With the increasing usage of computer and Internet people find ways for killing time. Mostly it is done by playing games or flirting with guys or girls on Facebook. Then there are few people who do it by Blogging.
Blogging is not only a hobby today. It is a mean for fueling your pocket money too. I’ve been in this field for more than 4 years now and I guess I’m experienced enough to give out some suggestions to the Newbies.
I understand that I’m no Shakespeare but I try my level best to avoid Grammatical mistakes. My English also improved with time, compared to what I used to write back in 2008-09. So that is one positive aspect of blogging.
Publishing articles with broken English are okay but there’s always an upper limit to something. Just imagine your self rEadinG s0mEthinG wRittEn in tHe fAceBo0k lAnguaGe. It not only takes time to type but leaves a negative impact on readers. Unless on Facebook.
2. Design of your Blog
Designs have always been a crucial part of a website. Although it should not matter in reading out something but people usually forget that when choosing a design. A heavy site takes time to load and if you flood it with plugins and many images trying to actually improve the viewing experience for your readers, I have a bad news for you. Simplicity is what one should follow. That is the only reason the Designs I made are usually very simple.
3. Backlinks and taking part in Discussions
New bloggers usually have a misunderstanding “Why should I comment?”. Actually it does not matter if you have a question or not. I does not matter you actually admire the Author or not. But you should comment. Its for the sake of your blog. But don’t forget to fill out the website’s space in comment. That’s what is the easiest way of making your blog popular.
So its 3 months now since I’m living with an Android Smartphone. With the hope that most of the audience out there is using an Android device, I’m sharing a few tips I use myself to get a better mobile-computing experience.
1.) Task Manager
Easy to understand and most probably you might be having one task manager to kill unnecessary background apps eating memory.
I recommend Advanced Task Killer which is available for free in Play Store.
Apart from this I also tried Fast Reboot which actually does the same thing as the Advanced Task Killer, yet is a bit different. It actually fastens your phone. It kills the background processes just like any other task killer, but I feel my phone faster using after using this. I don’t know why, so I’ve installed both.
2.) The Launcher
I recommend using the inbuilt launcher because of the following reasons.
-It takes less memory.
-Even if you’re not using it, it is still running in background.
But if you still want to use one, I recommend LauncherPro, although all of the launchers I’ve tried are almost equally fast.
3.) Lock Screens
Again, let the default lock screen do its job. Lock screen apps does run in background for initialization. Even if you’re not using the default one, it is still running. So it is better use the default one.
4.) Status Bar
Hey look! What is your problem! Why don’t you let the default things work. I know the customized things look good, but if the speed is concerned, you will have to make some sacrifices.
5.) Notification Bar ads
Well this is the most annoying part. There are few apps which are now using the notification bar ads. In order to show these ads whenever you are connected to Internet, these apps run in background always. So the solution is to either uninstall or use the paid version. One of the app which does this was Super Zombie Hunter. Which is at the moment not available on Play Store.
To find out which apps show this kind of ads, you can check in the description of the apps. If that’s not helpful, the other trick to find out is quite lengthy. But here it goes:
-Install Omega Status Bar (Free version) Okay, lets forget the fourth point above for a while.:p
-Go offline. Either, turn off the wifi and Data Services, of use the Air Plane mode.
-Grant Accessibility to Omega Status Bar.
-If the pop up of the notification bar ad comes up don’t close it. Rather click the menu soft key.
Now you will be able to see the icons of the app which are working at the moment, if there’s only one icon, that is definitely the app responsible for the ads. If there are more than one icon, good luck with the hit and trial you should do to find out.
So that’s all! ;) I’m feeling sleepy sleepy… zzz…
This post is in reference to my other post I created a few days ago here.
For easy understand and not wasting time read that post from secoond point which says “The Formal Way of doing things.“
But if you still gets into trouble leave in a comment I’ll reply ASAP.
So I had always known this site. DynamicDrive.com and I found some really good and usefull content gallery scripts I thought I’d give a share.
Just visit this page on that site and you will find hell lot of dynamic content galleries and slides. But here are a few I liked personally and would look good on a WordPress site with a little tweaks.
My first favorite
Visit its page you will see different ways of using this. I liked the one which images for fading content. The only
This one is almost similar to the previous one, but still different. It uses effect sliding in content.
This one is also good, just one part I hate in this is when you click on next or any number, the content is changes with no effect. Not a big deal though.
This is perhaps one great script. Could be used in making theme’s menu which will show up menu description when you click it. Or this can be used as a gallery too.
Internet is a big place, and Google is our guide here. Google some Content Gallery Script if you didn’t find anything worthy here.
I wasted about 10 minutes on this. :p
Love you Google for being so awesome.
By the here’s the solution to today’s Doodle for Google.
Enjoy. Go to Google.com for this. Even my dog knows that ! :p