How to improve your site’s SEO: 4 experts share their priority checklist SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is a pretty dry yet essential topic to most startups, so I’ve compiled some straightforward and easy to follow tips from various SEO experts. Dewi Nawasari, Search Marketing Manager at Autotrader defines SEO as a process of optimising your website to attract relevant customers who are searching for your service using search engines like Google and Yahoo. Although she has not run SEO for any startup just yet, these are the things she recommends you to do to get started: 1) Create good navigation links. Think about making your customer’s journey within your website as easy and smooth as possible. 2) Make your page copy relevant and descriptive. When you type in a search in Google for example, you would see results with big font size titles and a snippet of description below the title, which serves as your first layer of marketing. 3) Include core content within your site. Answer questions like what do you offer? 7) Offer freebies. 11) Create an XML sitemap
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Building an Ultra Light-Weight Car, Part 1 Lots of people would love to make their own vehicle – especially a light-weight design that requires less power and fuel for the same performance. But it’s a lot harder to do than it sounds! The greatest problem isn’t the mechanicals but instead the bodywork and frame. Designs For the home constructor, there are basically two approaches that can be taken: a frame made from small diameter tubing that’s then (optionally) covered in non-structural body panels, or a monocoque. Despite being an old technique, multi-tubular frames remain very popular for one-offs and even small production runs. Bicycles and other human-powered vehicles (like the air suspension recumbent trike shown here) are also made from steel tubes. However, nearly all production cars are made in a monocoque manner, where the pressed steel (or aluminium) panels are welded together to become both the framework and the body. But whatever approach is taken, there are problems. So is there an answer? Planning and Design Costs
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Sobre / About (See below for English version.) Prototyping es un diálogo en línea durante nuestro trabajo de campo y un espacio de reflexión mantenido por Alberto Corsín Jiménez y Adolfo Estalella. El blog registra el progreso de nuestro proyecto etnográfico en el Medialab-Prado de Madrid. La experimentación social es un vasto campo, de hecho, un campo ambiguo (si es que puede hablarse de un campo). Como se hará evidente, nuestro sitio de indagación no es un laboratorio en su sentido convencional, de hecho, no es ni siquiera un sitio. Un argumento más elaborado en torno al prototipo como figura para pensar algunos aspectos de nuestro presente puede leerse en el artículo que preparamos para la conferencia Prototyping cultures que organizamos en Madrid el 4-5 de noviembre de 2010 con el título de Prototyping relationships: on techno-political hospitality. Prototyping is an online fieldwork dialogue and reflection space curated by Alberto Corsín Jiménez and Adolfo Estalella.
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BitTorrent Based DNS To Counter US Domain Seizures The domain seizures by the United States authorities in recent days and upcoming legislation that could make similar takeovers even easier in the future, have inspired a group of enthusiasts to come up with a new, decentralized and BitTorrent-powered DNS system. This system will exchange DNS information through peer-to-peer transfers and will work with a new .p2p domain extension. In a direct response to the domain seizures by US authorities during the last few days, a group of established enthusiasts have started working on a DNS system that can’t be touched by any governmental institution. Ironically, considering the seizure of the Torrent-Finder meta-search engine domain, the new DNS system will be partly powered by BitTorrent. In recent months, global anti-piracy efforts have increasingly focused on seizing domains of allegedly infringing sites. The Dot-P2P project was literally started a few days ago, but already the developers are making great progress.