May 28, 2011

Galaxy Ace Tip: How to transfer the contacts information from SIM card

If you are using the same carrier’s SIM card as the new phone carrier, it is very easy to transfer the contacts information to your new Samsung Galaxy Ace, just take the following steps.


  • Step 1: From the homescreen tap Applications

  • Step 2: Tap Contacts

  • Step 3: Press the Menu key

  • Step 4: Tap Import/Export

  • Step 5: Select import from SIM

  • Step 6: Press the Menu key

  • Step 7: Tap Import all

If your Samsung Galaxy Ace carrier is different from your former carrier, as it is an android smartphone, you need to export your contacts as .cvs file to your computer, then import it to your gmail and then sync it to your Samsung S5830.


There are two ways to add a photo to a contact icon:

  • go to the gallery, open the photo, press the capacitive menu button (the one on the left), select more and in the more menu select 'set as' and then select contact icon and select contact which you want to assign it to, or
  • You can just go to the Contacts menu, open the contact and then press the capacitive menu button, and select edit contact, then in the edit screen, you will see a little plus sign on the silhouette photo, press that and then select if you wanna add the photo from the album or take a photo

May 8, 2011

Common SEO Mistakes That You Should Avoid

Over the past few months, we see that there are hundreds and thousands of new bloggers evolving on the blogosphere. However, over a prolonged period, only few sustain. Why does this happen? Where do people go wrong? One simple reason could be an improper Search Engine Optimization. Rather than aiding SEO, people with or without their knowledge make the situation worse. I have enlisted few commonly made SEO mistakes that one should avoid.


This is the most commonly made mistake by many newbies. They buy a domain name or choose one from the available blogspot domains keeping in mind to right some content say about "Making Money Online", "About Blogging" or some other stuff. But over a period of time, as they run out of content/topics, they tend to change their track and write a content which is completely not related to their title/URL. This happened to one of my fellow blogger and do you know the final result??? His blog was blacklisted on Google!!!


There is a lot of buzz when it comes to ON-SITE SEO and OFF-SITE SEO. The basic reason being the difficulty in understanding the two SEO's. Later, comes the problem of optimization. Though I myself have a lot of difficulties in finding the difference between the two, I would suggest you to have the following for your blog - proper TITLE TAGS for your post (CLICK HERE TO OPTIMIZE), INDIVIDUAL META TAGS For Your Post (CLICK HERE TO ADD THEM) apart from the REGULAR META TAGS (CLICK HERE TO ADD THEM), proper links within your site - INTERNAL LINKS, ensuring that images have PROPER ALT TAGS and so on. Note: I don't stress too much on META KEYWORDS tag because, I never experienced any improvement having placed that tag on my blog.


One common fault which I encountered personally from my experience and through repeated search for SEO mistakes was to identify the potential keywords for your blog. I know it becomes a hectic process to identify the exact keywords for your blog. You might consider an SEO expert to do the job for you. If you are a blogspot user like me, the forget this point because we can't do much about it.

However, a person planning to host his/her website should consider doing a keyword research before building his/her website to know, what exactly people are searching for. With the automatic suggestions enabled on Google Toolbar or the search box, it has become a little easy to know what people usually search for in their niche. So, I would suggest you to optimize your site for those suggested keywords on Google.


Sitemaps are the most essential structures when comes to SEO. Every blog should posses a structured sitemap so that the search engine robots can easily distinguish those pages which are already indexed and those which need to be indexed. I will soon publish an article for creating a structured sitemap for blogspot users. However, you need to create a sitemap using Google Webmaster Tools. I assume that many would have done this essential step. If not, do it now!!!

I know many people who indexed their pages would have used "atom.xml" when they created a sitemap for their blog. Doing so will index only a maximum of 25 URLs. Use the text "atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=100" to get 100 posts indexed on your blog. You can vary the number as you want. I don't know how well it works. But, I use both for my blog. You can have a look at the screen shot above to understand this better.

cara ni ok, kalau sapa2 guna blogspot, kalau wordpress banyak plugin yg boleh leverage rss feed ni

Though there are a number of mistakes which we bloggers make, I enlisted only very few of them. However, I will be posting more about this topic in the upcoming weeks. If you know more about this stuff and you wish to share with us, you can consider writing a guest post on our blog , or just leave a comment below. We would love to hear from you!!!

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