Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Watch Sushil Kumar, first man to win Rs 5 cr on 'KBC'

Posted by Sumit Rana

Hey guyz how you doing well today in the morning when i was go through my newspaper i read such an awsome news that a men from Bihar Sushil Kumar won 5 crores in KBC season 5.History was made when Sushil Kumar, a computer operator from Bihar, became the first ever contestant to win five crore rupees on 'Kaun Banega Crorepati 5'.

Now that's an amount 27-year-old Sushil Kumar, from Champaran, Bihar, could only dream of a couple of days back. But on Wednesday morning, that dream turned to reality after he became the first crorepati on this season of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati 5'.'Kaun Banega Crorepati 5' host Amitabh Bachchan said, "My heartiest congratulations to Sushil, his family, his wife and all his friends who came to support him."

"First and foremost, I will build a house for myself and then I will help my brothers start their businesses. I'm also very fond of reading, so now I will buy many books, start a library and read a lot," said Kumar.


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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Microsoft Windows official Angry Birds theme for Free

Posted by Sumit Rana

Angry Birds Games - As you know that Angry Birds is a very popular games especially since it had been downloaded and installed by 100 million users and even more from all of the world. Recently, Angry Birds game on Chrome found permanent home where any internet user can play this engrossing game for free.For keeping cute angry birds around you 24*7 just read the below article and enjoy the great fun.

This time we have brought you guys the Angry Birds official Angry Birds theme for Windows.Any Windows 7 user can download official Angry Birds theme for free on their Windows PC.

Theme package has 5 cool looking Angry Birds background wallpapers including: Angry Birds in red and yellow, Pigs happy and damaged and Angry Birds contruction view. one of screen shot is given below:-

Click here to download

 Click here to download theme package for official Angry Birds theme for Windows 7. Just click Download link, extract package and double click “Angry Bir” file to preview and use theme on Windows 7 PC. This theme can only be used in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate editions. More five good looking background wallpapers with thene are :-


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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Grab The Latest Feature Of Facebook "TIMILINE"

Posted by Sumit Rana

Hello frinds how you doing well from last few months we getting lot of updates from facebook and today a new and amazing update has been added to facebook profile. this evening when i was goin through one of my friends website FBUPDATES and i got to know about the features of facebook timline.Recent Timeline feature on Facebook has been applauded by most of the users generally. This new feature, though many think has security concerns, yet has changed the Facebook design for good as the response of the users has been more on the positive side. 

Timeline not only makes your profile look better but it seems to be a moving mosaic of photos and videos with so much information at a single place arranged in order of date and time. 
This surely makes the users spend more time checking out their friends profile to see what they did when.If some of the readers have not yet changed to the new profile they can get started with this feature just by clicking the link below.

Anyways this new feature needs some taking to. So here are some easy tips and tricks with pictures to help you make best of this new Timeline feature.

1. View All Your Timeline Content

Facebook’s mysterious algorithm decides which stories will showcase on your Timeline.
However, it also includes half-hidden posts. Posts that are marked on your Timeline, but not displayed, are noted by a blue dot on the central line. You can view these posts by clicking on the individual blue dots.
A quicker method is to click on the three blue dots underneath each year. This gives you the option to view all stories within that year.

2. Hide Stuff From Your Timeline

As we’ve pointed out, the Timeline gives friends the ability to view your entire Facebook history.

For this reason, we imagine the first thing most people will want to do is to “sanitize” their Timeline. The good news is, it’s simple to hide what you don’t want showing.

When you see a post you’d like to nix, just hit the pencil icon at the top of the post and select “Hide from Timeline.” This doesn’t delete the content from your account, but it will keep it safe from prying eyes.

3. Customize Your Favorites Boxes

Next up is the ability to customize the boxes that appear under your cover photo. The “Friends” and “Photos” boxes are fixed, but you can play around with the others.

To edit the boxes, click on the small arrow icon on their right. All boxes that can be moved or removed will have a pencil edit icon appear as you hover.

Hitting on the pencil brings up edit options to remove or swap boxes. To add a Facebook app, or one of the new social apps, click on the plus sign on an empty box.

4. Hide the Sidebar

You can make Timeline look even less cluttered by hiding the sidebar.

To do this, click on the arrow icon at the very bottom right of your screen. The sidebar will collapse, but leave the adverts to bug you — although, we’ve got a tip for those too…

5. Get Rid of an Annoying Advert

If a specific ad is really bothering you, simply adios it from your display.

Hover over the advert and click the “X” that appears at the top right. This gives you the option to hide it or hide all ads from that advertiser.

If you choose to hide the ad, Facebook gives you the further option to tailor what kind of ads appear on your account.

6. Change an Album’s Primary Photo

Albums you’ve created will show up in your Timeline. However, you can change the large, or “primary” image.

Click the pencil edit icon to select a different image from the album that will appear in the big window.

7. Feature a Post on Timeline

Make certain posts appear larger on your Timeline so they take up a double column space.

To do this, click the star icon in the top right corner of the post. You can minimize large posts the same way.

8. Customize Your Subscription Updates


When you subscribe to someone’s public updates, Facebook defaults to “Most updates.” You can change this.

Either go to the person’s profile and click the “Subscribed” drop down menu or, more efficiently, go click your “Subscriptions” favorites box (under your cover photo). This gives you a bird’s-eye view of the people you’ve subscribed to.

Now, if you hit the “Subscribed” box for each person you can tailor exact updates.

9. View Your Private Activity Log


If you’ve hidden items from your Timeline, but still want to review all of your Facebook content, look to your private Activity Log. Click on the “View Activity” box under your cover photo.
Now, by selecting a type of content from the “All” drop down menu, you can browse all your past Facebook activities, organized by date.

10. View Your Profile Through Someone Else’s Eyes


As with the former version of Facebook, you can view how others see your Timeline.
Click the cog icon under your cover photo; then select “View as…”
You can now enter a friend’s name or click on the “public” hyperlink to see how stranger’s view your Timeline.

11. How to Poke


Facebook has downgraded the famous “poke” in the new Timeline design.

If you still want to “poke” your Facebook buddies, you have to head directly to their profiles. Under a friend’s cover photo, next to the “Message” box, there’s a cog menu. Click this and you’ll see the option to poke. As always, use wisely.

Thanks to MASHABLE for this useful information.

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

How To Blog And Earn Money Online

Posted by Sumit Rana

Hey guyz how are you? everytime you visit my blog and grab the information i am providing to you but you ever think that you can also become a good blogger and spread knowledge and also you can earn through blogging.

Now a days blogging is bringing fortune to many people, professionals as well as amateurs. Effective blogging is not only about writing good content but play some little tricks to make sure that people read it.If you are really serious to earn money from your blog then you need to keep a few things in mind.

First of all find out the topic of your interest,which you always want to talk about so that its become easy for you to right article about that topic on your blog and your immenese knowledge about that topic make others to read that. Fevourite topics in todays time are Technology,blogging tricks,adsense tricks,social media news etc. do not choose the topics like cars,body building etc.

This will cover your knowledge part now come to the earnign part ads are the only way to earn through your blog place several types of ads listed below on your blog. You will be paid per click for them,the price of click will be decided by the type of ad displayed at that time and from which region of the world that click has been clicked. type of ads available on internet:-

1.Google adsense:-Click here to undertsand the concept of google adsense

2.Ads fly

3.Selling links

4.Selling space on blog for ads

5.Guest posting


7.Social spark

But the most important of all is, you need to ensure steady traffic to your blog. You need to be regular with updates, relevent with contents and aware about topics which attracts maximum interests of poeple. for first few months just do your job of quality postings regularly and don’t expect great results, it will automatically follow with time. Finance and Banking, Technology and entertainment blogs holds higher traffic potentials and quality blogger on these topics can generate good earnings from them…

In other posts I will go into greater details onto how you become a paid reviewer and how you use your PR network or use your blog cautiously for keyword optimization and put advertisements into it. All of these will lead you to learn how to earn money through your blogs.

For more tricks to get traffic on blog and earn from blog visit BLOGGING TRICKS.

Below are some tricks to get genuine traffic on your blog or website:-

  1. Turn your articles and blog posts into PDFs using free PDF converters like OpenOffice. Then submit your PDFs to document sharing sites like Scribd and DocStoc.

  2. Write truly informative and useful articles related to your niche, and publish them on WikiPedia.

  3. Hold a contest and give prizes to your readers. Use social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook to let people know about the contest. A good contest with good prizes will attract a lot of people.

  4. Build a wiki page for your blog. To ensure your page doesn’t get deleted, create an article that is educational, informational, and not self-promoting.

  5. Write list posts like the one you are reading. Readers love posts like “10 ways to make money” or “6 ways to drive traffic to your blog”. List posts are amongst the most popular kinds of posts, and people tend to share list posts with others more often than other posts.

  6. Make flyers with a catchy title and a description of your blog, and post them on bulletin boards in the entrance to supermarkets and other community buildings.

  7. Post frequently, but don’t sacrifice quantity for quality. Both search engines and visitors like to see fresh, quality content. The more content you have, the more chances you have for ranking for variety of keywords, which will mean more organic traffic for your blog.

  8. Make a lens (or more) using Squidoo and in it, place a few links back to your blog.

  9. Submit your blog to directories relevant to your niche, like InsLink.com (an SEO/webmaster directory).

  10. Make it easy for non-technical readers to link to your blog or share your links with other people by making a “How to link to us” page. Here, give readers easy instructions on how to link to your blog with your keywords as anchor text.

  11. Submit your blog to search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. Or simply use AdMe.com to submit your site to over 25 search engines for free.

  12. Use sites like Odiogo to turn your blog into a podcast, then submit your podcast to podcast websites.

  13. Answer questions related to your niche on YahooAnswers and other Q & A sites. Include a link to your blog in the resource box.

  14. Submit your blog to social bookmarking sites like Digg and StumbleUpon.

  15. Write and submit articles to article directories like EzineArticles and ArticleDashboard.

  16. Turn your articles to videos using free video creation services like Animoto, and submit them to video directories such as YouTube and DailyMotion.

  17. Build a Facebook fan page for your blog.

  18. Make use of plugins like Tell-a-Friend to let your readers quickly share your posts with their friends and family vie email.

  19. Use Hi5 to build a page for your blog and create a community around it.

  20. Don’t clutter your blog with too many pictures, ads, and so on. Keep it clean and easy to navigate. This will help both search engines and visitors to navigate around your blog easily and quickly.

  21. Join BlogEngage to submit your blog and create a community around it.

  22. Ping your blog posts using free ping services such as Pingler and Pingoat.

  23. Create a hub about your blog on HubPages.

  24. Register with few good niche-related forums and use your signature to place links pointing to your blog. Participate in discussions and contribute as much as you can.

  25. Make it easy for your readers to share your posts by installing social bookmarking plugins likeSocialMarker and Digg Buttons.

  26. Readers like to read other people’s comments, especially those who responded to their comments. So, take advantage of that by using a plug-in like Comment Notifier to automatically let your readers know of new comments posted on your blog.

  27. Make your blog more search engine friendly by using SEO plug-ins such as Platinum SEO Pack.

  28. Target long-tail keywords with low competition and try to rank for them. Such keywords are easier to rank for in search engines and give you much more targeted traffic.

  29. Make a MySpace page for your blog.

  30. Make business cards with your blog info on them, hand them to friends and family, and ask them to pass them on. Mall parking lots are good place to pass your cards around. In some states you can even put your business card on windshields. You can get up to 250 free business cards using sites like VistaPrint (although you do have to pay $5 shipping).

  31. Submit your blog to the free directories like DMOZ (hard to get into, but well worth the effort!).

  32. Write a good press release, or hire a professional to do it for you (you can get a pretty decent press release written for you for $5 on Fiverr.com), and submit them to free press release distribution sites like PR.com.

  33. Write creative and attention-grabbing ads about your blog, and publish them on free classified ads sites such as CraigsList and UsFreeAds.

  34. Controversial posts attract visitors. Write a controversial post. Be creative and bold, but be careful not to cross the boundaries.

  35. Ask an expert or a trusted, well-known person in your niche for an interview. Then post the entire interview on your blog, either as a text post or as a video.

  36. Leave quality comments on blogs that are related to your niche. Make sure your comments add value to the blog. Don’t just spam-comment and hope for the best. It never works, and your links will get deleted. Worst of all, you might get blacklisted from the site. If you leave a useful comment, people will be more likely to visit your blog.

  37. Use free banner-making tools like BannerFans to make an interesting banner for your blog. Then find other bloggers in your niche and exchange banners with them.

  38. Exchange links with other blogs in your niche. Don’t go overboard with this technique, or exchange links with each and every blog you find—be selective and make sure the context for your link is appropriate. Most people use their main keyword as the anchor text for their link, that’s good for SEO. But, if you want to get more traffic from those links, instead use attention-grabbing text as your anchor text. Don’t use “Make Money Online” for your link text—people are used to seeing those links all over the web. Instead use something like “10 ways to make $10 in 10 minutes.”

  39. If you find interesting posts on other blogs, write a post about them and link to them. The other bloggers will notice and might do the same for you.

  40. Find good blogs in your niche that accept guest posts. You can either search manually or make it easy for yourself by registering for free with MyBlogGuest, which matches guest bloggers with blogs that accept guest posts. Write and submit your best articles to get the maximum exposure. Don’t just submit the article and leave. Make sure you follow up and respond to comments and questions that readers of those blogs ask.

  41. Submit your site to review sites that write reviews on other websites and blogs, likeCoolSiteOfTheDay.

  42. Submit your blog to BlogCatalog.

  43. People love free stuff, so give out freebies that are related to your niche. If you are in “online money making” niche, a free ebook that teaches people who to make money on Twitter might make an appropriate freebie.

  44. Write a page on 43things.com about your blog and what you want to do with it.

  45. Use your keywords in the title of your posts. Having your keyword in the title makes it easier for you to rank for that keyword, thus bringing you more organic traffic.

  46. Use your blog’s name as your username on forums, social networking sites, and other places like YahooAnswers. People are curious by nature, so they may check out your blog out of curiosity and if you have good compelling content, they may become your loyal readers.

  47. Make a bumper sticker with your blog address on it, and place it on your car’s bumper. You can even ask your friends and family to do the same for you!

  48. Make a Twitter profile for your blog and tweet each and every post you publish on your blog.

  49. Register with EntreCard and start dropping your card on other blogs. You will be amazed how much traffic you can get from EntreCard.

  50. Register with ComLUV.com and download their plugin.Then use the Global CommentLuv Search to find blogs related to your niche and comment on them. It will return up to ten (recent) posts that will be sent back when you comment on a CommentLuv enabled site. Most are dofollow blogs, and you will get dofollow links back to your most recent posts. This is good for link building and getting some traffic.

  51. Make a free ebook with a link back to your site in it, and submit it to free ebook sites likeGetFreeEbooks.com.

  52. Buy .info domains with long-tail keywords in them and use a redirect to send the traffic they receive to your main site.

  53. Rent a mailing list and send high-quality content with a link back to your site to all the subscribers. Take care with this technique so that you’re not blacklisted as a spammer, though. Find a reputable list broker—or, if in doubt, why not start your own?

  54. Post a classified ad on eBayClassified with a link to your site.

  55. When you eat out, leave a good tip along with a business card with your site info on it.

  56. Create a short report with resell rights and and include your links in the report. Give it to people for free: those people can sell the report to others as their own, so long as they don’t remove your links. The results of this technique will surprise you.

  57. Come up with a really crazy but buzz-worthy post and submit it to NowPublic.com (Previously known as Truemors). If it’s good enough, it might just go viral!

  58. Go to YouTube, find popular videos related to your niche and start commenting on those videos with a link back to your blog. Youtube videos get thousands of views, and since most people are sociable creatures, they will read the comments no matter how far down the list your comment is.

  59. Create a page (personal or business) at LookUpPage.com. You can add as many links to your blog as you like. Write a short “about” post about yourself or your blog, and make sure to link to your Twitter and other social networking sites as well. After creating the page, bookmark it usingSocialMarker and ping it with Pingler (or any other tools you like).

  60. Register with Visible.me for free, and add links and information about your blog. Its a great way to build your brand and get a few backlinks from a high-PR (6) dofollow site.

  61. Submit your RSS feed to RSS aggregators. Here, I don’t mean just your blog’s RSS feed: grab the RSS url of every site you have a link on (example: if you submit articles to ezine.com, you will have your own “author RSS” URL), and go to RssMix.com. It will let you make a custom RSS feed. Take that and submit it to RSS directories and aggregators. This will put your RSS feed on steroids—and will give you many more backlinks.

  62. Make a few (yard) signs with your blog’s URL and a good title related to your niche, and place them on highway exit ramps, at busy intersections, and so on. Make sure you abide by the laws in your own state or country if you try this approach.

  63. Put an ad in your local newspaper. If you live in a small town, it may not be very expensive to have an ad on your local newspaper—or on TV or radio, for that matter.

  64. Order some T-shirts with your blog URL and title printed on them and give them away. People will check out your URL!

  65. This is just for fun, so enjoy it! Make a big and I mean big sandal (or flip flop) with your blog’s URL engraved on the bottom, go to a busy beach, and start walking all over the sand! Leave your mark for others to see. 

    I hope you all will enjoy this article and best of luck for yoyr blogging future.


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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Using GOD MODE in Windows

Posted by Sumit Rana

hello friends,today i go through an intersting article,even very intersting till now, then any article i have posted on windows registry hack.

Do you ever heard about the god mode on windows 7 or 8 or vista also,i hope some of you may not aware of this. So lets have a look what is this!!!

Windows in God mode? On first instance this looks joke but it is true and NOT A JOKE. God mode makes you true Windows God allowing you to access all Windows settings without having to click or hop between different dialog windows. You can open God Mode in upcoming Windows8 and existing Windows 7, Vista 32 bit and Windows Server 2008 (32 bit) operating systems.

How to turn on and use god mode on windows:-

1. On your Windows computer, right click on desktop to create a new Folder. Then rename the newly created folder as:

2. Then folder icon will change to Control Panel icon with now name as ‘God Mode’on the desktop. Double click it to open window as seen below.

It provide access to virtually every setting of Windows operating system. As pointed by lessthandot, there are over 46 different sections of settings. Ready to be GOD of Windows?

i had enjoyed it totaly__itz your turn to have fun with your computer.


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Monday, October 3, 2011

What Does Subscribe To Some One Means On Facebook

Posted by Sumit Rana

Hey guyz how you doing? well this days i am not able to give suffciet time to my blog due to busy schdule of lmy last year in college and lot of tension going around me for my placement.ok lets leave it this matter as this not only my problem all my last year friends goin through this tough period of life having lot of pressure from family side also.

So today's topic is about the new feature provided by the facebook thst is subscribe button ,which is still not understood by lot of facebook users or clients.

Subscribe feature, was introduced on Wednesday in what many are calling an attempt to copy social media rivals Google+ and Twitter.The new feature allows users to “subscribe” to people’s profiles and see their updates without being their Facebook friend.

The updates of people you subscribe to will appear in your news feed along with your friends’ updates, however, you will only be able to see the updates that the poster marks as “public.” For those who are concerned about the privacy of your posts, note that if you have your settings on “friends only,” subscribers who are not your Facebook friends will still not be able to see your updates. And if this still isn’t satisfactory, you can always disallow the subscribe option altogether so you will not begin accumulating subscribers.

letz see what this change in facebook will do for us because from last few months most of the changes made in facebook making facebook quite complicated and FB is loosing a bit of its consumers alsoas it is getting bored day by day due to these changes,

Anyhow till it get bored for you enjoyy it___and stay with us for latest updates.enjoyyy___cheerz__:)__:)__:)__:P_:)

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