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    July 2011

    Facebook Announces Video Chat and More

    July 6, 2011
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    It’s happened, ladies and gentlemen and geeks!! Few days ago we told you that Facebook is going to launch video chat using Skype’s services and as I write this it’s already gone live. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg just announced the next big thing on Facebook, the Video Chat feature at an event in Palo Alto. This is a real awesome feature at the moment that’s really going to change how things happen at Facebook. Instead of ...

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    How to Add Google Profile Button into your Blog

    July 6, 2011
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    Google+ is still creating a buzz after one week of release and as a webmaster we are finding how useful it’s going to be for traffic and for SEO. Though we know that Google +1 Like will be very useful if you have a big social circle. So, it’s quite important to have a great number of followers on Google+ too. We will discus various SEO benefit of Google+ in upcoming posts but for now, ...

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    How to Prepare for a Blog Emergency?

    July 5, 2011
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    We’ve all heard about what’s happened and is still going on over in Japan. It’s got to be a nightmare for the people and the families of those who live there. I’m not going to point any fingers and say they should have been better prepared, because in any disaster, you really can’t prepare 100% for it because you don’t know what will happen exactly. But we can take some pointers from the aftermath of ...

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    How To Generate traffic To Your Small Business Website

    July 4, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Adarsh. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our Guest posting guidelines. Most small business owners are plagued by the issue of not having enough readers for their website. Here are two simple strategies for generating traffic to your site. Article Marketing to Generate Traffic Article marketing, is one of the most popular ways of promoting a local business website and increasing its traffic. It is a ...

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    Google Blocked Co.CC Domains from Search Results

    July 4, 2011
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    In an unpredictable move Google deindexed and blocked all Co.cc domains and sub domains. Co.cc domain is quite popular among BlogSpot bloggers and many of them are using it as a custom domain. Even Co.cc could be used for Adsense approval but now this won’t even work. Co.cc is a bulk free sub domain provider and in last couple of years, it’s heavily been used for spamming, adsense for parked domain and spam sites. As ...

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    Facebook Video Chat To be Launched Next Week

    July 2, 2011
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    Not a day passes without the geniuses at Facebook thinking about how to dominate the world. To be frank, a video chat service was the only thing that has been missing on Facebook and perhaps a little less messier design. According to sources, Facebook will be launching a, much awaited, facebook video chat service that will be backed by Skype next week. You must be wondering, Why now? Why not a long time ago? Well, ...

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    How to Integrate Google Page Speed with W3 Total Cache

    July 1, 2011
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    Earlier I wrote about How to configure W3 Total cache and also about Google Page speed. Latest version of W3 total cache allow you to integrate with Google page speed to see the performance of your site. Faster your site is, better it’s for search engine ranking. In this guide, I will be sharing how to enable Google page speed inside W3 total cache. I assume, you must have installed w3 Total cache plugin. In ...

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    Google +1 Metrics & Webmaster Tool Integration: Everything you Need to Know

    July 1, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Mihir from MihirNaik.com. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. As a webmaster you must have noticed that Google has added  “+1″ Metrics into Google Webmaster Tools.  But, Do you know the exact reason behind doing so? If your answer is No, then you may carry on reading this article further. In this post, I will figure out areas which you need to ...

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