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Top 100 Tech Companies In India

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on December 13, 2010

Here follows the complete list of EFY TOP 100 companies. Read the October issue of Electronics For You magazine to know more about the listed companies and also to check how close the competition was. (Turnover in bracket in Rs million)

1) Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (346162)
2) Tata Consultancy Services (189142)
3) Bharti Airtel Limited (185195)
4) Wipro Ltd (150008)
5) Infosys Technologies Limited (131490)
6) Hewlett-Packard India (119170)
7) HCL Infosystems Limited (118554)
8.) Reliance Communications Ltd (117252)
9) LG Electronics India Pvt Ltd (82500)
10) IBM India Pvt Ltd (82450_
11) Videocon Industries Ltd (73842)
12) HCL Technologies Limited (65245)
13) Satyam Computer Services Ltd (64100)
14) Siemens Ltd. (60322)
15) Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd. (52000)
16) Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (49093)
17) Redington (India) Limited (47175)
18) Cognizant Technology Solutions (45840)
19) Idea Cellular Ltd (44129)
20) Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (42540)
21) Bharat Electronics Limited (39526)
22) Tech Mahindra Limited (29367)
23) Philips Electronics India Ltd (26490)
24) Bharti Teletech (24920)
25) Sony India Limited (23000)
26) Moser-Baer India Ltd (20740)
27) i-flex Solutions Ltd (20609)
28) Exide Industries Ltd (18797)
29) ITI Limited (17767)
30) MphasiS Limited (17606)
31) MIRC Electronics Limited (15179)
32) Cambridge Solutions Ltd (15061)
33) Tata Teleservices Maharashtra Limited (TTML) (14218)
34) Larsen & Toubro Infotech Limited (12806)
35) Sterlite Optical Technologies Ltd (11982)
36) GTL Limited (11596)
37) Samtel Color Limited (11484)
38) Teledata Informatics Ltd (10952)
39) Finolex Cables Ltd (10526)
40) Patni Computer Systems Ltd (10476)
41) CMC Limited (9944)
42) Perot Systems Tsi (India) Ltd (9720)
43) Sonata Software Limited (9144)
44) Polaris Software Lab Limited (9043)
45) NIIT Technologies Ltd (8859)
46) Hexaware Technologies Ltd (8763)
47) Acer India Pvt Ltd (8690)
47) Salora International Limited (8690)
49) Tulip IT Services Ltd (8449)
50) Eveready Industries India Ltd (8397)
51) iGate Global Solutions Ltd (8051)
52) Prithvi Information Solutions Limited (7682)
53) Avaya Global Connect Limited (7614)
54) Aricent Technologies (Holdings) Limited (7331)
55) Rolta India Limited (7216)
56) 3i Infotech (6707)
57) Honeywell Automation India Limited (6439)
58) Amara Raja Batteries Ltd (6055)
59) Mindtree Consulting Limited (5977)
60) Birlasoft Ltd (5900)
61) Mascon Global Ltd (5672)
62) Sify Limited (5518)
63) Infotech Enterprises Ltd (5492)
64) Mastek Limited (5072)
65) Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd (4868)
66) Rashi Peripherals Pvt Ltd (4811)
67) Kpit Cummins Infosystems Ltd (4637)
68) Savex Computers Limited (4578)
69) Avnet India (4120)
70) Zylog Systems Ltd (4040)
71) NIIT Ltd (4008)
72) Canon India Pvt Ltd (4000)
73) Geometric Software Solutions Co Ltd (3942)
74) Genus Overseas Electronics Limited (3846)
75) Subex Azure Ltd (3710)
76) WeP Peripherals Limited (3633)
77) Zenith Computers Ltd (3549)
78) D-Link India Ltd (3416)
79) Nippo Batteries Co. Ltd (3392)
80) Aftek Infosys Ltd (3233)
81) Shyam Telecom Limited (3261)
82) Paramount Communications Ltd (3198)
83) ORG Informatics Limited (3145)
84) Persistent Systems Pvt. Ltd (3144)
85) Tata Elxsi Ltd (3083)
86) Northgate Technologies Ltd (3010)
87) Numeric Power Systems Ltd (2942)
88) Zensar Technologies Ltd (2854)
89) Cranes Software International Ltd (2848)
90) Phoenix Lamps Ltd (2800)
91) TVS Electronics Ltd (2771)
92) MIC Electronics Limited (2727)
93) Intex Technologies (India) Ltd (2592)
94) Opto Circuits India Ltd (2552)
95) Aztecsoft Limited (2441)
96) Supertron Electronics Ltd (2152)
97) Delta Energy Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd. (2130)
98) Panasonic Battery India Company Limited (1965)
99) FCI OEN Connectors Limited (1952)
100) Megasoft Ltd (1783)

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Quick Ways to Increase Your Alexa Rank

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on November 10, 2010

1. Install the Alexa toolbar or Firefox’s SearchStatus extension and set your blog as your homepage. This is the most basic step.

 

2. Put up an Alexa rank widget on your website. I did this a few days ago and receive a fair amount of clicks every day. According to some, each click counts as a visit even if the toolbar is not used by the visitor.

3. Encourage others to use the Alexa toolbar. This includes friends, fellow webmasters as well as site visitors/blog readers. Be sure to link to Alexa’s full explanation of their toolbar and tracking system so your readers know what installing the toolbar or extension entails.

4. Work in an Office or own a company? Get the Alexa toolbar or SS Firefox extension installed on all computers and set your website as the homepage for all browsers. Perhaps it will be useful to note that this may work only when dynamic or different IPs are used.

5. Get friends to review and rate your Alexa website profile. Not entirely sure of its impact on rankings but it might help in some way.

6. Write or Blog about Alexa. Webmaster and bloggers love to hear about ways to increase their Alexa rank. They’ll link to you and send you targeted traffic (i.e. visitors with the toolbar already installed). This gradually has effects on your Alexa ranking.

7. Flaunt your URL in webmaster forums. Webmasters usually have the toolbar installed. You’ll get webmasters to visit your website and offer useful feedback. It’s also a good way to give back to the community if you have useful articles to share with others.

8. Write content that is related to webmasters. This can fall in the category of domaining and SEO, two fields in which most webmasters will have the Alexa toolbar installed. Promote your content on social networking websites and webmaster forums.

9. Use Alexa redirects on your website URL. Try this: http://redirect.alexa.com/redirect?www.doshdosh.com . Replace doshdosh.com with the URL for your website. Leave this redirected URL in blog comments as well as forum signatures. This redirect will count a unique IP address once a day so clicking it multiple times won’t help. There is no official proof that redirects positively benefit your Alexa Rank, so use with caution.

10. Post in Asian social networking websites or forums. Some webmasters have suggested that East Asian web users are big Alexa toolbar fans, judging by the presence of several Asia-based websites in the Alexa Top 500. I suggest trying this only if you have the time or capacity to do so.

11. Create a webmaster tools section on your website. This is a magnet for webmasters who will often revisit your website to gain access to the tools. Aaron Wall’s webpage on SEOTools is a very good example.

12. Get Dugg or Stumbled. This usually brings massive numbers of visitors to your website and the sheer amount will have a positive impact on your Alexa Rank. Naturally, you’ll need to develop link worthy material.

13. Use PayperClick Campaigns. Buying advertisements on search engines such as Google or Exact Seek will help bring in Traffic. Doubly useful when your ad is highly relevant to webmasters.

14. Create an Alexa category on your blog and use it to include any articles or news about Alexa. This acts as an easily accessible resource for webmasters or casual search visitors while helping you rank in the search engines.

15. Optimize your popular posts. Got a popular post that consistently receives traffic from the search engines? Include a widget/graph at the bottom of the post, link to your Alexa post or use Alexa redirection on your internal URLs.

16. Buy banners and links for traffic from webmaster forums and websites. A prominent and well displayed ad will drive lots of webmaster traffic to your website, which can significantly boost your rank.

17. Hire forum posters to pimp your website. Either buy signatures in webmaster forums or promote specific articles or material in your website on a regular basis. You can easily find posters for hire in Digital Point and other webmaster forums.

18. Pay Cybercafe owners to install the Alexa toolbar and set your website as the homepage for all their computers. This might be difficult to arrange and isn’t really a viable solution for most. I’m keeping this one in because some have suggested that it does work.

19. Use MySpace . This is a little shady so I don’t recommended it unless you’re really interested in artificially inflating your Alexa Rank. Use visually attractive pictures or banners and link them to your redirected Alexa URL. This will be most effective if your website has content that is actually relevant to the MySpace Crowd.

20. Try Alexa auto-surfs. Do they work? Maybe for brand new sites. I think they are mostly suitable for new websites with a very poor Alexa rank. Note that there be problems when you try to use auto surfs alongside contextual ads like Adsense. They aren’t also long term solutions to improving your Alexa Rank so I suggest using with caution.

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Google Optimization

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on November 7, 2010

10 tips / tips to consider optimizing your site before sending it to Google. Following these tips can get Google to record better your website.

1. If your website has the Welcome screen,
make sure you have a text link that allows visitors access the site. It is common to see many sites with a welcome screen very striking and full of effects thrown into Flash but no other way to access the site. It is advisable to have a text link that gives access to the site “traditionally” because Google can not read Flash pages and therefore can not access the rest of the site.

2. Sure not to have broken links.
Sounds pretty obvious. But it’s impressive the number of errors experienced by the Google engine daily due to broken links. So we would have to check all internal links on our site.

3. Check the labels TITLE
The title of the pages is very important to Google, so you should check that the TITLE tag is relevant to the content of the page in question. This does not mean you have to put a title of more than 20 words, but rather in keeping with the content and easy to read by search engines and surfers.

4. Check the META tags
Rumors that Google is not interested in the META tags are not entirely certain. Google uses these tags to describe a website when there is too much code to read. So enter some valid as META tags KEYWORDS and DESCRIPTION for keywords and site description respectively.

5. Check ALT tags
ALT tags should be the least likely used by webmasters. We add these tags to describe images for them. They are not a factor, but a plus for Google.

6. Check your frames (frames)
A frame is a frame or separate box in which we can load a web page. If you use frames that Google can not index us 100%. I personally recommend not using frames, but if you decide to use them read this article.

7. Have you got dynamic pages?
It is known that the web evolved greatly in recent years, and that more and more pages based on dynamic scripting languages (PHP, ASP, etc.).. But it seems that Google is limiting the amount of dynamic pages it indexes, so we could include some static pages … when the momentum is not necessary.

8. Regularly update
This is a very important aspect that you should consider, as quickly Google indexes more pages that are updated with some regularity. Podes note that the number of pages indexed by the search engine is increased if you update daily, but may stagnate or decrease if not provide new content. I recommend you put a META option in the header to tell Google how often you should return to reindex.

9. Robots.txt
This file can be very helpful if we use it correctly. With robots.txt you can filter search engines recorded our website and to restrict access to certain URL’s that do not want to be indexed (login page, file folders, etc.).

10. “Cahe Cache or not?
Google maintains a cache of some pages to have a faster access to them. Some webmasters prefer not to be cached, or Google cachee our pages all we have to do is place the following META tag between the heads:

* META NAME = “ROBOTS” CONTENT = “NOARCHIVE”
* With that prevent robots from caching and archiving our pages.

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Map Of Punjab

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on September 5, 2010

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Map Of Patiala City

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on September 4, 2010

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World Map

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on September 3, 2010

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Crazy Text Generator

Posted by Sandeep Kumar on May 16, 2010

With the help of Crazy Text Generator we can show a sentence in many different looks.

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This Crazy Text Generator is available on the website given below.
Click on the link to try it……

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