A picture of a Hyderabad police officer smiling down on the four-month-vintage infant boy he rescued from a kidnapping is presently going viral on social media. The heartwarming percent suggests Inspector R Sanjay Kumar of Nampally Police Station with Faizan Khan, a 4-month-old boy who’s grinning ear to ear looking up at him. The picture became tweeted by way of Hyderabad IPS officer Swati Lakra and has been ‘preferred’ over 21,000 instances at the micro-blogging website. It has also been retweeted over five,000 instances considering the fact that being shared on October 7.
Nampally police arrested 2 child kidnappers MD Mushtaq
& MD Yousuf n Traced four months infant boy within 15 hours and passed over to mother and father
Cops nabbed the two suspects with the help of CCTV footage and surpassed the toddler returned to his mom, Humera Begum, 21, reports the Times of India.
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“The boy’s smile and his mom’s tears of joy had been well worth the team’s attempt. The boy turned into crying when he was rescued. He stored crying even after he became passed over to his mom. At that point, I took him in my hands, rocked him gently and he stopped crying. Then he looked at me and gave the widest smile I have ever seen,” Inspector Sanjay Kumar said to the Indian Express.
Here is how netizens reacted to that excellent second captured on digital camera
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Google Panda is in the news due again thanks to the latest Panda algorithm updates. Search engine optimization specialists take note, this isn’t the only Google news as Matt Cutts has recently issued weather reports indicating there may be some strong winds in the air.
On October 5th Matt Cutts informed us of another Penguin update. In the weather report that was released on Twitter, he stated “Penguin data refresh coming today. 0.3% of English queries noticeably affected.” In addition, Google released an EMD Update or exact-match domains change on September 28th.
The “Google Panda Update 20″ took place from September 27th through the first week of October 2012. According to Search Engine Land, Panda 20 affects about 2.4% of English queries. Of course, this does not take into account all the other languages appearing in the queries.
The EMD update is supposed to target lower quality “exact-match” domains in the Serp’s. The chief guru of web-spam at Google, Matt Cutts, stated this would affect.6% of English queries in the U.S.
All of this takes place after Google’s largest announcement of algorithm changes to date on August 10, 2012. This is important news for internet marketers, search engine optimization specialists, affiliate marketers, bloggers and business websites.
Every time Google makes a change in its algorithm it can affect millions of search engine ranking placements. People involved in internet marketing keep track of this because of the traffic that can be gained or lost through the organic placement of search words and phrases.
Anyway, the Google Dance is upon us once again. Other rumors indicate there may be changes to the Google images search index. However, to date, Matt Cutts hasn’t released any weather reports regarding Google Images.
It’s unclear what the fallout in the search engines will be due to Google’s 20th Panda Update. What is obvious is that any attempts to market content for search engine rankings only should be discouraged. Google uses hundreds of signals and will eventually find and wipe out those trying to game the system.
It’s apparent that targeting organic SEO by itself is a very risky proposition. It could be that the Panda, Penguin, and EMD updates are Google’s way of promoting paid advertising by making the search engine rankings over-complicated. The best solution for businesses is to employ a diversified marketing campaign that uses different strategies including writing original content and paid advertising.
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Allow me to clue you in on one of the most helpful tools on the internet. It is my understanding that RSS feed readers are far too underutilized by notaries. My guess is that most notaries don’t realize what they are. Hopefully, after reading this article, you’ll be well on your way to a more educated future in the loan signing industry.
You’ll be happy to know that Google Reader is free. So the only investment required is your time. Feed readers were invented to in order to save you time. If you do things the way I used to, you have a lengthy list of websites you visit on a daily or weekly basis. You probably click on each link to read the latest information. Oftentimes, you visit a page that hasn’t been updated, so there is nothing new to read. Here’s where feed readers come in handy.
With a feed reader, Hyderabad you can see what sites Kidnapped With have been updated before clicking. Not only that, but you can also read entire articles right within your reader. Some, like my own site, only provide a preview of the article. Either way, you will save time by only checking the sites that have been updated and only reading the articles that interest you (if you still have to click through to the site).
There are several feed readers available but I have found Google
Reader to provide the most comprehensive instructions and the best ease of use. I appreciate it’s simple to look. Some of the other readers are more cluttered. But, for whatever it’s worth, you can always check out the other feed readers. Just do a search for “feed readers” and you have plenty to choose from.
Here are some step-by-step instructions to help you stay on top of the latest discussion coming from the best notary forums and blogs:
- Create an account with Google if you do not have one already.
- Once your account has been created you will need to login to Google Reader.
- Read through the 3 pages on “Getting Started With Google Reader.”
- Still confused? Read the “Common Questions About Google Reader.”
- Now you should be ready to begin adding subscriptions.
Here’s my subscription suggestions for mobile notary forums and blogs:
- NotaryNetwork.org (Mobile Notary Network) – This website quickly became the most active notary community. Great resource for both rookies and veterans.
- UnitedNotaries.org (United Notary Association of America) – Great people who genuinely care about you and provide loads of helpful information.
- Activerain.com/groups/nsa (ActiveRain: Notary Signing Agent Group) – A resource that you can become a part of by joining the community. This site is updated several times a day and allows for networking with other industry professionals, such as realtors, loan officers, and mortgage brokers.
- Notarygift.com – Geoff provided a ton of helpful marketing tips, loan document tutorials, and informative interviews. His site is no longer updated but worth checking out for the past content.