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Key words for RTI India!

Chose the popular keywords for Right to Information Search  

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  1. 1. Chose the popular keywords for Right to Information Search

    • RTI India
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    • RTI India Portal
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    • Right to Information
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    • Right to Information India
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    • RTI
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    • CIC
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    • how to file RTI application
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    • Information Officer
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    • CPIO/PIO/CIC
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Hello,

I was wondering what keyword are you going to search when you want to search for RTI Act.

 

Kindly resond to the poll as well as this thread to give us some hint of better Search Engine Optimization.

 

Already if you search:

"RTI India' in Google/Yahoo/MSN rtiindia.org will be in 1st position.

If you Search

"RTI India Portal", then also you will find rtiindia.org as the top search results.

 

However, I have not optimized the site for better Search Engine Optimization for 'Right to Information'

 

Also with 'Right to Information India', rtiindia.org would land up to 6-7th Position.

 

if you guys can help me generate the popular keywords, or if you say 'RTI India' is enough key word for search, I would be happy. :)

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The term RTI is now sufficiently popular to refer to Right To Information, thanks to the publicity given by the media, during the last more than one year. Therefore I feel that RTI India is enough, since our website is already popular under that name with three different search engines.

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Thanks Ganpat, I had submitted RTI India to the guruji website. But I guess, the search engine would find us soon with strict codes, disciplined forums and organized layout. :)

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I believe RTI is good choice.

What about information and India?

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With our sustained efforts and good codes, RTI India has reached on top of google search, taking over even Ministry of Personnel, RTI main government portal and others.

See the search results by clicking here!

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As regular members to this portal, we are accustomed to the word RTI. But how many of us remember the search word that we used to land up at this portal for the first time? Frankly at this point of time, I do not recollect whether I used the word RTI or" right to info" or some other word.

 

I feel it would be better if this question is answered by new members. We can also consider adding a query in the new member registration form to this effect so that they willl be able to provide the correct answer when their memory is still fresh.

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Thats a very good suggestion Ganpat,

New Members will be able to throw some more light into the searching pattern used as the search engine directed hits are maximum in our community.

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:eek:In my view RTI is becoming the most familiar term. But let us use all available options.

 

Incidentally, I was wondering if you had read the following report in The New Indian Express on February 12, 2008. Since I do not know where to post it I am posting it here.

 

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RTI pleas go unanswered for eight months

Tuesday February 12 2008 00:55 IST

JEEVA, The New Indian Express

CHENNAI: The Chennai Collectorate seems to have landed in the dock for inordinately delaying in providing information sought under the Right To Information (RTI) Act eight months ago.

 

The RTI law stipulates 30 days time for replying to RTI applications else the official concerned is liable to pay a fine of Rs 250 for every day of delay.

 

R Natarajan of Raja Annamalaipuram submitted three applications to the Collectorate on June 16, 2007, asking for details about the action taken to remove certain encroachments on Anna Salai, St Mary’s Road and Chamiers Road.

 

As he did not receive a reply, he moved the State Information Commission against the Collectorate. Natarajan alleged that a portion of government land at the Chamiers Road-Boat Club Road junction has been encroached upon by a dealer of Bharat Petroleum.

 

And a government land opposite to SIET College on Anna Salai was in the possession of Voltas Limited, he said. The company wrote to the government long ago to take over the land, but the authorities did not take possession of it, the applicant said.

 

His third application pertains to the non-removal of encroachments by around 20 shops at St Mary’s Road- TTK Road intersection, which made widening of the road there impossible.

 

Many area residents suspect influential persons are blocking the reply. When contacted, a senior revenue official in the Collectorate claimed that due to their work burden they could not respond to the application but now they have the replies ready.

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Dear Shri prk, Thank you for your views on the Key Words for RTI India.

 

By the way, all news reports that our members come across are filed by them under " RTI News & Discussions". The New India Express Report which you have mentioned above has been reported by our esteemed member Karira in the thread: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/2909-rti-pleas-go-unanswered-eight-months.html

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Apart from 'RTI' there's another acronym called RIA. Even 'RTI+RIA' combination returning a search page result with RTIINDIA.ORG at the top.

 

The terms RIA is used mainly by the Banking PAs taking the cue from RBI.

 

As far as I recollect I used "RTI India" to land in RTIINDIA.org.

 

I got it from http://www.google.com/history/lookup?

 

 

Siddharth

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ok! I am putting the top keyword people searched from google that brought to RTI India in recent times:

  1. interesting cases in rti act
  2. income tax refund
  3. hp gas
  4. Right to Information act
  5. passport renewal
  6. provident fund withdrawal
  7. rti act
  8. ration card chennai
  9. right to information
  10. epf balance
  11. income tax refund india
  12. epf hyderabad
  13. cpio income tax department
  14. dopt
  15. registrar of cooperative societies maharashtra pio
  16. income tax refund status
  17. rti in court of cjm
  18. rti in india
  19. right to information india
  20. bank transactions

Interestingly no visitor searched around 'RTI India' :(

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Once RTI is entered in the Google Search box with the India button below, the information displayed is expected to be on RTI India. Such a selective search takes away a lot of unwanted links.

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I think no further tinkering is needed in search engine optimisation for RTI India.

 

As such RTIINDIA.ORG is ranked First with the following Major search engines for search terms "RTI India" or RTI India (Without quotes).

 

Google (#1)

 

MSN (#1)

 

Yahoo! (#1)

 

Altavista (#1)

 

Lycos (#1)

 

AOL (#1)

 

Netscape (#1)

 

That covers more than 90% of all search engine traffic.

 

A job very well done by RTIIndia.Org Team.:)

 

Sidharth

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frankly, I beleive that there is no need for further discussion. One thinks of ideas for keyword when it is to begin,not when some word has already become known ,respected, admired brand name : RTI INDIA. let us enjoy it,and strenghened it further.:)

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Just checked today on Google at about 1100 Hrs:

 

rti india 1st position

right to information 20th position (page 2)

right to information india 6th position

right to information act 17th position (page 2)

right to information act india 8th position

rti act 16th position (page 2)

rti act india 4th position

information india NIL

information act NIL

information act india 25th position (page 3)

india information law NIL

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RTI India was the site I stumbled upon in Jan 2007 when I was looking for RTI case histories to fight out with an Insurance company,and since then I just click the same from my Favourites and continue.This must be the case with many others too, presumably . RTI India ,these past six months or so,has become synonymous with the word "RIGHT", in its broadest sense, common citizens seeking information on anything to everything - and weighted solutions/ remedies provided by the best in community service ,with open arms ,till feedback is received on success stories;a great reward for the team .

 

Where is the scope for change?

 

RTI India stays as it is.

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Will it be right ?

 

"PROMULGATE RTI" or

"EFFECTIVE ACCESS TO INFORMATION"

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Right to information

 

 

and

 

right to information india

 

are giving us a rank of 4 or 5 on Google.

 

 

While

 

 

RTI

 

or

 

RTI India

 

is giving us a rank of 1 or 2.

 

 

RTI act

 

gives us Nr. 8 on google.

 

 

rti act india

 

gives us Nr. 7 on google.

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