Manage Javascript Code On Your Blog In A Better Way Using Google Tag Manager

Google Tag Manager, another awesome tool from Google’s arsenal can be used to manage javascript snippets on your website in a better and more efficient way. Your site could contain multiple javascript snippets like – For Eg: Google Analytics code, alexa’s Analytics code etc. With Google Tag Manager you can organize all these codes in one place which will be much easier to manage and also you wouldn’t need any more technical knowledge than just a free hand to copy-paste some codes.



Although this tool has been around since 2005 but i think not manypeople are utilizing it to increase their productivity. This is the reason which tempted me to write this post on – How To Setup And Manage Google Tag Manager.

So What Is A Tag ?

A tag (in reference to Google Tag Manager) could be defined as javascript snippet which sends information from your site to third-party applications like Google Analytics, Adwords, Crazy Egg etc.

Google Tag Manager operates around three main elements: Tags, Rules and Macros.

  • Tags = A tag is HTML code that executes (or fires) on a page.
  • Rules = Specify when a tag should be fired such as when a specific page is loaded or in response to an action on the page.
  • Macros = a pre-defined set of conditions that allow rules to be executed.

Why You Need It ?

With so many different codes on your webpage it becomes bloated and bogs down on speed. With Google mentioning in clear words that How Speed Is Now A Ranking Factor, It could very well throw your site among the one’s being penalized. This being the biggest factor but apart from that it also provides a peace of mind while managing different codes just from a single place.

How It Works ?

Google Tag Manager works via its own container tag that you place on all your website pages. The container tag replaces all other tags on your site, including tags from AdWords, Google Analytics, Floodlight, and 3rd party tags. Once the Google Tag Manager container tag has been added to your site, you update, add, and administer additional tags right from the Google Tag Manager web application.

How To Implement It ?

To Implement Google Tag Manager on your site follow these simple steps :-

Setup An Account :

Creating a Tag Manager account is easy, you just need to sign-in here with your Google Id and you are good to go.

Create A Container For Your Website :

If you have multiple websites it is better to create multiple containers for each of them so that it will be easy to identify.

Add The Container Snippet Code To Your Website’s Source Code :

Once you have successfully created your account and a container for your website, you will be presented with a container code which you need to add to your site’s source code. This should not be big task for an average user as you just have to copy and paste the code.

Create Tags For Javascript Codes On Your Website :

The next step is to create separate tags for every different javascript code on your website. For Example – If you have codes for Google Analytics, Adwords And Crazy Egg then you need to create different tags for each of them.

Publish The Tags :

Lastly, the tool will show you a preview of what you have just setup and you can click Publish.

Remove The Javascript Code From Your Website :

Now that you have created the tags on your Google Tag Manager account and implemented the container code on your website – you don’t need your old javascript code for Google Analytics and other snippets on your website, remove them and your site should now be much lighter as compared to earlier.

Conclusion :-

Using Google Tag Manager at first could seem like a lot of work but while looking at the big picture i.e., now that you don’t have to change multiple codes for a minor change at different places would make you blessing Google for this awesome tool.

So, Have you moved to Google Tag Manager yet? How did you find the transition?

Don’t Let This New Algorithm Update From Google Affect Your Site’s Traffic

As Neil Patel of Quicksprout is saying “Don’t Get Caught With Your Pants Down” with this new update from Google. With this new algorithm update Google is literally pushing webmasters to make their site’s more mobile platform friendly.

The unusual thing about this update is that Google is letting everyone know before hand what changes the update will bring. According to them, it will be much bigger than their ‘Panda’ update.

So What Google Is Upto With This Update :

In layman terms, this update will encourage webmasters to make their site’s more friendly so that they don’t loose traffic. As a large chunk of user base is on mobile devices so it’s natural for Google to make ‘Mobile Friendliness’ as a ranking factor.

Google is going to update their algorithm again, and if you’re on the wrong side of the law you might lose a lot of traffic.

The update will be in effect from 21’st of April and you should try to be as ready for it as possible if you don’t want your mobile traffic to drop.

Changes Needed :

Responsive Design :-

Your website design should be responsive so that it doesn’t hamper view-ability across multiple platforms. Don’t go with a separate site solution for mobile devices as they are hectic to maintain and responsive design does the job more easily.

Speed-It-Up :-

Site-Speed has became a major ranking factor recently so it is more than necessary to speed up your website to be in the good graces of Google almighty. Whether you are targeting desktop or mobile traffic or both your site must be considerably faster, means no more that 2.5 to 3.0 seconds loading time.

You can use this guide to optimize your website for speed.

Conclusion :-

So, as many experts are suggesting – don’t wait for this update to hit your rankings make the changes before-hand. If you’re thinking about making these changes after 21st of April then you will be in trouble as Google will need sometime to crawl your site and making necessary updates to it’s index…#Don’tWait

How To Create And Optimize Robots.txt For Search Engines

Robots.txt, a file residing into the root directory of your website which gives directions to spiders and crawlers, is one of the most under appreciated factors in your SEO list. This file follows Robots Exclusion Standard also known as Robots Exclusion Protocol. It is a standard used by websites to communicate or direct web crawlers and spiders on whether to crawl a certain webpage or not.


According to Wikipedia : The standard specifies the instruction format to be used to inform the robot about which areas of the website should not be processed or scanned. Robots are often used by search engines to categorize and archive web sites, or by webmasters to proofread source code. Not all robots cooperate with the standard including email harvesters, spambots and malware robots that scan for security vulnerabilities. The standard is different from, but can be used in conjunction with, Sitemaps, a robot inclusion standard for websites.

Why Should You Care About Robots.txt?

  • Improper usage of the robots.txt file can hurt your ranking
  • The robots.txt file controls how search engine spiders see and interact with your webpages
  • This file is mentioned in several of the Google guidelines
  • This file, and the bots it interact with, are fundamental parts of how search engines work

What You Should Do First :-

  • Check if you have a robots.txt file already.
  • If yes, whether it’s blocking important files from crawlers and spiders.
  • If no then Do you need it ?

Determining The Existence Of Robots.txt :-

To check whether a robots.txt file exists already or not, you just have to enter your url into the address bar and concatanate it with /robots.txt.

For Example :-

Determining Robots.txt’s Effect On SEO :-

To determine whether your robots.txt is blocking important files which could help search engines rank your page, you can use this tool by FeedtheBot. The tool works mainly on Google’s guidelines for webmasters.
But to understand completely how robots.txt works you need to understand it’s contents by yourself.

Keep reading to learn whether your site needs a robots.txt file or not.

Need Of A Robots.txt file For You ?

There are many cases where a website doesn’t need a robots.txt file but including one doesn’t hurt anyone either. But if you are not sure whether your site needs it or not you refer to the following points and if any one of them stands true for you then you must have a robots.txt file.

  • You want some of your content to be blocked from search engines and site crawlers.
  • You want your underdeveloped but live site not to be indexed until it is fully developed.
  • You want to block malicious bots from crawling your site and unnecessarily loading up your server.
  • You need to give proper directions to bots for affiliate or paid links on your site.
  • You need one or all of the above things.

In case you decide that you are better-off without a robots.txt file – it’s Ok but in that case bots with full access to your site and if you want to create this file you can follow the easy guidelines below.

How To Create Robots.txt For Your Site :-

Robots.txt is nothing but a text file in your sites root directory. To create one – just open a text editor and start typing the directives you want for the crawlers.

Directives :-

Allow Indexing Of Everything : If you want the spiders to crawl and index everything on your website add these rules to your robots.txt.

User-Agent: *
 Allow: /

Disallow Indexing Of Everything : To block the spiders from your site completely, you need to use these directives.

User-Agent: *
Disallow: /

Disallow Indexing Of A Specific Folder : Add these directives to block just a specific folder on your site to the crawlers.

User-Agent: *
Disallow: /folder/

Disallow Access To A Particular Bot : Sometimes you want to block access for a particular bot because of many reasons like content scraping, spamming or a bot with malicious activities.

User-Agent: Googlebot
Disallow: /

Set Crawl Rate : Setting crawl rate means advising crawlers and spiders about the amount of traffic they can send to your site in a given amount of time. Note that it could make Google and other search engines reduce the frequency they visit your site.

User-agent: bingbot
Crawl-delay: 10
where the 10 is in seconds.

Note that Google doesn’t provide support for crawl delay directly from the robots.txt but you can set crawl limit from the webmasters tool.

Conclusion :-

So now that you know how to create and use a robots.txt file, it’s up to you to implement it on your site. To get a nice further reading i must recommend this great article from SEOBOOK – Robots.txt Tutorial.

If this article helped you create a highly optimized robots.txt for your site or if you find it useful enough then don’t forget to share it among your peers.

Google Search : Behind The Scenes

If you ever searched information on internet then you would surely be familiar with ‘Google Search’. But have you ever thought how it functions or what happens when you type a search phrase on Google?

Well to answer that question i’ve found a very informative infographic created by famous Neil Patel on his blog QuickSprout.


How Google Crawls and Indexes Web Pages


Courtesy of: Quick Sprout


So this was Google Search : Behind The Scenes. Do you know other facts on how Google works then please do share them with us in the comments section below.


Related :- Search For Secrets Using Google

100 Google Products You Definitely Should Know About

We all know Google as the almighty search engine and use it as the gateway to the world wide web but some of us know how big Google has become in recent years. Now it’s not just a search engine providing search related webpages but also working on wearable computers to secret projects around the world.

google_products   As we know that Google has steadily been releasing new products and services to make life of an internet user easier and much more productive but many of us don’t know about majority of it’s services, heck even Google’s products page doesn’t list all it’s products. So in this post i’m going to list over 100 Google products you definitely should know about.

  1. Google Search & it’s features – Google search is the most popular search engine on the Web.
  2. AdMob – Monetize and promote your mobile apps with ads.
  3. Android – Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system , middleware and key applications.
  4. Blogger – A free blog publishing tool for easy sharing of your thoughts with the world.
  5. Dartr – Dart is a brand new programming language developed by Google.
  6. DoubleClick – An ad technology foundation to create, transact, and manage digital advertising for the world’s buyers, creators and sellers.
  7. – Develops technologies to help address global challenges and supports innovative partners through grants, investments and in-kind resources.
  8. Google Aardvark* – A social search engine where people answer each other’s questions.
  9. Google Account Activity – Get a monthly summary of your account activity across many Google products.
  10. Google Ad Planner – A free media planning tool that can help you identify websites your audience is likely to visit so you can make better-informed advertising decisions.
  11. Google AdSense – Place contextual Google ads on your site – and earn money.
  12. Google AdWords – Advertise online and pay only when people click on your ad.
  13. Google Affiliate Network* – Full-service online marketing company specializing in pay-for-performance media.
  14. Google Alerts – Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your choice of query or topic.
  15. Google Analytics (Urchin) – Google Analytics makes it easy to improve your results online.
  16. Google Answers* – Answers allows users to get help from researchers with expertise in online searching.
  17. Google Apps – Software-as-a-service for business email, information sharing and security.
  18. Google App Engine – Run your web applications on Google’s infrastructure.
  19. Google Base – Google Base is a place where you can easily submit all types of online and offline content.
  20. Google Blog Search – Blog Search is Google search technology focused on blogs.
  21. Google Body (Now, Zygote Body) – Google Body is a detailed 3D model of the human body.
  22. Google Bookmarks – Google Bookmarks is an online service that lets you save your favorite sites and attach labels and comments.
  23. Google Book Search – Search and preview millions of books from libraries and publishers worldwide.
  24. Google Browser Size – Simple visual tool to show what percentage of web users can see different areas of a website without needing to scroll.
  25. Google Buzz* – Start conversations about the things you find interesting. Share updates, photos , videos and more with your friends.
  26. Google Calendar – Keep track of all your life’s important events – birthdays, reunions, little league games, doctor’s appointments – all in one place.
  27. Google Cars [NEW!] – A search engine to get quotes for Cars.
  28. Google Checkout – Buy from stores across the web and track all your orders and shipping in one place.
  29. Google Chrome – A browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.
  30. Google Chrome Sync – It’s a Google Tool that Syncs your Google Chrome bookmarks across multiple computers.
  31. Google Chromebook [NEW!] – A computer from Google designed to help you get things done faster and easier.
  32. Google Chromebook Pixel [NEW!] – It’s a laptop that brings together the best in hardware, software, and design to inspire future innovation.
  33. Google Chromium – The Chromium projects include Chromium and Chromium OS, the open-source projects behind the Google Chrome browser and Google Chrome OS, respectively.
  34. Google Cloud Platform – Enables developers to build, test and deploy applications on Google’s highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure.
  35. Google Cloud Print – Google Cloud Print is a new technology that connects your printers to the web.
  36. Google Code – Code is for external developers interested in Google related development.
  37. Google Contacts [NEW!] – Similar to an online address book, the Contact Manager gives you easy access to the people you want to reach.
  38. Google Contact Lens – A smart contact lens project by Google.
  39. Google Correlate – Find search patterns that correlate with real-world data.
  40. Google Cultural Institute – Cultural Institute brings together millions of artifacts from multiple partners, with the stories that bring them to life, in a virtual museum.
  41. Google Currents – A social magazine app by Google.
  42. Google Custom Search Engine & Google Subscribed Links – With Google Custom Search Engine and Subscribed Links, you can create a search engine tailored to your needs that lets you create custom search results which users can add to their Google search pages.
  43. Google Dashboard – Google Dashboard offers a simple view into the data associated with your Google Account.
  44. Google Desktop* – Search your computer as easily as you search the web with Google.
  45. Google Developers – To inspire developers everywhere.
  46. Google Dictionary – Free online dictionary.
  47. Google Directory – The web organized by topic into categories.
  48. Google Docs – Free web-based word processor and spreadsheet, which allow you to share and collaborate online.
  49. Google Drive [NEW!] – Get 5 GB of Cloud Storage for Free.
  50. Google Earth & Google Mars – Offers maps and satellite images for complex or pinpointed regional searches.
  51. Google Fast Flip* – Read news fast.
  52. Google FeedBurner – Allows bloggers and podcasters to manage their RSS feeds.
  53. Google Fiber [NEW!] – Google Fiber is a broadband internet network that starts with a connection speed 100 times faster than today’s broadband.
  54. Google Finance – Offers a broad range of information about stocks, mutual funds, and companies.
  55. Google Flight Search [NEW!] – Choose your flight from a simple list of results, explore destinations on a map, and find travel dates with the lowest fare with Google Flight Search.
  56. Google Fonts – Google Fonts (previously called Google Web Fonts) is an interactive directory of hosted open-source fonts optimized for the web.
  57. Google Fusion Tables – Gather, visualize and share your data online.
  58. Google Friend Connect* – Instantly awakens and strengthens the community that visits your site by enriching it with social features.
  59. Google Gears – A Firefox and Internet Explorer extension that allows to navigate on compatible websites offline and synchronize when going back online.
  60. Google Glass [NEW!] – Google’s Project Glass is a research and development program by Google to develop an augmented reality head-mounted display (HMD).
  61. Google Go – Go is an expressive, concurrent, garbage-collected programming language.
  62. Google Grants – In-kind advertising for non-profit organizations.
  63. Google Groups – Where groups of people have discussions about common interests.
  64. Google Hangouts [NEW!] – Hangouts bring your conversations to life with photos, emoji, and group video calls for free.
  65. Google Helpouts – Connects people who need help with people who can give help over live video.
  66. Google Health* – Puts you in charge of your health information.
  67. Google Ideas [NEW!] – Google Ideas connect users, experts and engineers to conduct research and seed new technology-driven initiatives.
  68. Google Image Search & Similar Images – The most comprehensive image search on the web. Google Search Images allows you to search for images using pictures rather than words.
  69. Google In Quotes – Allows you to find quotes from stories linked to Google News.
  70. Google Input Tools – Input Tools makes it easy to type in the language you choose, anywhere on the web.
  71. Google Keep [NEW!] – Quickly create, access and organize your notes, lists and photos with Keep.
  72. Google Knol* – Knol makes it free and easy to create, collaborate on, and publish credible web content.
  73. Google Latitude – See where your friends are on a map.
  74. Google Lively* – A web-based virtual environment by Google.
  75. Google Local Business Center – If you are a business owner Claim your business listing today and let customers find you online!
  76. Google Loon [NEW!] – Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fill coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters.
  77. Google Mail (Gmail) – Gmail is a new kind of webmail, built on the idea that email can be more intuitive, efficient, and useful.
  78. Google Maps & Google Map Maker – Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions. With Map Maker you can edit the map in more than a hundred countries and watch your edits go into Google Maps.
  79. Google Mars – Provides a visible imagery view, like Google Moon, as well as infrared imagery and shaded relief (elevation) of the planet Mars.
  80. Google Mobile – Upgrade your phone with free Google products.
  81. Google Moderator – A tool that allows distributed communities to submit and vote on questions for talks, presentations and events.
  82. Google Moon – See the Moon in 3D.
  83. Google Music – Upload your personal music collection and access it instantly on the web or any compatible device without the hassle of wires or syncing.
  84. Google Music Timeline – Music Timeline shows genres of music waxing and waning, based on how many Google Play Music users have an artist or album in their music library, and other data (such as album release dates).
  85. Google News, News Archive Search & Google News Timeline – Aggregated headlines and a search engine of many of the world’s news sources. News archive search provides an easy way to search and explore historical archives. News Timeline is a web application that organizes information chronologically.
  86. Google Nexus [NEW!] – Smartphones and tablets from Google.
  87. Google Notebook* (SearchWiki*) – With Google Notebook, you can browse, clip, and organize information from across the web in a single online location that’s accessible from any computer.
  88. Google Now – An intelligent personal assistant by Google.
  89. Google Offers – Get amazing deals at the best places to eat, shop, and play.
  90. Google One Pass* – A service that lets publishers set their own prices and terms for their digital content.
  91. Google Pack* – Google Pack is a collection of software tools offered by Google to download in a single archive.
  92. Google PageSpeed Insights – Page Speed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster.
  93. Google PageSpeed Service [NEW!] – PageSpeed Service makes web pages load faster for your users.
  94. Google Patents – Search the full text of the U.S. patent corpus and find patents that interest you.
  95. Google Person Finder – Google Person Finder by helps people reconnect with friends and loved ones in the aftermath of natural and humanitarian disasters.
  96. Google Play – Google’s digital application distribution platform for Android and an online electronics and digital media store.
  97. Google Plus – Google+ aims to make sharing on the web more like sharing in real life.
  98. Google Postini – Google email security and archiving services, powered by Postini, make your existing email system more secure and compliant.
  99. Google PowerMeter – Save Energy. Save Money. Make a Difference.
  100. Google Product Search (Froogle) – Presents photographs of products and links to the stores that sell them online.
  101. Google Profiles – Decide what the world sees when it searches for you. Display the information you care about and make it easy for visitors to get to know you.
  102. Google Public DNS – Google Public DNS is a free, global Domain Name System (DNS) resolution service, that you can use as an alternative to your current DNS provider.
  103. Google Reader* – Web based feed reader to keep up with blogs and news.
  104. Google Related – Google Related is a Chrome Extension that shows you useful, interesting content while you browse the web.
  105. Google Scholar – Provides a search of scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources, including theses, books, abstracts and articles.
  106. Google Scribe – Google Scribe helps you write better documents.
  107. Google Script Converter – Convert text or a webpage.
  108. Google Self-driving Car [NEW!] – Google Driverless Car is a project that involves developing technology for autonomous cars.
  109. Google Sets* – Automatically create sets of items from a few examples.
  110. Google Sites – Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share web pages.
  111. Google SketchUp – Create, modify and share 3D models.
  112. Google Sky – Google Sky includes a number of different ways to explore the universe.
  113. Google Squared – Takes a category and creates a starter ‘square‘ of information, automatically fetching and organizing facts from across the web.
  114. Google Street View – Explore the world at street level.
  115. Google Store – Official Google Accessories, Apparel Items, Software, Office Equipment.
  116. Google Subscribed Links – Subscribed Links let you create custom search results that users can add to their Google search pages.
  117. Google Suggest – As you type your search, Google offers keyword suggestions in real time.
  118. Google Sync – Synchronize your mail, calendar and contacts.
  119. Google Tag Manager [NEW!]– It lets you add and update your website tags, easily and for free, whenever you want, without bugging the IT folks.
  120. Google Takeout – Google Takeout allows you to download a copy of your data stored within Google products.
  121. Google Talk* – Chat with family and friends over the Internet for free.
  122. Google Tasks – Keep track of what you need to do. Your task list stays up to date no matter how you access it. It’s a simple list that’s with you everywhere you go.
  123. Google Think – It’s Google’s source for insights, trends and research in digital marketing.
  124. Google Toolbar – Internet Explorer and Firefox Toolbar with Google search.
  125. Google Transit – Plan a trip using public transportation.
  126. Google Transliteration – Google Transliteration allows you to type phonetically using Roman characters.
  127. Google Translate – Free online language translation service instantly translates text and web pages.
  128. Google Trends & Google Insights for Search – Compare the world’s interest in your favorite topics. Use Google Insights for Search and see for yourself what the world is searching for.
  129. Google TV – Google TV is a new experience that combines TV, the entire web, and apps — as well as a way to search across them all. Take a tour, learn how it works, and find out how to get it.
  130. Google URL Shortener – Google URL Shortener at is used by Google products to create short URLs that can be easily shared, tweeted, or emailed to friends.
  131. Google Ventures – Venture Capital – by Google.
  132. Google Video – Search and watch millions of videos indexed from all over the web.
  133. Google Voice – Google Voice gives you one number for all your phones, voicemail as easy as email, free US long distance, low rates on international calls, and more.
  134. Google Wallet – Save time and money by shopping with Google Wallet — a smart, virtual wallet that stores your payment cards, offers, and more on your phone and online.
  135. Google Wave* – Google Wave is a new online communication and collaboration tool.
  136. Google Web Designer [NEW!] – Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device.
  137. Google Web Accelerator – Google Web Accelerator works with your browser to help web pages show up in a snap.
  138. Google Web Elements – Google Web Elements allow you to easily add your favorite Google products to your website.
  139. Google Web Fonts – Get hundreds of free, open-source fonts optimized for the web (hosted on Google Server).
  140. Google Web History – Your web history is stored on Google servers, which means that you can view and manage it from any computer.
  141. Google Web Toolkit – Open source set of tools for building and optimizing complex browser-based applications.
  142. Google Webmaster Tools – Provides you with detailed reports about your pages’ visibility on Google.
  143. Google Website Optimizer – Website Optimizer, Google’s free website testing and optimization tool, allows you to increase the value of your existing websites and traffic without spending a cent.
  144. Google WiFi – Google WiFi is a free wireless Internet service that Google is offering to the city of Mountain View.
  145. iGoogle – Your personalized Google home page.
  146. Jaiku* – Create your own microblog and connect with your friends.
  147. Orkut* – Social networking site designed to make your social life more active and stimulating.
  148. Panoramio – A geolocation-oriented photo sharing website.
  149. Picasa – Helps you organize, edit, and share your photos.
  150. reCAPTCHA – A captcha system that uses successful decodings to helps digitise books for online use.
  151. Schemer [NEW!] – Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day.
  152. Textcube – Korean blogging platform.
  153. Waze [NEW!] – It is the world’s largest community based traffic and navigation app. You can join other drivers in your area who share real-time traffic and road info, saving everyone time and gas money on their daily commute.
  154. WebP – A new open-source image format by Google that provides 30% better image compression.
  155. WebPageTest – is an open source project developed and supported by Google to test a website’s performance.
  156. WebRTC – An open source project that enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities.
  157. What Do You Love (WDYL) [NEW!] – Search numerous Google products with one click.
  158. Wildfire – Wildfire is a social media marketing software that provides easy-to-use social media tools for pages, messages, ads, promotions, monitoring, analytics, etc.
  159. YouTube – Share your videos with friends, family, and the world.

*Discontinued These are some of the products and services provided by Google that i know about. I know that there are more to list here so if you know any Google product that is not listed here do let me know in the comments below.

Also See :- Search For Software Serials Using Google.


Google Launches The Latest Android : Android Lollipop



Google has finally unveiled the latest (Android Version 5.0) and the 13th major release to it’s popular smartphone operating system : Android L or Android Lollipop. This new update features a revamped visual design called the ‘material design’ which uses moving icons and size shifting fonts. One of the most stand-out thing this update will bring would be it’s ability to run efficiently on phones even with 512 MB of RAM. Older versions were clearly more memory exhaustive.

With Android Lollipop Google also launched three new devices – The Nexus 6 with Motorola, Nexus 9 Tablet with HTC and a new Set-Top Box with Taiwan based firm ASUS.

With these 3 new devices Google attempts to unify users Android devices. While revealing these new devices, Google’s Vice-President Sundar Pichai didn’t held-off a sarcastic comment to Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ , “We aren’t only trying to ship two products, We are trying to enable thousands of products at the same time.”


How Not To Get Penalized By Google : Post Pigeon & Panda Updates

In today’s world if you want your website to get decent organic traffic then you must surrender to the rules and regulations of the almighty GOOGLE.

Google ranks and indexes websites on the basis of various factors like keyword density, meta tags, no. of inbound links and many more. The specifics are not known to anyone other than Google itself but the algorithm it uses keeps on updating from time to time.
Major Algorithm Updates In 2014 :

Panda 4.0 – May 19, 2014 :-
A complete update to algorithm as well as a data refresh.
Pigeon – July 24, 2014 :-
Google shook the local SEO world with an update that dramatically altered some local results and modified how they handle and interpret location cues. It claimed that Pigeon created closer ties between the local algorithm and core algorithm(s).

HTTPS/SSL Update – August 6, 2014 :-

With this update, Google announced that they would be giving a slight boost and preference to secure sites in ranking.
Authorship Removal – August 28, 2014 :-
Google completely removed authorship markup’s from search results after this update.
So How Not Too Get Penalized :
Avoid Violations Of Terms/Conditions :-
Google takes violations of it’s terms and conditions very seriously and would penalize your website before you know it. Try to avoid it at all costs and don’t think of outsmarting the system as they have got Zettabytes of data to compare to your little tricks.
A ‘Big No’ To Keyword Stuffing :-
Do not stuff keywords into the content of your site, try to use them as naturally as possible. A keyword density of 1.5% – 2.0% is considered good practice.
Quality Backlinks :-
Backlinks from unreliable or spammy sites could get your website penalized in no-time, avoid them at all costs.
Promote With Social Media :-
According to Google, there is no limit to promotion on social media. Create accounts on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest etc..
Guest Posting :-
You can guest post on several forums and blogs which in turn will give you backlinks and decent referral traffic to your blog or website. Google doesn’t penalizes this practice.
Conclusion :-
Hope the information provided here could be of help to the readers. Follow the above mentioned methods before trying anything else and don’t pay the so called S.E.O. agencies for increasing your backlink count and optimization as it would be seem inorganic to search engines.
Wait patiently and let your site grow gradually and slowly.
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Search For Secrets Using Google



Google, a search engine which serves about 80% of total search engine industry traffic could be used to find secrets on the web which is difficult to find otherwise. These secrets could be anything from Personal Information to Confidential Data which because of someone’s stupidness (Read – Lack of Security Measures Implementation) is indexed by Google.

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It is very much possible to search for these information easily because of the vast querying capabilities provided by Google.




Using single line commands one can search for personal details like email, passwords, admin accounts, webservers etc.
For just the sake of experiment, i queried Google for emails and found a shocking ‘Half A Million‘ addresses in plain text and that too without much effort – Scary huh..!!

To search for personal data following queries can be used :-




Recently, i read a book ‘Dangerous Google :: Searching For Secrets‘ by Michal Piotrowski which completely changed my view of Google forever.
The author wrote a very sticky line which engaged me into reading the book :-

Information which should be protected is very often publicly available, revealed by careless or ignorant users. The result is that lots of confidential data is freely available on the Internet – just Google for it.

The above commands (queries) are from this book only, to know more give the book a quick read-through.
I don’t know the author but the information provided makes me share it (hope it’s OK with the author).

Also See : Find Serial Keys Using Google

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6 Sure Ways To Get Your Newly Launched Site Recognized By Search Engines Quickly



You’ve launched a new site, S.E.O. optimized it and waiting for the search engines to index it so that you can get organic traffic. Search Engines could take anywhere between 3 to 6 months to completely crawl and index a new website. If your site is a blog on any pre-established platform like Blogger, WordPress etc then it can be indexed in less than 3 months but most new bloggers loose hope by then and quit blogging. You don’t want that do you?

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So, how to get your new site recognized quickly by search engines. Just follow the tips mentioned below and you would be indexed in no time.

  • First Create Yahoo Group on the niche your site is all about.
  • You can create a ‘lens’ for your site Squidoo.
  • Submit your site to search engine friendly directories like (it’s worth it).
  • There is no other best way to publicize your brand other than share media sites like Reddit, Digg, NowPublic etc.
  • You can also advertise your site on Craigslist, it’s free, relevent and localized.
These were the tips which i used to get my site indexed in less than a month, you can also try them and provide feedback in the comments section on how it worked out for you.

Huge List Of 100+ High PageRank Do-Follow CommentLuv Blogs

If you are a serious blogger, you would surely be knowing the importance of link building. Getting backlinks can help your blog in more than one way, like – Increasing Traffic, Improving Search Engine Ranking etc.

Trying to build a net of high quality backlinks for your blog is a pain and most bloggers couldn’t improve their search engine rankings and quit even before 3 months but there is an easy way too. You probably would have heard of ‘Commenting For Backlinks’.
Commenting on other high pagerank blogs could easily provide you with a high quality backlink which in turn would provide Massive Traffic and Page Rank Juice. But there is a catch, most blogs have comments section defined as ‘Nofollow’ which means Search Engine Spiders won’t be following the mentioned link and the link will be not good for increasing pagerank of your blog.
To get around this problem, i have created this list of high page rank blogs whose comments section is ‘Do-Follow’. The list contains pages from PR2 – PR6. Make sure your comment is long enough and unique so that it doesn’t look like spam.
List Of High PageRank Do-Follow CommentLuv Blogs :-
http://blondish. net
Some of these blogs would have comments moderation enabled, so make sure you post a good comment related to the article.
So, what are you waiting for – Go and start building your backlinks right away.