTR, the professional cheaters will create some pages on the same domain that attracts very high traffic. Some interesting freebies will sure do the tricks. AdSense code is pasted there, thus creating a very high page impressions. Whether or not the the ads are clicked does not matter anyway, because they are targeting low paying keyword that does not have much competition. The fake clicks are, of course, on where the big money is, the low traffic pages stuffed with high-paying keywords.


Disclaimer: I don’t say and don’t think that these methods will work. If you even need to read this article, there’s 99.999% chance you will get caught before you can even get your first paycheck. Your AdSense account will be disabled, and you get banned from ever applying for AdSense account again.

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hello.. what are the softwares you are using to keep windows vista tuned and healthy?

I use

Tuneup utilities 2008
ESET Nod 32
Diskeeper pro

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Search Engine Optimization / Reference GOOD SEO
« on: April 01, 2008, 03:44:33 AM »
hello
can anyone reference a good SEO to optimized my sites?
thank you very much

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Pay Per Click Advertising / What is Pay Per View?
« on: March 28, 2008, 12:08:17 PM »
Hi guys

Not sure if this belongs here, but I have a question:
What the heck is Pay Per View Marketing/Advertising?

There are people who claim to make thousands/hundred of thousands of $ through PPV since almost nobody knows about it/is doing it
[last one G.CH. from PayPerClick Formula = claims $50,000/mth, however supposedly he knows guys making up to $25,000/night!]

Till now I always thought Per Per View is basically Banner Advertising which pays you per display. There still are a few companies here and there who pay for this, but it's extremely low, like couple of cents! So I cannot imagine How can somebody make money with PPV using CPA offers!

Any ideas/knowledge about this?
Thanks in advance

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