Monday 26 November 2012

How to do Google Authorship Markup

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Everyone is talking about how the search is going social. Google +1 buttons are now integrated in websites, search results, and even in Google Ads. Well all that is important, but we are now seeing a rise in verified Authorship for Google search results. Finally with the new redesign Finally with the new redesign, we have added it in as well. Now when you search our articles or "" in google, you will see the my picture in the results like the screenshot below:

We heard folks claiming that this is increasing click through rates and sometimes rankings as well. In this article, we will show you how you can get google’s verified authorship for your WordPress blog.

You need to add the following code in your theme’s <head> section. (Don’t forget to change the Google+ profile URL to yours). Normally you can do this by editing the header.php file

<link rel="author" href="" />

If you are using a theme framework or just want to put this in as a function, then you can add this by hooking into wp_head(). Paste the following code in your theme’s functions.php file.

add_action('wp_head', 'add_google_rel_author');
function add_google_rel_author() {
echo '<link rel="author" href="" />';
Next thing you need to do is go to your Google+ profile, and add link to your website under the contributors section. 

Lastly, make sure that your +1′s are public on your Google+ profile or this won’t work.
Now you are done. Simply wait for Google to re-crawl your pages and show your face next to it. You can check to see if you did everything right by going to the Google Webmasters Rich Snippets Testing Tool. Below is a screenshot of what it should look like.
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Sunday 18 November 2012

What is the difference between static and dynamic website?

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Now a day, Website Development is very ordinary requirement. But most of the people don’t know that Customized version of website will always give extra ordinary impact to their clients.
Based on look and feel there are two types of website: Template Based Website and Customized Website.

Template Based Website Customized Website Development.
Lots of people in world have or will have websites like yours one, another company details will be replaced by your company details. Website will be designed as per your Custom requirement, so no such website will be found
You have to adjust as per web layout selected Web Design will be adjusted as per your need
Not completely satisfied Complete satisfaction
More Options to choose web theme No need to get more options
Cheap(temporary) solution for Short team Little bit costly for short term vision
Very costly in case of regular changes Very economical solution in case of long vision

In the manner of functionalities, there are basically two types of websites: Static and Dynamic
Static Website:In this type of website once all the company information is uploaded, No change can be done by user or admin (website owner) or we can say that there is no admin panel to manage visitor side of website. If any changes required then it will be charged as per requirements.
User: if frequently changes will not be required in any page of website then we suggest static website.

Dynamic Website: In the most preferable type of website, one admin panel is developed which is accessible by website admin only. Using this admin panel user can manage visitor side of his website.
User: if customer forecasts that he will need changes in website occasionally or regularly, then they prefer to make Dynamic Websites.

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