How to Create Space in a Small Kitchen

How to Create Space in a Small Kitchen- Make space in a small Indian kitchen is not an easy task. Here is the video that shows you how you can easily make space in your small kitchen. Learn about effective ways to max out space in your kitchen.  

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Google SEO Ranking Factors for 2015
Jul31

Google SEO Ranking Factors for 2015

More than anything else, every webmaster in the world wants to know about the ranking factors for SEO. These factors can influence the performance of the website in a big way. No one can accurately predict the exact factors to get good ranking in Google, but we can make an educated guess about the factors which can help you in getting good SEO ranking with Google. Based on our years of experience with SEO, we will present you with the simple guidelines to follow that can get your website a good ranking with Google search results. Content SEO ranking factors : No matter what, content still remains the leading factor when it comes to getting good SEO ranking in Google search results. Now, the emphasis has shifted to high quality original content. It is more valuable than before and you should focus on content which will add value to the Internet community. The site speed is an important factor which gets 0.11 while the keyword position in title gets 0.10. Using keyword in URL has decreased and gets a 0.01. The same goes with using keyword in domain which has a correlation of 0.02. The importance of length of URL has increased to 0.10 and using proper description and video integration gets higher priority. Social Media SEO ranking factors : Social presence plays a prominent role in the ranking of a website. As we all know, Google+ remains the leading SEO ranking factor with 0.33 and Facebook shares stand at 0.28 and comments on facebook will fetch a score of 0.27. Apart from that tweets on Twitter will give you 0.24 and pinterest gets a score of 0.27. With growing social presence across the world, the importance of social media is likely to get higher in the days to come. Link SEO ranking factors : This has been the most popular ranking factor for a long time. It is no different in this year and having good quality backlinks will still fetch you good ranking in the SEO results. Total backlinks has a factor of 0.31 and new backlinks will get 0.20. Having a good percentage of backlinks with keyword will give you a score of 0.17. The word count in anchor text gets 0.11 and percentage of backlinks from the same country gets 0.07. On-page SEO ranking factors : Having good relevant internal and external links are very important and in recent trend, the site speed is becoming a top ranking factor for on-site SEO. Using relevant terms gets 0.34 and number of internal links get 0.16. Using keywords in the body get 0.15 and the HTML length...

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Simple Tips and Techniques for Portrait Photography
Jul24

Simple Tips and Techniques for Portrait Photography

Portrait photography is very much different from other forms of photography. It is very difficult to control the final outcome of the picture. In studio shots, you can control the lighting and make the final picture look exactly as what you intended to shoot. But here, the expression of the model is most crucial and can make or break the picture. If the model is not giving the correct expression required for the shot, it can spoil the whole picture irrespective of the talent of the photographer. So there is very little that you can control in this scenario as a photographer. However, with simple tricks, you can achieve the desired outcome in every portrait. Let us see how these tips can help you to get the best photos. Close-up Portraits : This type of portrait is focused mainly on the face and only the shoulder is visible apart from the face. It is the most often used shot to capture the expression of the model. The most important factor to take care in this scenario is the lighting. You have to make sure that the light falls from the correct angle onto the face of the subject. You can try with various setups like using a diffused light or using the light from the side or from the top. Depending on what you want to achieve, these angles of light will help you in getting the desired variety of shots. It is always advisable to use a wide aperture to get the background out of focus and avoid any distraction. Many professionals use the 90 mm lens for these kinds of photos. You can also try the same and see how it works on your subject. Midrange Portraits : It is essential to involve a little more of the background in these kind of portraits. Unlike the close-up shots, the background will also get some scope in these shots. If you want to shoot more than one person, it is better to use Midrange portrait shots. You can use a 90 mm fixed lens for these shots. It is also advisable to use a wide angle lens depending on the area you want to capture. As usual, make sure that the lighting is good and enhances the subject in a good way. Environmental Portraits : These kind of portraits are relatively more easier as you have the wide field to play with your camera. You can choose the perfect setting to shoot your subject. Most of the time, photojournalists use these kind of portraits to grab the attention of the audience. Make it as natural as possible. Avoid...

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10 Basic Photography Tips for Amateur Photographers
Apr28

10 Basic Photography Tips for Amateur Photographers

Photography is in vogue and has become a new way to send message and love far and wide. We thrive in visual world and camera, DSLR are no longer in the hands of expertise. The definition of photography have changed. Advancement of tech has not only given access to mobile cameras but also varied apps and software to edit, crop and adjusting the scene mode as per one’s choice till the sharing of them to thousand audience. Now that you are striving to be one of the amateur photographer, some basic photography tips for the beginners will go handy. 1.  Keep in mind about light – Sunrise and sunset is the favourite period for professional to capture the best shot. Set up an alarm before sunrise and sunset to get your best shot thereby making the most of the natural light. 2.  Avoid zooming unless required – I always withdraw from hitting the zoom button but prefer going closer to the object. Make it a point to opt for zooming only when it is difficult to approach the object to be clicked thereby avoiding the break out of image and noise reduction. 3.  Crop what you need – Cropping is generally done to remove the unwanted thing/person or to enlarge the desired object. In case you are caught up regarding what to capture the best is taking in as much subject into the lens as you can. You can always crop the image later. 4.  When to use flash – Flash is used to highlight an object especially when in dark. I suggest to prevent using flash when object isn’t moving, human face is too close or while shooting through a looking glass. 5.  Use a tripod for better night photography – In dimly lit ambience photos tend to come shaky and out-of-focus. The best shot happens when you have a tripod. 6.  Try shooting from different angles – The angles from where you place your subject plays a key role. You need to invent positions to give a flair to your photography. Try lying down on the ground, flat on your tummy and take a shot in case your object of amuse is lying down your feet. 5.  Try for various photo editing apps – It’s time to brush up your creativity by experimenting with your pictures using different editing apps which offers smart scenic modes. The famous apps are the Adobe Lightroom, Aperture, pixlr, picassa etc.. 7.  Tell story with your pictures – One picture is worth a story telling. Use several picture and create a collage conveying stories and hoarding memory. Phototastic, picmonkey and instacollage are...

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