Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Facebook Timeline Change: Again

Ready for some more design tweaks to your Timeline? If not, watch out.Facebook is experimenting with some significant changes that are already showing up for a small number of users — and may roll out to the masses very soon. 

The new version is a return to tabs. Gone are the thumbnail pictures for "Friends," "Photos" and "Map" (where you see all the places you've checked in or geotagged yourself).



Some Facebook users found the same changes have been made to their personal Timelines.  Recent privacy settings and other changes have been rolling out in New Zealand first, so it’s a good indicator that the updates are forthcoming.

Layout – The new timeline will have a more “Old Facebook” feel to it. It is rumored that there will be one column of posts opposed to the current two column design. This will give content a more linear and assumable easy to follow flow. Users will find that the ability to stretch posts out across the Timeline via highlighting them will be gone, however it is reported that highlighting and pinning them will keep the posts at the top of the Timeline.

Sleek About Tabs –With the new Timeline, the Likes, Photos and Maps thumbnails previously seen under the cover image will be gone. These options will be condensed into a tab-like menu which features Timeline, About, Friends, Photos and More tabs. To organize these, users will utilize the “Collections Manager” which allows you to rearrange those tabs if desired.  Facebook suggests that these changes will simplify the Timeline, making it easier to navigate.

Other Misc Changes – A few other reported changes to be included in the new Timeline are that the relationship information currently visible will be removed and there will be a “More” drop-down tab which will open up a list of the apps attached to the Timeline. I would assume from this menu you will be able to manage your open graph apps.

I wasn't able to identify if these changes were going to impact brand pages, however past experience tells us that Facebook likes to keep things pretty consistent.  I would expect that this new Timeline will throw marketers yet another curve-ball   Keeping an eye on changes for users will help us all prepare for large scale changes that will affect brands. I personally feel like this new Timeline is reminiscent of the old layouts we all loved. Perhaps Facebook is 
now actually listening to its users?

What are your thoughts? Are you excited about the Timeline changes ?



Monday, 4 March 2013

Search Engine Optimization Tips For Website Traffic






As being the globally web will augment, it may come to be more and more demanding to convey tourists to your website. Following the steps in this mail, you can extend to be in front of the grades of competition. There actually is no part of experiencing magnificent data when no one comes to view it. Here are some effective ways to propel new persons to your website.

Keywords in <title> tag

This is one of the most important places to have a keyword because what is written inside the <title> tag shows in search results as your page title. The title tag must be short (6 or 7 words at most) and the the keyword must be near the beginning

Keywords in URL


Keywords in URLs help a lot - e.g. -http://in.digiclayinfotech.com/Web-Development.html, where “SEO services” is the keyword phrase you attempt to rank well for. But if you don't have the keywords in other parts of the document, don't rely on having them in the URL.

Keywords in headings (<H1>, <H2>, etc. tags)

One more place where keywords count a lot. But beware that your page has actual text about the particular keyword.

Keyword density in document text

Another very important factor you need to check. 3-7 % for major keywords is best, 1-2 for minor. Keyword density of over 10% is suspicious and looks more like keyword stuffing, than a naturally written text.


Anchor text of inbound links

As discussed in the Keywords section, this is one of the most important factors for good rankings. It is best if you have a keyword in the anchor text but even if you don't, it is still OK. However, don't use the same anchor text all the time because this is also penalized by Google. Try to use synonyms, keyword stemming, or simply the name of your site instead


Links from similar sites

Generally the more, the better. But the reputation of the sites that link to you is more important than their number. Also important is their anchor text (and its diversity), the lack/presence of keyword(s) in it, the link age, etc.

http://in.digiclayinfotech.com/Web-Development.html