Thursday, April 30, 2015

How can you make money with Infolinks,what kind of website is Infolinks,how does it works?

Infolinks is great service for publishers and advertisers where you can customize your own campaign how ever you like.

how to make money with infolinks
Infolinks
It is quite easy actually to install the ad units,they have like inFrame, InFold, InTag, and InText. 
If you are an advertiser,than Infolinks is perfect for your campaign to promote thousands of infolinks engaged users.

How Publishers make money with Infolinks?

If you have a blog with nice traffic,than I suggest you tu apply for Infolinks Publisher,because they work diferent than other Marketplaces.
The good thing is that you can place their code to your wordpress ,blogger or which ever platform you use,in just a few minutes, their ads shows in text of your blog post,so caled InText ads, so it has more chance if someone read your article move over with mouse will click on underlined words so that way you get clicks,and money of course :)
See on my blog,I have those ads.
Or,if you do't like ti,you can chose beside InText ad units like inFrame, InFold, InTag.
Very easy to implement,soon as you sign up,you can connect units with your blog platform.

Try it :)   SIGN UP
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Posted on Thursday, April 30, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

5 best programs for photo editing and you can sell your edited photos and make money.

Each of us has at least sometimes wish to process a photo: remove the irregularity, cut, rotate or edit colors. However, Which is the best program for editing and photo?

In this text, you have the opportunity to discover the top 5 programs for editing photos. 

5.Pixelmator
5 best programs for photo editing
Pixelmator
Pixelmator is a simple program, very nice software environment, designed for Mac users. With the possibility of adding layers and plenty of tools for editing photos, Pixelmator offers a number of possibilities. It's great for Mac users who do not require a lot of programs for photo editing, and at the same time and do not plan to allocate a larger sum of money.

4.Inkscape
5 best programs for photo editing
inkscape
Inkscape is a program for creating vector graphics, such as Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, or Xara X. In addition, it offers you still plenty of opportunities, but is definitely worth mentioning and recommendations.

3.Fireworks
5 best programs for photo editing
Fireworks
Fireworks is Adobe's program for image editing for web designers. In several fields outstrips its big brother Photoshop, because it is highly specialized for web designers. It is intended for raster and vector graphics and has the ability to simultaneously work with one and the other format at the same time, much easier and better than in Photoshop.

2.GIMP
5 best programs for photo editing
GIMP
GIMP - (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a powerful software for editing photos. With its customizable software environment, it is easy to regulate and adjust to the needs of each user. Compatible with all major operating systems, can also can install on Linux. Mac and Windows. It features a large number of tools for retouching and is suitable both for beginners and for advanced users.

1.Photoshop
5 best programs for photo editing
Photoshop
It's no surprise that the Photoshop absolute winner. Photoshop is a program that everyone comes to mind first when making files in question, and there is very little about this program that has not been said. Photoshop is definitely the best photo editing software and creating elements for websites and the like, it is now offered in the market. 

These are the best photo editors and you can sell your nice edited photos on websites where photos sells.
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Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Friday, April 10, 2015

How to register a website on Google here is simple Instructions.

For the success of the web site, it is certainly one of the most important, and often the most important, thing you have to do - sign and positioning of the site on Google.

Although Google after some time (about 3 days) I indexing (notice and began to appear in search results) your website, sometimes it happens that this period is much longer. Either way, the manual logging of your web site will speed up the process and reduce waiting. This is particularly important when it comes to a viral campaign or humanitarian action, when it is essential that your website as soon as visible to as many people on the Internet. And to succeed, you have to know how to register a website on google.


How to register a website on Google?
How to register a website on Google?
The procedure is very simple. Registration site on Google search is done in just a few steps. All you need to do is to click on: Add Url link to google the application form of the web site.

Feedback registration site on Google


Enter the domain of your website (www ....) And then type in the captcha generator and that's all. After clicking on "Send request" on the screen will print the message "The application was received and will be processed shortly."
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Posted on Friday, April 10, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Friday, March 27, 2015

HOW GOOGLE PENGUIN AFFECTS WEBSITES AND HOW TO FIGHT AGAINST HIM.

Lately in the world of web design is often mentioned Google Penguin update, others may have heard of it, and most of the webmaster and felt his influence on their websites.

HOW GOOGLE PENGUIN AFFECTS WEBSITES AND HOW TO FIGHT AGAINST HIM.
SEO optimization
This update has caused havoc in the SERP (search results the search engines) and contributed to many sites that are doing SEO optimization for themselves lose their positions on Google, while the less popular sites that look pretty poor take their place. So, what happened and how to fight it?

The meaning of Google Penguin updates to punish sites that use SEO techniques to tricky way just to take up better positions on search results. There are some things here that play a major role ...

First Onpage SEO. If you over-use your main keyword in the title, H1 tags, meta tags, etc. sidebar. Google will analyze it and repeat on the ground that will penalize - penalize sites. Google requires everything to be natural and that the keywords used sparingly on the site. Whether you want to or not from now you will have to adjust to the rules of the game that Google dictates, if you want to achieve high positions in search results.

If you do not want to customize Google have the ability to opt out of it (which is not a very smart solution) and to do optimization for Yahoo and Bing, which do not take into account all these factors and allow to use techniques the way you want to achieve the desired results.

google-penguin-update

2nd Anchor text of your incoming links. Long is a general rule that if you want to rank well for certain keywords only need to use them in the text of the link, but that's changed. Google now checks the distribution of text links that you used in Offpage SEO site optimization and asked to remove the unnatural inbound links. So if your site is reported to Google Webmaster Tools and Google detects unnatural distribution of links, you will get a message that your vegetable links unnatural and that it needs to fix. The problem is this, natural links should not always have an anchor text, some of them should look like http: //www.vašsajt.com. Anchor text should also be varied to be natural links, ie. To use different keywords in the links that lead to your site.

Many people offer various solutions and recipes how exactly should be done to build links, but our advice is to not listen to any of them. If any of them really has a secret formula for dominance in the search certainly would not share with you, but would he used and applied on its website. The most important thing is to get hold of basic guidelines defined by Google and therefore do many tests to determine which strategy works best links for you.

So how can win GOOGLE PINGVIN?

As we just said no one will share with you the exact formula of how to achieve this. What we generally recommend that you do not try to remove your old links, because it could take years. Instead, start to build new links and abide by Google's rules of distribution. Ideally if I do a new link strategy, uneven distribution of links you've had will start to equalize and looks natural to Google.

Again, this is just our recommendation you do not have that you consider unless you want to. Whatever you do wish you much success in building good links and thus increase profits of your site.

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Posted on Friday, March 27, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

When it comes to search engine optimization, many webmasters will jump through any hoops necessary to hold onto their PageRank. But is your PageRank death grip helping or hurting you?

PageRank is a number calculated by Google based on how many links are pointing to your webpage, how many links are pointing to the pages that are linking to yours, and so on. The theory is that the sites that are linked to by the most other sites must be the best sites. And if those links come from sites that have lots of links pointing to them, all the better.
Early in Google’s history, PageRank had a huge impact on how high your site got ranked in search results. It’s what made Google famous. And it’s what drove webmasters to rabidly scramble to get as many links to their sites as possible without really caring where they came from.
Because it used to be so valueable and so much emphasis was placed on tricks for building PageRank, the perceived importance of PageRank remains high even though it’s actual significance is much smaller than it used to be.
In a June 2007 article, Google engineer Amit Singhal revealed that Google’s ranking system involves over 200 factors, of which PageRank is just one.
If you think about it, it makes sense. Google’s goal is to show users the pages most likely to contain the information they’re searching for. If a page contains the keywords they entered, is the number of links pointing to that page the best measure of whether it’s the right page? Google’s system has evolved to consider much more than that.
Does the page simply contain the keyword, or is it about the keyword? Are the pages that link to it about that keyword or not? Does the link text that’s used to link to the page contain that keyword? Does the page link to other pages that talk about that keyword? Any one of those factors may be a better indicator than PageRank of whether that’s the page the user wants to see.
It’s actually very easy to test the theory that PageRank is not the all-important factor that many people think it is. Just install the Google browser toolbar, do a Google search, and check the PageRank of the pages that come up on page 1.
When I tried this experiment, one of the first searches I did was for “Chinese art”. The #4 result only had PageRank 2. It ranked higher than millions of other pages containing the same keywords not because of it’s massive PageRank (PageRank scores range from 0 to 10), but because Google believed that it was what someone searching for “Chinese art” would like to see.
A few more searches showed a PageRank 4 page in the #3 spot and a PageRank 3 page in the #6 spot for “SEO” — a highly competitive keyword (one that a lot of SEO “experts” probably spent a lot of effort trying to rank high for by building their PageRank!) And 3 of the top 10 results for “internet marketing” only had PageRank 4.
If that’s not enough logic and evidence to convince you that PageRank is no longer the all-powerful force of days past, then don’t bother using LinContEx — you won’t like it. To use this site, you have to give up your death grip on your PageRank and trust that doing the kinds of things that your website’s human visitors will value (like importing related content from other sites and linking to them) will also help you in the search engines.
I’m not saying that PageRank is worthless — it’s still one of the 200+ factors Google uses to rank pages. LinContEx isn’t all about trading PageRank for relevant content — your exchange partners will be giving you some PageRank back in exchange for the content they get from you. I’m just saying that some of the things you’re afraid to do if you value PageRank above all else are probably going to help you more than the loss of a little PageRank would hurt you.
Oh, and just to allay one more fear some webmasters have — you can easily make all of your outbound links open in a new browser window. That way, when your visitors close the sites you send them off to, they’ll still have your site open.
SOURCE: lincontex.com
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Posted on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Monday, March 02, 2015

Find blog Directories For blogs To Submit Your Blog for better exposure.

To get traffic it's critical to add your blog as much blog directories as you can,they are very good and most of them are high PR, which is the good reason for your to add your blog there if you have a good content,you can list them for beter exposure.
Most of them are free listing with some payment if you want premium listings,but some of them ask for payment those where you will get good result I can reassure you.

Here is the list: 

                                       
www.bloglines.com

www.boingboing.net


www.technorati.com


www.blogcatalog.com


www.bloggernity.com


www.blogs.com


www.globeofblogs.com


blogs.botw.org


www.blogdigger.com


www.bloggapedia.com


www.blogpulse.com


 www.blogrankings.com


 www.plazoo.com


 www.redtram.com


www.weblogalot.com


www.bloghub.com


www.blogged.com


www.blogville.us


www.topblogarea.com


www.poweredbywp.com


www.highclassblogs.com


www.ontoplist.com


www.blogexplosion.com


www.blogskinny.com


www.blogadr.com


www.blogarama.com


www.blog-directory.org


www.blogflux.com


www.bloglisting.com


www.blogoriffic.com


www.sarthak.net


www.marketingscoop.com


www.bloghints.com


www.spillbean.com


www.anse.de


www.bloggernow.com


www.blogbunch.com


www.blog-search.com


www.blogsrating.com


www.blogtoplist.com


www.lsblogs.com


www.search4blogs.com


www.blogsitelist.com


www.blogfinds.com


www.wilsdomain.com


www.addyourblog.com


www.blog-collector.com


www.theblogresource.com


www.blloggs.com


www.readablog.com                
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Posted on Monday, March 02, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

How can you verify a blog I will show you how I did it.

Verification of the blog is very important because google needs to know that you are the site owner before they show any your site's results, and  verification does not affect PageRank or affect your site's performance.

how to verify a blog?
Verification by Google Webmaster Tools 

Sign up for Google Webmaster Tools and if you did not,add your site there.
After you added your site  click on your site after that you will see on the right site little wheel, click on it and chose Verify this site.
In the Verification method you have a drop-down list to chose what type verification you want,if you want you can  select (HTML) Meta tag .
Copy the code that appears and add it to your site,when you paste it in your site,then come back and click 'verify'
You have also other mothods like verification by Google Analytics, it's also easy just follow all steps.

That's it :)
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Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015 by Nasiha Erdic

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