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Google just announced uProxy , which is a web browser extension based proxy software they made in collaboration with the University of Washington and the non profit software development company called “Brave New Software”. Google announced about this at the “Google Ideas Summit” which was held today in New York. On uProxy home page Google mentions […]

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Google Page Speed service is the Google’s answer to Cloudflare and I have decided to give it a try on this blog to see how it works and if it makes my site faster. Normally I’m not much in to CDN’s because I could gain similar performance for less cost by using an tuned nginx […]

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Content thieves and the Google Penguin

by Ruchira on June 2, 2013

Google’s penguin updates are really having an impact on genuine web sites. This own blog is just a one of those. Some day on last November, traffic dropped overnight about 50% and I’m seeing a strong decline since then. You might guess that I deserve it, well no I never purchased links or never went […]

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HitTail Review – Rank better on Google

by Ruchira on June 1, 2013

If you mostly rely on the search engine traffic on your web site, you might be regularly searching for new ways to increase the traffic flow by following new search engine optimization techniques and such. As a blogger I would like to get higher positions on Google search to maximize the visitors and keyword targeting […]

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According to the head of Google’s web spam team Matt Cutts, Penguin 2.0 update has been rolled out on 22nd of this month. I have wrote about it 4 days before it went live. These updates sometimes takes time to come in to the effect worldwide  and you should be seeing changes now if Google Panda 2.0 […]

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If you are a Linux newbie and if you are used to Amazon EC2 or any other VPS control panels, Google Compute Engine terminal system will be confusing for you. Google Compute Engine uses Google’s own tool called gcutil tool to manage Compute Engine and its resources. Not only using it but configuring it is bit hard for […]

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Google Compute Engine benchmarks

by Ruchira on May 23, 2013

Google has announced immediate availability of Google Compute Engine to the general public at the Google IO 2013. Google Compute Engine is Google’s answer to the Amazon EC2 and other cloud platforms and it lets you to run virtual machines just like Ec2 with multiple configuration options. Compute Engine instances are based on KVM virtualization whereas EC2 is […]

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Google Penguin 2.0 is rolling out soon

by Ruchira on May 18, 2013

Do you remember the webmaster outrage happened after the Google Panda update which was rolled out April 24th last year? Until now Google has been rolling out lots of small incremental updates to the search algorithm, beating bad web sites to the ground and also affecting some percentage of genuine web sites too. If you have a […]

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