Google Panda?

by JF Agno on May 30, 2011

in Web Stuff

Have you heard about google panda?

Last February of 2011 Google change their algorithms again that affected a lot of big website names including many article directories.

Here are some recommendations to help with stick rates:

  • Create engaging copy that has value to the reader
  • Bold your headlines and just don’t make them the keyword; make them relevant and interesting to read
  • Include illustrations or charts with technical details or details that a reader will spend time looking at
  • Add images that tell a story that the visitor will finding engaging and think about
  • Add bullet points. Readers will scan a page and land on the bullet points and read them in detail to find out if this is a site they want to stay on

I have read this blog from Joan Wardzala please check out the full article here

Leave a comment on "Google Panda?"

Another mentor and a friend of mine shared this wonderful guide about ranking high using WordPress and some few SEO plugins and few techniques. I was really blown away with the author’s guide it was simple and actually easy to do, you don’t need to be an expert or a programmer to do this.

I started writing my beginner’s guide to WordPress SEO a while back, and have since done a load of posts on the subject, an article in the Search Marketing Standard, newsletters, and presentations. It’s time to let all the info of all these different articles fall into one big piece: The Final Guide to WordPress SEO.

Anyway if this post is somehow help you in anyway please do leave a comment so that I can improve my post and give you guys information that you really need.

Leave a comment on "The Definitive Guide To Higher Rankings For Your Blog [repost]"

Google planning overhaul of YouTube

by JF Agno on April 8, 2011

in Web Stuff

“Could YouTube’s future involve original programming and topic channels?

Google is planning to significantly revamp the video site to “compete with broadcast and cable television,” the Wall Street Journal reports, citing “people familiar with the matter.”

The overhaul would include new channels based on topics such as sports and arts. Some channels will feature “several hours of professionally produced original programming a week,” reads the report.

Google’s reported plans surface as Web services such as YouTube, Hulu and Netflix have prompted cable television subscribers to trim their services or even pull the plug.

As noted in our story about the Web’s impact on television viewing habits, about 7% of homes are turning to the Internet instead of pay TV to watch professional produced programming.”


For me this is inevitable because right now I spend more time on my laptop and surfing the net than watching TV. I don’t mind this change at all, no more cable bills just internet bills.

Anyway this is my own opinion you are open to share you thoughts on the matter just leave a comment.


Leave a comment on "Google planning overhaul of YouTube"

How To Install Google Chrome In Fedora 13-14

by JF Agno on December 30, 2010

in Non Web Stuff

How To Install Google Chrome In Fedora 13 14

To start go the terminal then become the root user and type in

vim /etc/yum.repos.d/chromium.repo 

If you don’t know how to use vim you can change it to gedit

gedit /etc/yum.repos.d/chromium.repo

Copy this line of code and paste it in the chromium.repo and click save

For 32-bit user

name=Google - i386

For 64-bit user

name=Google - x86_64

After that type this last piece of code and its done

yum install google-chrome-stable


Leave a comment on "How To Install Google Chrome In Fedora 13-14"