Forgot to Log Out Facebook from Public PC?

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 The main problem by using public networks is to forgot to log Out from your mail ID's or from facebook accounts. This causes misuse of your various accounts from anonymous persons. Now Facebook introduced a way to improve your security from such cases.

It's an easy way to prevent misusing of your Facebook account by others.
1) Log In to Facebook, Go to Account settings.




2) Go to Security Tab


3) Click Edit of Active Sessions

4) You are Almost Done. Now End unwanted Activities. And Click close.

Yeah! You are Done and secure now! :) Keep Rocking! Pass this tip to your friends too via Us.

And thanks for reading.. Feel free to put your questions, suggestions, comments and other tips as comments. Help others too! :)

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Searching on Google ? some tips to improve accuracy of results.

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Searching on Google is easy. Type the 'query' or 'keyword' or even questions on search box and hit enter. Google is ready to show the search results less than 0.5 minutes! But searching by just keywords may not give accurate results or the results may not regards to your wish.

Today, We are discussing about some most widely used search syntax for accurate search. Syntax means, we are providing some operators also with the keyword, and mention that its not a keyword and its an operator for accurate search. for eg. 'inurl' is an operator.' inurl' operator will on search for the url's which the searched keyword is contains. If you are using any operator, you need to separate the keyword from the operator and will not leave space b/w them. for
eg: ' inurl:techiefeeds ' the result will only be the urls/ websites which contains the word techiefeeds at its url.

Now we can scroll through some operators and its usage.

Title Search

Page titles are not page url. If you need to search for a specific topic, you just need to search for its heading. 
Eg:  ' intitle:Google search:Search Engine '
The search result should be the pages with title Google search or with title Search Engine or page with both the keywords are title.

Anchor Search


Anchor search displays the linked urls with a specific keyword. If we are giving name of a person or company, inurl operators helps us to find their mail ID or website. Because websites are giving others mail ID or websites as hyper links.
Eg: ' inanchor:sajith '.

Link Finder

With Google, Its easy to find the websites which links to your website. If abc.com is your web address, you just need to search link:abc.com. Google will find the websites with a link to your website or your to any page of your site.
Eg: ' link:abc.com '


File type Search


File type search is very useful if you are searching for files with specific file type. For example, if you are searching for a ppt (presentation) file about SEO (search engine optimization), you can just use "SEO",filetype.ppt. you can find for any fine such as doc, sls, pdf etc.

Cache View

The cache view operator ( cache: ) is used to view last cached version of a particular site or webpage. It will help you if the webpage is in trouble and you want to visit that site's cached copy. Cached copy may one or two days before updated contents only.
Eg: cache:techiefeeds.blogspot.in


Text Search


Text search is used to search only on the body of web pages. When we are giving keyword along with this operator ( intext: ), Google will not consider url or titles of any webpage and the searching is purely based on the body of the websites.
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What to do if Accidentally clicked on my own Adsense Ad?

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Google Adsense accidentally click
I have used a laptop log back and try to avoid it! because I clicked my own adsense ads twice a day while am  moving courser through by blog using touch pad. As our agreement with Google as a publisher I have dug up their rules.

If you don't Know.

Clicking on your own ads is a violation of Google Adsense terms and conditions. It is also a violation if you coerce friends and families to do the same. Mean while, Google cannot find who the people are but their servers can verify whole clicks received on your ads and smell if there are too many clicks from a relatively small area ( Remember, world is a big place). Google gives importance and value to both Adsense publishers and Advertisers. So, Your Adsense account will disapproved and you/your address should be banned from Google Adsense that means, you cannot create another account. 

Invalid Clicks.

This is is term defined excluding accidental clicks. As Google states :
 Although publishers are not permitted to click on their own ads for any reason, we do understand that accidental clicks may occur. We there for don't require that you contact us every time clicks on your own ad slots. Rest Assured that your account is being properly credited for all clicks and impressions we consider to be valid. 
If you'd like to read the complete document, found it here. Google keeps a record of wheres clicks came and flags if same activity occurs too often.

If found an Unusual Activity on your Adsense Ad.

If you happen to notice that some unusual click activities on your Adsense Ad, you must notify Google (Adsense) immediately. the notification form can be found here. It is currenlty not possible for Google to block IP addresses. But they have an Adsense preview tool if you would like to check out an ad without clicking it. Found it here.

Own Page views.

Google will not seriously care about this. Its clicking on the ad ads they care about. But Adsense only counts normal page views as their Ad impression. Thats why, Techie Feeds allows its authors to post their ads too and views by our other authors and users will be count normal impression as their.
signup on Techie Feeds here as an author.

Surges in traffic

Google is a smart company and it treat its users brilliantly. So they don't need if you expect a surge As previously said they know how and when impressions came from.and are more happy if its look normal.

Thanks for Reading this Post.:) If you have any questions or comments, feel free to let me know!


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