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Pixel Submission in SEO

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Yes today I m talking about Pixel Submission in SEO. Have you heard this before ?

Frankly saying, I dint heard about before this post. So today I decided to search for it. This is what I got.

Pixel Submission in SEO:

There are several special sites which are offering you free or paid pixel submission for your site. That means such sites allocate some pixels of their site to post your website’s ad.

When I Google with the phrase “Free pixel ads”, I got following sites which are offering pixel submission.

http://www.pixeladlist.net/index.php?a=join
http://www.grabachat.com/
http://www.freewebpixel.com/get_pixels.php?step=2
http://www.candidclub.net/
http://www.meetbypixels.com
http://www.chaswebs.com/
http://www.pixelworldads.com
http://www.in-inter.net/
http://www.pixeladsense.com/
http://www.1-milliondollarhomepage.com/
http://unitedstatespixelads.com/
http://www.activebrits.com/get.php?gr=1
http://www.resizeimage.4u2ges.com/final.asp


How to do Pixel Submission?


(1) Choose pixels (place) where you want to put your websites ad.
(2) Fill required details like URL, Name of the link and Image
(3) That’s It you are done.

However I also try to ask some expert people in SEO about pixel submission in SEO.

One can read here what experts say about pixel Submission Here:
What is Pixel Submission in SEO?
www.geekpoint.net/seo-forum/9393-pixel-submission.html

Conclusion:

• Some say it will be link farm as whole website page will be full of links (ads) so may be Search Engines won’t like it.

• Some Say it is the technique which was used many years ago when SEO was just emerge but now a days it is not used.

Anyways that’s it for today.
Have a blasting day ahead..

Download Beer Icons for Windows XP Desktop

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How Does Google Treat Duplicate Content & What are the Penalties??

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How does Google see duplicate Content? Is there a Penalty?
Many webmasters are anxious to know the number of people who trust the rumor that Google will penalize your site for sharing content belonging to some other site.

It seems to be doing the rounds and for quite a while now, though little of it seems to be true.

Inspite of Google declaring that there was no such thing as a content duplication penalty, web surfers still believe it to be so. One has to realize that if the mighty ‘Google’ makes a statement, it surely must be true.

As far as people’s ignorance and misunderstandings are concerned, take a look at the image below. I found it at a website of an affiliate marketer trying to sell a product which promises SEO miracles. lol.


Coming back to the topic, in the case of duplicate content, the results are filtered from the search engines. However, it is indexed, so you just have to click once again to see what’s there.

This sure is capable of raising doubts, but it is necessary to keep in mind that a penalty for content duplication is just a piece of fiction.

If there are 2 sites having same content, Google will discharge one of the pages from its index, but the site does not receive a penalty. The page is dropped because it has previously been indexed on another site. However, if the site totally contains only duplicate content, then it may receive a penalty.


An example could be a blog which was noticed a while back – it had nothing but duplicate content. It possessed a type of script setup to take Rss feeds from sites like yahoo and convert them into its own pages. The owner had about 200,000 pages of copied content indexed with Google. However, this was shortlived as Google detected the site and scrapped it from the index. This actually meant that Google banned the site. All the pages was removed from Google’s index, and even a search for the domain name didn’t return anything.

It has been observed that many a time, someone might purchase a database with 1,000 articles on it and use it to start their site, but such a database has been used so often that Google will not index the newer sites.

DoFollow: Best Way of Link Building

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Till now we have learnt different types of Submission Process, Optimization tactics, How to monetize the Traffic, Keyword research and many more. Now we are going to learn how to achieve an effective result by making best use of all these tactics. First of all we have to take a decision regarding selection of a web browser which can prove helpful for undertaking various SEO process. Hope Mozilla fire fox is one of the best available web browsers which provide all the necessary plug-in to undertake the process as an ease. Today I am going to talk about one such plug-in which will prove helpful to bifurcate between do follow link and No do follow link. Hope many of them will be already well-known with such attribute but some might be there who have just entered the field and are unknown about it then for them I will explain it in details what is meant by Do follow link and No do follow link and how they plays an important role in optimization process.

When you have a link on a certain page (an inbound link or a link that points to your own site) that is designed to accommodate do follow links (i.e. no do follow attribute has been dis activated), that page contributes for your site reputation in the eyes of search engines. In other words, you will benefit also when search engines find your page linked to other site which is considered to be reputable. That page gives value to your page through the do follow link you have. In nullshet do follow link passes the link juice while no do follow doesn't passes any such link juice. So, now the question arise how to determine whether a link is a do follow or no do follow?

To tell the spiders to crawl a link, you don’t have to do anything. Simply using the normal format of href can do, the search engine spiders will crawl the link provided. To tell the spiders to NOT crawl a link, you need to add the following code to the HTML code above:
rel="nofollow"

It would then look like:

Search Engine Optimization

Basically, there is no true “do follow”, it is just NOT using the “nofollow” tag. Too simple

To determine do follow links is quite simple. All you need to know is to scan through the source code of the page you are trying to check (right click on the page and then go to 'page source') alternatively, you can also find the source code on the 'view' menu. If you find 'no follow' as mentioned above then, it's obvious that page is programmed to have 'no follow' links. That means, that page does not contribute for your site reputation whenever a certain reader of that page clicks the link pointing to your site. Now, you might be asking now if there is other way to check it because it is quite time consuming to check if the page has multiple links. Yes there is. The idea I discussed above is ideally applicable on pages having just a number of links. But, if you are to check multiple links (let us say, what if the page has 50 links and you need to check all of them?). There is a better way to check multiple links (quick and easy) and that is by using the Fire fox 'No Do Follow' plug-in. So, check your Fire fox browser if the plug-in is already installed. If not, you can download it from here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5687
All you need to do during checking using this tool is to go to the page you want to check, right-click on it and enable the 'No Do Follow' option. When done, links on pages are highlighted by two possible color which determine whether the links are do follow or not (highlighted in blue are do follow links; no follow, otherwise). As every one of us know that Our big brother Google considers inbound link as one of the factor to determine page rank and it is clear from these discussion that only do follow link will contribute to pass some link juice So instead of concentrating on each types of link Concentrating on do follow link can benefit you in terms of Good Page rank.

People Shaping the Way We Look Internet and Technology Today

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Top 15 People Who Changed the Internet
These are personalities that pioneered some of the most popular and widely used properties on the web.

The list mostly cited people who owns the top internet companies today which includes:

1. Larry Page and Sergey Brin (Google Inc.)
2. Sir Tim Berners-Lee (Created World Wide Web)
3. Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook)
4. Shawn Fanning (Napster, Rupture)
5. Kevin Rose (Digg, Revision3, Pownce)
6. Matt Mullenweg (WordPress, Automattic)
7. Bram Cohen (BitTorrent)
8. Pierre Omidyar (eBay, Omidyar Networks)
9. Mike Morhaime (Blizzard Entertainment – World of Warcraft)
10. Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia)
11. Craig Newmark (Craigslist)
12. Chad Hurley and Steve Chen (YouTube)
13. David Filo and Jerry Yang (Yahoo! Inc)
14. Jack Ma (Alibaba)
15. Jeff Preston Bezos (Amazon)

While I do not completely agree with the top 15 in the list, I think several other people deserve a spot in there:

Bill Gates (Microsoft) – mainly because of Internet Explorer. Let’s admit it, if it were not for the IE browser, we would still be paying for Netscape Navigator until today.
Steve Jobs (Apple) – though Apple is mostly a software/hardware company, iTunes proved that selling digital music online can be bigger than CD singles.
Jarkko Oikarinen (IRC) – he invented the Internet Relay Chat Protocol, a service that’s basically a Web 1.0 epitome of MySpace/Friendster/Facebook + Napster in the 90s.

Who else do you think deserves to be in the list?