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10 tips to increase traffic in your blog

1. Write Well and Write Often
                     Frequently updating your blog with useful content is the first step to building your blog's audience. The content you write is what will keep readers coming back for more. Make sure you have something meaningful to say to them and say it often to maintain their interest and keep them loyal.

Furthermore, post frequently to increase the number of chances you have for your blog's content to be noticed by search engines such as Google or Technorati.

2. Submit Your Blog to Search Engines
                      Get on the radar screen for the popular search engines such as Google and Yahoo! by submitting your blog's URL to them. Most search engines provide a 'Submit' link (or something similar) to notify the search engine of your new blog, so those search engines will crawl it and include your pages in their results.

                It's important to understand that simply submitting your blog to search engines doesn't mean your pages will appear at the top of a Google search results screen, but at least your blog will be included and will have the chance of being picked up by a search engine.

3. Use and Update Your Blogroll
                           By adding links to sites you like in your blogroll, the owners of those blogs will find your blog and will be likely to add a reciprocal link in their blogrolls. It's an easy way to get the link to your blog in front of many readers on other blogs. The hope is that some of those readers will click on the link to your blog on the other blogs' blogrolls and find your content interesting and enjoyable turning them into loyal readers.

4. Harness the Power of Comments
                            Commenting is a simple and essential tool to increase your blog's traffic. First, respond to comments left on your blog to show your readers that you value their opinions and draw them into a two-way conversation. This will increase reader loyalty.

                    Second, leave comments on other blogs to drive new traffic. Make sure you leave your blog's URL in your comment, so you create a link back to your own blog. Many people will read the comments left on a blog post. If they read a particularly interesting comment, they are highly likely to click on the link to visit the commentor's website. It's important to make sure you leave meaningful comments that are likely to invite people to click on your link to read more.

5. Syndicate Your Blog's Content with an RSS Feed
                    etting up an RSS feed button on your blog makes it easy for your loyal readers to not just read your blog but also know when you publish new content.

6. Use Links and Trackbacks
Links are one of the most powerful parts of your blog. Not only are links noticed by search engines, but they also act as a tap on the shoulder to other bloggers who can easily identify who is linking to their sites. Linking helps to get you noticed by other bloggers who are likely to investigate the sites that are linking to them. This may lead them to become new readers of your blog or to add links to your blog from theirs.

                              You can take links to other blogs a step further by leaving a trackback on the other blog to let them know you've linked to them. Blogs that allow trackbacks will include a link back to your blog in the comments section of the post that you originally linked to. People do click on trackback links!

7. Tag Your Posts
               It takes a few extra seconds to add tags to each of your blog posts, but it's worth the time in terms of the additional traffic tags can drive to your blog. Tags (like links) are easily noticed by search engines. They're also key to helping readers find your blog when they perform searches on popular blog search engines such as Technorati.

8. Submit Your Posts to Social Bookmarking Sites
              Taking the time to submit your best posts to social bookmarking sites such as Digg, StumbleUpon, Reddit and more can be a simple way to quickly boost traffic to your blog.
9. Remember Search Engine Optimization
              When you write your blog posts and pages, remember to optimize your pages for search engines to find them. Include relevant keywords and links but don't overload your posts with too many relevant keywords or completely irrelevant keywords. Doing so can be considered spamming and could have negative results such as your blog being removed from Google's search entirely.

10. Don't Forget Images
                     Images don't just make your blog look pretty, they also help people find you in search engine listings. People often use the image search options offered by Google, Yahoo! and other search engines, and naming your images with search engine optimization in mind can easily boost your traffic.

importance of feeds for website

                              When websites were invented, people found that it took a lot of time to visit all their favourite sites regularly just to check for any changes.   It was frustrating for sites that don't change often.  It was hard to spot changes in big sites.   And web-site owners realised that some people simply wouldn't remember to check back anyway.

                  A few approaches were created to solve this problem.  One is RSS ("really simple syndication"), which is based on the idea that
Websites are set up so that every time they are updated, they "publish a feed" of what's new, and
People who are interested in websites use "feed reader" software to check if the sites they are interested in have new material, and
Feed aggregator tools sit in the middle and keep track of what websites have published and what sites individual people are interested in what updates they have read so far.
Blogs that are made with Blogger are really just another type of website, so to work with RSS they needed a way to "publish a feed" of new material when posts are added.

The approach that Google originally used for Blogger involves "Atom" format.  The "Subscribe to Posts (atom)" link that appears on the bottom of most Layout and Designer templates is saying
                          "Here's a link for your feed-reader to use, in our Atom format".
This works, but as I've said, it's ugly and not so obvious for non-Blogger-users.  The rules used to publish feeds on the internet have developed over time and different ways of organising the data in "feeds" (eg Atom 2.0, XML) have been adopted.  And website publishers have begun to look for more features in their feeds and in the statistics they get about who reads them.

Blogger also has a a Subscription-links gadget, which has buttons to let users subscribe to either your Posts or your Comments.  Recently I've had difficulty with this gadget:   I can add it, but it doesn't actually show up on my blog.   I've reported this via the Something-is-broken section of Blogger Help Forum, but not found a solution.


make your own self-defense
  Do you really carefully about your self defense ? when you walking along the road sometimes you may bite from theves or gangs.This case  is verry important for the  womens.  the best method is learn fight methods.It is too dificult and sometimes you may busy with your daily works.
  stun gun          so how can we make our self-defense as a child as a women or man?First thing is get help from others when you want to help.If no one is somewhere you can make a defense from gun.Not a real gun stunt gun.You can expel them using that,Try it !!

how to customize blog tag cloud

                    If your blog is success in heavy traffic there is a secret behind is called as "tags".All your posts in blog are grouped & arranged by their tags to find them easily for visitors.And the other thing ,visitors will stay on your blog if posts arranged well by their tags.Since, the default Labels Widget of Blogger Platform does not have a clean and elegant look. Therefore, we have to customize it with the help of CSS.

See here the difference between the old tag cloud and the customized   tag cloud.

How to customize the Tag cloud 

   follow the below steps carefully.
  • Go to Blogger Dashboard >>Add a gadget >> Tag
  • Now customize the gadget settings as below screen shot.

                 select display settings as "cloud"
       then uncheck the Show number of posts per label.

             then get ready to customize the tag cloud which you added.
  • Go to blogger dashboard >> Template 
  • Don't forget to backup your template before make any changes on html.
  • Then Edit HTML >> search for the ]]></b:skin> (press ctrl+F and paste that code in to the search box )
copy & paste below code above ]]></b:skin> 

To Change the Hover Color Replace #ff0; with any color according to the desire needs.
To increase/decrease the font size replace 14px according to your needs.

Now save the template.

INOVA, Quantum Ad Campaigns Among 16 Axiom Finalists for ADDYs

Quantum Energy Partners Ad Campaign

Axiom received 16 nominations in 13 categories for the 51st ADDY Awards, including notable ad campaigns for INOVA Geophysical and private equity firm Quantum Energy Partners, the Houston chapter of the American Advertising Association announced earlier this month.

INOVA G3i Ad Campaign

The INOVA campaign features a field guide in the hands of an explorer facing extreme weather conditions, while the Quantum campaign incorporates constellation maps as backdrops for conveying its message. Both have been nominated in the Consumer/Trade Publication category.

Category winners will be announced at the 2013 ADDY Awards Gala on Feb. 2 at the House of Blues in downtown Houston.

A list of the categories for which Axiom projects have been nominated:

Axiom's 2013 AAF-Houston Chapter ADDY Award Nominations (Category -- Entry):
  • Collateral Material - Annual Report - 4-color: Basic Energy Services Annual Report
  • Collateral Material - Poster - Campaign: Basic Energy Services Posters
  • Consumer or Trade Publication - Campaign - B-to-B - 4-color (2): INOVA G3i Ad Campaign and Quantum Energy Partners Ad Campaign
  • Digital Advertising - Apps - Tablet (iPad): Discover Cameron iPad Game
  • Digital Advertising - Apps - Web-based (browser): Cameron's Subsea Connectors
  • Advertising for the Arts & Sciences - Collateral - Stationery Package: Art League Houston 2012 Gala Stationery
  • Advertising for the Arts & Sciences - Collateral - Brochure/Sales Kit (2): Art League Houston's Aaron Parazette Catalog and Hope Stone's Moments of Hope 2012/2013 Season
  • Advertising for the Arts & Sciences - Collateral - Cards, Invitation or Announcements: Art League Houston 2012 Gala Invitation
  • Advertising for the Arts & Sciences - Campaign - Single Medium Campaign: Art League Houston 2012 Gala Campaign
  • Advertising Industry Self-Promotion - Creative Services and Industry Suppliers - Stationery Package: Axiom Stationery
  • Elements of Advertising - Visual - Illustration, Campaign: Basic Energy Services Illustrations
  • Advertising Industry Self-Promotion - Creative Services and Industry Suppliers - Broadcast: Axiom 2012 Demo Reel
  • Elements of Advertising - Visual - Logo (2): Dogwoods Logos and Thrive Logo

Speed up your website

The load time of websites is one of the most important factors affecting its usability; most Internet users will just skip a site altogether if it fails to load within a couple of seconds. Below you will find the summary of the “Speed Up Your Site” series. Those are simple yet effective ways to make sure that your website is running fast. You can click on each point to read the article with comments from the readers.

  1. Optimize Images: always use the “Save for the web” feature included on image editing software. Images represent the heavier load on virtually any website so make sure you are optimizing them. Alternatively you can also turn to an online image optimizer.
  2. Image Formats: apart from optimizing images it is important that you choose the right format. JPEG format is suitable for photographs or true-color images. The GIF format should be used with flat-color images like logos or buttons. PNG works very similar to GIF but it supports more colors.
  3. Optimize Your CSS: most websites are designed with CSS nowadays. Make sure to aggregate and clean your CSS. CleanCSS is an online tool that will merge similar selectors, remove useless properties and remove the whitespace from your code.
  4. Use a Slash on Your Links: when a user opens a link on the form “” the server will need to figure what kind of file or page is contained on that address. If you include a slash (/) at the end of the link the server will already know that this is a directory page, reducing the load time of the site.
  5. Use the Height and Width Tags: many people forget to add the Height and Width tags on image codes. Those tags will make sure that the browser knows the size of the image before loading it. The result is that it will reserve a spot for the images while loading the rest of the page, speeding up the whole process.
  6. Reduce the HTTP Requests: when opening a web page every object (images, scripts and the line) will require a round trip to the server. This latency can add several seconds to the load time of your site. Make sure to reduce the number of objects and to combine CSS files and scripts together.


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Where To Put It On The Page

This is a good point of debate. The most popular placement is the top center, but I don't know that that's always the best place. You see, these things take time to load up, especially if they are animations.
     If the banner does not load quickly and the page has set aside all images with height and width commands, then all of the page's text comes in and a hole is left where your banner should be. Users will simply start scrolling downward without ever seeing the image. It will come in and if you're using a program to count the number of times the banner displays, a count will be made. But did the user really see the banner?
I offer these suggestions to get your banner seen as often as possible:

  • Go as small on the bytes as possible

     The lower the bytes, the faster the load.

  • Make the first image in the animation an eye grabber

     It might make then stay for the rest of it.

  • Try a placement lower on the page

     See the CNN Home Page for a lesson in this. I always wait to see the top story. By the time I read the headline and start scrolling, the smaller advertisements half-way down the page are up and ready for my viewing. Yes, there are banners across the top, but I wonder if the banners down the pages aren't the better buys. It's a great method of placement, but you have to have a page design that will stop people for a moment, then get them to scroll.

  • Try to get on more than one page on a site

     If you are only on the home page, and someone misses your banner, you're done. But if you are on three or four pages, then your banner is cached from its having been loaded on the home page. Now, when the user goes to the next page with your banner on it, you pop right up.

  • Be sure to use the ALT command

     If you don't know about the ALT command in images, read about it here. This command allows for the little yellow box that pops up when you roll your mouse over an image. But, in addition to the rollover, the ALT command places text in the boxes set aside by the height and width commands. So even if your image doesn't pop up, there will at least be some text there to catch some attention.

  • Be sure to use the height and width commands

     So there will be a box for the ALT text to pop up in.

  • Run your banner off of the server that is displaying the page

     This isn't always possible, but when you can, do it. It will lessen the number of possible problems and speed the display.

Keeping Track of Visitors

How do you do it? Good question. If you have your banners on five different sites, how do you know which sites are being good to you and which are not? The method is so simple and so good, I shook my head in amazement that I hadn't thought of it earlier.
Let's say you are advertising on three sites, A, B, and C. You have four home pages that are exactly the same. The first page is the original home page. This is the page you see if you come to the site through a Yahoo! search or by being given the address.
     The next three home pages should be labelled in accordance with the three pages you are advertising on. The advertising banners you are running on site A should all be pointed to a home page called indexa.html. All the advertising on site B should be pointed at a home page called indexb.html, and finally site C should have all of its advertising banners pointed to indexc.html. Put a counter on each page. Now you can keep a fairly straight record of which advertising is doing best for your site. Plus, you can see if the advertising is working at all. If the original index page is bringing in the most traffic, then you know the sites running your advertising ain't working.
     You will need to rely on the site you are buying advertising space on to provide you with simple information such as number of displays versus number of clicks. HTML Goodies has two seperate programs running to keep track of that data, but smaller sites might not be as well equipped.

Activating the Banner

Okay, you have a site that offered a price you can afford, or wants to trade with you. The site asks for the code to run your banner on their site. What do you send them?
     I would first suggest you set it up so that you can run your banner off of their site. If your banner is being run on their pages, from your server, there are a ton of things that can go wrong. But if you are running your banner on their pages, off of their server, there are still things that can go wrong, just not as many.
Don't get fancy with the code. Don't try to run an applet or any fancy image flip deals. Simple is easiest. Here's the basic code. I feel this is sufficient.

But a lot of people like the onMouseOver look where text pops up in the status bar. I think it's a bit much and might cause problems, but here it is before you ask.


how can get banned from linkedin

LinkedIn's rules aren't as stringent as the ones we've seen on other social networks -- perhaps the B2B playground hasn't gotten quite so out of hand. You can read LinkedIn's User Agreement in full, or just browse these highlights that jump out for marketers:

1) Connecting with people you don't know. Seriously! You have to actually know the people you connect with on LinkedIn, or they can boot ya right off!

2) Posting copyrighted content to forums. Whether it's your LinkedIn Group, LinkedIn Company Page, or on LinkedIn Answers, you can't publish information that violates others' intellectual property rights. This one won't get you banned, but LinkedIn can remove the content and close your group or page. Additionally, LinkedIn will terminate the accounts of users who have been "deemed to be repeat infringers under the United States Copyright Act." You know who you are.

3) Using LinkedIn messages as an ESP. LinkedIn messages are not to be used for mass emailing. This constitutes a misuse of service, and can get you kicked off the network.

4) Putting links and email addresses where they don't belong. You get to fill out your profile however you want, as long as it's accurate. So if you put, say, a link to your blog in, oh I don't know, the 'Name' field ... you're gonna get shut down pretty fast.

5) Selling your LinkedIn presence. Built up a pretty big LinkedIn Group? It might be an asset, but you can't sell it or monetize it in any way if you want to stay on the social network.

6) Using bots to get connections, followers, or members. Just like Pinterest and some other social networks we're about to cover in this blog post, LinkedIn wants you to grow your reach organically.

7) Impersonating another company. Another familiar refrain, brands can't create a fake profile for a competitor to mess around on. You'll look stupider doing that than they will, anyway.


earn money from youtube videos

            The Gangnam Style fever isn’t over yet. After becoming the first ever YouTube video to hit one billion views, insanely popular South Korean artist, Psy, is earning millions of dollars, according to Google Chief Business Officer, Nikesh Arora. In a rare disclosure during Google’s fourth quarter earnings call, Arora revealed that Psy has generated a whopping $8 million revenue on YouTube alone. This goes to prove that YouTube can be a very profitable medium as well. Google’s report somewhat matches a previous analysis done by the Associated Press.

The publication previously indicated that Psy’s Gangnam Style earned an estimated amount of $7.9 million in global revenue, including iTunes downloads, streaming, and sales on services in Korea. As of this writing, Gangnam Style has over 1,233,872,169 views, and that number continues to grow. News outlet Quartz notes that the video is generating an average of 0.65 cents per view. And since YouTube video creators usually earn half of the money they get from views, the lucky and talented Psy could be earning around $4 million from YouTube alone.

 source _Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ Earned $8 Million On YouTube, Says Google

                             Do you believe it?earned $8 million from you tube???Yes ,I'm going to tell to you the way of earnings from youtube.Read them carefully & make your video to earn money.

1. Make Sure You Have an AdSense Account

While the process to be able to display ads on your YouTube videos is a separate one, your earnings and stats will go together with your AdSense account, so you need to have one.
In theory you could apply to become a YouTube partner before having an AdSense account, and in case you get accepted you would then follow up with an AdSense application. I believe the other way around is much simpler, though.

2. Grow Your Audience on YouTube

One of the most important criteria the YouTube guys will use to evaluate your application is the audience you reach on YouTube. They don’t reveal what are the requirements, but I’ve seen many people say these are the ballpark numbers you need to have before getting accepted:

  • at least 1,000 subscribers
  • at least 1,000 views on all your videos
  • at least 10,000 channel views
  • These are the very minimum though, if you want to make sure you’ll get accepted I would aim for 5,000 subscribers, 50,000 channel views and over 1,000,000 upload views total.

3. Get Videos Out There Regularly

If you only have one or two videos uploaded your chances of getting accepted are low, even if those videos went viral. That’s because YouTube is looking for people who are planning to work with them over the long term.
The more regularly and frequently you upload new videos, the better. For instance, someone who uploads a new video every day will have a better chance of getting accepted than someone who uploads one every couple of weeks.
You also want to make sure you have at least 100 uploaded videos before applying to become a partner (though some people say 50 will be enough).

4. Develop A Brand Around Your Videos

This step is not essential, but I think it helps a lot on getting approve. You need to remember that, once you meet the technical guidelines, it will be a person on the other site deciding on whether you are a good fit for becoming a YouTube Partner or not. In other words, the more professional you look the higher your chances.
Practical tips include:

  • Create a website to host your videos and give your audience more wayts to interact
  • Create a nice logo and use it everywhere
  • Use a watermark on your videos with your logo
  • Consider getting a professional intro made for your videos
  • Customize your YouTube channel to make it look professional

5. Make Sure Your Content Has Zero Copyrighted Material

If there’s one thing that will get your application rejected on the spot is copyright infringement, so make sure you have zero copyrighted material on your videos.
This includes images, graphics, logos, video clips and audio. For instance, even just using a music on the background which you don’t have permission to could get your application rejected.

6. Apply to Become a YouTube Partner

After you followed all the previous steps you are ready to apply. You can do that via the official YouTube Partner Program page. It might take a while to get your application considered due to the load of people applying, but once you get accepted you’ll be able to start displaying ads on your videos right away.

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set up a free Google groups web forum in blogger

                                          An interesting way of diverting the attention of your readers is to start a discussion over a topic that is trending in the blogosphere. Those who have successful blogs would agree here that reader’s interaction is extremely significant not only for the website’s reputation, but also for generating affiliate sales.  We do have Commenting system that allows readers to interact, but they don’t have the freedom to start a whole new conversation. For that reason, we have Web Forums that allow a user to start a discussion over any topic that he likes. Those who are looking to add a Forum to their Blogger enabled website then today in this article, we will learn how to create a Google Groups Forum in Blogger.

Our Main Goal:

Installing a Forum in a BlogSpot blog appears to be an uphill task. Since, everything is under Google’s control. Therefore, it gets extremely difficult to host a third-party forum. However, when we have problems we also have their solutions. The ideal way of installing a Web forum on our site is “Google Groups”. It neither needs any hosting nor any kind of money because it is free to use. Therefore, the main goal is to embed a Google Groups Web Forum in the website.

Advantages of Google Groups:

Free Hosting: We hardly see any Forum that gives free hosting. The greatest advantage of using Google group is that it needs no hosting. We have to create a Group and embed it onto our website.             Free to Use:  There is no need to pay anything because Google Group is absolutely free of cost. Highly Flexible: The platform has robust options that allow the webmaster to customize it according to his needs.

Step #1: Creating a Google Group:

Now before, anyone creates a Google group its essential to have a free Gmail Account. However, those who don’t have Gmail Account then, first register it. After registering a Free Gmail account, Sign in to your account.

Then Go to!myforums and from the navigation menu select “Create Group”. The button would be different from others so everyone can easily find it. We have attached a screenshot below for further help.

Now a form will be opened which would ask for details. Don’t be confused because we will explain each and every text area so everyone can fill it without facing any problem whatsoever. Consider the following.

  • Group Name: Here we would enter the name. It entirely depends on a person what he wants to name it. Remember: We can rename it anytime from the setting panel. 
  • Group email address: Here we will choose an email address as well as our Forum URL. For example, if we write “mblforum” in the text area it would provide us with a free email i.e. as well as URL i.e. 
  • Group description: Write something about you forum, just like we add the description in our website. It would help search engines. Furthermore, visitors would be able to understand the main purpose of it. 
  • Group's primary language: This is the language that a person may select according to his desire needs. However, we usually select English (USA) which is a standard language throughout the globe. 
  • Group type: Now this is the most significant thing. There are three options i.e. Email List, Web Forum, Q&A Forum. Since, we are creating an online forum. Therefore, we would select “Web Forum”. However, anyone can select the other options too depending upon their interests. 

Now once everything is done. Select the “Create” button present at the top of the page. Now you will able to see a notification, “Congratulation, your group is up and ready to use”.

Step# 2: Embedding a Google Group in Blogger:

Honestly, this is the easiest part of the whole tutorial. Just login to your Blogger account and go to Blogger >> Add a new Page >> from blogger post editor select Edit HTML Tab and paste the following coding in the HTML Box. Remember: Don’t forget to replace “mblforum” with the email address keyword that we added in the previous step i.e.

Congratulations: Now publish the page by pressing the “Publish” button. Cheers the online Google group web forum is added onto your blogger website. Remember: Keep in mind, all the Admin setting can be done through the!myforums Admin Area.


How Can Get Banned From Twitter


The full list of Twitter "rules" can be found here: The Twitter Rules. Aptly named, eh? Here are the ones that are most likely to apply to marketers so you don't get banned by that sweet little tweety bird:

1) Impersonating others. If you're impersonating others in an attempt to mislead other Twitter users, Twitter will not be happy. That means no pretending to be a competitor -- that's a low blow move, anyway.

2) Snagging trademarked usernames. Another sketchy move is trying to grab your competitor's username. If they've trademarked the name, Twitter will reclaim it from you on their behalf. Twitter will also suspend you if you're using trademarked logos on your profile.

3) Squatting on handles. Ow, that sounds uncomfortable. This means you can't grab a Twitter username and not use
it. Well, you can, but Twitter will just grab it right back if it remains inactive after 6 months. On a related note, you can't grab a username for the purposes of selling it.

4) Buying or selling Twitter usernames. There can be no transactions made around Twitter usernames at all. The penalty is possible permanent suspension from Twitter -- for buyers and sellers.

5) Giving yourself an unearned Twitter badge. Twitter has little badges for Promoted Products and Verified Accounts. If you use one of these badges anywhere on your profile -- including your profile picture or background image -- your profile will be suspended.

6) Posting the same thing over and over. If you're trying to get a tweet visibility, you can't do it by tweeting it like a maniac, particularly if it's duplicate content tweeted at specific users. Same goes for links -- Twitter will penalize you if they see you tweeting the same link over, and over, and over ... and over.

7) Following people like a bot would. That means you shouldn't use a bot to manage your following and unfollowing, nor should you act like a bot when manually following and unfollowing people. Aggressive follow and unfollow behavior -- particularly seeing a large amount of people followed and/or unfollowed in a short period of time -- will signal to Twitter that something's amiss.

8) Getting followers in sketchy ways. Specifically, those "get followers fast!" schemes. It may get you permanently banned from Twitter.

9) Hijacking a hashtag or Trending Topic. If there's a #hashtag or trending topic blowing up Twitter and you want in on the action, you can't try to hijack it with unrelated content about your brand. If you do, you could feel the wrath of the mighty blue bird mighty soon.

10) Posting links with no context. If your updates are just a slew of links with no personal content to give them context, you'll not only annoy your followers, but Twitter will also want you off their network.

11) Getting ratted out. Sometimes the Twitter community self-polices. If a large number of people are blocking you, or your account has received a lot of SPAM complaints, Twitter will boot you. So play nice out there.


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Axiom Stationery Draws Notice of Distinction

Axiom's reverence for Houston history is reflected in the places it calls home. When the creative team completed the move in February 2012 from the former Clarke & Courts Building at 1210 West Clay (near Montrose) to the historic Fire Station No. 6 at 1702 Washington Avenue in the Sixth Ward, the new address prompted a stationery redesign. From letterhead to business cards, Axiom incorporated Fire Station No. 6 as the primary backdrop, as well as vintage images on its business correspondence pieces. Axiom's redesigned stationery was recognized by BMA Houston for a Lantern Award (Corporate Brand and Identity) last November.

How Can Get Banned From Google+

   If you're using Google+, there are a couple surprises in here that you might not have considered. You can read their Google+ Policies & Principles in full here, or catch the biggies below:

1) Creating fake pages. Yes, it's prohibited here, too. Big shock. Moving on.

2) Running contests. Ooooh, that's a new one! You cannot run contests, sweepstakes, offers, or coupons directly on your Google+ page, but you can display a link to those promotions that leads people offsite.

3) Aggressive Circling. That's a ... weird phrase. But much like you can't aggressively follow and unfollow people on Twitter without getting flagged, you can't Circle a ton of people on Google+ without punishment.

4) Altering or adding +1 buttons where they don't belong. Similar to the Twitter badge rule, you can't, say, superimpose the Google +1 button on an ad. It's a misleading way to garner clicks.

5) Keyword stuffing. Yes, it can happen here, too! Because Google+ is so closely tied with organic search, the penalties are just as stiff. If you're trying to rank for a keyword, stuffing it into every Google+ update is not the way to do it.

6) Marketing regulated products. If you're marketing in a regulated industry, such as alcohol, tobacco, medical devices, fireworks, pharmeceuticals, etc., you cannot use Google+ to market those topics.

7) Letting your page go dormant. If your Google+ account is dormant for more than 9 months, Google can snatch it right back from ya.


6 Effective Ways To Encourage Your Readers Leave Comment On You Blog

                   blogger get pissed off when they published an article and didn’t receive any comment/feedback on the article. The first question that will come to the mind of such person is Who The Hell Is Reading This Article? and this might pull them back and they may later ignore blogging after this happening for almost half of their articles.

Bellow I will be listing 6 Effective Ways One Can Increase/Encourage Readers To Comment On Their Blogs.

Lets get started. Read carefully and don’t forget your comment at the end of this article is mostly welcomed.

1. Ask Your Readers To Comment
The most easiest way to gain comments is by asking your readers to leave a comment before they leave. Make sure at the end of your post, you ask your readers to leave a comment before leaving and make it clear that comments are greatly appreciated.

2. Be Responsive / Always Respond To All Comments.
By Responding to new comments in your blogs, this entise the commenters to keep commenting and this looks like a conversation between you and the readers. If someone comments, NEVER forget about it. It is important to make sure you comment back as soon as you can. The more you make your readers feel appreciated, the better relationship you will have with them.

3. Make Your Blog Commenting Easier
The Most Annoying things in commenting on a blog is to be commenting on a post and getting stucked, Make sure your comment settings are correct and make it easy to see. The easier it is for your readers to comment, the more likely they are commenting.

4. Ask Your Readers Questions!
Asking of questions within your post makes your readers go along with you and your post and make your conversation with them becomes more viral, Be very sure to ask questions within your post. Everyone has an opinion, so let them know you are looking forward to hearing about theirs!

5. Keep Your Posts Positive
Writing dry and negative posts are not going to receive a positive reactions. It is important to keep posts lively, positive and humorous.

6. Interact With Others
Don’t be an introvert be very social, interact with other bloggers, If you want others to comment on your blogs, start commenting on theirs! If you start interacting with others, they are sure to do the same.

                With the above listed ways, I’m very sure your blog will receive more comments in the next coming week, and note that commenting on other bloggers blog doesn’t mean your should start bombasting their comment form with bundles of spammy links, wise comment receive wise privilege.

What do you think on this just finish reading article? Share your thought bellow and if you get any other ways, let us know through the comment form bellow.


Platforms and Uncertainty Reduction or Why Writing a Good Book is not Sufficient to Sell One

I have often heard the advice put forth, often by nonwriters or amateur writers, but also by successful pros, that if you write a good book, it will sell. Now, if you take only a couple of seconds to think about this, you will realize that the two are not, indeed cannot, have a direct connection. Why?
Because, you idiot, (not you my dear reader you figured this out immediately) how does the reader know it is a good book until they have read it? And that is putting aside the fact that for most of us a "good book" is one we like not one that is judged to be good by some sort of external set of standards.

The truth is, as important as writing a good book is, that alone is not sufficient to sell the book. People will buy the book not because it IS good, but because they believe it MIGHT be good, or if the price is low enough, that it COULD be good. In the absence of certainty about the actual quality of the book, the reader must take a leap of faith. In other words they have to take a risk.

At some point in their thinking, their belief in the potential value of the book must outweigh their lack of direct knowledge of the same. It's like a balancing scale. On one side you have the question is this a good book? and equally important, "Is this book going to be worth the money I will pay for it?" On the other side, you have the book itself, an essentially unknown quantity, a description of the plot, maybe a review or two, and any previous relationship this person has with the author.

This is where the Platform comes into play. A platform is a pre-existing shared relationship experience with the author. That can include readers of a previous book, members of a discussion board or email discussion group, social media contacts, personal friends and relatives. Some people come to writing with a large platform. The classic example is a television personality who is well known and decides to write her life story. Others need to build a platform in other ways.

Now, I want to clarify something right here. You don't build a platform to sell one book. Platform building is not about getting the word out about the book you wrote today. Indeed, people who, for one reason or another read that book, become part of your platform more or less by default for your next book. If all you are interested in is selling a single book, buy an ad on Facebook.

Platforms do two things they build a connection with the author and they reduce uncertainty in the reader. Now, there are many ways in which we build these platforms. We will get into that in another post, but it is about reducing risk for the reader.

A reader is looking at a book. In all probability for those of us who do direct to the reader marketing, that will likely be on a webpage, probably on Amazon or Barnes Noble. The reader might have a short sample of the book, a description, a table of contents, and some customer reviews. They also have one other thing - a price tag. The higher that number, they higher the risk and the lower you will want to reduce the uncertainty. If you are totally unknown to the reader, you have to do a credible job of making the reader want to buy your book more than wanting to keep looking. You want him or her to click that "buy" button. That's a high mountain to climb. Not impossible. We'll talk about turning browsers into fans later, but the sale is much easier to make to someone who already knows the author and the author's work in some other venue.

It goes back to reducing uncertainty. This occurs in several ways. Some are controllable by the author. Others are not. These include:
  • The book if recommended by someone the reader trusts
  • The price point is low enough they feel they won't lose much if the writing stinks
  • The sample is especially compelling and engages them quickly.
  • The description gives enough information for the reader to understand the basic plot, characters and subgenre of the book. Additionally, the description is enticing and gives just enough information to tease the reader into buying the book.
  • The book has high reviews from an independent source
  • The reader has met the author in a live event
  • The reader knows the author in another online or face-to-face venue: email group, social media, club, church, etc.
  • The reader has read another one of the author's books
  • The reader follows the author's writings in a shorter form such as short stories or blog posts
  • The reader saw or heard the author on TV or radio or read about the author in the print media
Of course, every author will discover the ways they can best create that platform. Some do it by blogging. Others through social media. Right now, my main method is building a fan base by setting my price point for my novels, Bible studies and nonfiction books at 99 cents, and using free promotion days on Amazon. In the last three months, close to 5000 people have downloaded my books. I've made 625 paid sales. Since, everyone of my books has links to all of my other books, That's having an ad for my books in the hands of 5000 people who have already shown an interest in a certain type of book. It's very targeted advertising, which is the best kind. And it costs me nothing.

Hold on, you say, it costs you those sales to those people who got your book for free. Maybe, but it's unlikely. Those are probably not people who would have bought that particular book. A certain number of them only get free things. The rest are interested, but they need to know more about me as an author before handing over the cash. The interesting thing is that during my free days, my other sales spike and for a few days afterwards.

I'm building a platform. What are you doing to build a platform? Share your ideas below.

6 basic things you must think when starting a blog

           Do you have a idea to start your own blog?To keep your blog active it must have a good traffic .So today I'm going to explain 6 things you must pay attention when you start a new blog.get the basic knowledge from them and start your blog with rich style.

1. Identify The Purpose Of Your Blog

First and foremost step towards keeping your blog interesting is your primary objective behind creating your blog. It does not matter if your aim is to share valuable content or to generate traffic, once you are clear about the purpose of your objective, you need to keep moving forward and work hard to achieve success.

2. Your Blog’s Content 

A blog happens to be interesting, when it is sharing worthy and useful information to its readers. In short, you; being the author of your blog will take your readers along. You need to make sure that you have unique and original content on your blog by covering exclusive topics.

3. Choosing A Topic 

Choosing a topic to write on is certainly a tough task as you need to ensure that the topic you choose is interesting and exclusive to your readers. Moreover, you can also try writing about the latest market and industry trends which are yet to be discovered by others. You can even allow guest posts on your blog, and bloggers will help you contribute to the content of your blog. Also, you can consider the older topics and trends and tailor them according to the recent times. This way your readers will get to read new and interesting information that has been made available on your blog.

4. Design 

While you are spending time to create unique and exclusive content for your blog, you should also spend some time choosing an exceptional design for your blog. it is imperative to avoid adding poor and clumsy designs which eventually leave your visitors searching for what they came for. You must incorporate such a design that prompt the visitors to check your site every now and then for latest updates as they liked the way you already presented your content on the blog. If you are using the WordPress platform, you can select and add several different themes that are available on the WordPress dashboard itself. Also, you can add premium and even free themes which are compatible with the latest WordPress version you are currently using for your blog.

5. Be Consistent 

Keep posting on your blog frequently; and let your blog stay alive for your readers. Try to have a target which you must achieve per week. This way you will be able to engage more visitors on your blog.

6. Communicate! 

You need to ensure that the content you post on your blog is useful in keeping the interest of your regular readers. Utilize the comment section of your blog to effectively communicate with them, engage your audience and share your ideas. Respond to all the comments that have been posted and do answer their queries if any asked.

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Six Steps to Attracting 1,000 Daily Blog Visitors

1. Don't fall for blogging scams

Be wary of outfits that make bombastic promises of turning your blog into an instant cash-generating machine, such as "Beat any competitor to Google's first page in less than a week!" and "Make money while you sleep."

Remember, to grow a blog and audience you have to start at the beginning and work your way up, one step at a time. In blogging, as in life, get-rich-quick schemes work only for the ones selling the schemes.

2. Start with great content

Before you tell people about your blog, create good content for them to read when they get there. I'm not talking about lists such as "Five Books Your Customers Need to Know," or "Top 5 Software Solutions You Should Consider." Those articles are the garbage liner of the Internet.

Instead, create content that is unique and valuable. Do you have insider industry news? Address the real questions and challenges that your customers face via detailed and valuable posts that offer real solutions.

Give them something to talk (or tweet) about. Don't worry about giving too much information away. In the world of blogging, the more you give, the more will come back to you.

3. Tell everyone you know

Once you've created blog content that will impress, reach out to everyone you know via email, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, telephone, and any other way you can think of. Tell them your goals for the blog, and ask for their feedback—via email or, better yet, the comments section. You can even ask them to help spread the word.

Expect to get 10-20 unique visitors per day once you're past the initial spike of one-time curiosity seekers.

4. Start building a community

Invest an afternoon to find well-written, engaging blogs that are fairly new and that receive fewer than 10-15 comments per post. Leave comments, and invite the bloggers to write guest posts on your blog. They will probably be thrilled at the opportunity to reach your audience, and they will tell people they know about their guest post on your blog. And, best of all, your network will thank you for the fresh content you're sending their way. This step can bring you 50-100 unique visitors per day.

5. Borrow some authority

Now that you have great content on your site with good traffic and reviews from your blogging community, aim to boost your traffic numbers to 200-400 unique visitors per day. Do that by guest-posting on bigger blogs in your space; follow these four steps:

Find a handful of blogs you like that have an Alexa ranking of 100,000 or lower.
Familiarize yourself with each one, and figure out what its readers will like.
Leave insightful comments on three (or more) posts.
Send the bloggers a short email that pitches your guest blog ideas.
When the bloggers agree to publish your guest post, send a draft within a couple of days. Be active and gracious when responding to comments to your post.

6. Get viral

Once you have more than 200 unique visitors per day, it's time to attempt going viral. Here are two ideas:

Run a series of excellent posts about your subject, and add an incentive for sharing, such as a drawing people can enter when they comment.
Create an awesome piece of content, and give it away in exchange for prospects' sharing it on Twitter or Facebook. (You can do that via free services such as Cloud:flood or Pay with a Tweet.) A few such campaigns, if properly executed, can bring you 500-1,000+ unique visitors.

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increase your twitter / facebook / youtube likes with addmefast


           Addmefast is free social exchange network which helps you grow your social presence.

Currently thanks to Addmefast you can get more and more Facebook likes, Facebook subcriptions, Google circles, Google +1 , Twitter followers, YouTube views , YouTube channel subscription, YouTube Video likes , Pinterest followers, Soundcloud music listening, Digg followers, StumbleUpon followers and Website hits .
We give you the opportunity to look and choose who you want to like/subscribe/ follow/view and skip those who you are not interested in.
The Registration on Addmefast is very simple and fast. During the registration we request only your real email address in order to send you the confirmation email and 100 points at start.
Before starting using our service all the users must read and accept our T&Cs.

   How to get started

        Go HERE and sign in to addmefast within few easy steps

You can add your pages/accounts/music videos/websites clicking on the green button '' Add Site/Page''. You have to choose a network type, input title (if necessary), then add the URL or username/ID and set CPC * (Cost (points) Per Click for your Site/Page - min=2 and max=10) and then click the save changes button. After this, the link you have added will appear in ''My sites'' section. If you want to pause campaign for one of your site/page - click on the pause button(CPC=0 automatically). If you want to start it again, you can click on the start button (CPC=5 automatically) and then change your CPC. You can delete the link that you have added whenever you want taking into consideration that the link that you have removed can't be added any more by another user but you. You can add unlimited amount of links for any type of network.

How to get points
  • You can get free points by liking/following/viewing/subscribing/listening the others pages/accounts/videos/profiles/music.
  • You can receive daily bonus points (100).
  • You can choose our affiliate programmes to earn more free points. You can share your referral link where you want, you can also use "Share on Twitter" and "Share on Facebook" buttons to do it quickly on Facebook and Twitter. If new user(s) (coming from your referal link) registers on our network and becomes active user(s) you earn 200 points for each. Anytime you can check your referral status here.
  • You can buy points via Paypal.

             earn more points and enjoy with more likes/followers of your social site !!

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how get banned from Facebook

We've all probably participated in our fair share of complaining about leaving Facebook. But could they force marketers to leave? Maybe, if they start doing any of these things that violate the

1) Creating fake accounts. As Forrest Gump said, "That's all I have to say about that."

2) Using bots or scrapers. Well, almost. Facebook says you can't use them "without our prior permission." Which basically means no using bots or scrapers ... if you had permission, you'd know it.

3) Posting copyrighted content. You've heard this one a bunch of times in this blog post, and if you do it a bunch of times on Facebook, they have the right to disable your account.

4) Naming your page in goofy ways. Facebook has some pretty stringent naming requirements! Your page name cannot consist of solely generic terms, like "pizza," must use proper grammar and capitalization, may not be in all caps, and may not include character symbols.

5) Collecting user data incorrectly. What does that mean, exactly? It means you have to clearly state that it's your business, not Facebook, collecting their information, and you will obtain their consent before using their data in any way.

6) Including calls-to-action in your cover photo. This includes promotions or discounts, requests to 'Like' or share your photo, contact information for your business, or generic CTAs like "Tell a Friend."

7) Running contest or promotions outside of a Facebook app. If you want to run a contest or promotion on Facebook, you can only do it through one of their apps -- either a Canvas Page or a Facebook App. You also can't base participation on a requirement that a user take any action with your brand page, such as uploading a photo to your Timeline, or "Liking" a wall post. The only actions that are allowed as a condition of participation are "Liking" a page, connecting to your app, or checking in to a Place. You can't use any Facebook mechanism, like the 'Like' button, in order to vote or register for the promo, either. Finally, you can't notify winners through Facebook. So basically ... you have to jump through a whole lotta hoops if you want to run a promotion or contest on Facebook.


How can get banned from Pinterest

       If you're curious how the newest social network on the block works, we encourage you to read its Terms & Privacy page in full. But for a quick reality check, here are the guidelines marketers should remember when pinning to ensure they stay in Pinterest's good graces:

1) Grabbing another company's account name. When you open an account on Pinterest, you're indicating that you are authorized to act on behalf of that company. So if you're not an employee of that company, you're not authorized. And if you get caught, you're not allowed on Pinterest anymore, either.

2) Pinning copyrighted content. Any content you post cannot infringe on the rights of the content creator. Make sure it's either content you've created yourself, or content you have a license to share. That means if you're posting an image from your blog post, that better be copyright-free!

3) Automating your Pinterest content. Marketers can't use an automated service to post content to their pinboards, repin or like other pinners' content, or create links. All the rewards you reap from Pinterest, in other words, have to come from your own hard work! Note: If you pin a ton of content from one URL all in one sitting -- let's say you just published a blog post with a ton of great images, for example -- you may be prompted by Pinterest to verify that you're not a bot. Just fill it in and keep on keepin' on.

4) Scraping content from Pinterest. On a similar note, you can't use automation to scrape content from Pinterest. Whether you wanted to use it in blog posts, on your Facebook page, to get a list of links -- whatever -- you can't do it. Again, any information or content gathered has to be done manually.

5) Scraping for contacts. Any contacts you get from Pinterest have to be opt-ins; as in, they have to come to your site and fill out a form saying they want to hear more from you. Scraping Pinterest for pinners' personal information so you can market to them later is strictly prohibited.

6) Spamming posts. Just like you shouldn't be spamming the comments sections of blogs, you shouldn't be spamming the comments sections of pins.

7) Putting links in the wrong place. Pinterest wants you to include links in your pins so pinners can follow the links to get more information on a pin. But they only want it in the right place. When you pin an image, click 'Edit,' where you'll find a field labeled 'Link.' Put your link anywhere else and you may get banned.

8) Don't get banned. If you've been banned once, you're banned for life. Or as Pinterest puts it, "the Service is not available to any users previously removed from the service by Pinterest." So, tread lightly.


Windows 8 prices going up on February 1st

We are seeing good momentum with Windows 8 today. When upgrading from Windows 7, Windows 8 has a lot to offer including a beautiful new Start screen with live tiles, plus the familiar desktop and faster startup and longer battery life. Today I’d like to share the pricing details for the Windows 8 upgrade editions that will begin in February. I’d also remind you to take advantage of the great upgrade offer which lasts until January 31st 2013.

Windows 8 upgrade editions will be priced as follows starting in February:

  • The Windows 8 Pro upgrade edition will be available online and at retail for $199.99 MSRP (U.S.).
  • The Windows 8 upgrade edition will be available online and at retail for $119.99 MSRP (U.S.).
  • The Windows 8 Pro Pack will cost $99.99 MSRP (U.S.).
  •  The Windows 8 Media Center Pack will cost $9.99 MSRP (U.S.).

                  But we have our promotional offer available until January 31st 2013, you can upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for just $39.99 ERP* (U.S.) via using the Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant or pick up a DVD copy at a local retailer for just $69.99 ERP* (U.S.). If you bought an eligible Windows 7 PC between June 2nd and January 31st, 2013 – be sure to register for the Windows Upgrade Offer and upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for only $14.99 ERP*** (U.S.). If you upgrade to the Windows 8 edition or buy a PC with the Windows 8 edition pre-installed and want to move to the Windows 8 Pro edition– you can purchase the Windows 8 Pro Pack (previously known as Windows Anytime Upgrade) directly within Windows 8 by going to the Start screen and typing “Add Features to Windows 8” and at participating retailers for $69.99 MSRP (U.S.) until January 31st. If are running Windows 8 Pro and want Windows Media Center and DVD playback, you can add the Windows 8 Media Center Pack for free until January 31st**.

If you are building your own PC from scratch, looking to run Windows 8 in a Virtual Machine (VM), or looking to run Windows 8 on a second hard drive partition – you will want to purchase the Windows 8 edition or Windows 8 Pro edition OEM product known as “System Builder”. You can find these products online at local retailers.

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Update Google Nexus 7 to Android 4.1.2 without loosing root

Google recently started rolling out an Android 4.1.2 software update for the Google Nexus 7 tablet and some other devices including the Galaxy Nexus smartphone. The update lets you view the home screen in landscape orientation on 7 inch tablets, and includes performance and stability improvements.

But there’s one thing you might want to know before installing the update — you’ll lose root access or any custom recovery you may have installed when you upgrade from Android 4.1.1 to Android 4.1.2 using the over-the-air update.

If you want to keep root access though, there’s an app for that.

These instructions will walk you through the process of updating a Nexus 7 tablet from Android 4.1.1 to Android 4.1.2 while keeping root access. Note that the process may be different for other devices — and this doesn’t apply at all if you’re running a custom ROM such as CyanogenMod 10.

Protecting root access

If you have a rooted phone or tablet, all you need to do is install and run OTA RootKeeper before installing the operating system updated.

OTA RunKeeper is available as a free download from the Play Store. The first time you run the app, you should see a pop-up asking if you want to grant it root permissions. Tap the yes button.

Then tap the big button in the center of the screen that says “Protect Root.” Once you’ve done that, the box that says “Protected su copy available” should be checked.

After that’s done, it should be safe to go ahead and install the Android 4.1.2 update. Note that it will still kill your root privileges and overwrite ClockworkMod or TWRP recovery with the stock recovery — but as long as you’ve protected your root, you’ll be able to restore root access with a tap of a button.

Install the update

If you see a notification alerting you that an update is available, just tape the notification and it will take you to the updater.

If there’s no notification, try going to your settings menu, scroll down and select the “About” option near the bottom of the screen, and then choose “System updates.”

From there you should see a message letting you know what the update does (sort of), and asking if you want to restart your tablet and install the new software. You can also check for updates if there’s not one waiting for you.

Or you can download Android 4.1.2 for the Google Nexus 7 directly from the Google servers and install it using TWRP or ClockworkMod if all else fails.

Restore Root

Once you choose the reboot and install option, it should take about 5 to 10 minutes for your device to install the update and reboot into Android 4.1.2.

When that’s done, you won’t have root access anymore — until you fire up OTA RootKeeper again and this time choose the option to ”Restore Root” rather than protect it.

That’s it. You should now have root access again and be able to use apps that require root permissions including Titanium Backup or root file explorers.

Installing Custom Recovery

A custom recovery utility makes it easy to flash (install) software updates, make a complete backup of your system, or make other changes in a pre-boot environment.

Once your tablet is rooted, the simplest way to install a custom recovery is to install the free GooManager app from the Play Store, open the menu, and choose the option to “install OpenScript Recovery.”

That will download and install the TWRP custom recovery on your tablet. You can boot into it at any time by opening the GooManager app again and choosing the “Reboot Recovery” option.

add your blog post to all facebook groups & pages which you liked at once

                                      After  I started my blog I was searching tricks & tips to how increase my blog traffic.In the last I found how earn traffic through facebook.Today I'm going to share it with you without any mistakes.Firstly start you own facebook fan page for your blog or website.Normally you can use networked blogs app to update your post on fan page automatically.If anyone want to know about it please leave me a comment and I will  describe it clearly.
            And the other method of using facebook to grow traffic for your web/blog is use facebook groups.You can join to  facebook groups which have lot of members and post your blog post link on them.(If you want links of facebook groups having lot of members leave comment with your email.)

                    The normal method of posting link of your blog/web is very lazy and hard work.
Do you like to add your blog post to them at one click?
     follow this steps one by one.

First go here  and log in to Facebook.
Then go here to start your work.
Now you can see page like this

                Click on f Connect to sing in with it from your facebook.
After that follow below steps carefully

1. add a message which you want to appear with your must be eye catching 
2.  link of the blog post 
3.   add a link of picture which you want to appear with your blogpost
4.  add your name here
5.  add a heading for your post 
6.  add description about your post.

                      then you can see below the boxes there are pages ,groups and friends which you have.Now choose pages ,groups and friends to add your post on them.after selecting click on the green button for post it.

Try it & Enjoy !!

Illustrating Versatility With Basic's Annual Report

Annual reports are generally known more for their facts and figures, and less so for aesthetics. Basic Energy Services is no different in this regard -- until Axiom developed unique visuals to complement the company's financial information to sophisticated shareholders. Basic's 2011 annual report, "Strong Presence, Solid Path," featured eye-catching illustrations that were a departure from the custom photography used in reports of previous years. The illustrations also were used in Basic's marketing materials that reflect Basic's leading position among well site services companies in the U.S. The company's CEO expressed praise for the look and feel of Basic's annual report, which he said was well-received among shareholders. It was selected by BMA Houston for a 2012 Lantern Award, beating out a company that had won the annual report category the previous two years.

how earn real money with clixsense easy

                                   What do you feel with PTC (Paid To Click)? I know you haven't a good felling on it.because we think we can't earn lot of money from ads 2 or 3 days and leave it.Today I'm going to explain you how earn real money with clixsense.don't leave this post before the end and read this carefully.

         Firstly go through below link and sign up in clixsense.
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                           After sign up correctly you will have ads to ads daily which are given by clixsense and earn money .click here to install clixsense toolbar to your browser and don't miss any ads  .

It is the normal method to earn with clixsense.I also start earn with like that only $0.02 daily.Now I  have $2.5 daily income from clixsense.I joined to clixsense few months ago.I don't spend lot of time to few seconds click ads which they gave me.

Can you earn it yourself ?
           yes of course you can.
                            I'm going to tell you the way for it.the secret is affiliates
clixsense gave to you $0.001 commission (learn more here )when your referrals click a ad.then we think you have active 10 referrals.and they clicked at least 10 ads for a day.

from 1 referral you will earn              $0.001 * 10 = $0.01
if you have 10 referrals                      $0.01 *  10 = $0.1
if you have 20 referrals                      $0.1   *  2  = $0.2
if you have 50 referrals                       $0.1  *  5  =$0.5
if you have 100 referrals                      $0.1 * 10 =$1.0

                                   If you have more referrals you can earn more can promote your Affiliate Link on your blog/website ,facebook groups /fan pages ,on youtube etc and grow your referrals .
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