Tip to get the 10 rank in search engine

Page rank is indicator that your website is high traffic, more visitor, and health. It's gave to website owner more benefits and advantages for their business in internet. Why,because if the traffic level is high and visitor coming across their website will be reflect to get more reward and revenue even it's not number one. webmaster try to make Tips and Tricks in order to get their website to be number at least 10 rank in the search engine and surely it's needed much effort and time to build website to become 10 rank in the search engine. If you new publisher I think need several months till year to reach the best Page Rank, but don't worry here you will be learn more about Tips and Tricks in order to get your page rank faster.

Tips and Trick to Build speed to your Page Rank
  • Submit to many search engine.
  • Submit to many directories free or paid.
  • Learn about SEO.
  • Do Exchange link to many website, or you can buy link exchange.
  • frequently post with good Key word.
  • Use Top Key Word Tool.
  • Doing the right content in your post.
  • Make your title short and easy to search engine crawl.
  • Dont't do total copy paste (except the author was permitted) articles either illegal copy. right or make search engine conscious to crawl your articles.
  • Post with the fresh article.
  • Join and active to many community groups.
  • Email marketing but don't spamming.
  • Tell to your friend via chatting,sms,or direct communication but this is is not effective.
  • Exchange link with the top website page rank.
  • Up Date your website in order to be fresh display or content.
  • Promote your website by affiliate programs or adword.


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Posted by maruf hadi, Wednesday, June 13, 2007 7:02 AM | 0 comments |

Major Search Engine

Do you ever think before found any search engine in the internet, how to get quick informations what do you want to looking for, I think we face many difficulty access to looking new informations, because there is no search engine will help you to find out your browsing, so you can not find anything with quickly. Well, we have to thank to God (Allah SWT), that inspired to Larry Page and Sergey Brin who called BackRub who had been created search engine sponsored by Stanford University Project, lately in 1998 the name had been changed to Google, and the project jumped off campus become the private company the name is "Google" ( quoited from http://searchenginewatch.com).

There are so many search engine after Google, so we can find out more informations as well as we like, choices what are search engine do you like, but till now Google is still on the Top Position from all search engine and than following by Yahoo and the next is Ask Jeeves.

The list below of search engines are all excellent when you start to looking any information, choices what do you want to do, and getting new experiences with the other search engine, but the list below is not according to the rank,because some time the rank is changed

  1. Google,
    Free Submit
  2. Yahoo,
    Free Submit
  3. Ask Jeeves,
    Submit
  4. AllTheWeb.com Powered By Yahoo
    Free Submit
  5. Aol Search (internal),
    Aol Search (external)
  6. HotBot
  7. Teoma
  8. AltaVista Powered by Yahoo
    Free Submit
  9. Gigablast
    Free Submit
  10. LookSmart
  11. Lycos
  12. MSN SearchPowered By MSN and Yahoo
    Free Submit
  13. Netscape SearchPowered By Google
    Free Submit
  14. Open Directory
  15. Wisenut Powered By Look Smart
    Free Submit
  16. Snap.com Portions powered by: Gigablast, Smarter.com, SimplyHired.com, X1 Technologies, Inc. and Enhanced by Ask.com
    Submit
According to search engine by rank, it is list of search engine that got position from top to following next position, even though , the position may be change without any notice previously:
Top 3 Search Engines in United States (the major) by rank ( quoited from http://www.seoconsultants.com/search-engines/):
  1. Google
  2. Yahoo- powered by Yahoo
  3. MSN Search- powered By MSN and Yahoo! Site Match
Alphabetical Listing of 2nd the tier search engines:
  1. AltaVista-powered by Yahoo
  2. Aol NetFind-powered by Google
  3. Ask-powered Ask search engine (formely Teoma)
  4. Fast (AllTheWeb)-powered by Yahoo
  5. GigaBlast
  6. Netscape Search-Powered by Google
  7. Snap.com-Portions powered by: Gigablast, Smarter.com, SimplyHired.com, X1 Technologies, Inc. and Enhanced by Ask.com
  8. Wisenut-powered by LookSmart
Sources from:
  1. http://searchenginewatch.com/showPage.html?page=2156221
  2. http://www.seoconsultants.com/search-engines/


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Posted by maruf hadi, Saturday, May 19, 2007 5:33 AM | 0 comments |

What is the Web Browser?

Do you usually using internet activity every day, what are you looking for?,Chatting, Reading News, Business On-line,Learning On-Line, Play games, Download software, Distance Learning or whatever you do. In these condition above you have been found many site that you need by browsing , so what is the Web Browser it,s self?

A web browser is a software application that enables a user to display and interact with text, images, video and other information typically located on a web page at a website on the World Wide Web or a local area network indeed the modern browsers can present multimedia information, including sound and video, through they require plug-ins for some formats.Text and images on a web page can contain hyperlinks to other web pages at the same or different website. Web browsers allow a user to quickly and easily access information provided on many web pages at many websites by traversing these links. Web browsers format HTML information for display, so the appearance of a web page may differ between browsers.

Some of the web browsers available for personal computers include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Netscape in order of descending popularity .
Web browsers are the most commonly used type of HTTP user agent. Although browsers are typically used to access the World Wide Web, they can also be used to access information provided by web servers in private networks or content in file systems.

Web browsers communicate with web servers primarily using HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) to fetch webpages. HTTP allows web browsers to submit information to web servers as well as fetch web pages from them. The most commonly used HTTP is HTTP/1.1, which is fully defined in RFC 2616. HTTP/1.1 has its own required standards that Internet Explorer does not fully support, but most other current-generation web browsers do.

Pages are located by means of a URL (uniform resource locator, RFC 1738 ), which is treated as an address, beginning with http: for HTTP access. Many browsers also support a variety of other URL types and their corresponding protocols, such as gopher: for Gopher (a hierarchical hyperlinking protocol), ftp: for FTP (file transfer protocol), rtsp: for RTSP (real-time streaming protocol), and https: for HTTPS (an SSL encrypted version of HTTP).

The file format for a web page is usually HTML (hyper-text markup language) and is identified in the HTTP protocol using a MIME content type. Most browsers natively support a variety of formats in addition to HTML, such as the JPEG, PNG and GIF image formats, and can be extended to support more through the use of plugins. The combination of HTTP content type and URL protocol specification allows web page designers to embed images, animations, video, sound, and streaming media into a web page, or to make them accessible through the web page.

Early web browsers supported only a very simple version of HTML. The rapid development of proprietary web browsers led to the development of non-standard dialects of HTML, leading to problems with Web interoperability. Modern web browsers support a combination of standards- and defacto-based HTML and XHTML, which should display in the same way across all browsers. No browser fully supports HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.x or CSS 2.1 yet. Currently many sites are designed using WYSIWYG HTML generation programs such as Macromedia Dreamweaver or Microsoft FrontPage. These often generate non-standard HTML by default, hindering the work of the W3C in developing standards, specifically with XHTML and CSS (cascading style sheets, used for page layout).

Some of the more popular browsers include additional components to support Usenet news, IRC (Internet relay chat), and e-mail. Protocols supported may include NNTP (network news transfer protocol), SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol), IMAP (Internet message access protocol), and POP (post office protocol). These browsers are often referred to as Internet suites or application suites rather than merely web browsers.

sources: From Wikipedia


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