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Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Not just India
« on: April 28, 2011, 08:54:31 PM »
  Hello, Alexa Internet friends!
 Glad to inform you that there is not just a new rank for http://www.seo-forum-seo-luntan.com about India, but also a new ranking record for us.
Look at this baby ;D :
Alexa Traffic Rank 

611,227 网站流量排名

seo-forum-seo-luntan.com的 Alexa 网站流量排名:

最近七天平均 348163
最近一月平均 347203
最近三月平均 611227

73.3% China
14.2% India
12.7% OTHER


  All these look good! Best wishes to you, Chinese, Indian and OTHER friends of seo-forum-seo-luntan.com !  :D

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Alexa traffic rank | 网站流量排名
« on: April 26, 2011, 09:11:18 PM »



Alexa Traffic Rank:  641,502
 Traffic Rank in CN:  47,105


 Congratulations! Be happy, Alexa Internet fans!

Other topics / Database Error: Got error 28 from storage engine
« on: April 26, 2011, 08:18:50 PM »
  Well, it was a "Database Error: Got error 28 from storage engine". Right now the forum is already all right. Mr. SEO probably will explain the error 28 to us.

Health / A very good info for
« on: April 21, 2011, 04:17:00 PM »
There is another, good link from the ncbi.nlm.nih.gov -
about the Dyshidrotic eczema

Health / Dyshidrosis (small blisters on the hands or/and feet)
« on: April 21, 2011, 03:52:46 PM »


(also known as "Acute vesiculobullous hand eczema," "Cheiropompholyx," "Dyshidrotic eczema," "Pompholyx," and "Podopompholyx") is a skin condition that is characterized by small blisters on the hands or feet. It is an acute, chronic, or recurrent dermatosis of the fingers, palms, and soles, characterized by a sudden onset of many deep-seated pruritic, clear vesicles; later, scaling, fissures and lichenification occur. Recurrence is common and for many can be chronic. Incidence/prevalence is said to be 1/5,000 in the United States. However, many cases of eczema are diagnosed as garden-variety atopic eczema without further investigation, so it is possible that this figure is misleading.

This condition is not contagious to others, but due to its unsightly nature can cause significant distress in regard to social interactions with others.

The name comes from the word "dyshidrotic," meaning "bad sweating," which was once believed to be the cause, but this association is unproven; there are many cases present that have no history of excessive sweating. There are many different factors that may trigger the outbreak of dyshidrosis such as allergens, stress, or seasonal changes. Emotional stress may also further aggravate the condition.


Small blisters with the following characteristics::

Blisters are very small (3 mm or less in diameter). They appear on the tips and sides of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles.
Blisters are opaque and deep-seated; they are either flush with the skin or slightly elevated and do not break easily. Eventually, small blisters come together and form large blisters.
Blisters may itch, cause pain, or produce no symptoms at all. They worsen after contact with soap, water, or irritating substances.
Scratching blisters breaks them, releasing the fluid inside, causing the skin to crust and eventually crack. This cracking is painful as well as unsightly and often takes weeks, or even months to heal. The skin is dry and scaly during this period.
Fluid from the blisters is serum that accumulates between the irritated skin cells. It is not sweat as was previously thought.
In some cases, as the blistering takes place in the palms or finger, lymph node swelling may accompany the outbreak. This is characterised by tingling feeling in the forearm and bumps present in the arm pits.
Nails on affected fingers, or toes, may take on a pitted appearance.
Causes of dyshidrosis are unknown. However, a number of triggers to the condition exist:

Dyshidrosis has been historically linked to excessive sweating during periods of anxiety, stress, and frustration. However, many cases present that have no history of excessive sweating, and the hypothesis of dyshidrosis as a sweating disorder is largely rejected. Some patients reject this link to stress, though as a trigger of vesicular eruption it cannot be overlooked, as with other types of eczema.
Vesicular eruption of the hands may also be caused by a local infection, with fungal infections, like Athlete's foot being the most common. Sunlight is thought to bring on attacks: Some patients link outbreaks to prolonged exposure to strong sunlight from late spring through to early autumn.{dyshidrosis yahoogroups.com}. Others have also noted outbreaks occurring in conjunction with exposure to chlorinated pool water or highly treated city tap waters.
Antibacterial soaps, fragrances, and contact with fruit juices or fresh meat also can trigger outbreaks of dyshidrosis, as with other types of eczema.
Systemic nickel allergies may be related such as foods with high nickel content - cocoa, chocolate, whole grains, and nuts.
Allergic reactions may be attributed to soy, caffeine in coffees, teas, and carbonated beverages.
Allergic reactions may be attributed to the use of Dairy products - milk, butter, cheese, yoghurt, icecream.
Allergic reactions may be caused by ingestion of alcohol; the dehydrating effects of alcohol may exacerbate the severity of the fissures and cracking.
Keeping skin damp will trigger or worsen an outbreak. For this reason, people with dyshidrosis should wear gloves, socks, and shoes made of materials that "breathe well", such as cotton or silk. Certain fabrics may greatly irritate the condition, including wool, nylon, and many synthetic fabrics.
Inherited, not contagious. Often, patients will present with other types of dermatitis, such as Seborrhoeic dermatitis or atopic eczema. For this reason, among others, dyshidrosis is often dismissed as atopic eczema or contact dermatitis.
Can be the secondary effect of problems in the gut (or alternatively, it can be the cause of secondary effects of problems in the gut). Some sufferers claim diet can ease symptoms (relieving internal condition of IBS or intestinal yeast infection).Also Inflammatory bowel diseases of Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
Bandages, plasters or other types of skin-tapes may be irritating to dyshidrosis and should be avoided. As the skin needs to breathe, anything that encourages maceration of the palms should be avoided. If the 'wounds' are raw enough to warrant covering, pure cotton gloves or gauze should be used. Liquid Band-Aid brand bandage may be tolerated and helpful, refer to the Treatment section, below.
Latex and vinyl gloves may increase irritation.
Multiple chemical sensitivity
Allergic reaction to Cr(6+) compounds (potassium dichromate and other leather preservative)
Dyshidrosis can sometimes even be caused by dust mite allergies, with sufferers having to wash and change bedding weekly, sometimes even every 2 days or even every day, to combat symptoms.
Balsam of Peru is a common irritant among sufferers of hand eczema, and even more so for people with dyshidrotic eczema.
Allergy testing is a contested subject among eczema communities. Some dermatologists posit that, if a sufferer is allergic to a substance, then a general allergy test on the forearm will suffice. However, others believe that, with conditions like dyshidrosis, the suspect substances must be applied to the affected area to induce a reaction. Whole-blood allergy tests (i.e., Alcat) can prove to be more effective in determining an allergy, as the effects of an allergic reaction are often slow and cumulative, not immediate. It is often seen in people already susceptible to allergies and/or asthma.
There are many treatments available for dyshidrosis. However, few of them have been developed or tested specifically on the condition.

Cut nails as short as possible, cleaning under and around them daily with baking soda. Apply a paste of baking soda and water to the affected areas, twice a day for three days. After 5 minutes, rinse and carefully pat dry, paying special attention to the area in between the fingers or other possible places where moisture may remain. If rash spreads to a new area, recommence, applying to both old and new areas, leaving a large border around affected areas. Continue to clean hands daily with baking soda for a week, paying special attention to the areas around and under the nails. Avoid scratching, as this will cause rash to spread.
Topical steroids - while useful, can be dangerous long-term due to the skin-thinning side-effects, which are particularly troublesome in the context of hand dyshidrosis, due to the amount of toxins and bacteria the hands typically come in contact with.
Nutritional deficiencies may be related, so addressing diet and vitamin intake is helpful.
Potassium permanganate dilute solution soaks - also popular, and used to 'dry out' the vesicles and kill off superficial staphylococcus aureus but it can also be very painful. Undiluted it may cause significant burning.
Domeboro (OTC) helps alleviate itching in the short term, and can help to quicken the natural healing process. The active ingredient in Domeboro is aluminum acetate, also found in Burow's solution, an OTC antistringent available at most drug stores. Either product is effective in helping to dry out the blisters, which leads to faster healing. Affected areas should be soaked in Domeboro or Borow's solution for 20–30 minutes several times a day to be effective.
Emollients during the drying/scaling phase of the condition, to prevent cracking and itching. While petroleum jelly may work well as a barrier cream, it is not absorbed into the skin and does not allow it to breathe, so may actually be less helpful.
Salt soaks - maintaining palms for 40 minutes to an hour immersed in a salt solution of 1/4 salt dissolved in water. Repeating treatment for 3–4 days or additionally if required. It is best to soak only the palm and avoid exposing the top of the hand to the saline solution, as salt can severely dry and irritate the skin on the top of the hand.
White vinegar soaks
Avoidance of known triggers - dyshidrosis sufferers may need to abstain from washing their own hair or bodies, or wearing gloves when they do so, however waterproof gloves are often potential irritants.
Zinc oxide ointment
Nickel-free diets
Sugar-free, gluten-free, fruit-free diet
Alcohol-free, caffeine-free diet
When in the scaling phase of the condition, the scales may cause deep cracks and fissures in the skin. Filing (as with an emery board) may help to minimize this.
Stress management counseling
Light treatment: UVA-1, PUVA, Grenz rays, Low-Level Light Therapy using a Red + NIR (LED) combination
Ciclosporin, a strong immunosuppressant drug used to combat dyshidrosis caused by ulcerative colitis
Efalizumab (Raptiva), a medication used to treat psoriasis
Clobetasol Propionate (0.05%), (potent corticosteroid cream or ointment ) has been an effective treatment.
Tacrolimus and Pimecrolimus, immunomodulators often used to prevent organ rejection in topical, ointment form, may be used in severe cases.
Betamethasone Dipropionate, and creams that contain it such as Lotrisone (which also contains an antifungal Clotrimazole) has worked in some cases.
Dapsone (diamino-diphenyl sulfone) is an antibacterial sulfonamide. It has been recommended for the treatment of dyshidrosis in some chronic cases.
Unbleached cotton gloves may be used to cover the hands to prevent scratching and vulnerability of the skin to bacteria
Plantain (Plantago major) infused in olive or other oil can be soothing.
Frequent application of a barrier cream can protect against irritants while allowing the skin to breathe.
Avoid metal computer keyboards and track pads that contain nickel.
When affect area is itchy, apply a mixture of hemp oil and vaseline, cover with finger condom. Replace every two hours and leave uncovered for a half-hour between applications.
Ingest 1-4 tablespoons of hemp oil daily. Use straight or mixed with other substances, like a smoothie.
Anti-histamines: fexofenadine up to 180 mg per day.
Many sufferers of dyshidrosis will find that treatments that were previously suitable for them no longer work or have induced sensitive reactions, which is common in most types of eczema.

It may be prudent to wear light cotton gloves while reading newspapers, books, and magazines. The inks and paper may irritate the condition.
Wash affected hands and feet with cool water and apply a moisturizer as soon as possible. While hot water seems to kill the itch, it may aggravate the condition.
Avoid moisturizers that contain water (cremes and lotions). Stick with ointments. Use only thin applications of ointments, as excessive amounts of ointment may restrict breathing of the skin and aggravate the condition.
Aloe Vera may be applied after cleaning hands
When itchy or inflamed, 100% lavender oil can be applied occasionally to soothe and reduce irritation for those not sensitive to the oil, making sure to pat excess oil with a tissue. A patch test on the wrist is recommended before application to the palms.
Saline solution for washing hands may be very useful.
Avoid soaps with Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS). Many pump-style soaps and common shampoos contain SLS.
Toctino' alitretinoin 9-cis-retinoic acid has been approved for prescription in the UK. (08/09/2008) This is specifically used for chronic hand eczema.It is made by Basilea of Switzerland (BAL 4079)
Rinsing the affected areas briefly in surgical spirit is very effective. It will work to clear up the blisters within hours if they have been pricked open first.

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Do you saw it?
« on: April 21, 2011, 01:05:14 PM »
   Hey, guys! Did you see it? It is so higher today!

 Alexa Traffic Rank: 749,795  Traffic Rank in CN: 60,769
I love it! And I love Alexa Internet!

  Wow, wow, wow! What we've got today, Alexa fans? We've got our new highAlexa traffic rank. It is just 789,810 ! And some guys will be interested to know about the CN Alexa Traffic Rank and they will ask: "Alexa, is the seo-forum-seo-luntan.com's Alexa traffic rank in CN higher today?" And I (the person with the nickname "Alexa", who is Alexa Internet big fan and who is one of the admins of this forum for SEO and for non-SEO) will be so glad to inform you that our website's traffic rank in CN is 66,210   8)
 So long, Alexa Internet fans! We'll be waiting for more and more, and more, and more good news for the highest ranking of our SEO and non-SEO forum!
And here is the Alexa.com's link, showing our traffic in English:
Here is the Alexa.com's link, showing our traffic in Chinese:

(789,810网站流量排名  网站流量排名


每日更新   66,210

Alexa (www.alexa.com) / Better ranking in Alexa
« on: April 16, 2011, 12:32:07 AM »
 Our Alexa ranking tonight:

Alexa Traffic Rank 
Traffic Rank in CNhttp://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/seo-forum-seo-luntan.com#


SEO / SEO in forums
« on: April 14, 2011, 02:36:39 PM »
 Yes, it is okay.  ;)

SEO / SEO about China, Czech and South Korea
« on: April 14, 2011, 02:35:14 PM »
  It's really a cool information about the SEO interested and Internet interested people, who wants to know the leading websites or/and search engines in China, Czech and South Korea. Thank you, SEO!

SEO / You're right.
« on: April 14, 2011, 02:30:46 PM »
  You're both right!  :)

SEO / So many ways of increasing traffic to any website
« on: April 14, 2011, 02:28:40 PM »
  There are so many ways of increasing traffic to a website. It's not a problem. For example, according to Alexa traffic rank, the traffic of seo-forum-seo-luntan.com is one of the best in China and also in the world. And we're going to rank higher.

SEO / Increase traffic
« on: April 14, 2011, 02:23:28 PM »
  Hello, Mary!
 I think that Mary is very good in the traffic knowledge, because her site (if it's really hers, i just suppose so) is ranked 126,455 worldwide and:

  United Arab Emirates
  United Kingdom
  United States

 Wish you and your Increaserss.com good luck!

Internet / List of countries of the world
« on: April 07, 2011, 05:33:25 PM »
http://www.listofcountriesoftheworld.com/ - as the domain shows it is a website with a list of countries of the world. There you can learn about "Which countries are there in the world ?"
and "How many countries are there in the world ?"
 You can "View also countries of the world ordered by:
Kilometers of coastline
Square kilometers of land
Square kilometers of water
Birth rate
Death rate
Irrigated land"

 The list contains these 257 countries:

# Country
1 Afghanistan
2 Akrotiri
3 Albania
4 Algeria
5 American Samoa
6 Andorra
7 Angola
8 Anguilla
9 Antarctica
10 Antigua and Barbuda
11 Argentina
12 Armenia
13 Aruba
14 Ashmore and Cartier Islands
15 Australia
16 Austria
17 Azerbaijan
18 Bahamas, The
19 Bahrain
20 Bangladesh
21 Barbados
22 Bassas da India
23 Belarus
24 Belgium
25 Belize
26 Benin
27 Bermuda
28 Bhutan
29 Bolivia
30 Bosnia and Herzegovina
31 Botswana
32 Bouvet Island
33 Brazil
34 British Indian Ocean Territory
35 British Virgin Islands
36 Brunei
37 Bulgaria
38 Burkina Faso
39 Burma
40 Burundi
41 Cambodia
42 Cameroon
43 Canada
44 Cape Verde
45 Cayman Islands
46 Central African Republic
47 Chad
48 Chile
49 China
50 Christmas Island
51 Clipperton Island
52 Cocos (Keeling) Islands
53 Colombia
54 Comoros
55 Congo, Democratic Republic of the
56 Congo, Republic of the
57 Cook Islands
58 Coral Sea Islands
59 Costa Rica
60 Cote d'Ivoire
61 Croatia
62 Cuba
63 Cyprus
64 Czech Republic
65 Denmark
66 Dhekelia
67 Djibouti
68 Dominica
69 Dominican Republic
70 Ecuador
71 Egypt
72 El Salvador
73 Equatorial Guinea
74 Eritrea
75 Estonia
76 Ethiopia
77 Europa Island
78 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
79 Faroe Islands
80 Fiji
81 Finland
82 France
83 French Guiana
84 French Polynesia
85 French Southern and Antarctic Lands
86 Gabon
87 Gambia, The
88 Gaza Strip
89 Georgia
90 Germany
91 Ghana
92 Gibraltar
93 Glorioso Islands
94 Greece
95 Greenland
96 Grenada
97 Guadeloupe
98 Guam
99 Guatemala
100 Guernsey
101 Guinea
102 Guinea-Bissau
103 Guyana
104 Haiti
105 Heard Island and McDonald Islands
106 Holy See (Vatican City)
107 Honduras
108 Hong Kong
109 Hungary
110 Iceland
111 India
112 Indonesia
113 Iran
114 Iraq
115 Ireland
116 Isle of Man
117 Israel
118 Italy
119 Jamaica
120 Jan Mayen
121 Japan
122 Jersey
123 Jordan
124 Juan de Nova Island
125 Kazakhstan
126 Kenya
127 Kiribati
128 Korea, North
129 Korea, South
130 Kuwait
131 Kyrgyzstan
132 Laos
133 Latvia
134 Lebanon
135 Lesotho
136 Liberia
137 Libya
138 Liechtenstein
139 Lithuania
140 Luxembourg
141 Macau
142 Macedonia
143 Madagascar
144 Malawi
145 Malaysia
146 Maldives
147 Mali
148 Malta
149 Marshall Islands
150 Martinique
151 Mauritania
152 Mauritius
153 Mayotte
154 Mexico
155 Micronesia, Federated States of
156 Moldova
157 Monaco
158 Mongolia
159 Montserrat
160 Morocco
161 Mozambique
162 Namibia
163 Nauru
164 Navassa Island
165 Nepal
166 Netherlands
167 Netherlands Antilles
168 New Caledonia
169 New Zealand
170 Nicaragua
171 Niger
172 Nigeria
173 Niue
174 Norfolk Island
175 Northern Mariana Islands
176 Norway
177 Oman
178 Pakistan
179 Palau
180 Panama
181 Papua New Guinea
182 Paracel Islands
183 Paraguay
184 Peru
185 Philippines
186 Pitcairn Islands
187 Poland
188 Portugal
189 Puerto Rico
190 Qatar
191 Reunion
192 Romania
193 Russia
194 Rwanda
195 Saint Helena
196 Saint Kitts and Nevis
197 Saint Lucia
198 Saint Pierre and Miquelon
199 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
200 Samoa
201 San Marino
202 Sao Tome and Principe
203 Saudi Arabia
204 Senegal
205 Serbia and Montenegro
206 Seychelles
207 Sierra Leone
208 Singapore
209 Slovakia
210 Slovenia
211 Solomon Islands
212 Somalia
213 South Africa
214 South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
215 Spain
216 Spratly Islands
217 Sri Lanka
218 Sudan
219 Suriname
220 Svalbard
221 Swaziland
222 Sweden
223 Switzerland
224 Syria
225 Taiwan
226 Tajikistan
227 Tanzania
228 Thailand
229 Timor-Leste
230 Togo
231 Tokelau
232 Tonga
233 Trinidad and Tobago
234 Tromelin Island
235 Tunisia
236 Turkey
237 Turkmenistan
238 Turks and Caicos Islands
239 Tuvalu
240 Uganda
241 Ukraine
242 United Arab Emirates
243 United Kingdom
244 United States
245 Uruguay
246 Uzbekistan
247 Vanuatu
248 Venezuela
249 Vietnam
250 Virgin Islands
251 Wake Island
252 Wallis and Futuna
253 West Bank
254 Western Sahara
255 Yemen
256 Zambia
257 Zimbabwe

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