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Thursday, June 11

Hello All,
Here is the list of Free Blog Directories which will help to get ranking rankings for your blog in Google and other search engines..

Submit your blog to the below mentioned directories and let me know your feedback..

ablogin.com
addurlguide.com
addyourblog.com
allforblog.com
bestblogs.org
biggerblogger.com
blogadda.com
blogadr.com
blogarama.com
blogbal.com
blogcatalog.com
blogdigger.com
blogdir.co.uk
blogdire.com
blogdirectory.net
blog-directory.org
blogdirectory.org.uk
blogdirectory.ws
blogdirectorysubmission.com
blogdirs.com
blogdup.com
blogflux.com
blogfolders.com
bloggapedia.com
blogged.com
bloggeries.com
bloggernity.com
bloggernow.com
bloggingfusion.com
blogher.com
bloghints.com
bloghub.com
blogicas.com/
blogio.net
bloglines.com
bloglisting.net
bloglog.com
blognation.com
blogoriffic.com
blogpoint.com
blogpulse.com
blogratedirectory.com
blogratings.com
blogrific.com
blogrollcenter.com/
blogs-collection.com
blog-search.com
blogsearchengine.com
blogsitelist.com
blogskinny.com
blogsranker.com
blogsrater.com
blogswirl.com
blogtopsites.com
bloguniverse.com
bloguniverse.org
blogville.us
bocaiw.net
boingboing.net
boxyblogs.com
britblog.com
cipinet.com
directoryblogs.com
fuelmyblog.com
globeofblogs.com
highclassblog.com
hottestblogs.com
indianbloggers.org
indiblogger.com
interestingblogs.org
japanblogdirectory.com
listablog.com
oneblogs.in
photoblogdirectory.net
problogdirectory.com
search4blogs.com
startupblogs.net
theblogresource.com
thecanadianblogdirectory.com
topblogarea.com
totalblogdirectory.com
weblogs.co.in
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Tuesday, April 3

Google Banned Checker tools help SEO optimizer and link builder to notify the websites which are removed by Google for spamming, malware or computer harmful website (virus affected).


WHY SEO/LINK BUILDER SHOULD CHECK GOOGLE BANNED WEBSITES?

You may be aware of Google terms and policies (Webmaster Guidlines). Sometimes while doing off page optimization, optimizer submit their website into such websites which are banned especially by Google or other major search engines. The submitted website to such blacklisted websites leads to non ranking state by Google, in other words websites which have good ON Page SEO in their website do not rank because you are linked with a malware website. SEO/Link Builder must not have greed to just submit their website blindly to save time. Make sure you use the following tools to avoid the blacklisted websites.


TOP GOOGLE BANNED CHECKER TOOLS

These are most popular tools used for Google banned websites check across the world

Other Tips to Avoid Google Banned Websites
  • Check if the Page rank of a website(directory or any other) is genuine
  • Search the website by site:www.example.com into google.com
  • Avoid using software for link builing (do manual link building)
  • Avoid link exchange with websites which do not have category.



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Tuesday, March 13

Find some of the SEO related forums which are having good traffic and branding in SEO world..


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Monday, February 27


Here are some of the top video submission sites where you can submit your videos, get backlinks and free website promotion.
www.youtube.com - PR9 - You do get a dofollow link back to your site in your channel profile.
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Thursday, February 23

Many of us actively use sites such as Twitter and Facebook to promote businesses. And those of us who want to connect with more business-related contacts may turn to sites like LinkedIn to develop relationships with people we have worked with or may want to work with. But not every site is oriented toward the business world and its needs.

There are a growing number of social networking sites specifically focused on business users and meeting their needs. Here is a list of 36 additional leading social networking sites for business professionals and entrepreneurs including startups that are worth a look. This list is current as of October 2011, and will likely remain very fluid in the future.

Affluence.org- Affluence.org is a private social network where wealthy individuals connect, share information and engage in meaningful conversations. Affluence.org also provides exclusive, high quality content and advice from experts on subjects such as art, technology and travel.  Membership in Affluence.org reportedly requires a net worth of $1 million (US) or annual household income of $200,000.

Biznik- A community of entrepreneurs and small businesses dedicated to helping each other succeed.  It is the local, independent entrepreneurial community where collaboration beats competition.

Black Businesswomen Online- A social network for African American Women in Business, Entrepreneurs and Bloggers.

Black Business Space- Black Business Space is a community of business owners and entrepreneurs. It uses the tagline “Where Networking and Money Meet”.

Blogher- Blogher calls itself “A Life Well Said”. It is a community of women bloggers in many areas.

Blogster- Blogster is a blogging community that features specific-interest blogs. Blogster members can network and collaborate by creating a blog, commenting on articles and interacting in a diverse online community.

Cofoundr- Another fast growing online network for entrepreneurs. It is a private
community of startup founders such as developers, investors, CEOs, advisors, and
programmers. They are looking to find co-founders, build teams, and get advice.

Data.comThis site was formerly Jigsaw.com and is now owned by Salesforce.com. The individual option offers an online business card networking directory updated by its more than 2 million members who can easily establish contacts with each other.

EFactor- An online community and virtual marketplace designed for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs. It is the world’s largest network of entrepreneurs, including over 25,000 vetted investors.

Ecademy- A business network for creating contacts and sharing knowledge. It offers online networking for business, offline networking events and global networking groups. It has been around since 1998. Chairman Thomas Power is the ultimate networker, with 23,000+ LinkedIn connections and 741 LinkedIn recommendations.

Entrepreneur  Connect- This community was created by Entrepreneur.com
as a site where professionals can network, communicate, and collaborate with
others. This site is not intended for mass self-promotion, but is a positive destination where entrepreneurs can exchange real advice and make lasting connections.

FledgeWing- Fledge Wing is an online community aimed at entrepreneurial university students launched in February 2009. It provides aspiring student entrepreneurs with the social media connections they need to develop build and launch new companies.

Focus- A community focused on helping business decision makers and IT professionals make decisions and share expertise in functional areas of business. The community has numerous categories such as small business, HR, Finance, Sales and Marketing.

Go Big Network- This site helps connect companies with investors. Over 300,000 startups have used this community to find funding.

Google+Google’s entry into social networking is called real life sharing, rethought for the web. There are many important people in the technology world who have joined in, sharing their expertise and opinions.

Gust – Gust is the site for Professional Investor Relations, from Pitch to Exit. Gust provides the infrastructure for identifying opportunities and managing the investment relationship.

Home Based Business Network - This site is an online community and resources for starting a home based business, featuring home business profiles, blogs, forums, videos, ideas, and more.

JASEZone- A professional community where you can find potential clients and business partners.

Meetup- Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world. It can be used for professional interests, not just personal interests.

Networking for Professionals- A business network that combines online business networking and real-life events in US Cities.

PartnerUp- This is an online networking community that entrepreneurs and small business owners use to find the expertise and resources they need to start and grow a business. Members can connect with potential partners, advisers, and business resources such as commercial real estate.

PerfectBusiness- A network of entrepreneurs, investors and business experts that encourages entrepreneurship and mutual success. It provides everything you need to launch and grow a business, including educational videos, articles, events, business plan
software and direct access to experts and investors.

PROSkorePROskore scores and ranks business professionals based on influence and experience using professional history, popularity in social media and peer validation PROskore then uses these scores to help members discover new business opportunities with other members across their network. PROskore currently has over 100,000 members worldwide.

Ryze- A business networking community that allows users to organize themselves by interests, location, and current and past employers. It is particularly oriented to new entrepreneurs.

SiliconIndiaSiliconIndia is the largest professional network in India. It has over
2 Million members, and more than 50,000 new members are reportedly added every
week.

StartupNation- This site provides real-world business advice to people who want to start a business and who want to grow their small businesses. It is a free service founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs.

TalkbiznowBased in the UK, this is a comprehensive interactive business networking site for business professionals.

The Funded- Entrepreneurs can research, rate, and review venture capital sources worldwide here. It is an online community of over 16,500 CEOs, Founders and entrepreneurs.

Upspring- You can connect, share, and learn about the professionals and businesses in your community here.

Unstucture.org- This is an open discussion platform for business professionals, bloggers and contemporary thought leaders to discuss and debate action ideas that would aid the evolution of business. It also has an annual physical event and has published a book of insight and action ideas for businesses of the future.

Ushi.cn- Ushi is the premier business networking site in China. It includes 50,000 CEO- and CTO-level executives and boasts representatives from more than 85% of China’s venture capital and private equity firms.

XING- A European business network with more than 11 million members.

Yelp- A local business review and talk networking site, including user reviews and recommendations.

Young Entrepreneur- A site for entrepreneurs and small business owners who
are passionate about promoting business for themselves and others to network.  It was founded in 1999.

YouNoodle- This site is a place to discover and support the hottest early-stage companies and university innovation. The members passionately support the start-up ecosystem.

Ziggs- A professional connection portal founded on the principles of professionalism and respect.  It claims to be your one-stop source for building your online brand, marketing yourself on the web and simplifying communications with people.
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Friday, October 21


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Thursday, September 22


http://forums.digitalpoint.com
http://www.sitepoint.com/forums
http://www.webmasterforums.com
http://www.allcoolforum.com
http://www.warriorforum.com
http://forums.webicy.com
http://thehyipforum.com
http://www.webmasterforumsonline.com
http://www.webmasters.am/forum
http://www.webmasterforums.net
http://www.devhunters.com
http://www.webmaster-forum.net
http://www.geekvillage.com/forums
http://www.zymic.com/forum
http://www.webmastershelp.com
http://www.webmasterdesk.org
http://www.webmasterground.com
http://developers.evrsoft.com/forum
http://www.websitebabble.com
http://www.talkingcity.com
http://www.australianwebmaster.com
http://www.wtricks.com
http://www.forums.webzonetalk.com
http://www.htmlforums.com
http://www.searchbliss.com/forum
http://www.webmasterize.com
http://www.webmasterserve.com
http://www.freehostforum.com
http://www.seorefugee.com/forums
http://www.cre8asiteforums.com/forums
http://forums.seo.ph
http://forums.delphiforums.com
http://www.web-mastery.net
http://www.webworkshop.net/seoforum/index.php
http://www.webproworld.com
http://www.bzimage.org
http://www.v7n.com/forums
http://www.dnforum.com
http://www.webcosmoforums.com
http://forums.webicy.com
http://forum.hittail.com/phpbb2/index.php
http://www.affiliateseeking.com/forums
http://siteownersforums.com/index.php
http://www.webmaster-forums.net
http://www.geekpoint.net
http://www.smallbusinessforums.org
http://forums.ukwebmasterworld.com
http://www.experienceadvertising.com/forum
http://opensourcephoto.net/forum
http://forums.seochat.com
http://forums.searchenginewatch.com
http://www.ihelpyou.com/forums
http://dishnews.medianetwork.co.in/yabb2/YaBB.pl
http://www.businesss-forum.com
http://www.9mb.com
http://acapella.harmony-central.com/forums
http://forums.seroundtable.com
http://www.submitexpress.com/bbs
http://www.startups.co.uk/6678842908…04/forums.html
http://www.webmaster-talk.com
http://forums.comicbookresources.com
http://www.clicks.ws/forum/index.php
http://www.acorndomains.co.uk
http://forums.onlinebookclub.org
http://www.ableton.com/forum
http://www.davidcastle.org/BB
http://www.webtalkforums.com
http://www.bloggapedia.com/forum
http://www.bloggertalk.com/forum.php
http://paymentprocessing.cc
http://www.directoryjunction.com/forums
http://www.internetmarketingforums.net
http://www.lex224.com/forums/index.php
http://forum.joomla.org
http://forum.mambo-foundation.org/index.php
http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php
http://www.namepros.com/index.php
http://loanofficerforum.com/forum
http://iq69.com/forums
http://forum.hot4s.com.au
http://forums.mysql.com
http://forums.amd.com/forum
http://softwarecommunity.intel.com/i…y/en-us/Forums
http://forums.cnet.com
http://seotalk.me
http://dianetwork.co.in
https://www.computerbb.org
http://forum.vbulletinsetup.com
http://www.irishwebmasterforum.com
http://www.app-developers.com
http://forums.stuffdaily.com
http://forums.seo.com
http://www.webdigity.com
http://www.inboundlinksforum.com
http://forums.gentoo.org
http://ubuntuforums.org
http://forum.textpattern.com
http://talk.iwebtool.com
http://www.frogengine.com/forum
http://www.capitaltheory.com
http://www.smsbucket.com/forums/
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Wednesday, August 10

Find the huge list of video promotional websites which will increase your business video branding and traffic...


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Wednesday, July 20


Facebook (World website Rank: 2 | Social Networking Rank: 1)
Facebook is a social network service and website launched in February 2004 that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc. As of July 2010[update] Facebook has more than 500 million active users. Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow computer science students


Twitter (World website Rank: 9 | Social Networking Rank: 2)
Twitter is a website, owned and operated by Twitter Inc., which offers a social networking and microblogging service, enabling its users to send and read other users’ messages called tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters displayed on the user’s profile page.


LinkedIn (World website Rank: 22 | Social Networking Rank: 3)
LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking site. Founded in December 2002 and launched in May 2003, it is mainly used for professional networking. As of 2 November 2010 (2010 -11-02), LinkedIn had more than 80 million registered users, spanning more than 200 countries and territories worldwide


MySpace (World website Rank: 37 | Social Networking Rank: 4)
MySpace is a social networking website. Its headquarters are in Beverly Hills, California. Myspace became the most popular social networking site in the United States in June 2006. According to comScore, Myspace was overtaken internationally by its main competitor, Facebook, in April 2008. Myspace employs 1,000 employees, after laying off 30 percent of its workforce in June 2009


Digg (World website Rank: 122 | Social Networking Rank: 5)
Digg is a social news website. Formerly, the site’s cornerstone function consisted of letting people vote stories up or down, called digging and burying, respectively, but as of Digg v4, the “bury” function has been removed. Digg’s popularity has prompted the creation of other social networking sites with story submission and voting systems. The website traffic ranked 122nd by Alexa.com as of November 13, 2010. Quantcast estimates Digg’s monthly U.S. unique visits at 15.1 million


Orkut (World website Rank: 86 | Social Networking Rank: 6)
Orkut is a social networking website that is owned and operated by Google Inc. The service is designed to help users meet new friends and maintain existing relationships. The website is named after its creator, Google employee Orkut Büyükkökten. Although Orkut is less popular in the United States than competitors Facebook and MySpace, it is one of the most visited websites in India and Brazil.


Hi5 (World website Rank: 135 | Social Networking Rank: 7)
Hi5 is a social networking website. The company was founded in 2003 by Ramu Yalamanchi. Quantcast reports Hi5 has 2.7 million monthly US visitors and 46.1 million global visitors


Badoo (World website Rank: 137 | Social Networking Rank: 8)
Badoo is a multi-lingual social networking website, managed out of a London headquarters, but owned by a company in Cyprus. The site allows users to create profiles, send each other messages, and rate each other’s profile pictures at no cost, but charges fees for features which are designed to make the user’s profile more visible to other users, thereby increasing the opportunities to attract attention. Charging for these enhanced visibility features is the site’s primary business model.

Badoo includes a geographic proximity feature, which identifies users’ locations based on analysis of their network connection. This lets users know if there are people near to their current location who may wish to meet.


StumbleUpon (World website Rank: 159 | Social Networking Rank: 9)
StumbleUpon is a discovery engine (a form of web search engine) that finds the best of the web, recommended to each unique user. It allows its users to discover and rate Web pages, photos, and videos that are personalized to their tastes and interests using peer-sourcing and social-networking principles.


Ning (World website Rank: 159 | Social Networking Rank: 10)
Ning competes with social sites like MySpace, Facebook and BigTent by appealing to people who want to create their own social networks around specific interests with their own visual design, choice of features and member data. The central feature of Ning is that anyone can create their own social network for a particular topic or need, catering to specific membership bases.

At its launch, Ning was a free-form platform for the development and hosting of open-source “social applications.” The source code for Ning applications was available to users, and the service made it easy for anyone to fork a Ning application, modify its PHP code and run it as their own. Applications included photo albums, blogging software, and many for sharing business reviews. In late September 2006, Ning narrowed its focus to offering a group website, a photos website, and a videos website for people to copy and use for any purpose.


NetLog (World website Rank: 271 | Social Networking Rank: 11)
Netlog (formerly known as Facebox and Bingbox) is a Belgian social networking website specifically targeted at the European youth demographic.
The site was founded in July 2003 in Ghent, Belgium, by Lorenz Bogaert and Toon Coppens, and as of September 2010[update] has 70 million registered users across 25 languages. On Netlog, members can create their own web page, extend their social network, publish their music playlists, share videos, post blogs and join groups.


MeetUp (World website Rank: 519 | Social Networking Rank: 12)
Meetup.com (also called Meetup) is an online social networking portal that facilitates offline group meetings in various localities around the world. Meetup allows members to find and join groups unified by a common interest, such as politics, books, games, movies, health, pets, careers or hobbies. Users enter their ZIP code (or their city outside the United States) and the topic they want to meet about, and the website helps them arrange a place and time to meet


Friendster (World website Rank: 701 | Social Networking Rank: 13)
Friendster is a social networking website. Its headquarters are in Morgan Hill, California. The service allows users to contact other members, maintain those contacts, and share online content and media with those contacts. The website is also used for dating and discovering new events, bands, and hobbies. Users may share videos, photos, messages and comments with other members via their profile and their network.

Friendster has over 115 million registered users and over 61 million unique visitors a month globally. The website receives approximately 19 billion page views per month, and is in the top 600 global websites based on web traffic.


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