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What Do The Richest And The Most Successful People Have In Common

What Do The Richest And The Most Successful People Have In Common

What is your definition of financially stable people?

Well, according to me, financially stable people are those who are in control of their money instead of  the money governing them. Their revenue doesn’t essentially decide how financially successful they are, their selections and significances do.This is one rule which is followed by all the successful people around the world.

If you want to be one of them, read below to know the traits present in rich and successful people.

1. They occupy themselves with positivity and escape from negative thoughts


Do you know negative philosophy makes it more difficult to find an innovative way out of the difficulties you may be facing?

When you reside on negative sensations, it causes you to contract your attention and makes it hard for you to see the great depiction.

Positive thinking, on the other side, can make you more creative, inspired, and able to do experiments because you’re not occupied by your own negativity.

2. They do not fear of sacrifices

The financially successful will accept a decline in income, use second-hand things, and downsize their house when they’re at their initial stage.

They take the earned money, save it and invest it or re-invest it in the business that will help them to make more and more money. Sometimes, financially stable people choose to spend frugally their entire lives.

3. They don’t complain about the things

If something bad happens, they change the path, acquire from it, or find a way to take advantage of it. But they don’t complain about it.

4. Paying off debt is a priority

Ignoring your debt will not stop you feeling stressed about it, rather it will rack up more interest, so get rid of debt first.

5. They don’t blame the administration or the economy for their state

Instead, they take all restraint for themselves and their activities and consider they are the leader of their own futures.

6. They focus on an enduring commercial aim

They are not only making money and spending it, but they also create financial plans which help them to reach heights and enable them to make more and more money in future.

7. They believe in learning new things

76% of wealthy people don’t assume they already know everything. They love to study and believe in further education.

8. They offer facilities or create their own valuable things

They don’t just engulf what other people have introduced

9. They are keen tracker

Wealthy people always record their capitals and funds. They have an eye on where their money is coming from and where their money is spent. They use MS Word, Excel sheets, online apps, software, or even hard copies to keep track of their financial plan.

10. They are more enthusiastic about the course of foundation than the currency they make

It’s not that they don’t pay attention about earning money, but money isn’t their highest precedence. The economically stable people get pleasure from making their customers and delegates happy.

11. Smart risk taker

Rich people take smart risks. From property or stock market investments to starting a new business that might turn out enthusiastically profitable, you’ll see a good bit of risk taking among the wealthy successful people.

“Abundance. Energy. Possibility. The way to get rich is to think like the rich.”

So, go ahead and practice the above points to get rich and successful in your life. And don’t forget to share this article with your friends and family. You wouldn’t want them to be lagging behind you.


Author Bio: Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration.  For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com


There are over 38,000 WordPress plugins available. 38,000! Amazing, isn’t it? Plugins, if well-coded, add functionality to your site. Some Plugins are absolutely necessary – here are the WordPress plugins you need to start your blog. Other plugins aren’t necessary but can help make your site better or frankly, are just dang cool.

So if you’ve seen dozens of lists of “the best WordPress plugins” and you want to know what else is out there, this list is for you. These are plugins that I’ve found, have used, and love and they’re not necessarily the ones you see on those lists.


Frizzly is simply the best plugin available to add hover action for social sharing to your blog photos.

You’ve probably visited a blog before and found that when you hover over photos, the pin it button appears stretched or distorted, the pin it button appears on images that aren’t really supposed to be pinned (like a signature) or appears outside of the photo area. It looks messy and discourages people from sharing.

Frizzly is easy to set up and allows you to use standard Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter branding (very clean and square) or upload your own. I’ve chosen to stick with the traditional branding of those sites so that it’s very clear that I encourage you to share the content.


Content Views feels like the jackpot plugin that I found that I can’t believe everyone doesn’t use. I love looking at posts in a highly visual format (Pinterest style, if you will). The Content Views plugin allows you to create a shortcode to display posts. Like this:

This post about how to make the most of your 404 page gives you a full tutorial. I use Content Views for my Start Here page and my Popular Posts page on my personal blog.


Okay, so you might have heard about CoSchedule by now. But that’s just because so many bloggers who use it basically shout from the rooftops about how awesome it is.

CoSchedule makes it so easy to set up your editorial calendar and schedule social media posts for weeks and months in advance.

It’s also perfect for people like me, who frequently change their minds about what’s going to be posted next (what can I say, I’m a fly by the seat of my pants kind of girl). The simple drag and drop interface has almost no learning curve. It’s simple and awesome. Interested? They offer a 14-day free trial. You don’t even have to give them your credit card number up front.


You know that bar of color you see across the top of blogs, urging you to sign up for a newsletter or follow them on Bloglovin’? That’s a notification bar. You can use it to direct a reader’s attention to something you’d like them to see or do.

This plugin is clean, customizable, and über simple.


For years, I used Snapwidget to show my Instagram feed in the sidebar of my blog. The only issue is that when you click on a photo in the Snapwidget, it links to a Snapwidget URL instead of linking to Instagram directly. This could potentially keep you from converting your blog readers to Instagram followers.

A widget that creates links directly to your Instagram URL.  This works well, however, it only updates once a day so as you post throughout the day, you don’t immediately see those new photos on your sidebar. They do offer a premium version for $5 which updates your feed about every 45 minutes. This is a great option for Blogger users.

The Instagram Feed plugin allows you to display your Instagram feed however and wherever you’d like on your site. It utilizes shortcode, which means that once you’ve finalized how you want the settings, you just insert [instagram-feed] wherever you’d like it to appear and ta-da! It will. Mine is located in a text widget on my sidebar.

But here’s what I really love about it – it adds a “follow on Instagram” button at the bottom of your widget. Because the button uses Instagram branding, it catches your eye and is instantly familiar. If you’d like to see it in action, check out the sidebar of my personal blog.

Now tell me, what totally awesome WordPress plugins have you found that you’re shocked everyone isn’t using? 

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com

What Is Metadata And Why Is It Important?

“What is Metadata?” It is the most general question that many of us have today. Though people refer it as “metadata” or else “meta data”, both are considered as same terms as per Google search engine. So, let us know what exactly is the metadata, its importance and how does it affects you.


In generals terms it is defined as, Metadata gives the information about the data that is present in a website or a blog post.

Here, the word Meta has a Greek root, which means ‘beyond’ and ‘after’ also extended to ‘about’. ‘About’ is the meaning or definition which is related to blog post or web page and this is the meaning considered in the above definition.

The more accurate definition for the metadata would be, Metadata is the information which you present to the search engine and that is not visible for visitors of the blog or a website i.e., humans can’t view metadata unless they view the source code of the web page.

Why is it Necessary?

To describe the various elements of a blog post or else a blog page, webmasters use this Metadata. With this, search engine algorithm will create the content relevance of that page with the search terms used by visitors in that particular search engine for finding the data or else information.

Metadata in Head and Body Sections of Source Code:

If you observe the source code of a web page it will be in HTML. You can see the source code by righting clicking on anywhere of the webpage and navigating through ‘View Page Source’ from the menu you have seen after the right click. It is the browser that automatically converts the source code in to a web page or a blog page.

Metadata in ‘Head’ Section

The source code of a web page contains ‘Head’ section at the top. It tells the browser that it shouldn’t be visible for humans. However it is visible for spiders of the search engine which crawl your blog or website and uses the Metadata that is present in the Head part for calculating the relevance to any of the search terms used by people.

Metadata in ‘Body’ Section

Below the head section you can find ‘Body’ section which is visible to the people. But, humans can’t see some Metadata in the body section too which is used for SEO purpose and is visible only for search engines.

Importance of Metadata:

Metadata can be of many forms and huge portion of it is generated by using the software by the webhosting service. It is better not to change them rather you can change the below mentioned elements.

Mainly there are four important forms of Metadata or Meta tags which are essential for your SEO and which can affect your search engine rankings. Though some of them are common, some may not be familiar to you. It is necessary that you need to check the content of these Meta tags and make sure that they match with your focused keyword or the blog post that you looking to rank in the search engine. The four Meta Tags and their importance is as shown below.

Page Meta Title Tag

This tag appears in the ‘Head’ section of the source code for the web page or a blog page / post. In this tag, you must use the main or principle phrase or else a keyword as it is the major and the first one the Google indexing as well as ranking algorithms will look for.

In the Google search engine results pages (SERPS) of Google for any search term, you can see the title for any listing that is copied from Title tag. Google will take the fixed width of title from the title tag. If it exceeds the limit, the title will be displayed with ‘….’ in place of last word of the title. So, it is necessary that the page title should be of fixed width as per the search engine.

If you are unable to provide the Title tag, Google will take the snippet of the content or text from the web page which may or may not be reader friendly.

Description Meta Tag

The description Meta tag should have the main theme of content of your blog post or page with the phrase or keyword according to your theme. This content is displayed just below the Title in the Google SERPs. Same as the title tag, if you don’t provide the description tag, Google will take first few words that are relevant to the search term.

Metadata in Body

Many people are unaware of this Metadata in body which is nothing but ‘Alt’ attribute. They generally think that Metadata appears only in the Head section. This ‘Alt’ attribute is used in the HTML source code for audio, video or for image files.

Robots Meta Tag

It enables you to control how each page of your website of blog is indexed in your search engines. If you have any restrictions or if you don’t want to include a page in the index of your Google search engine, then you need to place the Meta tag with meta name as ‘robots’ and content to ‘noindex’ in the Head section of the source code.

If you don’t have any restrictions, it is not necessary to use this attribute and Google will visit every page of your website. Though, Google will prefer you for including the robots.txt in the root directory of your website.

Keywords Meta Tag

Google will not use this keyword Metadata. It even doesn’t affect your rankings. So, you don’t have to consider this or else if you feel it is necessary, you can include six main keywords. Though they don’t improve rankings, they are helpful for blogs that are being searched with specific keywords.
These are the four Meta tags that have an important role in the Google SERPs. As metadata is directed to Google search engine, it is very particular in carrying out your instructions and applying it on such data. So, make sure that your instructions are clear so that it directs to the important areas of your website.

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com

How to Improve Keywords Ranking in Google?

SEO is the word that values more than a diamond in blogging livelihood. SEO book filled with lots of mysteries and Keywords are one of them. Improving keywords progressively for search engines is perhaps the most important aim for every blogger. But do you know how to enrich your keywords ranking in search engines for more positive results?

I am sure many of you still don’t know how to get rid of this properly. While the SEO changing his layout for couple of years we sharply need to pay attention the SERP’s for maintaining your keywords position.

So, today though this post I am going to share some of my tips to improve your keywords ranking in Google for maximum results. But, before kick-starting this guide I would recommend you to check your current keywords ranking so that it would assist you to follow the progress after reading my guides.

1# Optimize your blog post title

Your post headline is one of the best weapons from your arsenal for gaining exposure on search results. A well formatted and eye-catching title with surely drive quality traffic form search engines. And don’t forget to insert keywords into post title, the ones you want rank for.

Always use expressive and actionable keywords for your post headlines. Some of the most used keywords like “Updated”, “Step by step guide”, “Surefire techniques”, etc not only uplift your ranking but also increases your click through rate as a result more income.

2# Add keywords to post and media

After optimizing you post headline, it’s very important to optimize your content’s inside section. I would advise you to insert the keywords in a fashionable manner that not look like swollen. And don’t forget to main the keyword density and which should not be more than 2-3%. Putting a variety of related keywords into the post that has same search importance would be exceptional practice. After recent updates search engines have become observant for finding a stuffed content. Plus, making the post more search engine friendly always put your core keyword inside the first 100 words and do the same thing in conclusion too. So keep in these tactics and deliver unique contents.

#3 Internal linking

This is one of the best tactics to engage visitors to your site. Interlinking your related posts such great way to light up your old posts and it is the smartest method for receiving backlinks for your own site.

But remember don’t to this like an automatic machine, otherwise you will be penalized. Maintain a slow and stable peace for this thing. Also use relevant anchor texts for interlinking and balanced the ratio of new and old posts so that all of your post gets the same value.

#4 Guest blogging

Some of us believe that guest blogging is dead long time ago and doesn’t help anymore. But it’s quite wrong I should say. Guest posting for SEO is dead you can say but for promoting your contents it isn’t. You can write more and more guest posts on related niche blogs for highlighting your quality posts. And doing this on a trustworthy site can astonishingly increase your traffic count.

#5 Blog commenting

The trick used era’s after eras for getting quality visitor from high quality sites. Using blog commenting you can interact with fellow bloggers and build a powerful blogging circle which is best for this job. Remember blogging can be critical for lots of bloggers but when friends help on that it becomes easier to accomplish. So having a strong blogging friend circle is very important.

There are lots of Keywordluv and Commentluv blogs available where you can leave your voice after reading their posts. Keep in mind that doesn’t comment on spammy blogs or disrespectful niches. Find the blogs which related to your niches then leave an expressive comment and in the end place your newly written post link. This way you can get more and more eye balls on your fresh post which is best any blogger.

#6 Repurpose your content

While casing your posts asks yourself, is it really necessary repeat the same thing over again n again? Do you like to wear same dress every day? The answer is probably NO! Remember Donald Duck, yes it’s the only species that looked good with the same material daily. But it comes to your blog posts then there is no chance for this mistake.

Try juice up your contents with new ingredients like adding walkthrough and tutorials videos to your posts and converting your documents into .pdf version and share them in sites like slideshare will help you extraordinarily. So don’t dress up your posts with the same thing every time, always try to add something new like mentioned above and see the positive result flowing in your site.

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com

5 On Page SEO Checklist For Your Blog 2016

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization which is a crucial ingredient behind any successful website. On page SEO possibly the most important parts of SEO strategies not only for ranking but also for a successful internet marketing campaign. So, you should be very careful while planning and applying it on your blog.

Although, I won’t say that there is any permanent approach for SEO but there are few aspects which definitely impacts in case of getting good search engine results. Thus, everyone knows that getting organic traffic for your site is how much important.

SEO is a gigantic topic and if you are doing to your new website or SEO examine of a site then you should uphold a SEO checklist, so that without delaying you can see how well your site is optimized. But sustaining a list is a tough job that’s why today I am creating this list so that you can effortlessly test out your site SEO.

This list contains some of things you should know and many other tips. Below I’ve tried as much as I can cover up. If you have more suggestion feels to suggest in the comment box.

1. Enhance visibility with SEO-Friendly URLs:

In the beginning you should focused on your site URL’s and make sure each one is SEO friendly, And that uses the Keyword Phrases Naturally while representing what the page is all about. This process is really very good for both search engines and readers.

The main thing is you need keep the whole thing uncomplicated, readable and well recognizable yet keyword rich as in the search results. I am sure you have noticed that the keywords in the permalink are always bold that signify they have some weights.

Trying out keyword-only url’s is a good practice because they’ve revealed signs of getting fine search results. Also, you should verify whether you’re using one version of your URL-if not then if should be, you may be lope into some confusion on both user and search engine end. So, provide WWW version of your URL and do check Robots.txt file to make sure your URL is going to indexable.

2. Title – Always Include Keywords:

Over the decades title tags are one of the most important aspects in whole SEO book. And we’ve seen pages ranking when the keywords positioned properly in title tags. In past few year Google’s varies algorithms places a lot of strict rules on title tag to find out what the page is about and not only it shows on top of your browser but also in the SERP consequences.

So always contain the keywords that you’re trying to rank for. And not only use the keyword wisely also makes sure it convincing. Utilize the ethics of writing good headlines by writing title tags that were uncomplicated, easy to read and get right to the point.

3.  Write Feature Focused Meta Description:

Meta description is one of the most influential elements of SEO world. Veiling in at 150 words, the Meta description is the most powerful tool you ever have in the SERP’s as it’s the only place in search engines where you can fundamentally get ad copy for free. Use that 150 typescript count by using space to make it to work, write creative worth suggestions, your brand or any particular details regarding your business, etc.

It doesn’t trouble whether you are a startup or simply a service provider in your area, you can use the meta description to feature your USP. But keep in mind that, you should not cross over the words limit, use the space cleverly and efficiently.

4. Internal Linking with Anchor Text:

The main objective of everyone is to keep the search engines and readers moving deeper into the site. And for increasing readers experience on your site you should obviously use interlink links. This practice surely increase your rankings too. If are referencing pages or post make sure you are linking them using anchor text or keyword phrases. And remember don’t add too many links in a single post it will surely look ugly to your loyal readers. So, keep if natural and insert while interlinks when it makes sense.

5. Better Readability

Is your font is too small? Is your font difficult to read?

Trust me or not, these things play an important role more than you had thought. So always ensure the content you are writing is able to engage and uncomplicated to read. If not, then your site bounce rates will increasing rapidly and also indicates the search engines that your page isn’t worth reading.

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com