Eid'l Fitr of Muslims

Edi'l Fitr, This is a special holiday for the Muslims and this is like Christmas of the Christians. Muslims are very thankful because this day was a giving day for them to share of what blessing that they have received in the whole year.

This day was very important for them to reunite their family and friends. Like Christians and other religious groups they have their day for reunion, celebrating, festival of their own culture and other holiday for them.

They also prepare foods in their own and share it to other, as the last day feast day. This day is the day for them to help other and gives some gift to other Muslims, this they is the most special day of the year.

Melamine Contaminated Scandal Reminders

Melamine Contaminated Milk Products
Melamine, a chemical used in a number of commercial and industrial applications, is unsafe for human consumption. Melamine is not approved or permitted in food in Canada.

Symptoms
* Consumption of melamine may lead to reproductive damage, bladder or kidney stones, bladder cancer, acute kidney failure and death.

Transmission
* The effects of melamine are directly related to consumption of products containing the chemical and cannot be spread between people. Currently melamine has been found in infant formula and has been possibly linked to other dairy products made in China.

Recommendations for travelers

Until further information is provided by the Chinese government, we recommend that you:

* do not use infant formula made in China
* avoid consuming milk products (e.g. yogurt, ice cream, custards) made in China or products with milk-derived ingredients made in China. Milk-derived ingredients include whole milk powder, non-fat milk powder, whey powder, lactose powder, and casein.

Monitor your health
If your child has consumed any infant formula made in China, the risk of ill effects is low. However, if you have concerns or your child has any unusual symptoms, consult your health care provider.

1. Inform your health care provider of your symptoms
2. Tell him/her, without being asked, where you have been and what, if any, treatment or medical care you have received while traveling (e.g., blood transfusions, injections, dental care, and surgery)

Don’t Forget ...
1. Consult a health care provider or visit a travel health clinic
* An appointment at least 6 weeks prior to international travel is idea
2. Learn what you can do to stay healthy when travelling
3. Know what vaccines to get and when to get them

Christmas Shopping Gifts

Christmas begins and do you know what do you want to do in this special holiday? Now Christmas is the time to think on to what gifts and special gifts do want to them. Shopping in christmas is one of the most busy thing that people are going to do. There are special christmas tips for Shopping and Buying gifts, things on own and other. Check this christmas tips when you are goin to buy gift for the Christmas day and New year day. With your love to your special someone you don't want them to be upset in christmas of the gift you will be giving to them. How can you give them a special with love and a non-expensive but elegant beautiful present in christmas?

There tips i will share to you in christms shopping and making a choice:

1. When? The best time for you to shop christmas is NOW. The earliest time to christmas shop your thing and gifts for Christmas is now. Don't waste your time in waiting what is the best gift for your love ones in christmas. The more places like malls and department stores, if there is a low number of christmas shoppers the more time for you to pick and to have many choices to pick the best or suited gift for your love one.

2. Where? The place where the best is what can your money can spend in christmas, the suited place is where the least number of christmas shoppers and the place where you think that you can save money for. One thing you must have to consider is the price of the thing you want christmas to buy and the quality of the product. It is better to buy low prices of products with the same quality than the branded products to the bargained products in christmas. Its is not in the price of the gift but the willingness of the heart of the giver, that is the best love gift for Christmas.

3. What? Think of the gift you want to give in christmas. I suggest you to make a original hand made gifts for your love one in christmas. The original made gifts is more valuable than the bought christmas gifts. I'm sure that the christmas gift you are going to give is appreciated. But its okay to give them a expensive that you think that they will make happy in that christmas holiday. Think of thing that you know that can be helpful to you love one in christmas. This idea can give a move what to buy and what to shop in christmas.

4. How? The first thing you must to do is to ask now your love ones to what they want to receive in the Christmas day.

This are some tips can help you out in your christmas shopping days. Thanks...

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Captivating Capiz

“Seafood Capital of the Philippines”

Capiz
is a province of the Philippines located in the Western Visayas region. Its capital is Roxas City and is located at the northeastern portion of Panay Island, bordering Aklan and Antique to the west, and Iloilo to the south of Capiz.

Capiz faces the Sibuyan Sea to the north. Capiz is known for its mother-of-pearl shells that have the same name and are used for decoration, making lampshades, trays, window doors, etc.. Capiz is known for a popular local myth of Aswang, a generic name for ghouls, monsters and witches.

Capiz “Seafood Capital of the Philippines”, because of having a one of the highest contributors of aquamarine industry of the Philippines and swampy beside the sea the fishermen in the area can easily make it into pond for culturing fishes.

In Capiz Farming and fishing are the primary sources of income of the people. The combined natural bounty of land and sea are enough to sustain a vibrant food industry of Capiz. Its primary agricultural raw products in the province of Capiz are rice, corn, coconut, sugarcane, banana and cut flower. Apart from a surplus of agricultural products it generates every year, Capiz is also one of the country’s major suppliers of prawn and milk fish. Other agro-industrial harvests include blue marlin, squid, oysters, shrimp, seaweed, squid and angel wings near the sea of the province of Capiz. The rich fishing grounds attract investors to venture into prawn culture, prawn feed manufacture, seaweed farming and the distribution and processing of other marine products. It has a strong workforce of 445,246 with a literacy rate of 90.5% The agricultural sector makes the province of Capiz one of the wealthiest in the Western Visayas Region although corruption has a high tendency to halt progress.

Captivating Capiz will be great for captivating the town in this province showing the humongous beauty. Let us captivate a new way tell to the world that captivating Capiz will on the top of the world. The tips of making captivated is by searching the greatness and the unseen beautiful places of Capiz. Showing this makes a great difference to captivate the province of Capiz.

Captivating Capiz: Geography

The Province of Capiz occupies a land area of 2,633 square kilometers, representing 21% of the total land area of Panay. It is composed of 16 municipalities and a city with a total of 472 barangays.

Captivating Capiz: Political Subdivisions

The province is composed of 16 municipalities comprising 473 barangays. It is divided into two political districts: 1st District covers the municipalities of Maayon, Panay, Panitan, Pilar, Pontevedra, Pres. Roxas, and Roxas City; while the 2nd District covers the municipalities of Cuartero, Dao, Dumalag, Dumarao, Ivisan, Jamindan, Sapi-an, Mambusao, Sigma, and Tapaz.

Captivating Capiz: Population

As of the year 2000 survey, Capiz has a population of 654,156.

Captivating Capiz: Language

Hiligaynon is the dominant dialect spoken in the province.

Captivating Capiz: Climate

The province has a 3rd type of climate, seasonal changes are not pronounced. Relatively dry from November to April and wet from May to October.

Captivating Capiz: Industries

The even distribution of rainfall throughout the year and the infrequent occurrence of typhoons make the province highly suitable for agriculture, aquaculture, and other related activities – which explains why these are major industries of the province.

Captivating Capiz: Farms for orchids, various ornamental plants, and different varieties of heliconia supply a thriving cut-flower business that is carving a market niche in Southern Philippine provinces. The land has also proven to be good grazing ground for cattle and for raising swine, goats, and poultry. Its long coastal areas abound with “kapis” shells, which are used in the manufacture of exportable novelty items. Numerous home and cottage industries amply augment household incomes, among which are poultry, livestock raising, handicraft, shell-craft, ceramics, lime processing, garments, farm-tool fabrication, furniture and boat making.

CAPTIVATING CAPIZ: NATURAL WONDERS

Captivating Capiz: Baybay Beach (Roxas City)

Three kilometers from the city proper, this clean black sand beach has beach houses, motorboats for boating and fishing. Also a good place for water skiing.
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Captivating Capiz:
Olutayan Island

30 minute pumpboat ride from Banica Terminal, Roxas City. The waters are crystal clear. Thirty feet below, multi-colored fishes cavort in flashes of blue, yellow, and red colors sliding through colorful seaweeds. The island’s beach is carpeted with tiny crushed shells called cascaho.
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Captivating Capiz: Quipot Cave (Bgy. Burias Mambusao)

30 minute ride over rough roads, it is about 3 km. from the Mambusao Agricultural and Technical College or around 9 km. from the town proper. Wild birds, deer, and wild ducks abound in the place. Near the cave is a stream. The cave consists of many chambers, each at a level different from other chambers. In certain sections, one has to crawl because the space between the roof and cave floor is just two or three feet. There are also sections that seem like a dead end, except for small openings through which only one person can crawl. These holes lead to a chamber as big as a hotel ballroom, which is why it is dubbed as the “Quipot Hilton”. There are plenty of stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is cool inside.
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Captivating Capiz: Napti Island (Pan-ay)

About three to four hectares big, located near Olutayan Island; has white sand, small cave, and abundant shells for necklaces. The beach is inviting. The water is cool and clear and free of troublesome jellyfish the whole year round. A small cave, about 100 meters long, winds several feet below the surface across the island. It commands a breathtaking view of Roxas City and Pan-ay. Fishing enthusiasts and gourmets have a wonderful time here because of the plentiful fish and lobster.
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Captivating Capiz:
Buntod Beach (Pan-ay)

About a kilometer long and is located far from the inhabited section of Pan-ay; one of the cleanest beaches in Capiz; has fine black sand with a beach free of jellyfish all year round; and its water is cool and clear. It is approximately 10 minutes by jeepney, car, and tricycle from the town. It is also accessible by speedboat or pumpboat from any point of Capiz.
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Captivating Capiz: Pilar Cave (Pilar)

One and a half km. from the poblacion by jeepney, tricyle, and car over rough roads. About two years ago, townspeople discovered earthen pots with intricately incised designs. The caves must have been burial sites of pre-Spanish Filipinos. The Balisong Cave where the Capiz revolucionarios routed Spanish soldiers is also found hereabouts. The side of the mountain where the caves are is a spectacular sight. It is grayish-black rock rising 200 ft. to the sky. Plants, orchids among them, hang from the cliffs, blooming in the summer and filling the air with exotic frangrances.
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Captivating Capiz: Casanayan (Pilar)

A fishing village wherein patis and ginamos are made; vast fields of sugar cane, rice, and corn on the 3 km. road from the highway to this place. It has a beautiful 3 km. stretch of fine gray sand beach fringed with palm trees that neatly line the village as a haven for those who seek refuge from the city hassles. Casanayan is a barrio gifted with a bizarre phenomenon - a woman’s dead body that refuses to decay. Maria Basanes died at the age of 47 from a heart attack way back in 1829. When her body was exhumed ten years after her death, it was found intact and well-preserved, which was surprising because her embalming was supposedly good for only 3 days. Now, the dead body, brownish-black and light and hard as wood, stands inside a small hand-me-down. Her forehead has a portion where its skin was peeled off surreptitiously by men who believed it could be a lucky charm in fishing.
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Captivating Capiz:
Tucad Reef (Pilar)

It is 10 km. from the Pilar shoreline; this is a submarine islet of seashells and corals topped with thin layers of sand. When the tide is low the whole island emerges, and with it, shells and corals of different colors - green, red, blue, pink, clear water. From this marine garden, the mountains of Masbate can be seen. Tucad Reef is accessible by a pumpboat or on foot during low tides.
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Captivating Capiz: Suhot Cave (Dumalag)

Situated in Dumalag, Capiz and only 300 meters away from the provincial road. It is actually a series of interconnected caverns of different sizes. At the cave’s arched entrance is a pool of clear, ice-cold water fed by a rock spring from within the cave. Further on, however, is a crack in the rocks where sulfurous water comes out. Suhot is believed to have a connecting tunnel to the Badiang Cave in Dumarao since both caves are found in the same mountain only 6 km. apart from each other, although Badiang is on a higher elevation. On the other hand, entrance to Badiang is hidden by dense jungle. In pre-war days, phosphate was said to have been extracted from the cave but it was a short-lived effort.
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Captivating Capiz: Igang Cave (Maayon)

A limestone cave found in Tapulang, Maayon, around 7 km. away from the poblacion or a 15 minute ride by car or jeepney. It has several entrances at different levels which lead to a central chamber and fan out again to different passages. Big star-like structures connect upper portions to the central chamber, which is well lighted and well ventilated. A gradually sloping passage, 7 feet wide and a foot high, takes one to the lower chamber, which unlike the upper and central chambers is dark. The floor here is covered with guano which townspeople use as fertilizer. The cave has stalactities and stalagmites.
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Captivating Capiz:
The Coves of Ivisan (Brgy. Basiao & Brgy. Balaring)

10 km. or 30 minutes by jeepney, car or tricycle over rough roads from the town proper. These two barangays have cornered the white sand beach coves in the whole Capiz. In Basiao are the following coves: Marangcalan, Dinogmaan, Patyo, and Basiao.
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Captivating Capiz:
Suhoton Caves

Located in Jamindan, it has several multi-layered chambers in its vast interior. Inside one chamber is an altar-like formation surrounded by stalagmites that seem like giant images in silent repose. Some chambers are as big as hotel ballrooms or cathedrals.
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Captivating Capiz: Mantalinga Island

Nearby Mantalinga Island, which is a kilometer away from the shoreline of Baybay beach, has been identified by the Department of Tourism as an ideal spot for scuba divers and a perfect rotunda for sailboat (dilayag) and kayaking contests. Recently named “Good Luck Island” by DOT consultants, the place is believed by the local fisherfolk as source of luck when names of their fishboats are written on the side of the island before it goes fishing for the first time.
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Captivating Capiz:
Pan-ay Church

This awe-inspiring church is a monument to past Spanish grandeur in Pan-ay town. Almost a small fortress, it is about 250 ft. long and 80 ft. wide with 9-ft. thick walls of coral blocks. The floor is colored marble that shines in subdued tone in misty light. The central altar is an elaborately sculptured retablo of silver and hardwood in florid Baroque style. The lateral altars have intricately carved tiers of niches for images of saints. Sta. Monica is the patron saint. The church’s five story belfry shelters a huge antique bell surrounded by 8 smaller bells. Shrouded with many enchanting tales, the huge bell holds more fascinating truth. It was cast from 76 sacks of coins believed to have been contributed by the citizens of the town. Its mammoth size holds a staggering record. It is seven feet in diameter and weighs 10.4 tons. In fact, it is estimated to be the largest in Southeast Asia.
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Captivating Capiz:
Dumalag Church

It is 200 feet long and 50 feet wide. The walls are 3 feet thick and made of yellow sandstone. It has two doors at its side and one main doorway in front. There are six arched windows at each side with columns between them reaching to the roof. There are also small buttresses at the sides. The facade is decorated with small columns. At the front left side of the church is the 5-story belfry housing 5 bells of different sizes, all made in 1881. The church’s interior is shaped like a cross. The church was finished in 1872 when Fr. Andel Abasolo was parish priest of the town.
Captivating Capiz

Captivating Capiz: Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Cathedral

One of the oldest in Panay Island, the church is a silent witness to events that have unfolded in the city over the past centuries. Its imposing view is being complimented by its location which is beside the city plaza fronting the Panay River and the old Capiz (now Roxas City bridge). Fiesta lights add glitter to the church.
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Captivating Capiz:
Mussel Farm (Sapian)

Ten kilometers north of the town’s commercial hub, out in the sea, this mussel farm patiently lies like a silent picture of a thousand bamboo stilts arrayed 6 feet apart into the briny water. However, each bamboo pole stuck through the sea floor 6 to 7 feet deep yields hundreds of fat dark green mussels neatly arranged like dark distended leaves sprouting heavily on top of each other. One gets to this sea farm by means of pump boats, dugouts or rafts from Sitio Angkin.
Captivating Capiz

Captivating Capiz:
Sinadya sa Halaran

One of Roxas City’s most important annual events is the Sinadya sa Halaran festival. A fusion of two festivals – “Sinadya” (City) and “Halaran” (Province) which literally means joy in sharing and thanksgiving. It is celebrated on December 4-8 to commemorate the religious activities that embody the true CapiceƱo spirit. The highlights of the celebration are the Dancing Parade, ”Higantes”, Fluvial Parade, Fireworks display, Mutya sa Halaran beauty pageant, Coronation of the Fiesta Queen, and Agri-Aqua Trade Fair.
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Captivating Capiz:
Balintawakan Festival Pontevedra.

Balintawakan is a simple gathering, mostly of senior citizens of Pontevedra, Capiz who are sentimentally bound together to an unwritten commitment to preserve a simple tradition which began long ago and was only interrupted by WWII. Every December 31 people hold a Binayle at the town’s public market. Its highlight is the search for Miss Balintawakan as the Festival Queen. The event is capped by a Rigodon de Honor. The Filipino costume called Balintawak is the official attire of the womenfolk participating in the affair.
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Captivating Capiz:
Birthplace of Manuel Roxas (Roxas City)

Located in the city proper; a two-storey hardwood and stone house of First Philippine President Manuel Roxas, now a historical shrine.
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How to create blog good keywords in content

Keywords in Content

Usually this shouldn’t become a point a searcher will notice, but a search engine definitely does. Keyword density is the ratio of keywords against the total number of words in your content. Your content should have a maximum of 5% keywords on your whole article. Five percent is not a low percentage: 1 on the 20 words should a keyword.

Anyway, you shouldn’t forget you are writing your content for your readers. Just don’t stuff your article full of keywords if that makes the story uninteresting to read. You should use keywords where they fit in and here’s another thing, if you use too many keywords you will be punished by the search engines for keyword stuffing.
Keywords in Tags

Search engines see the HTML of the content and they mark some words surrounded by tags as more important then others. h1, h2, h3 tags will tell your visitors they are the title of an article, the chapters or the sub-chapters. The search engine scans a page in the same way and therefore those h1, h2 and h3 tags will be marked as more important. Read more about heading tags here.

But there are more more-important tags. strong and italic(em) tags are more important then your normal paragraphs, because they tell your visitors they are more important. Those words jump out of the paragraph because there is more weight on them. The search engine values those words in the same way: they are more important. Many other “special” tags are valued different by search engines.

So, putting keywords in special tags will only value those words as more important, which is great for you if it’s used correctly.

Keywords are important in Search Engine Optimizing

You have learnt why keywords are important for your search engine results. The secret is to use keywords in a responsible, yet effective way to use the search engines in your advantage. You should do that!

How to create blog good specified keywords

Specified Keywords

You can specify the keywords you would like to have your article ranked on. The search engines use that (together with the keywords in the title and description) to determine what you page is about. The META keyword tag doesn’t work in Google, but Yahoo! still uses this tag. It doesn’t do much, but everything can help.

I recently learned you should use every keyword you add to this META tag only once, because a search engine links every keyword to each other. Back to our example, the following META tags do the same for your article, and the first one isn’t very good. The second one is better.

November: Scary?

Before the 1st day of November in last day of October, the night of that day is the HALLOWEEN celebration. Common Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, ghost tours, bonfires, costume parties, visiting "haunted houses", carving Jack-o'-lanterns, reading scary stories and watching horror movies. This practice is mostly done in America, in the Philippine some of the people having their own Halloween party.

On the next day is the All Saints day, the feast commemorates all those who have attained the beatific vision in heaven, while the next day, All Souls' Day, commemorates the departed faithful who have not yet been purified and reached heaven.

In Philippine culture, every All Souls day of the year the families of those who past aways go to the cemetery to clean the place and give flowers and lighting candle for remembering them and some are staying for a while to pray for the souls of their past aways. Some are reunited for them to see their special person remebering, they prepare food or should i say kakanin.

In the Philippines, if we say November, they say that this is the month of ghost. Mostly shows in TV every November is about ghost stories and some unnatural things. Some also said that November is a Days of scaryness but, this is not true. Being scared is only in the mind.

But november is one of my happiest day because our family will be having our reunion and we will having a a field trip and semestral break in or school. the nesxt month well be the December and if we talk about Decmber, its Christmas Holidays

How to create blog good keywords in the description

Keywords in the Description

A searcher will see a description in the search engine results right under the title, and it’s a important factor that makes people click your link. You should also include you most important keywords here as well, but make the description an explanation of your title. If people aren’t sure your article is helpful for them, use the description to convince them.

Keywords in the description doesn’t help you rank better, it just gives more information about your page to the search engine user.

What is a good description? Let’s go back to our example: “Effective Colors in Webdesign”. We could use “With this article you will be provided excellent examples on how to use colors in webdesign. Colors which are effective and awesome to see.”. If our example article is about this subject, it will give you an explanation of the title, right?

How to create good blog title keyword

Keywords in the Title

Using the right keywords in your title tag can produce the results you are looking for. If people search on a relevant keyword your descriptive title tag will seduce people to click on your link. A title is the first thing the searcher sees in a search result and if that title includes the keywords they are looking for, they might click the link.

But what is the right title format? You should always use the most important keyword(s) in your title because that’s where people are looking for. For example, if you article is about webdesigncolors, and you could name your title “Effective Colors In Web design”. You have written an interesting title, and you used the most important keywords.


How to create blog good title tag

Guidelines for selecting good Title tag

* Each page in the website must have unique title tag
* Each title tag must contain the main keywords which are relevant for that page.

E.g. if the page is about Social Media Optimization then title tag must contain Social Media Optimization keyword in it.

* If there are more than one keywords for a page then most important keywords can be included in the title tag.
* The overall length of title tag should not exceed 120 characters as Google ignores any character after that. Theoretically you can have more characters in it but Google and other browsers will ignore them.
* The home page of a website should contain the main categories or important keywords for the whole of website.
* For the sub pages the main keywords should be on the beginning and main website name should be in the last
* Any word in title tag shall not be repeated more than 2 times. You can combine 2 words to have different combinations.
* Since the title tag contains main keywords for that page, make sure that these keywords are included in the Metatag keywords and also in the contents of that page.
* If title words are not included in the metatag keywords and in content then better remove them. As it might be considered as spam since the title tag conveys the main content of that page.
* Don’t use stop words such as followings. The list of stop word is huge. Stop words are ignored by search engines. No need to remember what are the stop words, just focus yourself on main keywords and you don’t have to worry about stop words.

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