April 3rd, 2010

10 Simple Techniques to Drive Traffic to Your Site

If you’re launching a new site, There are some simple things you can do when building your site that will help increase your chances of having good rank on the search result page and you get more traffic to your site. Here the top 10 techniques to drive traffic to your site

1. Write Good Content
Good contents is the best way to drive traffic to your site, give your visitors what they want.

2. Social Network
Make friend on social network like Facebook, Twitter, to keep update what’s new on your site. submit your article to Digg, Redit to get more visitor.

3. Participate at Related Forums & Blogs
Join forums that related to your site, put your link into your signature zone. Post comments on blogs that related to your site, if people like your comment, they will visit your site.

4. Tag Your Content
Make your site easier to navigate and I found that tag can help you rank well on Google.

5. Let the Professional Do
If you have no time to promote your site, let the professional do it for you is the best way. WordApe, a Seattle SEO company provides affordable and custom Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services and online marketing. On their site there’re search engine marketing articles click here to read. There is also a good article “What the Current Financial Crisis Means for Your Marketing Strategy” that you should read, read article here
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April 1st, 2010

FireFox Plugin – FastestFox For Faster Web Browsing

FastestFox makes your web surfing easier and faster. Save time by speeding up repetitive tasks. Get faster, parallelized downloads, see definitions, auto-load the next page, improve searching, and more. FastestFox will dramatically enhance your productivity!

More Info & Download FastestFox

February 14th, 2010

Why Web Developers Should Switch to Google Chrome

Nice article that I found, it’s really useful, Google chrome is a very good web browser, It’s really fast and gain more and more users everyday. The things that you may not know about Google chrome that it also has good tools for all web developers.

The article will show you what are the tools that you can use to develop the great web with Google chrome.

Why Web Developers Should Switch to Google Chrome

Link : Why Web Developers Should Switch to Google Chrome

February 14th, 2010

Easy Poster Printer – Print Large Image Size With Standard Printer

Easy Poster Printer

I really like this tool, Easy Poster Printer is a tool for print images as a big posters using a regular printer. Easy Poster Printer enables you easily to print posters of any size (max 20×20 meters). Just drag n drop your picture into the application and click print.

Easy Poster Printer also allows you to do basic image manipulations such as rotate, flip and stretch for better fit.
When you are done creating an awesome poster simply save it!

With Easy Poster Printer you can…

  • Make posters of any size (max 20×20 meters) using a regular printer (A4 for example).
  • Save your poster and share it with others.
  • Print or Preview any page at any time.
  • Load, Clear, Rotate or Flip the poster image on the fly.
  • Define your poster size in Millimeters, Centimeters, Inch or even pages.
  • Adjust the poster size using build-in snap algorithms for up or down size.
  • See your posters as thumbnails in Windows Explorer (Vista or later only).
  • Save your own custom formats for easier reproduction.
  • Make high quality posters from regular images (super resample algorithm) (150-600 DPI)
  • Use Drag n Drop for both data-files and image-files.
  • Change background color
  • Copy and Paste images directly into the poster

Link : More info & download

February 2nd, 2010

Upload Video to Multiple Video Sharing Sites in Just Once Upload

This tool is a useful tool if you want to upload video to multiple video sharing site. TubeMogul is a free service that provides a single point for deploying uploads to the top video sharing sites, and powerful analytics on who, what, and how videos are being viewed. TubeMogul tracks rich, standardized analytics far beyond “views,” including per-second audience dropoff, audience geography and much more.


January 7th, 2010

The Processes of Creating a Web App

Planning is always good when you have to do you work offline or online. If you work as a web developer, this tutorial series is right for you. I just found this good tutorial “Creating a Web App from Scratch” a tutorial series that show you the processes of creating a web application.

The articles were written by Chris Coyier from css-tricks and his friend Jason Lengstorf. These are very good articles and well explain, they show you from the basic idea to create a web app, how to design, database architecture, coding, UI, ajax, security, or even the bugs. There’re 9 processes in the series of creating a web app from scatch as list below.

The articles are good for all level of web developers not only for newbies.

Link : Creating a Web App from Scratch

Topics in the Tutorial Series

The Processes of Creating a Web App

November 18th, 2009

Teach Yourself How to Code

Lifehacker post an article on their website “Teach Yourself How to Code” a beginner’s guide how to start to code for web, software development, mobile phone or others. If you have no idea how to start to code you should read this article.


Teach Yourself How to Code

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October 2nd, 2009

FireFox Tip : Delete Just One Visited Site From History

When you visited some websites and you want to delete some them or just one of them out of your Firefox’s history page without clearing all the cache of your Firefox.

In this video, from Tekzilla Daily will show you a nice little tricks for you to remove one particular website from your history.

September 7th, 2009

10 Tips to Avoid Malwares Attack Your Websites

This is a nightmare of all webmasters, when your website or blog get attack by malware and Google showed a message in a search result page that your website is dangerous. Not only you lose your visitors but Google will drop your rank on search result page too.

Some of my friends told me that their blogs were attack by malware because a crack version of FTP software. I found this really useful 10 tips to avoid malwares attack your website such as check your site’s reputation at McAfee SiteAdvisor, register your site with Google Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster Center and more… you can see all the tips from the link below.

10 Tips to Avoid Malwares Attack Your Websites

Link : 10 Tips to Avoid Malwares Attack Your Websites

April 27th, 2009

Build Your Own Home Server, or Buy?

If you’re look for a good home server, this video is right for you. There are big benefits to having a Windows Home Server. But should you build one, or buy? We put the HP MediaSmart Server up against our DIY master builders – with surprising results.