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Tuesday, 30 December 2008

Tips Aroel Tsm

Ternyata benar, Google memang fair dalam indeksnya. Kemarin saya posting kata aroel sebanyak 100 (meski tidak 100 kata) ternyata index saya di google berubah menjadi urutan yang ke 12. Coba bayangkan jika kita posting dengan kata yang sama sebanyak mungkin. Tidak menutup kemungkinan posting kita akan terindex di urutan pertama di web search terbesar paman Google ini.

Jika kita memperhatikan, maka dapat di tarik kesimpulan penggunaan kata-kata yang unik dengan posting yang konstan akan memungkinkan blog/web kita menjadi no.1. Tidak menjadi mustahil bukan.

Selamat mencoba,..!!!
Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 5:08 pm


Setiap saya search kata aroel selalu berada di urutan yang paling bawah,. kenapa ya,,???

coba saya ketikan kata aroel sebanyak 100.
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sudah ah,.. sebuah keputus asaan untuk terindeks sebagai urutan pertama saat "mengetikan kata aroel di google".

kunci lain untuk mudah terindeks di google adalah pemilihan SEO (Searh Engine Optimiser) yang Baik yaitu :
  1. Pencarian kata/frasa yang tepat.
  2. Jangan lelah menulis sesuatu.
  3. Buatlah berbeda dengan yang ada.
  4. Post kan sesuatu yang banyak dibutuhkan.
Silahkan di coba....

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 3:04 am

Indonesia Power Membuka Lowongan Kembali

Mulai tanggal 30 Desember 2008 ini, Perusahaan jasa kelistrikan terbesar setelah PLN (Persero) bahkan hampir lebih besar dari PLN (Persero) membuka kesempatan untuk anda berpendidikan D-3 dalam bidang :
  1. D3 Teknik Mesin / Konversi Energi / Metalurgi/material / Teknik Perawatan Mesin

  2. D3 Teknik Elektro (arus kuat) / Teknik Elektro Sistem Tenaga / Teknik Energi

  3. D3 Kimia Terapan/ Analis Kimia

  4. D3 Manajemen Keuangan/ Akuntansi/ Perpajakan

  5. D3 Administrasi Bisnis/ Administrasi Niaga/ Ilmu Komunikasi/ Humas / Manajemen Perkantoran/Personalia/SDM/ Kesekretarisan

  6. D3 Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat – K3

Sihahkan anda kunjungi situs Ind
onesia Power untuk lebih lengkapnya atau klik disini

Adapun urutan seleksi adalah :
  1. Tahap I Seleksi Administrasi
  2. Tahap II Seleksi Kemampuan Umum
  3. Tahap III Seleksi Kepribadian
  4. Tahap IV Seleksi Kemampuan Teknis
  5. Tahap V Seleksi Kesehatan
Paling lambat 12 Januari 2009 (Cap Pos).

Daftar ??? klik disini

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 2:27 am

Wednesday, 24 December 2008

SAP Tips dan Trik

Duh sudah lama nggak posting, jadi saya putuskan untuk menambah satu judul yaitu TIPS dan TRIK SAP, bukan hanya modul-modul saja (PM,MM,PP,SD,FICO, dan ABAP). Saya juga akan postingmengenai TIPS dan TRIK transasksi di SAP.

Misalnya :
  1. Membuka Layar baru tanpa menutup layar yang ada, uyaitu dengan mengetikan /O + transaksi code di SAP. Misalnya : layar kita adalah IW33 (display MO), kita ingin menambah halaman IW32 (change MO), maka aan tampil halaman baru dengan menu IW32 (change MO).
  2. Menimpa halaman yang ada dengan halaman baru, yaitu dengan mengetikan /n + Transaksi code di SAP. Misalnya /nIW33, maka halaman yang ada akan terganti dengan halaman dari IW33 (display MO).
  3. dll

Tunggu postingan berikutnya yaitu TIPS dan TRIK SAP.
kunjungi juga : SAP Tips (sofware free)
Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 3:07 am

Saturday, 13 December 2008

Promoting Your Blog For Increase

By Biz Stone

In chess, promotion occurs when a pawn reaches the eighth square. At that point, your opponent is challenged because this simple pawn takes on all the powers of a Queen, the deadliest piece on the board. Of course, the pawn may be promoted to bishop, rook, or any other piece but why? This only clues the other player in to your secret plans. That being said, however, promotions to knight can often be strategically useful depending on the situation.

What the beelzebub am I talking about? Let's not get too lost in metaphor. Suffice to say, the circuitous game of promoting one's blog in the blogosphere (without the proper armament) can often seem as difficult and unrewarding as a day-long chess match that ends in a draw. If you play your game right, however, that pawn can hit the big time. Ideally, the simple act of blogging in and of itself would attract enough traffic to please the author but there are cases in which more is better. Whether you are participating in AdSense for Bloggers and would like to see a spike in your profits, or you just want more comments on your posts, increasing hit-count is beneficial.

Toward that end, I spent my Labour Day snooping around the blogosphere. While I should have been eating potato salad and lounging by someone's pool, I was slaving over my laptop pulling together a bevy of accepted methods for growing the readership base of your blog. I hope you will find them useful. In practice, the procedures fall into three basic categories involving settings, techniques, and actual marketing tricks. Some are very obvious and others, more subtle. It appears that many bloggers have found success with these solutions. I have tried a few and found that they do in fact increase traffic.

Blogger Application Settings

Blogger itself has an array of settings, many of which work to your advantage in this endeavor. This first grouping is quite simple and just requires that you sign in to your Blogger account and flip a few switches.

Set your blog to ping is a blog update notification service that many individuals and services use to track blog changes. When this setting is activated, Blogger will notify that you have updated your blog. That means your blog will be included in various "recently updated" lists on the web as well as other blog-related services.

Activate Your Navbar. I did this and watched my traffic go up on the very first day (and continue to climb). The Blogger Navbar replaced mandatory ads a few weeks ago. One of the features on the Navbar is a button called NextBlogclick it to visit the next Navbar-enabled blog. It turns out this couch-potato like way of flipping through blogs is very appealing. As a result, the next blog button gets a lot of attention. So turn your Navbar on and catch some of that wave.

Install Email This Post. News sites like The New York Times Online have had a feature like this for years, it allows people to simply forward an article to a friend via email. If you use Email This Post on your blog, people will be able to forward your posts to friends. This may not have an immediate impact on your site stats but it enables others to publicize your blog for you. That is good stuff.

Turn on Post Pages. If you are still only archiving by day, week, or month you are living in the past man. You have got to make sure you are publishing every post as its very own web page with Post Pages. That makes your entries way more link-able and more attractive to search engines. Links to your blog means traffic to your blog. This is an easy setting in Blogger.

Turn on your site feed. When people subscribe to your site feed in their newsreaders, it means they are definitely going to read your post. The folks who subscribe to site feeds are the type of people Malcolm Gladwell calls "mavens" in his book, The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Long story short: these people will help you get more traffic so turn on your site feed.

Add your blog to Blogger's listings. This is a really obvious one but at some point during the blog creation process there is a chance many of you initially thought "Oh, I am not sure I want to be public just yet. I will mark that as 'no.'" Go back in there and mark it "yes." When you add your blog to our listings then it shows up in Nextblog, Recently Updated, and other places. It is like opting-in to traffic. Do it.

Blogging Technique Suggestions

This part of the traffic-grabbing techniques is a little more persnickety and not as readily activated. The basic gist of this section of methods is "If you build it well they will come." You will need to incorporate the other aspects of self-promotion, but it is true that writing a great blog goes a long way towards repeat visitors and word of mouth blog.

Write quality content and do it well. Jen Garrett demands that you use proper punctuation, capitalise letters when appropriate, and do not overuse the ellipsis. She is being a bit of a grammar bitch, but she has a point. If your "style" is bad writing, worse grammar, no punctuation, and an ugly design, that might be okay for a niche crowd. But the idea here is to get a big crowd so fix yourself up a bit, pull it together man, have some respect for your readers, and discover a style that shines brightly through good blogging.

Publish regular updates. Danah Boyd once told me that she intentionally wanted to lower the traffic to her blog and she found the easiest way to do it was to stop posting so frequently. (Danah is an odd one, that is why we love her.) The reverse of her experiment is also true: the more you blog, the more traffic you will get. You have got to think about it like watering a plant; do it every day and the plant will grow. Hopefully your blog is not like the plant in The Little Shop of Horrors. That would be bad.

Think of your audience. A good way to build an audience is to cultivate one. When you keep your audience in mind, you are focusing your writing. This helps you develop a stronger voice and is instrumental in creating the brand that is you as put forth through your blog. Again, this is more of an overarching, long-term technique for building traffic and will not have immediate results. Nevertheless, focus goes a long way toward repeat visitors.

Keep search engines in mind. Note that sometimes your "audience" is whoever stumbles into your site from a web search. Search is a great way to bring in new visitors and there are a few things you can do to make your blog more search engine friendly. Use post titles and blog page title tags along with your post page archiving. This will automatically give each of your post pages an intelligent name based on the title of your post. Also, try to be descriptive when you blog. A well crafted post about something very specific can end up very near the top results of a search. For example, a Google search for "Book Cover Design" features this blog post by the illustrious Jason Kottke complete with reader comments.

Keep your posts and paragraphs short. Note the brevity of the aforementioned Kottke post. People will come back daily to read your fresh new work but spare them the one thousand word diatribes. Strive for succinct posts that pump pertinent new information into the blogosphere and move on. Keep it short and sweet so visitors can pop in, read up, and click on. Think of you blog as a cumulative effect. This does not mean you should never practice some long form writing now and then; it is just something to keep in mind.

Marketing Action Items

The third and final group of promotional techniques are simple actions you can take to publicise your blog. This category is theoretically unlimited. You could build your own blimp and spell out your blogspot subdomain in twinkly holiday lights across the side, that sort of thing. Instead, I have limited these suggestions to more obvious, grounded tactics. (If you do got the blimp route, please: use helium, not hydrogen.)

Put your blog URL in your email signature. Whenever I see a blog url in an email signature, I always click on it to see who I am dealing with. Especially if it is someone I have never met. Email gets forwarded all the time so even if you only send out five notes a day to friends, the potential number of people clicking over to your blog is in the thousands. (That is of course completely theoretical, but you get my drift; it is worth it.) I cannot give you specific instructions on how to edit your email client's signature because I do not know which one you use, but poke around. It is somewhere in the settings.

Sumbit your address to blog search sites and directories. People look for blog content at Technorati every day, are you on their list? You should be. Submit your blog's url to Technorati, Daypop, Blogdex, Popdex, and any other site of that ilk you come across. With the exception of Technorati, many of these sites are hobby or graduate student projects but they continue to gain visitors looking for interesting blogs to read, bookmark, and revisit. Not all of them have the power to crawl ever blog in existence so you can help them help you by dropping your url in the appropriate field.

Participate in meme games. A meme is an idea transmitted from person to person like a virus. If the flu was a blog, it would get crazy traffic. With all the sickness and disease analogies, blog induced memes are actually fun and can win you some extra traffic. How do they work? Basically a blogger will propose an idea like "Hey, let's post the first sentence of our favourite book!" and it will catch on like crazy with people linking to each other's submissions obsessively until the game dies down. A favourite meme for years was the Friday Five, if you are looking for something new, try The Daily Meme.

Advertise. If keyword advertising were affordable enough, I would say go for it. For now, free is a good way to go. BlogSnob is a network of free, text-based blog advertisers that you can join right now. Host ads, place ads, it is all traffic. BlogSnob ads blend right into your site and are fully customisable. Bloggers who join the network can place free ads, while sometime in the near future real advertisers will have to dish out to get noticed. It pays to be a blogger.

Link to other blogs. This is a great way to get traffic. Here is what happens when you link to another blogger: she sees you in her referral logs, checks out your blog, and then very likely links back to you or at the very least makes a mental note to do so. Links are the currency of the blogosphere and it takes money to make money so start linking. Don't be shy folks; it is not actually cash. Not yet anyway: who knows what bloggers will come up with.

Install a blogroll. This is similar to linking. Well actually, it is the same but different. Blog posts eventually drop off the front page and get archived. A blogroll is more of personal statement: these are the bloggers I like. Or, this is the crowd I'd like to be associated with. It's a very simple yet effective social networking scheme and it has the same result as a simple link if not stronger: traffic! So if you don't have one yet, sign up for a blogroll and get that link-list going.

Be an active commenter. Try to leave comments on the blogs you read every day. This is in the same vein as linking. Leaving a comment on someone's post can make their day. Nothing beats getting those email notifications that whisper tacitly out at you from the screen, "You're thoughts have struck me dead in my tracks. I simply must acknowledge you and your greatness." (Or something to that effect.) Most comment systems also provide a way for you to leave a link back to your blog which begs a visit at the very least. So if you feel inspired, leave a comment or two in your blog travels. It behooves you.

Pitch your posts via email to other bloggers. This is a touchy technique and should be approached with caution. Blogger Eugene Volokh has published a short treatise on how best to pitch one's blog via email and it's filled with great tips and advice. Assuming your blog is actually worth pitching (of course it is), here are some tips from Volokh.

  1. Pitch the post, not the blog.
  2. Include the full text and your URL.
  3. Submit only your best posts.
  4. Don't only pitch to high traffic blogs.

Print your blog URL on cards, stickers, etc. Basically, if you plan to have anything printed up, put your blog on it. These days, more and more business cards have blog addresses listed on them along with email and phone number. I wouldn't be surprised if I started seeing bumper stickers with blogspot addresses on them soon. There's a lot of traffic on the 101, that bumper in front of me is prime advertising real estate.

Speaking of the 101, maybe you've spotted the giant orange SUV with the license plate that says BLOGGER while driving south towards San Jose? No, that's not Evan Williams as you would suspect. It is, however, a nice piece of creative publicity. If there's one thing we've learned from my Labour Day investigation of blog promotion it's this: Don't be that guy with the BLOGGER license plate but think like him. That's the kind of take-charge technique you should open your game with. That's how you can turn your pawn into royalty.

Biz Stone works at Google on Blogger and writes books about blogging.

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Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 12:35 am

Memory Mitsubishi Lancer

Mitsubishi Lancer

The Mitsubishi Lancer is a compact automobile built by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation. It has been sold in various countries as the Colt Lancer, Dodge/Plymouth Colt, Chrysler Valiant Lancer, Chrysler Lancer, Eagle Summit, Hindustan Lancer, Mitsubishi Carisma, and Mitsubishi Mirage, and formed the basis of numerous Proton models in Malaysia.


The Lancer (LA series in Australia, where it was called the Chrysler Valiant Lancer initially) was first launched in 1973 and proved to be particularly successful in rallies, a claim that it retains today. At the time of its launch, Mitsubishi had its keicar, the Minica, and the mid-size Galant, so it made sense to have a compact to fill the gap in the growing Japanese concern. Twelve models were launched, ranging from a 1200 cm³ basic sedan to the powerful 1600 GSR model.


In 1975, the Lancer was complemented by an attractive hatchback coupé called the Mitsubishi Lancer Celeste (plain Mitsubishi Celeste or Colt Celeste in some markets; it was the Chrysler Lancer Coupé in Australia and the Plymouth Arrow in the United States), and sold with 1400 and 1600 cm³ options. The exterior design was reminiscent of the Renault 17. (It was not renewed within the Lancer range, its role taken over in 1982 by the Mitsubishi Cordia coupé.)

Facelift and exports

A facelifted Lancer followed soon after, called the LB series in Australia (and without the Valiant tag). It was this series that emerged in the United States as the Dodge Colt for the 1977 model year, taking over from a badge-engineered Mitsubishi Galant from the previous year. It was offered for one more model year before the Dodge Colt name was transferred to the front wheel drive Mitsubishi Mirage.


In 1979, the new Lancer EX (the EX tag was not used for all export markets) débuted. The EX series included, from 1980, a turbocharged 1800 cm³ model. Stylistically, the boxy, angular look replaced the "coke bottle" of the LAs and LBs.

Lancer Fiore

In 1982, a confusing new model was launched called the Lancer Fiore, based on the Mitsubishi Mirage. The Fiore was often sold as a Lancer in international markets, but also the Mirage Sedan and, with the five-door hatchback model, remained in production for a good part of the 1980s. In Australia, it would eventually be sold as the Mitsubishi Colt Sedan. Thus, Mitsubishi had two similarly sized models competing in the same market segment.


The following year, both Mirage and Lancer lines were renewed. The Mirage four-door and Lancer sedan became the same car. Fuel injected and turbocharged models were an integral part of this range. A station wagon was added in 1985, and it spawned a raised, four wheel drive version. Often, the Mirage (or Colt) would be the name used on the three-door hatchback, and the Lancer name used on the remainder. This model formed the basis of the original Proton sedan, Malaysia's first car.


In 1987, a more aerodynamic-looking Lancer was launched, following the shape of the successful Galant. A five-door hatchback was added to the range. The Mirage and Lancer nomenclature continued. The station wagon continued on the old platform and shape, as did, in some markets, a five-door version of the Mirage. In Australia, all models were sold as the Mitsubishi Lancer. By that time, the Lancer name was shared with the Dodge Lancer sold in North America.


It was only in 1992 that there was greater differentiation between the Mirage and Lancer. Although both were on the same platform, the Mirage four-door received different sheetmetal from the Lancer sedan. The Mirage variant was sold in North America under the Eagle Summit name. Minivan models, such as the Mitsubishi Space Runner and Mitsubishi Chariot, were mechanically related. In 1993, the Lancer wagon, named the Libero in Japan, was launched. A V6 variant was also introduced, with only 1.6L, making it the smallest production V6 ever. The hi-performance, sporty, and turbocharged GSR version formed the basis of the popular Lancer Evolution (or 'Evo') from September 1993, using the drivetrain of the successful Galant VR-4 rally car, which is 4WD.

The Mirage Asti Coupé in Japan was offered as the Lancer Coupé in many export markets.


In 1995, the Lancer was renewed for its seventh generation, building on the earlier model's format. Apart from the Evo models' continuation, it did not depart from the established Lancer formula. A sedan and wagon (Libero in Japan) were offered, with a related Mirage model. The coupé continued as the Mirage Asti in Japan, Lancer Coupé elsewhere.


The year 2000 saw the release of the eighth-generation Lancer Cedia, though in some markets the seventh generation Lancer continued (becoming increasingly uncompetitive), built at Mitsubishi's Thai plant. The new model was available in sedan and station wagon forms. The Mirage, apart from the export models, became a different car in Japan that was unrelated to the Lancer. In Europe, the Lancer was not offered in some countries, being too close to the size of the Dutch-built Carisma, so the Evo VII model sold there bore the Carisma name.

For North America, facelifts for the Lancer Cedia (known simply as Lancer in the US) occurred in the 2004, 2005, and 2006 model years. In 2004, the front facia was changed and brought it into line with the Mitsubishi corporate look. In 2005, the grille was changed to include more fins to reflect a closer similarity to the North American Galant. For 2006, the facia was changed again from a bridged facia to one with an open vent after Mitsubishi received complaints from current owners regarding its similarity in appearance to General Motors Division Pontiac's corporate look, and to bring the appearance closer to its bigger brother, the Evolution. As of 2006, the Mitsubishi Lancer wagon is now exclusively sold in Canada.

Thai production was switched to the new model, and in all markets but India, the seventh-generation model was finally laid to rest, four years after the Cedia's introduction. India will receive a new Lancer in 2006.

North America received two additional models to the Lancer line in 2004. The Lancer Cedia station wagon was introduced as the Lancer Sportback, and the Lancer Ralliart, a high level equipment package for the sedan that allowed the car was also introduced. Both of these cars came equipped with Mitsubishi's 4G69 engine (rated at 160HP/162FT-LB for the Sportback, and 162HP/162FT-LB for the Ralliart), included a new, stiffer suspension package that improved handling and lowered the cars stance by 1 centimeter, 16" alloy wheels, front bucket seats borrowed from Japan's Mitsubishi Evolution GT-A, Fog Lamps, and a new aerodynamic ground package. The Ralliart also came equipped with a cosmetic rear deck spoiler, and clear rear tail lights. The Sportback was equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission, with no option for a manual transmission, while the Ralliart came with a 5-speed manual transmission with an option for the 4-speed automatic. Due to Mitsubishi's deteriorating financial situation and slow sales, the Lancer Sportback wagon was cancelled one year after its release.

In some European markets, the Lancer began to take the place of the Carisma in 2004.

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 12:25 am

The History of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolu-tion

Every EVO Ever!
By Jason Kavanagh

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 12:19 am

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

How can I make my blog load faster?

The speed at which your blog loads is critical to attracting more readers to your blog. If your blog takes a long time to load, many readers may leave your blog before they have the chance to read it. Here are a few tips and tricks that will help your blog load faster and attract more users:


Your blog's load time can be affected by the number of posts you display on your main page. You can easily edit the number of posts displayed of the main page from the Settings | Formatting tab. You can then select the number of posts you want to display on the main page. We recommend displaying 10 or fewer posts on the main page.

Third Party JavaScript and Links

For optimal blog load speed, we recommend using Google/Blogger widgets, JavaScipt and links. However, if you need to use third party JavaScipt and links, your blog will load much faster if you put all JavaScript at the bottom of your blog. If you have third party JavaScript and links in your sidebar, put them in at the bottom of the sidebar.

Images and Media

The more images, videos and other multi-media you have on your blog the longer it will take to load. However, images and other multimedia are important to attracting users to your blog, so it is important to optimize the load speed of your images and media. Here are a few tips to increase the load speed of your media:

  • Decrease the size of your images or use thumbnails that link to the full-size image.
  • If you use third party images, consider uploading them to Picasa Web Albums via the Blogger post editor.
  • If you have a large number of images to display, you can upload all your images (from a vacation or event) to a Picasa Web Album and link to the album in your post or sidebar.

Other suggestions

  • If you've added any custom CSS to your blog, make sure you put it at the top of the page.
  • The most important content of your blog that catches readers attention should load the quickest. To help you identify which items are taking the longest to load you can use Stopwatch. To use Stopwatch, enter your blog's URL into the text box and click "Start StopWatch". Stopwatch will then open your blog in a frame and will record the time it takes for everything on your blog to load, including images, videos, widgets, etc. Take note of the items that take the longest to load and modify them appropriately using our suggestions.

Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 3:00 am

What is Google Sitemap?

What is Google Sitemap? is a free and quick way to get a Google Sitemaps of your website, message boards and web logs that can cover unlinked or dynamically generated pages which cannot be covered with the spider generated sitemaps. The google sitemap of your web pages improves your coverage once you submit it to Google. When the google sitemap is accepted, Google will index your pages quicker. Use on your own website to get your google sitemap.
Firstly, paste the tracking image into the html files of your site. Secondly, surf through your site or wait till your normal traffic has covered all the pages. The last step is to complete the form to generate the google sitemap. Our system records all the files on your website that call the tracking image and includes them in the google sitemap.

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Posted by: aroeltsm, Updated at: 2:56 am

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