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The .CO (DOTCO) Land Rush

In Uncategorized on July 21, 2010 by Vivek Rp

From July 20th 11:30 PM IST today a new domain name extension that is designed for businesses will has launched. .CO is recognised globally as an abbreviation for Company, Corporation or Commerce, and is the long awaited credible alternative to the .com extension.

The World’s next Premier Web Address?


Not often are we given a second chance, so don’t miss this exciting opportunity to get the domain names you always wanted!

Why Choose a .CO Domain?

  • If you missed out on getting the domain name you really wanted
  • Protect your existing business or brand names from being registered by somebody else
  • If you are looking for an investment (just think what a great .com domain name is worth today)
  • You want to launch a new business or website with a truly global, credible and recognisable domain name
  • Be a part of today’s socially networked society – create COmmunities, share COntent, COmmunicate and COllaborate


*Please note that the .co domain names are more expensive that .com domains.  

What are you waiting for?  It’s basically a land rush so you better go do it RIGHT NOW!

You Can Register Your Domain Here : &


How to Raise Funds for New Projects ?

In Uncategorized on July 18, 2010 by Vivek Rp

If you have a small business and want to start new projects, then you will probably require additional funds.

Unless you have a rich parents who has left you a large amount of money in their will (and most of us don’t), you’ll need some more reliable, traditional ways to raise financing for your new projects.

1. Banks

You can raise funds by taking out a loan from a bank. You ought to approach different banks and not just your own.

With that said, some banks are more flexible in their loan requirements than others. If you have property or stock that you can use as collateral, then you may be required to do so, especially if your business has a limited or spotty credit history. Generally, banks prefer property to inventory.

You will also have to submit copies of your previous tax returns, as well as details of the new projects that you want financing for. If your tax returns indicate that you made a healthy profit in previous years, it will be relatively easier for you to secure a loan, since banks also look at your ability to pay back the loan when considering your application.

If your credit and profit history are good, you can also get an unsecured loan where you will not have to submit anything as collateral – but the rate of interest on that loan will be probably higher. You could also take out a short-term or long-term loan, depending on your needs.

2. Venture Capital

If you cannot get funds from a bank, then you could try sourcing funds from venture capitalists. Venture capitalists are people or companies who provide funds for new projects or to start up companies in which they see potential and that have the potential to pay handsome returns.

To get venture capitalist funding, you will have to convince them that they are making the right choice (we’re talking about profits here) by funding your project. The only problem is that they might become part-owners of the project, and they could end up controlling it if they feel that you are not up to the job or that they will get better results by executing the project.

Once you start earning money from your project, it is a good idea to pay back the money as soon as possible and exit from your venture capitalist agreement.

Funding Stages Img

3. Friends and Relatives

If you have friends or relatives who can lend fund your new projects, then this may be a viable option, as it will involve the least amount of paperwork and inconvenience. You will still have to pay them a decent amount of interest on the loan amount.

It is still wise to simply take a loan from them and not make them partners or co-owners, as you might lose independence in your style of executing the project. You might also get more flexibility in repaying the loan.

As an incentive to secure the loan, you could also promise your friends or family a percentage of your profit margin. That way, if you earn more, they will get a better return on their investment in your project.

However, this is a debatable issue because it may not be wise to mix business with personal life. Be careful and make sure terms are clear and documented before proceeding with borrowing from friends and relatives.

4. Go Public

If your project is of a bigger nature, you can go public. You will need professionals to assist you in doing this. Shares of your company will have to be offered to the public though an IPO (i.e., Initial Public Offering). This initial sale of shares will help raise money for your new projects.

The people buying these shares will become co-owners of your company. Keep in mind that this route will only work if your company is relatively larger, with a few big projects planned in the near future. For smaller projects, the previous 3 routes are better options.

At least one of the above ways will ensure that you get the financing that you need.


How Does Google Works ?

In Google on July 4, 2010 by Vivek Rp

How Google Works !


TechCrunch Meetup

In Uncategorized on May 31, 2010 by Vivek Rp

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On June 11, it will be exactly five years since Michael Arrington hit the ‘Publish’ button and published the very first TechCrunch post (which was a brief profile of blog search engine Technorati, which Mike apparently labeled a real-time search engine at the time – what’s old is new again, right?).

TechCrunch want to celebrate fifth b’day with as many people as they can, across the globe. So they are using the new Meetup Everywhere platform that Scott Heiferman announced on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt last week to organize TechCrunch Meetups on June 11 all around the world.


So We Are Organizing TechCrunch Meetup In India’s IT Valley Bangalore On June 11th At Jaaga.In. We’re not only celebrating TechCrunch, but the last five years of the Web in general.
A lot has happened since June 2005, but the wheel keeps on turning, faster than ever. Sometimes, it’s good to take a breather, look back and celebrate, and then move on.
For More: & Please RSVP On Meetup.Com.
Twitter Hashtag : #tcblr

Quick Agenda : 
1) A Brief About TechCrunch
2) Introduction of Techies (Attendees) 
3) Discussion On Latest Technologies (iPad,HTML5,Chrome,Etc..) 
   Soon We Will Post Full Agenda.

Either way, we were pleasantly surprised to see how many people jumped on this. On May 28, we counted nearly 150 meetups planned in places like New York CitySan Francisco,LondonHyderabadBangaloreSeoulTel AvivJakarta and Sophia.

Just three days later, more than 100 were organized by readers and fans of TechCrunch all over the world, so its now at 262 and counting. Have fun on TechCrunch’s fifth birthday.

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Google 2.0 !

In Google on May 7, 2010 by Vivek Rp

Google Got A New Look For Its Search Engine !
Google Have Changed Its World Famous Search Engine Google.Com’s  Logo & Interface.
After more than 6 months of testing, Google’s new interface is finally available to everyone. The new UI is gradually rolled out on May 5 2010 and the changes are noticeable.

New Logo :
Google’s logo has vibrant colors, the search box is bigger and it now includes the search button, the links from the homepage are no longer underlined.
Google’s search results pages include a persistent sidebar that suggests specialized search engines, advanced filters and related searches. By default, Google only shows suggestions that are relevant to your query, but you can click on “more” to see other ways to refine the results.

New Interface (URL: : introduced the left sidebar in search in 2007, and now both Bing and Yahoo Search started using it. Google now adopted a similar layout to make search interfaces more consistent. “I don’t like jazz, because you never know what’s going to happen next,” said Google’s Marissa Mayer. “I’ve been calling this problem ‘user interface jazz.’ This result looks this way, and that result looks that way [something much different], and it really does slow you down.”

When you navigate from web search to Google Books search, from image search to Google News, the interface will be consistent and you may not even realize that you’re using a different search engine.

Sometimes, Google’s sidebar will also include a list of suggestions that are difficult to define. Google calls them “something different” and used to show this label: “not entirely unlike”. They’re actually similar queries generated using Google Squared.

Blog Search (URL : :
They Have Also Added A New Search On Google To Find Blogs & Blog Posts.

To hear more about our new design, check out this video:

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