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I got New Firefox Add- ons:: Gmail Manager…..

I got New Firefox Add- Ons Gmail Manager….. It’s really useful add-ons. in this add-ons you can open multiple account at same time suppose i have 5 account in gmail, i can open all 5 account at a same time.. it’s really useful during submission in SMO. i hope you will like this add-ons and use this freeware service offered by mozilla firefox. here is the direct download link: Gmail… Continue reading »

Google Webmaster Tool have some new exciting feature

Hi Everyone, Happy Diwali and prosperous new year… I am waiting for this post and i though that one from you can give us some knowledge about this. Recently one or two days back google webmaster tools launch a “Lab” section to make sound efforts to provide valuable information to the webmaster tools. Labs have two exciting feature and one of them is related to dilip’s last post about malware…. Continue reading »

What is Robots.txt?

Robots.txt is a simple text file that sits on the server with your web site. It’s basically your web site’s way of giving instructions to search engines about what how they index your web site. Search Engines tend to look for the robots.txt file when they first visit a site. They can visit and index your site whether you have a robots.txt file or not; having one simply helps them… Continue reading »

FireFox 3.0 Arrives With World Record

Hey, Now its time to upgrade your firefox, New and latest version of FireFox comes with more speed and more secure features.. And guess what It makes a world record for the maximum download in one day of any singel software.. you can find out the number of downloading by download page. Download Link : Do search for some good add-on for SEO use… Happy Surfing 🙂

Sitemap.txt Support By Google, Yahoo & MSN

This isn’t the first time the major search engines have come together for an announcement regarding how they support publishers. In late 2006, all three joined together to support XML Sitemaps and launched, followed in April 2007 with support for Sitemaps autodiscovery in robots.txt and in February 2008 with more support for more flexible storage locations of Sitemap files. In early 2005, the engines declared support for the nofollow… Continue reading »

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