Cleaning Carpets: Call the Professionals

At some point, any home with carpeting is going to need deep cleaning that you can only get from a professional carpet cleaning service austin company. In an ideal world, not only would you get professionals, but you would also find a company that uses non-toxic carpet cleaner. Make sure you find a high-pressure steam carpet cleaning service austin company. Steam cleaning with a non-toxic carpet cleaner austin company is really the best for your carpets, your home, family and the environment.

Carpets and upholstery represent a massive investment in time and money so you would want to protect your investment and extend its life as much as possible. You would think that you vacuum your carpets two or three times a week and that should be enough to keep them clean. A close examination of the carpet would reveal just how much ground in dirt, dust and debris is ground in to the fibers of your carpet. If you have pets, you will find pet hair and dander in there.

The professionals know this and have the tools and equipment to clean your carpets. High pressure steam cleaning with the right chemicals will not only do a surface clean like your vacuum cleaner, but will get down in to the roots of the carpet and amongst the fibers, removing all the trapped particulates before sanitizing with chemical cleaners and steam to kill germs and bacteria.

The professionals also have an arsenal of tricks to get out the stubborn stains (such as spilt wine or mud from the dog) that mock your best efforts. Moreover, those dug in stains tend to have truly unique odor, however faint. When they get the stain out, the professional carpet cleaning Services Company will also get the odor out, leaving you with fresh smelling clean carpets that look brand new.

Yahoo Buzz is Open to Everyone

Yahoo has opened their digg like social site to everyone. Initially, Yahoo Buzz was for only selected publishers. Yahoo did this because it wanted to gauge its success. After 6 months of testing, Yahoo finally opened Buzz to everyone today. Finally, we can have some justice. According to seomoz, top 100 Digg Users Control 56% of Digg’s HomePage Content. Now Yahoo Buzz will turn this tide (hopefully). Also, you don’t have to be worried of getting banned by diggs. Another advantage of Yahoo Buzz is that you story can be pushed to Yahoo’s homepage. That means load of traffic. Yahoo is ranked number 1 on Alexa.

To use Yahoo Buzz, you would have to login with your Yahoo account. If you don’t have an account, you can register. Registration is free, of course. Then you will but these buttons on your post to get it buzzed. You can build a Yahoo Buzz widget on your site.

Yahoo Buzz Plugin

You can get Yahoo Buzz Plugin to put on your theme. (The plugin author doesn’t have a site yet)

To Install Plugin
Download Yahoo Buzz Plugin

Install in the wp buzz.php in  your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.

Then activate the plugin.

Go to Settings on your Admin panel and choose what button you want.

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Google and Yahoo Summer traffic are Up

Nielsen Online, an online research company, released its latest figures showing a slight lift to Google’s audience from June to July. Nielsen Online estimated that 129 million visitors visited Google sites. This is the largest population for a parent company of Web sites in the United States. Yahoo also had visitor increased within the period. Yahoo had 118 million visitors within that time. This is a 4 million visitors, making Yahoo, the third most popular . But in contrast, Microsoft’s audience fell by roughly 700,000 visitors to 122 million from June to July. This made Microsoft the second most popular U.S. group of site. The summer ranking for these sites have reversed. In July 2007, Microsoft was the top parent company on the Web, with about 121 million visitors; and Google followed, with an estimated 117 million visitors.

In amount of time spent on site, Yahoo wins. In July, people spent an average of 3 hours and 31 minutes on Yahoo. That compares to almost 2 hours with Google; 2 hours and 16 minutes on Microsoft’s network; and 3 hours and 28 minutes on Time Warner’s sites, including AOL. The introduction of new products wiki-like Knol by Google would soon change the tide. In July 2007, people spent an average of 1 hour and 34 minutes with Google, compared with almost 2 hours this summer.

Apple made the list of the top 10 most popular companies online in July at the expense of The New York Times, which appeared on the list in the same period a year ago. Thanks to the popularity of the iPhone and other products, an estimated 51 million people spent an average of 1 hour and 12 minutes on Apple’s sites in July.

Source. CNET News

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Apple plans to launch iPhone Nano at Christmas

At this moment, this is reportedly a rumor. But rumor can always develop into reality. Apple likes hyped stories to keep them in them spotlight. The Daily Mail reports that “Apple is about to launch a nano version of the iPhone. It is expected to be in the shops in time for Christmas.” The product will be launched in the UK at up to £150 for pay-as-you-go customers by O2 ,the mobile phone group owned by Spain’s Telefonica (how about the U.S ?). The nano iPhone is rumored to have a touch wheel on the back and display on the front so that numbers would be dialled from behind.

Now try imagining iPhone nano. It would be a smaller version of the new iPhone with the touch wheels of the iPod. I can imagine. Apple just released the iPhone 3G and now thinking of releasing iPhone nano. Apple, please give us a break. I haven’t gotten any iPhone yet and you want to release the third variation of iPhone.

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