Friday, October 14, 2011
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Tuesday, October 04, 2011 at 12:42 PMWebmaster level: All
Earlier this year google announced a limited pilot for Search Engine Optimization reports in Google Analytics, based on Search queries data from Webmaster Tools. Thanks to valuable feedback from our pilot users, we’ve made several improvements and are pleased to announce that the following reports are now publicly available in the Traffic Sources section of Google Analytics.
- Queries: impressions, clicks, position, and CTR info for the top 1,000 daily queries
- Landing Pages: impressions, clicks, position, and CTR info for the top 1,000 daily landing pages
- Geographical Summary: impressions, clicks, and CTR by country
To enable these Search Engine Optimization reports for a web property, you must be both a Webmaster Tools verified site owner and a Google Analytics administrator of that Property. Once enabled, administrators can choose which profiles can see these reports.
Article Source : http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2011/10/webmaster-tools-search-queries-data-is.html
Friday, September 30, 2011
Many long-time SEO's are now looking at the big picture and working with usability analysts. Some SEO are scam artists. I find it interesting that so many newcomers are given the wrong impression that there is one almighty answer to doing well in search engines. SEO are specialized techniques used to optimize your web site, to be Search engine friendly and increase your chances of placing well in searches. But SEO can also be the most profitable methods of driving leads because any leads you receive from SEO are free leads.
There are a large number of companies that adopt a fast and unethical approach to SEO known as Black Hat SEO. They employ unethical techniques that are against search engine policies. The best results from SEO are rarely achieved overnight. Black hat SEO are the techniques used to fool the search engines in order to bring in more traffic to websites. Website owners who unknowingly utilize black hat techniques of SEO are more vulnerable to changes in search engine algorithms and faced being banned.
Watch out for SEO Tools and software that is outdated and totally useless. Always research before you buy any SEO software because the search engine Algorithms are constantly changing thereby improving their search technologies to provide the most relevant results for their users. SEO tools for Google, MSN and Yahoo are numerous. SEO tools for press release optimization were also launched by PRWeb at the end of June called SEO Wizard. Search engine optimization is not easy, but with the right SEO tools, your website promotion task just got a lot easier. Blogs are one of the best SEO tools around and some like WordPress are free. Google Sitemaps' are a powerful SEO tools which you can get free by visiting my website.
MSN has launched a suite of SEO tools to go with their Pay Per Click product Adcenter. There are many SEO tools available on the internet, some are better then others, and some are not. Header tags, proper Keyword density, proper text formatting fonts, start text key-phrase as whole phrases, alt image tag text, links pointing to your site and each page and your domain name itself are some things to pay attention too. Many specialized SEO tools can help you determine the popularity and the competitiveness of your possible keywords and can help improve your search engine ranking particularly in Google.
Writing fresh content for SEO plays a large role in keeping visitors on a web site. Let's talk unique web page content and SEO content strategy. Finding a good SEO content writer is easier than you think. Just run a Google search or checkout elance.com. What is good SEO Content? It is unique, quality information that your visitors can use and is helpful to them. RSS feeds are an invaluable tool in the SEO content toolbox. If you scrape SEO content and end up scraping a couple spam pages, you may get noticed even more because someone is investigating the other spam pages.
The primary factor that will determine whether your SEO content is "good enough" is the content provided by competing websites. You need unique content that nobody has in order for it to pass duplicate content filters. That's why it is important to get your content articles indexed before you submit them to the search engines. I think nowadays though search engine algorithms can trace back the content and see who published it first, so at least make sure you publish it to your website or blog before submitting it to article directories.
To strengthen the theme of your web site, you need keyword rich SEO content. SEO content writing tips content writer's main aim is to create a new written piece which is original, simple, informative and also to the point. Write specific targeted SEO content for the independent pages. Unique SEO content remains king. Showing your visitors you can really write unique, compelling content, your traffic will grow very fast. Earlier it was just content writing but now it is widely known as SEO content writing. However there are some strict rules enforced on SEO content. Once you have visitors, your SEO content should be converting them into customers. With effective SEO content on your website, half of your search engine rank optimization work is done.
Ethical search engine optimization is a must or you will get banned. It's not if, it's when. Search engine optimization was and still is fascinating to me. Search Engine Optimization is a crucial part in a websites success. The objective of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is to achieve high natural search engine placement for relevant keywords or keyword phrases. Hiring an ethical search engine optimization company to rank well in the natural results is essential to long term success.
Your white hat Search engine optimization (SEO) campaign will provide you with a long term increase in targeted traffic and qualified visitors to your Web Site. Visit my site often and add it to your favorites as I update you with the latest news and rumors in the search engine optimization industry everyday. The effects of bad search engine optimization are devastating and very depressing. Each website is unique in its own way and hence your (SEO) plans differ from website to website.
My site has some tips on how to perform search engine optimization (also know as SEO) on your website. I have a free, comprehensive guide to the practice of search engine optimization for those unfamiliar with the subject if you send me an email. There's a lot of hype out there about search engine optimization (SEO) services. Some are good and some are bad. Read through Google's terms of service as they have some information on their site about it.
Too often, visual design and SEO are perceived as a mutual sacrifice. Pay-per-click and SEO are targeted to get your website placed as close to the top of search engine results as possible. Pay-per-click cost money, but the clicks from SEO cost you nothing. SEO are considered as the main factors in enhancing the traffic of one's website. Both, PPC and SEO are important. The truth is, the most rewarding part of SEO are often the slowest to reward. PR and SEO are based mostly on editorial credibility and relevance, not a direct payment for exposure.
SEO are specialized techniques used to optimize your web site, to be Search engine friendly and increase your chances of placing well in searches. There are a large number of companies that adopt a fast and unethical approach to SEO known as Black Hat SEO. The main components of on-page SEO are optimization of the title tag, the headline tag, the body text and the Meta tags. Companies interested in SEO are occasionally not very happy with how their website looks. Programmers with an understanding of SEO are in high demand. As a matter of fact, sites with excellent Search Engine Optimization are making giant leaps in rankings and getting a major boost in free traffic with Google's new update.
Great web usability and SEO are wasted if folks who visit your web can't tell that you are worthy of their trust. Those who specialize in SEO are in the unique position of understanding the web in a way that no traditional marketing agency can hope to. White hat and black hat SEO are two opposing views of how to do search engine optimization so if you use one, choose with great care. The second most important aspect for high SEO is the headers. Use H1, H2, H3, H4 headers.
Many of the techniques that can be used for SEO are banned by the various search engines. The benefits of SEO are almost unlimited. Bad techniques of SEO are a strict 'NO' - Like same color text as the background and Doorway pages can get your website banned. The five forces of SEO are relevant Keywords, unique Content, clean Code, relevant Links and proper use of Technology. Designing for users and designing for SEO are not mutually exclusive goals. There will be compromise. White hat SEO are techniques that follow precisely the rules and guidelines provided by search engines stand a better chance of receiving traffic and higher rankings than black hat techniques.
For this reason it is important to try to stay updated as far as new SEO are concerned. The off-page elements of website promotion and SEO are just as important. The majority of issues with SEO is very basic and just takes time to be picked up on search engines. Web design and SEO are two very different disciplines, but a certain degree of collaboration is required. It's easy to see why effective SEO are now very much in demand. Black hat SEO is techniques used to trick or manipulate search engines for higher rankings.
If done properly, the results of your SEO efforts are very impressive. Those who practice what some refer to as "ethical" and "correct" SEO are called White Hat SEO's. The most important for SEO is to follow the rules and you won't have anything to worry about.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/347015
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Built with the latest in web technology (AJAX, HTML5 and CSS3), Dynamic Views is a unique browsing experience that will inspire your readers to explore your blog in new ways. The interactive layouts make it easier for readers to enjoy and discover your posts, loading 40 percent faster than traditional templates and bringing older entries to the surface so they seem fresh again.
Dynamic Views is much more than just new templates. With just a couple clicks, you’ll get infinite scrolling (say goodbye to the “Older posts” link), images that load as you browse, integrated search, sorting by date, label and author, lightbox-style posts for easy viewing, keyboard shortcuts for quickly flipping through posts, and one-click sharing to Google+ and other social sites on every post.
No two blogs are the same, so you can choose from seven different views that display text and photos differently. For example, if you have lots of photos on your blog, you may prefer Flipcard or Snapshot. If your blog is more text-heavy, then Classic, Sidebar (what you’re seeing now on Blogger Buzz) or Timeslide may be preferable. Here’s a quick description of each of the new views, along with links to some of our favorite blogs where you can check each of them out in action.
- Classic (Gmail): A modern twist on a traditional template, with infinite scrolling and images that load as you go
- Flipcard (M loves M) - Your photos are tiled across the page and flip to reveal the post title
- Magazine (Advanced Style) - A clean, elegant editorial style layout
- Mosaic (Crosby’s Kitchen) - A mosaic mix of different sized images and text
- Sidebar (Blogger Buzz Blog) - An email inbox-like view with a reading page for quick scrolling and browsing
- Snapshot (Canelle et Vanille) - An interactive pinboard of your posts
- Timeslide (The Bleary-Eyed Father) - A horizontal view of your posts by time period
Adding a Dynamic View to your blog is as easy as changing your template. Log in to Blogger, click on the Template tab on your dashboard, and select whichever view you want to set as your default. Note that readers can still choose to navigate your blog in a different view by selecting from the pulldown in the upper left of the screen.
If you want to add your own touch to any of these new views, you can upload a header image and customize the background colors. We’ll be adding more ways to customize Dynamic Views in the coming weeks.
We hope you enjoy the latest update to Blogger, and that, as always, you tell us what you think by completing this short survey.
Note: In addition to Blogger Buzz, several other official Google blogs will be featuring Dynamic Views through the weeks and months ahead, including the Gmail Blog, LatLong Blog and Docs Blog. We’re excited to bring Dynamic Views into the fold and we'll be looking at how to incorporate this new technology across Google’s blog network in the long term.
Article Source : http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/dynamic-views-seven-new-ways-to-share.html
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 5:00 AMWebmaster level: Intermediate to Advanced
Much like rel=”canonical” acts a strong hint for duplicate content, you can now use the HTML link elements rel=”next” and rel=”prev” to indicate the relationship between component URLs in a paginated series. Throughout the web, a paginated series of content may take many shapes—it can be an article divided into several component pages, or a product category with items spread across several pages, or a forum thread divided into a sequence of URLs. Now, if you choose to include rel=”next” and rel=”prev” markup on the component pages within a series, you’re giving Google a strong hint that you’d like us to:
- Consolidate indexing properties, such as links, from the component pages/URLs to the series as a whole (i.e., links should not remain dispersed between page-1.html, page-2.html, etc., but be grouped with the sequence).
- Send users to the most relevant page/URL—typically the first page of the series.
The relationship between component URLs in a series can now be indicated to Google through rel=”next” and rel=”prev”.
There’s an exception to the rel=”prev” and rel=”next” implementation: If, alongside your series of content, you also offer users a view-all page, or if you’re considering a view-all page, please see our post on View-all in search results for more information. Because view-all pages are most commonly preferred by searchers, we do our best to surface this version when appropriate in results rather than a component page (component pages are more likely to surface with rel=”next” and rel=”prev”).
If you don’t have a view-all page or you’d like to override Google returning a view-all page, you can use rel="next" and rel="prev" as described in this post.
Outlining your options
Here are three options for a series:
- Leave whatever you have exactly as-is. Paginated content exists throughout the web and we’ll continue to strive to give searchers the best result, regardless of the page’s rel=”next”/rel=”prev” HTML markup—or lack thereof.
- If you have a view-all page, or are considering a view-all page, see our post on View-all in search results.
- Hint to Google the relationship between the component URLs of your series with rel=”next” and rel=”prev”. This helps us more accurately index your content and serve to users the most relevant page (commonly the first page). Implementation details below.
Implementing rel=”next” and rel=”prev”
If you prefer option 3 (above) for your site, let’s get started! Let’s say you have content paginated into the URLs:
On the first page, http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=1, you’d include in the
<link rel="next" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2" />
On the second page, http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2:
<link rel="prev" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=1" />
<link rel="next" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=3" />
On the third page, http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=3:
<link rel="prev" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2" />
<link rel="next" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=4" />
And on the last page, http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=4:
<link rel="prev" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=3" />
A few points to mention:
- The first page only contains rel=”next” and no rel=”prev” markup.
- Pages two to the second-to-last page should be doubly-linked with both rel=”next” and rel=”prev” markup.
- The last page only contains markup for rel=”prev”, not rel=”next”.
- rel=”next” and rel=”prev” values can be either relative or absolute URLs (as allowed by the
<link>tag). And, if you include a
<base>link in your document, relative paths will resolve according to the base URL.
- rel=”next” and rel=”prev” only need to be declared within the
<head>section, not within the document
- We allow rel=”previous” as a syntactic variant of rel=”prev” links.
- rel="next" and rel="previous" on the one hand and rel="canonical" on the other constitute independent concepts. Both declarations can be included in the same page. For example, http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2&sessionid=123 may contain:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=2”/>
<link rel="prev" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=1&sessionid=123" />
<link rel="next" href="http://www.example.com/article?story=abc&page=3&sessionid=123" />
- rel=”prev” and rel=”next” act as hints to Google, not absolute directives.
- When implemented incorrectly, such as omitting an expected rel="prev" or rel="next" designation in the series, we'll continue to index the page(s), and rely on our own heuristics to understand your content.
Article Source : http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2011/09/pagination-with-relnext-and-relprev.html
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
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- Just type in the "Share what's new" box at the top of your Google+ homepage.
- Add a photo, video, link or location information by using the small icons in the post box.
- Choose sharing options. Whatever option you selected in your previous update will appear by default. Click the small "x" in each sharing button to remove. Note: Green signifies public options including extended circles, while blue indicates that you've chosen circles.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Hum Bhi Badnaseeb He Hum Yeh Baya Nahi Karte,
Samne Woh Rahte He Per Hum Keh Nahi Sakte,
Yeh Jante He Hum Unko Pa Nahi Sakte, Isliye Samne
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Anna hazare on Thursday declared that he will join Baba Ramdev in his protest fast against black money saying he won't allow the government to weaken the anti-corruption agitation.
"I will join Baba Ramdev on June 5. The fight is against corruption. I will talk to Baba on how to go forward on the fight against corruption. The government has tried to cheat us. The government had assured us that they would look into our demand," he said.
"I will support Baba Ramdev so that the government does not do what it did when we were fighting. We will fight together against corruption," he added.
Anna Hazare also said that there is no divide in the civil society ove rthe Lokpal bill.
"There is no two views on Lokpal bill between us and Baba," he said.
Meanwhile, the UPA's outreach to Baba Ramdev continues. Ministers are expected to meet Ramdev on Thursday as well.
The Cabinet too is expected to discuss the Ramdev issue. significantly the Congress Core Committee will also meet today. Baba Ramdev though is firm on going ahead with his fast, starting Saturday.
The meetings come even as the party indicated it was miffed with the government's red carpet rolled out to the Yoga guru at the airport on Wednesday - he was received by four Union Ministers and the cabinet secretary.
The party is also worried about the fact that the RSS has come out in support of Baba's protest.
Article Source : http://ibnlive.in.com/news/i-will-join-baba-ramdev-on-june-5-anna-hazare/156084-3.html
By :Upesh Rajak
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Am I ready to own a horse?
This may be your child's pony, but you are ultimately responsible for it. Don't buy a pony for a child when the child is the only source of knowledge of horse care and handling. If you aren't experienced with horses, take the time to learn before you buy. You don't need to become an expert, but you do need to be confident with horses to be able to set a good example, and you need enough knowledge to make decisions about horse care.
Chances are your child has a riding instructor. Talk to them about buying a pony. Take advice from experienced horse people who know your child. They'll be the best source to tell you if you and your child are ready to own a horse, and they'll be an important resource later on too. If you are going to keep your pony at a livery stable, talk to the managers there. If they understand your level of knowledge and experience, they'll be better able to help you out when you need it.
Is my child committed to horses?
Many young riders are infatuated with horses, and many children feel that has to manifest in having their own pony. But when it comes down to getting out of bed early every morning to feed and care for it, when it's snowing and cold, when they've fallen off or been stepped on for the umpteenth time, when caring for a horse gets really dirty and smelly - will your child still feel the same? If you have reason to doubt your child's
commitment, then don't buy.
Monday, May 23, 2011
Throngs of people gather with the gentle darkening of the sky westward to the harbor waterfront of Mallory Square. There, you are greeted by a slew of sights and sounds of the many street performers and vendors along the dock. All this just a short drive from your Bluegreen Resort villa at The Hammocks. You and your entire family are sure to enjoy the happenings on Mallory Square.
There are lots of things to see while you wait for the infamous sun to set. Catch the dynamic Will Soto, the tightrope walker extraordinare. If you're lucky, you'll be able to watch him walk on rope with the blazing sunset afire behind him. Snap a picture of this and you'll surely make your friends and family jealous as you regale them about your fantastic Bluegreen vacation.
You can also catch Bounce, OOO LA LA and Daniel an exhilarating theatrical schmorgasbord of juggling, unicycling, globe walking, equilibristics, music, mime, puppetry, audience participation and fast paced comedy. Your kids are sure to be entertained by these fun and colorful characters.
If you're hungry, you can always grab something at the many vendors peppering the Mallory Square Dock. Try some Key West conch fritters and some Key Lime Ice tea while you wait for mother nature's fabulous show to start. Or counter the Florida heat with a tropical fruit smoothie or a virgin pina colada! This is the icing on the cake of a fun-filled Bluegreen vacation with your family.
If it's souvenirs you're after to commemorate your Bluegreen vacation but you don't want to miss the sunset, peruse one of the many stalls and carts of arts and crafts from seashell and coral art to paintings of seascapes, jewelry and clothing. You're sure to find a unique Key West treasure while at Mallory.
When that precious moment finally arrives and the entire dock and horizon is awash in beautiful fiery reds and oranges, make sure you snap a ton of pictures to remember this beautiful moment from your unforgettable Bluegreen vacation. Soak in the sleeping sun and the murmurs of "oohs" and "aahs."
So if you're staying at the Bluegreen resort The Hammocks at Marathon, make sure you make that drive to Mallory Square where there's always a celebration of life and nature every night. It's mother nature's light show at its finest. You won't regret it.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/6273596
Thursday, May 19, 2011
The history of Gwalior is that of a great king, who by misfortune suffered a deadly disease called Leprosy. In olden ages, this disease was seldom known and hence the king was bound to lose his life. The king was so depressed and at this juncture a sage arrived to the kingdom named Gwalipa, who cured the king of his disease and even changed his name. The king was impressed by the sage and he decided to rename this place as Gwalior. The visitor's guide to Gwalior will tell you more about the best times to visit this place and also about the weather conditions.
The best time to visit this place is in the months of October to March. The summers are a bit hot. So it's advised that you don't visit Gwalior in these months. There are a lot of tourist attractions in Gwalior. The visitor's guide to Gwalior will tell you more about these places. The Gwalior Fort, Suraj Kund, Sas Bahu Temples, Jas Vilas Palace, Man Singh Palace and the State Archeological Museum are some of the important tourist spots in Gwalior. The people are as tough and persistent as the arid terrains of Gwalior.
The visitor's guide to Gwalior will tell you how to reach this place by all means of transport. The Gwalior airport is located at about 8 km from the main city and is well connected with flights to major cities in India. The railway station is located in the city itself with trains plying from Delhi and Chennai regularly. The road network is also well connected to major cities in and around Madhya Pradesh. The hotels in Gwalior are well built and are replete with modern day amenities. So you can shy away your apprehensions and start packing to this historical destination in India for a relaxing vacation.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Success is a state of mind. Our tangible achievements, goals reached, certificates earned, or talents developed are the result of our thoughts. And if thoughts lead to actions, actions lead to habits, and our habits are what determine our eventual character and destiny - would this logic not suggest that in order to accomplish big things, we must first develop the ability to think big? And yet, thinking big is not enough. We also need to think differently, talk big, believe more, act big, act now, and act consistently in order to become great and accomplish our goals and dreams in life.
It is important to remember though that thinking big is not the same as dreaming big; in fact, I would argue that they are quite different. Everyone has big dreams - and these dreams are no more than merely hopes and wishes. The ability to think big, however, requires a different state of mind, mental discipline and re-programming, and actually thinking differently than the majority of the mediocre individuals we are constantly surrounded by. Thinking big entails action, changing our perspective, overcoming the voices of fear and doubt, believing in ourselves and our dreams, developing the ability to not worry what others say or think, and establishing goals and a plan that will result in big actions that reflect our big thinking.
Perhaps one of the greatest examples of changing our perspective, re-programming our minds, and thinking big and differently is demonstrated in one's ability to get out of the typical employee mindset. This unfortunate mindset is not only detrimental to one's potential, but it is so commonly accepted that it has become cultural. It is made evident in actions and mentalities such as: doing just enough work to keep your job, only doing work that falls under your responsibilities, thinking of your own schedule and needs rather than the company's or customers, getting excited about pay-raises and promotions, thinking that working for 40+ years for a meager retirement is somehow desirable, and believing that resumes and GPA's and job titles are what determine your abilities and potential.
Thinking big and thinking differently, in regards to getting out of the typical employee mindset, would entail doing more than asked or required, setting lofty goals and working hard to achieve them, becoming a producer and never trading time for money, not believing that grades or standardized test scores or institutions attended dictate your career potential, and realizing that this employee mindset carries over into every aspect of life and is thus the leading reason as to why people so often fail to accomplish their goals, dreams, and become successful in life. Those individuals who continue in this unfortunate mentality develop a dependency upon a boss or company for their career advancement, daily survival, and personal and social approval; and because of this, they fail to develop the necessary attributes for success in anything - which are: thinking big, developing self-confidence, desiring success, believing in themselves and in their dreams, taking risks and overcoming fears, learning from failures, and being willing to be different and do whatever is required to obtain success.
This employee mentality is but one example and situation as to how we can think differently and think big; the reality is that the same principles apply to any circumstance, situation, challenge, goal or dream. Never forget, however, that just because these principles are applicable to any setting or goal we have - we still need to apply the principles! Thus, thinking big is a futile endeavor unless followed by action. To become and accomplish more entails not only a change in mentality but also a change in habits.
Decide now to always think big. Establish lofty goals and specific plans to achieve and realize your dreams. Develop the ability to think differently. Never fall victim to the dominant culture of contentedness and the ease of mediocrity. Train your mind to never worry what others think or say, and learn how to eliminate the voices of fear and doubt. Commit now to doing whatever necessary - as hard and long as it may be, and despite the failures that inevitably result - in order to accomplish your goals and dreams. And always remember that in order to accomplish big things, you must always think big, talk big, and act big!
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/3589038
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Life can sometimes get on top of you and make you feel as if you have no hope and as a result you can start to feel depressed and powerless. But you may be feeling depressed but you are not powerless.
If you want to begin to feel better then first you need to just put your worries aside for a second.
I know it's easier said than done but just trust me on this one.
Get a pen and paper and write down the things that you have in your life to be grateful for. Even if it's as simple as running water, clothes on your back, a roof over your head, eyes to be able to read this etc, etc.
Keep writing until you can't think of anything else that you have to be grateful for. Have a think about this and think about how lucky you are to have these things.
Now take a fresh sheet of paper and write down all the things that you appreciate about yourself. What's great about you? Are you a good friend? A great listener? Maybe you're really good at drawing or a great cook?
Be honest because if you look hard enough there is something amazing about all of us. Again keep writing until you can't think of anymore or your arm hurts through writing whichever comes first.
Now just think about these things, who you are as a person and what you have to be grateful for and you should begin to feel a heck of a lot better. There is always a way out, you just need to believe in it.
Do not beat yourself up over what you haven't done just give yourself credit for what you have done. Don't ponder of what you haven't got, be grateful for what you have and I assure you, you will start to feel a whole lot better.
When you begin to feel better you will feel more motivated and like you can do more but you have to start with yourself. Do something you enjoy, put on some music you love and start to dance or a comedy. But shake off them blues because they don't change anything they don't help anyone least of all you.
Keep your chin up because you have plenty to be grateful for it's just sometimes hard to see this when you are feeling down. When you start believing that you can feel better you will start feeling better.
Start with a smile, just a little one and then feel it deep inside your soul till you're grinning like a Cheshire cat. Smiling helps shift your emotions and your mood. You deserve to feel better, the fact that you're reading this tells me you want to. So go on, enjoy yourself do something fun.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/6250220
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Bin Laden’s neighbours noticed unusual things
Although the house is large, it was unclear how three dozen people could have lived there with any degree of comfort.
Neighbors said they knew little about those inside in the compound but bin Laden apparently depended on two men who would routinely emerge to run errands or to a neighborhood gathering, such as a funeral. There were conflicting details about the men's identities. Several people said they were known as Tariq and Arshad Khan and had identified themselves as cousins from elsewhere in northwestern Pakistan. Others gave different names and believed they were brothers.
Arshad was the oldest, and both spoke multiple languages, including Pashto and Urdu, which are common here, residents said.
As Navy SEALs swept through the compound early Monday, they handcuffed those they encountered with plastic zip ties and pressed on in pursuit of bin Laden. After killing the terror leader, his son and two others, they doubled back to move nine women and 23 children away from the compound, according to US officials.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
(CNN) -- The mission that killed one of the world's most notorious terrorist leaders was carried out by U.S. forces with the cooperation of Pakistan, U.S. President Barack Obama said Sunday night.
Osama bin Laden -- the longtime leader of al Qaeda -- was killed by U.S. forces in a mansion about 100 kilometers, or 62 miles, north of the Pakistani capital of Islamabad along with other family members, a senior U.S. official told CNN.
Members of Pakistan's intelligence service, the ISI, were on site in Abbottabad during the operation, a senior Pakistani intelligence official said.
Bin Laden resisted the assault and was killed in a firefight, senior administration officials said.
The Pakistani intelligence official said he did not know who fired the shot that actually killed the terror mastermind.
U.S. sources including a senior official and a congressional source familiar with the operation said bin Laden was shot in the head.
Three other men were also killed in raid, as was a woman who was being used as a human shield, senior administration officials said.
The U.S. team was at the compound for about 40 minutes, the officials said. There were no casualties on the American side, although a U.S. helicopter crashed during the raid due to mechanical problems. The helicopter was then destroyed for security reasons, senior administration officials said.
A senior administration official told reporters that Obama's administration did not share intelligence gathered beforehand with any other country -- including Pakistan -- for security reasons.
The official said only a small group of people inside the U.S. government knew about this operation ahead of time. Another official said a "small U.S. team" was involved in the operation; but the official would not confirm any U.S. military involvement.
However, a senior defense official said U.S. Navy SEALs were involved.