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Saturday, May 26, 2012

How to upload your video to Youtube!

       Most people watch youtube movie but don't know  that we communicate to you while you're uploading your video. If you'd normal video file can't upload but so large video file than need converter video file.(Uploading large files and resumable uploading)
      Do you want to upload video to youtube than would be read that most important business adverting place.

How to upload videos

The upload page offers a range of options from simple single upload functionality, to multiple file and webcam uploads. Drag and drop videos onto the page, or click Select files from your computer to begin.
After you have started an upload, you have a variety of ways to edit the details of your video directly on the page. Once your upload is complete, options such as sharing and selecting thumbnails are available directly on the page, and the Video Editor and Annotations editor are just one click away.
Click an area of the image to learn more about using this page

Increase your limit

All users have the ability to upload videos up to 15 minutes in length. You can attain the ability to upload longer length videos if:

On the upload page, click the link to Increase your limit to be prompted to verify your account. Learn more here about longer length uploads.


Click the large red icon, or the button to Select files from your computer. This will open a menu where you can choose which file you want to upload. Once you have located the file, select Open to begin the upload. Alternatively, you can simply drag files from your computer and drop them on the page to begin an upload.

Upload multiple files

Begin by clicking Select files from your computer. This will open the menu in which you will select your file. To select multiple files, hold down your Command key while selecting the files. On some keyboards, the Command key is the same as the Apple key or the Windows key. All the videos you intend to upload should be highlighted. Once you have completed this, click the Open button.

Record from webcam

Click this box to begin directly recording a video using your webcam, or simply go to www.youtube.com/my_webcam.

You must do the following to ensure that the YouTube Record from webcam feature works:
  • Log into your YouTube account
  • Ensure that you have a working webcam built into or connected to your computer
  • Select allow if asked to permit YouTube to access your camera and microphone

Once you have followed these steps, you can begin to record your video and then upload it to YouTube directly. See here for more information on recording and uploading webcam videos.

Supported YouTube formats

YouTube supports a wide variety of the range of video and audio formats in use. You can get a quick overview of what may be an issue with your video's formatting by taking a look at the warnings and error messages that we communicate to you while you're uploading your video.

Here is a list of some well-known formats that YouTube supports:

  • WebM files - Vp8 video codec and Vorbis Audio codecs
  • .MPEG4, 3GPP and MOV files - Typically supporting h264, mpeg4 video codecs, and AAC audio codec
  • .AVI - Many cameras output this format - typically the video codec is MJPEG and audio is PCM
  • .MPEGPS - Typically supporting MPEG2 video codec and MP2 audio
  • .WMV
  • .FLV - Adobe-FLV1 video codec, MP3 audio

Here is a list of some common formats that YouTube does NOT support:

Tips and notes:
  • We prefer that you upload your video in the original format and in the highest quality possible.
  • We prefer de-interlaced files.
  • Audio and video lengths should be the same and audio should begin at the same time as the video.
  • If you continue to experience Audio/Video issues with your upload, contact us and we may be able to help.

I'm using Windows Movie Maker. Why won't my video upload?

If you are using Windows Movie Maker or Windows Live Movie Maker and experiencing errors with your uploads, it is possible that you are attempting to upload a project file, which is not an actual movie file. You can follow the simple steps outlined below to convert your video project to a .wmv file, which is an acceptable format for upload.

Windows Movie Maker: Converting .MSWMM

If you edited your video using Windows Movie Maker, you may have also attempted to upload a .MSWMM project file. You can convert this project to .wmv format by following these steps:
Click File and then select Save Movie File from the dropdown. In the next step, select My Computer as your saving destination, and then click next.

Enter a name for your file, and then choose a place to save your movie. In the next step, click Next to start encoding your video with default settings. If you would like to make more advanced adjustments to the file, you may also select Show more choices.


Now that you have completed these steps, select the .wmv file that you created, and upload it to YouTube.

Windows Live Movie Maker: Converting .wlmp

If you edited your video using Windows Live Movie Maker, you may have also attempted to upload a .wlmp project file. You can convert this project to .wmv format by following these steps:
Click the File tab in the upper-left hand corner, and then select Save Movie from the dropdown, then choose Recommended for this project. Next, choose your saving destination, provide a name for your movie, then click Save.

live savelive export

Now that you have completed these steps, select the .wmv file that you created, and upload it to YouTube.

Download Link=>>>Windows-live/movie-maker-get-started (Free )

How to ensure proper Audio/Video sync through a QuickTime conversion

MOV/MP4 files exported from programs such as iMovie, Final Cut Pro, and QuickTime Pro ($ 29.99) have certain elements that are not handled well by YouTube transcoding. In order to ensure optimal upload quality--and specifically that the Audio and Video of the file remain in sync--use the encoding settings outlined below.

Export your video using QuickTime

  • In iMovie, select Share > Export Using QuickTime
  • In Finalcut Pro, select File > Export > Using Quicktime Conversion >Options
  • In QuickTime Pro, select File > Export > Export: Movie to QuickTime Movie > Options

Alter your video encoding

  1. Enter a name for your file, and select Movie to QuickTime Movie from the Export dropdown.
  2. Click Options and make the following changes to Video settings:
    • Compression Type: H.264
    • Frame Rate: 30 is preferred. 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97 are also acceptable.
    • Data Rate: Automatic
    • Key Frames: Automatic
    • Frame Reordering: Unchecked

  3. Make the following changes to Audio or Sound settings:
    • Format: AAC
    • Click Show advanced settings and choose Constant Bit Rateas encoding strategy.
  4. Select Size and choose the original size of the video.
  5. The section Prepare for Internet Streaming must be set to Fast Start.
  6. Save your video, and then upload the resulting file to YouTube


Friday, May 25, 2012

How import and export file a Blog's into Wordpress! Part -2

Anybody, Same time'd be need your'd more than different blog's , How to import and export file with blogger,blogspot, third-party site and wordpress. 
  • If you have a blog at blogspot.com and decide to switch your hosting to wordpress.com or a self-hosted WordPress blog you can import all the posts, images and comments by using the WordPress Import feature. The automated process also has import functions for LiveJournal, Posterous, Splinder, Israblog, Movable Type and TypePad, Yahoo!360°, Blogli, Vox.com, Tumblr, or another WordPress blog hosted elsewhere.
  • I’ve used this process for Blogger but not the others. Although all the posts and comments get transferred, widgets in the sidebar are ignored. You would have to re-create those from scratch. Blogger ‘Labels’ are preserved as WordPress ‘Categories’.
  • To start the process go to the WordPress admin area and choose
  • Tools > Import. Then choose which blogging system you want to import from.

If you've been directed to the Access Request page, a third-party (non-Google) website is requesting access to one of your Google products. For example, you may be using a web application that can sync with data from your Google Calendar. By granting this request, you're giving the third-party site limited access to data from the Google product.
The third-party site and the Google product are both identified on the Access Request page. You should grant access only if you trust the site that's displayed there. The data and activities available to the third-party site depend on the Google product; the site may not be able to add or modify data, or it may be able to see only a small portion of data. For more information, please check the help content for each product.
Note: The third-party site can't access your Google Account password.
If you grant access to a third-party site and later want to disable it, just follow these steps:
  1. Sign in on the Google Accounts homepage.
  2. Click the My Account link displayed at the top right of the page.
  3. Click Authorizing applications & sites. This page will list all third-party sites you've granted access to.
  4. Click the Revoke Access link to disable access for a site.
  Remark - Your's Google Account hompag site login=>Security Site => Authorizing applications and sites =>Edit

Step 1 – Authorize the transfer:
It would be helpful to login to your Google Account before you begin the import process. Then you can simply click the “Grant access” button and continue.

Step 2 – Select a blog to import:
If you have more than one blog attached to a single Blogger account all of them will be listed with an “Import” button for each blog. The example below shows just one.

Step 3 – Author mapping:
On Blogger you have one username, and on WordPress another username. The author mapping process allows you to establish an association between the two usernames.

Once these 3 steps have been completed the import proceeds automatically.


  • After than would be go your's wordpress site=> login than go to the Tools => import => 
  1. Authoriz      or 
  2. Have blog's export file than upload file and import.



Google an Application Specific Password!

Did you know! google passwword is safety ir not, you'd be thinking about the not safety than
do you want to be google applicatin  specific password is here!

Application-specific passwords

An application-specific password can only be created when you are signed up for 2-step verification.

Some applications that work outside a browser aren't yet compatible with 2-step verification and cannot ask for verification codes, for example:
• AdWords Editor
• Apps on smartphones such as Android, BlackBerry or iPhone
• Google Voice mobile application on iPhone
• Chrome Sync
• Mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook
• Chat clients such as Google Talk or AIM
To use these applications, you first need to generate an application-specific password. Next, enter that in the password field of your application instead of your regular password. You can create a new application-specific password for each application that needs one. Learn more

Watch the video on application-specific passwords

Step 1 of 2: Generate new application-specific password
Enter a name to help you remember what application this is for:
ex: "Bob's Android", "Gmail on my iPhone", "GoogleTalk", "Outlook - home computer", "Thunderbird"


How to import a BlogSpot blog into WordPress Part-1

If you have a blog at blogspot.com and decide to switch your hosting to wordpress.com or a self-hosted WordPress blog you can import all the posts, images and comments by using the WordPress Import feature. The automated process also has import functions for LiveJournal, Posterous, Splinder, Israblog, Movable Type and TypePad, Yahoo!360°, Blogli, Vox.com, Tumblr, or another WordPress blog hosted elsewhere.
I’ve used this process for Blogger but not the others. Although all the posts and comments get transferred, widgets in the sidebar are ignored. You would have to re-create those from scratch. Blogger ‘Labels’ are preserved as WordPress ‘Categories’.
To start the process go to the WordPress admin area and choose
Tools > Import. Then choose which blogging system you want to import from.
Please note: To use the importer with Blogger you must have a Google account and an upgraded blog. If you have an old-style Classic template you will need to switch to the new Blogger system (screenshot). The blog must be hosted on BlogSpot, not externally via FTP.
Step 1 – Authorize the transfer:
It would be helpful to login to your Google Account before you begin the import process. Then you can simply click the “Grant access” button and continue.

Step 2 – Select a blog to import:
If you have more than one blog attached to a single Blogger account all of them will be listed with an “Import” button for each blog. The example below shows just one.

Step 3 – Author mapping:
On Blogger you have one username, and on WordPress another username. The author mapping process allows you to establish an association between the two usernames.

Once these 3 steps have been completed the import proceeds automatically.

An experience of importing 2000+ posts

I was contacted by Kenny Smith, who wanted to replace a pre-Blogger-in-Beta blog on his self-hosted site. He sent a write-up of his experience:
“My Blogger blog was on an FTP-hosted site, so the first step was to temporarily convert that to Blogspot. That was easy to do inside the Blogger platform. I had more than 2,000 posts to move over to WordPress which was a problem because Blogger is capping the export at 500 posts now. Trial, error and Google searches taught me that I could export the whole thing to a WordPress hosted blog. So I simply created a MYURL.wordpress.com and exported everything from MYURL.blogspot.com – This was effortless.
The next problem, though, came when I tried to export to a hosted www.myurl.com/wordpress/ site. The step is to save the data from the myurl.wordpress.com site on your machine as an XML file. This is easily done within the WordPress platform. The problem was in trying to export that from desktop to www.myurl.com/wordpress/ After two days in tech support conversations with the WordPress folks (who were VERY helpful) we decided that my ISP was timing me out. So what I would see after trying to export 2,000 posts would be 1,734 or 1,722 or 1,755. This got frustrating quickly. Especially while deleting them all, 15 posts at a time.
The answer is a fairly simple one… … Take that XML file and segregate the data, perhaps by months or years if you’re dealing with thousands of posts, into several XML files to prevent the time out. WordPress’ tech people helped me break mine down into three XML files instead of the one I’d been trying and it all uploaded on the first attempt thereafter.
And now, the only really problem I have is an issue of the dates. Everything is written like it took place one day later than it really did. However, I seem to have 2,053 posts on the wordpress site, and I was trying to import 2,055. 99.9 percent is a nice success rate thanks to this extra step in the workaround and a little help from Nick at WordPress.”

Why switch to WordPress.com?

On another site there’s a table which summarizes the features of the two systems: WordPress vs. BlogSpot.
  • Quite a few BlogSpot features added after 2006 depend on JavaScript. They won’t show up in older types of mobile device or browsers in which JavaScript is disabled. Google services rely heavily on client-side scripts which add significantly to download times. Outside towns and cities in America, Europe, and wealthy countries in South East Asia, broadband penetration has been minimal. Elsewhere, it’s confined to major cities (ditto for mobile broadband coverage). A 2007 article in PC World magazine noted that Rural America is doomed to Dial-Up. It looks like Google only cares about catering to city slickers in prosperous nations.
  • Photo bloggers get a better deal with WordPress.com. In individual posts you can add a photo gallery with a single tag. You can also use a Photoblogger Theme. There are several to choose from.
  • There’s always the risk that Google may require users to set up a Google+ account (real names mandatory) in order to continue using the Blogger service.
  • I got fed up with a constant stream of spam comments for deletion in my WordPress dashboard. Especially as there were very few genuine comments for moderation. It’s true that if you ignore the Akismet spam queue they’ll be deleted automatically after a while, but it’s difficult to ignore them as a few might have been falsely tagged as spam.
  • Blogger makes it easy to change fonts and colors in every theme. None of them are restricted to a limited set of options.
  • It has been said elsewhere, but the dashboard Blog Stats don’t really compare to free third-party tracker scripts such as StatCounter and Google Analytics. The graph looks nice, but it’s done with a script so you can’t right-click to save it.

  • Ref;ourtimes.wordpres

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

How Your Tongue Works

by Sarah Dowdey

2007 HowStuffWorks

The Tongue and Taste

While the tongue's muscles guidefood between the teeth and shape it so that it's digestible, the peripheral sense organ is perhaps better known for its role in the perception of taste. The tongue not only detects gustatory (taste) sensations, but also helps sense the tactile, thermal and even painful stimuli that give food its flavor.
Most people mistake the bumpy structures that cover the tongue's surface for taste buds. These are actually papillae: goblet-shaped elevations that sometimes contain taste buds and help create friction between the tongue and food. Taste buds are smaller structures, tucked away in the folds between papillae. Every taste bud is made up of basal and supporting cells that help maintain about 50 gustatory receptor cells. These specialized receptors are stimulated by the chemical makeup of solutions. They respond to several primary tastes: sweet, salty, bitter, sour, umami (savory) and fat, which some scientists claim might be a sixth taste. When a stimulus activates a gustatory cell, the receptor will synapse with neurons and send an electrical impulse to the gustatory region of the cerebral cortex. The brain interprets the sensation as taste.
Each gustatory receptor cell has a long, spindlelike protrusion called a gustatory hair that comes into contact with the outside environment. The hair extends from a small opening, or taste pore, and mingles with molecules of food introduced by saliva. The saliva solution contains digestive enzymes that help break down foods chemically. Saliva is secreted by three major salivary glands -- the parotidsubmandibularand sublingual glands -- as well as other small salivary glands contained within the tongue and mouth.
Aside from the tongue's ability to detect gustatory stimuli, it also perceives temperature and the complex tactile sensations that food scientists call mouth feel. The tongue, along with the rest of the mouth, helps determine a food's texture, oiliness, chewiness, viscosity and density.
In the next section, we'll learn about how the tongue functions in speech.



Taste-receptor cells, buds and papillae.

Jayaram Chandrashekar, Mark A. Hoon, Nicholas J. P. Ryba & Charles S. Zuker

a, Taste buds (left) are composed of 50–150 TRCs (depending on the species), distributed across different papillae. Circumvallate papillae are found at the very back of the tongue and contain hundreds (mice) to thousands (human) of taste buds. Foliate papillae are present at the posterior lateral edge of the tongue and contain a dozen to hundreds of taste buds. Fungiform papillae contain one or a few taste buds and are found in the anterior two-thirds of the tongue. TRCs project microvillae to the apical surface of the taste bud, where they form the 'taste pore'; this is the site of interaction with tastants. b, Recent molecular and functional data have revealed that, contrary to popular belief, there is no tongue 'map': responsiveness to the five basic modalities — bitter, sour, sweet, salty and umami — is present in all areas of the tongue6, 8, 9, 32,78.


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Way to Make Money Online Part(2)

Make Money While Your Sleep!

12 Ways to Make Money on Facebook

How to Make Money on Facebook
How to make money on Facebook? If you are a Facebook user or have been around social networking sites for a while, you’ve probably heard that! But, is it really possible to make money with Facebook? How would you go about making money on Facebook? What are some ideas to make money with the help of this giant social networking site?…
Well, thanks to some very useful and user friendly applications, today
12 Free Facebook application that you can use to make money with Facebook!
almost anyone who has a Facebook page, can make money in a variety of ways. With one simple installation, you can be on your way to m
ake money on Facebook. Of course like any other methods of making money, specifically making money online, it takes hard work and persistence to be able to make a decent amount of money on Facebook. Although these applications make it very easy to get on the path of making money with face book, its the strategy and a well thought out plan, combined with persistence and hard work, that ultimately factors in your success or failure in making money with Facebook. Here are some applications you can use to make money on Facebook:
1. Radical Buy This is almost like a Facebook made eBay. You can sell anything on your Facebook page using this unique app. List an item and have it visible to all Facebook users instantly. Now, the cool think is that you can offer commission to others who will sell your items on their Facebook page, allowing you to reach more potential buyers. Of course that means, even if you don’t have any item for sale, you can show other peoples item on your Facebook page and make money with the commission you get for selling there stuff.
Sadly RadicalBuy has discontinued its widgets and apps and doesn’t work any more. I will try to find another good app that can be help you make money with your Facebook account, as soon as I can.
2. My Merch Store If you have red my 9 Website To Make Money With By Designing & Selling … article, then you know about Zazzle. Well, now Zazzel allows you to create and design any product on their site(which is free) and sell them on your face book. Think about the potential buyer base for customized t-shirts and hats and etc, specially if you have a lot of Facebook friends. You can also sell product created by other artists and earn a commission on those. So, even if you don’t want to deal with designing, you have a way to make money on face book using Zazzle.
3. Cafe Press It’s the same idea as Zazzle, but with a much bigger and well known online store. Cafepress lets you easily sell any product from anti Obama Shirts to pro Obama Shirts, on your Facebook and make money, whether it was created by you or someone else.
4. Ether Ether is a website that you can make money on by giving advice to people over the phone or by chatting. But now, you can use their new application on Facebook to make money while giving advice to people over the phone. If you’re good at giving advice, this may be the way for you to make some extra money on Facebook. Also if you know a second language, this app makes it easy to teach others and make money. You set the rates and Ether provides a number that individuals can call. The call will then be forwarded to your personal telephone number.
5. Music Blaster With MusicBlaster you can put a simple little music store on your Facebook, and sell music from BlastMyMusic.com. You earn 5% for each song sold. The cool think about this app is the fact that you can help your favorite band or singer to sell their music while you make money, as well as helping them to gain more exposure.
6. Garage Sale The name says it all, its the good old Garage Sale, but a “Facebooky” Garage Sale. Simply add Garage Sale to your profile page and list every thing you want to sell. When someone buys something, Garage Sale automatically bills the buyer’s credit card and lets you when to ship the item. Your money is deposited directly into your Pay Pal account, or you can request payment by check. However they charge a 5% commission on the total sales price, but that’s all. No other fee for setup or anything like that.
7. Shopit Shopit is a free Social Commerce Network that gives users the ability to buy, sell or trade any product or service. Simply add a free store to your Facebook and sell anything you like. Another easy way to make money on Facebook.
8. FlameTunes FT was founded in 2007 by an Iranian-American named Nima Khakpour. This app is more for the artists to sell their music. So, if you are an artist, FlameTunes enables you to sell your music on your Facebook. You can also use it to sell music on MySpace.
9. Lemonade Remember when you setup your first lemonade stand in your community? Well, this app allows you to use the same concept, combining commerce and community, and have a lemonade stand in a digital (Facebook) neighborhood. Basically you add what you want to sell to a lemonade stand, and put it on your Facebook. It’s free and easy.
10. eBay Who knew that was coming? Yep, you guessed it. Now you can have your eBay on Facebook. This application allows you to add eBay auction listings to your Profile. Sell things to your Facebook friends from crafts, jewelry to diary pages, undies and dinner dates or just whatever you’re selling on eBay! You also have the option to add a charity auction that you support, on your Facebook profile. I think it’s a very smart way to combine eBay and Facebook, and you don’t even need an eBay Account!
11. Lending Club It’s almost like prosper, where you land money to others and make money with the interest you make from the loan. Not to worry though, lending club has all the detail covered. So, it’s completely safe, and the whole legal and trust issues are taking cared by lending club. If you can use it safley, it can be a good way to make money with your Facebook.
12. e3buy Auction Buy, sell or trade anything. Auction your used or new stuff. With e3buy you can open a customizes store, upload your logo and start selling things. unlike eBay, there is no commission or fee to be paid. it’s completely free to use. It is also fully integrated with PayPal, so you can get paid fast.
If you know of any app that makes it possible for one to make money using Facebook, let me know and I will add it to this list. There you have it, 12 free applications that let you make money on Facebook. Now you know how to make money on Facebook.
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Ref: blogstash

About Facebook Advertising

Facebook makes money by showing you relevant ads. Here’s an example to show you how it works

A business creates an ad

Let’s say a gym opens in your neighborhood. The owner creates an ad to get people to come in for a free workout.

Facebook gets paid to deliver the ad

The owner sends the ad to Facebook and describes who should see it: people who live nearby and like running.

The right people see the ad

Facebook only shows you the ad if you live in town and like to run. That’s how advertisers reach you without knowing who you are.

Ads help keep Facebook free

From the beginning, the people who built Facebook wanted it to be free for everyone. It now costs over a billion dollars a year to run Facebook, and delivering ads is how Facebook pays for this.

You can impact the ads you see

Unlike ads on television, you can influence which ads you see on Facebook. Spot something that doesn’t interest you? Click the X and it’s gone.

Facebook makes money by showing you relevant ads. Here’s an example to show you how it works>>>Link: About Facebook Advertising!

Top Questions

You’ve probably heard some theories about how Facebook makes money. Here are the facts:

Is it true that Facebook sells my name and contact info to make money?

No. Facebook does not sell your personal information. Instead, Facebook makes its money from showing you ads.
Selling your information would actually be bad for Facebook. Here’s why: Facebook was created to help you share and connect with the people in your life. If you don’t feel like you’re in control of who sees what you share, you probably won’t use Facebook as much, and you’ll share less with your friends. Not only is that bad for Facebook, it’s also bad for you. That’s why only the people you choose to share with see your stuff.

What’s the difference between ads and sponsored stories?

Ads and sponsored stories are types of sponsored content on Facebook:

1. Ads

A business creates an ad and pays Facebook to deliver it to the people who are most likely to find it useful. For example, you might see an ad for a local gym if you live nearby, are a certain age and like running. Learn more about ads.

2. Sponsored Stories

A sponsored story is different from an ad because it’s a story you can already see about activity from people you’re connected to, Pages you like or apps you use. A business pays to sponsor these regular stories to increase the chances that you’ll notice it. Learn more about sponsored stories.

I never click on ads, so why do businesses pay Facebook to show them?

Businesses want to get their message in front of the right people. They pay Facebook to deliver ads to people who might be interested – whether or not those people click on the ads. To see how businesses purchase ads, check out the ad creation tool.

Does Facebook use my name or photo in ads?

Posts or activity that include your profile photo or name – like a story about you liking Starbucks – may be paired with an ad or highlighted in a sponsored story. Your name and photo will only appear to people you shared the original story with.
Learn more about ads and privacy.

I don’t want to see ads on Facebook. Can I shut them off?

No, but you can influence the ads you see (see below).

How do I influence the ads I see?

Ads are designed to be useful, and not disrupt your experience on Facebook. There are a few ways to impact the Facebook ads you see:
  • See more of your favorites. Click or like your favorite ads to see more ads like those. You can also add more of your interests to your timeline (profile) to see ads that better reflect what you’re into.
  • See less of what you don’t like. Spot an ad you’re not interested in? Click the X and it’s gone. Facebook will try not to show you similar ads again. You can also report any ad that offends you.
Check out your Ads Board to see the types of Facebook ads you personally might see.

Ref: Facebook

Way to Make Money Online Part(1)


Make $10 a Day

Want to learn how to make money the easy way?… Here is a simple way to make around $10 a day (or more depending on how much time and effort you put into it):

1. Register with CashCrate for free (Open link in a new window)

Simply click on this link and register for free. I don’t have to tell you this, but make sure to check your email for confirmation link to confirm your account.

2. Pick offers

Login to your dashboard and you will see a list of offers. Use the “Show” box (on the right side) to choose what kind of offer you want to see; either 100% free or trial offers. Then use the “Sort” box to see offers first based on “rating”, “popularity”, “payout” and so on.

3. Do offers

Pick an offer and click on it. It will open in a new window where you can complete the offer. Make sure after you complete the offer, go back to your dashboard and click the “submit” button for the offer you just completed. You have to do this, other wise you won’t get credited for the offer.

4. Wait for your account to get credited for the offer

Some offers get credited instantly, some take a few hours and some may take a few days. When the offer has cleared, your account will be credited for that offer.

5. Cash your check!

It’s as simple as requesting your check and cashing it when it arrives!

1. Earn more money with Daily Surveys

They have a feature called “daily surveys”. For each completed survey you are usually paid around $.80. You can make an extra $24 every month by completing just one survey each day that will take you just a few minutes.

2. Clear Your Cookies

You may not get credited for some offers if you do multiple offers from the same company. To make sure you do get credited, delete the “cookies” from your computer.

3. Use a throw away email

Some offers may require you to put in your email address, whcih they may use to send you promotional and especial offers. If you don’t want to deal with that, simply get a new email address and use it just for completing offers

4. Free Trials pay a lot more

Trial offers usually pay a lot more than the free offers. Some trials pay as much as $50! The good thing is, if you dont like the trial and dont want to go through with it, you can cancel the trial before the 30 day period. That way, you won’t be charged a single penny.

5. Refer other people and earn more money

Use your referral links to refer your family and friends. Not only your friends can make some extra money, you also get a percentage of what they earn. It won’t come out of their earnings or anything like that, its just a way for the site to show appreciation since you introduced more people to the site.


Saturday, May 19, 2012

Make Money While You Sleep ! Part(6)

Grow your Online Business with DoubleClick for Publishers

As an AdSense publisher, you know that the ad revenue you’re earning from your site is important to maintaining and growing your online business. In addition to AdSense, are you also using other ad networks on your pages or selling some of your ad space directly to specific

If so, you may have found that it can be time-consuming to determine and manage when and where your ads should show, in order for you to earn the most money possible. And if an advertiser has very specific requirements for their campaigns — such as only appearing during a certain time of day or only to users located in a certain country — it can be challenging to fulfill these types of requests.

Grow your Online Business with DoubleClick for Publishers

That’s where an ad server like DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) Small Business can help. An ad server helps you deliver ads to your pages, allowing you to manage ads from AdSense, multiple ad networks, and directly sold ads.

Grow your Online Business with DoubleClick for Publishers

DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) Small Business is a free hosted ad serving solution that helps you manage your growing online advertising business. It has simple interface, workflow and inventory management systems make it easy to get up and running quickly. It also has sophisticated feature set that grows and evolves with your business including robust forecasting, reporting and targeting capabilities. In addition to this, you can connect dynamically to a large pool of advertisers through Google AdSense and other ad networks.

Features and Benefits

DFP Small Business offers a complete ad serving toolkit for growing publishers including streamlined trafficking, advanced forecasting and reporting, and integrated revenue optimization. Browse the detailed feature list below to learn more.

Ad trafficking and delivery controls when, where, and to whom, your ads appear. Use flexible delivery controls to deliver ads how you and your advertisers want to see them.

Inventory management
Define inventory at granular levels to match how you sell your site’s ad inventory. Flexible inventory set-up and targeting expand your array of sales opportunities.

Revenue optimization
Enable real-time competition between Google AdSense, third-party ad networks, and other non-guaranteed advertisers for any inventory on your website. DFP Small Business will optimize your revenue by automatically selecting the highest paying ad.

Inventory forecasting
Easily confirm the ad inventory you have available to sell with inventory forecasting. Avoid overbooking and underselling.

Fast, flexible and robust reporting allows you to optimize campaign delivery and uncover new opportunities.

Intuitive user interface
Decrease training time and trafficking steps with an easy-to-use user interface.

Mobile support
Fully integrated mobile ad trafficking, inventory management, forecasting, reporting and ad delivery.

Significant cost savings
Pay no ad serving, hosting, maintenance, or bandwidth costs.

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Ad serving powered by Google’s fast and reliable infrastructure. Seamless access to Google’s suite of ad serving solutions and a modern API to meet your needs as you grow.

Watch an introductory video below to learn more:

If you’ve started using multiple ad networks or have started receiving requests from advertisers to place their ads on your site directly, DFP Small Business is a great solution.

Sign up for a free account – www.google.com/dfp/info/sb/index.html

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Friday, May 18, 2012

Make Money While You Sleep! Part(6)

Lot of time people ask question from me that how to start a blog and make money or how tomake money blogging and my answered is that YES money blogging is successful process to make money online.
Make Money Blogging
This is a detailed and easy to understand information that will help you setup your own blog from begin. This information is not to encourage someone to begin running a blog. It is most effective for someone who already determined to begin a blog and need some detailed route of the whole process.

Use a free running a blog service such as wordpress orBlogger, or identify a blog on your own web page with a top-level web page. To generate income, you can use either, but the latter choice is more expert. If you plan to transform into an entire online business, purchasing a domain name and expert hosting is recommended. 

Decide a niche and domain name-
You need to recognize a market or topic that could possibly be a successful one, pick a domain name depending on the analysis you have done, buy it, host it and set up the blog. This is where it gets tedious, because you will have to analysis this. Sorry - now the perform starts. You didn't think it was going to be that simple earning money from a blog did you? Don't fear if purchasing a domain and webhost this implies nothing to you - we will get to that. 

Search for evergreen money making niche and unique blog name- 
This is where the perform starts. I can guarantee you from knowledge, that if you are creating blog with the single objective of earning cash, you need to find a successful market.  As an example, let us say you have done some analysis, and resolved on games items as a possibly successful market and determined to generate income from your site by promoting games items. A possible key expression that someone might use to look for for a games item would be "spot products," so an appropriate domain name would be gamespot.com. Whereas you are unlikely to offer many games items through, gametraining.com.
As far as I am worried, this is by far the most officially strenuous aspect of earning money with a blog, and I individually dislike doing it - but, it is a necessary phase in the procedure. This is my first recommendation.

Bye domain name and hosting for blog-
Let's keep with gamespot.com. We have determined that this would be an excellent name to offer games items. Whether we are going to actually offer our own item, use the search engines promotion, offer online items and programs or offer websites really does not matter here.
Go to Host Gator or Bluehost  and use their look for ability to see if that name is available by hitting the option that says "start domain names search" and stuffing in the phrase " gamespot," and seeing if it is available. If it is you then need to begin a consideration, and buy both the domain and hosting from them.
Make the blog look good. Starting a blog to earn cash requires some degree of reliability. Search for quality, eye-catching blog layouts and choose the one that you like the most. Three pillar designs will leave more room for advertising.

Monetize Blogs for money blogging-
Monetize blogs for money blogging is having lot of ways and some of the best are below.
  1. Join affiliate programs like Clickbank ebay or amazonfor product that you are going to promote on your blog.
  2. Use Google AdSense and Monetize Blogs (CPC) are best way to make money from blogs. 
  3. Try for different best CPM networks that pay you for only impression.
  4. Go for Direct Banner Advertising by which you can sell ads space to other and they will pay you for their ads running on you blog.
Ref:Bhupendra Sharma at net.makemoneyonline.blog's

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