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Submit Your Blog to 50 Search Engine

Posted by mohan desai on ઓગસ્ટ 1, 2009

It’s a very important step for you to submit your blog to search engines too, so that you can get the free and quality traffic to your blog,

Search Engine play big roll in blogging, Because we got majority traffic from search engine like GOOGLE, YAHOO AND BING, and it will help you to earn some money because if we get more traffic means more money , OK so now think if you submit your blog to 50 search engine than you will get more traffic,
but problem is that if you submit your blog manually to all search engine that it was time consuming,
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Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 31, 2009

World celebrate 40th anniversary of the Apollo landing on the moon, on this remarkable event, Google is launching a new feature of Google Earth and this time it happens to be our old neighbour, The Moon. Many features of Moon in Earth related Apollo 11 stories come out with an interactive 3D medium using Google Earth.

Google Earth shows each of the Apollo landing mission through pictures and stories as well as video footage from Spacecraft films and surface panoramas of photos which was taken by the Apollo 11 mission crew members.

There is also a chance of Human Artifacts which contains locations and give importance of all small things on all spacecrafts that landed into the moon that time.

NASA used Historical Maps layers during the Apollo missions, which is also features of Moon in Earth.

If you want to see Moon in Earth, you must have to install Google Earth 5.0 version. Let Google fly you to the moon.

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Gmail, Google Apps Out of Beta

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 8, 2009

It almost sounds like a joke, but it’s true enough. Ever since Gmail was instituted in April of 2004 with the invitation scheme, it and many other of Google’s Apps have been wearing the beta tag. At long last, however, Google’s ripping it off like a bandage.
That ripping-off shouldn’t be too painful, though, as the bandage of beta has been stuck there for so long that it’s gotten soggy and lost its adhesive power. At any rate, though nothing glaring seems to have changed overnight, Gmail, Calendar, Docs, and Talk– personal and enterprise versions– all will be loosing the little “beta” underneath the logo.
Why, though? These products have remained in beta for years even though they exceeded standards of fucntionality most people define as “ready for final release.” According to the Google Blog, the over 1.75 million businesses who lay some of their communications foundations on Google Apps (including Google itself) probably aren’t too excited to be using software that’s still in a beta stage– it might seem less professional, and when you’ve your daily bread on the line, “beta” just doesn’t sound very reliable. Google has gone ahead and brought these applications up to a certain standard (well above an even 1.0 tag, in my opinion), and deployed the non-beta result to the world. Even though the beta tag hasn’t phased these 1.75 million businesses, I imagine a great deal more of them have been interested in Google Apps and will begin to look into using them soon.
Some may find that their beta icons are still affixed. It seems that Google’s rolling out the removal of the beta tag instead of doing at all at once just as they do with new features on the apps. However, some of us have become a little attached to that cute little beta sticker, and Google is no company to not provide advanced comforts, so they’ve added a new Labs feature in Gmail that “soothes the soul by putting the familiar beta sticker back on the Gmail logo.”
The beta’s officially over, but this doesn’t mean that Google won’t periodically add new and more functional features. Most of the millions who utilize Google’s applications probably won’t even notice as things will go on as they have for the past several years. All I can say is: kudos to Google. You’re all grown up.

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BING Becomes No:2 Search Engine

Posted by mohan desai on જૂન 6, 2009

Microsoft changed the search engine strategy with in a day of its BING Release. Microsoft BING becomes the No: 2 in the search engine market.
Google Took nearly couple of years to become a hit in the Search engine market, YAHOO’s Search engine was at the top and ASK was the second in the search when Google made its entry. Within a couple of years Google went to the peak taking over all its Rivals like Yahoo, Ask, MSN … Till today Google is at the top in the search engine market. Please Note that Google took two years to become top in the table. But BING made the complete impact in the search engine world. Its ranked as No: 2 in the search engine market within a day of its beta version released. Just imagine what would be the impact if the full version is released.?
BING is a serious trouble for Yahoo, and Days are not far behind to take over the search engine market from Google.
If this is any indication of the trend to come in the search engine market, it looks like Yahoo might be in serious trouble while Google may be slightly threaten. Bing is still in preview mode and yet it has made a significant impact in the search market trend already, even if it was only for one day.

Data from StatCounter Global Stats showed that Bing has grabbed the second spot in search market share in both the U.S. and worldwide.
According to the StatCounter data analysis for search market share on June 4, Bing managed to get 16.8% share while Yahoo who remained at its average market share posted 10.22%. Google which remained at the number one spot posted a 71.47 share. This is bad news for Yahoo although Bing didn’t manage to snag some of its share but got it from Google instead.
Globally, Bing slightly edged out Yahoo with 5.62% and 5.13% market share respectively. Google retain its share with 87.62% share.
Although the data was only for a day, still it is significant enough as it is very rare that this things happen when it comes to search engine rankings. Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer can already deduct one day from the five year time period that he set as Bing’s target date to become the second biggest search engine. And Ballmer better hope that Bing would sustain this market share for a month. The good thing is that Bing is still in preview mode and yet it is already creating a mark.
It may still be too early to tell whether Bing could permanently overtake Yahoo. But the Yahoo search work better do something drastic to outwit Bing. Google has to count its days in the Top Position.

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