Saturday, February 4, 2012

15 types of people on Facebook !! are you ??

1. The Lurker - Never posts anything or comments on your post, but reads everything.
2. The Hyena - Doesn't ever really say anything. Just “LOL” and “LMAO” at everything.
3. Mr/Ms Popular - Has 4367 friends for no reason
4. The Gamer - Plays words with friends, Mafia Wars, Bakes virtual cakes and stuff, etc. All Day.. :)
5. The Spiritualist - Each post makes reference to God
6. The Robber - Steals status updates & will maybe steal this one.
7. The Cynic - Hates their life and all in it. As evidenced by the serious attitude in all of their status updates.
8. The Collector - Never posts anything either, but joins every group and becomes fans of the most random stuff.
9. The Advertiser - Always sends event invitations to things that you ultimately delete or ignore.
10. The Liker - Never actually says anything, but always clicks "Like" button.
11. The Hater - Every post revolves around someone hating them and they swear people are trying to ruin their life.
12. The Anti-Proofreader - This person would gain very much from Spell-Check and sometimes you feel bad for them since you don’t know if they were typing fast or actually cant spell.
13. Drama King/Queen - This person always posts stuff like "I can't believe this!", or "They going to make me snap today!” in the hopes that you will ask what happened, or what's wrong...but then they never finish telling the story.
14. The Rooster – Feels that it is their job to notify Facebook "Good Morning" daily.
15. The News – All the time updates you on what they are doing and who they are doing it with, no matter how illogical..

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Blogger Change to

Today i just check Facebook and got information from SEOLeaks about is changed. I saw there is one post from Ashvin Patel about recent change in to, then i check Google but i am unable to find out.

I think there may be a change from Google that they will change all domain to their country domain. I am not sure, but this is the main reason for the change.

Share your comments on the same its beneficial for us or not.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Google Will No Longer Support Older Browsers after from 1st August

Google apps has decided to drop support for the older versions of browsers from 1st August. So all the users which are using IE 7 , Mozilla Firefox 3.5 , Safari 3 or their older version can not access some functions or ma be the entire service of the Gmail, Google Docs , Google Calender, Google Talk, Google Sites.

Google has taken this step to stop the usage of outdated and older browsers that are insecure and lacking the latest features. Whenever the latest version of any browser will released Google will drop support for third oldest version.

So if you are using the older version of any browser mentioned above then you need to update your browser to the latest versions of these browsers. Here are the download links for latest browsers.
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Internet Explorer

Google has made these changes because whenever they will start any service or make any compatibility test then they will test only for the latest versions of Browsers.

On the other hand the Mozilla Firefox , Microsoft and Apple has started the campaigns to stop the usage of Older versions of browsers.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Google get ready to launch social circles

Google is ready to make another attempt to break the social networking market called 'Google Circles'.

According to ReadWriteWeb, Google plans to unveil a new product called Google social circles in the South by Southwest interactive conference later today. It will allow users to share links; photos and video mash like Twitter and Facebook, except with more attention to various social people, hence the name.

ReadWriteWeb's Marshall Kirkpatrick explains, it will allow people to share pictures, videos and status messages with people in their social circle. Google's site will be unique; the speculation goes, as it seeks to understand how our relations with our different friend’s social networking decide how truly close to them that we are, so adjust the amount of content that we share with these people.

Facebook, Twitter and other online social networks have broken down all the settings in a large bucket. We talked to our "friends" at once, regardless of what you might say a group of people or another. And so often feel less comfortable as they say nothing at all.

Google's preceding attempt on a social network, Google Buzz, was a PR disaster, revealing users' Gmail contact lists to each one they had ever matched with. Google then created a fund to help groups of private education. Buzz still exists, but its early problems meant he did not have the market penetration of its other products.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Google Introduces Google Instant For Faster Searches

Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows results as you type. We are pushing the limits of our technology and infrastructure to help you get better search results, faster. Our key technical insight was that people type slowly, but read quickly, typically taking 300 milliseconds between keystrokes, but only 30 milliseconds (a tenth of the time!) to glance at another part of the page. This means that you can scan a results page while you type.

The most obvious change is that you get to the right content much faster than before because you don’t have to finish typing your full search term, or even press “search.” Another shift is that seeing results as you type helps you formulate a better search term by providing instant feedback. You can now adapt your search on the fly until the results match exactly what you want. In time, we may wonder how search ever worked in any other way.

Faster Searches: By predicting your search and showing results before you finish typing, Google Instant can save 2-5 seconds per search.

Smarter Predictions: Even when you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, predictions help guide your search. The top prediction is shown in grey text directly in the search box, so you can stop typing as soon as you see what you need.

Instant Results: Start typing and results appear right before your eyes. Until now, you had to type a full search term, hit return, and hope for the right results. Now results appear instantly as you type, helping you see where you’re headed, every step of the way.

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5 tips for using Priority Inbox

Gmail has recently introduce the priority inbox where you can have a separate inbox only for VIP emails. Here are 5 ways to make the maximum out of it. You will able to save lot of time you waste to read all the email.

1. Customize your selection
By default, Priority Inbox has three sections: "Important and Unread," "Starred" and "Everything Else.” But that doesn't mean you have to leave them that way. You can make a section show messages from a particular label (like your “Action” or “To-do” label), add a fourth section, or change the maximum size of any section. Visit the Priority Inbox tab under Settings to customize your sections, or do it right from the inline menus.

2. Train the system
If Gmail makes a mistake, you can help it learn to better categorize your messages. Select the misclassified message, then use the importance buttons at the top of your inbox to correctly mark it as important or not important.

3. See the best of your filtered messages
You can set up Priority Inbox to show you not just the best of your inbox, but also the best of messages you filter out of your inbox and might otherwise miss. Just change your Priority Inbox settings to “Override filters” and Gmail will surface any important messages that would otherwise skip your inbox.

4. Use filters to guarantee certain messages get marked important (or not)
If you read and reply to a lot of messages from your mom, Gmail should automatically put incoming messages from her in the “Important and unread” section. But if you want to be 100% sure that all messages from your mom (or your boss, boyfriend, client, landlord, etc.) are marked important, you can create a filter for messages from that sender and select “Always mark as important.” Similarly, if you regularly read messages from your favorite magazine, they should automatically get marked as important. If you’d rather they end up in the “Everything else” section, you can create a filter to never mark them as important.

5. Archive unimportant messages quickly
One of the features that can help make you more efficient is the ability to archive all of the visible messages in the "Everything Else" section at once. Just click on the down arrow next to "Everything Else" and select the "Archive all visible items" option. If you want to be able to archive even more messages at once, you can increase the maximum number of messages that show in that section from the same drop-down.


Friday, August 20, 2010

Google Updates Webmaster Tools Verification & Adds Analytics Code Option

Google has introduced a new method of verifying your web site in Google Webmaster Tools. The new method is to use the Google Analytics asynchronous code to verify your site in Google Webmaster Tools.

It must be the newer asynchronous code, but if you use that code, you can quickly gain access to the site in Google Webmaster Tools. You must be the administrator of the site in Google Analytics to verify the site using this method. But once it is verified, you can then quickly share the data with others.

In addition, Google “improved interface for verification” by adding more information about each verification method, including step-by-step instructions for some verification methods. The last time Google revamped the verification page was in October 2009.

The new Analytics verification method now gives you four ways to verify you site in Google Webmaster Tools. They include:

* Add a DNS record to your domain’s configuration
* Add a meta tag to your site’s home page
* Upload an HTML file to your server
* Link to your Google Analytics account

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