Top Commentators plugin added

I’ve installed the Top Commentators WordPress plugin and added the statistics to the sidebar as an “incentive” for visitors to the blog to leave their comments here. Your links are counted in Technorati and will help greatly with your SEO efforts. I also installed it because I’ve read that it can encourage visitors to come regularly to the blog.

So make sure to comment here often and be constantly ranked in the top 10 of the commentator’s list on this blog.

    20 thoughts on “Top Commentators plugin added”

    1. I don’t know how to submit blog to Technorati. I want to submit my blog to Technorati. Can anyone help me. I did try, but couldn’t do it.

    2. I have no idea how to use the site and I’m about to delete my account because it seems to not be helping me gain traffic. If you can give me a step by step instruction on how to increase my authority it would help. Thanks.

    3. I have no idea how to use the site and I’m about to delete my account because it seems to not be helping me gain traffic. If you can give me a step by step instruction on how to increase my authority it would help. Thanks.

    4. I’m a newbie and I want to stick them at the bottom or side of my blog.
      thanks! very helpful

    5. I was just wondering how to get links to other websites as little pictures that some people have on their blogs. I’ve checked some of the websites and I can’t find any. Where do I get them? Thanks.

    6. I can’t seem to find the place on this site to list my blog in their listing of blogs. Any ideas?

    7. I was just wondering how to get links to other websites as little pictures that some people have on their blogs. I’ve checked some of the websites and I can’t find any. Where do I get them? Thanks.

    8. Guns given to Iraq forces are missing
      Pentagon can’t find 190,000 rifles, pistols – some fear they may be in insurgents’ hands
      Glenn Kessler, Washington Post

      Monday, August 6, 2007

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      (08-06) 04:00 PDT Washington — The Pentagon has lost track of about 190,000 AK-47 assault rifles and pistols given to Iraqi security forces in 2004 and 2005, according to a new government report, raising fears that some of those weapons have fallen into the hands of insurgents fighting U.S. forces in Iraq.

      The report from the Government Accountability Office indicates that U.S. military officials do not know what happened to 30 percent of the weapons the United States distributed to Iraqi forces from 2004 through early this year as part of an effort to train and equip the troops. The highest previous estimate of unaccounted-for weapons was 14,000, in a report issued last year by the inspector general for Iraq reconstruction.

      The United States has spent $19.2 billion trying to develop Iraqi security forces since 2003, the GAO said, including at least $2.8 billion to buy and deliver equipment. But the GAO said weapons distribution was haphazard and rushed and failed to follow established procedures, particularly from 2004 to 2005, when security training was led by Gen. David Petraeus, who now commands all U.S. forces in Iraq.

      The Pentagon did not dispute the GAO findings, saying it has launched its own investigation and indicating it is working to improve tracking. Although controls have been tightened since 2005, the inability of the United States to track weapons with tools such as serial numbers makes it nearly impossible for the U.S. military to know whether it is battling an enemy equipped by U.S. taxpayers.

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