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  1. The following is a small list of good freelance sites.
  2. Elance.com - so far the largest online marketplace for free lancers and service buyers
  3. Aquent.com - offers marketing organizations a wide range of services including consulting, studio solutions, project management, and translation/localization.
  4. Adveres.com - another cool marketplace for freelancers.
  5. Bidradar - recently merged with governmentbids.com and published mostly government-owned jobs for freelancers.
  6. CGI Lance - largest marketplace for CGI scripts.
  7. CTITjobs.net - most projects are programming and web design and even technical support for IT-related problems.
  8. Codelance.com - custom software development and webhosting for companies outsourcing offshore.
  9. Coswap.com - offshore marketplace for web design jobs.
  10. Design Quote - a reputable marketplace for graphic and design jobs.
  11. Developreneurs.com - an online marketplace where buyers looking for web development services can receive bids from dozens of qualified service providers.
  12. Ework.com -delivers three outsourced value-added services— integration and implementation for eWork Enterprise 5, business process consulting to streamline contingent workforce business processes, and a comprehensive workforce staffing management service.
  13. Freelance Auction - almost all services are offered here.
  14. Freelance Auction Network - is designed to bring affordable high quality services to small business owners and provide freelance contractors from around the world a better way to market their services.
  15. Freelance.com - a good place for independent professionals, freelancers, and service buyers.
  16. Freelance Writers - the best site for non-fiction writers.
  17. Freelancefree.com - the first and best free freelance website.
  18. Freelancewriting.com - another great freelance site exclusively for writers.
  19. Freelancewebprojects.com - all services offered and requires all freelancing talents.
  20. Freelanceseek.com - available in 7 major European languages.
  21. Freelancewebprogramming.com - another freelance site for webmasters and programmers.
  22. Getafreelancer - this is my favorite freelance site so far. I am a member of this site and having some decent customers in SEO and writing.
  23. Guru.com - Use Guru.com’s free service to search for and find freelancers. Post your project. Get free quotes within hours. Outsource your contract work today.
  24. Hirecoders.com - not only a marketplace but also a general classified for job seekers and employers.
  25. Ifreelance.com - huge freelance site for talented people.
  26. Listbid.com - a very simple freelance site but has a bigger population.
  27. No Agencies Please - is a free freelance site concentrating on programming and design.
  28. NUJ Freelance Directory - the biggest freelance job board in UK.
  29. OutsourceToday.net- is the online market place where buyers can post their projects. Businesses and consultants such as freelance programmers, copywriters etc will bid for the work you outsource and you can select the best one that matches your requirement.
  30. Projectlance.com - one of the busiest freelance sites.
  31. PHPfreelancers.com - freelance for php programming.
  32. Programmingbid.com - dozens of programming jobs posted everyday.
  33. Project4hire.com - marketplace for designers, programmers, offshore companies, and more.
  34. Rentacoder.com - one of the biggest and reputable freelance sites.
  35. Scriptlance.com - big freelance sites with thousands of service providers from India.
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20 Ways to Increase your Alexa Rank

Here is a collection of methods you can use to boost your Alexa Rank. Most of these tips are derived from several fellow webmasters I know who claimed to have derived positive results through their experiments with the Alexa Rankings.

Some of the other tips were derived articles and sources, which I have duly referenced at the end of this post.

To increase your Alexa rank in the long run, I would highly recommended that one focus on developing quality content which attracts and maintains a large audience instead of purely focusing on artificially increasing your Alexa Rank.

Great link-worthy content will leads to an natural increase in site traffic and is an excellent way to passively increase your Alexa rank.

It is important to emphasize that you should devote most of your efforts in growing your site audience alongside integrated implementation of any of the following tips below.

  1. Install the Alexa toolbar or Firefox’s SearchStatus extension and set your blog as your homepage. This is the most basic step.

  2. Put up an Alexa rank widget on your website. I did this a few days ago and receive a fair amount of clicks every day. According to some, each click counts as a visit even if the toolbar is not used by the visitor.

  3. Encourage others to use the Alexa toolbar. This includes friends, fellow webmasters as well as site visitors/blog readers. Be sure to link to Alexa’s full explanation of their toolbar and tracking system so your readers know what installing the toolbar or extension entails.

  4. Work in an Office or own a company? Get the Alexa toolbar or SS Firefox extension installed on all computers and set your website as the homepage for all browsers. Perhaps it will be useful to note that this may work only when dynamic or different IPs are used.

  5. Get friends to review and rate your Alexa website profile. Not entirely sure of its impact on rankings but it might help in some way.

  6. Write or Blog about Alexa. Webmaster and bloggers love to hear about ways to increase their Alexa rank. They’ll link to you and send you targeted traffic (i.e. visitors with the toolbar already installed). This gradually has effects on your Alexa ranking.

  7. Flaunt your URL in webmaster forums. Webmasters usually have the toolbar installed. You’ll get webmasters to visit your website and offer useful feedback. It’s also a good way to give back to the community if you have useful articles to share with others.

  8. Write content that is related to webmasters. This can fall in the category of domaining and SEO, two fields in which most webmasters will have the Alexa toolbar installed. Promote your content on social networking websites and webmaster forums.

  9. Use Alexa redirects on your website URL. Try this: http://redirect.alexa.com/redirect?www.yourdomainname.com . Replace yourdomainname.com with the URL for your website. Leave this redirected URL in blog comments as well as forum signatures. This redirect will count a unique IP address once a day so clicking it multiple times won’t help. There is no official proof that redirects positively benefit your Alexa Rank, so use with caution.

  10. Post in Asian social networking websites or forums. Some webmasters have suggested that East Asian web users are big Alexa toolbar fans, judging by the presence of several Asia-based websites in the Alexa Top 500. I suggest trying this only if you have the time or capacity to do so.

  11. Create a webmaster tools section on your website. This is a magnet for webmasters who will often revisit your website to gain access to the tools. Aaron Wall’s webpage on SEOTools is a very good example.

  12. Get Dugg or Stumbled. This usually brings massive numbers of visitors to your website and the sheer amount will have a positive impact on your Alexa Rank. Naturally, you’ll need to develop link worthy material.

  13. Use PayperClick Campaigns. Buying advertisements on search engines such as Google or Exact Seek will help bring in Traffic. Doubly useful when your ad is highly relevant to webmasters.

  14. Create an Alexa category on your blog and use it to include any articles or news about Alexa. This acts as an easily accessible resource for webmasters or casual search visitors while helping you rank in the search engines.

  15. Optimize your popular posts. Got a popular post that consistently receives traffic from the search engines? Include a widget/graph at the bottom of the post, link to your Alexa post or use Alexa redirection on your internal URLs.

  16. Buy banners and links for traffic from webmaster forums and websites. A prominent and well displayed ad will drive lots of webmaster traffic to your website, which can significantly boost your rank.

  17. Hire forum posters to pimp your website. Either buy signatures in webmaster forums or promote specific articles or material in your website on a regular basis. You can easily find posters for hire in Digital Point and other webmaster forums.

  18. Pay Cybercafe owners to install the Alexa toolbar and set your website as the homepage for all their computers. This might be difficult to arrange and isn’t really a viable solution for most. I’m keeping this one in because some have suggested that it does work.

  19. Use MySpace . This is a little shady so I don’t recommended it unless you’re really interested in artificially inflating your Alexa Rank. Use visually attractive pictures or banners and link them to your redirected Alexa URL. This will be most effective if your website has content that is actually relevant to the MySpace Crowd.

  20. Try Alexa auto-surfs. Do they work? Maybe for brand new sites. I think they are mostly suitable for new websites with a very poor Alexa rank. Note that there be problems when you try to use auto surfs alongside contextual ads like Adsense. They aren’t also long term solutions to improving your Alexa Rank so I suggest using with caution.

Resources on Alexa Rank

Several of the tips listed above were taken from Maki article on Alexa Ranking.

Websites that are ranking well can suddenly find that certain pages, or even the entire website now are listed on the very last page of google results - they have become one of many hit by the google 950 penalty.

What is the google 950 penalty?
A website or page suddenly drops to the last page of google results, a loss of approximately 950 places, hence the term "950 penalty"
Does the penalty actually exist?
Why is the penalty applied to a website?
Is the penalty manually given or automatically given?
How can a website solve the google 950 penalty?

For all this queries visit Nice Blog at Google 950 Penalty

According to ComScore's August 2008 search engine rankings, YouTube is now the number two search engine in the world, surpassing Yahoo.

YouTube fetched over 2.6 billion search queries that month, trumping Yahoo's 2.4 billion—though Google itself still reigns supreme with 7.6 billion queries (together, Google and YouTube field 10.2 billion).

It’s also worth noting that Google owns YouTube, thank makes Google #1 and #2
A simple look at most people’s log files will show that Google is larger than Yahoo, MSN, ASK and every other engine combined.. they are where Microsoft was with the desktop 10 years ago…
We suspect that there will be anti-trust suits eventually regarding it.

Youtube has overtaken Yahoo and is now the number 2 search engine in the world. Attached is three months report (courtesy comscore) that clearly shows how you tube enjoys more than 2.5 B queries.
How can we benefit:
Number of Backlinks: All the links are no follow but still appear on yahoo site explorer.
Traffic: Drive traffic to our websites. You tube serves more than 100 million videos per day.
Thought: Links can be added in description and same videos published on our blogs. Videos ought to be very informative to have organic trafiic and hits.
PPC: Google has introduced sponsored ads model (much like google search) into Youtube (http://ads.youtube.com). Youtube now lets advertisers promote their commercial clips alongside the search results of youtube videos. In short a google monetization model for youtube.

GMail Introduces Beautiful Themes and Colors To Your Mail Box on November 19, 2008

They launched 30 odd themes
For Official announcement visit http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/11/spice-up-your-inbox-with-colors-and.html

To download a youtube video to your computer, enter the YouTube URL for the video in the box .It will be downloaded in flv format - use VLC or another compatible player to view it. http://www.techcrunch.com/get-youtube-movie/

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New Google Help Forums

Posted by VPPS Group | 11/09/2008 | , , | 2 comments »

Got a burning question about how to best use Google Talk? On September 25, 2008 google launched a new Forum within Google Help that allows you to ask questions about Google Talk and have them answered by both Google employees and other Google Talk fans. We believe this new platform will make it even easier for you to find help, and for Google employees and fans to share their knowledge of the product.
For more about New Google Help Forums Visit Links:
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/11/new-google-help-forums.html
http://googletalk.blogspot.com/2008/09/new-google-talk-help-forum.html

Web Server Error Code Messages

Posted by VPPS Group | 10/21/2008 | 45 comments »

200
OK
- The request has succeeded. The information returned with the response is dependent on the method used in the request.

201
Created
- The request has been fulfilled and resulted in a new resource being created.

202
Accepted
- The request has been accepted for processing, but the processing has not been completed. The request might or might not eventually be acted upon, as it might be disallowed when processing actually takes place.

203
Non-Authoritative Information (since HTTP/1.1) - The information received is not from the server that the information was requested from, but from another source.

204
No Content - There was no content to be given for the request. For instance if you click on a hyperlink, image map, or button that isn't linked to anything or doesn't do anything.

205
Reset Content - A script has reset the displayed content.

206

Partial Content - Only partial content has been displayed. This could be due to bandwidth, poor caching, bad html, or other reasons.

300

Multiple Choices - Indicates multiple options for the resource that the client may follow. It, for instance, could be used to present different format options for video, list files with different extensions, or word sense disambiguation.

301

Moved Permanently - The requested resource has been assigned a new permanent URI and any future references to this resource SHOULD use one of the returned URIs.

302

Found
- The requested resource resides temporarily under a different URI. Since the redirection might be altered on occasion, the client SHOULD continue to use the Request-URI for future requests.

304

Not Modified - If the client has performed a conditional GET request and access is allowed, but the document has not been modified, the server SHOULD respond with this status code.

307

Temporary Redirect - The requested resource resides temporarily under a different URI. Since the redirection MAY be altered on occasion, the client SHOULD continue to use the Request-URI for future requests.

400

Bad Request - The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax. The client SHOULD NOT repeat the request without modifications.

401
Unauthorized
- The request requires user authentication. The response MUST include a WWW-Authenticate header field containing a challenge applicable to the requested resource.

403

Forbidden - The server understood the request, but is refusing to fulfill it. Authorization will not help and the request SHOULD NOT be repeated.

404

Not Found
- The server has not found anything matching the Request-URI. No indication is given of whether the condition is temporary or permanent.

408

Request Timeout - Client stopped the request before the server finished retrieving it. A user will either hit the stop button, close the browser, or click on a link before the page loads. Usually occurs when servers are slow or file sizes are large.

410

Gone - The requested resource is no longer available at the server and no forwarding address is known. This condition is expected to be considered permanent.

500

Internal Server Error - The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request.

501

Not Implemented - The server does not support the functionality required to fulfill the request. This is the appropriate response when the server does not recognize the request method and is not capable of supporting it for any resource.

502

Service Temporarily Overloaded - Server congestion; too many connections; high traffic. Keep trying until the page loads.

503

Service Unavailable - Server busy, site may have moved, or you lost your dial-up Internet connection.

504

Gateway Timeout - Most likely the client has lost connectivity (disconnected from the internet) or the client’s host is having technical difficulties. This could also mean that a server that allows access to the requested server is down, having bandwidth/load issues, or otherwise
unavailable.

505

HTTP Version Not Supported - The server does not support the HTTP version used by the client. (This usually occurs if the server is using an OLDER version of HTTP than the client.)Connection Refused by Host

Either you do not have permission to access the site or your password is incorrect.

File Contains No Data

Page is there but is not showing anything. Error occurs in the document. Attributed to bad table formatting, or stripped header information.

Bad File Request

Browser may not support the form or other coding you're trying to access.

Failed DNS Lookup

The Domain Name Server can't translate your domain request into a valid Internet address. Server may be busy or down, or incorrect URL was entered.

Host Unavailable

Host server down. Hit reload or go to the site later.

Unable to Locate Host

Host server is down, Internet connection is lost, or URL typed incorrectly.

Google Audio Indexing Now On Google Labs

Posted by VPPS Group | 9/24/2008 | , | 1 comments »

Google Launches Audio Indexing in Google Labs.The dedicated site offers more features, such as "search within video" and "sharing," and a more robust user interface.
In addition, the user will have the option of either watching the entire video, or starting from the exact point where the key word is mentioned.
For more about Google Audio Indexing Visit Links:

  1. http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/google-audio-indexing-now-on-google.html
  2. http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/09/17/google-launches-audio-indexing/

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Five bombs have ripped through busy shopping areas of India's capital, Delhi, within minutes of each other, killing at least 18 people, police say.
A series of Six explosions rocked Delhi, One after other Bombs rocked delhi … The first explosion was reported at Karol Bagh (Gaffar Market). Second blast was reported in Central Park of Connaught Place near The famous Pallika Bazaar Market followed by a third blast in GK’s M-Block market and two blasts at Barakhamba Road and Just got a report about one more blast at New Delhi Railway Station.
55 killed in three blasts in Delhi - Source Rediff.com/news
BOMB ATTACKS IN INDIA IN 2008 - Source BBC News
13 September: Five bomb blasts kill 18 in Delhi
26 July: At least 22 small bombs kill 49 in Ahmedabad
25 July: Seven bombs go off in Bangalore killing two people
13 May: Seven bomb hit markets and crowded streets in Jaipur killing 63

From Wikipedia
In some countries, Teachers’ Days are intended to be special days for the appreciation of teachers. Some of them are holidays while others are celebrated during working days.

In India Guru Divas September 5 It is the birthday of the second President of India, academic philosopher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. It is considered a "celebration" day, where teachers and students report to school as usual but the usual activities and classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance. At some schools on this day, the responsibility of teaching is taken up by the senior students as an appreciation for their teachers.It is a great day *Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan's Introduction in Hindi