Archive for the 'July 2008 - 2' Category

by Malay Shah
on Jul 21st, 2008

New Feature in Google Keyword Tool

Google AdWords has added search volume statistics to its Keyword Tool. Non-AdWords publishers can use this Keyword tool to generate and refine relevant keywords that best suits a publisher’s business, product or service. These keywords can then be added into the publishers’ campaign.

With search volume data availability, AdWords publishers can easily estimate the number of search queries that matched the publishers’ campaign keywords when users performed searches on Google and its search network. The search volume data provides better insight into particular keywords’ monthly and average search volumes as compared to previous keyword tool.

Link: https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordTool

by Malay Shah
on Jul 21st, 2008

Apple iPhone 3G – Review

Apple IPhone 3GOver the weekend, Apple sold one million 3G iPhones across the 21 countries in which it is available. The Apps Store also saw 10 million apps downloaded in the same time period. We can’t say this is a surprise… but it is sweet to see. Many people were able to get a hold of an iPhone 3G over the weekend and reviews has started to show up around blogosphere. Most of the reviews are favorable toward the phone but does raise concern over weak battery life when 3G data connection is enabled.

If you know what you’re looking for, the fastest way to get it is to enter keywords in the search field. To download an app, simply touch and hold the Install key. The phone will ask for your iTunes password, and then will automatically load the app. If the app maker charges a fee, the amount will be charged to your iTunes account.

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Conservation & Recycling Service

Conservation and Recycling Services Pvt. Ltd. is an energy conservation solution provider and consultant. They offer a range of services, right from energy management to installation for corporate, industrial and residential clients. They also sell high impact energy saving solar products.

The website we have designed for Conservation is a pure reflection of its vision of providing eco-friendly solutions. The home page itself welcomes with a vibrant and vital feel and this theme spreads across the entire website. The design treatment neatly captures the essence of working in harmony with nature, and at same time reflects their professional approach towards this endeavour. We have also ensured that the entire styling of the website is consistent with their vision of providing high impact energy saving solutions.

To visit the Conservation website, click here

Penta Consulting ServicePenta Consulting Services is a company dedicated to rendering professional services in human resource management to organizations. They develop and nurture a healthy human resource climate, by providing training and development inputs on the various areas of human resource management.

The corporate website for Penta Consulting Services works on multiple levels, focusing on different requirements of the company. Firstly we have designed it with the purpose of creating more awareness among its target audience – corporate clients and SMEs. The simple structure, smooth navigation and easy on the eye design have all been chosen specifically for this purpose.sa

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by Vishaal S Shah
on Jul 21st, 2008

Midnight’s Children wins hearts again!

Sir Salman RushdieSir Salman Rushdie’s ‘Midnight’s Children’ has done it again! It has won the prestigious ‘40-year Best of Booker Prize’ award. Considered one of the most important works of the modern age, this brilliant literary work has convincingly beat five other shortlisted works from the competition’s 40-year-old history.

And what makes this award even more special for the book is that it has received the ultimate accolade this time — the public’s vote. An online poll conducted saw readers pouring in their votes via internet and sms, casting a total of 36% majority win for Rushdie. Incidentally, it seems at least half of the voters were under the age of 35 – a reflection of the ongoing interest in quality fiction amongst younger generation.

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