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Top 3 Ways To make money from Facebook/How To Make Money With Facebook

How to make money with facebook app:

Everyone has a question in his mind. That how to make money. Many peoples doing 9 to 5 jobs for the money. And some else using online platforms to earn money. Hence everyone making money. So if you want to know how to make money from the Facebook app. This article is for you. First of all, I tell you that there is no shortcut to earning money from Facebook. You have to do daily work. It’s hard to do it in the start. But it’s almost simple. Therefore if you work with the routine you will probably get results. First of all, I will give you information about the Facebook app. Then I will tell the probably best ways to make money. So without wasting the time. Let’s get started.

Facebook app:

Facebook app is a product of the Facebook company. You can simply download the Facebook app from Google play store. Nowadays everyone is using Facebook. Hence if you want to make money. First of all, make an account on the app. Now you can make a page or group. In order to earn money, you have to post on your page daily and make it popular. More the peoples like your page the more is your income.

Ways to earn money from Facebook:

Everyone want to earn money. So if you want to earn money online facebook is a must have an option for you. There are many ways you can earn money from Facebook. Therefore I will tell you all the provable ways to earn money. So let’s get started don’t forget to share this articles with your Facebook friends.

  • By promoting products: so if you have a Facebook page or group with a good audience. You can contact different product sellers and promote their products on your Facebook fan page or group and can charge a commission on a sale .
  • By selling pages or group: you can earn a good amount of money by selling your popular page or group which is active. Many people are there to purchase your pages you can sell them online by giving an ad on your own page.
  • By video monetisation: Facebook announced that you can earn money from your videos by placing ads between them. It will be starting from April 2017 you can add ads in your live videos and can make money but there is a condition. That your page has minimum 2000 followers.

Earn money by display advertising on fb page:

You can earn money from your facebook fan page by showing ads on it. Display advertisement on Facebook page with a active following base is good. You can give or paste adlinks on your post. The easiest methods are posting amazon associate ads link on your page. You can make your account on flipkart and amazon associate and can get the ad links. Hence you just have to post them on your profile. Whenever they got a deal from your link. You will get commission from the company. You can advertise different companies product on your page . Some of them are following.

  1. Amazon: you can make an account on Amazon associate and can get product URL.Then just paste the URL on your page post. Whenever a sale is made you will get a commission.
  2. Flipkart: similarly like amazon, you can use Flipkart affiliate links and post them on your page similarly you will get a commission when a sale made.
  3. Godaddy and hostgator: you can promote godaddy and hostgator products. like hosting or seo services on your page and can get a commission.
  4. Myntra and shopclues: like flipkart and amazon you can promote mantra and shopclues products on your page and can make money.

Tips to get more likes on your facebook pages:

  1. Post daily on the page :  In order to get your page more active. You have to post on a regular base. I suggest you post daily 5 to 10 photos and 3 to 6 videos on your page and tell your user to share them you will get likes if the post goes viral.
  2. Run a Facebook campaign: If you wants a result. I suggest that you can run an ad campaign. Using Facebook ads to get likes on your facebook page.
  3. Do social campaign: you can promote your page by doing the social campaign. You can promote your page in social media.
  4. Go live daily: live stream daily on your FB page. Interact with your followers and tell them to share your stream. Hence you reach more people and get more likes.

My personal review on making money with facebook:

Yes you can . This is all I want to say. If you want to earn money from online work this is how to make money. Facebook is a must have option for all of you . I personally using these methods . In my case I am using Facebook page for promoting my website EarnWebTech.com. I am driving traffic from my page to my website. You can join my Fb page here . In my point of view making money from facebook is easy than other works you just need to have proper knowledge.

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

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Hostgator- How To Start a Blog And Make Money

Hello Everyone- Blogging can be a great way to earn a nice side income from sharing your passions online. And it isn’t as difficult as one may think. If you have the willingness to learn and the follow-through to make it happen, then you must need to read this article carefully. This is a post for people who are looking to build a tech blog and don’t know where to start. Whether as a hobby or profession, tech blogging requires some technical skill. Not a lot but a little. When I started my blog, I knew nothing about making a website. I wanted to start my own blog. My friends Yash and Ravi agreed to help me set up my blog using WordPress. Web sites and blogs have gotten a lot easier and simpler thanks to WordPress. WordPress is a simple out of the box platform designed to make websites easier for those not technically savvy (like myself). It powers over 25% of the Internet and is the best platform for blogging.

 

ISN’T STARTING A BLOG HARD?

Nope, not at all! You don’t even need to know how to code, all you need to know is how to work a computer! I promise, I am going to walk you through the process step by step and if you have any questions at all, no matter how small, you can email me. I will do my very best to get back to you within 24 hours!

If you have an extra half hour then you can set up a blog today. I am going to try to make the process as easy as possible for you all. Before I do that, I am going to explain a few things regarding why I chose (and why I think you should) a self-hosted blog as opposed to a .wordpress or .blogspot!

This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to start your own blog.

BEFORE WE BEGIN: WHY START A TECH BLOG?

There are so many great reasons to start a blog today! Let’s talk about the obvious one first – money. Yes, you can earn money blogging. I just had my first $50 month on my blog and it’s only looking better and better!

I’ve been able to live a life I only dreamt about when I was waiting tables at a restaurant 2 years ago.

The best part is that now, I am able to wake up every day and do exactly what I want to do!

The nice thing about blogging is that you don’t have to make money to love it. The connections and sense of community that the blogging world offers are amazing. As a matter of fact, I blogged for many months before making any money at all.

My recommendation is to get into it because it’s something you enjoy doing. Making money is totally fine and is something you should think about from day one, but that shouldn’t be your #1 motivation.

STEP 1: CHOOSE YOUR BLOG TOPIC

What are you interested in?
Blogging about what interests you is very important. If you like the topic and are interested in what you’re writing about, your readers will pick up on that. You’ll also enjoy doing it more and that is especially important if you’re going to stick with it.

Even if you’re blogging as a business, it should still be fun and something that you enjoy.

What are you good at?
If you have a particular skill (like me my particular skill is working on WordPress platform) that you think should be shared with the world, a blog is a perfect place to do it! If you can offer tips and generally help people out, they will flock to your blog.

STEP 2: CHOOSE THE PROPER PLATFORM

WordPress all the way
I won’t even discuss other options because I am so passionate about WordPress as a blogging platform. Here are a few reasons why WordPress is the best platform for blogging:

  • Great for beginners
  • Tons of free themes available
  • Easily customizable, even if you have no coding knowledge
  • There are tons of free plugins that make just about everything easier
  • WordPress is the most commonly used platform, and therefore there are tons of resources out there providing help, should you get stuck

Why not a free platform?
There are many reasons why you should avoid using a free platform for your blog. Among them are:

  • Some free platforms put their own ads on your site
  • Most free platforms restrict your ability to put ads on your site or make any money at all
  • There is virtually no support available and even something as simple as a design change warrants a cost (thus becoming not free)
  • You will have an ugly URL, such as www.yourblog.blogspot.com
  • Most importantly, you don’t own your blog when it’s on a free platform – it’s literally like building your house on land that you don’t own

Let me address that last point again. If your blog is a free platform, you do not own the blog or the URL. This means (and it has happened before) that your blog could be shut down at the drop of a hat, for any reason they see fit. Some blogs have been shut down because the blogger was working with a company that the platform owners don’t like. You don’t want to put your blog in someone else’s hands just to save five bucks a month.

STEP 3: PICK A NAME

The first thing you need to do is pick a domain name (i.e your website name). When picking your domain name, there are no hard and fast rules on what to pick. There’s no such thing as a “wrong domain” but there are a couple of things you should know to help you pick the best domain:

Make a name that can last. If you pick “JohnsAsiaAdeventure.com” and then you leave Asia, the domain won’t make sense anymore. Make sure you pick a name that isn’t so focused that if you decide to shift gears or change your focus, you can keep the same domain name.

Try to avoid words like “nomad,” “vagabond,” “wanderlust,” and “adventure.” They have been done to death.

Pick a name that describes what you do as much as possible. I was a nomad so “Nomadic Matt” was the best pick for me. If you’re into luxury, put words in your domain that convey that. You want people to see the name and go “I get what that website is about.”

Keep it short. Use 3-4 words maximum. You want the name that rolls off the tongue. Even Ramit Sethi from “I Will Teach You to Be Rich” often abbreviates his site to “I Will Teach” or “IWT”. The shorter the better.

Keep it simple. I’m not a fan of using jargon or slang in your domain name as I think that makes things confusing for people who don’t know it. The last thing you want is something going “What does that mean?” or being confused. If someone has to think of the meaning, then you’ve already lost them. So don’t try to be clever either!

STEP 4: SIGN UP FOR HOSTGATOR

To get started, go to HostGator’s home page.

After you’ve picked out your domain name, you’ll need to register it and buy hosting (the little computer that’s going to power your website). There are a lot of basic hosting companies out there – Hostgator and Bluehost being to two biggest.

Though owned by the same parent company, I lean towards Hostgator as I find their call center customer service quicker and friendlier and they are prone to fewer outages (no one wants their website to go down). I’ve been using them for years and still have a few domains and email through them.

Here’s a walk-through of how to register your name with Hostgator:

First, choose the hatchling plan. This is the most basic plan but it’s perfect for new blogs and I wouldn’t recommend spending more money until you get a lot of traffic and decide you’re going to do this long term!

After you pick that plan, you’ll be sent to the order form. Enter your domain name and select the hosting package you want. Be sure to add “domain privacy protection” as this keeps your registration information from being public record. After this, it will have you include your billing address and payment information. It will also ask you if you want to by additional add-on services. DO NOT PICK ANY. You won’t need them. From there, it will run your credit card and presto! You have a domain name!

Add your account information:

Then you will see your order is in process wait few seconds

After you’ve paid, you’ll get to this screen where you can see your domain name and account information:

After this process you can see your Cpanel login details in your Email:-

Now you can log in to your Cpanel account

STEP 5: INSTALL WORDPRESS

After you’ve registered your domain name and got your hosting package, the next thing you want to do is install WordPress. WordPress is what will actually run the website.  The host is simply the computer your site sits on. To set WordPress up:

In the same screen as above, click “hosting” and, in the next screen, “Get Started with WordPress Today”:

You’ll be taken to this screen. Click WordPress:

In the drop-down menu, select your domain name and hit next. Enter your user information. Under blog title, enter the name of your blog. Create a strong username and then hit install.

The Base Domain for your installation.

The subdirectory you would like the site to load from if desired. You can leave this blank. Example: Should you wish your WordPress URL to be mydomain.com/site instead of just mydomain.com. Your site will always display this extension if you enter one.

For Admin Email, enter an email address where you want the admin password emailed to. Make sure this is a working email address.

For Blog Title, enter the name of the website. This is what will appear in the header as the name of your site.

For Admin Username, enter your preferred username.

Your first name.

Your last name.

Click Install WordPress when you’re ready to proceed.

After clicking on Install WordPress button you will see WordPress installation in the process:- 

And after few minutes you will see WordPress installation complete.

 

After you’ve installed WordPress onto Hostgator, go to domainname.com/wp-admin and use the username and password you created to login.

You’ll see a screen like this after you login:

If you’d like to create a different password (something stronger or more memorable), then go to your wp-login screen at domainname.com/wp-admin, click on “reset the password,” and you’ll be sent instructions on how to reset it.

That’s it! Now your website is up and running and you’re ready to start blogging!

STEP 6: INSTALL YOUR THEME

Next, you need to make your website look pretty. One of the most important things a blog needs besides good content is a good design. People decide in seconds whether or not they trust your website and choose to stay. A visually unappealing website will turn off readers and reduce the number of return visits you get. So to accomplish a good design, you will need an amazing WordPress theme (i.e., design templates and files). You have 3 options:

Free Themes – Free themes are plentiful and for budding new bloggers looking to make their mark online, they seem like a great option as it allows you to keep costs low. There are many great free themes available online but most of them are not amazing.

If you plan on blogging for a long time, this might become a problem as your website grows. However, if you just need a simple design to blog for your friends and family, then go the free route. You can find some good free themes at wordpress.org.

Premium Themes – The next step up from a free theme is a premium theme. Premium themes are paid themes that offer a bit more uniqueness, flexibility, and functionality. These cost from $25 USD and up, depending on the developer and features.

With a premium theme, you almost always have a support forum that can help you begin to learn how to customize your site yourself. This can be a great way to introduce yourself to PHP and HTML code (which is what your theme and WordPress is created with) without having to worry about breaking your site and not having anybody to help you fix it.

The two best companies to buy premium themes from are WooThemes and StudioPress. My personal favorite is StudioPress as it is more SEO-friendly, a bit sleeker, and cooler. WooThemes are great for photographers and more “fun” personal blogs.

Custom Themes – If you have the money and want a completely unique website, a custom theme is the only way to go. Hiring a website designer/developer will allow you to build the site you dream of and get everything you want. A good WordPress theme from a good designer and developer starts at about $1,500 USD, though the typical average is $3,000-5,000 USD. In my experience, you get the coding you pay for, and cheap can lead to many problems later, so you’ll want a reputable and experienced person.

The best thing to do is ask around for someone, but if you don’t know anyone, two sites you can use to find freelancers are UpWork and 99 Designs.

As a new blogger, I would go with option #1 or 2 as it will be the easiest. To install your theme, simply go to the left-hand column, click Appearance –> Themes –> upload. Whatever theme you picked will come as a .ZIP file for you to easily upload. From, there you just activate it and it’s turned on. All themes come with a manual and help file so you can customize your design to your specific needs.

STEP 7: INSTALL YOUR PLUGINS

From there, the second thing you want to do is install plugins. Plugins are a great way to add additional functionality to a WordPress-powered site. And with over 41,000 (at last check) listed in the WordPress Repository and many more premium options available from developers, there are endless possibilities as to what you can do with your site. From the main screen, click Plugins –> Add New on the left-hand column:

If you can think of a feature you’d like to have on your site, I can almost guarantee there is a plugin for it but here are my favorites:

Akismet – Just like getting junk mail in your mailbox, your website will get spammers looking to leave junk comments on your site. Akismet seeks to reduce the amount of this by automatically filtering it for you. This plugin comes installed with WordPress, and all you need do is activate it and sign up for an account at akismet.com.

Yoast SEO – The best SEO plugin out there. This combines the ability to create meta tags and descriptions for your posts, optimize your titles, create a sitemap for search engines to read, customize how your posts appear across social media and do a whole lot more. It’s simple, easy to use, and comes with foolproof instructions.

Relevanssi – While WordPress does a lot of things well, what it fails at is adding search functionality to your site. Relevanssi seeks to fix this and give your readers the most accurate results when searching on your site.

BackWPup – You can never backup your site too much. The WordPress database holds every word you’ve ever written, and if your blog has started to make you a few dollars, you would be nuts not to keep regular backups. BackWPup does it perfectly. With the ability to schedule backups, you needn’t worry about doing it manually (especially useful to the more forgetful among us). There’s also the option to upload backups to Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud storage services, ensuring that if the worst does happen, your data will be safe.

Google Analytics For WordPress – Adding analytic tracking to your website is an important move in finding out who your readers are, where they are coming from, and what your most popular content is. When you sign up for Google Analytics, the site asks you to place a snippet of code into your website. For most people, that can be difficult, which is why there’s Google Analytics for WordPress. This adds a lovely graphical interface to your site where you can click a couple of buttons and set up your tracking without any hassle.

SumoMe – This is the best social sharing plugin on the web. Use this. It comes with great analytics and testing features.

Jetpack – Jetpack is aimed at supercharging your website with a host of features from WordPress’s free hosting platform, giving you the best of both worlds. With this plugin, you can add a spell-checker, contact forms, extra widgets, and a whole slew of more features, all with just one plugin.

W3 Total Cache – This plugin works by creating saved copies of your site, saving WordPress from having to generate them for every new visitor. This, in turn, cuts down on the amount of work your hosting server has to do and makes loading your web pages much much faster.

STEP 8: CREATE YOUR MAIN PAGES

After you’ve uploaded your theme, you’re going to want to make a few basic pages on your website in addition to the blog posts. To create these pages (or posts), go again to your left sidebar and click Pages —> Add New. (Or, for blog posts, Posts –> Add New.) The difference between a page and a post is that a page is a static piece of content that lives separate from the blog. A post is a blog post that gets “buried” as you write more and more. For example, this post is a blog. When I update again, another post will get put on top of it and it will be pushed down in the archives, making it harder to find. But a page like my about page lives on the top of the website, right off the main URL, and does NOT get buried. It’s a lot easier to find.

I recommend creating 4 basic pages to start:

About Page – This where you tell people about yourself, your history, what your blog is about, and why it will help them. This is one of the most important pages on your website so make it personable!

Contact Page – People need a way to reach you! Be sure to be very clear on what emails you will and won’t respond to so people don’t send you spam.

Privacy Page – This is a standard user agreement page letting people know what the applicable laws on your site are, that you use cookies, etc etc. You can find out of the box examples throughout the Internet.

Copyright Page – This is a standard page letting people know you own this work and not to steal it. You can find out of the box examples throughout the Internet.

That’s it! You’ve set up your basic website. Sure, there’s social media buttons to add, blogs to write, and images to upload but these 8 steps will create the basic framework of your blog! The hard comes after when you decide you want to turn it into a profession and start thinking about marketing, product creation, and everything in between but that stuff comes later. By following these steps, you’ll get your blog up and be running so you can start sharing your stories and tips!

And remember, if you have any questions at all feel free to reach out to me! I would be more than happy to help you with anything – be it setting it up, brainstorming post ideas, or networking!

I hope this post helped you friends, and if it did I would be so happy if you could take a moment to share it using one of the social media buttons at the top!

Once you’ve got your blog set up, leave a comment down below so I can check it out! I am so excited to see what you all come up with!

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

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Best 11 Tools Every Blogger Needs

Hello, Everyone…. If blogging is your business and your source of income then you need to know these 11 best tools for your website. These 11 best tools to help you to grow your business and make money. But do you know about these 11 best tools? I think No! If you need to know about these tools read this article carefully and follow the instructions. Here are the best 11 tools for every blogger who wants to grow his/her business and make money from the blog.

Best 11 Tools Every Blogger Needs

1. WordPress

When you get set up with an incredible web host, you require a blog distributing engine, or rather a Content Management System (CMS) that your website will keep running on. You have a considerable measure of choices, some paid and some free. Google’s Blogger is free, yet there’s no support. What happens in the event that your blog goes down (or vanishes) amidst the night? Who will you call? With Blogger, you get what you pay for: very little. We’ve really witnessed this. Joomla is well, something that we won’t get into here (how about we simply say we are SO not enthusiasts of Joomla). At that point there’s TypePad, a paid alternative. How about we simply say we began on TypePad and left when we could.

WordPress is really your only viable choice, plus it’s free. It’s very powerful and customizable, and very easy to optimize for a busy site, which is crucial. It’s the best CMS tool out there, and it comes in 2 flavors, both free: installed on your website or hosted on their servers. Sure, you can get a WordPress blog right on the WordPress.com site, but we strongly recommend against that. That’s a handicapped WordPress that doesn’t give you the power to grow that makes WordPress so valuable, to begin with. And their terms of use don’t allow affiliate/revenue generating links.

If your blog is your business, you need to treat it like a business. Get a good, cheap web hosting service and install your own WordPress on it. There’s no reason not to. You can choose Godaddy hosting for your first website. Everyone afford Godaddy’s simple web hosting plan. When I have bought my first domain I also bought the Godaddy web hosting for running my first website.

2. Google Analytics

Knowledge is power. You need to know about the traffic on your site. Where is it coming from? Where are they going on your site? How long are they staying there? Is your traffic up? Or down?  This is information you need. Big time.

Google Analytics has all this. Yes, there are other products out there that cover the same territory, but this is the best one. And it’s free. Have we mentioned that free is good? Because it is. Get it, use it, learn it, love it. You totally met your new best friend. Fun fact: some years ago, Google Analytics was a commercial product called Urchin, which cost upwards of $5,000. Then Google bought it, made it way better, and offered it free to everyone. Best. Analytics. Ever.

Also, you can connect your google Adsense account with google analytics and you can track your Adsense earning as well as your website traffic.

3. Chartbeat

Chartbeat very similar to Google Analytics. In fact, someone once called Chartbeat “Google Analytics on crack”. It offers you much of the same data, but it does so in REAL TIME. You can see traffic stats unfold right before your very eyes, feeding your Type A personality or offering you a cure for insomnia. It shows you who’s on your site right now, what they’re looking at, where they came from, etc.

Chartbeat has many valuable features, but chief among them is the ability to tell you how long it takes real users around the world to download pages on your site. Is your fancy new flash widget downloading slowly? Is your front page taking forever to load? Chartbeat will tell you, and you desperately need to know. Why? Because the internet makes people impatient. They may have no problem waiting nine months for their child to be born, but they won’t wait five seconds for your site to come up. Google knows that and won’t send visitors to a slow-loading website. Chartbeat lets you know if there’s a problem and gives you real-time insight into what’s happening on your website.

4. Pingdom

Is your website up? Or is it down? You hope it’s up, you thinks its up, but is it really? Is it up all the time? Does it go down at the four in the morning on the third Tuesday of the month? Is your web host flaky, meaning having lots of tiny outages that you wouldn’t normally notice?

The truth is that without a great site uptime monitor like Pingdom, you simply don’t know. It offers you uptime reports, error analysis response time reports and will notify you by email, text or twitter if something happens. Pingdom does cost money, but it is an extremely valuable and necessary item for anyone who is in the business of blogging and/or making money online. You simply can’t live without it. Think about it: if you walk into a store and the sign says “closed” are you really going in? You can’t. It’s closed. Your website is the same way. Pingdom makes sure your doors are open all the time. And yes we’ve tried many other uptime monitors over the years, most sucking more or less than the one before.

More than any other uptime service we’ve tried, Pingdom catches any minor server flakiness so you know about it before your visitors or Google abandon you for it. Think of this as your outside agent keeping your web host honest.

5. Google Ad Manager (now DoubleClick For Publishers)

Google Ad Manager is the best ad management tool on the market, bar none. And it’s free.  It is simple, robust and relatively easy to use, once you get the hang of it. Yes, you’ll need to play with it a bit because it’s very powerful, but it’s time well spent.

So what’s an ad manager? It’s a way for you to post ads on your site and make money. It allows you to create “ad units” on your website and then to display (and test) all kinds of different ads through those ad units. And then it allows you to figure out which ads get clicked best, convert best, etc. It’s something you must have if you’re going to make money online.

And it is free and will remain so despite rumors that this could change with their recent acquisition of DoubleClick. As a result of that acquisition, Google Ad Manager has morphed into DoubleClick For Publishers (DFP). The DFP web page has replaced the Google Ad Manager web page, but the functionality is the same. In fact, the functionality and the user interface have both improved considerably since the DoubleClick merger.

6. Aweber (Email List Server)

If you have a website and no email list, you’re really missing out on a huge opportunity. But that’s a topic for another day.

And let’s face it. If you do have an email list, you need your emails to get there and get read. Period. You need a way to get them from your keyboard to John Doe’s inbox. Period.

How do you make that happened? With Aweber.  It’s that simple, and with their $1 for the 1-month trial offer, it’s that cheap. At least, to start. It’s true. Aweber is not the cheapest email marketing service out there, it’s just the best, and frankly, it’s only one worth using. We left. We came back. There’s a reason for that. In the past, it wasn’t exactly known as the easiest to use or most intuitive site out there but they have made incredible strides in this department as of late and it is way more accessible for you and we can’t recommend it highly enough. Do yourself a favor and don’t price-shop email list providers; try Aweber, you’ll be glad you did.

7. Tubemogul

If you’ve started a video show (or video podcast) you know that it can’t just be on your website, it has to be everywhere. That means YouTube, DailyMotion, 5Min, Blip.tv, Vimeo, Yahoo Video, Sevenload, etc. You also know that each video file is HUGE (especially with HD), and uploading them is a HUGE PAIN. And that’s just uploading it once. With multiple sites, you have to upload each video multiple times, right?

Wrong. Tubemogul takes care of this for you. With Tubemogul, you simply upload it to their site once and then boom! They use their proprietary magic to distribute your video content to all the major online video platforms.  That saves you time and sanity. And if that wasn’t enough, they have analytics built in! See how many times your video has been viewed, for example.

8. VodPod

Oh, VodPod, how do we love thee? Well, we’ll spare you the details, but we love them a lot. You are seeing them right here, at the top of our page! You see that sexy row of our videos? That’s them.  They are really amazing at giving you ways to do something with your videos in a stylish, organized manner. Let’s say you upload your video to Youtube. Great. What do you do with it now? Embed the heck out of it? That’s fine, to a degree, but if you have multiple videos like we do (we have over 550 segments and counting on Ask Dan & Jennifer alone) that just doesn’t cut it. Vodpod gives you a way to integrate and display your videos on your website in a way that is as accessible as it is aesthetically pleasing.

9. Sendible

The simple fact of social media is that it is always there. If you want to be a force in the social media world, you must always be there. You need to be regularly posting to Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc. You can’t be robotic, but you must be consistent. The phrase “out of sight, out of mind” certainly applies to the digital age and social media.

Fortunately, with Sendible, that’s never a problem. Sendible is a tool that allows you to schedule your tweets and other social media posts on all platforms hours, days, weeks and even months in advance. Going on vacation? No problem, set up your tweets in advance and your followers will never even know you were gone. Another way to look at this is that your followers who expect your great tweets regularly will keep getting them regularly. Just don’t go totally automated or everyone will stop following you… they expect personality and engagement too!

10. TweetDeck

TweekDeck is a free desktop tool that functions as your personal real-time social media browser. It allows you to keep up with and post to Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare and seemingly every other place you can think of – all from one application. Think of it as a sexy, digital command center from which you can control your burgeoning media empire. Okay, maybe not, but it is really simple and fun to use. You simply enter in your account information for each network and that’s it. You are officially off and running.

11. PollDaddy

Yes, we know this is #11, and the last step but you will thank us for it. Face it. People have opinions and they LOVE to share them. That’s a fact. It’s also a fact that user interaction is a key component of a successful site. People love to take polls and they love to see what other people think.
PollDaddy is the way to go, and there’s no point in you looking around at other polling options. We did. They look bad; really bad. Recently it was acquired by Automattic, the good people who bring you WordPress, which is definitely a good thing. Here’s a poll we ran on Ask Dan & Jennifer…

That’s all for our top 10 (and by 10 we mean  11) tools that all bloggers need! We’ve done all the work, research, and experimentation so you don’t have to. All you have to do is run out and get these tools and put them to work on your site. And remember, if your website is your business, you need to treat it like one. Now get out there and get to making money and changing people’s lives!

We know we went kind of fast through this list due to time constraints, but stay with us. In the coming weeks, we’re going to get into all the details you(blogger) ever wanted to know about choosing all of these tools and using them like a pro.

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

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How To Make Money On The Internet – Top 5 Working Tips

Do you want to make money on the internet? We are here to helping you. Read the whole article carefully and make money with the internet. With the evolution of Internet, many people like me and others are now making money from the comfort of the home. For me, it was 2015 when I started blogging, and now I earn over $8000/month from the blog. You can read about my journey over here.

However, blogging is not for everyone as it requires a lot of time and patience. There are many other ways that you can use to make quick and easy money on the internet. Easy here means using your existing skills.

If you are someone who wants to quit your job and use the internet for making a living, I would suggest to read this article carefully and make a note of things that you could do.

 

Perhaps you should try different methods mentioned in this article and pick the one that works for you. I have also listed down few sites from where you can get some quick work and money will start pouring in. For the record, initially you might be making money in small chunks, but once you have mastered the field you are working on, you will be making huge.

So, let’s get started with this ultimate list of online money making methods.

How you can start making money on the internet from now on:

  1. Freelancer:

This is the first place that I would recommend you to start with.  At Freelancer you can find various freelancing jobs. Since you are the one who knows what you are good at (Writing, Web-designing, Social media or anything) you can find the job listed by many others, and you can apply for it.

The job varies from $1-$300/hour that is a lot. For the starter, you need to create a free account and start building your profile. What I recommend is to start working at the low price and give your best.

Try to get as many positive testimonials as possible and once you have built a good profile you can start raising your hourly price. oDesk offers help guide for newbies which you can use to learn how to use it and how you can earn more from it.

In simple word, Freelancer com is a marketplace which connects freelancer with others. Personally, I have hired many skilled people from Freelancer and it works pretty well.

2. Become Virtual Assistant:

Chances are you might be an individual who doesn’t have a great skill but you are good at data feeding or doing research work on the internet.

A virtual assistant is a popular kind of job that anyone with limited internet skills can use and make money. In a virtual assistant job, you will be hired by anybody on the internet to do some simple tasks like editing excel sheet, proof-reading, find something on the internet and make a list, clean up eMail inbox to name a few.

This is so far one of the easiest job types you can find on the internet and earn a decent income. Here I’m listing down few resources which will make you learn everything about being a virtual assistant and places where you can find such job.

3. Fiverr:

One of the biggest drawbacks of above two methods is; you need to look for the recruiter. If you don’t find a job which matches your skill-set, you have to be idle.

This 3rd method is for those who have a defined skill set which is unique in nature. Fiverr is a marketplace where you can sell your skills starting at $5 and earn more.

For example, if you are someone who can convert text into speech, or install WordPress or do any other thing which is in demand, you can earn a good income. There are users who are earning more than $50,000 from Fiverr.

If you are wondering what kind of things you can offer to others on Fiverr, you should check out their homepage and browse and see what others are selling. Below I have listed few more ideas that you can use on Fiverr to earn from home.

4. Blogging:

If you have patience and writing skills, Blogging is the best way to make online money. You can make a free blog on Blogger.  You need to write a post time to time keeping lots of factors in your mind like SEO, marketing of blog, the design of blog etc. and you can attract lots of visitors and after the certain period of time, you can monetize your blog.

There are lots of ways for making money by blogs: Google Adsense, affiliate marketing, and various ads program like Chitika, Infolinks etc. We have already got the whole procedure of creating a Blog covered.

5. Freelance Writing:

For persons who are an experienced journalist, editors, and copyrighters, freelance writing is a great source of money. Depending upon what level you are at, you can pick the right medium for you.

You can start by taking a freelance writing job from any of these sites and start building your profile. Another smart way by which you can make huge money online from freelance writing is; building a visible portfolio.

Create a blog and showcase your writing. You can add a page like “Hire me” or “Services” and let other hire you for the work.  If you are a talented writer then you can write for newspaper and magazines too. Many large newspapers and magazine Organization take freelancers to save money on full-time employees.

6. Programmers:

If you are a programming geek and you have a knowledge of C++, Java, NET, PHP, then you don’t need to worry about any work. There are lots of opportunities available on the internet.

You can get a freelancing work on freelancer very easily. You can earn a decent amount of money from your work.

These are the most credible ways of making money online. Also, money making require lots of hard work as there is no substitute for hard work. If you are using any other trick to make money on the Internet and that’s working for you; share with us via comments.

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

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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

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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