Sunday, April 7, 2013



  1. beautiful and embarrassing, the expression of the whole class please :)

  2. I love the fact the this a future we can look forward to... where young male get the kind of attention they deserve and so urgently need! it would be interesting to hear a little more about what drove our culture to embrace this time honored form of discipline again!

    In the mean time, I hope you share with us what happens at the 2:00 appointment!

  3. How embarrassing! The look of mortification on on our hero's face; I can really feel for him.

  4. Will I succeed? The answer lies only with you. It depends on your drive and passion to succeed.
    Many give up because they believed that to make money online, you just have to click your way to tons of money waiting for easy picking.
    You need to learn, learn plenty, learn quickly and apply what you learn.
    You will make many mistakes and would want to
    kick yourself blue but that is the only way to learn and be
    better. It's 100% that changes on your web pages influence the position of your website on search engines. However, it's
    not so clear how search engines react to the changes on your site
    and what exactly causes the changes in the search results. A new search engine patent might have some answers.
    Several search engine patents deal with
    the changes on your site Google published a patent that described how
    the changes on your web pages influence the rankings of your site 6 years ago.
    Last month, Microsoft was granted another patent that discusses the
    influence of web page changes on search engine rankings.

    This new patent shows which elements on your web pages might be monitored by search engines.

    Which web page elements are monitored by search engines?
    According to the new patent, changes of the following web page elements
    can influence the position of the page in the search results: Keywords that are included
    in a web page. Keywords that are associated with a web page The anchor texts that
    are used in links on the page. The colors and the sizes of images on the page.
    The position of text or images on the page. The frequency of document changes over time.
    The amount of the web page content that has been changed.
    Tags that are assigned to the page. Search queries
    that are used to find the page. How exactly do changes in these elements influence the
    rankings of a page? According to the patent, searches are classified into the two categories "informational"
    and "navigational". The effect of the web page changes depends on the category of a search query.
    A navigational query is a query that is used to find a particular site.
    For example, a search for "ny times" will lead to the home page of the sites.
    Examples for information queries are "how do I fix a broken bicycle tire" or "who won the 2011 XYZ awards"?

    If the searcher is looking for information about a recent event 2011 XYZ
    awards then pages that recently added the keyword could be boosted in the search
    results. For navigational queries, pages with static content might
    get a boost. What does this mean to your website?
    This patent was granted to Microsoft but it's likely that Google uses similar methods. Search engines don't just look at the current version of your
    website. They also remember how it was in the past. The changes on
    your website could indicate a change of ownership, they
    could indicate that you try to keep your website up-to-date, they could be a signal for spam and more.

    When you change your web pages, consider which signal you might be sending to search engines.
    When you optimize the pages of your website, do not optimize a page that already has
    high rankings for one of your keywords. Better optimize
    another page of your site for the new keyword.

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  5. the next please :)