Best Of The Web – Science & Technology Posts and Articles Of Year 2008

Science and Technology are responsible for the healthy and luxurious lives we lead, and so are very important for us. I found many posts interesting last year and wanted to share the best with you. Science and Technology is very broad topic so I broke them into sub categories to make it easier for my

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How to go From Zero to 379,518 Page Views In One Month

I knew social media can give immense amount of traffic, but didn’t know the power of it until I got to see the results on my own. One of our clients (obviously I can’t disclose their identity) started with us as a start up. We were honored to work with them as they are backed

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Now Even Google Giving Away Free SEO Starter Guide

Google’s Webmaster Central now gives an SEO starter guide. A really basic and simple guide but yet very useful and more over a trust from the Google itself. Main Points Covering The SEO Guide: 1. Difference between organic and paid search results. 2. Advice on writing unique page titles. 3. Use of meta=”description” tag. 4.

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An Honor Feeling Being Compared to Andy Hagans

Who doesn’t know about Andy Hagans, one of the well know link baiter in the industry and being compared to him would be anyone’s dream come true (and perhaps I have a certain dream.) One of the fellow bloggers added me on Gtalk (mpind007) and asked if I could write for his blog, and said

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Google Search Engine Results Pages Suck!

Only articles, blog posts, inner pages and very few primary domains. This index showing pages which have really high authority, like Google itself. What do we learn? Get a blog if you already haven’t got one. Blog regularly with unique content. Tag the articles. A WebmasterWorld thread is going on about it here. Looks like

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Social Community Survey

There is a survey going on to see what the social community thinks about the various social media sites. It has eight simple questions for you to answer. Hope you take out the time and take the survey. Here’s the survey link and here’s where you can discuss about it and here is the link

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Curriculum Pita – An SEO Challenge By SEOmoz

Photo by: Carlos Porto SEOmoz, one of the best place for SEOs to hang around, are seeking for an exceptional SEO to join their team. What they want from you is to rank your LinkedIn profile for “curriculum pita” without the quotes. One of my very good friends, Gab is taking part in this challenge

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My New Playground: Digital Web Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

I have been busy with loads of stuff lately. Writing for blogs like Dumb Little Man and Search Engine People, then analyzing the Digg’s recent changes. A few days ago I got a call from one of my very good friends Vaibhav Kakkar who runs a big company, named Digital Web Solutions and asked me

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Digg Recent Changes: They Just Want to Improve Their Traffic or Think to Generate Traffic Like Stumble?

A special thanks to Prashant Vikram Singh for providing his endless help to complete this article. From the past few months Digg has made many big changes, changes in their algorithm, introduction of DRE, increasing upcoming story time and now the recent banning of the diggers. These recent changes point my mind towards two things.

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Thinking Like Kevin Rose: What Does The Digg Founder Have in His Mind?

I was on a break due to some problem with my net connection and I thought I was the most luckiest person on Earth. Taking into account the recent events that has shaken the social networking world, I’m still very much alive on Digg, yes you heard it! When I got back last night, I

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