Liga Super 2012 : Selangor vs Kelantan

Ha, tuhlaa semalam orang tgk bola, awak pi dating.. kan tak dpt tgk Liga Super 2012 :Selangor Vs Kelantan. Tapi, takpela, sib baik ade Pak Youtube kite ni, boleh layan balik kan.. You all sokong mana? Selangor ke Kelantan? 
Ha sokong la memana pun janji jgn bergadohh gadoh, kite kan 1 Malaysia.. Ecewah!
Nah mik kau video2 nih..Layaannn



Puas Hati tau!

Bayi berumur 1 tahun 4 bulan melahirkan bayi kembar

Macam tak percaya ja bila jumpa video ni. tp bila tgk mmg betul. siap masuk berita.I always wonder, why all wierd things like this slalu jumpa kat Indonesia? In Malaysia ada, tp takla byk sgt mcm ni. anyway u all can always share video pelik kt sini jugak if ada.


Saudi blogger Hamza Kashgari jailed, may face execution after tweets about Muhammad

Taken from : Google News (click skip the advertisement)

Hamza Kashgari, the young Saudi blogger whose foolhardy tweets about Prophet Muhammad left conservative clerics baying for his blood, is a poet and a dreamer, says a former colleague.

“Hamza always liked being alone, he wasn’t a social person,” said a senior editor at Al Bilad, the newspaper Mr. Kashgari used to work for.
“He had a broken look in his eyes and I think that was a sign of sadness or depression. He’s a poet and had a lot of philosophical ideas.”

He said the young writer had learned the Koran by heart and always had good manners, and none of his columns had touched on controversial religious ideas.
Now, the 23-year-old is Saudi Arabia’s most reviled man and could even face execution for blasphemy.
It’s all because of three tweets of an imagined conversation with the Prophet Muhammad.
Writing on the Prophet’s birthday, he said he “loved the rebel in you” and he “loved some aspects of you, hated others.”
The reaction on the Internet was swift and vitriolic.
First, there was a flurry of angry comments on Twitter — estimated at more than 30,000 in 24 hours. A Facebook page, “Saudi people want punishment for Hamza Kashgari,” has quickly grown to more than 20,000 members.

“The only choice is for Kashgari to be killed and crucified in order to be a lesson to other secularists,” commented Abu Abdulrahman, an online reader of al-Madina newspaper.

A YouTube video of a tearful Nasser al-Omar, a Saudi cleric, calling for Mr. Kashgari to be arrested and tried went viral.

Abdul-Aziz Khoja, the Saudi Information Minister, responded to the incident via Twitter.
“When I read what he posted, I wept and got very angry that someone in the country of the Two Holy Mosques attacks our Prophet in a manner that does not fit a Muslim.
“I have given instructions to ban him from writing for any Saudi newspaper or magazine, and there will be legal measures to guarantee that.”

In Saudi Arabia, home to Islam’s two holiest sites in Mecca and Medina, such comments could be considered blasphemy and punishable by death under the kingdom’s strict interpretation of Islam.
Spooked by the reactions, Mr. Kashgari deleted the postings after only six hours. But it was too late.
His attempt to flee to New Zealand was foiled by authorities in Malaysia, who detained him in transit. He is now back in Saudi Arabia.

Some observers suggest the country’s conservative clerics seized on Mr. Kashgari’s tweets as a way of pushing back against the modest reforms enacted by King Abdullah. These include allowing women to vote in local elections and to work in lingerie stores.

They also point out Saudi clerics have been quick to realize the potential of the Internet as a tool for proselytizing. They are now among some of the country’s most active tweeters.

Mr. Kashgari is a graduate of the University of King Abdulaziz, with a major in Islamic studies. He left Al Bilad newspaper five weeks before the incident because of disagreements over money and his writing.
Before his arrest, Mr. Kashgari said in an interview with the U.S. news website the Daily Beast he did not think he could ever go home because of the death threats, but was also defiant.

“I view my actions as part of a process toward freedom. I was demanding my right to practise the most basic human rights — freedom of expression and thought – so nothing was done in vain,” he said.

“I believe I’m just a scapegoat for a larger conflict. There are a lot of people like me in Saudi Arabia who are fighting for their rights.”


Whitney Houston Died at the age of 48 : details emerge, autopsy results on lockdown

Died at the age of 48 in Los Angeles on Feb. 11, 2012.
The morning after Clive Davis' Grammy party turned into a celebratory tribute, details surrounding the death of Whitney Houston began to emerge.
The singer was found unconscious and submerged in the bathtub of her room at the Beverly Hilton by her hairdresser Saturday afternoon, according to TMZ. She called security, paramedics were summoned and a bodyguard attempted to resuscitate her via CPR, but Houston was declared dead at 3:55 p.m.

Coroner's officials say they will not release any information on Whitney Houston's autopsy at the request of police detectives investigating the singer's death.
Capt. John Kades says an autopsy on Houston was schedule Sunday but that a security hold prevents him from releasing any details on its status or whether any probable cause of death has been established.
Beverly Hills Police Lt. Mark Rosen said Sunday that his agency may release more details about Houston's death Saturday afternoon on Monday, but it will depend on whether detectives feel comfortable releasing any information.

The singer's death, coming on the eve of Sunday night's Grammy Awards, threw organizers and those in town for the event into a state of shocked disarray.
Even as planners worked to incorporate a tribute to Houston into Sunday night's events, Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow said "a light has been dimmed in our music community today, and we extend our deepest condolences to her family, friends, fans and all who have been touched by her beautiful voice."

In her career, Houston sold over 170 million albums and singles worldwide, with many hit singles. Her lead single, "I Will Always Love You," became the best-selling album by a female artist in music history.
She was the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hits: "Saving All My Love for You," "How Will I Know," "Greatest Love of All," "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)," "Didn't We Almost Have It All," "So Emotional," and "Where Do Broken Hearts Go".

In what appears to have been her last public appearance, Houston attended the Kelly Price & Friends for the love of R& B event at Tru Hollywood on Thursday night.
She arrived with her daughter Bobbi Kristina and walked the red carpet. She took the stage to sing a brief duet of "Jesus Loves Me" before returning to her table. She left with her entourage after the performances.

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Sinopsis - Drama Atas Nama Cinta mula ditayangkan 13 Feb 2012

Can't wait... Next week 13/2/2012 mesti duduk depan TV..

Ok, here is the sinopsis :

"Drama Atas Nama Cinta mengisahkan Ahmad bersama anaknya, Saiful pulang ke kampung halaman selepas melarikan diri daripada pengutip hutang yang mengejarnya. Dikampung, Saiful berkawan baik dengan Cinta. Dia selalu menyelamatkan Cinta daripada menjadi mangsa buli. Malangnya, bapa Saiful buat onar dengan mencuri wang simpanan ibu Cinta, Zahara.

Actor : Shah Iskandar Mahfuz (Saiful/Ghaz), Fiza Halim (Cinta), Shahz Jaszle (Tengku Farish), Wan Shade (Sulaiman), and Roy Azman (Ahmad),Tasha (Balqis)

The acting was located in Perth Australia.. Wauu!!

Don't forget to watch it on TV ya.. lets cry together..huhu.. ""macam biasa drama melayu mesti tangkap leleh punya""

Credit to Puanbee.com for sharing this sinopsis :)

Kadar gaji baru SBPA 2012


(New adjusment of salary increments  according to SBPA Gred N)
Kadar kenaikan gaji baru mengikut SBPA bagi bagi gred N:-

Gred N5-1 (SSM – N11) 850 – 2390 KGT RM 80
Gred N4-1 (SSM – N17) 955 – 2780 KGT RM 95
Gred N4-3 (SSM – N22) 1920-3530 KGT RM115
Gred N3-1 (SSM – N27) 1410-4185 KGT RM145
Gred N3-4 (SSM – N36) 3035-5555 KGT RM180

(New adjusment of salary increments  accordiing to SBPA Gred J)
Kadar kenaikan gaji baru mengikut SBPA bagi bagi gred J:-

SSM J17 = SBPA J4-1 RM  980-RM2805 KGT RM95
SSM J22 = SBPA J4-3 RM1935-RM3545 KGT RM115
SSM J26 = SBPA J4-5 RM2290-RM4040 KGT RM125
SSM J29 = SBPA J2-1 RM1565-RM4340 KGT RM145/150
SSM J36 = SBPA J2-4 RM3035-RM5555 KGT RM 180
SSM J38 = SBPA J2-5 RM3410-RM6140 KGT RM 195
I hope this information is useful.
Credit to facebook Abu Bakar Haji Abdullah


Siti Nurhaliza 2012

Credit to http://www.budiey.com

Siti Nurhaliza was so beautiful in this picture, with fully covered scarf. and she looks slim huh?
hmm thinking of tempah baju raya like her this year..hehehe..
Anyway it is from busana Hazwani Othman.
This picture was taken when Siti went for Konsert Sinar Maulidurrasul Muhammad Al-Ameen at Taman Tamadun Islam, Kuala Terengganuon 4/2/2012.

look so cute!! innocent... love this color...

Blog Azwan Ali : Hacked

Azwan, i discover that your blog has been hacked by this feller.. pity you la azwan. your twitter also been hacked and now your blog. below is the screen capture that i capture when i click on your blog's link.. you have so many secret admire i think..

from the image above, i saw azwan ali comment to the owner of the page. and the Jack Sparrow without feeling any guilty reply to azwan message.. kuikuikui..

PS : after this beware of your facebook...

Funny : Pyar heii kuch kuch hota heiii

Mere pyar hee..mere zindagii...pyarrrrr pyarrrrrrr.......
Translate : Oooo my love, my darling... i hunger for your touch!! loveeee loveeeeee...

Ps : now you'll know why your monthly electric bill increase!


Hanis Zalikha : Recommended Blog

Hanis Zalikha is one of my favorite blogger which I keep follow for the past 2 years. I would like to share it with all of you..I lost track how i know about her.. Owh maybe it is from my friends. An active blog reader. she is the one who recommend me Hanis page. What so special about her blog? or i think the best question is, what is so special about her? 

She's pretty!! 

Thats why i like her.
she do modeling but she still a student.
and the way she present herself shows that she comes from a very good family..
So this is one of an interesting blog that i can share with you all.

Happy reading!!


What is PPC ?

Pay per click (PPC) (also called Cost per click) is an Internet advertising model used to direct traffic to websites, where advertisers pay the publisher (typically a website owner) when the ad is clicked. With search engines, advertisers typically bid on keyword phrases relevant to their target market. Content sites commonly charge a fixed price per click rather than use a bidding system. PPC "display" advertisements are shown on web sites or search engine results with related content that have agreed to show ads. This approach differs from the "pay per impression" methods used in television and newspaper advertising.
In contrast to the generalized portal, which seeks to drive a high volume of traffic to one site, PPC implements the so-called affiliate model, that provides purchase opportunities wherever people may be surfing. It does this by offering financial incentives (in the form of a percentage of revenue) to affiliated partner sites. The affiliates provide purchase-point click-through to the merchant. It is a pay-for-performance model: If an affiliate does not generate sales, it represents no cost to the merchant. Variations include banner exchange, pay-per-click, and revenue sharing programs.
Websites that utilize PPC ads will display an advertisement when a keyword query matches an advertiser's keyword list, or when a content site displays relevant content. Such advertisements are called sponsored links or sponsored ads, and appear adjacent to or above organic results on search engine results pages, or anywhere a web developer chooses on a content site.[1]
Among PPC providers, Google AdWords, Yahoo! Search Marketing, and Microsoft adCenter are the three largest network operators, and all three operate under a bid-based model. [1]
The PPC advertising model is open to abuse through click fraud, although Google and others have implemented automated systems[2] to guard against abusive clicks by competitors or corrupt web developers.[3]

Determining cost per click
There are two primary models for determining cost per click: flat-rate and bid-based. In both cases the advertiser must consider the potential value of a click from a given source. This value is based on the type of individual the advertiser is expecting to receive as a visitor to his or her website, and what the advertiser can gain from that visit, usually revenue, both in the short term as well as in the long term. As with other forms of advertising targeting is key, and factors that often play into PPC campaigns include the target's interest (often defined by a search term they have entered into a search engine, or the content of a page that they are browsing), intent (e.g., to purchase or not), location (for geo targeting), and the day and time that they are browsing.

[edit] Flat-rate PPC

In the flat-rate model, the advertiser and publisher agree upon a fixed amount that will be paid for each click. In many cases the publisher has a rate card that lists the Cost Per Click (CPC) within different areas of their website or network. These various amounts are often related to the content on pages, with content that generally attracts more valuable visitors having a higher CPC than content that attracts less valuable visitors. However, in many cases advertisers can negotiate lower rates, especially when committing to a long-term or high-value contract.
The flat-rate model is particularly common to comparison shopping engines, which typically publish rate cards.[4] However, these rates are sometimes minimal, and advertisers can pay more for greater visibility. These sites are usually neatly compartmentalized into product or service categories, allowing a high degree of targeting by advertisers. In many cases, the entire core content of these sites is paid ads.

[edit] Bid-based PPC

In the bid-based model, the advertiser signs a contract that allows them to compete against other advertisers in a private auction hosted by a publisher or, more commonly, an advertising network. Each advertiser informs the host of the maximum amount that he or she is willing to pay for a given ad spot (often based on a keyword), usually using online tools to do so. The auction plays out in an automated fashion every time a visitor triggers the ad spot.
When the ad spot is part of a search engine results page (SERP), the automated auction takes place whenever a search for the keyword that is being bid upon occurs. All bids for the keyword that target the searcher's geo-location, the day and time of the search, etc. are then compared and the winner determined. In situations where there are multiple ad spots, a common occurrence on SERPs, there can be multiple winners whose positions on the page are influenced by the amount each has bid. The ad with the highest bid generally shows up first, though additional factors such as ad quality and relevance can sometimes come into play (see Quality Score).
In addition to ad spots on SERPs, the major advertising networks allow for contextual ads to be placed on the properties of 3rd-parties with whom they have partnered. These publishers sign up to host ads on behalf of the network. In return, they receive a portion of the ad revenue that the network generates, which can be anywhere from 50% to over 80% of the gross revenue paid by advertisers. These properties are often referred to as a content network and the ads on them as contextual ads because the ad spots are associated with keywords based on the context of the page on which they are found. In general, ads on content networks have a much lower click-through rate (CTR) and conversion rate (CR) than ads found on SERPs and consequently are less highly valued. Content network properties can include websites, newsletters, and e-mails.[5]
Advertisers pay for each click they receive, with the actual amount paid based on the amount bid. It is common practice amongst auction hosts to charge a winning bidder just slightly more (e.g. one penny) than the next highest bidder or the actual amount bid, whichever is lower.[6] This avoids situations where bidders are constantly adjusting their bids by very small amounts to see if they can still win the auction while paying just a little bit less per click.
To maximize success and achieve scale, automated bid management systems can be deployed. These systems can be used directly by the advertiser, though they are more commonly used by advertising agencies that offer PPC bid management as a service. These tools generally allow for bid management at scale, with thousands or even millions of PPC bids controlled by a highly automated system. The system generally sets each bid based on the goal that has been set for it, such as maximize profit, maximize traffic at breakeven, and so forth. The system is usually tied into the advertiser's website and fed the results of each click, which then allows it to set bids. The effectiveness of these systems is directly related to the quality and quantity of the performance data that they have to work with - low-traffic ads can lead to a scarcity of data problem that renders many bid management tools useless at worst, or inefficient at best.

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