Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Yahoo and Bing Ignoring NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW in Meta tags

I did not expected it.
It is the basic principles of Search Engines to ignore a page which has < name="robots" content="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">
Quite surprisingly Yahoo and Bing were not stick to the basic principles on the other hand Google strictly adhering to the basic principles.
Observe the site cache of on both Yahoo and BING.

Yahoo Cached page source code (Observe NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW).

See the first site ( which contains NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW) included in yahoo search results.

BING page source code (Observe NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW).See the first site ( which contains NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW) included in BING search results too.

I feel Yahoo and BING needs to adhere to the Basic Search Engine ethics.
Monday, July 27, 2009

Bulk Unfollow twitter users who not following you


Do you use twitter?

Do you want to un-follow twitter users who are not following you?

There is cool tool i found today.

It is here

Follow me on twitter
Thursday, July 23, 2009

Ten Capitalization Rules - Ezine Articles

1. Capitalize the first word of every sentence.

2. “I” is always capitalized, along with all its contractions.
Example: I can do it.
Example: I’ll do it tomorrow.
Example: I’m going to do it now.

3. Capitalize the first word of a quoted sentence.
Example: She said, “I can do this.”

4. Capitalize a proper noun.
Example: Eiffel Tower
Example: Christopher Knight
Example: Federal Bureau of Investigation

5. Capitalize a person’s title when it precedes the name.
Example: Doctor Smith
Exception: Mr. Smith, the doctor at the hospital,
came to check up on me.

6. Capitalize any title when used as a direct address.
Example: “Will you please answer the question, Senator?”

7. Do not capitalize names of seasons.

8. Capitalize points of the compass only when they refer to specific regions.
Example: I have relatives visiting from the South.
Example: I drove south to the end of the block.

9. After a sentence ending with a colon, do not capitalize the first word if it begins a list.
Example: These are my favorite foods: chicken,
potatoes and bread.

10. Capitalize the first word and all the words in titles of books, articles, works of art, etc. excluding short prepositions and conjunctions.
Example: “EzineArticles Writing and Marketing”