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Cara Setting mengarahkan domain ke blogspot

cara setting domain Anda sendiri ke blogspot yang anda buat sangat mudah, ikuti langkah berikut

 Misalkan kita punya blog dengan alamat blogkita.blogspot.com dan kita ingin merubahnya ke alamat milik kita sendiri yang telah kita beli misalkan www.namadomain.xyz

 

Bagaimana cara settingnya?

 

Caranya Mudah, anda dapat melakukan setting blogspot dengan cara :

1. Pastikan anda telah memesan Free Domain Parking (Gratis) atau domain berbayar Anda

2. Setelah Free Domain Parking aktif , selanjutnya login blogger , lalu masuk ke menu “Setting”

 

3. Tambahkan domain dengan mengklick + Add a custom domain, isikan nama domain, saat anda klik “save“, blogger akan meminta verifikasi CNAME

 

4. 2 kode Cname akan muncul yaitu www dengan address ghs.google.com dan satu lagi berupa kode acak dari google ( kode berbeda setiap orang)

5. Login ke Cpanel di tab baru dan masuk ke menu Advanced DNS editor

 

6. Add a record, isi CNAME dengan kode acak dibawah www (pada halaman di langkah 3), isi TTL: 14400, Type CNAME, dan isi Address dengan kode unic dibawah ghs.google.com (pada halaman di langkah 3).
Untuk record www.namadomain.xyz bukan melalui Add record melainkan dengan melakukan Edit sesuai dengan screenshot berikut ini :
Setelah Edit record -> save / Edit record.
7. klik Add record
8. tunggu sekitar 1-4 Jam, lalu coba kembali langkah 3. jika verifikasi gagal, pastikan kembali langkah ke 7 dilakukan dengan benar.
 Berikut ini adalah contoh dari bentuk Advance DNS Zone Editor nya setelah di edit:

Advance DNS Zone Editor

 

Note: Nameserver domain anda harus sudah mengarah ke hosting dimana anda melakukan setting Cpanel diatas. hubungi pihak penyedia domain anda untuk request pengarahan nameserve

Thanks,

Hery Purnama

http://freelance-it-trainer.blogspot.com

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081.223344.506

Hery Purnama – 081.223344.506 – inhousetrainer@yahoo.com.
Freelance IT Trainer, Trainer Excel VBA Macro, Trainer Sencha ExtJS, Trainer Google Map API, Trainer SPSS, Trainer MS Project, Trainer Primavera, Trainer Google Sktechup 3D, Trainer Android Phonegap, Trainer Oracle, Trainer SQL Server, Trainer MySQL, Trainer PHP Jquery Mobile , Trainer Java, Trainer HTML5 Javascript, Trainer SEO Internet Marketing, Trainer Project Management, Trainer SMS Gateway, Trainer CMS WordPress, ITIL, COBIT

How to make your new website index quickly in Google

How to Get Google to Index Your New Website & Blog Quickly

Whenever you create a new website or blog for your business, the first thing you probably want to happen is have people find it. And, of course, one of the ways you hope they will find it is through search. But typically, you have to wait around for the Googlebot to crawl your website and add it (or your newest content) to the Google index.

So the question is: how do you ensure this happens as quickly as possible? Here are the basics of how website content is crawled and indexed, plus some great ways to get the Googlebot to your website or blog to index your content sooner rather than later.

What is Googlebot, Crawling, and Indexing?

What is googlebot?

Before we get started on some good tips to attract the Googlebot to your site, let’s start with what the Googlebot is, plus the difference between indexing and crawling.

  • The Googlebot is simply the search bot software that Google sends out to collect information about documents on the web to add to Google’s searchable index.
  • Crawling is the process where the Googlebot goes around from website to website, finding new and updated information to report back to Google. The Googlebot finds what to crawl using links.
  • Indexing is the processing of the information gathered by the Googlebot from its crawling activities. Once documents are processed, they are added to Google’s searchable index if they are determined to be quality content. During indexing, the Googlebot processes the words on a page and where those words are located. Information such as title tags and ALT attributes are also analyzed during indexing.

So how does the Googlebot find new content on the web such as new websites, blogs, pages, etc.? It starts with web pages captured during previous crawl processes and adds in sitemap data provided by webmasters. As it browses web pages previously crawled, it will detect links upon those pages to add to the list of pages to be crawled. If you want more details, you can read about them in Webmaster Tools Help.

Hence, new content on the web is discovered through sitemaps and links. Now we’ll take a look at how to get sitemaps on your website and links to it that will help the Googlebot discover new websites, blogs, and content.

How to Get Your New Website or Blog Discovered

So how can you get your new website discovered by the Googlebot? Here are some great ways. The best part is that some of the following will help you get referral traffic to your new website too!

  • Create a Sitemap – A sitemap is an XML document on your website’s server that basically lists each page on your website. It tells search engines when new pages have been added and how often to check back for changes on specific pages. For example, you might want a search engine to come back and check your homepage daily for new products, news items, and other new content. If your website is built on WordPress, you can install the Google XML Sitemaps plugin and have it automatically create and update your sitemap for you as well as submit it to search engines. You can also use tools such as the XML Sitemaps Generator.
  • Submit Sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools – The first place you should take your sitemap for a new website is Google Webmaster Tools. If you don’t already have one, simply create a free Google Account, then sign up for Webmaster Tools. Add your new site to Webmaster Tools, then go to Optimization > Sitemaps and add the link to your website’s sitemap to Webmaster Tools to notify Google about it and the pages you have already published. For extra credit, create an account with Bing and submit your sitemap to them via their Webmaster Tools.
  • Install Google Analytics – You’ll want to do this for tracking purposes regardless, but it certainly might give Google the heads up that a new website is on the horizon.
  • Submit Website URL to Search Engines – Some people suggest that you don’t do this simply because there are many other ways to get a search engine’s crawler to your website. But it only takes a moment, and it certainly doesn’t hurt things. So submit your website URL to Google by signing into your Google Account and going to the Submit URL option in Webmaster Tools. For extra credit, submit your site to Bing. You can use the anonymous tool to submit URL’s below the Webmaster Tools Sign In – this will also submit it to Yahoo.
  • Create or Update Social Profiles – As mentioned previously, crawlers get to your site via links. One way to get some quick links is by creating social networking profiles for your new website or adding a link to your new website to pre-existing profiles. This includes Twitter profiles, Facebook pages, Google+ profiles or pages, LinkedIn profiles or company pages, Pinterest profiles, and YouTube channels.
  • Share Your New Website Link – Once you have added your new website link to a new or pre-existing social profile, share it in a status update on those networks. While these links are nofollow, they will still alert search engines that are tracking social signals. For Pinterest, pin an image from the website and for YouTube, create a video introducing your new website and include a link to it in the video’s description.
  • Bookmark It – Use quality social bookmarking sites like Delicious and StumbleUpon.
  • Create Offsite Content – Again, to help in the link building process, get some more links to your new website by creating offsite content such as submitting guest posts to blogs in your niche, articles to quality article directories, and press releases to services that offer SEO optimization and distribution. Please note this is about quality content from quality sites – you don’t want spammy content from spammy sites because that just tells Google that your website is spammy.

How to Get Your New Blog Discovered

So what if your new website is a blog? Then in additional to all of the above options, you can also do the following to help get it found by Google.

  • Setup Your RSS with FeedburnerFeedburner is Google’s own RSS management tool. Sign up or in to your Google account and submit your feed with Feedburner by copying your blog’s URL or RSS feed URL into the “Burn a feed” field. In addition to your sitemap, this will also notify Google of your new blog and each time that your blog is updated with a new post.
  • Submit to Blog Directories – TopRank has a huge list of sites you can submit your RSS feed and blog to. This will help you build even more incoming links. If you aren’t ready to do them all, at least start with Technorati as it is one of the top blog directories. Once you have a good amount of content, also try Alltop.

The Results

Once your website or blog is indexed, you’ll start to see more traffic from Google search. Plus, getting your new content discovered will happen faster if you have set up sitemaps or have a RSS feed. The best way to ensure that your new content is discovered quickly is simply by sharing it on social media networks through status updates, especially on Google+.

Also remember that blog content is generally crawled and indexed much faster than regular pages on a static website, so consider having a blog that supports your website. For example, if you have a new product page, write a blog post about it and link to the product page in your blog post. This will help the product page get found much faster by the Googlebot!

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Hery Purnama

http://freelance-it-trainer.blogspot.com

Hery Purnama – 081.223344.506 – inhousetrainer@yahoo.com.
Freelance IT Trainer, Trainer Excel VBA Macro, Trainer Sencha ExtJS, Trainer Google Map API, Trainer SPSS, Trainer MS Project, Trainer Primavera, Trainer Google Sktechup 3D, Trainer Android Phonegap, Trainer Oracle, Trainer SQL Server, Trainer MySQL, Trainer PHP Jquery Mobile , Trainer Java, Trainer HTML5 Javascript, Trainer SEO Internet Marketing, Trainer Project Management, Trainer SMS Gateway, Trainer CMS WordPress, ITIL, COBIT

How Export WordPress to Blogspot Blog

Very easy to export your wordpress blog post to blogspot/blogger

follow these steps bellowed :

  1. to transfer to Blogger.
  2. Click on the Manage tab below the Blog name.
  3. Click on the Export link below the Manage tab.
  4. Download the WordPress WXR export file by clicking on Download Export File.
  5. Save this file to your local machine.
  6. Go to this link to convert the file format https://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/

and then follow instruction bellowed to import in to blogspot

Export or import your blog

Imports and exports are only for posts and comments. If you want to save a copy of your template, click the Backup/Restore button on the Template tab.

You can export a copy of your blog to your computer and import the posts and comments into a different Blogger blog.

Export Your blog

  1. Sign in to blogger.com.
  2. Under “Settings,” click Other.
  3. Go to the “Blog Tools” section.
  4. Click Export Blog.
  5. Click Download blog.

Your blog will be saved as a .xml file. Don’t worry, the blog is still in your dashboard and on Blogger.com.

Import, export, and delete

Import posts and comments into another Blogger blog

Here’s how to import the blog you exported into a new blog:

  1. Sign in to blogger.com.
  2. Under “Settings,” click Other.
  3. Go to the “Blog Tools” section.
  4. Click Import Blog.
  5. Select a Blogger export file (.xml) from your computer./li>
  6. Click Publish.

By default, all of your imported posts will remain unpublished until you publish them from your dashboard later. However, if you would rather have all posts published immediately, make sure to check the box next to Automatically publish all imported posts before you click Import Blog.

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Hery Purnama – 081.223344.506 – inhousetrainer@yahoo.com.
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How to Using HTML 5 Local Storage

Loading data from a remote source

When loading data from a remote source I’d use jQuery or Zepto’s ajax() function like this:

1 $.ajax({
3     dataType: 'JSONp',
4     success: function(data, status) {
5         $.each(data, function(key, value){
6             //handle the data               
7         });
8     },
9     error: function() {
10         //handle the error
11     }
12 }

In this example I’m accessing a fictional data source to load a news article.

Once the article is loaded the user might browse another article but later on may return to read this particular one again. You could load the article from your server again. But that’s a bit inefficient if you have already loaded it before. You could just as easily store the article locally, using HTML5’s localStorage, on the device and request the details from there. That’s pretty simple to setup.

HTML5 local and session storage

HTML5 introduced several methods of storing data within the clients browser. Two of these methods are local and session storage. localStorage saves data until it is removed by the client or app whereas sessionStorage saves data until the session ends, when the browser window/tab is closed.

Mark Pilgrim sums up HTML5 local storage as:

a way for web pages to store named key/value pairs locally, within the client web browser. Like cookies, this data persists even after you navigate away from the web site, close your browser tab, exit your browser, or what have you. Unlike cookies, this data is never transmitted to the remote web server (unless you go out of your way to send it manually).

Dive into HTML – Introducing HTML5 local storage

Storing a key/value pair is very straightforward:

1 localStorage.setItem('yourKeyName', 'your value');

This works great for simple key/value pairs.

Storing a JSON object in local storage

Attempting to store a JSON object, or an ordinary array of data, in local storage will yield an error. Local storage requires you to store strings of information. To store a JSON object in local storage you will need to convert it into a JSON-formatted string, using the JSON.stringify() function.

Referring back to the ajax example above, we could take the data object and stringify it:

1 var dataToStore = JSON.stringify(data);

Then it’s just a case of storing the new JSON-formatted string in local storage:

1 localStorage.setItem('someData', dataToStore);

Loading a JSON object from local storage

Now that the JSON object is stored locally you can access the data directly from the device, without having to make a request to the remote server. However, because the object was previously converted to a JSON-formatted string, you will have to reverse the effects of the stringify function before you can access the data within the object. This is easily done through use of the JSON.parse() function:

1 var localData = JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem('someData'));

Now you can access the object and handle it as you normally would:

1 $.each(localData, function(key, value){
2     console.log(key + ' = ' + value);
3 });

Using PhoneGap’s local storage api

The above example will work in any modern browser as well as in your PhoneGap app, but PhoneGap also provides local storage access via its api:

1 //setting an item
2 window.localStorage.setItem('key', 'value');
3  
4 //loading an item
5 var value = window.localStorage.getItem('key');

The only difference here being window. prepended to the ordinary localStorage methods.

Putting it all together in a PhoneGap app

Taking all of this into account you might end up with something like this:

1 $.ajax({
3     dataType: 'JSONp',
4     success: function(data, status) {
5         $.each(data, function(key, value){
6             //handle the data               
7         });
8          
9         var localData = JSON.stringify(data);
10          
11         window.localStorage.setItem('newsArticle12', localData);
12     },
13     error: function() {
14         //handle the error
15     }
16 }

And when you want to get access to that data the next time:

1 var localData = JSON.parse(window.localStorage.getItem('newsArticle12');
2  
3 $.each(function(key, value){
4     //handle the data
5 });

This is a useful technique to use in PhoneGap apps, it can be a significant optimisation when used appropriately. It reduces server requests and loads your [previously loaded] data faster.

Some considerations

There are some considerations with using local storage though.

There is a limit to how much data you can store via localStorage – approximately 5mb. If you are dealing with a lot of data you could soon reach that limit.

The main consideration should always evaluating the type of data that you are storing locally. Maybe sessionStorage is the better choice if your users require up to date information each time they open your app. Or maybe you need to include an expiry data in your JSON object and check against that before serving the data.

Hery Purnama – 081.223344.506 – inhousetrainer@yahoo.com.
Freelance IT Trainer, Trainer Excel VBA Macro, Trainer Sencha ExtJS, Trainer Google Map API, Trainer SPSS, Trainer MS Project, Trainer Primavera, Trainer Google Sktechup 3D, Trainer Android Phonegap, Trainer Oracle, Trainer SQL Server, Trainer MySQL, Trainer PHP Jquery Mobile , Trainer Java, Trainer HTML5 Javascript, Trainer SEO Internet Marketing, Trainer Project Management, Trainer SMS Gateway, Trainer CMS WordPress, ITIL, COBIT