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Timing is very improtant

What’s the relationship between the position in search results and when you post crawled?
I trust time is the very important fact affect the position in search results.
If there are two similar pages in the different sites, the early one will get high position.
So the copying may help someone make a content-rich site. I called it a junk site, which has some not fresh news.
Come back to my topic, timing. The earlier you post, the better position you get.
The most big problem is the Copyright.

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Gap in the words

When a person lived in Canada for four or five years, understanding is totally different.
He has a viewpoint and wants to express it in his native language to the visitor from his native country. The result is a misunderstanding. The focus, target of meaning, is not being realized.
The reason is thinking in a different way.
Chinese from the mainland often looking for the gaps in the law. They have a very worse environment. The regular way, the way regulared by law, is not in reason generally.
Canadian often follow the law. It is simply way and I think over 90% of Canadians are do everything in this way.
Just like a piece of paper. You give one calculator to a Canadian. He read guideline carefully and learn how to use it. Chinese will leave the guide in the box and pull the calculator to use or hack it. They like to find their own way to use it.

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Hu will be US this morning

From the Sohu News, Hu Jintao will arrive at Seattle about 6AM. In the first day, he will visit Microsoft head office.
The welcome dinner will be arranged at Bill Gates House.
This is Bill Gates’ House.

The more information can be accessed from Bill Gates House, Inside Pictures of Bill Gates House. It shows some details about this smart house.

It took seven years to build the 40,000-square-foot Bill Gates mansion on a wooded five-acre compound in the moneyed Seattle suburb of Medina. [Bill Gates House Address: 1835 73rd Ave NE, Medina, WA 98039 map – arial photo] Much of the Bill Gates house is built underground into the hill, so the house looks smaller than it actually is. Unfortunately the hidden section underground did not escape the taxman’s view; Bill paid over a million dollars last year on property taxes.
Earlier, Bill Gates organized a private party at his waterfront mansion. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a “temporary security zone” around Gates’ Lake Washington home which locked down all of Lake Washington south of the Highway 520 bridge and stayed in effect for two days. Gates’ homestead is approximately 48,000 square feet with a garage that reportedly accommodates 30 cars.

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Quality and Quantity

I write my blog over one year and five months.
The quantity is my concern when I start my blog, but now, the quality is the most concern.
Until today, there are four hundred and thirty posts here.
To post many more high quality articles is very important for Blog and Bloger.
High quality post will attract more readers here. If they are attracted here by some search phrase, they will find more interesting items here.
I need time to thinking and reading.
So, the speed of update of this blog will be lower than before. Maybe higher, it depends on how much time I have to do this job.
As a full-time underwriter assistant, part-time web developer, and a webmaster of the site G2soft.Net, and most import position in my mind is a father of two cute girls. I still have to find the time to blogging.

Fuel Price Hike


During last 12 months, fuel price increased much more.
There is the latest release from consumer price index report from Statistics Canada on Friday, April 22, 2005.

Consumers paid 2.3% more in March than the same month a year earlier for the goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) basket. This increase followed a 12-month rise of 2.1% in February.

For the 11th consecutive month, gasoline prices remain the main factor of the 12-month increase in the CPI

See below:

The energy index climbed 9.5% between March 2004 and March 2005, mainly as a result of higher gasoline prices (+11.2%). Higher prices for fuel oil (+25.8%), natural gas (+10.3%), electricity (+3.4%), as well as for fuel, parts and supplies for recreational vehicles (+7.6%) also contributed to pushing up the energy index.

Fuel Saving Tips is more important than that before.
Seven easy things you can do to save gas–and money–today.
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