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Sunday, May 31, 2009

NTT Communications Accelerates Security Innovation with Juniper Networks Open IP Solution Development Program

Juniper Networks announced that NTT Communications (NTT Com) has joined the Juniper Networks Open IP Solution Development Program (OSDP), gaining access to Juniper’s Partner Solution Development Platform (PSDP) for the development of specialized applications on its best-in-class JUNOS® Software. NTT Com is using the PSDP to expedite delivery of specialized security services for Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) prefix hijacking protection; as part of the service provider's involvement in the Japanese government's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications research project. NTT Com's route hijacking protection solution will be beta tested in October 2009 and is expected to be deployed in the network in March of 2010.

The PSDP provides resources, including a software development kit (SDK) for carrier grade routing platforms, with intelligent and secure interfaces to JUNOS routing and service functions, and technical and business support. With the Juniper PSDP, service providers can develop and deploy the specific capabilities that are important to the success of their business models, such as security, data stream manipulation, deep packet inspection and specialized protocols.

Check out full details.

Adobe Introduces Presentations

Adobe Systems today announced the preview release of Presentations, available for free sign-up as a public beta on Adobe Labs. Built on the set of hosted services (including Adobe Buzzword and Adobe ConnectNow), Presentations enables a better way for people to work together online with a rich, engaging, collaborative presentation application built on the Adobe Flash Platform. The application includes built-in tools and layouts for adding visually appealing elements, and users can enhance their presentations with visual special effects, slide transitions and embedded videos that can be accessed by anyone with Adobe Flash Player, which is installed on 98 percent of Internet-connected desktops worldwide.

People can work together on a presentation with simultaneous editing capabilities, all contributing at the same time or separately, regardless of where they are located – taking away any need to search for the latest version or combine multiple copies to capture everyone's changes. The application also makes it easy to see who has access to the presentation, who is viewing, who is editing and which slide each person is editing. Because the presentation lives online, people can access the latest version from any Internet-connected computer and deliver the presentation from anywhere online via ConnectNow or offline by exporting to PDF.

Check out full details.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

ByVal vs ByRef (Visual Basic)

The issue with byVal and byRef doesn't seems hard, but can be confusing.

Explanation from MSDN is not very nurturing..

Using just 6 tests, we can learn about it.

Download the code (VB.NET Visual Studio 2008 SP1) or VB6 (Visual Studio 98)

Simple Explanation:

Before that, let's define some terminologies..

There are two types of variables,
  1. Value-type (Integer, long, string)
  2. Reference-type (object such as collection, custom object and etc)
A 'called procedure' is a method of class which is invoked by a 'calling procedure' where the latter is responsible to instantiate everything.

In VB6, a parameter is by default ByRef. By default means you do not explicitly specify that it should be byVal or byRef; then it assume to be byRef.

In VB.NET, a parameter is by default ByVal.

According to this site..

When you declare a variable (either value-type or reference-type), you will allocate a memory space of it. This applies to parameters as well. This means that...

If you pass a variable byVal, a new memory location is created. ByRef no new memory location will be created.

So, in a humble way, we can say that the purpose of byVal or byRef is to tell the compiler whether or not to create new memory location.

For ByVal, technically you do not make a copy of the object, but thew new variable will reference back to the original object. And only for reference-type variable, you can update values back (from the 'called procedure') to the 'calling procedure'.

Thus, if you pass an object (reference-type variable) byVal and then set it to nothing at the 'called procedure', the 'calling procedure' will not be affected because the original memory location still untouched.

So, byVal usage is pretty obvious. But what about usage of byRef ? There three obvious usages:
  1. Update the value of a value-type variable back to the calling procedure.
  2. Terminate a reference-type variable (object) from called procedure
  3. Replace a new object to the calling procedure.

It is easier to understand this from the codes.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Feedmil : Search Engine for Feeds

Feedmil is a feed search engine featuring a spam-free, topic-focused search for a variety of feed types including blogs, microblogs, public and social media feeds as well as podcasts. Feedmil’s goal is to help people search feeds of interest in the most efficient and easiest possible way through the use of innovative technologies and user interfaces.

Feedmil improves the entire feed search process. In the search interface, feedmil allows users to specify not only the query but also the popularity range of feeds, enabling them to quickly discover high quality but less popular feeds located in the long tail of millions of feeds. On the search result page, feedmil gives a new feed search experience that is focused on quality and topic relevance beyond just popularity. With powerful slider controls for adjusting topic significance, users will be able to get more accurate results and at the same time explore the feeds they like serendipitously.

Founded in 2008 by a web scientist and 3 enthusiastic search engineers, is currently a privately funded startup, aiming to become the best feed search engine in the world.

Juniper Networks Announces General Availability of EX 8216 Ethernet Switch, Purpose-Built for High–Performance Cloud Computing Environments

Juniper Networks announced the availability of the EX8216 Ethernet switch, a 16-slot high-performance platform with switch fabric capacity of up to 12.4 terabits optimized for today's high-density 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) data center and cloud computing environments.

The EX8216 switch is a member of the EX8200 line of modular switches, purpose-built to deliver the wire-rate performance, low latency and carrier-class reliability that enable businesses to consolidate network layers and reduce capital and operational expenses across the infrastructure. The EX8200 line, which also includes the eight-slot EX8208, delivers an industry-leading combination of port density, power efficiency and scalability that cloud computing environments require to support next-generation Web 2.0 applications.

The EX Series along with many Juniper routers and its security services gateways run on JUNOS Software, which delivers unmatched carrier-class reliability and operational simplicity. A study conducted by Forrester Consulting, Inc. (NASDAQ: FORR) in February 2009 reported that companies that use JUNOS achieved a 41 percent reduction in overall network operations costs across specific tasks such as planning, deploying and provisioning of resources.

Full details.

Monday, May 18, 2009

New Survey Previews the ‘Future of Work’

A new survey commissioned by Adobe Systems in the U.S. points to changes in the ways white-collar work and business will be conducted in the social media-rich environment of the 21st century, with more business conducted via emerging communications technologies and social networking platforms, as the technologies that people prefer to use in their private lives become the technologies people want to use at work.

The younger generation prefers to use multiple channels of communication, often choosing social networks, text messaging or instant messaging instead of e-mail and in-person meetings. This shift could lead to increased support for work technologies that offer these capabilities. While email is still the leading technology tool of choice, use of text messaging, instant messaging, social networking and online productivity tools are on the rise with white-collar workers under 35, with nearly one in three reporting they use these technologies at work daily. In the next five years, white-collar workers plan to increase their time working remotely by 50 percent, resulting in average white-collar workers spending 30 percent of their time working out of the office.

Check out the survey here.

For details.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Web Marketing Latest Observation

Marketing has to be an in-house job, because it is hard to measure and it is a lot of works.

Web marketing is different from conventional marketing partly because of the diversity in the target audiences.

I do notice that the latest effective trend for web marketing can be easily summarized with the following few techniques.
  1. Web Site. A web site is a must have of course. A cool one will be great.
  2. Wikipedia. Create an entry for wikipedia about what you are marketing and also for its founders and inventors. I like to read about wikipedia before going for the actual web site because the former offers a great deal of summaries and always comes with the same format so that you don't have to struggle to find information from some sophisticated web sites. And not just that, wikipedia is searchable from search engines.
  3. Web videos and YouTube. This is very effective because not only people will be reading about your products, now they can see some videos.
  4. Make friends with some bloggers.
Let's take one example...

R.U.S.E (games).

Cool game ?

Saturday, May 16, 2009

In Response to ISPs must do more to stop piracy

Responding to ISP must do more to stop piracy.

As a citizen of Malaysia hoping for the best of his fellow countrymen, I feel that ISPs of Malaysia have to do more to improve the quality of the Internet.

And stay focus on the following issues:
  • Ensure that the Internet is not subjected to censorship
  • Ensure that net-neutrality is being upheld at all times
Piracy factor in Malaysia is partly caused by the censorship factor in Malaysia.

The last thing that Malaysian need is to become controlled-citizen. Internet is the last frontier for human being to have freedom to enlighten, liberate and conquer life. is the Malaysia's first review portal.

It is a directorial web portal where business entities will register and advertise for free in exchange for getting reviews from the public.

The directory is classified into a few core segments:
  1. Agent
  2. Automotive
  3. Community
  4. Eatery
  5. Education
  6. Health & Beauty
  7. Home & Garden
  8. Interest
  9. IT
  10. Wedding
Registered business entities have to constantly look out for negative reviews and to improve from thereon. More often that needed, registered entities have to look out for abuses or misbehaviours and then 'report as abuse'. Internally, also has a team of moderator that keeps looking for any reported misbehavior.

The business trend of online and personal content is getting trickier. Ever since bloggers were being sued for commentaries in respective blogs, things are getting aggressive. Online commentators are very liable these days. applies the same rules as the many other reviews portal in other countries. Users are responsible for the content they're posting. Same as bloggers or any internet users, they are bound to rules and laws of our country

Registered entities have to defend own reviews. encourages openness and transparency.

Crop PDF File (For printer friendly)

I don't really understand why there are some useful PDF files are made of large pictures or multiple files combined into one.

Take a look at one example.

Perhaps, they are trying to ease heavy traffic into the server. Or maybe they don't want you to print, but sometimes printing is really important for certain reasons.

So, we have to crop this file into 3 pieces.

  1. Open the file with Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Goto 'document/Crop Pages'
  3. You can either crop from left or right.

  4. Press 'Ok'
  5. Or you can also set the 'left' and 'right' margin to get the middle crop.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

More Than 20 Companies Show Support for Adobe ‘Strobe’

At the 2009 Streaming Media East Conference in the U.S., Adobe Systems announced that global media companies, content delivery networks (CDNs), publishers and advertising networks are embracing Adobe’s open framework for building custom media players. Code-named “Strobe”, the new framework will help establish an industry standard for media players and will offer production-ready components to streamline the development process, reducing the time content publishers spend creating playback technologies.

Strobe will incorporate media player features found in Adobe® Flash® Media Server 3.5 software, including Dynamic Streaming to help ensure a high-quality, uninterrupted video viewing experience as network conditions change. Also included will be DVR functionality to pause and seek within live video, HTTP progressive delivery support and pluggable support for multiple content delivery networks.

With an open framework, developers can use Strobe software components to add rich functionality such as advertising, user measurement tracking and social network integration – without having to code the functionality directly into the media player. Strobe’s architectural design provides an extensible platform that enables developers to use only the parts of the framework they need and assemble plug-and-play software components, from Adobe and third-party providers.

Strobe further broadens the reach and capabilities of the Adobe Flash Platform, the No. 1 technology for video on the Web. According to comScore, approximately 80 percent of online videos viewed worldwide are delivered using Adobe Flash technology. Adobe Flash Player software – already installed on 98 percent of Internet‐connected desktops – gives viewers access to rich content without having to download additional software. By providing an open framework for media players based on the Adobe Flash Platform, content owners can be sure that programming will reach the largest possible online audience as they bring their Strobe-based video players to market.

Full details.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Juniper Networks Introduces Next Generation of Network Infrastructure for the Distributed Enterprise in Malaysia

Juniper Networks announced its next generation network infrastructure for the distributed enterprise in Malaysia, including new SRX Series Services Gateways and a new line of EX Series Ethernet Switches.

  • It is the industry's only multi-service network infrastructure based on a single OS to enable enterprises to reduce OPEX by 41 percent1
  • Combines Network and Security Manager (NSM) and JUNOS® Software to help customers design and deploy efficient networks that provide industry leading performance and security at lower operational costs across locations of all sizes
  • Leverages Advanced Insight Solutions (AIS) intelligence built into JUNOS Software
  • The new SRX240 can deliver up to five times security performance at half the cost of competitive alternatives
  • The new EX Series delivers enterprise-class gigabit access connectivity at a lower list price than equivalent devices

The new additions to the SRX Series family are based on the industry's first Dynamic Services Architecture, an extensible approach that simultaneously scales integrated services and network capacity to reduce the escalating demands and risks placed on the network.

  • Supports a complete suite of unified threat management and intrusion prevention capabilities
  • Select SRX models feature hardware based Content Security Acceleration for high-performance inline anti-virus and intrusion prevention services (IPS) as well as Power over Ethernet (POE) and standards-based SIP voice gateway capability
  • Four models are announced today: the SRX100, SRX210, SRX240 and SRX650
  • All models have integrated security, routing and switching

The new EX2200 line of fixed-configuration Ethernet switches will offer an economical, plug-and-play, high-performance, low-power solution for access-layer deployments in branch offices and campus networks.

  • Featuring JUNOS Software-based Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching capabilities, the EX2200 Ethernet Switches satisfy the access connectivity requirements of today's high-performance businesses
  • Consumes less than two Watts per port at a lower price than competitive Fast Ethernet enterprise access switches
  • Four models are announced today: the EX2200-24T-4G and EX2200-48T-4G offer 24 and 48 10/100/1000BASE-T ports respectively, while the EX2200-24P-4G and EX2200-48P-4G offer similar configurations with full IEEE 802.3af PoE to support converged network devices such as telephones, video cameras and wireless LAN (WLAN) access points

A study conducted by Forrester Consulting in February 2009 demonstrated that through the use of JUNOS and Juniper switches and routers, companies achieved reductions in operational costs for specific network operations tasks, including planning and provision, deployment, planned and unplanned network events. Among other top-line results, the study reports a 41% reduction in overall network operations costs based on dollar savings across specific task categories.

"Customers rarely see this kind of breakthrough in increased performance, integrated features, and improved total cost of ownership. Juniper Networks Distributed Enterprise Solutions use high-performance network infrastructure to shatter traditional quality of service boundaries imposed by rigid, complex, and aging networks. By ensuring consistent enterprise-wide performance, security and manageability, customers can count on exceptional user experiences that can increase the productivity and profitability of their distributed enterprises."
--Wan Ahmad Kamal, Country Manager, Malaysia, Juniper Networks

Managed service providers seeking to deliver new and enhanced value-added services can now benefit from the marriage of Juniper's high-performance routing and connectivity heritage with leading advanced security and management services to decrease service delivery costs and reduce risks associated with introducing new services. With a consistent implementation of connectivity, security, and management features, managed services providers have the choice and flexibility to create and deploy services using a variety of strategies, including network-based as well as Customer Premise Equipment based offering.

The new SRX210, SRX240 and SRX650 Services Gateways are available in Malaysia today. Base list pricing for the SRX210 is USD $1,099, the SRX240 is USD $2,999 and the SRX650 is USD $16,000. The new SRX100 is expected to be available in 3Q09 with a starting list price of USD $699. The new EX2200 line is expected to be available in 1Q10 with a starting list price of USD $2,400.

5 Innovative Ways Cell Phones Are Being Used To Save Lives

  1. Cell phone Microscope
  2. Cell Phone as Medical Imaging
  3. Cell Phone Heart Monitor
  4. Cell Phone as Smart Band Aid
  5. Cell Phone as Ultrasound Machine

Check out the full article.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Juniper Routers and Switches Power the Core of ESnet4 Research & Education Network

The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) ESnet4, a best-in-class research and education (R&E) network built with Juniper routers and switches, has won the highly coveted "" award from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC) - one of the most prestigious awards given in the U.S. federal government arena. Juniper Networks MX Series Ethernet Services Routers and EX4200 Ethernet Switches comprise the entire core of the multiple-10Gbps ESnet infrastructure. ESnet4 was named the winner in the category of "Excellence in Leveraging Technology," one of five 2009 categories. More than 60 federal programs submitted projects for consideration.

Officially known as the Energy Sciences Network Fourth Generation, ESnet4 provides direct connections to more than 40 major DOE research sites, as well as fast interconnections to more than 100 other global R&E networks, allowing scientists to make effective use of unique DOE research facilities and computing resources independent of time and geographic location. ESnet4 allows the R&E community to access, share and analyze massive amounts of data being generated by large-scale scientific research projects around the world. These include the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN in Switzerland; the Earth System Grid II (ESG) for research in global climate change; and many other key research initiatives. The LHC alone is expected to deliver 100Gbps of data nonstop onto ESnet4 by 2010.

ESnet is a high-speed network serving thousands of DOE scientists and collaborators worldwide, funded by the DOE Office of Science to support the agency's mission to further energy and climate research. Managed and operated by the ESnet staff at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, ESnet provides high bandwidth network connections to all major DOE sites and, via comprehensive connections to the world's R&E networks, to essentially all U.S. and international R&E institutions. Juniper Networks announced its contributions to ESnet4 earlier this year.

Full details.

WITSA organizes first Trade Mission to Malaysia

WITSA through its Global Trade Committee organizes the first trade mission to Kuala Lumpur today. The trade mission is hosted by the Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry Malaysia (PIKOM) and has attracted delegates from ten countries including Bangladesh, Brunei, Croatia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. The trade mission aims to promote and facilitate global trade and investment in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for the benefits of WITSA members and the industry at large.

  • Develop a business-to-business (B2B) matching portal to provide a virtual business matching platform between potential buyers and sellers;
  • Organize trade missions for its members to network, to forge strategic partnerships, and to open new market opportunities within and across geographic locations; and
  • Establish WITSA business centers equipped with the necessary office facilities in different countries and regions for its members to conduct business meetings while in overseas.

Full details.

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Starbucks Malaysia is Switching to Streamyx

My favourite Starbucks outlet is in Giant, Kelana Jaya. But the Internet has been down since past one week.

According to them, all Starbucks outlets are switching to TM Net's Streamyx from Timezone.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Operation is not allowed when the object is open. (VB6)

This exception occurs when you are opening a connection using an ADODB.Connection object that was previously opened. So, the solution is to close before opening. But what if this is a shared ADODB.connection which you cannot simply just close it ?

The real solution is to create a new ADODB.Connection object for each connection you are trying to make. The ideal way will be having one ADODB.connection object for each of your entity classes.

The main idea is that new connection will create a new ADODB.connection object and you don't have to close it to cater for other simultaneous connection.

For a single shared connection object (ADODB.connection) to work, you have to close the previous connection first.

A shared connection scenario is applicable to Database access to MS Access where only one connection (at a time) is allowed per exe. However, you may need simultaneous connection for databases like MSSQL, MySQL? and etc.

Check out a sample code on VB6.

Actually, the to make things easy, if you still want to use shared ADODB.connection object, and you wanted simultaneous multiple connection, you can.

If the object (ADODB.connection) is already opened, then don't open it and straight away use it to retrieve data.

But this is not encouraged because the codes will be hard to maintain and the work-flow will be messy.

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Just Installed Norton Internet Security 2009

It consists of:
  1. Norton Identity Safe
  2. Norton Antiphishing
  3. Norton Pulse Updates
  4. Norton Insight
  5. Norton Browser Protection
  6. Norton Antivirus
  7. Norton Antispyware
  8. Norton Personal Firewall
I haven't been using Antivirus for some time now. The last time I used one was a trial version of Dr.Web which I think is an amazing software, however, I just can't buy it from Malaysia and even from the web. What a waste!

So, most of the retail stores are either selling Norton and Karspersky. I haven't tried out Karspersky.

Coming back to Norton was nothing more than just buy-it-from-the-shelve.

The first change that I noticed is the availability of CPU meter. This shows great marketing in the software because a few years ago, when Norton was the king, the complains were mostly about Norton being too resource hungry and it slowed down PCs. Now it has a CPU meter to prove to you that it is not really that bad. The lesson that we can learn from here is that think about optimization later, build your software and sell first. And sell with a brand.

The software updates is pretty large (for the first download) and especially large for my limited space hard disk. But that is still ok.

The subscription period is 1 year for RM 100 ++ and this is about standard everywhere.

Come to the features where I decided to turn off everything except for 'Antivirus' and 'Antispyware'. Here are my reasons:
  • Advanced Protection - Since my laptop is more development oriented, this may have some side effects on my development work.
  • Smart firewall - Since my development works involve networking, this may give me more troubles than expected
  • Intrusion prevention - I feel that this is really not needed unless it is a server
  • Email/Message scanning - I prefer to have faster email downloads.
  • Identity safe - I haven't been able to appreciate this feature yet, perhaps later.
  • Antiphishing - I prefer to check out some phishings.

During scanning, the CPU utilization ranges between 20% to 70%++. This is not superbly good but I reckon that this could be a Windows benchmark or this is a good benchmark for asynchronous tasks in software application. When the forking is heaving, it will to higher end and vice versa.

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Kia Spectra In Need of More Reviews

I spent quite some time at Starbucks lately, partly due to the fact that the weather in Malaysia was pretty hot lately and given that my official residence's room has no air-conditioning and that my office lab is like a bit too far for a working-holiday.

So, Starbucks is my second office and I really like Caramel Frappuccino, which is to me the best coffee in the whole world and I am not a coffee drinker. The good thing about Caramel Frappuccino are that it helps me with detox and also it doesn't make me sleepless at night. I hope Starbucks will not close down in Malaysia due to economy crisis.

Anyway, so I was at the Starbucks of Kelana Jaya Giant doing actual work last two days. The Internet connection wasn't working but that is okay. Because to me, the few privileges of Starbucks (for customers) are the comfort environment with air-conditioning and free electricity for my laptop and my favorite coffee; I can do do-away with web surfing.

Let's go back to Kia Spectra..

So, as usual, there is a floor for car exhibition in Giant Kelana Jaya and this time it is Kia's turn.

The first impression of Kia Spectra was fantastic, it looks spotty and big enough. The OTR is actually about RM 73,000 and it is not expensive really. For a while, I really thought that I may want to buy it very soon.

Then this morning I checked out some reviews, actually I just want to get more information and the first impression from Google was not very encouraging.

It is not a very encouraging marketing from the search result... I meant come'on guys, don't you realize people are using the search engines a lot not because it has the most accurate information, but it is convenient and it is a content provider.

If you can't manage your web marketing, I don't know how to convince myself to buy the car.

I am not going to scroll into the next 20 search results to hope to find out more good news about Kia Spectra, I will just stop there.

Just look at Chrysler official web site, it is so impressive and yet they are seeking bankruptcy...

The few things about Malaysian (for your information) ...
  1. Typical Malaysian save a lot of money because we don't have much security (except from natural disaster)
  2. Migrating is always an option but I don't recommend (this is a good place to live)
  3. Malaysian don't buy things just because we believe in the concept of economy (as what Mr.Barack Obama does)
  4. I haven't watched the TV for last few years and even my parents. So, I wouldn't know if you have appeared in TV commercial last month.
  5. People may still may buy pirated movies not because we are bad but because we don't want to watch censored films
  6. Many people are relying on reviews and public opinions to make buying decisions
My two cents for Kia Spectra's marketing. By all means, I am not suggesting that you go about suing all the bad reviewers. Reviews are reviews, period. And we shouldn't force not-so-good reviews out of the search engines. You just have to let it obsolete gradually.

One way is that you need to generate more positive web activities which can consist of blog postings, online videos and etc. Buff up these activities and you will soon have the better reviews push down the not-so-encouraging reviews from the first page of search engines. And now with Facebook, Friendster, Twitter and etc, it is not hard to start. --> All you need are some marketing funds.

I think it is not outrageous to set up a post for Web Marketing Manager working alongside General Marketing Manager to be oversaw by Group Marketing Manager. Of course, people with blogging exposure may be suitable for the job :)

At least Yahoo search provides better impression.

And long live Starbucks please :)

Friday, May 01, 2009

Tech Blog Malaysia Statistics (April 09)

As usual, check out the analysis for 2008.

For month of Jan 2009.
For month of Feb 2009.
For month of Mar 2009.

For April 2009, we have the followings:
  • The brand of this blog
  • A company providing HAPS technology
  • People are interested to compete with the biggest ERP software in the world
  • Malaysia's Internet problems and opportunities
  • E-learning promotional codes
  • A company providing broadband service
  • Malaysia's online tax submission service
  • Online music store in Malaysia
  • Malwares and Phishings
  • A cancer (health) technology


  • Total monthly traffic decreased by as much as 19.94%
  • Traffic from referring sites decreased by 1.08%
  • Google still tops contributor (63.99%). Down from last month.
  • Top 5 countries (Malaysia, US, India, UK, Singapore). Check out here.
  • New visitors 87.54% (up from last month).

  • Overall traffic gone down a lot.This could be attributed to the frequency of returning visitors
  • Google contributing numbers maintains, this proves that the PageRank has nothing to do with the traffic.
  • Maintaining new visitors is important