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 Adland Digest FREE Edition #601
  Saturday, Jan 26, 2008

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Worldwide Holidays for January 2008

1st January

Founding of Republic of China: Taiwan.

Independence Day: Cameroon, Haiti, Palau, Sudan, Western Samoa.

National Liberation Day: Cuba.

New Years Day: Algeria, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bonaire, Botswana, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Congo, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Luxembourg, Malawi, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Senegal, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sudan, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, Venezuela, Zaire, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

3rd January

Revolution Day: Burkina Faso.

4th January

Independence Day: Burma.

Martyrs of Independence Day: Zaire.

6th January

Army Day: Iraq.

Children's Day: Uruguay.

9th January

Martyr's Day: Panama.

11th January

Republic Day: Albania.

Unification Day: Nepal.

12th January

Revolution Day: Tanzania.

13th January

Liberation Day: Togo.

15th January

Arbor Day: Jordan.

Coming-of-Age Day: Japan.

Lima Foundation Week: Peru.

Tamil Thai Pongal Day: Sri Lanka.

19th January

Martin Luther King Jr.
(1929-1968): United States of America.

20th January

Award Day: Mali.

21st January

Altagracia Day: Dominican Republic.

Army Day: Lesotho.

Errol Barrow Day: Barbados.

22nd January

Discovery Day: Saint Vincent.

26th January

Australia Day: Australia.

Duarte Day: Dominican Republic.

Liberation Day: Uganda.

Republic Day: India.

27th January

Saint Devota's Day: Monaco.

Vietnam Day: Vietnam.

28th January

Democracy Day: Rwanda.

31st January

Independence Day: Nauru.



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Editor's Comments 

The weekend is coming and I hope you have all had a productive week! We have been very busy here as everyone is looking to get back into the groove setting up new campaigns and eager to start making back the money they have spent over the holiday season.

I have promised to add some more new features and one I would like to  implement next week is a "Q & A" as we do get a number of requests regarding technical and promotional issues that at times are common and in some cases unique! Now you can get an answer! I know you are all busy and this is a great way to look over some of the questions you may have had in the past or may have in the future and just don't have the time to ask.

Thank you to all Adland Members who continue to support us and  make the suggestions that help us help you. As always, please let me know if you have any comments or suggestions.   

Sincerely, Barry Scott Digest Editor


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What are Forums and How They Can Add To Your Business

By Arun Pal Singh
Forum meant a public square or marketplace in Roman Empire that was the assembly place for judicial activity and public business.

Dictionary defines forum as public meeting place for open discussion.

Internet forums had the same objective of discussion on various topics when they were started. But now they are also good and effective marketing channels.

A place where crowd gathers would sooner or later become a marketplace.

Web forums, message boards, discussion boards, discussion groups, discussion forums, bulletin boards are the synonyms that are often used for forums.

By definition, internet forum is a web based application that is used for holding discussion on user generated content.

Forums are not a new thing to web. Since basic objective of web was communication, forums came into existence quite early. Earlier forums had simple structure and functionality.

From historical point of view, forums have become quite evolved.

Because forum users often visit the forum regularly, discuss matters, they get to know each other and sense of community develops.

A forum would typically consist of forum administrator(s), moderators and users who are also called members. A forum is generally divided into several sub forums. Depending upon the access granted a user may use all or few of them.

When you go to a forum, you would need to open an account which is usually free. A few forums however have paid access. So you would need to check.

After you register, you become a registered member of the forum and allowed to post content and ask questions if you need to.

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A forum is a community indeed. You would find different level of users. There would be newbies and there would be old guns who are generally very much respected in the community.

A forum administrator is the top in the ladder. Forum administrator typically has the power to edit, delete, move or modify any thread on the forum, change major software items, change global skins, modify the board, and ban, delete, or create members.

Moderators have few of these powers including editing, deleting, and moving threads, mass pruning, warning members for offences, and changing minor forum details. Usually there are more than one moderators who are chosen from the users.

Forums are present all over the net and almost in each niche. You can search for the list of forums in your niche in your favorite search engine.

Each forum has its own set of rules and guidelines which you need to abide by when you use that forum.

It is good step to join a forum. You would find answer to the problems you face and would build a rapport with your fellow members.

This in long run would prove quite productive for your business.

About the Author:
Arun Pal Singh is an internet marketing consultant and web author who runs website http://www.homeforprofits.com to help online entrepreneurs with information and ready made products.

Visit http://www.homeforprofits.com to find how his information can provide the leverage that your business needs to grow and expand.


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How To Get Visitors To Keep Coming Back To Your Web Site

By John Dixon
Getting people to visit your web site is one thing - getting to come back again is something quite different. By building up inbound links to your site and by using other, commonly known, methods of web site promotion and optimization, it is possible to produce a web site that performs well, or fairly well, with search engines. The key to success through is a) encouraging visitors to explore your web site (and thus avoid having a high bounce rate), and b) encouraging visitors to come back to your site more than once.

Your site must offer something that is interesting to visitors; if it doesn't, they will quickly move on to another site and they probably won't return to yours.

Social networking sites have cracked the problem really well: by building a community of users who regularly log on to a site. As more people join the community, you can very easily see how the number of daily visitors to a particular site can snowball.

Other web sites that perform very well without building a 'registered' community are news sites. Because their content changes on an hourly or daily basis, people know that the content on the site is always fresh. I know myself that if a news site is updated once a day, I'll probably visit once a day, whereas if it is updated several times a day, I'll probably visit it several times during the course of a day. You don't have to be a mathematician to work out which of the two sites is probably going to get the most traffic.

Someone said to me recently that a good optimization and promotion campaign might get your site a top 10 place in a major search engine, but it won't necessarily keep it there.

About the Author:

John Dixon is a web developer working for www.MyQuestionsMatter, a web site that helps users of the health service to ask the right questions in their dealings with health professionals, and www.ComputerNostalgia.net which is a computer history web site. Via his own company John Dixon Technology Ltd, John provides web development services to various small, medium, and large companies.
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