There are many names for unseen human energy. In China, it is qi or chi, prana in the Yoga tradition of India and Tibet, ruach in Hebrew, ki in Japan, baraka for Sufis, wakan by the Lakota, orenda by Iroquois and more. This energy is considered to be an intelligent, subtle force that transcends human knowing. Many of use rely on our awareness of this energy as our guide in decision making. It may be used by our bodies to heal ourselves. … [Read more...] about How Does Your Web Site Make Visitors Feel?
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What that paper, and other papers from Microsoft don’t explore in much depth is how different blocks of links might be related to each other. They don’t try to explore in any depth how links on a site might be related to one another, and how the pages of a site might be organized based upon links between the pages of a site. Looking at link blocks on a site, classifying them, and organizing them may yield some useful benefits. … [Read more...] about How a Search Engine Might Analyze the Linking Structure of a Web Site
The first warning that site speed was on Google’s radar came last November, when Cutts said there was “strong lobbying” inside Google to account for site speed as a new ranking factor. Speaking at SMX West last month, Google’s Maile Ohye showed a slide indicating that delays of under a half-second impact business metrics. … [Read more...] about Google Now Counts Site Speed As A Ranking Factor
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