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SEO Tactic #1 is apart of a bigger strategy I am using to promote the Barutiwa Newspaper Archive.  This primary tactic consist of listing all of the content of a specific publication and including a description and direct link to the article.  Post the listing to 10 or more distribution points across the web within 24 hours.  Then observe how fast the content appear in major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo.

1.  Editorial: Building An Economic Infrastructure by Baruti M. Kamau
I do not see our problem as racial. It is economic, camouflaged in racial terms to divert our people from becoming producers. White America's racism is supported by their economic domination over our people. That only exist because our people, the African-American, refuse to pursue the path of self-reliance.

2.  Op-Ed: Let's Make A Deal by AbdulRahman Shukurullahi
This isn't to be mistaken for America's favorite game show and certainly not as optional. This deal involves the preservation of a people destined for ruin. Indeed, African Americans serve as the bullseye on this target. Let us examine our course of activity to determine the validity of the focal point suggested. Over the years principles advocated by Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King have not only suffered regression, but pulverized to sheer lunacy with regards to respect, unity and ingenuity.

3.  Commentary: The Ambiguous Politics of the Black Church: An Assessment Part 2 by Michelle Monique Ferguson
As he provides no concrete explanation or cause, Marable shares statistics that the percentage of Black ministers are in a steady decline. Moving to the forefront of community leaders are Black professionals such as lawyers, teachers, businessmen, judges, and physicians. The community is turning to these professionals for guidance on appropriate social behavior in society, as well as to serve as their representatives. Consequently, the influence of the Black clergy has dwindled.

4.  Culture and Islam in Hausaland: Part Three by Bashir Usman Sagagi
The arrival of the Fulani in Hausaland culminated into a new era. These people were a tribe from Senegal who moved eastwards along the River Niger and finally settled in Hausaland. Among them were also other types of Fulani whose main aim was to prpagate Islam. They settled at the palaces of the big Chiefs and began to preach Islam as it should be practiced. They found that the Hausa peoples mixed Islam with alot of paganism...

5.  Letters To The Editor by Barutiwa Readers

6.  Trapped - I'm only one soul by Tosha Evans

7.  One Nation by Ms. Carol White

8.  Emerald Hurrahs by Na'imah Tariq

9.  REBUTTAL by Taalibah

10.  In My Weakness by Ms. Carol White

11.  Genocide by Theresa McClendon

12.  Inverse by Dennis Cutten

13.  The Message by Ms. Carol White

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  b. Online

Islam / Re: What is the position of masturbation in Islam
« on: October 18, 2011, 06:26:55 AM »
It's better to take a cold shower and get your mind on something else.  :)

Islam / Re: No compulsion in religion
« on: October 18, 2011, 06:24:29 AM »
The Prophet Muhammad (570-632)
The 7th century Prophet who changed the world within 23 years.

Islam / No compulsion in religion
« on: October 18, 2011, 06:22:08 AM »
Shaikh Baruti, you asked me how I felt about the Qur'anic precept "no compulsion in religion" as you know this ayat (verse) is quoted from Suratul Baqarah in the Qur'an and it runs thus...

General Board / Barutiwa Newspaper resurrected via Online
« on: October 04, 2011, 04:24:44 AM »
Barutiwa Newspaper resurrected via Online
We are pleased to announce that Barutiwa Newspaper (ISSN 1080-997x) has been resurrected via Online.  Barutiwa Newspaper was a quarterly publication produced between 1992 and 1999 by Baruti M. Kamau in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The publication was a forum in print with a focus on championing the voice of young African Americans.  Today most African American youth are accessing the Web via their mobile phones; so we believe this is the most opportune moment to revive Barutiwa Newspaper online and encourage our youth to transform their mobile phones into a medium to get their voice heard.

We are also building an online archive of all issues of Barutiwa Newspaper published from 1992 to 1999.  We believe the content that was published then is still relevant today and there is a real need to expose newer generations to such content.  We are hoping to develop a highly vocal community centered around discussing that content at our forums.

About Online
The all new Online is a community of self-styled journalists and creative writers championing the values of free speech and a free press in all of its complexities.  Registered members can participate in our moderated forums, obtain an email account, publish a blog, social network and more.

Related items:
Barutiwa Newspaper Archive
Barutiwa Newspaper Forums Online

Science and Technology / Cincy Forums dot com is now a PR4 site
« on: June 28, 2011, 08:56:23 PM »
Cincy Forums dot com is now a PR4 site
After 1 year online we have successfully proven that an seo novice can become an seo master

The owner of, Baruti M. Kamau, is pleased to announce that his website and general forum has been officially ranked by Google as a PR 4 site in just one year of going online.  The highest rank under Google is 10 with 0 being the lowest.  Mr. Kamau founded on June 20, 2010 (Father's Day) and used his forum to self-teach himself Search Engine Optimization (SEO) from a Google perspective.  A testament to Kamau's seo skills is not only expressed by his website's PR but also the PR of individual postings within Cincy Forums such as the PR3 assignment of Kamau's article Build Your Cincy Forums Profile which can be accessed at the end of this missive.  

Mr. Kamau's goal is to create a highly active general forum with a focus on publishing original content and discussions concerning the development of the City of Cincinnati.  In addition, Kamau has transformed into a self-publishing tool for citizen journalists that will index their submissions by the major search engines within 6-12 hours of publication.  To learn more about Cincy Forums please visit the following links:

 - Welcome to Cincy Forums
 - Official Rules for Cincy Forums
 - Create A Personal Homepage Using BB Codes
- Build Your Cincy Forums Profile

About Baruti M. Kamau
Baruti M. Kamau is an African American entrepreneur and citizen journalist. As a writer and publisher, Kamau is primarily known for publishing Barutiwa Newspaper from 1992 to 1999. Currently, Mr. Kamau is building a network of websites focusing on publishing and distributing user-generated content. As an entrepreneur, Kamau is the President and CEO of a development stage company that provides passenger and driver solutions to select urban markets in southern Ohio.

The Arabs are trying to gain the sympathy of the Western world for assistance against their oppressive governments. However, the murder and rape of Black African migrants in Benghazi (East Libya) reduces the value of anti-Qaddafi rebels claim to justice. The rebels lack of liberation virtues and principles will cause the Black World to engender more support for Muammar Qaddafi against his Arab enemies.  - Read more...

Literature / Re: eBook About Liberia by Baruti M. Kamau
« on: February 21, 2011, 01:53:43 AM »
Thank you for expressing interest, IBB.  I'm planning to complete my disquisition on Liberia without a time table, which means it will be worked on gradually until I complete it.  Nevertheless, what I have completed so far helps to add a new slant on Liberia's past and future.  Peace ~

Guestbook & Feedback / Re: Kano Online Mentioned in Article
« on: February 21, 2011, 01:48:42 AM »
Kano Online is indeed interesting.  Thumbs up.  :)

Literature / eBook About Liberia by Baruti M. Kamau
« on: December 17, 2010, 03:21:39 AM »
Liberia: A Black American Perspective

Those who are interested in West African affairs cannot get an accurate grasp without considering Black America's contribution to modern state building in that region of Africa.  Baruti M. Kamau, an African American, in an unfinished book entitled "My Disquisition on the Liberian Political Phenomenon" that was initiated in 1995 writes: "The purpose of my disquisition on the Liberian Political Phenomenon is to trace the origins of the Liberian civil war and explain why Liberia was able to practice a pseudo-democracy with one party rule for more than a century without succumbing to military coup or civil war until relatively recent in their history."  Mr. Kamau goes further early in his disquisition to demonstrate that Black Americans who were second and third generations descended from Black African slaves were instrumental in establishing the seeds to a modern democracy in Africa, specifically Liberia, prior to the European colonization of Africa.

An Analysis of Afro-American state building in West Africa (1822-1995) written by Baruti M. Kamau
a.  Introduction
b.  Party Politics During The Commonwealth Period (1839-1847)
c.  The Rise of Edward J. Roye and Liberia's Down Trodden

Guestbook & Feedback / Kano Online Mentioned in Article
« on: December 14, 2010, 02:28:14 AM »
To whom it may concern:

Your website, Kano Online, was listed number 1 of 13 in an article about online distribution of user-generated content.  The article says that your site is of interest to citizen journalist and webmasters.  I think you should consider the write-up as an honorable mention; thus a pat on the back for good work.  Congratulations, Kano Online.

From News Sources / Tariq Aziz To Face Execution
« on: October 27, 2010, 06:46:48 AM »
Tariq Aziz To Confront Execution by Hanging
Written by Baruti M. Kamau for Cincy Forums News Wire

On Tuesday, October 26, 2010 Baghdad's Supreme Criminal Court sentenced Iraq's former foreign minister and deputy prime minister, Tariq Aziz, to death by hanging.  Mr. Aziz, 74, the only Christian to accomplish a high position under Saddam Hussein's government believes the verdict handed down against him today is a revenge judgement from a vindictive Shiite-led government.  Aziz was accused of participating in the persecution of Shiite Muslim dissidents in the 1970s and 1980s before his promotion to foreign minister and deputy prime minister.


Science and Technology / Re: The enormous potential of wind power!!!
« on: July 25, 2010, 06:43:03 PM »
I think wind power would function more efficiently in African cities that border the Atlantic Ocean.  Just my opinion.  Any comments?

General Board / Pregnant KFC Manager Beat Up
« on: July 25, 2010, 06:39:20 PM »
The following is a link to a discussion about a pregnant Chinese worker getting beat up by an irate customer @ work.

Literature / A Dynamic Discovery Of The Human Mind
« on: May 06, 2010, 07:58:01 AM »
In this un-published article, Baruti M. Kamau, explores a revealing journey into the power of the human mind.  He makes an effort to acquire the basic process on how the mind functions when it is trying to manifest an idea into reality.  Mr. Kamau was 21 years-old at the time of this writing.  The article was originally written on January 4, 1991.  It is un-published.  This is the first time the article "A Dynamic Discovery Of The Human Mind" has been published and distributed via the World Wide Web.

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