Aug 10, 2010
Billionaire convicts and inmates
Wong Kwong Yu, 41, was once one of China's most celebrated and wealthiest entrepreneurs. He was the nation's richest person in 2006. Now he is behind bars, sentenced last week to 14 years in jail after having been convicted of insider trading and bribery.
Self-Assessment: Are You Born To Be A Billionaire?[+]
In Pictures: Billionaire Convicts And Inmates[+]
In Pictures: Billionaires By Age--Who Got Rich How Young?[+]
Billionaire Playgrounds 2010[+]
Technology's Young Billionaires[+]
2010 marks the return of the young tech billionaire, as surging tech stocks and private valuations put the likes of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Saleforce.com's Marc Benioff back on the Forbes billionaires list..........
Aug 7, 2010
Broken Link Checker
Broken links within a website will hinder your efforts in reaching the top of the search engines. The more times a search engine spider or worse your visitors reach a broken link otherwise known as a 404 error page, you risk losing the spider or visitor.
How does the link checker tool work?
Example link checker report below
This tool is designed to provide a detailed report on the density of keywords and phrases found within a webpage.
Keyword density is the frequency a specific keyword or phrase appears in a block of text, in this case a web page. General rule, the keywords or phrases with the greatest density will perform better within the search engine results.
Keyword density is key to helping search engines identify the theme of a webpage. With the correct balance of keywords your webpage will perform well within the search engine results, to many keywords, thus a high density count; you risk your site being penalized for "keyword spamming" or stuffing.
Keyword Density Tool - AddMe
CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) Malaysia Division launched the new Chartered Management Accounting Qualification 2010 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today. Developed in conjunction with the University of Bath, United Kingdom, the new qualification follows extensive research and contributions from more than 4,500 employers and other stakeholders worldwide.
When it comes to social networks and job-hunting, Twitter trumps Facebook, according to Dan Schawbel, author of Me 2.0, Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success. “Twitter is the best place because it’s public networking,” says Schawbel. Facebook, meanwhile, is just too personal a space to approach someone you don’t know and with whom you share no friends. “I’d never say to send resumes to hiring managers on Facebook…It’s like infringing on people,” he says.