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SEO/SMO Expert - Syed Noman Ali

Hi, my name is Syed Noman Ali "SEO Consultant" and I have done my BS in Software Engineering from Karachi University. I started my career as SEO Expert + Web Developer in January 2009. I’m currently working as a Webmaster, Sr. SEO/SMO + Business Consultant at Cygnis Media. Before that i was working same for Avenue Social and also worked for many freelance projects in past and still doing freelance.

My motive is to make things happen to help others to make their dreams come true by helping their business getting ranked in Search Engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing.

By Profession I am a Web Developer but i love working as a SEO. Because here i can judge my work myself. I can see results myself. Working as a SEO makes me very busy in learning new things because SEO is an up-going process or an up-going phenomenon so you have to be updated in this field everyday otherwise you will not be able to compete others.

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Monday, October 31, 2011

Google and other explore mechanical devices are ‘failing’ declares apex Facebook executive

Top Facebook executive, Ethan Beard, has remarked that Google and else exploration engines are faltering towards grant civilians the findings they genuinely need and need.

Talking exclusively to The Telegraph, Beard, the manager of the Facebook Platform, remarked that exploration shall possess towards “go social” but admitted that a tie-up between the cultural network and its principal rival Google would not earn nice corporation feel, despite the uses towards consumers.

Beard is within London, as portion of a international travel, addressing hundreds of British developers today approximately the novel contributions towards the site’s Platform since f8, the modern Facebook developers congress – at which the site's chief,Mark Zuckerberg, informed the 'Timeline' and a ‘new multiply of cultural apps’, presumably greatest highlighted via Spotify’s deep integration with the site.

‘Platform’ is the portion of Facebook which lets else websites towards integrate Facebook apps or instruments, such as the Like button, onto their website, and developers towards consume the site’s cultural graph towards design culturally driven facilities and toys, such as the hugely popular Farmville game.

Beard remarked that exploration necessary towards go cultural so that civilians could get genuinely nice product recommendations from their most believed references, their allies, as well relates towards spots whereas they can buy the items.

Using a personal example of his modern need towards buy novel baggage, Beard said: “Before the internet you would ask your allies for everybody your recommendations…then along arrived ecommerce and products want Amazon… which are great for buying or getting a product, but they don’t possess any civilians onto them so the disclosure mechanism has already kind of been broke for a lot of things.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Increase your Facebook Friends with your Brains

Think Facebook is just affecting your communal life? Think again. New study proposes Facebook may be altering your brain.

Researchers at the University College London have discovered a attachment between the number of Facebook associates a individual has and the allowance of “grey matter” in the amygdala, the sulcus, the left middle temporal gyrus, the right entorhinal cortex, and the better temporal sulcus. “Grey matter” in the mind is the level where mental processing takes place. While the study values Facebook as an demonstration, the outcomes issue to the influences the Internet and communal networking may be having on our brains.

The study titled “Online Social Network Size is Reflected in Human Brain Structure” utilised magnetic resonance imaging, more routinely renowned as an MRI, to study 125 university scholars who were Facebook users. The investigators took the outcomes from the brains’ of the Facebook users and in evaluation them to another assembly of 40 students.

In (very) technical periods, the abstract summarizes their findings: “We display a biological cornerstone for such variability by illustrating that quantitative variety in the number of associates an one-by-one affirms on a web-based communal networking service reliably forecast grey issue density in the right better temporal sulcus, left middle temporal gyrus and entorhinal cortex.” The abstract concludes: “Taken simultaneously, our outcome illustrate that the dimensions of an individual’s online communal mesh is nearly connected to focal mind structure implicated in communal cognition.” The study furthermore connected the width of the grey issue in the amygdala to the number of “real-world” associates persons have. However, according toReuters “the dimensions of the other three districts emerged to be correlated only to online connections.

In simple English the study proposes that there is a powerful attachment between the dimensions of components of the mind and the number of attachments a individual makes on Facebook (the number of Facebook associates they have). Ryota Kanai, one of the investigators, remarks that: “The stimulating inquiry now is if these organisations change over time — this will assist us response the inquiry of if the Internet is altering our brains.” Geraint Rees, furthermore of University College London expresses Kanai’s exhilaration noting, “Online communal systems are hugely influential, yet we realise very little about the influence they have on our brains. This has directed to many of unsupported conjecture the Internet is someway awful for us.” He proceeded, “This displays we can use some of the mighty devices in up to date neuroscience to address significant inquiries — namely, what are the consequences of communal systems, and online communal systems in specific, on my brain.”

So, should you proceed and add as numerous persons as you can to your Facebook ally list? Not rather states Heidi Joahnsen-Berg from Oxford. While she was not engaged in the study, she was fast to note that, “The study will not notify us if utilising the Internet is good or awful for our brains.” She strike the issue dwelling saying, “”If you got yourself 100 new Facebook associates today then your mind would not be larger tomorrow.”

Even so, it’s stimulating to address that communal networking could be affecting the way our minds work.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Tribute to Steve Jobs

Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and longtime rival of Steve Jobs, has issued a statement expressing his sadness at the passing of Steve Jobs.

In it, Gates describes their relationship as one of “colleagues, competitors and friends over the course of more than half our lives.”

Gates’s full statement is included below:

“I’m truly saddened to learn of Steve Jobs’ death. Melinda and I extend our sincere condolences to his family and friends, and to everyone Steve has touched through his work.

Steve and I first met nearly 30 years ago, and have been colleagues, competitors and friends over the course of more than half our lives.

The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come.

For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it’s been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely.”

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has posted a message paying tribute to late Apple founder Steve Jobs. Writing on his Facebook profile, Zuckerberg wrote, “Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”

The post, which went up around 8:30 p.m. ET, has already been liked some 85,000 times by Zuckerberg’s more than 6 million Facebook subscribers.

Although Apple and Facebook have had a contentious relationship, it’s hard not to draw comparisons between Jobs and Zuckerberg, both of whom dropped out of college and founded their iconic companies in their early twenties.

Meanwhile, Facebook’s f8 conferences have become a platform for Zuckerberg to take center stage and share his company’s latest innovations, much in the way Jobs captured the eyeballs of tech watchers everywhere with his iconic keynotes.

Earlier this year, the two dined with President Obama and other tech luminaries, as you can see in the photo below that was released by The White House:

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have reacted to the passing of Steve Jobs, stating that he was “among the greatest of American innovators.”

In a statement posted on the White House blog, Obama says that Jobs “made the information revolution not only accessible, but intuitive and fun.” He praises Jobs for his ingenuity and for changing “the way each of us sees the world.”

“The world has lost a visionary,” Obama said. “And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented.”

The statement is a moving tribute to man behind multiple computing revolutions. The full statement from the President is included below:

“Michelle and I are saddened to learn of the passing of Steve Jobs. Steve was among the greatest of American innovators – brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it.

By building one of the planet’s most successful companies from his garage, he exemplified the spirit of American ingenuity. By making computers personal and putting the internet in our pockets, he made the information revolution not only accessible, but intuitive and fun. And by turning his talents to storytelling, he has brought joy to millions of children and grownups alike. Steve was fond of saying that he lived every day like it was his last. Because he did, he transformed our lives, redefined entire industries, and achieved one of the rarest feats in human history: he changed the way each of us sees the world.

The world has lost a visionary. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented. Michelle and I send our thoughts and prayers to Steve’s wife Laurene, his family, and all those who loved him.”

Google has put rivalries aside to pay tribute to late Apple founder Steve Jobs on its homepage. Under the company’s trademark search box, a message simply reads: “Steve Jobs, 1955-2011,” and links to Apple’s homepage (which features its own tribute).

Apple announced that Jobs had passed away on Wednesday. Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple back in August, writing at the time that, “I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know,” he wrote. “Unfortunately, that day has come.”

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