On Alexa Traffic Rank and Google PageRank

Because I want to be considered a full-fledged blogger, I am now thinking of conquering the Alexa Traffic Rank and the Google PageRank -- these are two methods of evaluating a website's importance in the online world. Currently, my Alexa Traffic Rank is 2,443,794. About a month ago, it was approximately 5,330,000. Less traffic rank means better performance of the site; hence, my goal now is to reduce this figure to 1 million and possibly to a 6-digit figure. How will I do it? There's a simple trick that other bloggers are doing. I might as well implement it here; hence, beginning today, I will place the Alexa Widget on my sidebar.

Meanwhile, this site's (http://warayblogger.blogspot.com) Google PageRank is 0/10. Considering that this is only the third month that I am writing for this site, a "0" is much better than an N/A. Getting a "0" PageRank simply means my site has been noticed or indexed by Google.

After my Triond profile left the "0" mark on June 27, I saw a glimmer of hope for Online Writing Ideas. Putting content to this site is what I should be working on at this point. A site with less than 20 posts will never be ranked well by Google (and by Alexa). My Triond profile has now a Google PR of 2/10 and an Alexa Traffic Rank of 5,658. With hard work, I'm sure I will also be able to improve this site's ratings.

Baybay City's Dry Market: A Photo Story

In June, three editorial staff members of The Tiller - that's the name of our high school paper - and I attended a Camp Blog at Visayas State University, Baybay City, Leyte. One of the outputs we made was a photo story of Baybay's dry market section.

We were at the pubic market on June 24 from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M. where we took photographs of the area assigned to us. With us and the other participants were the Camp Blog facilitators and Mr. Jimmy Domingo, a photojournalist and our resource person for that activity.

This photo story is a product of long discussions and brainstorming among the group members and Mr. Domingo, but we give the biggest credit to Miguel Albert Taveros, The Tiller's Editor-in-Chief and layout artist for bringing to life our ideas through this output because of his knowledge of Adobe movie-maker.

What Businesses in Baybay City, Leyte Accept Credit Cards?

As of this writing, there are three:
  1. Greenware Customized Systems and PC Accessories. It's a computer store located at Prince Baybay.
  2. Mercury Drug Corporation. It's far from being an ordinary drug store because it has its own grocery section. The store is open until 10:00 P.M. (that's what I like about "Mercury")
  3. Prince Baybay -- is the biggest store in the city. Panny's Bakeshop, which sells cakes and pastries, and Rose Pharmacy have also their own stalls inside the building. Aside from credit cards, Prince Baybay also accepts debit cards.

Greenware, Mercury Drug, and Prince are located at A. Bonifacio St., Baybay City, Leyte.

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