Thursday, December 8, 2011

Trouble Accessing GTalk after 2 Step Verification

Hi All,

Recently lots of Gmail accounts hacked and to prevent hacking Google offer 2 steps verification. Many of Gmail users followed verification process but after that Gtalk is not working. After 2 steps verification code if you try to singin to Gtalk account it will show Wrong Password error.

Here is the solution of Gtalk Wrong Password Error:

1. Go to account setting: Go to Edit link of 2 Step Verification if you wish to change verification method or backup verification code.

2. To use other apps again go to Account Setting and then click on edit button for Authorising applications & sites. Once you click on the Edit link you will see a Tab

"Step 1 of 2: Generate new application-specific password". Here enter Gtalk and you will receive Password that you need to use in your Gtalk account and it will work as before.

I hope this information help you to access your Gtalk account as before.

Bhavesh Goswami.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Skype is now Product of Microsoft

Hello Friends,

Today Skype officials announced that the deal between Microsoft and Skype has been closed and skype is now a division of Microsoft. Click below link to read full official article

Tony Bates Weighs in on Microsoft's Acquisition of Skype

Bhavesh Goswami.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Get your page cached with Google Fetch as Googlebot

Today Google announced : If you wish to get your page cached and index quickly then this feature is now available in Google Webmaster Tool. To get your page cached quickly go to Webmaster Tool and then go to Fetch as Googlebot which now provides a way to submit a new or updated URL to Google for indexing. If anyone submit a URL like this then the page will be cached instantly usually within a day. Google also clarify that “we don’t give guarantee about URL submitted this way will be indexed”. This will not effect Google regular caching and indexing process.

This will definitely help website owner or webmaster who recently updated their page or added new valuable pages to their website. Now without waiting you can invite Googlebot to crawl a new or updated page.

How to submit your URL:
Login to your webmaster account >> Then go to Diagnostic >> Fetch as Googlebot to fetch the URL you want to submit. After submitting URL you will see a new link to submit page for indexing. Once you submit URL it will drive you to dialog box that allow you to choose whether you want to submit only submitted URL or URL and all linked pages.

Limit: You can submit 50 URLs in a week and when submitted with all linked pages then the limit is 10 URLs per month.

Submit URL without Webmaster Tool:

You can directly submit URL for inclusion without verifying owner ship of domain. Go to Crawl URL Form and submit web pages to get cached and indexed quickly. Keep in mind still the same limit applies for verified users.

So, now don’t wait long for Google to come and cache your page. Now you can tell Google to cache and index your page.

Post your comment if you have any question.

Bhavesh Goswami,
SEO Expert.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Google Made URL Removal Request Easy

This is really a helpful for webmaster and website owner to remove unwanted web pages or accidentally make private web pages live which is now cached by search engines. If you have verified your ownership of website in Google Webmaster Tool and want to remove unwanted URL then now you don’t need to block such pages before requesting URL removal.

Removal Request Persist for 90 Days Period

When a URL submitted for removal in Google Webmaster Tool, Google consider it as a temporary removal request and continue crawling for 90 days period. In this 90 days period Google will crawl pages but not display in their search results. At any time during this 90 days period you can cancel removal request. After 90 days the pages submitted for removal can reappear in search results. So, this is helpful if by mistake you have uploaded some personal data that you don’t want Google to crawl.

Permanent Removal Request

If you wish to remove your website content permanently from Google search results then you must block your webpage using following blocking parameters:
1. Make sure that the page no longer exists by returning 404 or 410 HTTP Status code.
2. Block such page using robots.txt file.
3. Add no-index meta tags in page you want to remove.

Google interpret this as a permanent removal request and remove page permanently from their search engine till any of the following blocking parameters present on the page. If you in future you remove blocking parameter Google may crawl the page again and start popping up in their search result.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Free Calls to US & Canada through GMail

Hello My Friends,

In year 2010 Google launched Voice Call at free of cost to call your relatives or friends who are living in US & Canada at no cost.

Just login to you Gmail account and under your Chat Box you will see an Icon for Voice Call. Before you start using you need to download software.

Great work Google. Keep it up.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Verify Google Analytics through Google Webmaster Tool

Now its easy to verify your Google analytics account using Google webmaster tool. If you are using same email accounts to access analytics and webmaster tool then from now you don’t need separate verification, you can now verify Google Analytics accounts using your webmaster tool.

Not only you can access your Google Analytics profile but you can also access some important analytics features through your webmaster tool.

Which features you can access in Webmaster Tool:

1. View Google Analytics referring pages report. To view this repot you need to
login to webmaster tool and then go to Links to your site page.
2. Also you can now easily access Analytics account directly from the top left bar
when you are viewing site related pages.

How to verify Google Analytics through Google Webmaster Tool

1. Login to Webmaster Tool.
2. Click on Manage next to the site you want to verify for Analytics.
3. Then click on Google Analytics Profiles.
4. Select the profile you want to associate with the site.
5. Click on Save to start viewing Google Analytics for your site.

Bhavesh Goswami.