Paid URL inclusion

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Understanding how and when to pay for listing your URL with search engines and directories.

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There are many ways to promote your website and one of the most efficient ways is to use search engines. Search engines are the first stop for most people trying to find information, services, and products online. Because of this, it is essential that your website appears quickly in search results.

The Internet contains numerous search engines, some of which offer what is known as “paid inclusion.” This means that you pay the specific search engine an annual fee for your web page to be included in their index.

Of course, every search engine already has an automated program commonly called a “spider” that indexes all the web pages it locates online, and it does this for free. So whether you pay or not, your web page will eventually be indexed by all Internet search engines, as long as the spider can follow a link to your page. The major issue is, then, how quickly your page is indexed.

A search engine that offers a paid URL inclusion uses an extra spider that is programmed to index the particular pages that have been paid for. The difference between the spider that indexes pages for free and the spider that indexes only pages for a fee is speed. If you have paid for inclusion, the additional search engine spider will index your page immediately.

The debate over paid URL inclusion centers around the annual fee. Since the regular spider of these search engines would eventually get around to indexing your web page anyway, why is a renewal fee necessary? The fee is necessary to keep your pages in the search engine’s index. If you go the route of paid inclusion, you should be aware that at the end of the pay period, on some search engines, your page will be removed from their index for a certain amount of time.

It’s easy to get confused about whether you would benefit from paid inclusion since the spider of any search engine will eventually index your page without the additional cost. There are both advantages and disadvantages to paid URL inclusion, and it is only by weighing your pros and cons that you will be able to decide whether to spring for the extra cash or not.

The advantages are obvious: rapid inclusion and rapid re-indexing. Paid inclusion means that your pages will be indexed quickly and added to search results in a very short time after you have paid the fee. The time difference between when the regular spider will index your pages and when the paid spider will is a matter of months. The spider for paid inclusion usually indexes your pages in a day or two. Be aware that if you have no incoming links to your pages, the regular spider will never locate them at all.

Additionally, paid inclusion spiders will go back to your pages often, sometimes even daily. The advantage of this is that you can update your pages constantly to improve the ranking in which they appear in search engines, and the paid URL inclusion spider will show that result in a matter of days.

First and foremost, the disadvantage is the cost. For a ten page website, the costs of paid URL inclusion range from $170 for Fast/Lycos to $600 for Altavista, and you have to pay each engine their annual fee. How relevant the cost factor is will depend on your company.

Another, and perhaps more important, disadvantage is the limited reach of paid URL inclusions. The largest search engines, Google, Yahoo, and AOL, do not offer paid URL inclusion. That means that the search engines you choose to pay an inclusion fee will amount to a small fraction of the traffic to your site on a daily basis.

Google usually updates its index every month, and there is no way you can speed up this process. You will have to wait for the Google spider to index your new pages no matter how many other search engines you have paid to update their index daily. Be aware that it is only after Google updates their index that your pages will show up in Google, Yahoo, or AOL results.

One way to figure out whether paid URL inclusion is a good deal for your company is to consider some common factors. First, find out if search engines have already indexed your pages. To do this, you may have to enter a number of different keywords, but the quickest way to find out is to enter your URL address in quotes. If your pages appear when you enter the URL address but do not appear when you enter keywords, using paid inclusion will not be beneficial. This is because your pages have already been indexed and ranked by the regular spider. If this is the case, your money would be better spent by updating your pages to improve your ranking in search results. Once you accomplish this, you can then consider using paid inclusion if you want to speed up the time it will take for the regular spider to revisit your pages.

The most important factor in deciding whether to use paid URL inclusion is to decide if it’s a good investment. To figure this out, you have to look at the overall picture: what kind of product or service are you selling and how much traffic are you dependent on to see a profit?

If your company sells an inexpensive product that requires a large volume of traffic to your site, paid inclusion may not be the best investment for you: the biggest search engines do not offer it, and they are the engines that will bring you the majority of hits. On the other hand, if you have a business that offers an expensive service or product and requires a certain quality of traffic to your site, a paid URL inclusion is most likely an excellent investment.

Another factor is whether or not your pages are updated frequently. If the content changes on a daily or weekly basis, paid inclusion will insure that your new pages are indexed often and quickly. The new content is indexed by the paid spider and then appears when new relevant keywords are entered in the search engines. Using paid inclusion in this case will guarantee that your pages are being indexed in a timely manner.

You should also base your decision on whether or not your pages are dynamically generated. These types of pages are often difficult for regular spiders to locate and index. Paying to include the most important pages of a dynamically generated website will insure that the paid spider will index them.

Sometimes a regular spider will drop pages from its search engine, although these pages usually reappear in a few months. There are a number of reasons why this can happen, but by using paid URL inclusion, you will avoid the possibility. Paid URL inclusion guarantees that your pages are indexed, and if they are inadvertently dropped, the search engine will be on the lookout to locate them immediately.

As you can see, there are numerous factors to consider when it comes to paid URL inclusion. It can be a valuable investment depending on your situation. Evaluate your business needs and your website to determine if paid URL inclusion is a wise investment for your business goals.

Improving your Home with New Windows

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Want to impress family, friends, and visitors when they come to your home? Do you know how to make a good first impression with your home? Windows and doors make the first statement when someone visits your home. When visitors come to your door, they will notice the windows and doors and judge your personality type accordingly. If you have antique doors and windows, your visitors may think of you as a traditionalist. On the other hand, if you have Victorian-style doors and windows you may be viewed as a traditionalist as well.

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Want to impress family, friends, and visitors when they come to your home? Do you know how to make a good first impression with your home? Windows and doors make the first statement when someone visits your home. When visitors come to your door, they will notice the windows and doors and judge your personality type accordingly. If you have antique doors and windows, your visitors may think of you as a traditionalist. On the other hand, if you have Victorian-style doors and windows you may be viewed as a traditionalist as well.

Therefore, when considering home improvement think about the type of person you are. What is it that you like over other designs that will setoff your personality type? If you like, the wood appeal thus, it may set the example that you are a fashionable person, especially if the wood is clean and newly oriented.

If you are considering remodeling your windows, it is important to know what materials, tools and so forth is necessary to get the job done. To get started we are going to learn a few steps to installing new windows. New windows can be one of your homes most attractive features. New windows can provide convenient ventilation, ease of use, superior natural light and cleaning convenience. There are a variety of windows to choose from and you will need to decide which is best for you. For instance there are casement windows, skylights, sliders, single hung windows, double hung windows, vinyl windows, and bay windows just to name a few.

When looking for windows remember to look for a quality product. Look for specifics like the IG units, Low-G, U-factor, VT, SHGC Factor, etc. within the window. Understanding these different qualities for your window will help you get the correct windows and improve your home immensely.

If you want customary made replacement windows then realize that the materials must be pre-ordered in most instances and this will cost a bit more than other types of window framings. Therefore, you will have time to frame the windows before the material is delivered.

With the old windows in place you will need to clean, remove peeling paint, and smooth out the surface, prepping for new windows. You will need to clean the window frames and trimmings again when the new windows arrive.

The new replacement windows will come with systematic instructions, thus following these steps will help you to do a good job. Windows hardware include insulation, king studs, headers, angled studs, jambs, double rough sills, cripple studs, jack studs, shims, and so forth in some instances.

When the new replacement windows arrive, you will need to prepare the window for installation. You will need to mark the studs to determine where everything falls back in to place as well. Thus, you will need measuring tapes and cutters to cut out the “king studs’ making the studs fitting for the new windows and fitting between the plates. You will need to level the ‘king studs’ plumbing the studs and fitting them into the new window, toe nailing the studs to fit the plates.

Again, before getting started read and follow the new window instructions to get the best results, because you will need to know what inches apart are needed to separate the studs and openings from the new window. Most windows require half-inch openings for the best effect.

The header opening differs as well and will require an opening between stud and header…you will need a leveler to measure and line the re[placement window for fitting.

If removing an older window, you will need to remove the window sash, remove window jambs, remove nails securing the jambs to the framing by cutting them with a reciprocating saw or mini hack saw and prying the jambs loose. You should try to remove the older window as a whole unit.

Once you finish the task, you can look back over your work to make sure that everything is in place, still if you read and followed the window instructions, the window should go up fine.

Again, it makes sense to have the tools and materials in front of you when making home improvements. If you start the job and realize you do not have all the materials and tools needed to do the job, you will have already made an error especially if you have opened the old window already.

This article is not a systematic guide for installing windows, thus the new replacement window instructions would benefit you more. The article is merely intended to help you have an understanding as to how easy it can be to install new windows, while letting you know that your personality is defined by the appeal of your home.

A home owner can recoup about 70% upon sale of a home by replacing older windows. Therefore, home improvement not only increases the equity of your home, it also compliments your personality and can even lead others to determine your personality type.

Clay Tile Roofing

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Clay Tile Roofing

The derivation of clay tile roofing can be traced back from China and the Middle East. These two regions influenced and spread the use of the material throughout Asia and Europe. Even up to this time, Europeans have been using clay tiles for their roof and they also introduced this roofing material to the United States around 17th century. Clay tile roofing became famous in the US because of its durability, almost maintenance-free, and heat resistance.

Clay tile is mainly characterized by its shape and composition. Its other attributes are resistance to breakage, absorption, resistance to freeze-thaw cycles, fireproof, and long lasting. It can last up to an average of 50 to 70 years, but if the quality of clay tile is good, it can even survive beyond that. This type of material is well-known for its traditional and architectural features from centuries ago that is evidently seen in historical remnants of famous structural towers and buildings.

The clay tiles used for clay tile roofing are generally produced in two common shapes, profile and flat. Profile type may be classified into pan and cover, S-tile, and interlocking. Flat tile type can either be just interlocking or non-interlocking.

Clay tile manufacturers produce tiles of different quality. Some have superior and durable tile features; others are made of even unacceptable quality at very cheap price. The tendency of the latter is that it may corrode and wear down after some time. Unlike wood shakes and other roofing materials, this type doesn’t undergo curing like kiln drying or chemical treatment to add up to its durability. Since clay tile eventually erodes, this is best applied for dry climates where rainy seasons are not constant. Considering that clay tiles readily absorb water, location should be highly taken into account.

Clay tile roofing definitely needs strong roofing support because it is massive and is a very heavy material. If in cases of leakage or cracking, clay tiles need not be replaced but can just be repaired. Clay tiles are not only expensive and labor-intensive, installation is also a bit costly. But the use of the material conveys a distinctive look to your home or to a building that cannot be matched by any other roof.

When choosing clay tile roofing, seek the professional advice of expert roofers or roofing consultants. It’s better to pay a higher price rather than end up replacing clay tile roofs every 5 or 6 years because you unfortunately ended up with a poor quality clay tile roofing material.

Classic Roofing

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Classic Roofing

With all the roofing styles and designs that you can choose in the market today, you probably need a little help to push you to the right direction. Proper planning and substantial time should be allotted in choosing the perfect roofing design that would best suit your home. After all, roofs greatly contribute to the look you want your home to depict.

In considering classic roofing styles, you’ll perhaps find the variety almost limitless. From clay to metal tile, you can be certain that you can find the style that would best compliment your home. Classic roofing often requires a considerable amount of craftsmanship and expertise. Adding roof details would greatly contribute to the beauty and elegance of the roof. That is why aside from choosing premium grade materials, it is equally important to hire only the best roofing contractors in your area. This would ensure superior quality workmanship and your satisfaction.

Today, people would prefer virtually maintenance free roofs. Wooden shakes, of course would need extra care and protection. However, there are a dozen alternatives to the classic roofing often found in archetypal homes. Often, the use recycled roofing materials are perfectly appropriate to help you in achieving the classic roofing style to want to pull off. It is also advisable to use the lightweight, synthetic products if you like the traditional, classic roofing design.

The conventional roofing materials commonly used often cannot withstand high winds and other severe weather elements as effectively as synthetic materials. There are steel tiles which are designed to look like classic roofing tile but with the benefit of easier installation and considerably cheaper too. Synthetic roofing materials are available in various styles and textures that you can choose from to achieve the appearance you seek for your roof. The synthetic classic roofing will not only give you the protection and coverage against harsh weather conditions, you can confidently expect it to last longer than the standard cedar or slate roofs.

There are many newer slates and imitation shakes that are actually filled with rubber compounds, making it capable to better inhibit the harmful UV rays, and more durable and fire resistant. Synthetic materials are notably much easier to install using air pressured nail guns.

When first deciding the style of roofing to wish to adapt, be sure to evaluate the benefits of every option. Decide which style that will best enhance the beauty of your home, and would still offer the durability that you need.

Improving your Home with Drywall

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Improve or repair your home using drywall. To drywall a home for repair is easier said than done; however, it is never as difficult as some lead you to believe. When you start to drywall for home improvement, you must follow a few straightforward steps. As for tools, you will need a Putty Trial, Tray, sandpaper, and joint putty, scraper, hammer, paint, thinner, patches, plaster, and a few other items to finish the task.

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Improve or repair your home using drywall. To drywall a home for repair is easier said than done; however, it is never as difficult as some lead you to believe. When you start to drywall for home improvement, you must follow a few straightforward steps. As for tools, you will need a Putty Trial, Tray, sandpaper, and joint putty, scraper, hammer, paint, thinner, patches, plaster, and a few other items to finish the task. Of course, it depends on the size of the area as to what exact tools and materials are needed.

You will need sandpaper, since you start the drywall procedure by sanding down the walls and removing any lumps. You should sand until you see clear white area. You will need a cloth to finish the procedure by wiping down the wall removing any drywall dust.

Plaster comes in handy if there are holes in the wall, thus use the putty trial and scraper to apply the joint putty to fill in the holes and patch if applicable. From time to time, a second coating of plaster is required, thus repeat the course of action until the hole is filled and scraped down to smoothness. You will need to sand the plaster when it is dry.

Never start to drywall until you have sanded down the area, smoothed out the surface, and have washed the wall, freeing the area of any dust. Furthermore, make sure the region is dry previous to sandpapering the area. Start the drywall modus operandi by following the systematic steps provided to you in the kit purchased, and not until you have a clear smooth area.

You need to ensure that you avoid simple s when planning and putting up drywall. Install the ceiling drywall before installing any walls. Work from top (ceiling) to bottom (floor). Try to run the drywall sheets perpendicular to the framing and mark joint locations so they are easier to find. If you can mark the stud locations on the ceiling and floor, do it so it is easier to fasten the drywall sheets. Check the plans for provisions for insulation, ventilation, moisture control and wiring prior to using drywall. Use dry wall nails or screws and cover the wallboard tape with compound. Make certain that you sand the drywall compound to ensure a smooth finish. If not sanded correctly, the bumps will show twofold when you apply paint. Most importantly, do not apply the drywall with the wrong side exposed.

After adding the drywall for home improvement, you are ready to paint. Thus, choosing the paint and brushes appropriate for the job will help you receive a grand effect. Paint the base line area before relocating any furniture in the home. Allow the paint to dry and touch up by re-arranging the furniture, curtains, etc.

Dry walling is not difficult and does not require a lot of technical skill, rather it is time consuming…

If your walls are in serious need of construction you might want to consider other options rather than dry walling and painting the area. Sometimes you merely cover areas that are deteriorating by adding new lining, paneling, covering, etc. Thus, checking into additional options might benefit you while saving you money and time.

Sometimes you can get away with repairs rather than entire makeovers. The walls are layered, thus a bit of plaster or spackle and other tools and materials could dress of the area. If you have rotted area, again you may want to consider other options, or else hire a drywall contractor expert to repair the home.

Sometimes you simply cannot get away with home improvement by doing it yourself. At times, you may need assistance, thus preventing deterioration is critical to save you money.

If you notice areas of the home that are starting to show wear, by taking care of the problem now will save you heartache later. The repairs are easier than entire improvements, thus repairs are also cheaper.

If you have dents, cracks or holes in the walls, buy a plastering or spackling kit and follow the instructions to repair the problem now rather than allow it to linger.

For repairs you will need paintbrushes, knives, spackle, latex bonding liquid, paint, patching plaster, sandpaper, fiberglass wallboard tape, and that about sums it up. For holes, you cover the area with the wallboard tape and then spackle to make the tape stick.

After the spackle is applied, using your sandpaper sand the area repaired until it is smooth. If you notice peeling, paint or loose plaster around the area, use your scraper to remove or clear up the area. After the spackle starts to dry and is sanded, add a second coating to cover the hole entirely. Again, sand and prime the patched area. Finally, you are ready to paint.

See how easy that was. Now, if you allow it to set without attention you will be doing a lot more work later and probably paying out a lot more money. You can use spackle to fix dents and cracks in the walls as well. Plaster or spackle will cover nail holes or holes made from screws. These home repair materials are affordable, thus cover now and save later.

Packaging Tape Facilitates Commerce

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Can you visualize a world without packaging tape? How will you send a package by post, or courier? You can use a twine or string to tie the package, or you can use glue to paste the ends of the package together. These alternatives require more time to apply compared to packaging tapes.

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Can you visualize a world without packaging tape? How will you send a package by post, or courier? You can use a twine or string to tie the package, or you can use glue to paste the ends of the package together. These alternatives require more time to apply compared to packaging tapes.

There are also special fasteners like ties, staples and such. Each of these has some disadvantages. For example, ties come loose, and storing it is not as easy as storing packaging tapes. Ties can also be only be used with packages designed for them.

In today’s world of tailor-made packaging tapes, these alternatives seem crude and inconvenient. Packaging tapes are versatile, being capable of application in different scenarios.

Applying Packaging Tapes

Packaging tape comes in convenient rolls of standard or custom lengths. They can also come in convenient dispensers, and can also be applied using specialized machines. Whether done by hand or machine, you apply the tape at all points that you want to secure.

Packaging Tapes and Tapes

Packaging tapes come in numerous flavors. There is the narrow cello tape that can be used to secure envelopes. There is the three inch paper or plastic tape with extra quick and strong adhesive that can securely seal heavy packages, even if they are over or under packed.

There are also stretchable tapes, strapping tapes, label protection tapes, double sided tapes and so on.

The tapes can come in eye-catching colors. Others might be clear and transparent. The packaging tape can also be plain, or overprinted with handling or other kinds of instructions, or with promotional messages.

Packaging tapes, particularly the wider varieties, offer good scope for printing your logo, name, and contact details. Such printed packaging tapes can act as your brand ambassador, building brand recognition. Enhanced with product promotional messages, the printed messages can also be sales messages.

Using Packaging Tape for Promotional Purposes

Plain packaging tapes might be less expensive compared to custom printed tapes. However, the opportunity cost of using plain tapes can be high. Particularly in the case of the wider and easily printable tapes, you are wasting promotional real estate. You can use this real estate for building your company brand, or promoting your product or service.

Print the tapes with your company logo, name and contact details. Where possible, add a short but strong sales message for your product or service. Select the tape material, color and printing with a view to high visibility. Lay out the whole message in an easy to comprehend design.

Your message will now be seen wherever the package goes. It might be just what one of these observers is looking for at the time. And you would have a new customer. With thousands of packages going to different destinations, the chance of finding such customers is not insignificant.

Even if no new sales result, your brand would imprint itself in many minds. Your brand will become recognized over a much wider area.

Conclusion

Packaging tapes make packaging your product for shipment a much easier task compared to other alternatives. They come in many flavors. Select one that suits your specific needs, and then use the packaging real estate to promote your brand and products.