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How to Fix Your Site Rankings If Google Panda Has Deranked your Website into an Oblivion!

In the recent months, I’ve been noticing less traffic coming to all of my blogs from Google.  Anyways, I thought it was because my site had too many ads or perhaps my content was “low-quality”.

Well, for about the last 2 or 3 weeks, I coudn’t figure it out, why are my rankings on Google tanking?

I even tried using Google Webmaster to see if I can get some answers directly from Google themself but no, I got an automated reply with a link to Quality Guidelines.

Anyways, I FIGURED OUT what Google Panda update is doing!

Google Panda is basically

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How to Make Money with Image Traffic!

You’ve probably seen these Google ads popping up on images at and wondering what the heck it is.

For those of you bloggers and web content people out there, Pixazza is a new way to make money online with image traffic.

Basically you can put ads on images, which is automated by Pixazza, and you get a share of CPC Pixazza receives.

Pixazza is also a Google Venture-backed company, meaning they are probably the best for this type of image monetization.

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WordPress Hack – How to Make Dynamic Magazine Style Theme Using WordPress 3.0 Featured Images!

You know WordPress 3.0 was introduced couple weeks back and I was so excited that Matt and their team have done a beautiful job of implementing “Featured Images”, which allow you to make a “dynamic magazine” style theme, while not hindering performance of your WordPress.

Before WordPress 3.0 was out, I had been using my own custom code, which uses ImageMagick to re-size images so I can fit them into my custom magazine-style theme.

But you know, it looked awful, I never liked it nor was it optimized.  My blog loaded slow beca

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OpenID Hacks – How to Setup OpenID for your Own Website!

Gina Trapani, founder of Lifehacker and one of my favorite hackers, shows you how to setup OpenID for your own websites so you can use one OpenID to sign into multiple websites.   This seems like a great idea for bloggers like myself who have at least a dozen different blog logins.

Why didn’t I think of this?

Best of all, this OpenID hack only involves just two HTML lines:

<link rel="openid2.provider" href="" > <link rel="openid2.local_id" href="" >

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WordPress 3.0 is Here! [Download]

Wow, WordPress 3.0 is out just now, it’s the most “impressive” WordPress version so far. I won’t be actually installing it on this blog until they work out the kinks/bugs but here’s some really cool features:

    Easy URL shortening right from Dashboard Customizable header menu bars without coding. WordPress MU integrated into WordPress 3.0, meaning you can use it to power millions of blogs from one installation. More CMS-type stuff Set your own admin name for added security New default theme – Twenty Ten that takes advantage of WordPress 3.0’

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WordPress DIY – How to Increase Your Blog’s RSS/E-Mail Subscribers!

For those of you bloggers out there who have been following my blog for awhile, you might have noticed that has been gaining more RSS/E-mail subscribers rapidly over the last 6 months ago.

Well, that didn’t happen because I was lazily sitting on my butt rather, I have been trying new things.

In this post, let me show you all my “secrets” and you can too, multiply your RSS/E-mail subscription growth for your blog.

1. Aweber E-mail Newsletter

First, I used to use Feedburner’s E-mail newsletter system for about 2 years.  In that time, I

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Twitter DIY – How to Automatically add Hashtags to your Blog RSS Feed Tweets!

In case you haven’t noticed, Google Feedburner has a great new Twitter feature that lets you automatically add hashtags to important keywords and categories.  I think this is a great way to get more exposure for your blog rss feed tweets.  The more hashtags you use, the more chances of your tweet being found/spread on the Twittersphere.

Adding hashtags to your tweets can certainly enhance the chances of your tweets being spread further into the Twittersphere.  If you have a blog and you are using tools like TwitterFeed or a wordpress plug-in, chances are that your bl

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WordPress DIY – How to Upgrade WordPress in 15 seconds!

For most of my life, I have been rather fond of doing things faster than every else as evidenced my the very first blog (arr HTML) post on

Upgrading my WordPress is no exception, I am always in a race with time plus I manage about 20 blogs, meaning I need to get them upgraded FAST if I want to have some time to kill later.

So, without delay, I’ve posted exactly how to upgrade a WordPress

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WordPress DIY – How to Manage Your WordPress Blog on Your Nexus One!

As a recent buyer of a Nexus One phone, Matt and the WordPress team just released WordPress app for Android, which comes to be at the perfect time as I happen to be away fr

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Linux Hack – How to Install DNS Cache!

Yesterday, I was doing some researching on a new Twitter app site I was making.  Since I was going to be dealing with a heap of data, I needed to make sure the web server was optimized as much as it can.  One of the way to optimize your web server (or even your Linux desktop), is to install “DNS Cache”.

DNS Cache basically caches your DNS queries so if you try to access the same domain name again later, it’s retrieved from the cache in less than 1ms instead of taking another 20 to 500ms. (This depends but usually, it takes anywhere between 20 to 500ms for a DNS fe

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