Showing posts from December, 2012

advertise on your blog or web and earn money

The Main Types of Blog Advertising Opportunities:

Online advertising offers three primary types of ads bloggers can use to make money from their blogs.

Pay-per-click: The advertiser pays the blogger each time someone clicks on the advertiser's ad.
Pay-per-impression: The advertiser pays the blogger each time the ad appears on the blog's page.
Pay-per-action: The advertiser pays the blogger each time someone clicks on the ad and performs an action such as making a purchase.

Contextual Ads:

Contextual ads are typically pay-per-click ads. The ads are delivered based on the content of the page on the blog where the ads will be displayed. In theory, the ads shown on the page should be relevant to the content of the page thereby increasing the chance that someone will click on them. Google AdSense is an example of a contextual advertising program.Google AdSense and Kontera are examples of contextual advertising oppportunities.

Text Link Ads:

Ads that are not served based on the content of a…

most wanted 19 adsense tips

AdSense Tip 1: Find Best keywords for your content

Before serving ads on a web page, check its keyword density. You can find many free keyword analyzer tools in internet searching the word "free keyword analyzer".

AdSense Tip 2: Improve your keywords

Get keyword suggestions from Google AdWords Sandbox. Get new keywords that can help you improve your ad relevance.

AdSense Tip 3: Make content rich websites

This means that content-rich websites of a popular topic should attract a large amount of ads.

AdSense Tip 4: Write a new page/blog post every day

This is very important. The more content you have, the more visitors you will get. Put an Adsense unit on each and every content page of your site.

AdSense Tip 5: Choose the right AdSense format

The top three AdSense formats are for many webmasters:

336x280 large rectangle
300x250 medium rectangle
160x600 wide skyscraper

Another successful format is the 728x15 horizontal ad links, that can be placed under your navigation bar.

Use "Allowed …

A Freelancer's Performance Review: Strengths and Weaknesses

Earlier in the week we began a discussion of how a freelancer can perform a performance review to help in planning for the next year. Last time we talked about your mission, what you have been doing and what you should be doing. Today, we are doing to deal with one of the classic evaluation areas of a performance review in the workplace. What are your strengths and weaknesses?

StrengthsI always like to start with the positive. This is not just a "warm, fuzzy," it actually has some science behind it. Evaluations which focus primarily on things needing improvement tend to be less effective than those whose primary focus is on reinforcing those things which are being done well.

There was a study done at a workshop several years ago. The participants each received training and were evaluated in their post training performance. Those receiving only negative evaluation (evaluations of things needing improvement) showed the least improvement. Those receiving a mixture of positive an…

Uploading pictures in Blogger

There are two different "ways" of using pictures in Blogger:
1. pictures uploaded in Blogger Post (or gadget/widget)
2. picture used in Blogger HTML layout (for Blog design purposes)

Uploaded pictures HAVE to be stored (hosted) somewhere. When you upload a pic from your computer into Blogger Post, it will automatically be stored in your default Picasa account that comes in a package with your Blogger account....

► in Blogger, you'll click on Upload Image button, Browse for the pic on your comp (machine), and Upload it...
But if you take a better look, you'll notice the other option in Upload pop-up window:
Add an image from the web gives you the option to upload a picture hosted somewhere else on the web (using direct link), be it from your existing Album (Photobucket, Imageshack....), or the one you will create.

"Why do I have two options anyway?"

Picture storage - in default Picasa (pics uploaded from your computer), you have a storage limi…

Tips To Create a Successful Google+ Community

Unlike Facebook, Google plus has still a long way to go in terms of popularity and user profiles. Although Google has had been trying really hard to promote Google plus by affiliating it with all the other products that comes under the same brand, people often find this social network a dry one indeed. An interesting point here is the fact that Google plus offers more or less, a similar flavor to the users that they enjoy using Facebook, there is still something lacking when it comes to moderate the communities effectively. While the moderators seem confused about how to give a boost to their Google+ communities, Google seems to notice it and has now come up with some worth following solutions.
If you are looking for how to create and maintain a Google+ community successfully, you have got the right platform. We will first discuss the Dos’ and Donts’ that you need to take care of in order to attract followers and keep them involved in your community.

What you need to do?
No one likes to …

Make Money Add Banners Ads to Blogger

Banner advertising is FREE. And Banners Do Make Money.
It is no secret that banners make money provided you choose your merchant program carefully and have enough traffic accessing your site. In my experience once you reach around 100 visitors a day is a good time to add a few banners to your blog.

How Do I Make Money from Banners on My Blogger Blog?
Affiliate marketing banners make money for the publisher - that's you. When you place a banner on your blog the affiliate program gives you a snippet of code to add to your template which makes the banner display and identifies you as the publisher. When a visitor clicks on a banner on your website that click is recorded as originating from your site and you make money as a result of that click. Depending on the merchant program that you have signed up for you can earn a commission for providing a lead, or receive a percentage of the sale.

An Example of How Banners Work
After having placed your banner ad on your Blogger blog your site gets…

What is Google AdSense.......?

Google Adsense ad network is a part of Google. It is a program which helps the web publishers (including bloggers) to earn money through displaying content based targeted ads on their sites.This ads are paying according to per-click and per-impression basis. Google gets these ads through Google AdWord and send them to publishers. According to most publishers, Google ad network is the best ad network. As most of my users are interesting in learning about today I am going to start my set of tutorials on Google ads.

Why you are interesting on Adsense....?
As I mentioned earlier Google Adsense is the best ad network I have ever seen. As a web publisher it is a one of the biggest hopes most of the bloggers has. This is because it's high revenue rate for there customers. Unlike some other Advertising programs Adsense have both per-click & per-impression based payment system.

Importance of Adsense
1. High revenue rate.
2. Wide range of ads.
3. More proven to get clicked by readers due to t…

Digital Strategy for B2B: A Primer for 2013

People today engage with brands across multiple platforms and devices. To effectively connect with customers in 2013, companies will need to deliver a consistent, holistic message across multiple touchpoints.

With the new year around the corner, now is the time to think about your company's digital strategy for 2013.

1) Consider the Mobile Experience First, Scale up from There.

2013 will be known for many marketers as the year of the “Post-PC Era.” For the first time ever, total sales of personal computers have declined in 2012 from previous years, and sales of tablets and smartphones are reaching critical mass. Alongside that is the mainstream acceptance of mobile apps and cross-platform web services that many people have integrated into their daily lives and workflow.

In addition to the decline of personal computers, there has been a broader acceptance of  Cloud-based services that are rapidly replacing desktop PCs as being the de facto digital hub for many people, allowing them to…

Axiom, HFD step up on behalf of Operation: Stocking Stuffer


10 Steps to Build Genuine Twitter Followers Fast

The point of a huge Twitter following should not be so you look like some kind of rock star. Ultimately you want real followers who are listening to you presumably because you have something valuable to say. Real Twitter followers make the difference between a trickle and a deluge of traffic. The following are steps we have used on various Twitter accounts to gain genuine followers.

1. Design your twitter page- Take the time to fill out you bio and website on Twitter, and upload a decent headshot or icon so people can see that you are a real person, and decide to follow you. Also consider making a custom background to better convey info about yourself.

2. Wefollow- is a directory of twitter users list yourself under the appropriate categories so like minded people can find you.

3. Hash Tags- Use has tags which look like this: #yourkeyword to describe what your tweet is about people track these and will follow you.

4. Comment, ReTweet, Reply- Engage people in conversation usin…

eset nod32 daily updated username and passwords valid until 2014

ESET Smart Security 6 is a preview builds of ESET's trivial yet full-featured internet protection suite.

The package comes with all you'd expect from this kind of tool. There's a burly antivirus engine with valuable real-time protection; a smart firewall detects and blocks remote attacks, web access and anti- phishing module keep you secure online; and you get an intrusion protection system, spam riddle, removable media protection and more.

Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014
Expiry Date:14/1/2014

How to install Windows 8 from a USB drive

For many enthusiasts there's nothing quite like getting your hands on a shiny new release of Microsoft's Windows operating system. And that's precisely why the web is buzzing with all things Microsoft, as the software giant has made available a Release Preview of its next flagship OS, Windows 8.

The Release Preview is the final pre-release version of Windows 8 and is free to try, but if you want to put it through its paces without donating a blank DVD, here's a brief guide on how to easily install Windows 8 from a USB pen drive.

Here's what you need: a USB pen drive (4GB or greater in size), the Windows 8 Consumer Preview disk image file (64-bit download here, 32-bit download here), Microsoft's Windows 7 USB tool (download here) and a working PC.

Once you have all those, follow these steps:

1. Install and run Microsoft's Windows 7 USB tool. In the subsequent window (pictured below), browse to the 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 8 disk image file you've al…

How to earn money from Microworkers.....?

. Today I am going to discuss you about how to perform tasks in Microworkers and earn money. Although there are "Basic jobs" and "Hire jobs", I only consider about the basic jobs as a initial work. As I mention earlier you may have already sign up to Microworkers. If not sign up here to Microworkers..

How to perform a basic task on Microworkers......?
As I mentioned earlier there are two type of jobs you can participate.
1. Basic jobs
2. Hire jobs.
To do Hire jobs you have to earn good reputation on the Microworkers. Unless you will not able to join group works. For that try to do only the tasks that you can complete properly.

To start your jobs first log in to microworkers here.

Then you can see the the job list show there. From the list of jobs you can find any job as your preference.
As example, I like to select a job like vote, like in Facebook, like in Google plus, sign up like simple task although they give me low income. like 0.1$, 0.12$ per job. Also these jobs are…

Top 5 Tech Gifts For Christmas 2012

With December looming just around the corner, it can only signify the start of one thing; Christmas. That dreaded of time of year has somehow managed to creep up on you for another year. It’s time to tackle the Christmas shopping mountain and take on the stressful task of trying to find the best items for as many of your loved ones as quickly, easily and cheaply as possible.

But, often the hardest part of buying presents is actually knowing (or in this case, not knowing) what to buy everyone. Your son has asked for the latest gadget, your daughter wants the latest smartphone, and your husband has been banging on about getting the newest tablet now for months. And, that’s exactly where your first problem lies – you have no clue what the latest technologies are…

Well, if you’re struggling for inspiration this year or are in need of a little guidance on what to buy, here is our guide to the top 5 tech gifts you should buy this Christmas:

1. Google Nexus 7

If you’re looking for this year’s ne…

How To Install Windows 8 From a USB Device

The need to install Windows 8 from a USB device, like a flash drive, is a common one due to the fact that many computers, especially tablets and smaller laptops and desktops, no longer have optical drives.

In other words, that Windows 8 install disc doesn't do you much good if you don't have anywhere to put the DVD! If you want to install Windows 8 from a USB device, you'll need to get those setup files onto a USB device. Unfortunately, simply copying them there won't do.
Windows 8 is also sold as a downloadable ISO file which, if you choose to buy Windows 8 that way, requires some steps to get it properly copied to a flash drive as well.

Regardless of whether you have a Windows 8 DVD you need to get on a flash drive, or a Windows 8 ISO file with the same goal, the following tutorial will help you get the Windows 8 installation files properly copied to a flash drive so you can get on with the installation process.

Note: The following procedure applies equally to Windows 8 …

20 apps to give your device a stock Android experience without root [GUIDE]

As we all know, the Android OS is an open platform meaning just about anyone can take the software and do just about whatever they like with it. It’s this reason many handset manufacturers opt to forgo the standard Android design (sometimes referred to as “stock Android”), injecting their own flavor into the OS. I like to think of it like an ice cream shop. While every shop is selling ice cream, they all have their own unique flavors and mixins that go beyond just plain vanilla. Unfortunately, for the kids that don’t want HTC’s rocky road, or Samsung’s cookies n’ cream, there’s little that can be done for those who prefer just plain vanilla.

Yes, for the truly dedicated, there’s always the method of rooting and installing the stock Android OS by way of custom ROMs. Only problem is rooting often times comes at the cost of voiding one’s warranty, buggy software, and even possible harm to the device by way of the dreaded “brick.” If this doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, you’re not alon…