Monday, September 27, 2010

Seach Engine Optimized With Robot.txt


Sorry friends, my English is not good, still in trials. Ok!

Appeared on the first page of search engines with topics that match the keyword is the desire of every owner of the web, but it is not easy because a lot of things to do in order to optimize a web page in order to become like what is desired by the search engines. In my last article I have discussed about how to register in search engines and how to create a sitemap for website easily readable by search engines. So in artike this time I will write a little about how to limit the search engines to not index so carelessly do exist certain limitations that must be obeyed by the spider = search engine crawlers in their duties to index a web page. Rules are written in a file called "robots.txt".

Most websites or blogs have files and folders that there is no point to indexed by search engines such as image files, the admin files or files that you think is the secret. You can limit the spider not to index the file by creating a robots.txt file. To create this file is very easy you only need a notepad to write code robots.txt. Example code can be viewed like this:

User-agent: *

Disallow: /images/

Disallow: /feed/

The code meaning is not allowed to access the spider and index the contents of the directory / images / and all URLs that begin with / feed /.

You can copy and paste the code below to create a robots.txt file

User-agent: Googlebot Disallow: /log/*/trackback Disallow: /log/*/feed Disallow: /log/*/comments Disallow: /log/*?* Disallow: /log/*? Disallow: /log/search User-agent: * Disallow: /cgi-bin/ Disallow: /log/wp-admin/ Disallow: /log/wp-includes/ Disallow: /log/wp-content/plugins/ Disallow: /log/wp-content/themes/ Disallow: /log/trackback Disallow: /log/comments Disallow: /log/feed

Or you can create a robots.txt to your liking using this tool

Next put a robots.txt file in the root directory of your web.

The placement location of the Robots.txt must exist in the main directory = root directory because when search engines come on your site, then he will go directly to the main directory for example, and if search engines do not find it in the root directory, then they will conclude that your site does not have a robots.txt file, then search engines will index all of which he discovered during crawling your site and do not be surprised if you see the entire contents of the site and your confidential files indexed and displayed on search engines .

What I wrote above is a way to limit the search engine spiders and not fully protect your files because in the Internet world there is evil spiders and spiders so well that you should not put your confidential files in your web directory. Good Spider will immediately understand that finding the restrictions did not allow himself to index but to the evil spider boundaries it means nothing and this is usually done by the cyber crime.

Hopefully, my articles useful and if one wants to add please love comments.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Fraud Alert: Phishing — The Latest Tactics and Potential Business Impact

As one of the top cyber crime ploys impacting both consumers and businesses, phishing has grown in volume and sophistication over the past several years. The down economy is providing a breeding ground for new, socially-engineered attempts to defraud unsuspecting business people and consumers. With honest money-earning avenues less available, the cyber crime ecosystem is ready with off-the-shelf phishing kits. It no longer takes a hacker to enable and commit fraud on the Internet — anyone with a motive can join in. The potential impact on a business can be great — whether an employee or its customers have been phished, or the company Web site has been compromised. Organizations need to stay current on the latest methods employed by cyber criminals and proactively take steps to prevent this type of fraud. This fraud alert highlights the current growth and trends in today’s phishing schemes, the potential impact on companies, and insight into how businesses can apply technology to protect themselves and their customers.

+ Phishing Knows No Limits
Phishing — luring unsuspecting users to provide sensitive information for identity or business theft — is a serious threat for both consumers and businesses. In the last decade since phishing arrived on the scene, this fraud method has been growing rapidly, with one estimate citing approximately 8 million daily phishing attempts worldwide. The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) reported that unique phishing attacks submitted to APWG rose 13 percent during the second quarter of 2008 to more than 28,000.2 It also reported that, during the same period, the number of malware-spreading URLs infecting PCs with password-stealing code rose to a new record of more than 9,500 sites — a 258% increase compared with the same quarter in 2007. Figure 1 shows one area of phishing — spear phishing — and its growth over a 16-month period.

+ Be Aware of the Latest Phishing Schemes Spear Phishing
Targeted versions of phishing, called spear phishing, have emerged over the past several years. While common phishing is indiscriminate in its targets, spear phishing targets are known customers of a specific bank, mortgage provider, or other type of organization. Consumers aren’t the only targets of spear phishing. Increasingly, corporate employees are being targeted by savvy criminals. In these attacks, the goal is to gain access to corporate banking information, customer databases, and other information to facilitate cyber crime. According to VeriSign iDefense, spear phishing against corporations reached new heights during April and May 2008. Many of these attacks target senior executives and other high-profile individuals. The victim counts from these attacks is staggering — over 15,000 corporate users in 15 months. Victims include Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, financial institutions and legal firms.

Business Services Phishing
In addition to spear phishing targeted at employees, there have been recent schemes targeting businesses using services such as Yahoo! or Google AdWords. PhishTank reported that AdWords customers were sent e-mails alerting them that their accounts required updating. The account holder was encouraged to log into the spoofed AdWords interface and then provide credit card information.4 With many small and mid-size companies relying on online advertising to drive traffic to their sites, their marketing managers could be easy prey for this type of phishing scam.

Phishing that Plays on Economic Fears
Today’s economic turmoil delivers unprecedented opportunities for criminals to exploit victims. For instance, popular scams include phishing e-mails that look like they are coming from a financial institution that recently acquired the target victim’s bank, savings & loan, or mortgage holder.5 The large amount of merger and acquisition activity taking place creates an atmosphere of confusion for consumers, exacerbated by the dearth of consistent communications with customers. Phishers thrive in this type of situation.

Blended Phishing/Malware Threats
To increase success rates, some attacks combine phishing with malware for a blended attack model. For instance, a potential victim receives a phishing e-card via e-mail that appears to be legitimate. By clicking on the link inside the e-mail to receive the card, the person is taken to a spoofed Web site which downloads a Trojan to the victim’s computer. Alternatively, the victim may see a message that indicates a download of updated software is needed before the victim can view the card. When the victim downloads the software, it’s actually a keylogger.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Great Trick For SEO Friendly


For first, For youngers Blogger... ^_^

This post will be explain for META TAGS and TITLE for blogger platform. Meta tags are code that is inserted in the HTML code blog. Function allows search engines to read a brief description of the blog and the keyword or keywords that are used in these blogs.

Meta tags in installed after the code: <title> ... </title>

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'>

Then the meta tags placed just below the above code, the meta-code is:

<meta content="...deskription your blog here!..." name="description"/>
<meta content="keyword1,keyword2,keyword3,..." name="keywords"/>
<meta content="index | noindex | follow | nofollow" name="robots"/>

Meta Tag Description

Meta description tag is used to give an overview about the contents of your blog pages. The recommended character size is usually 25-30 words (below and / or approximately 150 characters). Then do not let as much keyword repetition three times or more. And try this description could be sentences that are situated at the beginning of your blog pages. Examples of writing meta tag description:

<meta content="Tips SEO and trick blog." name="description"/>

If your blog has been indexed by the search engines (ex: Google), it will look like this:

Blog title
SEO tips and tricks blog. How to maximize a blog to get a top ranking in google search engine ...

Meta Tag Keywords

Keywords meta tag is the basic code is very important to show your blog keywords into search engines. How to produce good and relevant keywords, please read the post "SEO | Optimize keyword, 'keywords'." His meta-code is :

<meta content="keyword1,keyword2,keyword3,..." name="keywords"/>
<meta content="keyword1 keyword2 keyword3 ..." name="keywords"/>

The second function is the same meta and had no effect on search engines. But the purpose of the use of a comma so that keywords are easy to read. Sort the position of the most important keywords up to less important and do not repeat keywords as much as three times or more, because it will be considered spamming. Examples of writing meta tag keyword:

<meta content="search engine,ranking,tips seo,trik blogger" name="keywords"/>

Enter a keyword that matches the theme and content of your blog and do not create keywords that have nothing to do with the content of the blog.

Meta Tag Robots

The objective is to determine the robots meta tag which allowed the blog pages are indexed by a robot. If you want the spiders in search engines to index and browse hyperlinks in your blog, then a robots meta is :

<meta content="index, follow" name="robots"/>
If on the contrary, ie, instructed to spider not to index and browse the links that exist in your blog, then his meta code:

<meta content="noindex, nofollow name="robots"/>

How to Put the Title and Meta Tags for better SEO Friendly Blog.

* Go to Edit HTML.
* Find the code (located on top of) the following:

<head> <b:include data='blog' name='all-head-content'/> <title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title> <b:skin><![CDATA[

Tip: If you look hard, try to press the button F3 on your keyboard. Then it will appear below the search toolbar menu browser, so you stay put words to search.

Replace the red code with the code below:
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'>

To add a title, you can do the edit to the code above (note the blue color code), examples:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'> <title><data:blog.pageTitle/> | Tips SEO | Trick Blogger | Blogger NetterKingdom</title> <b:else/> <title><data:blog.pageName/></title> </b:if>

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'> <title>Tips SEO | Trick Blogger | Blogger Netterkingdom | <data:blog.pageTitle/></title> <b:else/> <title><data:blog.pageName/></title> </b:if>

When finished replace the title tags, Meta Tags, now add the code underneath.

<meta content="...description your blog here..." name="description"/>
<meta content="keyword1,keyword2,keyword3,..." name="keywords"/>
<meta content="INDEX, FOLLOW" name="robots"/>

Replace the red code with the description and the keywords and your site (note the blue color code), examples:
<meta content="Tips dan trick blogging " name="description"/>
<meta content="source code,search engine,SEO,template,templates,ranking,blog optimization,code HTML,backlink,widget,gadget,blogger stuff,tips seo,keywords,tips blogging,free directory,traffic,trafik,trick blogger,optima blogger,promo,for blogger" name="keywords"/>
<meta content="INDEX, FOLLOW" name="ROBOTS"/>
So the whole code will look like this:

<b:include data='blog' name='all-head-content'/>

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'>
<title><data:blog.pageTitle/> | Tips SEO | Trik Blogger | Blogger Indonesia</title>

<meta content='Tips dan trick blogger ' name='description'/>
<meta content='
source code,search engine,SEO,template,templates,ranking,blog optimization,code HTML,backlink,widget,gadget,blogger stuff,tips seo,keywords,tips blogging,free directory,traffic,trafik,trick blogger,optima blogger,promo,for blogger' name='keywords'/>
<meta content='INDEX, FOLLOW' name='ROBOTS'/>

Do not forget to save your change !!!

Now try to click on "View Blog" (confined to the red box) and notice changes in your blog title at the top of the browser.

Good luck
My Friends.................... !!!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

History of Blogger


Certainly, right? or is one of the largest blog service provider owned by Google. How true this history?

Originally established on August 23, 1999 by Pyra Labs. Then in February 2003, so Google's Blogger, and all premium facilities (which currently is not free) is free by google. A year later, co-founder of Pyra Labs, Evan Williams, left Google.

In 2004, Google bought Picasa, so the bloggers can upload a photograph for the purposes of nge-blog. On May 9, 2004, Google added some fitur2, like the archives for posts, comments, and post via email.

August 2006, Google launched its latest version in beta, which were coded as "Invader." This move all users to Google's servers, and also adds some features. December 2006, a new version of Blogger no longer beta. And in May 2007, has been moved to Google's Blogger as a whole.


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