Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Some of the Home Business Scams that You Should Avoid.
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Google AdSense - A Quick Overview For Beginners
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Internet and make money by selling e-products and information.
Sunday, December 25, 2005
How to Set Up Your Hosting in 5 Minutes Flat.
The email you received should have contained the addresses of some nameservers. Nameservers look like this: ns1.yourhost.com. If you can't find it, take a look at the help section of your host's website.
Once you know your host's nameserver, go and log in at your domain name registrar's website. They all work differently, but somewhere you should see options to configure your domain. Replace the registrar's default nameservers with your host's nameservers.
Friday, December 23, 2005
How the Web Works.
Many people think the Internet and the web are the same thing. In fact, the Internet is simply a global network of computers – the web runs on top of the Internet, and makes it useful for us. So how does the web work?
The Invention of the Web.
The web was invented by a man named Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 – that's 20 years after the start of the Internet. People had been trying to work out effective ways of sending information around on the Internet for a while at that point (email was invented in 1971, for example), but there hadn't been any systems that had really harnessed the net's potential.
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Learn How To Drive Over 10,000 Free Visitors A Month
Click Thru Marketing:
Marketing a service or product over the Internet to generate visitors to view your web page by way of click thru programs. The concept of click thru marketing is very simple. There are sites on the Internet, called click thru programs. People join these click thru programs and become part of what I like to call a click thru "community." Each member of this community is able to generate traffic to their own websites simply by visiting other websites in the community. When you view another members site, you're given what is called a "credit". Once you have generated enough credits, a visitor is then sent to view your website. Ideally, the program that you are surfing will offer a "one-to-one credit ratio," meaning that for every site that you visit, your site will receive 1 visit in return.
For example, if you are a member of program that offers a 1:1 ratio, and you visit 100 sites, you would have 100 people visit your website. Most click thru programs use a 2:1 ratio. These programs tend to have great downline plans. When your referrals surf for traffic, you receive a percentage of their credits, which is more traffic for your website - all 100% free! I like to call that "residual traffic."
Having a network (marketing arm) of individuals and/or programs that will generate *non stop* traffic to the website(s) of your choice. These click thru programs use a built-in timing system that guarantees your website will be seen for no less than 10 seconds (the good one’s are 15 and up). They require you to stay on each website for 10 to 30 seconds before you
receive your credits for visiting that site. Some click thru programs even offer the ability to play games for credits, enter contests, earn commissions and even surf for cash. The end result (if done right): you will have built a network of business associates that will help you generate hundreds of thousands of visitors stopping by to pay you and your websites a visit.
Naturally, this sounded like a great opportunity to generate some serious traffic, so I set out in search of the best click thru programs online. After several years, I’ve found numerous click thru programs, tried and tested each one of them, and then weeded out the good from the bad. Plus, I figured out that if I could work 2 to 5 click thru programs at the same time, eventually I
would have thousands of guaranteed visitors coming to my websites (which only took me a few days to accomplish).
So then I worked even harder and became "The Ultimate Click Thru Machine," spending up to five hours a day clicking my little heart out! And much to my satisfaction - voila! In less then two weeks I had increased my traffic by over 1000%. That's right! Less than two weeks! I was literally amazed.
I was so proud of myself... what an achievement! You know, at that time I had been marketing online for over two years and I had never once previously driven that kind of traffic in such a small amount of time. Actually, you could even say that in those two weeks I drove more traffic to my site than I had done in my entire net career up to that point. No Joke! I was hooked. So, I went back to work perfecting the entire process, and ultimately came up with a tutorial - one I now refer to as "No-Hype Click Thru Marketing System."
This "Click Thru Marketing Tutorial" is an entire traffic generating system that takes about one hour of your time each day. Oh sure, you can work as many hours as you like (in fact, I highly recommend it), but the point is, it only takes a single hour of your time to get the job done. Anything beyond that is pure gravy. Click Thru gravy! :o) But here's the best part... YOU always receive the traffic YOU work for. Unlike almost all other forms of online advertising… with click thru marketing YOU control the amount of traffic you receive. If you work harder and surf more, you’ll receive more traffic… it’s the way this works! The most traffic I’ve personally generated (for free) in one hour... is 613 visitors. That's in one hour! And I'll be showing you how to do the same thing very soon.
Learn How To Drive Over 10,000 Free Visitors A Month To Your Website Only Working 1 Hour A Day! - By Using The - "Revised No-Hype Click Thru Marketing System"
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Thursday, November 24, 2005
6 Reasons Why You Need a Website.
By: Marek Petynka
If you don't have a website, then you might not realise all the great things they can do for you. Maybe you think there wouldn't be any point, because your business is too small – or maybe you don't even have a business! Perhaps you think it'd be a lot of work for little reward. Or maybe you paid big bucks for a site back during the dot-com 'boom' days, only to get nothing but trouble out of it and shut it down a year later.
Whatever your situation is, though, you need a website, and I'm here to tell you why.
1. People Will Look for You Online.
Sooner or later, someone's going to type your name into a search engine. What do you want them to find? Nothing? These are people who want to find you, and if you don't have a website then you're letting them down – they expect you to be online. For many people, you might as well not exist if you can't be found with a search engine. Not having a website is like not bothering to get listed in the phone book. Whether it's customers or old school friends you're hoping for, very few people are going to find you if you aren't online.
2. Websites Cost Next to Nothing.
Once, it cost a lot to run a website – but those days are long gone. There are 'pay as you go' services out there now charging as little as $1 per gigabyte of bandwidth. If you're sensible about the size of your pages, that dollar could last you a whole month, or even longer! If you don't want to pay for design, it's never been simpler to do it yourself, or find free software to do it for you. Really, it's never been cheaper to have a website than it is today.
3. Websites are Great Advertising.
Whatever you're advertising – your services, your products, or just yourself – a website is a great way to do it. Every other kind of advertising going costs a premium, especially if you want to target a specific kind of person, and there's no guarantee that they're paying attention. Websites are like brochures that are free to reproduce, interactive, and quickly distributed to people who are already looking for them. No advertising medium even comes close to the ease-of-use and effectiveness of a website.
4. A Website is a Worldwide Presence.
On the web, it doesn't matter whether someone is next door to you or on the other side of the world – they can see your website just the same as anyone else can, at no extra cost to you or to them. Phone and post both cost enormous amounts long-distance, but a website lets you send information anywhere without any extra effort or expense. You can make friends and contacts in places you've never been and will never go – suddenly, working globally is no more effort than working locally.
5. Your Website Can Make You Money.
There's a lot of money on the web, and it's not hard to get some – the longer you're online for, the bigger your share can get. If you have something to sell, you can sell it worldwide, thanks to credit cards. Doing business online eliminates almost every overhead there is: all you need to do is have the goods. If you've written something useful, you can put it out there with a few ads. You won't get rich overnight, but you can set up a steady trickle of income... and there's no limit to the number of trickles you can set up.
6. Your Website Can Save You Time.
Giving out information takes time, whether it's on the phone, or in brochures, or even if it's just emailing your family. Websites are designed to save you time. All your family and friends can read your online diary (known as a weblog), but you only had to write it once. Customers can see your whole product catalogue without ever needing to talk to you or visit you. This is the power of the web: things on it are written only once, but can be downloaded endlessly – a good website runs itself, and keeps being useful to people for much longer than you'd expect.
Marek Petynks - Publisher of: Marek Recommends Online Opportunities
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Thursday, September 29, 2005
What You Need to Know BEFORE You Get Started on eBay