Sunday, September 12, 2010
THIS BOOK IS GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW TO:
1. Create and automatically manage ‘marketable’ Twitter accounts.
2. Generate mass following on each of these accounts using free internet tools.
3. Sign-up to the most popular and profitable revenue generating pay-per-click
4. Avoid the pitfalls of Twitter’s TOS and the PPC website’s TOS. In other words –
how NOT to get banned!
5. Spend your money when you have earned it... only joking, that’s entirely up to
This is a step by step process and you need to follow exactly the procedure which has
been meticulously crafted for you here. The book has been broken up into STEPS not
Saturday, August 21, 2010
On those sites, I found it very useful to mix my ad systems so that I was making money with AdSense, with affiliate units, with CPM banners and with Chitika’s eMiniMalls too.
But eMiniMalls weren’t perfect. On pages that didn’t talk about products, the units were largely ignored. I tended only to use them on product pages.
And it turns out that advertisers weren’t completely happy with them either.
Even though they were generating plenty of clicks, those clicks weren’t producing large numbers of sales. So the advertisers told Chitika that they wanted more. They told Chitika that they didn’t just want clickthroughs of at least 2 percent; they wanted conversion rates of at least 2 percent.
Now, that’s some tall order. Chitika has no control over what users do once they’ve clicked the ad. It’s not the ad system’s job to persuade users to buy. All a good ad system can do is serve ads that match users’ needs and make the units look appealing.
Chitika’s eMiniMalls were doing that very well.
But faced with the loss of advertisers unhappy at paying for leads that didn’t convert, Chitika was forced to do a little re-thinking.
The company came up with a unique solution.
It created Premium ads — units designed to appear only to a fraction of a website’s users: those who reached the site through a search engine; and those who are based in the United States or Canada.
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Cara memainkannya adalah dengan mengacak dan mengembalikan kotakan-kotakan tersebut ke sisi-sisi yang sebenarnya sesuai dengan kelompok warnanya. Permainan Rubik diberi nama oleh penciptanya “Magic Cube” dan dipatenkan tahun 1975 di Hungaria. Meskipun begitu sebelumnya telah ada paten yang serupa di Kanada 1972 dan di Inggris 1974.
Teknologi Rubik ini sempat pula mengalami sengketa hak paten dari si orang Kanada diatas dan juga orang Jepang , tetapi akhirnya om Rubik bisa mendapatkan US patent-nya pada tahun 1983. Pada tahun 2003 ada seorang penemu dari Yunani yg menemukan cara untuk membuat sejenis kubus rubik dengan tingat kotakan dari 5×5 sampai 11×11.
nah bagi anda yang masih penasaran, bisa langsung baca ebooknya.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
With this proliferation of new websites and blogs claiming to be Web 2.0 friendly, and the stunning growth in the popularity of social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, it is becoming increasingly clear that people all over the world are using the internet as a principal means of communication in ever increasing numbers.
Not surprisingly, therefore, businesses both big and small have also begun to recognize and understand the potential of such websites and networks for expanding their customer bases.
For example, whereas perhaps only a year or eighteen months ago, most large corporate websites were purely informational, many are now being adapted to offer far greater levels of interactivity to both customers and casual website viewers.
Thus it is that more and more customers are able to take advantage of 24/7 ‘Help’ and ‘chat’ lines that are appearing on many large corporate websites with increasing frequency. Added to this, polls, customer surveys, and inbuilt feedback facilities are becoming ever more popular too.
Previously, on the vast majority of websites, such features were almost unheard of. So, there would have been little about the average website to encourage user communication, apart from a simple e-mail address or two line reply form at the bottom of a webpage.
In the same manner, businesses are rapidly beginning to appreciate that social networking websites that have many millions of individual members from all over the world could potentially represent massive market places for their products.
It is for this reason that a site like MySpace.com (which in September 2007 passed 200 million account holders) has become such an increasingly attractive proposition for advertisers to become involved with.
MySpace is still far and away the largest social networking site, and the one that most people are probably most familiar with. Having been originally established in August 2003, it is also one of the longest established of the social networking sites too.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
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