web ranking and SEO software

Web ranking and SEO software

Accurate Monitor for Search Engines is powerful web ranking software designed for search engine specialists and webmasters. It allows you to find out the position of your website in such major search engines as Google and Altavista for popular keywords and get more traffic to your site. Accurate Monitor offers advanced statistics, export, notes, plugins and an easy-to-use, convenient interface.

Free Monitor for Google is free SEO software designed both for SEO specialists and webmasters. It allows you to find out the rank of your website in Google Top for popular keywords, focus your promotion efforts more precisely then and get more traffic from Google. Google Monitor keeps statistics for several URLs and several lists of keywords. You can export data to CSV.

SEO Altimeter gathers all crucial web ranking info including Alexa Traffic Rank, Google PageRank, Link Popularity, Site Saturation and other vital SEO parameters. Time-saving, powerful, supports multiple URL check at once, keeps history and exports results into CSV – all you need to have another cup of coffee while SEO Altimeter works for you.

With Site Content Analyzer 3 you can discover the most relevant keywords, find out target phrases for your website, learn if your wbesite is optimized well comparing with your competitors, create branded keyword reports or export results to CSV for even more indepth analysis.

PaRaMeter stands for “PageRank Meter”. It allows you to check the Google PageRank website parameter with just one click. Of course, you can do it manually, but using PaRaMeter is faster, more convenient (especially with a bulk load of sites) and does not require Google Toolbar to be installed on your system.

Accurate Monitor for Search Engines (3.5 Mb)
AdWords Clever Wizard (1.7 Mb)
SEO Altimeter (2.2 Mb)
Site Content Analyzer 3 (3.1 Mb)
Free Monitor for Google (1.45 Mb)
BackLinks Master (1.26 Mb)
PaRaMeter (1.3 Mb)

Strategies For Marketing Your Facebook Fan Page

Strategies For Marketing Your Facebook Fan Page

Aside from a certain ineffable quality which goes with really successful marketing, there are some basic steps and tips which you can follow to get started.

  • Start by sending invites to the friends you already have on Facebook. On your Fan Page, on the left side of the screen is a “Suggest to Friends” link. You can use this feature to send out invitations to people either individually or in groups.

  • Use the Search function on Facebook to find new fans. You can use the “Posts by Everyone” search function to search inside peoples’ posts to discover who is interested in your niche and actively talking about similar products. This is sometimes easier than searching for communities or groups or trying to look through other Fan Pages for new fans.

  • Run an ad campaign. These paid ads appear on the sides of pages based on contextual relevance. You can set whatever kind of daily spending limit you are comfortable with. You can also start and end your campaigns at any time.

  • If you have Twitter, you can use the Facebook Fan Page Twitter Application to post an update and backlink to your Twitter feed time every time you update your Fan Page, automatically!

  • If you have your own website, you should add a Facebook Fan Box Widget which gives people a way to “like” your Fan Page directly from your website or blog.

  • Socialize. This may seem like a given, but to a lot of people it isn’t. You need to interact with people about a wide variety of topics in order to gain their trust and respect.

read entire article.. at: Domain Name Ninja Blog: Strategies For Marketing Your Facebook Fan Page.

How to Make a Facebook Page Tabs With Iframes

Custom Facebook Tab with Iframes

  1. Make a html, php or other type of web page and upload it to your web server. Instead of the code going directly into the Static FBML application the iframe application will be pulling the page you made to Facebook. This page will still need to fit within the Facebook size limit of 520px wide.
  2. Go to the Facebook Developers site.
  3. Create a new app by clicking on the ‘Set Up New App’ button.
  4. Give the app a name. I recommend naming it what you want the name of the tab to be. Agree to the Terms of Service and click on the ‘Create App’ button.
  5. Now for the fun part – the security check with the unreadable captcha. (I despise captchas but I guess that’s a topic for another day.)
  6. You will now be on the About Tab for the new application.

  7. Give the application a description. You can also upload an icon and a logo. I recommend at least using the icon because in the list of tabs on your page, your icon will appear rather than the iframe or static fbml icon. This is all we *have* to fill in on the About Tab.
  8. The next tab we fill out is SUPER important. This is Facebook Integtration.
  9. Canvas URL – fill out the directory where the file you uploaded is located. This DOES NOT include the name of the file. The URL must have a trailing slash. In my exampleit is http://kimwoodbridge.com/facebook2/
  10. Canvas Type – select, you guessed it, iframe.
  11. Iframe size – select auto-resize unless you want ugly scrollbars. Removing the scrollbars completely requires additional steps, which I will be discussing next week.
  12. Tab Name – this is what you want the tab to be called, such as Welcome, About, Contest, etc. The first time I tested this my tab name was ignored and the name of the Application was used, which is why I recommended naming the application what you want the tab to be called. I’m not sure why this happened or if I did something wrong the first time so if someone can clarify this, please let me know.
  13. Tab URL – this is the name of the file you uploaded. In my example it is index.html
  14. Click on Save Changes.
  15. You will now be on the screen with information about your new application. You do not need to submit it to the directory. Actually, you probably don’t want to do this because than anyone could add you custom iframe tab to their page – I don’t know why anyone would want to do this but you just never know.
  16. Click on the link on the right of the application information page that says ‘Application Profile Page’.
  17. You now need to add the application you created to your page. This is like adding any Facebook application, such as Static FBML. Click on the link on the left under the profile image that says ‘Add to My Page’. If you are an admin for multiple pages, you will need to select the correct page to add the new iframe page application to.
  18. Go to your page and you will see the new tab in the list under the page photo and, if you uploaded your own icon, you will see that next to the name of the new iframe page tab.

    Click More> Edit at the bottom of the list and you can move the tab higher up the list but it can’t go higher than Wall and Info.
  19. You can make this the default landing tab by going to Edit Page > Manage Permissions.


  1. You will have to make one of these for every custom tab that you want to make – if a page is going to have three custom tabs you will need to make three iframe apps for it.
  2. It is my understanding that if you are not logged into Facebook, you will not be able to see a custom tab created with iframes. This is not good for google searches that were locating our custom Facebook tabs. If I am wrong about this, please let me know.
  3. I have not yet figured out how to use code similar to visible to connection that is used to hide content from people who haven’t liked the page.


  1. More code flexibility – pretty much anything that will work on a html page will work on your iframe tab. For example, you can see that I added javascript to mine that shows my last twitter tweet. You can also add a video with the embed code and don’t have to use the fbml code for video. Other scripts and widgets will work too.
  2. You can add your Google analytics tracking code just like you would to any web page!
  3. You could make different pages in advance and quickly swap them out by simply changing the Tab URL in the application settings.
  4. Other? – You tell me.

You can visit the iframe tab I made here. I made a couple of changes to the content but I do need to update the video and make other changes.

If you would like assistance creating iframe tabs or transitioning your current tabs to iframes, please contact me for rates and to get added to my schedule.

read also: Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s Epic Upgrade To Pages


Google Instant

Google Instant

Google Instant is a new search enhancement that shows results as you type. We are pushing the limits of our technology and infrastructure to help you get better search results, faster. Our key technical insight was that people type slowly, but read quickly, typically taking 300 milliseconds between keystrokes, but only 30 milliseconds (a tenth of the time!) to glance at another part of the page. This means that you can scan a results page while you type.

The most obvious change is that you get to the right content much faster than before because you don’t have to finish typing your full search term, or even press “search.” Another shift is that seeing results as you type helps you formulate a better search term by providing instant feedback. You can now adapt your search on the fly until the results match exactly what you want. In time, we may wonder how search ever worked in any other way.


Faster Searches: By predicting your search and showing results before you finish typing, Google Instant can save 2-5 seconds per search.

Smarter Predictions: Even when you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, predictions help guide your search. The top prediction is shown in grey text directly in the search box, so you can stop typing as soon as you see what you need.

Instant Results: Start typing and results appear right before your eyes. Until now, you had to type a full search term, hit return, and hope for the right results. Now results appear instantly as you type, helping you see where you’re headed, every step of the way.

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TeamLab Create your corporate portal

Create your corporate portal

TeamLab Modules

Project ManagementBuild teams and assign tasks. Schedule project milestones, track project activity and generate reports.

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Business CollaborationView employee details, create posts in blogs and forums. Share photos, bookmarks and Wiki pages.

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DocumentsCreate, edit, save and share documents directly on your portal. Import docs base from Google Docs, Zoho, Box.net. Integrate documents into your project module.

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Instant MessagingChat with colleagues in real time. Get contact list automatically updated. Receive “what’s new” notifications.

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Send, receive and organize e-mail messages right on your portal. Filter messages according to your own tags.


Manage your customer relations directly on your portal. Use the multi-functional system to build efficient clients interaction.

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