Emergency Birmingham Services Directory

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General Election 2010 Pros and Cons of a Hung Parliament

Pros: Technically, it is more democratic. Instead of one party having all the power, despite others being voted for, power is shared across the House, so more people’s views are represented. Cons: It’s more likely to collapse due to disagreements. It takes longer for decisions to be made. You tend to get weaker legislation, because those in charge are trying to please all elements of the coalition.

Backlinks

We get so many emails asking for us to link to other sites for a returning link. Take care when considering this as the wrong link could cause you more problems that its worth.

Outbound links are links to another site, have you ever wondered what happens to your page rank when you create links to other sites. If you are now asking yourself what is my page rank then lets start here:-

Google’s ranking influencer, the Google PageRank (PR) is the topic of many discussions in the Search Engine Optimisation World and SEO companies all take account of their observations to sites page ranks.  The way Google PageRank calculation works is not clear as is anything Google do. 

Google PageRank (PR) is calculated for every webpage in Google’s database and this can from 0 to 10. The BBC have a page rank of between 6 and 8 so it is not easy to get a high page rank. We recommend installing Google toolbar with the Page Rank tool enabled to show you Page Rank as you browse. Google keep secret there true PR value but SEO people say it varys from 0.15 to infinite. A true representation is converted to a value between 0 and 10, zero being low to ten being high.

The calculation of the PR for a page is based on many factors such as the quantity and quality of webpages that contain links to that specific page.

Google PR is formed by the following formula:

PR = (1 – d) + d * SUM ((PR(I->A)/C(I))

Where:

  • PR is the PageRank of your page.
  • d is the damping factor which is usually set to 0.85
  • PR(I->A) is the PageRank of page I containing a link to page A.
  • C(I) is the number of links off page I.
  • PR(I->A)/C(I) is a PR-value page A receives from page I.
  • SUM (PR(I->A)/C(I)) is the sum of all PR-values your page receives from pages with links to your page.

So to break this down the Page Rank of a page is calculated by the Page Rank of every page that has a link to your page.

For every page I that points to your page, the Page Rank the pages that point the your page will be divided by the number of links from these pages.

These values are cumulated and multiplied by 0,85. Finally 0,15 is added to this result, and this number represents the Page Rank of your page.

If you want to understand your site further goto Google and Search “Open Directory Project”.

Face Book Advertising

Face book can bring you sales if you create the perfect page. But it costs and we beleive your money is spent better on Google Adwords.

Search Engine Optimisation

SEO companys are miss understood. There are a few that give us good companys a bad name.

We hear so many customers say that they have been warned away from Search Engine Optimisation companys and this is a real shame.

Come to Chameleon and let us provide you with the best SEO possible and no monthly fees.

Britain has a hung parliament in 2010

Britain has a hung parliament following the UK 2010 elections and this has not been seen since 1974, even thou the Conservatives took the majority of seats which mean they are the largest party.

The Conservatives have won 290 seats so far but can not now reach the 326 needed to win an overall majority vote. There are 35 seats remaining to be counted and they need 36 seats to win.

This news is something that will change the face of the UK and it will now be difficult as all parties will have to work together. The Labour and Lib Dem are very similar so this would be much easier. But the Conservatives are more likely to have the opposite view points.

The most interesting point to mention is that the British National Party BNP have moved further forward than any other party other than the Conservatives.

David Cameron ahead, but not enought for outright victory

David Cameron is leading the UK election currently but not enough to for outright victory. It seems that it will be a hung parliment. The Conservative leader made a statement that Labour had “lost its mandate to govern” following one of the biggest swings towards the Tories since the early 1930s.

The final result of the election is which is expected to be confirmed early this afternoon due to more than 20 constituencies not conducting overnight counting.

It has been said that the Queen has not made plans to receive any of the party leaders to form the government until at least later on today.

UK Election Scoreboard Conservative | Labour | Liberal

National Results after 614 of 650 @ 09:38 07.05.2010

Party Seats Gain Loss Net Votes % +/-%
Conservative 290 94 3 +91 10,121,863 36.1 +3.9
Labour 246 2 87 -85 8,175,832 29.2 -6.3
Liberal Democrat 51 7 13 -6 6,416,725 22.9 +1.0

National Election Results after 607 of 650

National Election Results after 607 of 650 @ 08:59 07/05/2010

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    CON 36.2%
    LAB 29.0%
    LD 23.0%
    Others 11.8%