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SEO Sites to Maximize the Exposure of Your Articles

The Internet is a plethora of information on various topics ever conceived by man.

One most-sought-after topic is "Search Engine Optimization (SEO)."

There are millions of websites all with their own versions of SEO and related topics.

Here are some websites which could provide sufficient articles to turn you into a professional web optimizer.

1. WebProGuide

This is a great SEO site where you can find anything; from the simple definition of SEO to the proper usage of the latest (7.7) version of Web CEO.

It also features articles about web marketing and website promotions.
It's a one stop-site for Search Engine Optimization and many more related topics.
The site is also user-friendly, is easy to navigate and allows user interaction.

All the topics found at the website would be very useful to e-marketers/telemarketers, website consultants and bloggers who want to optimize the exposure of their articles to search engines.

2. The Cutting Edge in SEO, SEO Workers

The site was designed to help web users - professional and non-professional to learn the ropes and basic rudiments of SEO.

Topics like "Boost your rankings with Pagerank Sculpting",

"Consider a Job in Search Engine Marketing" and "Why SEO is Important for Your Web Site" and many more - are only few of the useful SEO topics in the website.

One of its advantage is that it has tutorial lessons which are readily available for website users.

3. SearchEngineChannel

This site has SEO articles and related contents contributed by 684 writers from all over the world.

Some of the significant articles are: "Social Media and Your Search Engine Optimization Strategy" and "Small Business SEO - 5 Top Search Engine Optimization Tips".

4. Problogger

It is a blog which has SEO articles as its featured posts: "31 Days to Building a Better Blog, Search Engine Optimization " and "Google Optimization Secrets From The Trenches" are two of the most helpful articles.

What is good about this site is that one can leave comments and interact directly with the administrator of the blog.

5. Search Engine Genie : Magician for Online Business

There are various topics featured in this site and the articles about SEO should be read by everyone who wants to optimize her/his search engine.

It is a very well organized site, with topics entitled: "SEO techniques: White Hat preferable to Black Hat". This is a unique, brilliant topic which is worth a read.

SEO is needed by every serious website developer, blogger and website business man.

So, go visit these dynamic sites and learn about SEO.

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All images from: Free Patient Clipart

If animals have rights, then more so with people going to the hospital for treatment. However, some people do not know about these rights because of misinformation.
Below are these basic patient rights in condensed form as endorsed by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)

The Patient's Bill of Rights are now being adopted by many hospitals internationally.

The patient has the right to:

1. Impartial access to treatment or accommodations that are available or medically indicated, regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, or sources of payment for care.

2. Considerate, respectful care.

3. Confidentiality of all communications and other records pertaining to the patient's care.

4. Expect that any discussion or consultation involving the patient's case will be conducted discreetly and that individuals not directly involved in the case will not be present without patient permission.

5. Expect reasonable safety congruent with the hospital practices and environment.

6. Know the identity and professional status of individuals providing service and to know which physician or other practitioner is primarily responsible for his or her care.

7. Obtain from the practitioner complete and current information about diagnosis, treatment, and any known prognosis, in terms the patient can reasonably be expected to understand.

8. Reasonable informed participation in decisions involving the patient's health care. The patient shall be informed if the hospital proposes to engage in or perform human experimentation or other research/educational profits affecting his or her care or treatment. The patient has the right to refuse participation in such activity.

9. Consult a specialist at the patient's own request and expense.

10. Refuse treatment to the extent permitted by law.

11. Regardless of the source of payment, request and receive an itemized and detailed explanation of the total bill for services rendered in the hospital.

12. Be informed of the hospital rules and regulations regarding patient conduct

These rights are not to be abused however, there will always be an extraordinary case wherein one has to forgo them for some valid reasons.

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Holy Week is About Redemption and Hope

The past week has been a commemoration of the death and crucifixion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Philippines being a predominantly Catholic country observes this Holy Week with religious rites and events occurring from Monday to Sunday. From Palm Sunday, to The Seven Last Words, to the Stations of the Cross, then to Easter Sunday.

Here in Pampanga, some devotees allow themselves to be flogged and crucified to the cross in reparation for their sins. I don’t question this practice as I believe that each individual has to find his personal relationship with His God. But I won’t be concentrating on this because the real meaning of Lent for me is REDEMPTION AND HOPE!

Everyone is given the second chance to redeem himself and change for the better. I would like to share this anecdote with you.

Two men – Frank and Dave - were on their way home. They trudged wearily after a hard day’s work. Along the way they encountered a drunken man who was swaying dangerously on the sidewalk.

Frank just walked past him, but Dave stopped.

“Do you need help?“ he queried with concern.

“Why bother with an irresponsible bum, who does not know when to stop drinking?” Frank sneered.

Dave ignored the comment and steadied the swaying drunk. “Here, let me bring you home. What’s your address?”

The drunken man mumbled an address, and as Frank left the two, Dave brought the disoriented man home.

The house was ablaze with funeral lights. Three little children were chorusing in ululating cries of grief. The mother has just died, and the man Dave brought home, was grieving. The relatives were deeply grateful for the unexpected help from him.

A whole week had passed after that incident when there was a knock on Dave’s door.
It was the drunken man he had helped.

“I came here to thank you for giving me the second chance to be with my family.” There was a twinkle of hope in his eyes. “I was about to do the unthinkable, but you had saved me.”

Sometimes in our lives, we render negative judgment very quickly. We would think that if we were in that particular circumstance, we would have acted valiantly and courageously, but we can never say this because we have not been there. It is only when we experienced similar situations that we understand why people do certain things.

If we want more meaning in our lives, then we have to live, not only for ourselves but for others as well. Understanding people and lending a helping hand whenever we can, can make a difference in this world.

And even if you don’t believe in the Divine presence and in what Holy Week stands for, science will always find a way to bring back to you, what you have given out. The law of nature is to create balance. What you give out is what you get in return. That is the law of “karma’.

Do you believe in karma too?

Whatever you believe in, allow me to greet you a HAPPY EASTER!

Photo 1 by Clinton Steeds
Photo 2 by Grzegorz Łobiński


Interpret tough experience as an exercise in compassion


Birthday Tag From Allena of In the Eyes of the Beholder

I got a tag from Allena- author of the blogs- In the Eyes of the Beholder and I'm Walking on Sunshine. I have stopped participating in tags, but since it's her birthday, I couldn't say no, so here are my ten wishes as required by the tag.

My Ten Wishes are: (random)

1. That Allena's birthday wishes all come true.

2. That all family members, friends (in and out of the blogosphere), and everyone, stay healthy and well.

3. That there will be enough food for everyone.

4. That there will be peace here on earth.

5. That the economic recession soon ends.

6. That the global warming be appropriately responded to.

7. That my "paper" would eventually come to fruition.

8. That I would be able to travel around the world. ( lol- pipe dream I know.)

9. That I would be able to help people in every way I can ( not so much financially, as I'm not affluent ).

10. That I can be a useful piece of the human race. ( tall order but well, wishes are free!)

There you are! I now tag anyone who wishes to receive this tag. Please feel free to get it from here.

To Allena, happy, happy birthday! May you have more to come, and may you have more successes and happiness in the years to come.


Buying and Selling Your Own Gold Could Be Possible Now

When I was younger, I remember relatives going on a hunting spree for the rumored lost gold of the Marcoses. There were also stories about the Yamashita treasures buried in secret hiding places. This desire to find the lost gold bars was all the more intensified when the golden buddha was found. Many people donned their hunting clothes and journeyed to look for the rest of the treasures. It was believed there were still tons and tons of buried gold left by the Japanese retreating forces during the second world war.

Gold is a rare and precious metal, and it is through the possession of this, that a country's “value” is determined. The more gold-the better.

In this dire economic times, people prefer to sell gold and buy gold , to ascertain that they have something more valuable than money. Money is useless if there is no gold to back it up.

Gold made easy allows you to sell and buy gold. A guideline is also provided so that you can be an owner of gold coins, gold bullions, nuggets , leafs or silver rounds for real. Don’t miss out on this chance!

This is brought to you by your friends at Gold Made Easy.


Thank You to my Top EC Droppers for March

Although I have a widget for my top droppers in my side bar. I would like to devote a post for my EC droppers. Thank you to all those who had dropped by my blog last month. Here are the top 15 droppers, and their brief description of their own blogs.

1. my review

My review about anything.

2. New Dilemma
Looking for a musical breakthrough!

3. Zero
Zero's Blog

4. Lola's Diner
At Lola's Diner we'll be sharing recipes and sharing conversation across a virtual lunch counter. Topics will be varied and can include current events, politics, parenting, mental health, and glbt topics.

5. Angels on Your Shoulder
Angels can be presented in an airy-fairy way, or we can learn to make them an integral part of our lives, using them to help us feel loved and safe enough to risk opening our hearts and our minds to the limitless possibilities life holds.

6. Toltec Insights with Dr. Susan Gregg
I share insights from many spiritual traditions to help you remember it is your birthright to be happy no matter what and that you can create what you want when you want it.

7. If The Walls Could
a ramshackle dustbin, inky denim coils, the hyperbole hits the fan

8. Symphony of Love
Bringing you Love and Inspiration!

9. The Esoterical Journey
Thought and stories about personal freedom, love, life energy and the journey inside

10. Anything Goes W/ Pahn
Anything Goes w/ Pahn is a personal website of Pahn to weblog his views, opinion and some story to the world wide web.

11. My Heart Voice
This is the place I go when I have a story to tell, or a memory to voice. This is "My Heart Voice" and I want to share it with you.

12. My Funny Dad, Harry
This blog is about the book I wrote about my dad in his memory when he died. Included are some memories that aren't in the book, and things about him that I think people might find interesting.

13. My Sweet Haven
A collection of my thoughts, rantings and ravings, dreams, reveries, hobbies, interests and so much more.

14. My Musings and Stuff!
Sharon's personal blog about whatever I chose to write about whether it be my kids, a new product, politics, movies, music etc. Anything!

15. Stuff and Nonsense
Some of the nonsense in Joel Klebanoff's brain is funny. Some of it is not. Stuff & Nonsense contains mostly the former.