Sunday, 30 November 2008

What is a Search System?

What is a Search System? Search system: An organization that possesses a combination of software, hardware, and people that is used to index or categorize Web sites — they build the index or directory you search through at a search site. Google is a search system, but and are not. In fact, if you goto or and search, you actually get Google search results.

What is search site?

What is search site? Search site: A Web site at which you can search through some kind ofindex or directory of Web sites, or perhaps both an index and directory. (In some cases, search sites allow you to search through multipleindices.),, and are all search sites.

Google and the Open Directory Project provide search results to hundreds of search sites. In fact, most of the world’s search sites get their search results from elsewhere.

What Are Search Engines and Directories?


The term search engine has become the predominant term for search system or search site, but before reading any further, you need to understand the different types of search, um, thingies, you’re going to run across.

Basically, you need to know about four thingies:

1. Search indexes or search engines: These are the predominant type of search tools you’ll run across. Originally, the term search engine referred to some kind of search index, a huge database containing information from individual Web sites. Google’s vast index ( ) contains over 3 billion pages, for instance. Large search-index companies own thousands of computers that use software known as spiders or robots (or just plain bots — Google’s software is known as Googlebot) to grab Web pages and read the information stored in them. These systems don’t always grab all the information on each page or all the pages in a Web site, but they grab a significant amount of information and use complex algorithms to index that information. Google is the world’s most popular search engine.

2. Search directories: A directory is a categorized collection of information about Web sites. Rather than containing information from Web pages, it contains information about Web sites. The most significant search directories are owned by Yahoo! ( and the Open Directory Project ( Directory companies don’t use spiders or bots to download and index pages on the Web sites in the directory; rather, for each Web site, the directory contains information such as a title and description. The two most important directories, Yahoo! and Open Directory, have staff members who examine all the sites in the directory to make sure they are placed into the correct categories and meet certain quality criteria. Smaller directories often allow people submitting sites to specify which category should be used.

3. Non-spidered indexes: I wasn’t sure what to call these things, so I made up a name: non-spidered indexes. A number of small indexes, less important than the major indexes such as Google, don’t use spiders to examine the full contents of each page in the index. Rather, the index contains background information about each page, such as titles, descriptions, and keywords. In some cases, this information comes from the meta tags pulled off the pages in the index. In other cases, the person who enters the site into the index provides this information.

4. Pay-per-click systems: Some systems provide pay-per-click listings. Advertisers place small ads into the systems, and when users perform their searches, the results contain some of these sponsored listings, typically above and to the right of the free listings.

Thursday, 20 November 2008

How to Upload Video to Blogger Blog

"How to Upload Video to Blogger Blog" video tutorial.

Some times you want or need to put a video in to your blog post, it's not a hard task, just follow this video instruction.

How to Upload Video to Blogger Blog part 1

How to Upload Video to Blogger Blog part 2

There is another way to upload video to your blog, and I think that it is a better way: simply go to , register and upload your video. After you are done, just copy the "Embed" code and past it in to your post (in "Edit html" mode)

Friday, 2 May 2008

How to set up Google Analytics on Blogger blog

How to set up Google Analytics on Blogger blog:

Google Analytics is a service for tracking your traffic. It will show you information about your visitors: from where did they came to your blog, what keywords they was using in search engines (to find your blog), from that back links they came from, the countries where they live, landing pages etc.

How to setup Google Analytics:

1. First of all, you need to have Google account. Just go to Google and create it. After that, go to Google Analytics page and sign in and click sign up.

2. Enter your blog URL, account name, choose your country and click "Continue".

3. Enter your last name (optional), first name (optional), telephone (optional), country, click "Continue".

4. Read the following terms and conditions bla bla bla (optional =)))), check the checkbox, and click "Create new Account".

5. Now you will get a code. You need to put it in to your blog template. Go to your blogger account --> Layouts --> Edit HTML --> Backup your blog. Copy and paste the code into the bottom of your content, immediately before the </body> tag . Save your template. Go back to Analytics page and click "Continue".

That's it. Google Analytics updates every day, you can access the reports from your Google account or here:

How to Backup your Blogger blog

How to Backup your Blogger blog:

That's a simple question, but people often ask about: "how to backup my Blogger blog?"


1. Go to your Blogger account.

2. Choose your blog and click "Layout" and "Edit HTML".

3. Now you see the "Backup/Restore Template", click on "Download Full Template".

Your blog is saved on your computer. To restore it, just click on "Browse", choose your saved template and click "Upload"

How to Subscribe to all Comments on Blogger Blogs

How to Subscribe to all Comments on Blogger Blogs:

Many readers are asking this question, some of them want to subscribe to all comments, some of them want to create "Recent (Last) Comments" widget...

The answer is very simple:

This is the URL address of ALL comments from Blogger blogs (ordered by data):

Don't forget to change YourBlog to real blog name.