WordPress widget for Publicizing Blog Posts on facebook/Twitter is just a click away.

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WordPress has introduced this wonderful feature that enables blogger’s posts/articles to get published on Facebook & Twitter  automatically….

The idea of self-publishing itself is just amazing. In today’s SEO centric Internet arena,  this widget is goig t make the life of a blogger fetch some relief.


How does it work  huhh ??

Facebook @ Mobile

Go to your wp BLOG’s  dashboard, Settings, and Sharing you’ll see Publicize. Once you set it up, Publicize works automatically.

You can customize the message that gets sent out on the Post page.

See http://en.support.wordpress.com/publicize/

I came across wish list of a WordPress user (Salil Lawande), who is seeking wp team to introduce below mentioned widgets.

> Ability to tag media in the Media Library
> Albums functionality (or something close to what Picasa Web Albums)
> Sorting by month, year, title
> A graphical/visual approach to managing & deploying media (drag & drop)

Happy Blogging.

Go Blogger Go.


Your 2010 year in blogging…by Team WordPress.com + Stats Helper Monkeys

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.

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A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 7,500 times in 2010. That’s about 18 full 747s.


In 2010, there were 28 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 115 posts. There was 1 picture uploaded, taking a total of 208kb.

The busiest day of the year was November 22nd with 111 views. The most popular post that day was Picto-ry of Web evolution…. (tired of writing words) 😛.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were facebook.com, bigextracash.com, bloglovin.com, student-loan-consilidation.com, and 1harga.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for coke a cola, funny monkey, funny monkey pictures, mineral based industries, and mineral based industries in india.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


Picto-ry of Web evolution…. (tired of writing words) 😛 November 2010


Fraud email Gallery: Scam Letters – 542 different examples! December 2009


Thanda Matlab Coca Cola: But, Thanda nahi hai…… November 2009
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India’s Most Trusted Brands – 2007: Economic Times Brand Equity Survey November 2009


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Some of your most popular posts were written before 2010. Your writing has staying power! Consider writing about those topics again.


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You Call That a Handshake? from an Observer’s point of view

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Body language is fascinating to me. I often rely more on a person’s body language than their words. One of my favourite past times is people watching. I can happily spend an hour or two sitting in a cafe or bar and watching people interact with each other. I wouldn’t call myself a voyeur, but I’m definitely an observer. One thing I notice most about people is the way in which they greet one another or more importantly meet.

Through out my career I’ve shaken a lot of hands. Maybe not as many as your average politician but a lot of hands. Some hands I liked and some I didn’t – but I shook them anyway. A handshake says a lot about a person, their personality and the way in which they view you and potentially the dynamics of the relationship they intend to form with you.

There a lot of variables to consider when you’re weighing up a handshake but are three major elements that I take note of when I first meet someone.

Read more…………

You Call That a Handshake?.

Difference between BPO & KPO explained !!

5 Quick Tips for Job Seekers against Job Fraud!

Always be prepared from the fraud which lots of companies are doing with the fresher. Some times the experienced people too faces the same situation, so always be prepared to fight against job fraud. Here are a few quick tips which can ensure you from frauds:

#1 Tip: Never reveal your confidential detail to any employer: Always be prepared to say NO to any employer if he asks for either your credit card details or any type of secured numbers. If some one asks these details then it is better not to join that organization.

#2 Tips: Never join the Organization if they don’t have any Business Plan: If you have faced the interview in any organization and that organization is not having any Business Plan or Model, then don’t plan to join that one. They will always make you unsatisfied in long run.

#3 Tips: Do not join the company which has not taken proper Interview: This is also one sort of fraud, many companies don’t take any sort of interviews and they offer you to join them. Leave them immediately otherwise you might feel problem with them. It is in fact my personal opinion that there is always some kind of fraud behind these types ofcompanies which offers you without taking any type of interviews either front to front or telephonic one.

#4 Tips: Leave the company immediately if they ask you any amount to deposit: This is the biggest type of fraud I have ever seen. Not a single good company is there which will ask you to deposit any amount before giving the offer letter to you. So if any company asks you to deposit any amount then leave them immediately.

#5 Tips: Check the Offer Letter Properly: Offer letter is the main source of information about any company at initial level. Once you will get the offer letter go through each and every word of the letter with proper care. Check if there is something which is objectionable. Do the research from your self about the past of the company.

It is the time when students are facing the campus interviews; lots of companies are recruiting them despite the global downfall of the market. So it is good to prepare against any sort of fraud. Always be sure to join anycompany, since if it is your first job then it is going to affect you through out your life.

KPO Jobs, IT/ITES Jobs, Outsourcing Jobs, Marketing Jobs, Legal Jobs, HR Jobs, KPO Placement, LPO Jobs, Finance Jobs, Temp Staffing – KPOPlacements.com

This site seems interesting…… Happy hunting guys…….. http://www.KPOplacements.com

KPO Jobs, IT/ITES Jobs, Outsourcing Jobs, Marketing Jobs, Legal Jobs, HR Jobs, KPO Placement, LPO Jobs, Finance Jobs, Temp Staffing – KPOPlacements.com

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Resume Spotlight

Mr. Sunil Kumar Ailani
Post Graduate Diploma in  Management, MICA

DOB : 13th June, 1983

Mobile : +91-9974379329

Email1 : ailanisunil13@gmail.com
Email2 : sunilailani_e8@mica.ac.in

In quest of enriching assignments with key focus on Research / Marketing / Communications with a growth oriented organization

Management Trainee – 2 Months (LinOpinion (LOWE Lintas PR Division), Mumbai)

I want my CV here

Ms. Deepshikha Sharma
B.Tech (Biotechnolog), Rajasthan University, Jaipur

20th Sept., 1985

Mobile : +91-9893554703, +91-9414322749

Email : deepshikha.sharma25@gmail.com

Working for an organization where I can apply my skills for the betterment of the company

Trainings attended at Ranbaxy, Dr. B Lal’s Clinical Laboratory & Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Jaipur

Mr. Ashok Mallick
IP Analyst (KPO)

01st April, 1982

Mobile : +91-9734429409

Email : smipr2009@gmail.com

To become a sophisticated individual in a challenging environment that provides opportunities to prove and enhance my skills as a successful leader in an organization.

B.Tech (Chemical Eng.), Haldia Institute Of Technology, Haldia.
PG Diploma in IP Law – IIT Kharagpur

I want my CV here

Mr. Chakraborty
Patent Analyst (KPO)

26th Nov., 1981

Mobile : +91-9804160944, +91-9239153347

Email : official.madhurima.dhar@gmail.com

To achieve a position which utilizes my knowledge and provides me a platform to innovate, learn new technologies and execute different responsibilities.

B.Tech (Biotechnolog), Bengal College Of Engineering & Technology, Durgapur.

I want my CV here

Mr. Ranjan Singh
Patent Consultant

Mobile : +91-9836485588

Email1 : patents123@gmail.com

A challenging professional career opportunity in the field of Intellectual Property Rights with special interest in Patents.

B.Tech (Mechanical), JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.

I want my CV here

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