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Alipurduar is the queen of Dooars Wildlife Santury

Alipurduar is a sub-divisional municipal town of Jalpaiguri district, and is located at the eastern end of the district. Situated on the east bank of Kaljani River on the foothills of the Himalayas, the town is a gateway to Bhutan and North Eastern states of India.

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Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Revenue generation hanger paid links violate Google's guidelines butads don't

Google is the undeclared emperor of the internet where Matt Cutts is the General of the company because search engine is the main source of Google's earning and  he controls the search engine algorithms. Google gives penalties to sites who do paid links, but doesn't penalize site with other ads such as AdSense, Chitika, etc. Why? They both are source on income to a site, a site needs money to grow or sustain.
Revenue generation hanger paid links violate Google's guidelines but ads don't
I don't know how they can distinguish between a paid link and normal link..... there is no attribute that can tell Google - this is paid link and this is not. Typically when someone (or an SEO) starts buying links, they buy a lot of them. The pattern is unnatural and believe me Google can tell. Of course sometimes people slip under the radar but sooner or later they end up doing something else that helps Google sniff them out.there's no doubt what Google would like regarding linking. Why won't they say, after all, it is the basis of their business. Everybody is free to decide their own business.

Revenue generation hanger paid links violate Google's guidelines but ads don't

Check the replies Google's spam team head Matt Cutts says :-  Paid link penalty

The video is new but whatever Mat told was the same thing I watched in other video. I guess I could not make my point clearer: It is not that Google hates webmasters selling links. You can sell links or banners or posts or the whole blog itself, there's nothing for Google to worry about. What makes Google worried is passing the pagerank juice. Why is Google worried for that? Because it affects their search result which in turn affects their business!
As a blogger if you allow a couple of dofollow links for guest authors, for sponsored posts, for review posts or for blogroll, they all pass pagerank juice. And they all do affect the search result. I agree, you can't involve in link buying and selling as it will create pattern and when the other party of transaction got penalized, you too are in trouble. This risk exists. Let's not forget that the risk is equally valid for all other dofollow links too!

SEO experts talks :-

Many wonder how Google knows that a particular links is paid link or not? Google at first kicks those dofollow links that are under 'Sponsored' or 'Advertisement' or 'Partner' headings or groups. For other links, Google will look in for pattern. So, whatever, Google is doing its business. And equally we are free to do our business. When you are getting benefits from me, naturally I'll try to enforce some rules on you so that you don't go against my interest. That is what Google doing with webmasters.

Conclusion :-

To summarize, as sponsored posts, guest posts, review posts are allowed to some extreme (Mat mentioned in another video that even excessive guest posts can harm your site) , I believe you can go for some monetization methods for your blog 'as long as it does not hamper your blog health and does not irritate or disturb your readers'. Doing anything excessively is harmful everywhere.

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Evergreen 18 topics of blog posts to get more comments

Are you tired of seeing no or very less comments on your blog posts ? Do you feel sad when you find out that no one wants to spend his 2 minutes in leaving a comment on the post which took hours of your efforts ? If the answer to above questions is Yes, then here is good news for you, on average more than 80% of blogs suffers from No Comments disease.
Evergreen 18 topics of blog posts to get more comments 
Evergreen 18 topics of blog posts to get more comments

And to help you in getting rid of it, we have compiled a list of 18 types of posts that always gets lot of comments. But before jumping to the list, what you need to understand is that number of comments is not an accurate index to measure success of blog. There are many other factors that determine the success of a blog a traffic, affiliate sales, advertisers etc. And if you can see a consistent increase on those departments then there is no reason to worry about comments. Now without further adieu, here are the 18 types of posts that can get you the maximum number of comments. Check out the Evergreen 18 topics of blog posts to get more comments.

1. Giveaways/Competition/Freebies :-

Posts about giveaways and competitions are undisputedly one of the biggest comment getters. Want to see an example? Check any mommy blog and you’ll get an idea. Most of these competitions ask reader to leave a comment and winner is picked randomly from the comments. Bigger is the prize, more will be the number of people (comments) participating in it.

2. Promote yourself post :-

Who donate love free exposure? We all love it. I know. Give your readers a chance to promote themselves. Here is an example – Promote Yourself And Share What You Do!

3. Lists and Useful resources post :-

No other marking campaign can beat a useful and well researched list relevant to your niche in getting number of comments and links. Such lists can easily go viral and can help you in building a loyal following. Example – 30+ principles to a better landing page design

4. Rants/Opinionated posts :–

Rants or opinionated posts give you an opportunity to express your opinions strongly on anything relevant to your niche. For e.g. – if you are internet marketer you can express your opinions about any affiliate company. If you are a doctor you can express your opinions about health laws etc. The more strongly you express your opinions, more will be the chances to get comments. Example – Seth Godin Tries Out Brandjacking

5. Readers generated posts :–

Posts which are generated with the help of readers are likely to get more comments as compared to general posts. Because, you won't be alone in promoting this post, your readers (co-authors) will be actively promoting it too. Example – 51 Tips For Saving Money On Technology

6. Series of Posts :–

Series of posts have a great power to keep the readers engaged. Not only they help you in breaking longer posts in to short ones and explaining things in a better way, but also help you to build a loyal following for your blog. Example – Website Traffic Series at DailyBlogTips

7. How-to Guide posts :-

Does your target audience is facing a common problem then write a detailed How-to guide on it covering solutions that can help them in solving their problems. Example – How to Blog: Blogging Tips for Beginners

8. Group Writing Projects/Blog Carnivals :-

Act as a host of group writing project (Blog carnival) where readers can write something on their blog and will come back to your blog with a link. You can link to then all the participantants entries with an excerpt. Example – MelvinBlog  Best Blog Marketing Tip Contest

9. Personal Stories/Motivational posts :-

Personal stories about yourself that can motivate your readers can easily attract the interest of your readers and make them to leave comments. Example – I used to be FAT until I had A Duodenal Switch

10. Humorous/Funny posts :-

Posts that can make your readers laugh can also force (in a good way) them to leave comments. Example – This is why I don’t clap along

11. In depth/detailed posts :-

In depth posts covering every single point related to the topic. These are high quality posts which help bloggers to establish his credibility in niche. Example – How to Backpack

12. Creative posts :-

Creative posts in which bloggers have tried to cover something which a reader has never heard of (or think of). Example – 53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn't Live Without

13. Ask a question post :-

Ask a question to your readers. Asking a question that readers are interested in answering can easily increase the number of comments by 2-3 times. Example -  Ask the readers section at GetRichSlowly

14. Interview post :-

Interviewing leaders of the niche to get them to answers some of the most common questions of the industry. Example – Link Building with the Experts 2010 Edition

15. Real-time posts :-

Posts about hot trends and latest happenings that are taking place in the niche. Example – Thoughts on Google Instant (It is also an opinion post)

16. Reveal a secret post :-

Reveal a secret posts is a great way to attract some attention (and unwanted attention too) of the industry and to increase the number of comments. Example – An interview with Digg top user

17. Debate posts/controversial posts :-

Launching a debate about some hot topic between your readers and to see what happens. Example – Google Instant Makes SEO Irrelevant

18. Relatable posts :-

Posts from your life which your readers can easily relate to. Example – Why men should give women flowers

Authors final thoughts :-

These are the 18 types of posts which usually attracts more comments than other posts. Now go to your blog and share with us the links to your most commented post in the comments below.

Friday, 23 November 2012

How to start writing a blog post with in topic less real time content

Most new bloggers have a common problem while creating content.They don't know how to start their introduction, they always stuck in writing it. If you're one among them, here's a best tip.

How to start writing a blog post with in topic less real time content

Start writing somewhere (any point), just don't worry about the first few lines, the meat of the article is important, so don't waste much time in thinking how to start your post.


A successful blog is updated frequently (often several times a day). If your blog has a chance at success, you need to keep your content fresh, which means you need to consistenly update your blog. Make sure you choose a topic for your blog that you feel strongly about and truly enjoy. Otherwise, writing about it will feel stale very quickly. You need to be able to stay motivated about your blog's topic for a long time.
Another tip is to write subheads for each & every post, this way you can fill the subheads easily. Write your intro after finishing the subheads.
And remember write as if you're directly talking to your friends - you'll find it more easy, the words will flow just like that!
Even I had this problem at first but now when I realize that Imagine myself as a sales man or teacher who is going to explain about the thing I am about to write. Just start my introduction. It works out really and solve my problems.


Successful blogs require two-way conversation between you (the blogger) and your audience (your readers). As readers leave comments on your blog or email you to discuss your posts in further detail, you need to be responsive and receptive to them. Your blog's long-term success will depend on the sense of community you can create around it.


The blogoshpere is made up of people from all walks of life with varying opinions. As your blog grows, more and more people will find it, and some of those people may not agree with everything you write. Successful bloggers enoy discussing their blogs' topics from all angles and appreciate a healthy debate.


As your blog grows and more people find it, many are apt to not just disagree with you, but actually disagree so strongly with you that they may attack you personally. You need to have a thick skin to deflect personal attacks and strongly opposing opinions.


The blogosphere is constantly changing and one of the most unique aspects of blogs is their ability to provide fresh, meaningful content and discussions about a wide variety of topics. In order for your blog to be successful, you need to enjoy reading about your blog's topic and keeping up with news and current events related to it thereby enabling you to keep your blog's content interesting and relevant to readers.

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Alipurduar is the Queen of Dooars Wildlife Sanctuary

Alipurduar  is a sub-divisional municipal town of Jalpaiguri district, and is located at the eastern end of the district. Situated on the east bank of Kaljani River on the foothills of the Himalayas, the town is a gateway to Bhutan and North Eastern states of India.
Alipuduar : Queen of Dooars Wildlife Sanctuary  
Alipuduar : Queen of Dooars Wildlife Sanctuary

This town located in the Dooars (called the Queen of Dooars) region is known for its forest, wildlife, timber and scenic beauty, since the colonial period.

Geographical location of Alipurduar :-

The town is surrounded by deep forest and tea garden. While there are two rivers flowing across the town namely kaljani and nonai.
There is a river called Dima flows on the west of the town. It's a tributary of Kaljani and meets with the later near Smashan Khola.

Historical importance of Alipurduar :-

This place had been a very old trading centre. The region was connected with the famous trading route called Silk Route with Bhutan and Tibet. The remains of the traditional route are still visible in Santalabari, near Alipurduar. Alipurduar derives its name from the late Col. Hedayat Ali Khan who did admirable service in the Bhutan war and was stationed hereas first Extra-Assistant Commissioner. The suffix "duar" (means door or gateway) has been added to the original name Alipur todifferentiate it from the more well known Alipore in Kolkata and also because it is located in the Duars region.

Demographics of Alipurduar:-

As of 2001 India census, Alipurduar had a population of 73,047. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Alipurduar has an average literacy rate of 78%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 54% of the males and 46% of females literate. 10% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Travel and tourism of Alipurduar :-

Although Alipurduar town is not a popular tourist destination by itself, but a number of interesting choices are available within a short traveling distance from the town. Dense forests and hills offering beautiful natural landscape surround the town.The most important forest in Alipurduar is Buxa Tiger Reserve, which attained much fame all over India for its enormous natural resourcesin terms of rare flora and fauna. The forest has got the status of a National Park and houses the maximum number of Royal Bengal Tiger Population in North Bengal. The Chilapata Forests provide an elephant corridor between the Buxa reserve and the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary,
another important eco-tourism destination.The highest peak of Jalpaiguri the Chota Sinchula is located in Alipurduar.Situated at an altitude of 1733m at about 12 km from Buxathe peak offers beautiful sights of the impermeable forest covers of Buxa hills and Bhutan valley.Rajabhatkhawa, Jayanti, Bhutanghat, Raimatang are some other major destinations in Alipurduar. Situated deep inside the forest all ofthese places offer very good scope for wildlife tourism. Each place having forest rest house offers accommodation for limited number of tourist.Alipurduar does not deprive the trek lovers. A day trek to Buxa hill through dense forest track reaches Buxa fort and further up to Rovers Point and then leads to Rupam Valley in Bhutan Hill.Besides these , Adma,Gatuka,Tashigaon,Ochhlum and Lavchakha in the Buxa hill gives different flavour of touring. Jayanti Mahakal trek is another popular route that leads to a stalactite cave near Bhutan border. This trek is also very popular among the pilgrims who visit the cave to offer prayer to their deity(Lord Shiva).Alipurduar is the divisional headquarter of North-East frontier railway. It is a very important railway junction having two rly.station,one is Alipurduar Jn. that connects Kolkata in the south and New Delhi and Guwahati in the north and east respectively also connect Bamanhatnearing to Indo-Banladesh border.Another station, New Alipurduar stn. that connectng directly to many part of India.In the field of travel and tourism Digdarshan tours & Travels Pvt. Ltd. playing a vital role since 1992. Visit www.digdarshan.co.in for moredetails, now more travel houses ,Sinchula Treks &Tour,Rovers' Treks &Tours,Cholo Berai are in this field.Reserve cars also available for tour purpose from Kings Travels, dial-098304-28401/ 093319-39486.

Cultural stage of Alipurduar:-

Alipurduar is a place of multi-culture. The people here are believed to be Connoisseur of Art and Culture. The Tribal people holds a rich
cultural heritage. They have their own form of Art. Mud wall of their houses are beautifully painted.

Education of Alipurduar :-

There are many schools in Alipurduar and some of them are famous like Mc William Higher Secondary School, Railway Higher Secondary
School,Shayamaprasad Vidya Mandir (Boys & Girl) Little Flowers Eng. School, Stepping Stone Model School, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Rabikanta High School, Newtown Girls' High School, Balika Siksha Mandir,Alipurduar High School, Alipurduar Girls' High School, Gobinda High School. Arobinda Nagar Girls high School,Alipurduar College and Vivekananda College which is affiliated under North Bengal University is in the town.

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Google Plus business tricks of social media magic

Google plus is one of the fastest growing social networking site ever launched.Recent survey says that Google plus has carried their business by forcefully which has become successful in social media.

Google plus internal facts :-

Will Google Plus be around one or two years down the road ? Is it here to stay, or another failed attempt by Google to get in on social in a meaningful way? These are important questions.

Google Plus business tricks of social media magic
Personally, I’m doing some research for an upcoming book and I’ve been very curious lately as to whether or not Google Plus will still be around when the book gets published. For you, this is a good chance to examine whether or not Google Plus is something you should get involved with. Granted this post does not qualify as scientific research, but since 7 out of 8 random social media experts responded that they felt Google Plus was going to live on when asked whether the service would ultimately survive or die, so you may want to pay some serious attention to what the service has to offer or means to your business/life. Of course, having a working knowledge of the various social media platforms is an important part of the 6 Essential Building Blocks of an effective social media effort.

Why we are in Google Plus :-

Are you on Google Plus? Leave us a comment and let us know whether or not you think Google Plus will ultimately survive or die (hey, you might get quoted in my book) or whether or not you agree or disagree with what these 8 experts had to say on the subject.

Final thoughts :-

Here are the 8 statement we received from a random sampling of social media experts on Google Plus’ chances of survival. All but 1 were optimistic.

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