Links to find Bicycling Roads in Croatia

Here are 3 links which will help you to discover Croatia with your bicycle:)

A super personal website:

Google Earth KML track: 

You might need a Croatian friend of Google Translate for this one:

La liste des sites équivalents Le Bon Coin en Europe et ailleurs

Voici la liste des sites équivalents au site de petites annonces Le Bon Coin (également appelé Leboncoin ou

La liste a été mise à jour le 25 juillet 2020.

Petites annonces Allemagne


Petites annonces Angleterre

  1. Londres:

Petites annonces Autriche


Petites annonces Croatie

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Linux shell bash colors : the easy way to change them

#Backup your dircolors file : dircolors -p > ~/.dircolorsrc #Change the color .dircolorsrc : nano .dircolorsrc #If you want to change the directory color to yellow, find DIR 01,34 and change it : DIR 01;33 # directory #Change the .bashrc values : eval “`dircolors -b ~/.dircolorsrc`” export LS_OPTIONS=’–color=auto’


Social Media Manager : How To Be REALLY Successful In SEO

My girlfriend is Social Media Manager and Content Marketing Manager as Freelance for several international brands in Croatia. She asked me today some advices to improve the SEO of one of her clients (I’m SEO Expert since 2009).

If you had to remember one rule as Social Media Manager, when embedded in missions with potential SEO impact, keep in mind one rule, the best trick ever:

Think for the user, start from when he wonders something, then when he makes a research in Google, to the moment you would like him to leave your website.
That’s best SEO practice ever. That’s how your SEO will work. The more your content will be appreciated, the more it may improve your SEO. Enrolled in a linkbuilding mission? Accept only links from high quality content and website!
That means, as Social Media Manager and Content Marketing Manager, spend almost all your time to IMPROVE CONTENT QUALITY and User Satisfaction / User Experience. And you know what? You’ve been hired for that, and you are very good at doing that, I’m sure 🙂

If this rule is too hard to follow, then do at least some easy optimisations:

  • Add the mains keywords naturally in the beginning of you Title, and put it also in the meta description, H1 and in the  main content at least one time in each of them is a good rule. One time is enough in most cases ! Put some variation of the targeted keyword in the body and in the H2, if you want.
  • <Title> : you get found in Google because the users recognize that this page talk about what they are looking for. The same for Meta Description.
  • <H1> : Put it in it, so user knows that he is arrived in the good page, which talks about what he is looking for.
  • <Body> : So Google knows for sure that your page talks about the main keyword you try to rank for.
Mariana asked my opinion about this article.

Here is one part of this article :

SEO magic happens when you identify one keyword to focus on, then put it in the trifecta of permalink, page title, and page description.

Please, don’t write this in 2015 and even less in 2016 (edit: and even less in 2018 !).

1/ SEO rules have changed, and there is, no more than before, any “magic” in SEO. Until now, SEO is based on algorithms, but no magic, please.

2/ URL trick doesn’t work, except for pictures, and in this case, it’s like 0,001 % important.

So, again :

Think for the user first, start from when he wonders something, then when he makes a research in Google, up to the moment you would like him to leave your website.
Looking for some reliable informations about SEO? Start following Rand Fishkin advices, what he says is easy to understand. This guy deserves his popularity in the SEO community.

How-to install mnoGoSearch on Debian Jessie

mnoGoSearch tested with a fresh Debian Jessie 7.5 instance :

sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
#Only jessie distrib
---> deb jessie main
---> deb-src jessie main

#Update package list
sudo apt-get update

#Upgrade distrib with new distrib repository
sudo apt-get upgrade

#Install MySQL & PhpMyAdmin BEFORE mnoGoSearch
sudo apt-get install mysql-server phpmyadmin

#Create a new db
---> create new db db_test_mnogo at http://IP/phpmyadmin/

#Go in the /tmp/ directory for instance
cd /tmp/

#Download mnogoSearch package / Here it's not the last one

#Unpack and install
sudo dpkg -i mnogosearch_3.3.13-1.static_amd64.deb

#Go to the newly created mnoGoSearch directory
cd /etc/mnogosearch

#Backup and rename the conf file
sudo cp indexer.conf-dist indexer.conf

#Setup mnoGoSearch to work with MySQL
sudo nano indexer.conf
---> replace DBAddr  mysql://root:passmysql@localhost/db_test_mnogo/?dbmode=blob
---> add Server near the end of the file

#Go to the exe file directory
cd /usr/sbin/mnogosearch

#Create DB
./indexer -Ecreate
Enjoy :)

Official doc :

How-to Install Elasticsearch on Debian 7 OVH VPS

install python-software-properties :

apt-get install python-software-properties

install a non official repository Oracle Java :

echo "deb precise main" | tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java.list
echo "deb-src precise main" | tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/webupd8team-java.list
apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys EEA14886
apt-get update

install Oracle JDK 7

apt-get install oracle-java7-installer

Download and install the Elasticsearch Public Signing Key

wget -qO - | sudo apt-key add -

Add the following to your /etc/apt/sources.list to enable the repository

deb stable main

Run apt-get update and the repository is ready for use. You can install it with :

apt-get update && apt-get install elasticsearch