Tuesday, 24 July 2012

ping your site to get more traffic

this is a tutorial prepare on getting more traffic to your blog,  their is many way you can ping your site to get more traffic but i think this can also help in increasing your blog traffic now visit

visit www.totalping.com
 screenshot below

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feel all the box that the screenshot below thanks for visiting and click on make ping you are good to go...
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Thursday, 19 July 2012

How to add Transparent Fixed Follow On Twitter Badge To Blogger

wow this post i have an awesome fully transparent Follow on Twitter image i know you will love.The image has the Twitter bird on a branch with a small Follow Us On Twitter board Below.The image will really catch the eye of visitors to your blog and get more people following your blogs updates on Twitter.We will add the image to the right side of your blog and as i said it will stay fixed in position as the reader scrolls.Lets look at the screenshot or see the live demo at right side of this post.

  • Go to blogger--->Layout--->Add a gadget
  • Choose HTML/Javascript from the list
  • Copy and paste code below into it
<a href='http://gj37765.blogspot.in'><img alt='Tips Tricks And Tutorials' src='http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_rKG-ziTSNUQ/TQ5eV0U0EiI/AAAAAAAACik/xo2eFaDbfrE/s1600/best+blogger+tips.png'/></a><div style='position: fixed; bottom: 20%; right: 0%;'/><a href="http://www.twitter.com/iam_olantino" target="_blank"><img src="http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Ej0MZ2lS_6s/T_mtHYrhYlI/AAAAAAAADbU/_h842Kjh_uI/s1600/%5Bwww.gj37765.blogspot.com%5Dfollow+on+twitter+float.png" /></a></div><a href="http://gj37765.blogspot.in" target="_blank">Fixed Twitter Gadget</a>

change the twitter id to urs iam_olantino ...

With the code in place save the gadget and your Follow us on twitter image will be fixed on the side of your blog.I'm sure this will help you get more Twitter followers following your Blogs
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Saturday, 14 July 2012

Top 7 Blogging Tips to Increase Traffic to you Blog Posts

7295036434 08f3f82560 Top 7 Blogging Tips to Increase Traffic to you Blog Posts
  1. Update your profile. Before you start posting on your blog, make sure that you have an updated profile. Include information that you want to share with your readers, your background and the like. Providing this information will help you gain your readers’ trust and will help in establishing a better relationship with them.
  2. Use catchy phrases for your Post Title and opening paragraphs. In order to attract readers to check out your post, you have to use catchy titles that will attract the attention of your viewers. The first few paragraphs should also be interesting to make your viewers read your post till the end.
  3. Write relevant topics that will be helpful to your readers. Your readers will keep coming back to your blog if you publish important information that they may find useful. You can post current news and trends, how tos, tips and tricks and more where your readers can gain valuable knowledge from.
  4. Add images and videos to your post. Attractive pictures and videos can add to the interest of your readers and will help convey the message of your post better.
  5. Interact with other bloggers in the same niche. Subscribe to the RSS feeds or sign up to email subscription of other blogs in the same category as your site and leave meaningful comments. By doing this, you are making yourself known in the blogsphere and can help connect to other bloggers, which in turn, will visit your site and leave comments on your post.
  6. Try Guest Posting. Guest posting is one link building strategy that can help drive traffic to your site. In guest posting, you contact other blog owners in the same niche to post an article, your guest post, in exchange to a link to your site. Doing this is one way of expanding your readership as you are promoting your site to readers of other blogs with the same niche as yours.
  7. Add social media links to your post. Links for Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Google+ and more can be added to each of your post so your readers can easily share the article in these various social networking sites just by clicking the link. This will even expand your readership, as we all know how powerful social media is in promoting a site and reaching larger audience.
Following the tips mentioned above is a sure way to fire up traffic to your posts and will ultimately help in improving the ranking of your blog or site.

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Friday, 13 July 2012

how to add a site map table to your blog


  1. <span style="font-family: 'Courier New', Courier, monospace;"><script src="http://francel200.xtgem.com/bloggerwidgets/sitemaptable.js">  
  2. </script>  
  3. <script src="http://olantinowap.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default?max-results=9999&alt=json-in-script&callback=loadtoc">  
  4. </script></span> 
Heres How?
  • Log in to your Blogger Account.
  • Go to Dashboard
  • Then Posting > Edit Pages > New Page 
  • Then Publish see your sitemap link in your Pages.

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Monday, 9 July 2012

Keyword Search Optimization Advice For Bloggers

if you’re blogging then you will almost certainly have heard about keyword search optimization. There are many ways to get traffic to your blog, but the best free method is to appear in the search engines for relevant keywords. Searchers will then click through to your blog to find what you’re looking for.
Although the search engines may include your site in results when you take advantage of keyword search optimization or not, you can give them a helping hand. By doing keyword research, finding highly searched keywords, and then using them appropriately in your content, you can make sure that the search engines rank you higher for these terms.
Keyword Density
 When writing using keywords, the number of times you include a given keyword throughout the content is known as “keyword density”. For example, if your blog post is 400 words long and contains 4 instances of the keyword, this means that you’ve got a 1% keyword density (one instance of the keyword per 100 words). There is debate about how much you should use the keywords, but it’s often recommended you use them at least once per 100 words.
Where you use the keywords is also important. You should include them:
* At the beginning of the title,
* Within the first sentence,
* Within the last sentence,
* And spread through the article body.
 Keep It Natural
 Although keyword search optimization is an important strategy for many bloggers, it’s also important to sound natural. After all, it’s not just the search engines looking at your content – there are real human readers too! And they’re likely to be turned off if it sounds like you’ve just stuffed in your keyword as many times as possible.
This is why it’s important to work on writing a good blog post first, and worry about the keywords you’re including second. No matter how well you’ve incorporated keyword search optimization into your article, your site isn’t going to do well unless you can keep readers interested with well crafted, interesting content that’s written with their needs in mind.
Too Many Keywords Can Have The Opposite Effect
 Although we all know that it’s useful to include keywords in your blog posts, including too many can even turn the search engines off. The giants like Google are well aware that bloggers and internet marketers are trying to improve their rankings with methods like this, so they won’t reward you for taking shortcuts and stuffing your content with too many keywords. If they did, it would be too easy for low quality rankings to get to the top of the rankings.
Keywords Aren’t Everything
 Following on from the point above, it’s important to realize that Google is looking at a lot more than just keywords to rank your site. It takes into account who links back to your site, how you link to your own pages, how well your site is laid out and, importantly, whether your website actually delivers the information your visitors are searching for.
Keyword search optimization is definitely something you should be incorporating into your blog posts if you want to take advantage of free search engine traffic. However, it’s also important to work on the quality of your blog. The visitors will follow. 


Top 6 Tips For Driving Traffic To Your Blog

Blogging is very effective in attracting large volumes of traffic. However, if you really want to drive huge volumes of traffic to your blog, you will need to do more than just blogging.

This article outlines the top seven secrets for driving traffic to your blog.
  1. Create high quality content that is rich with your keywords and phrases. This brings two main benefits. First, high quality and useful content will keep your website’s visitors interested and they will visit your blog on a regular basis and will buy the products you sell on your website. Second, fresh content with your key words will improve your search engine ranking which brings traffic to your blog and website.
  2. Optimizing your titles for search engines is also an effective way of driving traffic to your website. You will need to optimize your blogs titles and use all the keywords or phrases which people use while looking for information on the internet. This will make your website visible on search engines, and your website will also rank high for all your keywords, driving traffic to your website.
  3. Use email marketing with your blog. This is an effective way of bringing readers back to your blog as well as to create a list. Having your own list is important because you can sell your products and services to your list. By using an auto responder, you can send emails to your list about updates to your blog, hence driving traffic to your blog.
  4. Social book marking is yet another powerful way to drive traffic to your blog. If you rank high on some of the most popular social book marking sites, you can drive large volumes of traffic to your website.
  5. RSS feed for blog traffic. RSS feed is another way you can use to keep people coming back to your blog because after people subscribe to read your RSS feed, they will get updates continuously. This means that you will be bringing readers back to your blog every time you make a new blog post.
  6. You can use some of your blog posts and covert them into articles. All you have to do is to add more content to your blog posts if necessary, add a catchy article heading and convert it into an article. Writing and submitting articles is one of the most excellent strategies for traffic generation.
These six strategies can significantly increase the volume of traffic to your website and blog.
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Thursday, 5 July 2012

Opera Mobile 12 hits Android, Symbian, Opera Mini 7 for iOS

Opera has released a major update to is web browser for Android and Symbian, as well as a minor update to its iOS web browser.
Opera Mobile 12
Opera Mobile 12 for Android and Symbian includes a wide range of support for improved HTML5 features, with the Android version getting the lion’s share of new features.
Among other things, Opera Mobile 12 for Android can now allow websites to access your phone or tablet camera, recognize device orientation, beam content using Android Beam on devices with NFC technology. There’s also now support for Adobe Flash content on devices with Android 4.0.3.
You can also create “speed dial” pages with bookmarks to more than 9 websites.
The company has also released a series of demos to show off the new HTML5-friendly features, and an Opera Mobile Emulator that lets developers emulate the Opera Mobile web browser experience in a desktop app so they can test websites to see how they would perform without using a phone.
Right now the tool lets you emulate Opera Mobile 11.5, but an Opera Mobile 12 emulator is due out soon.
The latest Opera browser for iOS is Opera Mini 7 for the iPhone or iPad. The new version adds support for more than 9 speed dials, dictionary support, and the ability to upload files.

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new andriod 4.1 with new features

Recently Google confirmed that Android Jelly Bean is indeed on its way, adding new features and debuting alongside the new Nexus 7 tablet. The new OS version is set to arrive first with the Nexus 7, and will start to show up as an update on older handsets this July. So what exactly is different this time around?
One of the biggest changes is “Project Butter”, a new processing framework that is supposed to provide a smoother and more responsive experience out of Android. When a user touches on the screen, the new framework will make predictions such as where the user will tap next, pre-loading the action, which will save time and result in a seemingly faster experience. Jellybean also will deliver extra CPUS power when the screen is active, and tune it down when it is not- which should see an improvement in battery life.
Other features include an improved notification system, moving notifications away from an icon with a few lines of text, now allowing full-expanding notifications and removing the need to pen the application just to read a text or email. You can also respond to notifications without leaving the home screen.
Probably one of the most compelling changes though is Google Now. Think of it as Siri for Android, this new Voice Search application is both a search tool and a personal assistant that can answer common questions. Even more interestingly, is that Google Now will actually research and learn basic questions before you actually ask them, so it can respond to you much quicker. What do I mean by that? When you wake up, it will already have gathered information about what the weather is like, or if you are driving somewhere that it ‘knows’ has traffic congestion problems, it will alert you ahead of time.
While Jellybean (4.1) might not be as big of a jump as from 2.x to 4.0, or from 3.x to 4.0, it is still a worthy upgrade that has plenty of interesting features to add. Not only does it add better notifications, accessibility options, and Google Now, it also is much more optimized than Ice Cream Sandwich, which results in a much faster overall experience.

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Monday, 2 July 2012

Add Description to images for more blog traffic

Images are very essential thing for every post of your blog, and they'll attract your blog's visitors and forces them to read the article, likewise do you ever thought of adding search description for images ? , it will bring more traffic for your blog via images search in search engines. So I'm going to share this interesting thing, on how to add search description for images.This is a very simple trick but, It'll surely increases your blog's traffic.As Images, play an important role in increasing your blog's traffic, it is must to add at-least a single image in your post.
Search description for images
Adding Search Description to Images
I strongly recommend to use Flickr, for this trick. And here is the tutorial
  • First Login to Flickr or if you don't have an account then create an account
  • Upload the image into Flickr, which you want to use it for your Post
  • And Edit the Title [ Name of the Image ] of the image and add the description to that image
  • Then Save it and upload the image to Flickr
  • And then Download that Image from Flickr to your PC, and the insert it into the Post

How it Works ?

Then, after publishing you article, after an hour search the image that you inserted into the post with the title of your image. There you can find the image that you inserted in your article, with the Description that you entered in Flickr. Want to see the search description's demo in live action ?, Have look below image, of SEOMOZ
SEOMOZ blog's image description
 I too use Flickr, for adding Search description to images, and I'm getting 56 visits for my blog per day via Google image search results. I hope you too will be using this trick to add search description to your images. And in WordPress there are some Plugins to add search description for images, for those they'll not work out this trick, as they already have an plugin for search description, But sometimes It doesn't works , So it is good to add Search description to images in Flickr and as well as in WordPress.

An Important Note:
Search engines [ Image search engines or Like Google image search results ] always rank your images based on the quality of your article and Length of your article, and Popularity of your blog. And an another point, is try to add at-least a single image in your post, as I already mentioned above, it will attract your readers and forces them to click the post title and read the post from your blog's homepage. This is just an normal advice, it is up to you, whether to follow or not.

I Hope this tutorial will be helpful!

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YouTube App / Widget for Mobile Phones w/ Handler

this is a new youtube widget for mobile phones it cool and nice to use.......
YouTube App/Widget






tried and tested in s40, s60, and sony erickson.

The YouTube for Mobile is a simple application to watch YouTube videos on your phone .
You can search for videos and upload your own straight to YouTube using a free, downloadable application designed specifically for mobile devices.


* Access the latest, the best and the most viewed videos.

* Search and watch any YouTube videos.

* Watch your subscriptions, playlists and favorite videos any time.

* Upload videos directly from your mobile phone.

Download Here

Youtube v1.4.7.jar for Nokia

Youtube v.1.4.7.jar for Sony Erickson

Youtube App Handler