Understanding Light - and shooting right!

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all cameras average the existing light. What that means is, just because you can see it, doesn't mean the camera can. The human eye is far more sophisticated than the most expensive camera money can buy. For example, you stand someone in front of a bright window, your eye can still tell who that person is, but the camera can not, at least, not without help. Your eye will zoom into a person's face and ignore that bright light around them, but the camera will not

Running Apple Mac OS X on Windows PC!

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In the best case, Mac OS X Leopard on standard PC hardware can use the full graphics acceleration (Quartz, Core Image) and all the characteristics of CPU

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recently their in-depth review of the new Canon Rebel XS 1000D!

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Canon G9 that seemed to have nice specs (12.1 megapixels, a 35-210mm image stabilized lens, and RAW capabilities) and an even nicer price (under $500). The images on the big LCD looked great and the list of pro features on the camera was impressive

[RSS Tips] How to INCREASE your blog traffic

Author: Prassprasetio On Thursday, March 27, 2008 Share on Facebook
What is RSS and how can it help you increase MLM blog traffic?

RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication'. RSS lets you directly deliver your content to all interested parties so they do not have to surf to find your content.

It syndicates your content. It helps you send updated headlines and brief summaries to your subscribers. It is a more efficient way to get your content 'out there, so you can increase MLM blog traffic.

RSS feeds provide an effective means to advertise new content on other websites without the hassles and spamming issues of mass email newsletters.

You can create an RSS Feed without coding it yourself by using an easy to use software applications that can format your XML. You can find some excellent RSS feed plug ins at Feedburner, Feedblitz or FeedForAll.

Here are five tips to set up and maximize your own feeds.

1. Set up Your Own RSS Feed

First, set up an RSS Feed for your site.

A blog created with Blogger or Wordpress will provide you with an RSS Feed that you can place on your site. Get a XML or RSS orange button and place it on your site. Link it to your RSS Feed url - this is your atom.xml link if you're using Blogger. You can also get buttons for feeds in various readers by going to Feedburner, Feedblitz or FeedForAll.

2. Place Other RSS Feeds On Your Site

You can place headlines on your site www.feedburner.com and gives you a headline animator. This will display the RSS feed's headlines with links to the content.

You can also put other content from a feed on your site, you can use http://www.feeddigest.com/ for free to automatically update news and feed content on your blog.

3. Place MSN Search Results Directly on your blog.

MSN has a beta program using RSS in their search. You can put RSS search results directly onto your blog. It can enrich your site with daily updated content. Fresh updated content will draw more eyeballs and increase MLM blog traffic.

It is easy to do; just add "&format=rss" at the end of the URL in your MSN search engine query.

4. Put Yahoo Results on your blog

5. Place the correct tags on your blog and in your posts

Tags are essentially keywords for blogs and you should always use them to increase MLM blog traffic.

Tags have recently gained attention because Technorati, which indexes 4.5 million blogs, started sorting blog posts by using tags

Simply place this code in your blog:

[http://technorati.com/tag/Computers]Computers

Using the correct tags, creating different feed options and placing other feeds on your site are some simple methods to increase MLM blog traffic.

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