I am participating in Relay For Life of Corona! Please support me with a donation.
Last Year my blog readers helped me raise $1,060 for the relay walk!
here is a recap Donate here!
This film of Nikola Tesla’s life is an epic story of youth against the establishment & good against evil. HELP CHANGE HISTORY NOW!
ABOUT OUR PROJECT : TESLA’S NAME HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM OUR HISTORY! HELP US MAKE THIS FILM AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT WHO DR. TESLA IS…WE NEED TO GET BACK HIS LEGACY AND CHANGE HISTORY!
Friends of Electricity | the Life Story of Nikola Tesla : In support of Electricity, Olafur Haraldsson has generously allowed us to use “Passing Through” his beautiful cinematic work with poetry by Dr. Nikola Tesla. Be guided in this wonderful presentation through the landscapes of Iceland embraced by the gentle rhythm of Nikola Tesla words.
The more information created and distributed about this great American Hero will help people come to know Dr. Nikola Tesla, helping to correct America’s history.
Saturday 5/19/12 was the relay for life in corona at Santana Park. I signed up for the walk the very last week of fund raising & my good friends at WickedFire helped me raise $1,060 for the relay walk! I’m truely greatful for being in such a great industry and having friends who will donate to a good cause!
Do you know that Google is currently the biggest website online, and also the biggest search engine in the world? Google also happens to be sending the highest number of visitors to most websites online, and the reason for that is very simple; when people need solutions to their problems, they go to Google.
There are two ways you can get traffic from the Google search engine. The first way is by constantly writing quality content that will hopefully get noticed in a few years time, and the other way is by actively taking measures to optimize your site and make sure it is in the right frame to rank well in the search engines. The second approach is the one I use for my yahoo small business coupon and midphase coupon blog, and this approach has been quite effective for me in the past, and is still bringing me great results.
The problem, however, is that there are things you should (and should not) do to help you get better rankings in the search engines, and in this article I will be giving you some reasons why your site isn’t ranking well.
It is Taking too Long to Load
Another major reason why your site might not be ranking well in the search engines is that it is taking too long to load. More than ever, search engines are now starting to place more emphasis on having fast loading sites, and as a result it will be very difficult for irritably slow sites to rank well in the search engines.
You can increase your chances of ranking well for your desired keywords in the search engines by optimizing your site and working on ensuring it loads faster for all users.
Poor Site Structure and Lack of Quality Content
One thing that might affect your site a lot and cost you some rankings is your site structure. Just try to take a look at your site structure and ask yourself if it is user-friendly or if it is unorganized. A good user-friendly site is also search engine friendly, due to the fact that links are all organized in one place and are easy to find, and also because the quality of the content regularly published is superb.
The structure of your website is very important, and the quality of your content should be second to none, so make sure you work hard on improving these aspects of your blog.
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I have supported Blog Action Day for the last 3 years. Allowing my readers to be more aware and how big of a voice bloggers have online.
Blog Action Day is an annual event that unites the world’s bloggers in posting about the same issue on the same day. Our aim is to raise awareness and trigger a global discussion around an important issue that impacts us all.
Blog Action Day 2010: Water from Blog Action Day on Vimeo.
Right now, almost a billion people on the planet don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water. That’s one in eight of us.
Unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation cause 80% of diseases and kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Children are especially vulnerable, as their bodies aren’t strong enough to fight diarrhea, dysentery and other illnesses. The UN predicts that one tenth of the global disease burden can be prevented simply by improving water supply and sanitation.
But, water moves beyond just a human rights issue. It’s an environmental issue, an animal welfare issue, a sustainability issue. Water is a global issue, deserving a global conversation.