Friday, September 25, 2009

Easy and Quick Way To Increase Traffic and Web Popularity On Your Blog

I would like to share this very helpful strategy to boost your traffic.

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Please read carefully then apply correctly....

A philosophy says "Honesty is the Best Policy (Honesty is the political / best strategy)," is what we will prove .... whether honesty concept we can use to generate traffic and more intense popularity beyond the concept of complex expert webmaster or SEO expert ..?... I believe we will achieve that goal if this concept is running properly ..., and if this concept is applying in your web according to the rules, by then:
-Your Web will be swamped with huge traffic visitors day by day, without fuss or tired of the SEO campaign to a lot of web in the internet world.
-Your Web will be flooded huge back link day by day, without fuss hunt link to a lot of web in the internet world.

If Albert Einstein use the equation E = mc2 to combine mass potential and speed of light to create extreme nuclear energy , then we will use equation = V1 + V2 to combine my web potential and your web potential to generate extreme web traffic and popularity also .

If Einstein use atom plutonium and uranium to make nuclear bombs, then we use the Honesty and accuracy to make a bomb of this traffic and popularity concept.

What do you need to do is follow these steps:

1. Create a post articles as I post this, or copy-paste this post from Copy start here until Copy Finish, and also be entitled: t = V1 + v2, How to increase traffic and popularity quickly and naturally.

2. Copy or make the next powerful sentence existing under the number 3 plug at this website on your part to section that most easily seen by visitor, for example at the top of the sidebar

3. Move or change a link or the url address post (here-1) with your url address, and (here-2) with my URL address post,to find out url address of the post that I make and that you make is to click the title / post title than we make this copy of the address bar.

The more authentic information about you know, the more likely people are to consider you a expert. Read on for even more facts that you can share.

Next is the post of "powerful sentence" you need to install in your web part (after the change in the url link to its corresponding provisions of the above)

"Want to increase visitor traffic and your web popularity quickly and unlimited ...? Let me ..., I'll do it for you FREE ...!.. "

-So after the powerful sentence is put on the your web then : if a visitor click the link here-1 he will directly to your link post, and if he click here-2 will directly link to my post ... and this is just keep going unbreakable chain link.

4. Finish, prepare tracker counter and link checker for example sitemeter and Technorati to see a flood of traffic and your web backlink

What is t = V1 + t2 ...?
t: Number of traffic that will be you get on your web in a day
V1: The number of visitors to your web in a day
v2: Number of visitors of the V1 (a visitor from your web visitors) in a day.

For example, my web or your website in one day have an average of 50 visitors .., and all of this we apply the concept (powerful sentences) correctly, and that 50 people from each of 50 people also have visitors from his blog , then the web we will visit in a 50 plus 50 x 50 people on that day = 2550, and will also likely continue to increase day by day, because every day there are always new visitors in the internet world, each day also have a new blogger, or web internet in the world ... PROVE IT!

For example, our web visitors have 50 people in a day, and everyone implement this concept, then in the web that day you will get 100 linkback to your website, a link on Powerful sentence and a link on the link in my multiply 50. and will likely continue to increase day by day ....

Why the need to create links and link your link on my post ...?
... this is to maintain our link eternity, because as we get more links in the post less likely erased ....

Can we do not fair or not fair sabotage this concept, for example, "remove all links of origin" and fill in the web / blogs we own...? .... Yes, and this concept will not prove to be a maximum of Honesty is a strategy / political answer..... But I believe that we all want to throw them credibility by making such action cheap ...

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What do you think is it helpful to your site? I would like to thank Sida for this idea.

Why Children Bite Their Nails?

When my little boy was three years old I really had a hard time reminding him not to bite his nails because his hands were dirty but he never listened to me. He will get angry if I stopped him what he was doing. What are the reasons why children at this age bite their nails? Children bite their nails because of curiosity or boredom, to relieve stress, or from force of habit and is mostly likely to develop or continue into adulthood. According to studies nail biting is often a way of relieving the intense but transient tensions of childhood. Children are always anxious. They want to learn something new according to what they see and observed it’s either through the television or in his surroundings. Eventually it will stop at his own time. Luckily my child now already stopped from biting his nails. I’m so happy about it because I ‘m so concern about his health. If nail biting continues as he is getting older then there are some tips on what to do about it.
Address his anxieties. Try to discover what makes him anxious. Talk to him and explain.

Don’t nag or punish. Like other nervous habits, nail biting tends to be unconscious even adults have a hard time breaking the habit. If you can no longer stand the habit, explain in a compassionate way that you don’t like to watch him biting his nails and he will be swallowing germs if he continue doing it.

Help him to become aware of the habit. Children prefer different techniques, but in general the more your child feels like a partner in this endeavor, the more likely he will succeed.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

How to Help Toddler to Stop Using the Pacifier

When your child or toddler is used to have a pacifier, there is a tendency of being dependent on it. It is really hard for them to be away from it. It takes time and effort to let them stay away from using their pacifier. For them it is a big deal and it will be a difficult thing for everyone. First, they will really cry as in super cry. But as time pass by they tend to forget about it. Below are some ways and strategies to ease your child out of the pacifier.

  1. It should be done gradually, as in slowly. Meaning, try to limit the use of the pacifier maybe during naptime or bedtime or for the sake of letting them quite.
  2. Once you only have them for those times then just go down to during bedtime only and slowly getting rid of it. Don’t let them have anymore. Of course they may cry but eventually they will get over and forget about it.
  3. Once you have finally said no to the pacifier, you should stick to it, because if you give in even once you are making the process longer.
  4. Make a compromise. Say, “If you give this up I will give you something (that he/she likes). But stick to your decision and don’t be deceive by their cries. All you need to have is patience, determination, perseverance and comforting love for your child. I believe you can achieve your objective.

Friday, September 18, 2009

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Steps to Achieve Oral Health

Oral hygiene is really important because it greatly affects you as a person. It can also destroy you as a person. That is why you need to take care of it. In my previous post I talk about brushing as one of the steps to good hygiene. The next step is flossing. What is the importance of flossing? Is there a need for it? Flossing removes plaque, tartar and food residue that cannot be reach by toothbrush. It should be done once a day before bedtime. It is essential to achieve fresh breath and healthy gums. If your gums become diseased, it can develop to irritation, bloody and sore gums. Or furthermore you may lose your teeth, leading to tooth extraction and spent expensive dentures for replacement. People who don’t floss also have a high risk of developing heart disease.
Rinsing is one of the steps in oral hygiene. It is also important to use some kind of rinse. Mouthwash can kill bacteria that cause gingivitis. Rinsing gives you confident by giving fresh breath. It is a good way to clean bacteria from your mouth between meals if you don’t have time to brush.

Lastly, you should visit your Dentist at least 6 months for a full cleaning and check-up. Your dentist can give you special fluoride treatments, toothpaste or fluoride pills to help strengthen your teeth.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

How to Achieve Whiter and Fresher Breath?

Teeth are one of the very important parts of the body. They help us chew food and digest well. They also keep our mouth from sinking in and they give us a beautiful smile and help us talk clearly. But, how to achieve this beautiful teeth? That is why oral hygiene is very important. There are steps in order to maintain good oral health, which surely save you money, keep your mouth healthy and will make you proud to smile with shining white teeth. One of the most important steps is Brushing. How many times should you brush your teeth? You should brush your teeth at least twice a day for 2 minutes at a time. Brushing also freshens breath and eliminates unsightly plaque. This will also boost confidence. In brushing, you should use toothpaste approved by the Dental Health Association. A Toothpaste that contains fluoride, which helps strengthen teeth and prevent cavities. And I have found it with Glister a multi-action fluoride toothpaste made by Amway. It contains Sylodent polishing agent which helps whitens teeth, removes plaque, fights cavities, safely cleans, freshens breath and promotes remineralization. By using Glister toothpaste. I feel confident to talk to people because I know that I have a whiter teeth and fresher breath now, that last for a longer time. It is also best for children use only a smear amount of it. If you have questions and want to buy this product you can use my IBO# 683210. Try it now and feel the freshness.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

When to Start Cleaning Babies Teeth?

Teeth of the baby usually starts to come out during the fourth to one year depending on the babies’ development. And this is the difficult period of most babies because they will be experiencing anxieties like fever, running nose, unable to sleep well, some are having allergies too. For most mothers, they too are stress out because babies are always crying, experiencing pain and ill. But when the teeth already came out, all of the pain that they have will be gone but they will be starting to bite anything.

In this case is it advisable to start cleaning their teeth? When is the best time to start cleaning their teeth? According to Howard Reinstein, a pediatrician in Encino, California, you should start cleaning your baby's teeth as soon as that first pearly white sprouts (for most babies that are around 4 months). "At first, just use a piece of gauze moistened with water to wipe plaque from your baby's teeth and gums," says you don't need to use toothpaste, but try to clean your baby's teeth twice a day.

Once your baby has several teeth, you might try using a small toothbrush with just two or three rows of very soft bristles. Ask your pediatrician whether to use toothpaste, and what type of toothpaste. If you live in an area where the water is fluoridated, he might advise against using toothpaste that contains fluoride. If your water isn't fluoridated, he might prescribe fluoride drops or tablets and recommend fluoridated toothpaste. Either way you should know that fluoride can be toxic to children if ingested in large quantities. (Poison control centers around the country get thousands of toothpaste-related calls each year.)

To prevent problems, keep toothpaste out of you
r child's reach, and use only a half-pea-sized drop when brushing. Encourage your child to spit out the toothpaste rather than swallow it — a concept that's hard for very young children to understand.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

When to Start Teaching your Toddler Good Manners

It’s really hard for parents to teach good manners to young children especially when they refuse to do it. Media also has a bigger influence wherein children do imitate what they heard and see in the television. But with proper parental guidance and good model of parents toddler will develop and inhibit good manners. According to Susanne Ayers Denham there are some tips to help toddler to have good manners.

First, stick with the basics. Saying "please" and "thank you" are fairly new skills for toddlers, and they take time to learn. Start with this as a first step toward politeness, and move on from there.

Second, practice what you preach. As you probably know by now, kids are always watching, listening, and learning from us — especially when we least expect it. The best way to encourage a toddler to behave nicely is to model good manners yourself. Make sure you're saying "please" when asking something of your child and partner, and thank them when they do nice things for you.

Third, accentuate the positive. Rather than scolding your toddler when she forgets her manners, pour on the praise when she's behaving the way you want her to. Tell her that she seems so grown up when she says "please" and "thank you," and that people appreciate it. While it's disappointing when our kids are rude to others, blowing up about it could cause her to resist your efforts to teach considerate behavior. You want your toddler to exert her independence and "grown-up-ness" by showing off her good manners — not by refusing to use them.

Finally, be consistent. As soon as your toddler is usually saying "please" and "thank you" at home, nudge her to do so with others, too. Toddlers like consistency, and a rule that applies only to certain situations will be confusing and become difficult to enforce. Always remember toddlers are great imitators. Watch out the words that comes out from your mouth and the actions that they see in you, they will imitate and follow you.

Monday, September 7, 2009

How to Handle Child Aggressiveness

Do you believe that a 2-year old child can be aggressive? Yes they are. Mother may never notice it but they are displaying aggressiveness already. Try watching your little kid playing with other child. First they are enjoying themselves playing but all of a sudden, he draws back his little hand — and whacks another child squarely on the nose.
Shocking as it may seem to you, but aggression is a normal part of your child's development. Primitive language skills, a fierce desire to become independent, and impulsiveness make kids this age prime candidates for getting physical. "Some degree of hitting and biting is completely normal, because 2-year-olds are so focused on 'me' and 'mine,'" says Nadine Block, executive director of the Center for Effective Discipline in Columbus, Ohio. So while your 2-year-old's behavior may embarrass and worry you — and it's certainly not okay for him to hurt other kids — it doesn't mean you're raising a bully. By consistently letting your youngster know that aggressive behavior won't cut it and showing him other ways to express his feelings, you can help him control himself and learn to get along with others.
What you can do about aggression
Respond quickly. Try to respond immediately when you see your child getting aggressive. Don’t wait for a third blow before saying, "That's enough!" (especially when you've already reprimanded him many times). Even so, it's best to let him know instantly when he's done something wrong. Remove him from the situation for a brief time-out, or even a few seconds may be enough. The idea is for him to connect his behavior with the consequence and figure out that if he hits or bites, he'll miss out on the fun.

Follow up. If your 2-year-old gets into the ball pit at the indoor play center and immediately starts throwing balls at other kids, take him out. Sit down with him and watch the other kids play, explaining that he can go back in when he's ready to join the fun without hurting others. No matter how angry you are with him, try not to yell, hit, or tell your child he's bad. Rather than getting him to change his behavior, this simply teaches him that verbal and physical aggression are the way to go when he's mad. Instead, showing him that you can control your temper may be the first step in helping him control his.

Stick to the plan. As much as possible, respond to aggressive acts the same way every time. The more predictable you are , the sooner you'll set up a pattern that your child comes to recognize and expect. Even if he does something to mortify you in public, stick to the game plan.
Show and tell. After you've pulled your child aside, wait until he settles down a bit and then calmly and gently review what happened. Ask him if he can explain what triggered his outburst. Explain that it's perfectly natural to get angry sometimes, but it's not okay to hit, kick, or bite. Encourage your 2-year-old to find a better way to express how mad he is. Kicking a ball, pounding his fist into a pillow, asking a grown-up for help, or even just telling his playmate that he's steamed (without yelling) are good, age-appropriate responses to anger.

Teach him to apologize. Make sure your child understands that he needs to say he's sorry whenever he lashes out — even if you have to lead him by the hand to the offended party and say it for him. His apologies might seem insincere at first, but the lesson will eventually sink in.

Reward good behavior. Rather than paying attention to your 2-year-old only when he misbehaves, try to catch him being good — if he asks for a turn on the swing instead of pushing another kid out of the way, for instance, or shares a toy instead of jerking it away. Praise him lavishly ("I was so proud when you waited your turn!") and he'll soon realize how powerful politeness can be.

Limit TV time. Innocent-looking cartoons and other so-called children's shows are often rife with shouting, threats, shoving, and hitting. So try to monitor the programs your 2-year-old sees by watching them with him — particularly if he's prone to aggression. If something happens on a show that you don't approve of, talk to your child about it:

Don't be afraid to seek help. Sometimes a child's aggression requires more intervention than a parent can provide. If your 2-year-old seems to behave aggressively more often than not, if he routinely frightens or upsets other children, or if your efforts to curb his behavior aren't working, talk to his pediatrician. Together you can root out the source of the behavior, help your child through it, and decide if a counselor or child psychologist is needed. Remember, your child is still very young. With careful guidance and plenty of patience, that playground pummeling will soon be a thing of the past.

source: babycenter

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Ways to speed Up Morning Activities of School Children

It is really hard for parents to wake up children in the morning for school. It needs a lot of patience and understanding. It should be plan during the night before going to sleep because it might result to a scramble and make your child late for school. But there are some great ideas and tips to speed up your morning routine.
1. Get a timer.
If you have a child who can easily spend fifteen minutes in a shower or take five minutes to put on one sock, try using a timer to get your dawdler on the move. Kids naturally love to make a game out of things. If you challenge him to beat the clock, he’ll be less likely to daydream and become distracted while getting ready.
2. Stick to regular morning routines.
Whether you decide that baths before bed or showers in the morning fit better into your grade-schooler’s schedule or your child prefers to brush her teeth before getting dressed, keep the order of tasks consistent. Sticking to the same morning routine day after day will speed things up because she will be more likely do what she needs to do without any reminders.
3. Check out the weather forecast the night before.
That way, you can make sure the rain boots and coats and umbrellas are ready by the door if the forecast calls for rain or heavy jackets if the temperatures are supposed to drop.
4. Pack up beforehand.
Have your grade-schooler pack up his backpack the night before. Homework, library books -- anything that needs to be taken to school the next day should be in his bag, ready to go. Designate a spot near the door for bags, shoes and jackets.
5. Make lunches ahead of time.
Sandwiches can easily be made the night before. You can also put fruit, string cheese, box of milk or water bottle, or whatever else will be going into the lunch bag together on a shelf in the fridge. That way, you can save precious extra time by not having to look for each item in the morning.
6. Make it a team effort.
If you present the idea of making it out of the door on time as a family project, your grade-schooler is more likely to get enthusiastic about getting on board. On mornings that you make it on time, say, "We are a great team." If you end up late, placing blame on your child and say, "I know we can do better tomorrow."

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The Color Test

Color Psychology - The Psychological Effects of Color While perceptions of color are somewhat subjective, there are some color effects that have universal meaning. Colors in the red area of the color spectrum are known as warm colors and include red, orange, and yellow. These warm colors evoke emotions ranging from feelings of warmth and comfort to feelings of anger and hostility.

Colors on the blue side of the spectrum are known as cool colors and include blue, purple, and green. These colors are often described as calm, but can also call to mind feelings of sadness or indifference.

Color Psychology as Therapy

Several ancient cultures, including the Egyptians and Chinese, practiced chromotherapy, or using colors to heal. Chromotherapy is sometimes referred to as light therapy or colourology and is still used today as a holistic or alternative treatment.

In this treatment:
  • Red was used to stimulate the body and mind and to increase circulation.

  • Yellow was thought to stimulate the nerves and purify the body.

  • Orange was used to heal the lungs and to increase energy levels.

  • Blue was believed to soothe illnesses and treat pain.

  • Indigo shades were thought to alleviate skin problems.
Most psychologists view color therapy with skepticism and point out that the supposed effects of color have been exaggerated. Colors also have different meanings in different cultures. Research has demonstrated in many cases that the mood-altering effects of color may only be temporary. A blue room may initially cause feelings of calm, but the effect will be dissipate after a short period of time.

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