Google error – 414 Request-URl Too Large

I am trying to login my gmail account but this is what i am getting.

Request-URI Too Large

The requested URL /accounts/ServiceLogin… is too large to process.

Can somebody help me out in understanding what is it?

I tried on IE and i could login gmail in a normal manner. But this thing is screwing up in Mozilla Firefox. How to fix it..any suggestions?


Google’s Server Down

This is the first time in my life i have seen Google search server going down.It 4:48 pm in India and we dn’t have Goggle to show us our favorite searches.

Google's server down

Google's server down

The Ten Commandments of Googlism

Just came across this wonderful piece of writing by Jay Garmon, a TechRepublic’s professional. I couldn’t stop myself from sharing this through my blog. I found it very interesting; you too will find it much to your amusement…🙂

When someone asks if you’re a god, you say yes!“–the organized practitioners of Googlism have brought forth many of the trappings of more mainstream religions Google is a more useful object of worship than most competing theological entities. After all, Google queries are prayers that actually get answered, though often mysteriously.

And, for good measure, we give you The Ten Commandments of Googlism:

  1. Thou shall have no other Search Engine before me, neither Yahoo nor Lycos, AltaVista nor Metacrawler. Thou shall worship only me, and come to Google only for answers.
  2. Thou shall not build thy own commercial-free Search Engine, for I am a jealous Engine, bringing law suits and plagues against the fathers of the children unto the third and fourth generations.
  3. Thou shall not use Google as a verb to mean the use of any lesser Search Engine.
  4. Thou shall remember each passing day and use thy time as an opportunity to gain knowledge of the unknown.
  5. Thou shall honor thy fellow humans, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or race, for each has invaluable experience and knowledge to contribute toward humankind.
  6. Thou shall not misspell whilst praying to me.
  7. Thou shall not hotlink.
  8. Thou shall not plagiarize or take undue credit for other’s work.
  9. Thou shall not use reciprocal links nor link farms, for I am a vengeful but fair engine and will diminish thy Page Rank. The Google Dance shall cometh.
  10. Thou shall not manipulate Search Results. Search Engine Optimization is but the work of Microsoft.

These commandments are scary for seo service companies.But every marketing person who follows these commandments is blessed by GOOGLE GOD by good page rank and higher google rankings. If you are interested in reading more from Jay Garmon go through this link

Google Sandbox Effects.

We all are aware of Google sandbox effect. For new sites entering the website market Google Sandbox is a great wall. Thus to pass by this wall smoothly and with less of sandbox effects you need to take care of certain things. Read this article to know how you and your SEO Company can protect your site from Google penalties.

1. Try launching your new site on an old or expired domain. This will give your site more chances to be safe from sandbox effects.

2. Place unique and fresh content on your web pages. Rather then uploading your whole site at the same time try uploading only a few pages and let it develop into phases.

3. Gather quality back links for the site slowly and steadily. Don’t rush to get back links from all link farms and irrelevant sites. These will do no good to your site.

4. Try optimizing your site for less popular keywords as gaming on less popular keywords can get you faster search rankings because of low competitiveness.

5. Avoid Back Hat SEO Services and learn Google guidelines by heart while optimizing your website.

Sandbox effects cannot be controlled but can be minimized so as to protect your site from penalties or complete ban by Google. Let your site’s domain age a few months and then start trying your ways to get the top rankings in the search engines. If your site has unfortunately entered into sandbox, there is no other option then being patient and see your site mature in the sandbox circle.

Organic SEO vs. PPC Advertising

All marketing people may wonder which advertising strategy should be adopted to get good ranking and higher ROI through their online business. Is it SEO that will get them higher rankings? But what about the time frame that it requires to get the site up in the organic search results. Or spending money on PPC is the best bet to generate ROI.But will that be consistent enough to let your website have a concrete online backbone?

The answers to these questions have always been perplexing. Let’s read some facts to judge which one is the best for your online business.

1. Pay-Per-Click Search Engine Advertising makes you acquire quick search engine placement by bidding for keywords related to your product or service.

While Organic search engine optimization is acquired by on page and off page optimizations that include link popularity, URL optimizations, content optimizations, competitor analysis etc that helps in acquiring consistent long lasting ranking results.

2. PPC campaigns benefits the most with an immediate boost of leads and qualified visitors generating fast ROI and tracking your conversion rates for websites.

The biggest weakness in natural search engine optimization is the time required to get the search engine rankings. It will take at least 3 months to see your keywords actually playing for your business on search engines. But the ranking would be consistent quality rankings that will last long and bring natural traffic and customers to the sites.

Thus as a matter of fact PPC advertising is good for quick returns with only disadvantage of the bidding cost involved. Whereas long term SEO Services can bring natural traffic and higher and long lasting marketing returns.