Effective techniques for building links

In this video, Matt Cutts answers a question from a viewer regarding techniques on building backlinks to your site. It is important to note that having original content in your site seems to be a major factor in link-building.

    43 thoughts on “Effective techniques for building links”

    1. That’s definitely a good video by Matt Cutts explaining the effective techniques for building backlinks. Well one of the effective techniques in building links to your sites is forum posting, blog commenting or bookmarkings.

    2. Thanks for the good tips you put up on here. Am in much need of more tips like this so feel free to mail some to me. Am developing a web directory and it seems like these tips will greatly help in promoting it out there in cyberspace and getting the traffic it deserves.

    3. The definitive reference guide to VoiceXML by Adam Hocek and David Cuddihy.

      Adam Hocek, David Cuddihy
      Format: Paperback, 480pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Published: January 2003

      VoiceXML 2.0 Developer’s Guide

      Engineer your way to excellence! This professional resource explains in full detail how to build VoiceXML-based applications using real-world programs you can adapt for your own projects. The book includes three full-scale, enterprise-level applications complete with all source code.

      The Staff of DreamTech Inc
      Format: Paperback, 358pp.
      Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: Introduction to Developing Speech Applications

      VoiceXML excels at introducing the process of developing speech-enabled applications. With advice including how to phrase a prompt, how to specify grammar for recognizing the caller’s response to a prompt, and what to do if the caller does not respond appropriately, this text answers fundamental speech user-interface questions. Jim Larson’s book is well suited as a college textbook for students and a trade book for professionals developing speech applications.

      James A. Larson
      Format: Paperback, 336pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: 10 Projects to Voice Enable Your Web Site

      VoiceXML is rapidly becoming the de facto language standard for handling the transition from visual Web browsing to synthesized text-to-speech information access. This book provides Web designers, database managers, and systems designers with all the tools and templates they need to accomplish this transition in the least amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. Mark Miller walks readers step-by-step through ten real world applications-from statement of the problem through code examination, error checking, and deployment-to clearly demonstrate how to use currently available tools, techniques, and strategies for building Internet voice applications. Accompanying each applications project is a telephone number that allows readers to listen to, and interact with, an actual working example of the application.

      Mark Miller
      Format: Paperback, 400pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: March 2002

      VoiceXML: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Voice Application Development with Voicexml 2.0 with CD-ROM

      Providing insights that will help your company improve customer service quality and reduce costs, this informative reference manual introduces you to VoiceXML and serves as a practical programming resource for professional VoiceXML developers. You’ll learn how to create a VoiceXML development environment, and receive tutorials on topics such as VoiceXML 2.0 vendor-independent grammars and deployment options for successful voice applications. Two appendices contain the source code for field service case studies and various VoiceXML tips and tricks.

      Chetan Sharma, Jeff Kunins
      Format: Paperback, 496pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: December 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond

      Ken Abbott’s Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond is a comprehensive introduction to the syntax, concepts and strategies underlying the development of voice-based Internet applications. You’ll learn how VoiceXML (VXML) is the perfect candidate for creating voice-enabled applications, accomplished through a summary and comparative analysis of the roles both markup languages and user interfaces play in creating today’s Web architectures. You’ll be introduced to VXML syntax and programming concepts, quickly learning how to develop dynamic voice applications by following along with the creation of a voice-enabled personal information manager. You’ll also learn about Voice User Interface (VUI) design principles, gaining valuable insight into the techniques used to create efficient, user-friendly voice applications.

      Ken Abbott
      Format: Paperback, 256pp.
      Publisher: APress L. P.
      Published: November 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      The VoiceXML Handbook

      Not a telephony expert? Not a Web expert? No problem, Bob covers all the background you’ll need: how the Web works, how telecom and computer telephony work, XML, voice browsers and more. Once you’ve understood the background, Bob starts with a “Hello, World” application–a VoiceXML page which answers the phone and speaks to you–then leads you step by step through all the features of VoiceXML, including VoiceXML 2.0.

      Bob C. Edgar
      Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 481pp.
      Publisher: C M P Books
      Published: March 2001

    4. I am very confused right now and am tired of looking the way i do. I’ve seen so many articles and links about how to get “ripped” and “build muscle fast”. Then i read that these things normally don’t even work! Then i read how whole wheat is good for you and that eating eggs is good for protein but some say that the actual yoke is not good for you. Then i see thousands of workout techniques and videos and exercise equipment that lots of people say work well but others say it doesn’t. Also you have to do it a specific way or it won’t work! I also noticed that some say to eat 3 times a day, others say 5 or 6. I’M CONFUSED ABOUT IT ALL!!! Teach me as if i don’t know anything about anything, starting from scratch! How do i put on lean muscle, eat correctly, make sure my technique is good and that i’m doing everything right? All i want to do is lose fat and build muscle, something cheap but very effective(budget)! I want a workout plan(very strict) and meals/recipes to eat per meal time and when to eat them(strict)! I want it all in a nutshell basically, be very strict pls! Thanx!

    5. I am very confused right now and am tired of looking the way i do. I’ve seen so many articles and links about how to get “ripped” and “build muscle fast”. Then i read that these things normally don’t even work! Then i read how whole wheat is good for you and that eating eggs is good for protein but some say that the actual yoke is not good for you. Then i see thousands of workout techniques and videos and exercise equipment that lots of people say work well but others say it doesn’t. Also you have to do it a specific way or it won’t work! I also noticed that some say to eat 3 times a day, others say 5 or 6. I’M CONFUSED ABOUT IT ALL!!! Teach me as if i don’t know anything about anything, starting from scratch! How do i put on lean muscle, eat correctly, make sure my technique is good and that i’m doing everything right? All i want to do is lose fat and build muscle, something cheap but very effective(budget)! I want a workout plan(very strict) and meals/recipes to eat per meal time and when to eat them(strict)! I want it all in a nutshell basically, be very strict pls! Thanx!

    6. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    7. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    8. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    9. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    10. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    11. The definitive reference guide to VoiceXML by Adam Hocek and David Cuddihy.

      Adam Hocek, David Cuddihy
      Format: Paperback, 480pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Published: January 2003

      VoiceXML 2.0 Developer’s Guide

      Engineer your way to excellence! This professional resource explains in full detail how to build VoiceXML-based applications using real-world programs you can adapt for your own projects. The book includes three full-scale, enterprise-level applications complete with all source code.

      The Staff of DreamTech Inc
      Format: Paperback, 358pp.
      Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: Introduction to Developing Speech Applications

      VoiceXML excels at introducing the process of developing speech-enabled applications. With advice including how to phrase a prompt, how to specify grammar for recognizing the caller’s response to a prompt, and what to do if the caller does not respond appropriately, this text answers fundamental speech user-interface questions. Jim Larson’s book is well suited as a college textbook for students and a trade book for professionals developing speech applications.

      James A. Larson
      Format: Paperback, 336pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: 10 Projects to Voice Enable Your Web Site

      VoiceXML is rapidly becoming the de facto language standard for handling the transition from visual Web browsing to synthesized text-to-speech information access. This book provides Web designers, database managers, and systems designers with all the tools and templates they need to accomplish this transition in the least amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. Mark Miller walks readers step-by-step through ten real world applications-from statement of the problem through code examination, error checking, and deployment-to clearly demonstrate how to use currently available tools, techniques, and strategies for building Internet voice applications. Accompanying each applications project is a telephone number that allows readers to listen to, and interact with, an actual working example of the application.

      Mark Miller
      Format: Paperback, 400pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: March 2002

      VoiceXML: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Voice Application Development with Voicexml 2.0 with CD-ROM

      Providing insights that will help your company improve customer service quality and reduce costs, this informative reference manual introduces you to VoiceXML and serves as a practical programming resource for professional VoiceXML developers. You’ll learn how to create a VoiceXML development environment, and receive tutorials on topics such as VoiceXML 2.0 vendor-independent grammars and deployment options for successful voice applications. Two appendices contain the source code for field service case studies and various VoiceXML tips and tricks.

      Chetan Sharma, Jeff Kunins
      Format: Paperback, 496pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: December 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond

      Ken Abbott’s Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond is a comprehensive introduction to the syntax, concepts and strategies underlying the development of voice-based Internet applications. You’ll learn how VoiceXML (VXML) is the perfect candidate for creating voice-enabled applications, accomplished through a summary and comparative analysis of the roles both markup languages and user interfaces play in creating today’s Web architectures. You’ll be introduced to VXML syntax and programming concepts, quickly learning how to develop dynamic voice applications by following along with the creation of a voice-enabled personal information manager. You’ll also learn about Voice User Interface (VUI) design principles, gaining valuable insight into the techniques used to create efficient, user-friendly voice applications.

      Ken Abbott
      Format: Paperback, 256pp.
      Publisher: APress L. P.
      Published: November 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      The VoiceXML Handbook

      Not a telephony expert? Not a Web expert? No problem, Bob covers all the background you’ll need: how the Web works, how telecom and computer telephony work, XML, voice browsers and more. Once you’ve understood the background, Bob starts with a “Hello, World” application–a VoiceXML page which answers the phone and speaks to you–then leads you step by step through all the features of VoiceXML, including VoiceXML 2.0.

      Bob C. Edgar
      Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 481pp.
      Publisher: C M P Books
      Published: March 2001

    12. The definitive reference guide to VoiceXML by Adam Hocek and David Cuddihy.

      Adam Hocek, David Cuddihy
      Format: Paperback, 480pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Published: January 2003

      VoiceXML 2.0 Developer’s Guide

      Engineer your way to excellence! This professional resource explains in full detail how to build VoiceXML-based applications using real-world programs you can adapt for your own projects. The book includes three full-scale, enterprise-level applications complete with all source code.

      The Staff of DreamTech Inc
      Format: Paperback, 358pp.
      Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: Introduction to Developing Speech Applications

      VoiceXML excels at introducing the process of developing speech-enabled applications. With advice including how to phrase a prompt, how to specify grammar for recognizing the caller’s response to a prompt, and what to do if the caller does not respond appropriately, this text answers fundamental speech user-interface questions. Jim Larson’s book is well suited as a college textbook for students and a trade book for professionals developing speech applications.

      James A. Larson
      Format: Paperback, 336pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: 10 Projects to Voice Enable Your Web Site

      VoiceXML is rapidly becoming the de facto language standard for handling the transition from visual Web browsing to synthesized text-to-speech information access. This book provides Web designers, database managers, and systems designers with all the tools and templates they need to accomplish this transition in the least amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. Mark Miller walks readers step-by-step through ten real world applications-from statement of the problem through code examination, error checking, and deployment-to clearly demonstrate how to use currently available tools, techniques, and strategies for building Internet voice applications. Accompanying each applications project is a telephone number that allows readers to listen to, and interact with, an actual working example of the application.

      Mark Miller
      Format: Paperback, 400pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: March 2002

      VoiceXML: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Voice Application Development with Voicexml 2.0 with CD-ROM

      Providing insights that will help your company improve customer service quality and reduce costs, this informative reference manual introduces you to VoiceXML and serves as a practical programming resource for professional VoiceXML developers. You’ll learn how to create a VoiceXML development environment, and receive tutorials on topics such as VoiceXML 2.0 vendor-independent grammars and deployment options for successful voice applications. Two appendices contain the source code for field service case studies and various VoiceXML tips and tricks.

      Chetan Sharma, Jeff Kunins
      Format: Paperback, 496pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: December 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond

      Ken Abbott’s Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond is a comprehensive introduction to the syntax, concepts and strategies underlying the development of voice-based Internet applications. You’ll learn how VoiceXML (VXML) is the perfect candidate for creating voice-enabled applications, accomplished through a summary and comparative analysis of the roles both markup languages and user interfaces play in creating today’s Web architectures. You’ll be introduced to VXML syntax and programming concepts, quickly learning how to develop dynamic voice applications by following along with the creation of a voice-enabled personal information manager. You’ll also learn about Voice User Interface (VUI) design principles, gaining valuable insight into the techniques used to create efficient, user-friendly voice applications.

      Ken Abbott
      Format: Paperback, 256pp.
      Publisher: APress L. P.
      Published: November 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      The VoiceXML Handbook

      Not a telephony expert? Not a Web expert? No problem, Bob covers all the background you’ll need: how the Web works, how telecom and computer telephony work, XML, voice browsers and more. Once you’ve understood the background, Bob starts with a “Hello, World” application–a VoiceXML page which answers the phone and speaks to you–then leads you step by step through all the features of VoiceXML, including VoiceXML 2.0.

      Bob C. Edgar
      Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 481pp.
      Publisher: C M P Books
      Published: March 2001

    13. I am very confused right now and am tired of looking the way i do. I’ve seen so many articles and links about how to get “ripped” and “build muscle fast”. Then i read that these things normally don’t even work! Then i read how whole wheat is good for you and that eating eggs is good for protein but some say that the actual yoke is not good for you. Then i see thousands of workout techniques and videos and exercise equipment that lots of people say work well but others say it doesn’t. Also you have to do it a specific way or it won’t work! I also noticed that some say to eat 3 times a day, others say 5 or 6. I’M CONFUSED ABOUT IT ALL!!! Teach me as if i don’t know anything about anything, starting from scratch! How do i put on lean muscle, eat correctly, make sure my technique is good and that i’m doing everything right? All i want to do is lose fat and build muscle, something cheap but very effective(budget)! I want a workout plan(very strict) and meals/recipes to eat per meal time and when to eat them(strict)! I want it all in a nutshell basically, be very strict pls! Thanx!

    14. In finding for the best link building method on a seo challenge of the busby seo challenge. I have joined to this seo contest and I’m very hardly to find the best method of link building is the most effective on this seo contest. There are many ways of link building strategies but I need for the best techniques. This is my entry http://www.camalaniugan.com ready to win on the busby seo challenge where many guro, webmaster and seo specialist joined on this seo challenge.

    15. The definitive reference guide to VoiceXML by Adam Hocek and David Cuddihy.

      Adam Hocek, David Cuddihy
      Format: Paperback, 480pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Published: January 2003

      VoiceXML 2.0 Developer’s Guide

      Engineer your way to excellence! This professional resource explains in full detail how to build VoiceXML-based applications using real-world programs you can adapt for your own projects. The book includes three full-scale, enterprise-level applications complete with all source code.

      The Staff of DreamTech Inc
      Format: Paperback, 358pp.
      Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: Introduction to Developing Speech Applications

      VoiceXML excels at introducing the process of developing speech-enabled applications. With advice including how to phrase a prompt, how to specify grammar for recognizing the caller’s response to a prompt, and what to do if the caller does not respond appropriately, this text answers fundamental speech user-interface questions. Jim Larson’s book is well suited as a college textbook for students and a trade book for professionals developing speech applications.

      James A. Larson
      Format: Paperback, 336pp.
      Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
      Published: June 2002

      VoiceXML: 10 Projects to Voice Enable Your Web Site

      VoiceXML is rapidly becoming the de facto language standard for handling the transition from visual Web browsing to synthesized text-to-speech information access. This book provides Web designers, database managers, and systems designers with all the tools and templates they need to accomplish this transition in the least amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. Mark Miller walks readers step-by-step through ten real world applications-from statement of the problem through code examination, error checking, and deployment-to clearly demonstrate how to use currently available tools, techniques, and strategies for building Internet voice applications. Accompanying each applications project is a telephone number that allows readers to listen to, and interact with, an actual working example of the application.

      Mark Miller
      Format: Paperback, 400pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: March 2002

      VoiceXML: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Voice Application Development with Voicexml 2.0 with CD-ROM

      Providing insights that will help your company improve customer service quality and reduce costs, this informative reference manual introduces you to VoiceXML and serves as a practical programming resource for professional VoiceXML developers. You’ll learn how to create a VoiceXML development environment, and receive tutorials on topics such as VoiceXML 2.0 vendor-independent grammars and deployment options for successful voice applications. Two appendices contain the source code for field service case studies and various VoiceXML tips and tricks.

      Chetan Sharma, Jeff Kunins
      Format: Paperback, 496pp.
      Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
      Published: December 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond

      Ken Abbott’s Voice Enabling Web Applications: VoiceXML and Beyond is a comprehensive introduction to the syntax, concepts and strategies underlying the development of voice-based Internet applications. You’ll learn how VoiceXML (VXML) is the perfect candidate for creating voice-enabled applications, accomplished through a summary and comparative analysis of the roles both markup languages and user interfaces play in creating today’s Web architectures. You’ll be introduced to VXML syntax and programming concepts, quickly learning how to develop dynamic voice applications by following along with the creation of a voice-enabled personal information manager. You’ll also learn about Voice User Interface (VUI) design principles, gaining valuable insight into the techniques used to create efficient, user-friendly voice applications.

      Ken Abbott
      Format: Paperback, 256pp.
      Publisher: APress L. P.
      Published: November 2001
      Edition Desc: Book & CD-ROM

      The VoiceXML Handbook

      Not a telephony expert? Not a Web expert? No problem, Bob covers all the background you’ll need: how the Web works, how telecom and computer telephony work, XML, voice browsers and more. Once you’ve understood the background, Bob starts with a “Hello, World” application–a VoiceXML page which answers the phone and speaks to you–then leads you step by step through all the features of VoiceXML, including VoiceXML 2.0.

      Bob C. Edgar
      Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 481pp.
      Publisher: C M P Books
      Published: March 2001

    16. What techniques have you used to generate consistent sales?
      I do NOT want “buy this guru’s package” or “go to my blog” – I am looking for concrete responses of techniques that WORK.

      For example, the most effective marketing tool for my book “Aggressive Pleadings For The Non-Custodial Father” was FORUMS.

      I have not yet found a comparable marketing tool for my latest: “Don’t Just Build A List – Build A COMMUNITY”

      If you are making money consistently off the Internet – share your knowledge AND your link (as a reference, of course).
      eric h:
      I am gathering ideas. If you have an idea, post it. Thank you.

    17. CV Home                                                  


      Web Grade
                                                                           
      E-mail Teacher                                                      
      Blackboard

      n
      Student learning takes place by building Web Pages in the W3 Standards
      professionals web designers use on the Internet. Beginning with development of
      understanding for “good”, or effective web sites, and “bad”, or poorly designed
      or implemented web sites, students learn analysis and design ideals through
      research and investigation of current websites.

      Using HyperText Markup Language (HTML) as the basis for their pages, they then
      learn to apply the analysis, design and “user friendly” concepts, while
      implementing controls of the formatting and display of information on a web
      browser (i.e., Microsoft Internet Explorer). Beginning with small projects of
      single pages, they learn structure, execution of code, and implementation of
      tools to create fully functional pages. They then expand this understanding to
      more complicated websites.

      Exposure to a very basic tool for HTML development, students progress to simple
      development software for experience, and then add the use of Dreamweaver*, with
      possible expansions into Flash and/or Fireworks animation options. Doing this,
      students get a variety of software exposures, while developing deeper and more
      complicated application techniques.
      Students also have an introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); the web
      community of developers are pushing for this option to become a standard for all
      web sites. Depending upon class progress and student achievement, other topics
      can be included. For this course, created final projects will potentially be
      added or used to update the CV school web site.

      Advanced Web Development
      Students wishing to continue developing their understanding of web design may
      register for higher levels in Web Design, with larger and more diverse projects.
      With advanced class options, the student may either work within a frame work of
      skill development projects, or propose a project that would include these skill
      sets. Foundational skill requirements would include expansion of Cascading Style
      Sheet understanding and use; understandings in website management, website
      analysis and standards development, and implementation of website updating and
      maintenance; and exploration of Flash and Fireworks. Skill sets learned in prior
      Web Design classes and familiarity with development and ease of implementation
      will increase learning options and self-determined project choices. A goal for
      this class would be development of a student web master to assist with the CV
      web site. There is a potential for this class to take place all year, with
      approval.

    18. ok so in my DREAM, it was a movie and sometimes i would watch it like a movie and sometimes i would be me In the movie. But the things were actually happening too!
      Ok so there was this killer dressed all in black with a hood and red eyes. And they had to kill certain people. Well i was in Morrisons and Mat Le Blanc (Joey from Friends) was buying gerkins and suddenly his legs fell off and i did nothing to stop it! He died…=(
      Then it started going after my family! I saved my mum because i pushed it into the swimming pool and stabbed it! Yippee…
      But then it came after me and it turned out to be my best friend *Tina*! She was trying to stab me and all i had was a shield made out of a bin lid! She kept almost getting me and i couldnt fight back. The she cornered me in the kitchen up againsty the fridge and she was holding this HUGE saw which cutts thing’s in half. Then i screamed and all my friends and family rushed
      in and talked for a bit and then i saw her grinning evily at me brandishing the saw so i screamed!
      then it switched to movie view and i just saw me in a state of shock up against the fridge. then the camera moves slightly to see the saw had just missed me by like 1cm and had cut the cupboard door it half! Then Tina was like ogh the movies over and we made best friends again!?

      WTF Does That Mean LOL!?

    19. I have a flash games website http://justflashgames.co.uk and I’m looking to get more back-links to my website as a way to try and increase traffic and my Google Page Rank. If there are no sites for back-links are there any to look for partnerships with other websites?

      Any help is appreciated 🙂

    20. Do we know how Yahoo! and Bing are treating the meta keywords tag? Is it safe to omit it entirely finally? After all…content is king. Not keyword stuffing.

      FYI – I already know about the Google comments with Matt Cutts at Google and how Google doesn’t factor this into web rank. I’m mainly concerned about how Yahoo! and Bing specifically treat this.

    21. My site got a back link from a bad site. i have not any id or password to delete it.
      can Robot.txt can disallow this back link.
      or any other idea to disallow to show this link as a back link.

    22. I have a PR 7 website and I was contacted by a company who wishes to put their link on my website. What kind of offer should I expect? How much can I milk out of them? (since they’re a company and they have a larger budget, heh)

    23. I need to know this for my site, does Google weigh META descriptions? I believe I heard a few months back that Matt Cutts announced that they do not even look at META Descriptions at all for the rankings, but I could be wrong. Just curious!

    24. Last Year , Our Brother Matt Died , And Ally ( My 12 Year Old Sister ) And Matt Were Really Close ! It Made A Dramatic Affect In Her Life . The Matt’s Bitchy Ass Ex Girlfriend Stared Talking Shit To Ally And Making Her Feel Bad , And Fat . When That Happened , Ally Went Into Bulimia . We Were Worried As Hell . Then She Had A Boyfriend And They Dated For 5 Months , And He Committed Suicide Which Made Ally’s Life Worse . Now , She’s Not The Same Anymore . She Won’t Eat , She Makes Herself Throw Up , She Cutts , She Runs Away , She Smokes . ( I Mean I Smoke Too But She’s Too Young For It ) And She Doesn’t Talk At All , And She Looks Pale And Pale Everyday . What’s Wrong With Her ? :'( Please Help ! My Parents And Family Don’t Know What To Do Anymore !

    25. I am looking for help with back links. I am trying to find out whether it is better to always link to the front page (i.e domain) or to interior pages for specific keywords.

      Which one provides the best return on investment (both time and money) for backlinks?

      I know that Matt Cutts recommends link building to the main page only, but what about keywords that are directly related to a specific page?
      __________________

    26. Hi Guys,

      Trying to put a “CLICKABLE hypertext-link in an “Answer”… But when I “Submit” the answer the “TEXT” I have input shows up EXACTLY as I input it and does NOT become a “LINK”

      Trying to put a link to:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNHR6IQJGZs and have tried all these…

      How Search Works; by Matt Cutts!

      How Search Works; by Matt Cutts!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNHR6IQJGZs

      But they just show up exactly as input. ***All on ONE LINE – the only reason I put in the return is so ALL THE CODE SHOWS UP HERE***

      I tried finding the answer on here and found;

      http://answers.yahoo.com/quest.....422AAiwt3l

      But as far as I can see, there is nothing I;m doing WRONG. ALL 3 Links should resolve, but NONE are working.

      Hope someone out there can see what’s going on?

      Can you HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP???

      Cheers.

      🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

      .
      Here’s the “Question” I was atempting to answer…
      http://answers.yahoo.com/quest.....248AAIlbgw

      So you can see the way the “Forum” is displaying the “LINK”.

      .
      Hi Rowlfe,

      Thank-you for responding…. But actually I HAVE READ the guidelines.

      In FACT below is a LIST of all of the pages I have read; And since I did NOT see anything about “LINKS” & “LINKING” I went back through my browser history and re-visited these pages, and read them more carefully… AND NOPE, no mension of “LINKS” & “LINKING”

      If I had read that, I wouldn’t habe NEEDED TO POST THE QUESTION in the first place.

      So If you would be so kind as to point me to the page where it EXPLAINS about the fact that you CAN’T PUT A LINK IN A POST while you are a “Level 1” user.

      And since I am “Obviously” a new user, and this is my “FIRST” question, I found your REPLY rather sharp and rather obtuse.

      Not the BEST IMPRESSION to give a “FIRST TIME” question asker.

      Robert.

      PS
      Here’s the pages Iv’e read;
      http://answers.yahoo.com/info/.....UAwaVVy7hR.;_ylv=3

      ht
      I’ll Try this again..

      http://answers.yahoo.com/info/.....UAwaVVy7hR.;_ylv=3
      http://answers.yahoo.com/info/product_tour
      http://answers.yahoo.com/info/.....KIX;_ylv=3
      http://answers.yahoo.com/info/.....KIX;_ylv=3
      http://info.yahoo.com/guidelines/us/

      .

    27. Matt Cutts (of google) video’s seem to be the clearest and sharpest I’ve ever seen on the web. I’m trying to achieve the same results and format for the lowest price. What model camera does he use? What microphone does he use? What is his set up. See some of his videos and see what im talking about.

      Sample of his videos

    28. ok so in my dream, it was a movie and sometimes i would watch it like a movie and sometimes i would be me In the movie. But the things were actually happening too!
      Ok so there was this killer dressed all in black with a hood and red eyes. And they had to kill certain people. Well i was in Morrisons and Mat Le Blanc (Joey from Friends) was buying gerkins and suddenly his legs fell off and i did nothing to stop it! He died…=(
      Then it started going after my family! I saved my mum because i pushed it into the swimming pool and stabbed it! Yippee…
      But then it came after me and it turned out to be my best friend *Tina*! She was trying to stab me and all i had was a shield made out of a bin lid! She kept almost getting me and i couldnt fight back. The she cornered me in the kitchen up againsty the fridge and she was holding this HUGE saw which cutts thing’s in half. Then i screamed and all my friends and family rushed in and talked for a bit and then i saw her grinning
      evily at me brandishing the saw so i screamed!
      then it switched to movie view and i just saw me in a state of shock up against the fridge. then the camera moves slightly to see the saw had just missed me by like 1cm and had cut the cupboard door it half! Then Tina was like ogh the movies over and we made best friends again!?

      WTF Does That Mean LOL!?

    29. It seems that these “quality guidelines” are applicable only for websites that Matt Cutts (generically called Google Search Quality Team) don’t like. One of these quality guidelines, expressly prohibits, placing AdSense’s Ads in an IFRAME. I quote from Google AdSense Program Policies: “AdSense code may not be altered, nor may the standard behavior, targeting or delivery of ads be manipulated in any way that is not explicitly permitted by Google. This includes but is not limited to the following: clicking Google ads may not result in a new browser window being launched, nor may Google ads be placed in an IFRAME.” There is a website who Matt like very much (www metacafe com) who violates this thing. You can check this, viewing homepage source lines 481, 694, 731. So these quality guidelines are to be respected only for some websites, while others (Matt’s websites) may violate them.

    30. Seeing how Matt Cutts (Senior Engineer) Previously worked for NSA (National Security Agency), I am curious if Google shares its info with the Government. I mean they already do it in China, so can’t they do it here?

    31. I’m installing the Thesis theme for wordpress on my new blog and want to put a border around my content.

      Reputed bloggers Matt Cutts (www.mattcutts.com) and Michael Gray (www.wolf-howl.com) both use the effect I’m interested in on their sites. It’s the black box border around the page and the padding away from the top and bottom that I’m after – exactly like they’ve done it.

      Do I need to manually edit my custom css file or can I get this effect in the Thesis options somehow? Or even with openhooks perhaps? Bit of a newbie question but my tragically non-existent familiarity with Thesis means I can’t copy the effect without some detailed instructions from a smarter person please!

    32. For science, we have to create an ecovillage..

      1) sustainable buildings: how can we build houses/buildings without causing too much harm on our environment…
      2) food: how we can have a sustainable diet by not damaging ecosystems.. how food will be grown, distributed, and consumed… what types of agricultural techniques need to be adopted to ensure a sustainable food supply?
      3) green energy: what technologies can be used to minimize energy use
      4) water management: how the ecovillage will access and distribute water. how will drinkable and non drinkable water be separated?..
      5) waste management: how waste will be removed from the ecovillage.. what forms of eliminating would be the best and most effective? how will the 3 Rs be enforced? (reuse reduce recycle)
      6) restoration: how can we restore an ecosystem destroyed naturally or by humans? how can elements of the eco village be used to recreate niches.. can any keystone species be supported?

      thank you guys for having the time to read this.. you already read it so might as well answer some of it so it wont be a total waste of your time 🙂 links/URLs would be greatly appreciated.. this is due by tomorrow so please help 🙁

    33. Im submitting my site to quality, human reviewed web directories to help with backlink purposes and SEO. Is this an acceptable SEO building practise, and are web directories normally held in good repute so there will be no repurcussions from me doing this? I will only be submitting to high PR web directories and those that show quality.

      Thanks in advance

    34. I was thinking about running a blog where i just market items from Amazon Affiliates but im not sure if that’d work. does anyone have any experience in this field

    35. I am extra skinny and people complement me on a lot but, now it kind of bugs me. How can I gain a lot of weight and still stay healthy? I also take a lot of sports so. . . . .

    36. i am 14 years old, 5’9 and 124 pounds. I want to play running back in football and I want to gain . please help me?

    37. I am a 19 year old female and weigh 125lbs. I work out 6 times a week, because I am on the rowing team for school. I have finally been convinced to start supplementing my protein intake with Whey Protein, but I am unsure of how much to use per drink.

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