Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Analysis on Worldwide Regional Web Search For “”

Analysis on Worldwide Regional Web Search For “”

“” is the official website for B&Q (Block & Quayle), a British multinational DIY and home improvement retailing company headquartered in Eastleigh, England.

Top four regions, measured in the volume they contribute to the web search for “”, are United Kingdom, Ireland, United States and Canada. Still, it receives some acknowledgement in regions like Germany and France. B&Q has a deep-rooted influence in the domestic market in UK with 358 stores since it first founded in 1969; therefore, the largest DIY retail chain’s dominant status is quite reasonable. B&Q is the fourth largest DIY retail chain in Europe; however, the multinational retailing company seems to be quite appealing to Yankees over these years, as the US surpasses other European regions to No. 3.

British cities Sheffield, Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow and Brantford are on the list for the top five hot cites. Sheffield is the third largest English District by population, and was once been placed as top ten best “cities to locate business today’, the retailing market and demand have immense capabilities.

Thursday, June 13, 2013, The Largest Home Improvement and Garden Centre Retailer in UK

TheTODAY/ B&Q is the largest home improvement and garden centre retailer in the UK and Europe and the third largest in the world.

Company facts and figures, along with its Store Support Office address, contact details and links to financial information.

Here you'll find everything you ever wanted to know about B&Q and more...

From the latest company information, press releases and job opportunities through to our work in the community.

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Next day delivery on 1000s of items ordered by 5pm

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An Analysis Report of

An Analysis Report of

   According to related data, From 2004, the search volume of is not
so bad. From 2004 to December 2008, the volume only has some
little fluctuations, the extent is only about 15% at large. From December 2008
to today, the volume has some big fluctuations, even peaked at March 2010,
but decreased dramatically for about 63%. Generally speaking, the trend
of the whole is positive.
   In United Kingdom area, England ranks first in using
Scotland ranks second.

Make A Homemade Trumpet/Bugle

Make A Homemade Trumpet/Bugle

Here's how to make a trumpet out of household items. It sounds just like the real thing, except for the fact that it has no valves.


You will need:

    Small length of garden hose
    Medium sized funnel
    Trumpet mouthpiece (found at any music store) OR use the metal connector at the end
    Duck Tape

Step 1: Prepare hose

Make the hose into a circle. Cut both it's metal head off, and you're ready! Now, tape it as shown in picture 4. If you don't have a mouthpiece, only cut one part off.

Step 2: Funnel and Mouthpiece

Stick the funnel in one end and if necessary, tape it. Do the same with the mouthpiece.

Step 3: Playing

Begin by wetting your lips and press your lips lightly together as if you are about to say "m." Your teeth should be slightly apart. Hold the mouthpiece to the center of your lips, and blow until your lips vibrate. Your lips should be flat and not pursed as in blowing a kiss. Keeping your lips in the same position, move your tongue as if you are about to pronounce the letter "t" (press the tip of your tongue slightly between your teeth without allowing it to stick out of it). Next, slightly withdraw your tongue and simultaneously blow, again creating a vibration. You should just as quickly return your tongue to the "t" position and repeat the steps several times. This movement of the tongue is known as tonguing. Tonguing is important in order to distinctly start and stop between the notes in the music you will be playing. To increase the pitch, you will also need to press your lips more tightly together.
Have fun with your new trumpet/bugle.

Why not DIY a handful of bracelets?


   Weekend, why not DIY a handful of bracelets, of course. Inspired by Shourouk's crystal wristlets, I'll show you how I made my own version with the Trusty ol 'macrame technique.

    You'll need:
    3 yards of 0.8mm Chinese knotting cord
    1 large rhinestone button
    1 small rhinestone button
    embroidery needle

    Cut the knotting cord into one 20 "strand and one 60" strand. Fold the short cord in half and tape the fold onto a working surface. Center the long cord under the two middle strands. Fold the right cord over the middle strands and under the left cord.

    Pull the left cord under the right and middle strands and through the loop on the right side. Pull tightly and slide the knot up to create a small loop. The loop should be able to slide over the small rhinestone button.

    Continue the square knot by folding the left cord over the middle strands and under the right cord. Pull the right cord under the left and middle strands and through the loop on the left side.
    Pull tightly and repeat the steps - left, right, left, right ... Stop knotting at the halfway point.Thread the large rhinestone button onto the 2 middle strands. Continue knotting. Measure the bracelet around the wrist to check the fit. From the first knot to the last, the fit should be rather tight.

    To finish the bracelet, thread each of the side cords onto a needle and sew up the center through 2-3 knots along the backside. Pliers will help pull the needle through the tight knots.

    Then thread the small rhinestone button onto the middle strands. Thread the middle strands through the same knots along the backside.

    Snip all four strands, leaving about 5 millimeters of slack. Burn the tips and with the end of the lighter, press the melted cords onto the backside of the bracelet to seal it.And just liket hat, your bracelet is finished!!

    If the bracelet is a bit too tight, you can always give it a good pull - it will stretch out a bit.Stack stack away!

Let your child diy


   Used to be, if your kid crayoned a portrait of the family dog, you slapped it on the refrigerator for all to see (“all” being, well, the rest of the household). But such small-time exhibition space doesn’t rate anymore, says Vimeo cofounder Zach Klein: Today, children live effortlessly on the world wide web. So too should their creative output.

    Thus was born, a digital scrapbook-cum-social network for kids. How it works: A child makes something, captures it using the app on his parents’ phone (or digital camera), then adds it to a virtual portfolio. He can then show off his work by sharing the portfolio’s URL with his parents and family. Soon, will open up kids’ portfolios so they can scan each other’s assorted doodles, finger paintings, and model Spitfires.

    “What’s remarkable is that kids are aware of the possibilities when they share something on the web,” Klein tells Co.Design. “If kids are going to be online… we feel there’s an opportunity to provide them something special, something that encourages creativity and personality, and even gives them incentive to go offline, too. The world is wonderful, we want to help them discover it, learn from it, and contribute to it.” Which makes the whole thing sound like Baby’s First Deepak Chopra. Here’s a less romantic take, and the real reason why might take off: Children love promoting themselves almost as much as they love being praised. In a ballet recital, they’re more interested in looking at you--and gauging your approval--than in getting the steps right. gives them the biggest stage of all, the web.

    And it isn’t just for the good of young minds everywhere; this is a business. The service is free for now, but eventually, it’ll offer paid memberships with “extra features.” (What exactly, Klein won’t say.)

    Klein runs the site alongside Isaiah Saxon, Daren Rabinovitch, and Andrew Sliwinski--a bunch of self-described “makers and doers”--from a San Francisco storefront (complete with a paw print on the door). How Klein went from Vimeo, a video-sharing site that attracts 65 million unique users a month, to finger painting and paw prints (with stopovers at Boxee and Svpply) is perhaps not as mysterious as it seems.

    As a kid, Klein loved making model railroads, building forts, and writing short stories. As an adult, he prefers the urban woodsman brand of DIY and has constructed a cabin out of old barn wood and maintains the Tumblr “My passion for DIY is driven by what I learned at Vimeo,” he says. “Everyone is able to be creative. And our confidence to be creative flourishes when we’re surrounded by people who positively support it.” There’s something sweetly ironic in that: To do it yourself, you have to do it with others.