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The Gut Churning Chilli Mix


3 Red Chilli’s

3 Green Chilli’s

1 Large Clove of Garlic

Ginger – use similar size to Garlic clove

80ml of Thai Fish Sauce

100ml – 120ml Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice

2 TBSP of Sugar

½ cup of Chopped Coriander

 

Method

Chop Chilli’s into rings

Add all ingredients together and bombs away….in about 2 hours

Ideal for Thai Beef Salad or to spice up any boring dish, or just straight from the bowl.

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new facebook image viewer for photo galleries

wow seems facebook have been quite busy recently, with updates to chat and now today the launch of the new photo gallery viewer updates, with easier navigation and control over how you view photo galleries.

checkout the screen shot with comments below.

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The benefits of writing articles

Hopefully most of you have heard the term ‘content is king’ when it comes to your website and its ability to be found in Search Engine Results Pages (SERPS). The plain fact is when it all bores down to it is that a website can look a million bucks with all the bells and whistles and beautiful imagery, but at the end of the day search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing really only care for content and by content I mean text. Sure there are benefits to having great images on your site as you want to make it as pleasing on the eye for your visitors, but in all seriousness it’s the text based content which gets your site ranking in these result pages.

One thing we are continually asked when launching new sites is "when will my site be on page one of Google?" well if we had a crystal ball we could probably tell you, but unfortunately we don’t (but secretly wish we did). What we do know however is that regular information posting and text additions to your website or blog will almost certainly increase your chances of ranking in these result pages.

So how do we achieve this? I hear you ask, well several years ago when we first started developing our own search engine optimisation campaign, we spend many dollars and hours on purchasing and reading valuable information from SEO Pioneers who had a proven track record in getting websites ranking in Google etc. All concurred that writing interesting and informative articles relating to your business, industry or field of expertise significantly increases your chances of ranking in search engine result pages.

So what is an article and how do I write one?

Well simply put, an article is a piece of well written text, that is informative and engaging to your visitors and generally includes keywords and links to pages within your site relative to the topic you are covering.

The benefits of writing and including articles in your own website or blog are quite simple in that the more content you include in your website with relative keywords, the more chances you have of jumping up the queue and to the all important first page of Google.

What if I’m not a good writer?

Not everyone is blessed with the gift of the pen or keyboard in this case, but don’t despair there are many excellent copywriting services available who work in conjunction with you help get your message across and simplify things by adding this all important content in the form of articles ready for you to post to your website or blog. For example our friends @ Brutal Pixie (http://brutalpixie.com/) content write for many large and small scale organisations and websites and can easily produce quality copy ready for you to use. Tell em Bullie sent you…..

View our website design, search engine optimisation or social networking articles and stay tuned for upcoming posts on ways to increase readership and utilising web services in sharing your articles.

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Why limit your possibilities….?

One important aspect of Search Engine Optmisation and Social Media Marketing is getting your business name out to the masses. What better way than utlising the plethora of free social media services like twitter, facebook and tumblr, which provide an invaluable source of information sharing and link posting to fans, followers and readers alike.

So in saying that we find it strange and sometimes puzzling why some businesses choose to opt out of using these services. Maybe it’s the fear of all this sudden increased exposure they may actually “get busy”, I know I’m being cynical here but WHY LIMITED YOURSELF?

Want your own social networking space? then visit Bullie Graphics @ http://www.bulliegraphics.com.au for more information on starting your own Social Networking journey or ask us more about our Social Media Management options.

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The Simpsons Mini Series 2
Matt Groening and Kidrobot join forces once again to embiggen your vinyl collection! This new 25-character series features some of Springfield’s most notable citizens including extended family members and lovable barflies, as well as alternate versions of your favorite nuclear family. The blind boxed series is available for $9.95 US (£9.00 UK; 10€ Europe) at Kidrobot stores, Kidrobot.com and select retailers starting October 28th.  Keep your eyes peeled for two top-secret chases!

kidrobotrules:

The Simpsons Mini Series 2

Matt Groening and Kidrobot join forces once again to embiggen your vinyl collection! This new 25-character series features some of Springfield’s most notable citizens including extended family members and lovable barflies, as well as alternate versions of your favorite nuclear family. The blind boxed series is available for $9.95 US (£9.00 UK; 10€ Europe) at Kidrobot stores, Kidrobot.com and select retailers starting October 28th.  Keep your eyes peeled for two top-secret chases!

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Picture of the day: Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) taken 1st October 2010 @ Symbio Zoo Helensburgh

Picture of the day: Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) taken 1st October 2010 @ Symbio Zoo Helensburgh

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Photo of the day: Never smile at a crocodile, never tip your hat and stop to talk a while…..

Photo of the day: Never smile at a crocodile, never tip your hat and stop to talk a while…..

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Google’s advise on privacy…change your name

So Google’s boss Eric Schmidt solution to privacy on the internet is to “change your name”, amid concern about plans to commercialise its ever-increasing pile of data.

So I’m guessing in the future we may not know exactly who anyone is through fear of something scandalous being found out about our past…..

All we can suggest is to use the web wisely and maybe those pix of you looking hot in your bathing suit or god forbid your birthday suit are better off left ‘for your eyes only’

read the full article here http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/google-on-privacy-change-your-name-20100817-127xj.html

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