“A Day Off”
So you want the day off.
Lets take a look at what you are asking for.
There are 365 days per year available for work. There are 52 weeks per year in which you already have 2 days off per week, leaving 261 days available for work. Since you spend 16 hours each day away from work, you have used up 170 days, leaving only 91 days available. You spend 30 minutes each day on coffee break that accounts for 23 days each year, leaving only 68 days available. With a one hour lunch period each day, Read more…
No matter where you are on the web, you can stay close and share with your friends through the Facebook Toolbar. Originally launched in English for the Firefox browser, we now have released an Internet Explorer version of the toolbar and made both versions available in a total of 16 languages.
You can use the toolbar to easily visit the most common sections and applications on Facebook, including your home page, profile and Inbox. You also can see how many friend requests, Inbox message and event and group invitations you have from icons near the top of your browser, and then click to view them.
When you find an interesting news story, funny video or other content you like on the web, click the “Share” button on the toolbar to share it with your friends on your Facebook. The toolbar even gives you a quick way to upload photos to your profile.
The languages now supported are Arabic, Chinese (simple and traditional), Danish, Dutch, German, Spanish (Spain and international), French, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Swedish and Turkish. You can download the latest Facebook Toolbar for Firefox or Internet Explorer here.
The visitor blocking facilities offered by the Apache Web Server enable us to deny access to specific visitors, or allow access to specific visitors. This is extremely useful for blocking unwanted visitors, or to only allow the web site owner access to certain sections of the web site, such as an administration area.To set-up visitors restrictions and blocking, create a .htaccess file following the main instructions and guidance which includes the following text: Read more…
I’ve just had a sneak preview of the new TypePad native app for the iPhone. It’s simply stunning! I’m not talking about the current webbased version that can be found at http://i.typepad.com/, the new app is “native” which means it’s downloaded and stored on your iPhone.
It going to be made available free of charge via the new App Store that’s available on the iPhone 2.0 software due for release on July 11th 2008.
key features of the native app are speed and ease of use with an intuitive layout that’s clearly been designed by TypePad users that own an iPhone, not just a borrowed iPhone, but one that use have been using day in and day out for some time before they start work on the app.
It is certainly no secret that in order for an internet marketing business to succeed much less thrive it will need a great deal of traffic flowing to its website. This does, of course, raise questions as to how such a goal can be achieved. There are a number of ways traffic can be boosted and a high presence in the search engines is most definitely one of them. Here is a list of my top SEO techniques:
1. You need to research relevant keywords. That means you must seek to place keywords on sites that share similar content to yours. Additionally, one way links that lack reciprocal agreements are also quite helpful to the process of boosting search engine ranking. Read more…
Yahoo has a paid inclusion program called Yahoo Search Submit that allows advertisers put their site into the natural search results.
- Search Submit Basic – designed for small sites with low budgets. Up to 5 URLs.
- Search Submit Pro – for corporate level clients, with $5000 minimum to spend. It uses the classic pay-per-click model
Sites using Search Submit are usually allowed to get away with some cloaking and other shady stuff that would otherwise be punishable. Yahoo’s Search Submit program generally hurts Yahoo’s search results, because it forces Yahoo search technology to be more biased towards on-page criteria.
Yahoo also serves pay-per-click ads along with search results. PPC ads are on the top, bottom and on the right side. Yahoo crams up to 4 – 5 PPC ads on top, making their search engine less relevant and less information-focused. Read more…