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Google Search Result Page

By on February 24, 2009

google-logo1Google Result page is one of the world highest page view webpage every single day. But are you really understand and know every single component and information appear on the page?


Google result page is actualy filled up with the information and links which is relate to the search query that you enter at the search text box.




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The result page is actually contain Google Logo, Statistics Bar, Tips, Search results, Page title, Snippets, URL of result, size of the text portion of the web page, Date, Indented Result, More result and more.


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Google AdSense official blog had announce that now the site owner can customize the font face for Google AdSense ad unit. This is a great news for all of the webmaster because now you have more flexibility when you design the ad to be place in your website.



“However, you can also select custom font faces for specific ad units that you’ve created with the Manage Ads feature. When creating new ad units, you’ll be prompted to select between the default ‘Standard AdSense font family’, your new account-wide font face (if you’ve selected one), or another font face. You can also change the appearance of existing ad units, by visiting the Manage Ads page of your account and updating your font choices for specific ad units. Once you’ve changed the font face of an ad unit away from the default, those selections will be maintained even if you change your account-wide settings later.”


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What is bounce rate to do with SEO?

By on February 22, 2009

bounce-rateAccording to Google, the bounce rate is the percentage of single-page visits at your website and the visitor left your site from the entrace page without contribue any single click.


Google is using this metric to measure the visit quality. The higher bounce rate generally indicated that the site entrace page aren’t relevant to your visitor. So the more relavent your page content with the keyword, you may keep them to stay at your page with a longer time.


What to do with the Bounce Rate with Google Ranking?


From the Google defination, Google actually look at the bounce rate very seriously when they are ranking your page.So if you page contain the keyword with the high bounce rate, Google will lower your page ranking for that particular keyword. This is because your page content is none related to that particular keyword.


On average, the bounce rate around 50% is consider normal.


How to reduce the bounce rate?

The bounce rate is a value helping you to measure the quality of your website traffic. By analyzing the bounce rate (using the free tools such as Google Analytics), you are able to to fix the problem of your web pages and ultimately increase your website traffic.


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google-adsense-logoI believe every blogger, webmaster working so hard to design, add content for their website is to increase the traffic and indirectly you may increase your earning from the ad agency such as Google Adsense.



Now you have a easy and faster way to increase your Google Adsense earning in a very easy way and you can get it less than 10 seconds.


Not believe me? Check out my Google Adsense page


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google-alert-logoGoogle Alert are email/feed update of the latest relevant Google results either news, web, blogs, video or groups. Google alert will send you an email based on your choice of the query topic.



Some handy uses of Google Alerts include:

  • Monitoring a news story
  • Keeping current on the competitor or industry
  • Getting the latest celebrity or event
  • Keeping tabs on your favorite sports teams
  • Generating idea from the latest update for your blog


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Multiple Inboxes in Gmail

By on February 7, 2009

gmail-logoIf you has use Gmail everyday and checking your Gmail is a important task for you. Then you may faced a lot of problem trying to multitask your email checking process by viewing more then one panes in difference browser window to read or reply your message.


If you are facing this problem, then the new features that launched by Gmail Labs will help you to solve this problem. The new launched features is called “Multiple Inboxes”.


Multiple Inboxes allow to you view multiple label in difference panes at the same time. As a result, you can have the quick view for your important labels such as Starred, draft, or your custom lebel at the same time.


How to enable this features?


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Gmail offline beta

By on February 4, 2009

google-labs-logoGoogle Labs has just releasing the new experimental features that help the user to enhance the usage of Gmail experience. Thanks for the Google Gears, there are a lot of Google features supporting for the offline mode.


The new release beta “Offline Gmail” are available for the Gmail user to test it out. Now you may access your Gmail while you are not connected to the Internet.


Once you turn on this feature, Gmail uses Gears to download a local cache of your mail. As long as you’re connected to the network, that cache is synchronized with Gmail’s servers.


When not connected to the Internet, you can simply point your browser to gmail.com and have access to your emails and be able to edit, read, and even write emails but they will not send until the user connects back to the Internet.



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Google Reader LogoYou may get a lot of RSS reader if you sear on the Internet. Some of them is the online version of reader, some of the is offline version where you need to install it in your computer then download the feed from the source. There is a pro and con for every single RSS reader, some may like it, some may not.


But for my personally, I stick to the Google Reader since the pass one year after I try out a lot of other feed reader no matter is online or offline. Google Reader is a online version of feed reader, but thanks for the Google Gear, now you may also read your feed while you are not connected to the internet without install any additional software in your computer. (You still need the connection to the Internet to refresh and the feed and store it in your local computer) 


The look and feel for the Google Reader as same as other Google Application such as Google Doc or Google Mail. You may view or managed all your feed subscription at the left panel while the right panel will display your feed content. 


You may view the feed content either in the list view (just the feed title) or the detail view. You may also share your subscription with your friend or discover what your friend are viewing or sharing.


You may discover more interesting features on google reader at http://reader.google.com


Google Reader old interface Screenshot

Google Reader old interface Screenshot


Google Reader new interface Screenshot

Google Reader new interface Screenshot



Google SEO ebook

By on January 11, 2009

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There are a lot of tools either is free or paid to help you to increase your site traffic, one of the important is the SEO. The search engine giant – Google do provide us a lot of tools for free such as Google Webmaster to help us to increase our site traffic by bringing in the web user from the search engine.


But are you really understand how actually the search engine actually work and how to increase your ranking in the search result page? This e-book i get from one of the tech blog in Internet where this e-book named as  “Marking the Most of Your Content”.


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Google change the favicon

By on January 11, 2009

google-favicon-2009Google has changed their favicon on 9 Jan 2009. I just found out it today after I came back from my Genting highland trip. They actually changed it once before in June 2008, now again they change it to the new one. You may found out the new favicon will appear on your address bar, tab and the title bar of the browser.

 

The favicon is actualy choosen from the Google favicon contest. The latest icon is from a contestor name André Resende. He is a computer science undergraduate student at the University of Campinas in Brazil, submitted the design that inspired Google new favicon. His placement of a white ‘g’ on a color-blocked background was highly recognizable and attractive, while seeming to capture the essence of Google.

 

But the final favicon is slightly difference from the original design by André Resende. Google has change the layout slightly and moved the ‘g’ off center.

 
The new design consists of four color areas – blue, red, green and yellow – overlaid by a lowercase white “g”.
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