Facebook Badges

If you are Facebook users--who are not?--you may put various banners (badges / logo / widget, chicklet) into your blog by visiting this link (after login into your account, of course).

Badges available inludes:

Profile badge, click here to create one.

Share your Facebook information on your websites.

Photo badge

Share your Facebook photos on your websites.

Share badge

Let visitors to your site share your content on Facebook. See two different types of button here (inside the post and above the post)

Twitter Link

Automatically post your Facebook status updates to Twitter.

Fan Box

Allow users to become your fan and view your Facebook Page stream.

Page Badge

Share your Facebook Page information on other websites.

Comment Box

Allow users to easily comment on your content.

Live Stream

Allow Facebook users to connect, share and post updates in real-time.

Publishing to Facebook

Let users publish their actions and content back to Facebook.

Two imporant badge you can't miss: (1) Profile badge and (2) Share badge. Share badge is very useful to boost your blog popularity. If you're blogging using blogger / blogspot, see the sample placement here. Facebook Share is like voting for your blog. Everytime someone clicks the Share button, the number will increase. If you click the Facebook Share button on the blog's frontpage, it means you vote for the blog. If you click the Faebook Share button when you are reading an article of a particular blog, you vote for the article not the blog; so the number will be added for the particular post / article.

Cancel Paypal Payment Subscription

Update 16 October 2009:

I've just cancelled a subscription payment to a webhosting provider. The process seems a bit different with the one mentioned below, there's some changes.

Here's how I did the cancellation process (as per October 2009):

1. After login, history -> basic search -> payment sent

2. There are list of companies or parties you sent money to. Click "details" at the Company name you make a payment subscription -> Transaction details >

2. You'd find this -> Subscription Payment Sent (Unique Transaction ID #XXXXXXXXXXXX)
In reference to: S-XXX26022UU1XXXXXX (link) ->click the "reference to" link -> click "Cancel Subscription" (at the bottom of the page) > Click "Cancel" again to confirm -> This subscription has been cancelled (done).


I subscribe to Paypal monthly payment to make payment to a particular webhosting services each month (Hostgator). The thing is it's does not work. Even after I make payment, the system in the webhosting still email me to pay the payment due for this month or I will get fine. In another word, I have to pay twice!

So, I wanted to cancel the sickening subscription. The problem is it's not easy to find the right button and tab to cancel it in the Paypal my account. I got through it after several trial.

The following is the official tutorial to cancel (unsubscribe) from Paypal payment subscription.

How do I cancel a subscription?

Question :
Answer :
You can cancel a subscription up until the day of the next scheduled payment. Remember, this cancels all future scheduled payments for that subscription. Step no. 3 & 4 are no longer applied in current Paypal (they obviously need to update their user manual). But certainly it's better than nothing at all:

How to cancel (unsubscribe) a Paypal payment subscription.
Here's how to do it:

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click History under My Account at the top of the page.
3. Choose Subscriptions from the Show drop-down menu.
4. Check the From box and change the date back to the year the subscription was created.
5. Click Search, and then click Details.
6. Click Cancel Subscription.
7. Click Cancel Subscription again.

Unsubscribe from Paypal Automatic Payment with a Merchant

FYI: The steps below may undergo some changes in the Paypal tabs. Especially, step no. 3. Be creative and never give up trying. :)

How do I cancel an automatic payment I have with a merchant?

1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click Profile at the top of the page.
3. Under Financial Information, click Recurring Payments, Pay List, or Preapprovals List to find your payment.
4. Select the payment, and then click Cancel.

Top Ten Blogs 2009

top ten blogs 2009 according to time magazineTop Ten Blogs 2009. Since 2008, TIME magazine yearly review the best blogs on the internet. Here's the List of the Best Top Ten Blogs in the world, or to be precise, in the US, in year 2009 according to Time magazine.

Talking Points Memo
The Huffington Post
The Daily Dish by Andrew Sullivan
Zen Habits
The Conscience of a Liberal: Paul Krugman

More details

How to Change Upload URL into SEO Friendly Links

For more blogging tutorial visit here. For how to make money online visit here

Whatever (files, images or videos) you've uploaded s into a self-hosted wordpress, the link path into those files is not pretty. It'll look like this (in my case):

From esthetical and SEO perspective, this kind of link is not good. The good one should be like this: or or, etc

Fortunately, you can easily change that not-SEO friendly link into the one which is not only pretty but also would help you optimize it in the search result pages.

Here's how:

1. After login, click SETTING -> MiSCELLANEOUS.

2. In the "Store uploads in this folder" -> delete "wp-content/uploads" and change it into "downloads"

3. Unchecked the "Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders"

4. Click -> Save Changes. Done.

Now you have a pretty uploaded URL path. Your uploaded file from now on will look like:, etc..

See the live demo here. (look at the link path URL)


1. You may change the word "downloads" into whatever names you want. uses "files" instead of "downloads".

2. If you've uploaded some images before this change, don't worry. The previous url address will not change. It will change only the future uploaded links.

0 komentar:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.