What are the Digital Marketing Mistakes to be Avoided

Digital Marketing Mistakes
Digital Marketing Mistakes

People always talk about what you should do to make your digital marketing strategies a success, but you don’t often hear about what you shouldn’t do.

The truth is that most of the “must-include” elements of any successful. marketing plan were more than likely born out of errors and mishaps that happened along the way.

People don’t like to talk about those things because they’d rather leave the error-finding to their competitors, making it seem like victorious bottom lines on companies’ balance sheets are the sheer result of ingenious marketing folks who make no mistakes.

Rest assured; this is simply not the case.

Most marketing strategies have slip-and-fall moments that are characterized by their own side effects. This is particularly true if someone tells you what you should do but never tells you about the pitfalls to be on the lookout for along the way. In the name of transparency, we’re paving a new path by providing nine digital marketing mistakes that could prevent your campaigns from being profitable.

1. Not Setting Goals
“We want to be great” isn’t exactly a goal that’s going to get you through 2019. Of course, you want to be great; everybody does. You need to know what great actually means to your unique business.

Setting goals means knowing what your baselines are to start with. This means that besides not setting goals, not doing your homework before you get started is equally as detrimental. These things go hand-in-hand, so you can consider this No. 1 mistake a two-for-one.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Know what you want to do; then put specific metrics on the thing you’re trying to achieve based on the baseline you’ve identified.

Do you want more followers? How many do you have right now? How many more do you want? What are you going to do to get people to follow you?

Do you want to increase your email opens? How many people are opening your emails today? How many are actually clicking on the words you say inside the emails? Are there certain titles or tones that have gotten more attention than others?

You have to know where you’re at now to know how to be better than you currently are.

2. Making Google Mad
Most people know search engines’ algorithms update from time to time, but many people aren’t aware of just how often these updates occur—or how impactful they can really be. Recent Google updates have found filler-filled, keyword-stuffed and fluffy websites and dropped them to painfully low positions on the SERPs because they made Google mad, finding themselves on page 1,532,333 of searchers’ results.

To be honest, being relegated to page two of SERPs is essentially the same thing as winding up on page 1,532,333.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Only provide content that’s valuable to your audience and steer clear of keyword stuffing and posts that are wrought with time-wasting reads. If you’re not confident about your content, audit your webpages and blogs. It can be incredibly difficult to come back from a search engine exile.

3. Leaving Your Analytics to Hang Out by Themselves
Numbers matter, and while the marketing world was a career option that worked great for people who were solely into creativity during Don Draper’s days, things have certainly changed.

Today’s marketing campaigns can’t be successful without anyone analyzing the analytics behind them. Sure, you may get lucky and grab a few likes here and there, but if you wouldn’t wager your mortgage on luck, you probably shouldn’t gamble your business on it, either.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

A set-it-and-forget-it mentality is a surefire way to fail when it comes to digital marketing. Make sure someone’s tasked with keeping tabs on your analytics regularly. Do you have to watch your numbers fluctuate every single day? Of course not. But, you do need to make sure you’ve got a big-picture grasp on the things that make your audience tick (or ticked off, as the case may be).

By focusing on your trends, you’ll be able to identify the social media channels that work best for your business and deliver content that turns clicks into paying consumers.

4. Forgetting About Your Followers
Don’t let your social media run rogue. You need to engage with your audience to boost consumer confidence in your brand and help people understand the mission, vision, products, services and personality of your organization. Ignoring your social media feeds—whether the feedback is positive or negative—can leave your followers feeling as if you don’t actually care what they have to say.

Of course, you know their opinions matter, so make sure the people on the other side of the screen know you feel this way, too. It’s not just the people who make the comments who are paying attention to your reactions; the rest of the world is, too—even if everyone else is silently lurking.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Set time aside to check in with your followers at least twice a week (ideally, once a day or more would be better). Don’t shy away from complaints. Online reputation management can be created or destroyed by the way you approach all forms of feedback, including the not-so-nice things people have to say.

5. Treating Each Social Site the Same
From a beginner’s perspective, it may seem obvious that you’d want to have a business account with all of the biggest social media sites; right?

Nope.

Besides the fact that some social channels work better for some businesses than others, you’re setting yourself up for a boatload of work managing and maintaining multiple sites, which only makes sense if they’re actually all filling your sales funnel.

More than likely, they won’t all be filling your funnel, and the few that are bringing you consumers certainly aren’t attracting people in the same ways. Companies that treat every social site the same are missing out on vital opportunities to put each platform’s unique best practices to play in a way that works best for the audience who rely on that channel as their primary source of information.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Take the time to look into which social media platforms are performing best for your business. Which sites have the most engagement, get the most likes, and offer word-of-mouth advertising above and beyond any PPC or organic interactions your searchers may be experiencing with your brand? Once you’ve honed in on the platforms where your people reside, heed the advice of each site’s ideal setup. Are there character limits? Should you be using hashtags? Do posts that include photos typically get more attention?

6. Jumping on Every New Trend
Standing out above the crowd doesn’t mean you have to succumb to every trend and buzz phrase that finds its way into cyberspace. In fact, if you try to go that route, you’ll spend an incredible amount of time chasing your own ideas through a hamster wheel—over and over and over again.

Do you have time for that?

If so, that’s awesome, and you’ve got way more time to spend on your marketing than most business leaders and organizations. If you don’t have time to spin your wheels, hopping on every trend that might become mainstream someday, congratulations. You’re just like the rest of us.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Learn to balance hot topics with tasks that’ll actually benefit your business. Being a lemming and following big trends without understanding the implications can cause your strategies to fall right off a cliff. Keep tabs on all the latest trends, but don’t jump in with both feet until you’ve done some testing and know how each trend will affect your time, budget and internal team.

7. Ignoring Your Audience
“What do we want?”
“A great product!”
“When do we want it?”
“All the time!”

Okay, that might be a little vague and unhelpful, but if you pay attention to your social media strings, comments in your blog posts, and the questions people ask when they call or email your company, you’ll likely get a lot of feedback that tells you exactly what people are looking for from your business. Whether you choose to accept the insights or not is up to you, but ignoring the information that comes from your core base can alienate the very people who would otherwise fill your balance sheets with positive numbers.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Be sure to listen to audience feedback and respond accordingly, even if it’s not necessarily something you want to hear. People don’t appreciate it when their voices go unheard. Even if you won’t be implementing any of the ideas your customer base suggests, it’s important to acknowledge their thoughts and thank them for taking the time to think about the well-being of your business.

8. Thinking You’ll Make It Onto the Best-Dressed List Overnight
The Red Carpet of content creation and marketing strategies is hardly something that’s gifted to the first company that dons a pretty dress and puts on its best pair of heels. In fact, a lot of companies find their ways onto the worst-dressed list long before being invited to take a feature photo for the world’s most-renowned magazines.

What do we mean?

Overnight success is something that’s written into the scripts of fairy tales, but it doesn’t often happen in real life. You’re probably not going to appear on page one of Google the second your site goes live, nor are you going to have a million followers the moment you send your first tweet into cyberspace. It takes a little time to gain momentum and figure out what your audience needs to see before you can bolster your optimal success.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Be realistic about your expectations and set milestone markers that can actually be achieved. Celebrate your successes when things work well, and take note of any tribulations that prevent certain milestones from being reached.

9. Creating Content for Content’s Sake
OK, so you heeded our warning about not making Google mad, but you know content’s vital to the success of your marketing strategy. You’re trying to figure out how to constantly pump out content that’s valuable and enriching to your audience without overstepping best practices or overstuffing your keywords.

That’s a big order.

The truth is that you don’t need to (nor should you) create content for the sake of having content. Do you need to produce content on a regular basis? Yes. Do you need to spam your followers with information that’s not fantastic just so they can see your name in their feeds? Nope.

How to Avoid This Mistake:

Only create content that’s truly valuable. Create a content calendar, so you have a set timeframe in which you’ll post blogs and articles and add to your idea list as FAQ and other inspirations come about. Also, explore the idea of varying your content across multiple mediums. Maybe you create a series of interviews with your employees or customers. Perhaps you hire an agency to add animations to your posts. Diversify the ways in which you spread value and reduce the frequency of your posts if you’re starting to post content for content’s sake.

The goal of any marketing strategy is to promote your business in a way that speaks optimally to your audience. Of course, some goofs are bound to happen along the way, but when you know what kind of mistakes others have made, you’ll be more prepared to create a plan that dodges the potholes and puts your company car lengths ahead of your competitors’.

All type of Form Validation Using JavaScript

Form Validation

Form validation is done to check the accuracy of the user’s entered information before they could submit the form.

What validation checks in the form? It’s meant to check the following things:

  • Check for Empty Field: Has the user left required field empty. If it’s there, returns alert message.
  • Check for Numbers: User entered number in the text field where number is required, say in a Contact field.
  • Check for Alphabets:Has the user entered characters in alphabets, say in name field.
  • Check for Numbers and Letters:If a text input is all alphanumeric characters (numbers and letters), say in a message field
  • Check for Characters:Has the user entered correct number of characters. (Useful when restricting the length of a username and/or password)
  • Select for Drop Down List Item: If a selection has been made from HTML select input (the drop down selector)
  • Email Validation: has the user entered valid email address.
Javascript form validation

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To check, whether the user entered correct form of data, it’s must to apply form validation in any of the form. Here I am giving you the form validation codes in JavaScript.   The codes contains some regular expression. These are simple meta characters which do pattern matching.

Regular Expression

Regular expression helps you in pattern matching in string.


. : Matches any single charcter except a new line

+ : Matches the preceding character or repeated character.

$ : Matches character at the end of the line.

.: Matches only period.

^ : Matches the beginning of a line or string.

: Escapes a special character.

- : Range indicator. [a-z, A-Z]

-: Escapes a special character.(e.g. escaping - by -)

[0-9] : It matches digital number from 0-9.

[a-z]

: It matches characters from lowercase ‘a’ to lowercase ‘z’. [A-Z] : It matches characters from uppercase ‘A’ to lowercase ‘Z’. w: Matches a word character and underscore. (a-z, A-Z, 0-9, _). W: Matches a non word character (%, #, @, !). {M, N} : Donates minimum M and maximum N value.

Now, let’s dive deep into the codes. Checking for form completion: The first step of form validation is to check, whether the user have entered information in all the fields or not. If an user miss out any field, than the form will display error message. Validation codes will return an alert message, if it finds some empty fields in the form. That means, you could be very sure about the form, whether users have entered the details or not. If by mistake, user skips entering any detail, soon the alert message appear on the form. The codes for checking form empty fields are given below:


//This segment displays the validation rule for all field.
if(firstname.value.length == 0){
document.getElementById('head').innerText = "* All fields are mandatory *";
firstname.focus();
return false;
}

Checking for all Letters

There is an expression that checks whether the string contains only alphabets or not. The expression is: /^[a-zA-Z]+$/ The above expression checks whether the input characters in the string is alphabet or not. If the entered characters in the field is not in lower case or upper case. It will return a false value.


//This segment displays the validation rule for name text field.
function inputAlphabet(inputtext, alertMsg){
var alphaExp = /^[a-zA-Z]+$/;
if(inputtext.value.match(alphaExp)){
return true;
}else{
document.getElementById('p1').innerText = alertMsg;
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

Checking for all numbers

When it’s about checking contact field or zip code field, one need to check whether only the number have been entered or not. The basic expression for matching entered value as number in the field is: /^[0-9]+$/. If the string value is numeric, it will return true, otherwise it will return false.


//This segment displays the validation rule for zip code field.
function textNumeric(inputtext, alertMsg){
var numericExpression = /^[0-9]+$/;
if(inputtext.value.match(numericExpression)){
return true;
}else{
document.getElementById('p6').innerText = alertMsg;
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

Checking for all numbers and letters

By combining the expression for numbers and alphabetic characters, there is an expression that checks, whether the entered things includes numbers and alphabetic character or not. The expression for matching numbers and characters in the field is: /^[0-9a-zA-Z]+$/


//This segment displays the validation rule for address field.
function textAlphanumeric(inputtext, alertMsg){
var alphaExp = /^[0-9a-zA-Z]+$/;
if(inputtext.value.match(alphaExp)){
return true;
}else{
document.getElementById('p5').innerText = alertMsg;
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

Restricting the length

If you want to restrict the number of characters, the user enters into the field, than it’s better to restrict the length of the field.


//This segment displays the validation rule for username.
function lengthDefine(inputtext, min, max){
var uInput = inputtext.value;
if(uInput.length >= min && uInput.length <= max){
return true;
}else{
document.getElementById('p2').innerText = "* Please enter between " +min+ " and " +max+ " characters *";
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

Right Selection made from drop-down

It’s must to provide validation in the select field. It happens sometimes, when user forgets to choose option from the select feild. In that case, the form should convey about issue so that user can take the action.


//This segment displays the validation rule for selection field.
function trueSelection(inputtext, alertMsg){
if(inputtext.value == "Please Choose"){
document.getElementById('p4').innerText = alertMsg;
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}else{
return true;
}
}

Email Validation

Firstly, let’s have a look how a user can make mistake while entering wrong email address:

  • @compem.net [no character before@]
  • Lime!gear@demon.com [invalid character!]
  • sunshine@mode_bright.com [underscore are not allowed in the domain name]

Now let’s see what a valid email address should contain:

  • The combination of letters, numbers, periods, plus sign, and /or underscores.
  • The @symbol.
  • Combination of letters, numbers and periods.
  • The top level domain. (com, net, org, us, gov)

So, just to make sure that user entered the email address in the correct format, it’s necessary to include email validation code inside the validation codes. A general expression to check valid email address is: /^[w-.+]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.]+.[a-zA-Z0-9]{2,4}$/ The expression checks the letters, numbers, and other symbol at a proper sequence. The sequence is defined as: [alphabets/numbers/underscore/plus sign-@-alphabets/numbers/periods.domain name] If the entered email address is not in a proper sequence, then the message will popup which says “Wrong Email Address”.


//This segment displays the validation rule for E-mail.
function emailValidation(inputtext, alertMsg){
var emailExp = /^[w-.+]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+.[a-zA-z0-9]{2,4}$/;
if(inputtext.value.match(emailExp)){
return true;
}else{
document.getElementById('p3').innerText = alertMsg;
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

Complete Form Validation Codes Using JavaScript

Here is a complete sequence of form validation codes. HTML File – formvalid.html

  • Includes HTML form tags.
  • onsubmit = return formValidation(). This means, formValidation() will be called as soon as user submit the form.
  • The function will check the form details, whether the details are appropriate or not and then it alert messages if the user has entered wrong information or left any field empty.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>Form Validation:Demo Preview</title>
<meta content="noindex, nofollow" name="robots">
<link href="formvalid.css" rel="stylesheet">
<script src="formvalid.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
<div id="form">
<p id="head"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule -->
<h2>JavaScript Form Validation</h2>
<!-- Form starts from here -->
<form onsubmit='return formValidation()'>
<label>Full Name:</label>
<input id='firstname' type='text'>
<p id="p1"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for name -->
<label>Username(6-8 characters):</label>
<input id='username' type='text'>
<p id="p2"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for user name -->
<label>Email:</label>
<input id='email' type='text'>
<p id="p3"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for email -->
<label>State:</label>
<select id='state'>
<option>
Please Choose
</option>
<option>
America
</option>
<option>
Australia
</option>
<option>
Sweden
</option>
<option>
Africa
</option>
</select>
<p id="p4"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for selection -->
<label>Address:</label>
<input id='addr' type='text'>
<p id="p5"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for address -->
<label>Zip Code:</label>
<input id='zip' type='text'>
<p id="p6"></p>
<!-- This segment displays the validation rule for zip -->
<input id="submit" type='submit' value='Check Form'>
</form>
</div>
</body>
</html>

JavaScript File – formvalid.js

  • It includes various function to check validity of entered information.
  • Like,  formValidation() is the main function that runs as soon as the user clicks on submit button. Here, object is defined for each field. Objects are stored in different variable.
  • Includes functions to check whether entered information in form is in correct format or not. This is done by regular expressions in each function. These regular expression matches the entered information in the form field. Function Calls -> Regular Expression matches data -> Wrong data pattern -> Display Alert Message.

function formValidation() {
// Make quick references to our fields.
var firstname = document.getElementById('firstname');
var addr = document.getElementById('addr');
var zip = document.getElementById('zip');
var state = document.getElementById('state');
var username = document.getElementById('username');
var email = document.getElementById('email');
// To check empty form fields.
if (firstname.value.length == 0) {
document.getElementById('head').innerText = "* All fields are mandatory *"; // This segment displays the validation rule for all fields
firstname.focus();
return false;
}
// Check each input in the order that it appears in the form.
if (inputAlphabet(firstname, "* For your name please use alphabets only *")) {
if (lengthDefine(username, 6, 8)) {
if (emailValidation(email, "* Please enter a valid email address *")) {
if (trueSelection(state, "* Please Choose any one option")) {
if (textAlphanumeric(addr, "* For Address please use numbers and letters *")) {
if (textNumeric(zip, "* Please enter a valid zip code *")) {
return true;
}
}
}
}
}
}
return false;
}
// Function that checks whether input text is numeric or not.
function textNumeric(inputtext, alertMsg) {
var numericExpression = /^[0-9]+$/;
if (inputtext.value.match(numericExpression)) {
return true;
} else {
document.getElementById('p6').innerText = alertMsg; // This segment displays the validation rule for zip.
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}
// Function that checks whether input text is an alphabetic character or not.
function inputAlphabet(inputtext, alertMsg) {
var alphaExp = /^[a-zA-Z]+$/;
if (inputtext.value.match(alphaExp)) {
return true;
} else {
document.getElementById('p1').innerText = alertMsg; // This segment displays the validation rule for name.
//alert(alertMsg);
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}
// Function that checks whether input text includes alphabetic and numeric characters.
function textAlphanumeric(inputtext, alertMsg) {
var alphaExp = /^[0-9a-zA-Z]+$/;
if (inputtext.value.match(alphaExp)) {
return true;
} else {
document.getElementById('p5').innerText = alertMsg; // This segment displays the validation rule for address.
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}
// Function that checks whether the input characters are restricted according to defined by user.
function lengthDefine(inputtext, min, max) {
var uInput = inputtext.value;
if (uInput.length >= min && uInput.length <= max) {
return true;
} else {
document.getElementById('p2').innerText = "* Please enter between " + min + " and " + max + " characters *"; // This segment displays the validation rule for username
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}
// Function that checks whether a option is selected from the selector and if it's not it displays an alert message.
function trueSelection(inputtext, alertMsg) {
if (inputtext.value == "Please Choose") {
document.getElementById('p4').innerText = alertMsg; //this segment displays the validation rule for selection.
inputtext.focus();
return false;
} else {
return true;
}
}
// Function that checks whether an user entered valid email address or not and displays alert message on wrong email address format.
function emailValidation(inputtext, alertMsg) {
var emailExp = /^[w-.+]+@[a-zA-Z0-9.-]+.[a-zA-z0-9]{2,4}$/;
if (inputtext.value.match(emailExp)) {
return true;
} else {
document.getElementById('p3').innerText = alertMsg; // This segment displays the validation rule for email.
inputtext.focus();
return false;
}
}

CSS File – formvalid.css

  • Includes form style codes.

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Raleway);

#main{
width:960px;
margin:50px auto;
font-family:raleway;
}

span{
color:red;
}

h2{
background-color: #FEFFED;
text-align:center;
border-radius: 10px 10px 0 0;
margin: -10px -40px;
padding: 30px;
}

hr{
border:0;
border-bottom:1px solid #ccc;
margin: 10px -40px;
margin-bottom: 30px;
}

#form_layout{
width:300px;
float: left;
border-radius: 10px;
font-family:raleway;
border: 2px solid #ccc;
padding: 10px 40px 25px;
margin-top: -2px;
}

input[type=text],input[type=password],#state{
width:99.5%;
padding: 10px;
margin-top: 8px;
border: 1px solid #ccc;
padding-left: 5px;
font-size: 16px;
font-family:raleway;
}

input[type=submit]{
width: 100%;
background-color:#FFBC00;
color: white;
border: 2px solid #FFCB00;
padding: 10px;
font-size:20px;
cursor:pointer;
border-radius: 5px;
margin-bottom: 15px;
}

a{
text-decoration:none;
color: cornflowerblue;
}

i{
color: cornflowerblue;
}

p{
font-size:12px;
color:red;
}

Conclusion:

Above mentioned are simple codes for form validation. If you have any validation codes to share, please do share it in the below form.

New Year 2019: Celebrate the New Year with New Strategies

New Year 2019: Celebrate the New Year with New Strategies – DNSP HOST

Reinventing your business strategies every so often is not such a bad idea. With the world going digital, is there a better time to make the shift than with the New Year? From boosting staff productivity to reducing costs and increasing sales, there’s a lot you can do this New Year to stay on top of the game.
Tips for business growth in 2019

If you dream of scaling your business fast and extending your reach to new markets, there’s no better time to make the investment than in the New Year. Here are some easy tips to get you started with new strategies and help you increase your profits in 2019:
Plan and set goals

Setting clearly defined goals is the first step to business growth. Make your objectives as quantifiable as possible. For example, if customer acquisition is your focus in the near future, have a number in mind with a reasonable timeline. Having a measurable quantity can also help you track your progress in the short or medium term.
Prioritise customer feedback

Keeping your customers happy is the only way your business can thrive. Customer satisfaction is the core value of a successful business and with good reason. If you haven’t been diligently collecting and acting on feedback, shift your focus to this department. If you don’t have a dedicated customer feedback and retention team, start building one. Buyers are unlikely to return if they have a bad experience, so retaining your loyal customers is crucial.

This also entails having good customer support, so that people know they can always turn to you to get their issues sorted. Everything from the presentation of your products to offering special discounts should be done with an aim to please your audience and earn their loyalty.
Be culturally aware

When expanding your business to a new location, take cultural nuances of the region into account. Different customers have different expectations and having an international business demands communicating with people from far reaches of the world.

Employing native-speaking customer service representatives will help you get over cultural barriers and form strong relationships with international consumers, who can feel at home while having their questions answered and troubles fixed.
Advertise on digital platforms

Most of your customers today are online. Even if your business doesn’t operate in the online space, advertising on the internet can really make a difference to your bottom line. There’s no dearth of advertising platforms in this day and age. From Google to Facebook to other popular social networks, you can reach your audience in a number of ways. All you need to do is figure out the right platform to get in touch with your customer base.
Use social media wisely

Choose a social media platform that best suits your needs. If you have a wide range of physical products, Instagram should be your go-to option; but if you’re looking to sell a service, Twitter or Facebook are recommended.

Adding these links and channels to your website is a great way to interact with tech-savvy users and engage with your audience via a solid content marketing strategy.
Stay ahead and relevant

The rate at which online marketplaces are evolving is rapid and it might be an arduous task to keep up with them. Instead of trying to catch up after long gaps, it’s advisable to take time out each day (or a few hours every week) to spend on the research necessary to identify the existing opportunities and competition.

You can subscribe to the Instamojo blog digest to get regular updates on relevant business news and growth hacks.

Think about the process you’re currently implementing and use it to enhance your team’s knowledge so that you can get the very best out of them.

Offer worldwide shipping and returns

When sorting out the plan of international customer service, the next important thing to consider is shipment/delivery. Not only do you have to take local deliveries into account, but you also have to make the process smooth and hassle-free for international shipping and returns.

To gain more positive feedback, you can offer coupons or discounts to international customers in exchange for leaving reviews online, with a view to driving more sales from overseas. Curate your marketing campaigns in a manner that resonates with an eclectic bunch of users.

Network, Network, and Network

Don’t hesitate to reach out to your peers and others in the same field. Taking advice from relevant competitors not only helps you establish solid bonds, but also allows you to regard the business objectively. Incorporate the option of smoother online payments so that purchasing your products is just a click away for your customers.

Build a network of contacts and valuable partnerships to take your business to the next level.
Set up a payment gateway

Payments will always remain an integral part of your business. A reliable and fast payment gateway can help you scale your business real quick. So redefining your strategy should definitely include setting up a smooth payment gateway that offers a seamless experience for both your customers and your business.

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How to Write Successful Meta Descriptions for SEO

The meta description (sometimes called a meta description attribute or tag) is a snippet of text, describing the content of the webpage, for users and search engines, up to 320 characters and contained within an HTML tag or element.

Search engines, like Google, can choose to display the meta description in search results or bypass your meta description and show whatever they want or deem more important for the specific search query.

But without a doubt optimizing your meta descriptions is an important factor of on-page SEO.

When it comes to the wonderful world of search engine optimization (SEO), every detail is important. If you overlook one detail – no matter how inconsequential it appears – it could have a negative impact on your rankings and traffic.

The importance of meta descriptions should never be overlooked.

What does a meta description do?

According to Google, the goal of the snippet and title is to best represent and describe each result and explain how it relates to the user’s query.

Although Google admits to not always using the meta description as a part of their rankings algorithm, they do still support meta descriptions and include them as snippets in search results.

The meta description is an HTML tag, here’s a basic idea of what a meta description looks like:

<head>
<meta name=”description” content=”This is where you include the description of your web page.”>
</head>
view raw Meta Descriptions hosted with ❤ by GitHub

The point of a meta description for your page is to get Google visitors to click your link. In other words, meta descriptions entice people to click on your link from search engines and improve your click-through-rate (CTR).

To understand how this affects your website, let’s examine a basic definition as shared by Moz:

“Meta descriptions are HTML attributes that provide concise explanations of the contents of web pages. Meta descriptions are commonly used on search engine result pages (SERPs) to display preview snippets for a given page.”

With that in mind, let’s breakdown the definition into two segments:

  • A meta description is used to provide an explanation of the content of a web page. For this reason, it should be accurate and concise.
  • A meta description typically appears on a search engine result page, giving people a better idea of what the content is about. The words you choose will have a lot to do with whether or not somebody clicks through.

Examples of meta descriptions in search results

Depending on the search engine, SERP’s have a different look and feel. So keep that in mind when you go to optimize your meta descriptions. Sites like Google have a tendency to include more clickable real estate than sites like Yahoo and DuckDuckGo.

As you can see sites like Bing pull in more user rich data from outside sites like Yelp. So keep that in mind when you are making changes. And if any of the displayed information is outdated make sure to update it.

Google

Bing

Yahoo

DuckDuckGo

Elements of a clickable meta description

Although search engines say meta descriptions don’t have a direct impact on search engine rankings, they are an important aspect in driving traffic to your website. Clickthrough rate (CTR) can be used by Google to gauge how well your keywords and web pages are performing.

Important Tip: Think about meta descriptions as an advertisement for your website.
Your primary goal is to provide a solid description of the web page, however, it’s important to use your primary keywords as well. Here are three other things to keep in mind:

  • The meta description should be relevant to the web page.
  • The meta description should be unique (don’t use the same format for every web page).
  • The meta description should include your primary keyword(s), but you don’t want to
    overdo it.
  • The meta description can be any length, but Google generally truncates snippets ~320 characters (this limit increased in December 2017).

With all this out of the way, here’s a basic idea of what a meta description looks like:

<head>
<meta name=”description” content=”This is where you include the description of your web page.”>
</head>
view raw Meta Descriptions hosted with ❤ by GitHub

When somebody comes across your web page in the search results, they will see the following, along with your title:

“This is where you include the description of your web page.”

How to Improve Meta Descriptions on Your Pages

What’s so hard about creating meta descriptions?

While this doesn’t have to be a difficult task, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Here is some additional guidance:

  • Include a call-to-action: Don’t write the same description for every page. Take time to customize it like it was ad copy.
  • Include structured content: Savvy people can even embed short codes to automatically populate the page or product with the SKU code, pricing or primary category.
  • Contain the focus keyword: Including the primary topic of the article in the meta descrition can help to improve your CTR.
  • No longer than 320 characters: If you exceed this maximum, your description will be cut short.
  • Every meta description should be unique: Avoid the temptation to be lazy and use the same text on every page.
  • Meta descriptions are not part of Google’s ranking algorithm.
  • Brand your titles: Consistently include your site name at the beginning or end of each page.
  • Avoid keyword stuffing: It’s helpful to have the keyword in the title but avoid repeating it multiple times.

Test your meta descriptions

If you have specific landing pages that generate a good amount of organic traffic, consider testing different meta descriptions to see if you generate a lift in click-throughs from search engines. Mix up different description lengths, calls-to-action and keyword positioning.

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Matt Cutts says:

Our web search (the well-known search at Google.com that hundreds of millions of people use each day) disregards keyword metatags completely. They simply don’t have any effect in our search ranking at present.

Google might display alternative text

If Google thinks it can give the user a better description of the page, than Google might possibly pull together separate meta description and title than what you had intended. They are like a pitch that convince the user that the page is exactly what they’re looking for.

Google says:

If we’ve detected that a particular result has one of the above issues with its title, we may try to generate an improved title from anchors, on-page text, or other sources. However, sometimes even pages with well-formulated, concise, descriptive titles will end up with different titles in our search results to better indicate their relevance to the query. There’s a simple reason for this: the title tag as specified by a webmaster is limited to being static, fixed regardless of the query.

How to improve meta descriptions on Your WordPress site

If you are using WordPress on a self-hosted domain, you are in luck. Meta descriptions can be easily added to your content using simple (and free) plugins such as Yoast SEO. Other themes and platforms like Squarespace and Wix have SEO options built in – if not, do a search for your website’s platform and SEO plugin, add-on, or extension.

Final thoughts on meta descriptions

Although Google claims meta descriptions don’t impact search engine rankings, they are still important to your website from an on-site SEO point of view. If you don’t put the necessary time and effort into your meta descriptions, you’ll find that search visitors don’t click through to your site as often as you would like.

Now that you understand the finer details of meta descriptions, you should understand the importance of providing the right text for each web page.

Once you know what does and doesn’t work for your site, you’ll find it easier to create compelling meta descriptions that improve the search experience and boost your click through rate.

Why is My Website Not Showing in Google Search? Improve Tips – SEO

Is your site not showing up in Google search results?

Test if your site has been indexed by searching for its exact URL or domain name with no other words (ex: http://www.your-site-domain.com).

If your site isn’t appearing in Google search results, or it’s performing more poorly than it once did, check your sites search performance in Google.

How to Test Googles Search Index

Why Search Ranking Matters

The vast majority of people don’t click past the first page of search results. According to this study, the top listing in Google’s organic search results receives 33 percent of the traffic, compared to 18 percent for the second position, and the traffic only degrades from there.

So it’s not enough for your site to simply be indexed by Google, Bing, and Yahoo.

Why Sites Don’t Rank in Search Results

Google is tricky. Here’s what may be preventing your site from showing up in search results:

  1. Google has not indexed your website yet (too new)
  2. Your website isn’t optimized for search engine crawling
  3. Your keyword market is very competitive
  4. Your website has “no index” tags
  5. Your website has been penalized and removed from Google

Below are common reasons (in detail) why your site (WordPress, Wix, and Squarespace) isn’t ranking, and how to appear on Google search:

1. Google has not indexed your website yet

Sometimes it can take a week or more for a search engine to update search results. This is because your website is new and doesn’t have any inbound links.

First, create an account on Google webmaster tools. When you register and point Google to your sitemap.xml URL you can request them to re-crawl your URLs. However, there are so many requests that the feature doesn’t always work immediately (especially if you have a new or large site).

If you don’t want to create a Google Webmaster Tools account, try this link to add your url to google: http://www.google.com/addurl/

Google doesn’t add all submitted URLs to their index, and they can’t make predictions or guarantees about when or if submitted URLs will appear in their index. But if your new website is crawled, it usually takes another week or two for it to be pushed out to the index.

2. Your website is too new

Did you just build and launch your new website? Typically it can take up to four weeks for it to begin to show up in search engine results. While we might be accustomed to getting things online quickly, search engine indexes can be rather slow. So sit tight, wait and learn more about search engine algorithms before you get too nervous.

3. Your website has “no index” tags

You can use custom code to tell search engines not to index your site or specific pages. If you or someone who designed your site added this code, that would explain why it’s not appearing in search results.

4. Your website isn’t optimized for search engine crawling

Once you submit your website to a search engine, a spider is sent to your site to crawl it for content. These spiders don’t view your site like a visitor would.

They scan your site for meta content, keyword saturation, relevant content, and many other factors.

Therefore, you need to consider what content search engines actually see on your Web pages.

5. Your keyword market is very competitive

Search engines help millions of users across the world navigate the internet and find specific content amid the billions of websites.

Make sure you are targeting a less competitive keyword market, so you can gain the attention of your consumer.

6. Not all keywords are equal

It’s easy to rank for irrelevant keywords in search engines. It’s hard to rank for keywords that are profitable for your business.

The difficulty is two fold, one determining the most profitable keyword for your business, and two having the knowledge to move you to Page 1 ranking.

7. Your website has been removed from Google

Google may temporarily or permanently remove sites from its index and search results if it believes it is obligated to do so by law, if the sites do not meet Google’s quality guidelines, or for other reasons, such as if the sites detract from users’ ability to locate relevant information.

Here are the different ways Google may remove your site from search results:

  • Deindexed – When your domain is completely removed from Google. Also known as Banned.
  • Penalized – When your domain or page still exists but none of your pages can be found through very direct search queries. This penalty can be automatic through the Google algorithm or manually applied by a Google Quality Engineer.
  • Sandboxed – Your domain or page wasn’t Deindexed or Penalized, but the traffic you were getting from Google suddenly drops dramatically.

If your site is blocked from our index because it violates our quality guidelines, Google may alert you about this using Search Console.

If you receive a notification that your site violates our quality guidelines, you can modify your site so that it meets these guidelines, then submit your site for reconsideration.

You are blocking search engines from crawling your site

WordPress comes with a built-in feature that allows you to instruct search engines not to index your site. This feature is automatically enabled when you launch a new WordPress website. So you must manually disable it. All you need to do is visit Settings » Reading and check the box next to Search Engine Visibility option.

How to Get Your Website To Show Up on Google

You want your website to rank on the first page (which typically has 10 website listings). Depending on your business, you will need to employ search engine optimization and SEO strategies to improve your ranking.

1. Conduct a thorough SEO audit

To ensure greater success in the future, now is the time to conduct an SEO audit of your website. This will give you a clear view of where you stand in regards to:

  • On-site optimization
  • Off-site optimization
  • Keyword selection

2. Add keywords to your website content

Keywords can be a single word or a short phrase of up to four or five words. These should be terms that are relevant to your site and which people are likely to use when they search Google.

Obviously they need to be relevant to what your site is about.

3. Use meta-tags to add more keyword

Meta-tags are hidden code — visitors to your website don’t see them, but the Google search engine “bots” that scan your site will pick them up.

You can add these meta-tags to your site yourself if you have a web design program or if you know how to do HTML coding.

4. Find keywords that aren’t overly competitive

We suggest you use Google’s free Keyword Planner to figure this out.

This keyword research tool lets you gauge the popularity of particular search terms, as well as the level of competition you face by using them.

Highly competitive keywords can have tens of thousands of websites fighting over them, so you are less likely to wind up on page one of Google if you pick these.

5. Seek out backlinks

Web pages that contain links back to your site: A big factor for search engines is quality organic backlinks. It’s what search engines are looking for.

If you have multiple websites linking back to your website, Google gives your page higher credibility and search ranking.

6. Create a listing for your site on Google My Business

This tip is for brick and mortar businesses with physical locations.

Google My Business links your site to a map listing, so when people look for your business or search using keywords linked to your business, they will find a Google map listing and can click through to your website for more information.

7. Have content that is relevant to your business

Use articles or other material that is specific to the products and services you are providing. Don’t use filler that is only loosely related.

Google’s algorithm ranks sites with original, relevant content more highly than those with content repeated elsewhere.

8. Analyze your technical SEO

My free SEO report is a great resource to baseline specific URL search engine performance. We also give you a long check list of ways you can improve your websites SEO on your own.

Bonus tip: SEO Maintenance

Once you’ve optimized your website to get to that crucial first page of Google, you can’t stop, SEO always needs to be managed.

As soon as you’ve climbed to page one ranking, your competitors will be after you with their own SEO strategies, seeking to knock you off the top.

Or customers might start searching with different keywords.

The bottom line: Your website will need continual SEO review to maintain your search engine ranking.

Conclusion

It’s very important for business owners, with WordPress, Squarespace and Wix sites, to learn about SEO, and improve their online presence. In fact, 63% of Americans access the mobile web each day, and that number is on the rise.

Website is temporarily unavailable, FTP not working, Reasons and Solutions to fix all Errors

Website is temporarily unavailable
Website is temporarily unavailable

Fix Godaddy: This Website Is Temporarily Unavailable, Please Try Again Later.

GO DADDY -Website is temporarily unavailable

Website Unavailable Error

We wrote this post for the purpose of fixing a common error with Godaddy. If you are interested in fixing this error, you must read and follow these instructions we have created. If you fail to follow these steps, you will not be able to resolve ‘This Website Is Temporarily Unavailable’ error. Last week we received a support request involving a customer which complaint about getting an error after they made some changes to their website. We were advised by the customer that she made the changes because while she was on her Google Webmaster’s account, google recommend her to setup a 301 redirect on her pages to resolve some 404 errors and duplicate pages on her blog website.

How To Fix

Don’t worry, what you did is not uncommon. Many webmaster have done it in the past. Getting support from Goddady can be hard sometimes. Although Godaddy is not the same company it once was, their support is still OK, not great, but OK. To fix it all you have to do is follow the next instructions.

These steps will guide you through each step you must take to be able to fix this error. To continue to the next step, just click on the next button. I have included pictures of the actual Godaddy control panel as an example so you can fix your trouble. The error you are seeing is because of your forwarind rules, I can prove it. The error is a generic error generated by Goadaddy. Click on this link to see the error: http://184.168.221.5 Once you have logged into your Godaddy Account, please go ahead and click to step 2

Step 1. Login to your Godaddy account.

 

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Step 4. in the Settings tab, under forwarding, click on ‘Manage’ under Domain

NOTE: please note, I know on the image here, the red arrow is pointing to the subdomain section, but you have to actually click on the link above just that where it says Domain: Off
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Step 5. a modal alert window will pop up, just delete the forward rule by clicking on the x icon and save.

step 6. Done

That is all you need. Please note that you will have to wait a little bit while the Godaddy system updates the forwarding rules. Usually this takes less than a minutes. Give yourself a minute after you have saved the changes and refresh your browser and go back to the domain name settings, you should see the forwarding rule out. If you want to know why you are getting this error and how you can avoid it next time, continue reading my post, I will explain.

Next time, Don’t panic! We got you covered.

 

Everything is ok. If you are reading this post is probably because you have a website and now you are seeing this error come up that says:

Why you Get This Error?

This website is temporarily unavailable, please try again later.

so what happened? while you were in Godaddy’s domain control panel, you probably set you domain name for Forwarding…

According to Godaddy.. Forwarding lets you send your domain’s visitors to another website.

you did not forward your domain correctly. to fix it, check your forwarding settings, if they look ok, i hate to tell you this, but is not ok, you can delete it and have your website working again.
NOTE: be sure your dns settings are correct. by that i mean, that you IP Address is correct and not set to godaddy’s forwarding ip address (184.168.221.5)

but if you see the error you made, just fix it.

another test you can do is ping your website, when you ping it, it will probably point to this Ip Address: 184.168.221.5

the ip address of 184.168.221.5 is godaddy’s forwarding ip address, that’s why you are getting that error message. don’t believe me. try it

go to http://184.168.221.5

UPDATE: I want to give you my scinario..
* i had a website which i buy the domain name form Godaddy.
* I have Godaddy Premium DNS and i made the changes in their DNS control panel.
* The website was hosting in another server

So, the problem with me was that the domain i have with Godaddy, it was not hosting on a Godaddy server, it was on another server. and that was my problem. IF YOU ARE HAVING THIS PROBLEM. MAYBE, YOU PROBLEM IS THAT YOU ARE NOT HOSTING YOUR WEBSITE ON A GODADDY SERVER.

If you are new to DNS, you are probably asking yourself, what do i mean by ‘Hosting on another server’.. well, you see, Goaddy, besides selling domains, they sell web hosting for your domain, and if your domain name is not hosted by Godaddy, then domain forwarding is not going to work. There is a way to check this.

step 1. go to https://who.godaddy.com/
step 2. Enter your domain name and search
step 3. in the results, there is a section called ‘Name Server’, if it doesn’t have DOMAINCONTROL.COM, then your domain name is not being hosted by Godaddy and that is your problem. well, atleast, that was my problem.

hope this helps

NOTE: It can take from 24 to 48 hours for the domain changes to replicate to all DNS servers around the world. so you will have to wait a while before you can see the changes. After I deleted my forwarding, it took about 10 minutes until i could see my website, but just be aware that it could take up to 48hrs.. if after 48hrs you still getting this error message after you deleted forwarding, i would open a ticket with godaddy. maybe they can help you. but i would recommend that you double check and triple check if possible to make sure you deleted correctly.

Resources: http://support.godaddy.com/help/article/422/forwarding-or-masking-your-domain-name

IF you are still having issues, I can help you. leave me your comments, I will respond right away.

Most popular keywords on Google search engines

  • Google keywords
    Google keywords
  • The following list of keywords is the most popular 500 keywords used on search engines over the last year provided by Wordtracker. These top keywords are real searches made on the Metacrawler and Dogpile search engines.
  • Google keywords
  • To find keywords that apply directly to your business, try the free trial available at the Wordtracker web site.

    Most popular long term keywords (top 500 only)

    Rank Keywords Searches
    1 hotels 2253849
    2 facebook 1153319
    3 youtube 571140
    4 craigslist 473659
    5 facebook login 460496
    6 aquarius 460460
    7 google 430871
    8 ebay 363682
    9 yahoo 328325
    10 yahoo mail 230459
    11 gmail 208876
    12 hotmail 190706
    13 mapquest 184557
    14 you tube 159023
    15 amazon 158090
    16 facebook.com 142748
    17 google maps 142405
    18 walmart 138017
    19 yahoo.com 135497
    20 home depot 123139
    21 hotmail.com 113935
    22 pthc 110840
    23 msn 102255
    24 backpage 99727
    25 amazon.com 99043
    26 netflix 93992
    27 aol 92423
    28 weather 90682
    29 cnn 88217
    30 lowes 85831
    31 aol.com 83350
    32 best buy 83239
    33 dogpile 82598
    34 google.com 81122
    35 target 73247
    36 cars 70309
    37 google search 69998
    38 espn 69708
    39 wikipedia 69454
    40 hot 69072
    41 fox news 68647
    42 ls island 65735
    43 sears 64995
    44 nudist 64542
    45 ebay.com 64381
    46 bing 64332
    47 gmail.com 63313
    48 white pages 61996
    49 craigs list 61033
    50 youtube.com 58471
    51 southwest airlines 56507
    52 peachtree accounting currper 55702
    53 drudge report 55603
    54 www.facebook.com 54577
    55 youtube videos 53637
    56 verizon wireless 52229
    57 craigslist.com 51496
    58 jebanje matorke 50774
    59 weather channel 49480
    60 weather.com 49342
    61 plenty of fish 48306
    62 dictionary 47843
    63 ls dreams 47677
    64 kim kardashian 47431
    65 comcast.net 45798
    66 motherless 45667
    67 occupation of america 45666
    68 msn.com 44983
    69 showtimeback.homestead.com 44976
    70 teeny angels 44285
    71 dezzyb.homestead.com 43832
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    73 news 42731
    74 lovelybadone.homestead.com 42695
    75 girls 41464
    76 msnbc 41419
    77 imdb 40307
    78 walmart.com 40037
    79 hulu 40012
    80 por hub 40008
    81 egotastic 39353
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    83 bikini 39222
    84 cancer 39218
    85 leo 39143
    86 myspace 38498
    87 carmen electra 38406
    88 google earth 38278
    89 hotmail sign in 37858
    90 v for victory 37410
    91 bank of america 37332
    92 yellow pages 37259
    93 naturism 37170
    94 scorpio 36876
    95 index.htm 36769
    96 taurus 36682
    97 bed bath and beyond 36484
    98 maps 36425
    99 aries 36365
    100 miley cyrus 36132
    101 test 35937
    102 costco 35821
    103 pisces 35709
    104 oops 35311
    105 free galleries 34950
    106 astrology 34791
    107 nudism 34700
    108 beeg 34666
    109 met art 34570
    110 altavista 34501
    111 libra 34391
    112 search engines 34337
    113 tube 34131
    114 gemini 34013
    115 kohls 33787
    116 usps 33577
    117 break ground square feet 33342
    118 jessica alba 32958
    119 mature 32937
    120 drudge 32915
    121 sams club 32867
    122 paypal 32706
    123 games 32642
    124 capricorn 32606
    125 the hunsyellow pages 32414
    126 dogs 32377
    127 lolicon 32231
    128 ls magazine 32108
    129 delta airlines 31797
    130 hurricane tracker 31792
    131 map quest 31760
    132 tmz 31570
    133 a 31510
    134 www.yahoo.com 31356
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    136 babes 30660
    137 dancing with the stars 30625
    138 jennifer aniston 30535
    139 facebook login page 30407
    140 itunes 30354
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    142 empflix 30210
    143 imgsrc 30173
    144 lindsay lohan 30130
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    147 sandra model 29646
    148 nfl 29634
    149 google images 29608
    150 ask.com 29474
    151 auto trader 29275
    152 imgsrc ru 29087
    153 free 29042
    154 rss 28952
    155 ups tracking 28711
    156 aol mail 28547
    157 skype 28485
    158 expedia 28382
    159 firefox 28023
    160 ebay motors 27953
    161 verizon 27851
    162 dog 27672
    163 youtube broadcast yourself 27634
    164 flickr 27622
    165 office depot 27578
    166 jessica simpson 27398
    167 american airlines 27380
    168 travelocity 27262
    169 watch tv online 27194
    170 gardening tools 27118
    171 imgsrc.ru 26679
    172 {website} 26594
    173 kmart 26508
    174 scarlett johansson 26373
    175 cabelas 26218
    176 kelly blue book 26158
    177 chatroulette 26006
    178 twitter 25751
    179 radio shack 25741
    180 staples 25612
    181 yahoomail 25573
    182 face book 25454
    183 irs 25453
    184 qvc 25428
    185 movies 25403
    186 pandora 25274
    187 megan fox 25249
    188 kristen s archives 25213
    189 www.google.com 25160
    190 dans movies 25147
    191 online games 25034
    192 cheap airline tickets 24761
    193 67.220.92.22 forum index.php 24717
    194 allergies 24537
    195 bbc news 24508
    196 united airlines 24447
    197 cnn.com 24445
    198 x videos 24418
    199 dailymotion 24416
    200 naturist 24389
    201 halloween costumes 24299
    202 girl 24230
    203 weather forecast 24196
    204 easter baskets 24047
    205 avizoon 23993
    206 barnes and noble 23912
    207 preteensexpics 23507
    208 mortgage calculator 23459
    209 dogpile.com 23407
    210 autozone 23403
    211 plentyoffish 23387
    212 videos 23381
    213 asian 23346
    214 lingerie 23328
    215 american idol 23315
    216 music 23244
    217 katy perry 23220
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    221 funny 22903
    222 macys 22824
    223 facebook log in 22798
    224 topless 22791
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    228 lucy pinder 22038
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    237 victoria justice fakes 21519
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    240 breasts 21180
    241 lowes home improvement 21163
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    243 cats 21082
    244 ikea 21069
    245 toys r us 21053
    246 busty 20997
    247 justin bieber 20975
    248 search engine list 20911
    249 youporon 20863
    250 natalie portman 20808
    251 comcast 20802
    252 ovguide 20669
    253 driving directions 20636
    254 love 20634
    255 irs.gov 20483
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    257 anime 20455
    258 huffington post 20379
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    261 dogpile search spy 20221
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    263 omegle 20020
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    279 cnn news 19283
    280 people search 19283
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    282 dish network 19231
    283 linkedin 19216
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    285 food network 19166
    286 homemade videos 19164
    287 bbc 19129
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    289 apple 19071
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    292 brooke burke 18975
    293 chase.com 18970
    294 pirate bay 18897
    295 cuckold 18866
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    300 overstock.com 18626
    301 kidscorner.com 18623
    302 ask 18618
    303 coupons 18528
    304 casey anthony 18524
    305 movie trailers 18517
    306 vida guerra 18504
    307 christmas around the world 18499
    308 foxnews.com 18490
    309 dreammovies 18470
    310 noaa 18463
    311 book clubs 18448
    312 _google_monitor_query_%20or%20hotels 18447
    313 sports 18401
    314 hot nurse 18394
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    318 beach 18159
    319 pizza 18146
    320 you tube videos 18099
    321 wal mart 18072
    322 dnsphost 18065
    323 backpage.com 18060
    324 gmail login 18056
    325 spring break 18049
    326 milena velba 18032
    327 aff 18014
    328 kelly brook 17998
    329 camfuze 17995
    330 women 17989
    331 big mouthfuls 17974
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BTCBZ is a financial technology company specializing in crytpocurrency to cross-boarder payments and trading. Our aim is to provide traders with cloud-based automated trading solutions powered by cutting-edge technology.

Bitcointalk.org
The main Bitcoin discussion forum, includes subforums for technical support, mining, development and economics. Less

Cointelegraph.com
Cointelegraph covers everything-Bitcoin, bringing you the latest news, prices, breakthroughs, and analytics, with emphasis on expert opinion and commentary from the digital currency community. Less

Bitcoin.com
News and information portal about Bitcoin. Includes a forum

Bitcoin.org
Official site offering documentation, forums and the open source client software which permits to send and receive bitcoins.

Bitcoinwisdom.com
Interactive live charts of the major Bitcoin markets

Bitpay.com
A Bitcoin payment processor. Description of services and prices.

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Contains a number of articles about BitCoin wallets, mining, trading, myths and other useful information.

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Magazine dedicated to providing a neutral and balanced presentation of the Bitcoin world and beyond it, both on-line and in print.

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Easy to use Bitcoin client.

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Unofficial Bitcoin forum.

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Bitcoin micro-payment processor which provides webmasters and developers free crypto-currency faucet scripts, and allows faucet users to collect bitcoins and get paid in bulk without any fees.

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Bitcoinmonitor.com
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Bitcoinpenguin.com
Online casino also playable with litecoin and dogecoin.

Coolbitx.com
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Bitcoin.travel
Bitcoin directory, listing a variety of physical companies across the world who accept Bitcoin as an acceptable form of payment.

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Bitcoin mining profitability calculator.

Bitcointrezor.com
The device holds all private keys so one can create bitcoin transactions on a computer full of malware and it would not matter.

Coinbuzz.com
Source for constantly updated Bitcoin news and information. Covers technology, markets, businesses, and alternate cryptocurrencies.

777coin.com
Offers a selection of exclusive games and slots, cards and roulette.

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Bitcoin mining news blog.

Talkbitcoins.com
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Burj Khalifa – 23 Most Beautiful Inside Pictures Of Burj Al Arab, Dubai

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burj khalifa

Dubai the city of the exotic and futuristic structures is home to many architectural wonders. The Palm Island and Burj Al Arab along with many others hold a place of prominence in the architectural landscape of Dubai. The Burj Khalifa is noted as the tallest structure in the world. This giant structure is over 800 metres tall and features more than 160 floors.

Beautiful Interior Of Burj Al Arab
Beautiful Interior Of Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab Luxury Hotel Interior Picture
Burj Al Arab Luxury Hotel Interior Picture

Burj Al Arab Interior Room Picture
Burj Al Arab Interior Room Picture

Burj Al Arab Reception Interior View Image
Burj Al Arab Reception Interior View Image

Burj Al Arab Inside Interior Top View Photo
Burj Al Arab Inside Interior Top View Photo

Burj Al Arab Interior With Night Lights
Burj Al Arab Interior With Night Lights

Inside The Burj Al Arab Hotel
Inside The Burj Al Arab Hotel

Interior View Of The Burj Al Arab
Interior View Of The Burj Al Arab

Snooker Table Inside The Burj Al Arab Hotel
Snooker Table Inside The Burj Al Arab Hotel

The Amazing Burj Al Arab Hotel Room Inside
The Amazing Burj Al Arab Hotel Room Inside

The Stunning Aquarium Inside Al Mahara At Burj Al Arab
The Stunning Aquarium Inside Al Mahara At Burj Al Arab

Pool Inside The Burj Al Arab In Dubai
Pool Inside The Burj Al Arab In Dubai

Interior Of Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Interior Of Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Fountain Inside The Burj Al Arab
Fountain Inside The Burj Al Arab

Fountain Inside The Burj Al Arab
Fountain Inside The Burj Al Arab

 

 

 

Burj Al Arab Fountains Inside
Burj Al Arab Fountains Inside

Amazing Interior Of The Burj Al Arab
Amazing Interior Of The Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab Inside Architecture

Burj Al Arab Inside View Image
Burj Al Arab Inside View Image

Access to the observatory at Burj Khalifa is through the ground level of the Dubai Mall. Throughout the journey to the observation deck you are bombarded with Dubai’s rich history and the legend of Burj Khalifa. The observation deck located at the 124th floor of Burj Khalifa is rightly coined ‘At the top’. A high speed elevator travelling at the speed of ten metres per second takes to the observation deck. The deck is enclosed by glass walls from floor to ceiling. From the deck you have the 360 degree view of Dubai city, desert and the Gulf which comprise the brand name Dubai. The view at night is even better as the city lights and night stars light up the city. The installation of special telescopes at the observatory deck gives virtual time travel views below and beyond the Burj Khalifa. For the more daring and adventurous is the open air terrace featuring spectacular views from the Burj Khalifa. At the top indeed offers an unfettered view of Dubai.
Shop at the Top and take home a miniature version of the Burj Khalifa as a souvenir of your Dubai holiday. It will remind you of the feeling of being on top of the world, every time you lay eyes on it.

Escalater burj khalifa
Escalater burj khalifa

Burj Al Arab Architecture Inside

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