10 years of Viral content creation and hidden factors of global traffic

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I was started my blogging in 2004 when I was final year student of MBA in Madurai Kamraj University as a fashion to maintain daily diary. After completing my study life, travelled one company to another and finally, I had left my regular job and entered full time online worker. Blogging and Freelancing were my main pathways to earned my bread and butter on those days with lots of hardship. I had written 10+ articles on this matter, so don't want to give you boring by drugging same drum once again. In 2013, I have founded a news portal (Indilens !Insights of India) and I had got the idea of viral post or article such a few news reports got 1000's of hits globally but why? A lots of questions risen on viral article and news topic such What makes content go viral?

10 years of Viral content creation and hidden factors of global traffic  

I know that it is a tough question, but when you look around, there’s some people who are able to craft contagious content every single time as my news portal get minimum 1 article daily.

What’s their secret? Do they know something you don’t?

I can say that every one can able to do so, creating viral article or reports for their wb portal and blogs. And while they may not be aware of it, they know how to push the little “traffic buttons” on the internet without fail.

How do I know this? Because I’ve done it… for years. And until recently, I was never able to explain exactly how I was able to do it. But today, that all changes.

Before getting insight of the topic, I want to mention a name Jonah Berger who is an assistant professor of marketing at the Wharton School of Business with specializes in discovering what makes ideas and products go viral. I had learned a lots from him via his articles and books. It is mentioned that he is featured in many of the prestigious marketing research journals and publications like the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist and more.

Here is the basic factors of viral post: 

1. Positive content is more viral than negative content.

2. Content that evoked high arousal emotions—positive or negative—is more viral than content without emotion.

3. Practically useful content get’s shared.

4. A little controversial with attraction of legacy. 

5. Touching emotions of thousands. 

If your post/article carries any one character above mentioned, then It’s tough to make a blog post go viral. However, I am using some other legal tricks to make a article go viral. Here are a few of my legal tips for readers. 

  • Submit to Google+
  • Submit to Reddit
  • Submit to StumbleUpon
  • Post on Forums in niche
  • Submit to Yahoo Buzz
  • Submit to Delicious
  • Post to Twitter
  • Post to Facebook
  • Post to meetme
  • Post to Google news
  • Post to YouTube (if applicable)
  • Submit to Technorati
  • Post to Pinterest (if applicable)
  • Post to LinkedIn
  • Provide SEO keywords for images
  • Directory submissions
  • RSS directory submits
  • Forum comments
  • Relevant blog comments
  • Social bookmarking
  • Refer to posts on Yahoo! Answers
  • Refer to posts on LinkedIn
  • Refer to posts on Quora
  • Press releases
  • Link to our own past and future blog posts
  • Add to your email signature
  • Add to your signature in forums
  • Add to your next newsletter
  • Request other bloggers to mention your post

Final words from author: 

As a content creator and freelance journalist, I want to say that blogger or portal owner must look after a few other factors before publishing the post such correct keyword optimize of the post, Adding pictures next to key items with alt tag, proofread the post to check for errors with proper correction. I am sure, if any one follows the above mentioned, then surely targeted post will go viral. 

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Stop Wasting Time in Blogging to Make Money Online Now These days

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It was 2004 when we had started blogging to make money online. There were only very few people were working in that blogging industry from India to make money online. As per available information says that the countable figures from that very had got success in make money online via blogging. I think that the pioneer names are known to all those are still working in blogging industry to make money online. 

Stop Wasting Time in Blogging to Make Money Online Now These days

You heard somewhere that you can make money blogging. It’s something magic: someone said that you can work 4-hour daily, from everywhere in the world, and make lots of money…much more than you could do with a full-time regular job! You dreamed about passive income, and finally you had an easy chance to get it, so you got on the boat: you started your own blog. You worked on it and took information about blogging.

To tell the truth you worked hard on it, and you read everything you could read about it. But, since the beginning, you haven’t earned a lot of money from your blog. You tried everything, but you just get few cents (and maybe not even them).Some time, it is seen that some bloggers earn very few pennies after working 15 to 20 hours daily.

What’s missing?

Traffic? Comments? Tweets or likes? Email subscribers?

No, it’s something more important. Blogging (Alone) to Make Money Online is a Waste of Time. Many people think that they can monetize their blog with ads. Yes, you can do it, and you can even have a decent income with that approach…but do you really want that? To live by blogging ads you need to have a HUGE traffic direct to your blog. You can bring that amount of traffic to your blog, but how much work will it require?
A lot.
Is your hard work worth the prize?
I don’t think.

Life is one and time is extremely precious. Every second you waste will not come back. You want a passive income to enjoy the most of the time you have. It’s a non-sense to waste an enormous amount of time for few cents. Other people think that they can monetize their blog with ebooks.

This a better approach. Much better!

You’ll need a smaller traffic to have a decent income. But, again, your way on a decent income is quite long. Ebooks and ads are 2 of the most used ways to monetize blogs online. Both of them will require a lot of work and maybe you’ll never reach the full-time income with them. You are working hard to get a small amount of money.

Now let’s consider a different approach.

Stop Blogging, You Want an Online Business. Stop thinking to you blog as a blog and start thinking about it as the way to start your business. This is the only way with which you can make a good quantity of money without working like a slave. And it’s the best way to reach the success you desire.
Considering your blog as part of your business will give to your strategies a radical shift:

1. You Work Seriously on Your Business

If you consider your blog just a blog, you will not push yourself to bring it to the next level. You will not write your posts if you don’t want. You will not promote your blog if you don’t want. When you think to your blog as the base of your business, you will force yourself to write posts, promote your blog, write guest posts, reach other bloggers and many more… You take it seriously because you know that you are working on the source of your income.

When I started my first blog in 2004 on blogger.com platform, I wrote posts and then I published them after a quick review. Now, I write a post (not regular) but take care :
  • I read it carefully
  • I change many elements
  • I try to improve it as much as possible
  • I edit it
  • I publish the ultimate post
I do these because my posts are windows to my business.  If I don’t do the best for you with my posts how could you trust my business? I want to give you my best, so I do my best to my News Portal Indilens and SEO company website Focusa2zThis approach is a key for your online business success.

2. You Invest in Your Online Business

Would someone with a healthy mind invest in blogging?
No way. No one will invest in something that will not give a reasonable return of investment. Instead, if you consider your blog as part of your business, you will invest in it. You know that to start a business you have to afford some costs. It’s ok, because you know that once you get on the right track, you’ll get money from it. To build a solid business with to your blog, you need to invest. Anyway the costs of your blog will be smaller than the ones for an offline business. Do you know that starting an offline business takes from 7000$ to several thousands of dollars?

Well, with a blog you can start your business with less than 1000$ dollars: Web hosting is about 90-120$ dollars per year (with BlueHost). An email software like Aweber (the best one) only costs 194$ per year. A formidable WordPress theme (like Genesis) will only cost 50-100$. Trainings to speed up your blog have various costs…for example, the best guest posting training is only 100$. 

An offline business may take years to cover the initial investment, with an online business, in 6-12 months you start enjoying your work. If you want to make money online, be serious about your business: investments are an essential part. Try to avoid them when it’s possible, but some of them are indispensable.

3. You Work on Different Sources of Income

At the beginning of this post, we talked about ads and ebooks as sources of income.

I’m not contrary to them, but it’s crucial to be smart. Are your ads a support to your income or are they the main source of your income? In the first case, I think it’s ok (even thought it’s not the best strategy). In the second case, you may want to review your priorities. The same applies to your ebooks. Ebooks are great because they are easy to make and easy to sell, but they should be a side strategy. You can get experience and build authority with your ebooks (they are perfect fits as first products), but then pass to “heavy things”.

You have many ways to build the core of your online business income:

  • Courses (live or video)
  • Consulting (1-on-1 or companies consulting)
  • Membership sites
  • Physical products
  • Softwares
  • Seminars or Webinars
  • Audio products

With my first ebook, I made some money from it…but the average earning for first few months was less than 100$. When I launched my first video course, I made 300$ in 10 days!
Do you see the power of these sources of income?  Why should you limit to ebooks and ads? Notice that all the suggestions listed above have a bigger price than ebooks.

4. You Stop Making Silly Things

I did lots of silly things; it’s normal when you don’t understand. When I started my first blog, I published 5 posts per week in the first few months. I saw that “strategy” from other bloggers, so I thought it was the way it had to be. I wish I published half of those posts. I wish I spent the time saved in that way bringing my posts to more people. It was a wrong strategy to publish 5 posts per week. When you think to your blog as a blog you don’t ask yourself key questions.

When you think to your blog as an online business you start asking yourself:
Is this task going to help my business?
Is it worth my time?
Can I do it better?
Is there anyone that can teach it to me?

“It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.” – Decouvertes 

These questions will help you to find the best strategies to succeed.

5. You Aren’t Afraid to Sell

It’s fun: many people use content marketing to make money with their blogs, but they forget to sell.
The marketing part in content marketing is equally important as the content part.

Some bloggers feel shame to sell their stuff. They think it’s awkward to sell their products explicitly. When you have a business, you know that you have to sell. It’s normal: you have a business to sell something.  If you have something phenomenal to offer, you even feel proud to sell: you know that you are doing a kindness to offer your great services/products.

The best businessmen know that

They think: “My services are so awesome that you should be silly for not buying them”. People perceive that and think: “Wow! Look at him: he’s so proud of his services that they should be phenomenal. I should be silly for not buying them”.

Final views from author: 

The choice between blogging and online business depends on your goals. Are you blogging or are you running an online business with your blog? Let me hear your opinion . Also, if you have any question, I’m here to answer to you.

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Normally Trapping Web Design Mistakes Which Cost Failure in Online Business

Business and marketing has been already occupied by World Wide Web and maximum small and medium establishments have made own presence in online world even large scale industries also stepped their identification via websites. 

Normally Trapping Web Design Mistakes Which Cost Failure in Online Business 

Do you know that your sidebar may cost you a lot of money? To tell the truth it’s not the only part of your web design that may make you lose some bucks. Give a look around the web and you’ll notice many silly (but common) web design mistakes. Would you go in a restaurant with a dirty frontage and some rubbish near the entry? I wouldn’t. Those things make you think that such restaurant is low quality and serves unhealthy food. A similar thing happens when you land on a bad looking blog: you classify it as low quality, and you leave as fast as light. Even if a first time visitor remains on an ugly blog, probably he won’t buy products because of the design. 

People need to know that you are reliable and professional to buy from you, but a bad web design gives a sense of unreliability. Of course, a phenomenal web design will help you to sell more products, reduce bounce rate, increase your perceived expertise and better engage your readers, but it will cost you a lot of money, and probably you don’t want to invest them until you grow your business and can afford such investment. The good new is that you don’t need a phenomenal web design, you just have to avoid 7 silly mistakes that can easily kill your business. 

1. Unprofessional Overall Look 

The first thing that you see when you land on a new blog is the overall look of the page. If it doesn’t seem good enough you will leave the site in few seconds. There are many design mistakes in this page, but I want to focus only on the overall look now. As you land on this blog, you see a white page with a quite ugly picture, a green header with a very bad text (green text on a green picture is a huge mistake!), a very flat menu and a light blue background. Would you buy from this blog? Of course not! The biggest difference in the overall look of blog comes from the theme that you use. I highly suggest you to take a premium WordPress theme instead of a free one: it’s on a completely different level in web design and seems professional. There’s a reason because all the most popular bloggers have a premium WordPress theme (and usually, they hire a designer to bring it to the next level too): it’s because premium themes are far better than free themes. I hear from many people that they don’t want to spend money on their blog. Well, it’s ok, but then I hear them complain about their poor results and I wonder “Why are you complaining? You want people to spend money on your business, but you’re the first who doesn’t spend money on it. This is hypocrisy, isn’t it?”. Your blog overall look it’s too important to neglect it. You could even choose a free WordPress themes, but in this case, you need to customize it and make it look great (with most of the free themes you’ll need to know codes or ask to someone who knows codes…but in the latter case you will spend less with a premium theme that you can customize by yourself). The overall design should look harmonious. Pay attention to details. Your background should fit well in the overall look. And follow all the next web design tips.

2. Bad Header 

The header is a key element in your web design. It can help you to get the attention of the people or it can scare your visitors and make them leave your blog. Surfing a little the web you’ll notice that most of the blogs have terrible headers. It’s probably the most undervalued element in the web design, even though it’s one of the most important part of the page. First and foremost, if you want to insert a picture or a graphic work in your header, insert a great one. A bad graphic work in your header is worse than a skunk in a sealed atomic bunker. Many people make their blog title pretty flat and sometimes even unreadable. We’re talking about your online business card, you should make it great and readable! Your title is your brand, if people can’t read it, they won’t know your brand. Your logo goes in the header too, and should be clear because, together with the title, it’s an essential part of your brand. The header gives you the chance to show first time visitors what’s your blog about. This is crucial to make people decide if they are in the right place or not. Not including a headline (that should anticipate your Unique Selling Preposition) is a mistake that may cost you lots of customers. Through the header you can even make a first attempt to connect with a first time visitor: you just have to show your picture. The header is a key to have a great overall look, and it’s also a big opportunity to hook your first time visitors, take care of it. 

3. Wrong Color Scheme 

Colors are extremely important. The unprofessional overall look of a blog is often due to a bad color scheme (other than a bad theme and a bad header). There are many case studies and scientific researches beyond colors and color schemes. It means that colors have a crucial role when it comes to design. Too many colors and your blog seems a very low level one. When you bombard your visitors with many colors you’re distracting them: they can’t focus on your message (headline, menu and blog post titles) because all the colors are taking their attention. My advice is to use 2-4 colors. Using the right scheme you could use up to 6 colors, but if you are not 100% sure about them, probably you’ll have better to insert fewer colors. Notice that the opposite color mistake is pretty common and dangerous too: flat color schemes are pretty boring. Colors should be mixed in the right ration. If your blog is too colored, it will have a bad impact on your visitors. If your blog is too white, it will be too flat. The most important concept is that you have to balance colors. Notice that you should use colors and white spaces to make people pay attention to certain parts of your blog. White spaces can be used to highlight some parts of your blog such as headline, blog post titles, your optin form or your product image. If you want to highlight something just put some white space around it, and make the object colored (or black). 

4. Overcrowded Sidebar 

How many overcrowded sidebars have you ever seen online? I guess too many. There are sidebars in some blogs that are more crowded than the main streets of Los Angeles at 5pm! The blogosphere is full of blogs with way too many ads in the sidebar. Do you know that it’s a counterproductive approach? The more items you do have in the sidebar, the fewer people are driven to click on them. Simply nothing can standout and grab the attention of a person – without mention that a sidebar full of ads makes you look spammy, and as a result your online reputation will be irreversibly damaged. The sidebar has a key role in your business. Your sidebar should accomplish one of the following three tasks, and possibly all of them: Make people subscribe to your email list Make people buy your stuff or your affiliate products Make people read more content on your blog All the other goals are not required. As a bonus task you may want people follow you on social media, but it’s not as important as the previous tasks. This doesn’t mean that you should add, your Facebook box, Twitter feeds and other social network widgets on your sidebar. Keep your sidebar clean. As a general rule you have better to keep 3-5 items in the sidebar. If you insert less items, your blog may seem empty, in the opposite scenario it will look quite messy. It means that you should choose carefully what you insert in your sidebar.

5. A Non-Obvious Overcrowded Menu 

The menu is a crucial part of your blog because the people who arrive on it for the first time need to know where to go. It should be clear and immediate. I’ve seen many blogs with non-obvious page names in it. That kind of menu doesn’t help you to decide where you should go on that blog, and this is a big problem: when people don’t know where to go on a blog, they click the back button. Try to make the page names in your menu obvious. Think like a first time visitor who doesn’t know anything about your blog, and help him to figure everything out fast. It means that you should also cut complex page names out of the menu, keep it simple. Immediacy is the key to a functional menu. Of course, a menu with too many pages isn’t immediate. You don’t people have a hard time trying to figure out what’s on your blog. Insert just the most important pages in your menu. As a general rule, have 3-6 pages in your menu and try to avoid the cascade menu. Cascade menus are quite complex, and because people can’t see every page in them, they will damage the immediacy of your menu. 

6. Too Many Ads 

Ads have the huge power of making you lose potential customers. If ads are your main monetization strategy, leave them on your blog, but if you are selling a product or a service, delete them from your blog. It’s not only because people who click on ads will leave your blog and probably will never return: it’s because ads make your blog look messy, spammy and unprofessional. Of course, you can insert them in the right way and make them look good in your design, but you have to be really good at this for doing it. The most common ads excess, as said before is in the sidebar, but it’s not the only one. There are many blogs which insert ads in the header (huge mistake!). Many bloggers insert ads in the content of their blog, with terrible results – ads in blog posts make you look really spammy. Many people even bring this kind of ads to the next level: they use text ads in their blog posts, a sure way to have messy, unreadable page (please, don’t do it!). I’m completely against ads, because they’ll make you waste more money than you could earn with them, but if you want to insert them in your blog, don’t exaggerate and try to keep an equilibrium. 

7. Unusual Page and Text Colors 

Have you ever noticed that 99,9% of the most successful bloggers use black text on a white page for their posts? It’s just because it’s the most readable content format. Forget about using strange colors for your page and/or text because you’ll only make people leave your blog without reading your content. Avoid grey both in text and page background too. Very dark grey text on a white page it’s ok, but why using it when you can make your text black? The same is true for the opposite case: black text on a very light grey could be ok, but it’s better to use black text on a white page. Your content is the most important part of your blog, you want that everyone reads it – losing some clients because of your blue text isn’t the smartest idea in the world. 

Final words from author: 

What do you think about your blog design? What would you improve in it? Leave a comment with a link on your blog and I’ll be more than happy to check it out and give you a feedback about your web design.
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Website Weds Blog: Combination of blog and Website becomes Fashion

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Blog and website combination has become a fashion for bloggers and webmasters now these days because multi-niche is another top rated topic for them. Today I continue my mini-series on Anatomy of a Blog Design.I had covered various foundational aspects of the blog and blogging. Today I’ll cover a topic that I know a lot of people have questions about. Should I have my main website AND a blog, or is it best to have my blog serve as both. The short answer is, there is no right or wrong. It depends. I’ll briefly cover some of the things you may consider when making that decision, then I’ll cover some effective ways you can combine your blog as both your main website and blog.

Website Weds Blog: Combination of blog and Website becomes Fashion

The first thing you should know is that nowadays, it really is no big deal at all to have a blog be your main website. In fact, many websites you frequent everyday probably are technically “blogs,” but are just designed to run and look like traditional sites. The issue of separating them was more prevalent back in the early day when blogs were primarily periodic journals, sort of like an online diary if you will. Their main function was for you to write posts that your published daily, weekly, etc. Since then blogging platforms have radically transformed. The most significant change was the ability to add static pages. This is what allowed blogs to appear more like traditional sites.

When deciding whether or not you should separate the two, here is a list of considerations:
  • How important is it for your website visitors to have a smooth, cohesive experience?
  • How closely linked are the topics of your blog to your business? (e.g. if your blog is more personal in nature, you may not want it linked to your business)
  • How much content and information do you need to be on static pages?
  • How is your main website created? Can it support having a blog incorporated?
  • How and who updates your website? Will that be the same person who updates the blog?
  • How much time do you have to maintain both?

Most of my blog readers are professional visual artists, and as such I think having a combined blog/website is a great idea. In fact, I see lots of people in this industry doing exactly that.

The Marriage of Your Blog and Website

So, let’s talk about making a combined blog/website. If you’ve gone through all the questions about and decided this is the way for you to go, here are some ideas and tips for doing it effectively.

Design: Ideally, the look and feel of your blog should flow and be completely cohesive with the rest of the site. If you’re using an actual blog as your website, this most likely won’t be an issue since the blog design will be carried throughout. But, some of you may have a website created that is not on a blog platform, then have an installed blog that is accessible from your site, keeping them consistent will be important. Unless you have a professional web designer who can code an installed blog to look like your site (and vice versa) that may be difficult to do. A great example of this implementation are my friends over at Matchstic, a brand identity house here in the Atlanta area. If you look “under the hood” of their website (i.e. “View the Source” from your browser), you can see that their main site is a custom designed site. If you click over to their blog and do the same, you can see that their blog is an installed WordPress blog (whenever you see blog/wp-content/… in a URL path, you know it’s a WordPress blog.) Their blog flows seamlessly with their rest of their site. However, hop on over to mutual friends Whitestone Motion Pictures, and you’ll see their entire site is a WordPress blog. Again, all seamlessly designed to flow together.

Home Page: The key decision you’ll want to make when having your main website strictly on a blogging platform is what will be the “Home” page. Traditionally, the home page of a blog has been the journal part. The section of the blog where your periodic posts go. When people think about blogging, that is what they envision. And when they read a blog, that is what they are referring to. If you make the “blog” part of your site the home page, you’re communicating the message that the periodic posts are the main event of your site. For many of you who are posting photos or videos from jobs you’re doing every week, that’s not a problem at all. However, if you do not have a consistent amount of content to post (and I suggest at least three blog posts a week), then it’s best to make a static page your home page. If you’re using WordPress this is easy. In the left-hand side of your Dashboard go down to Setting -> Reading. Set “Front Page Displays” to “A Static Page.” Then from the drop down menus beneath, select which page you want as your home page, and which page you want to be the page where your periodic blog entries will go. See example below

If you are going to have a traditional “blog” section that is not the home page, you need to actually create the page. In this case, the page I created was called “Journal.” Just create the page, give it a title, and leave it blank. Save it then select it as the “Posts page” in the drop down. When people go to the “page,” it won’t be a page at all, it’ll be your blog posts. This is how I did it for the Teen Identity Network (teenidentity.net/blog). This is aWordPress.com site (with teenidentity.net mapped to teenidentity.wordpress.com) and “blog” set as the posts page.

Widgets and What-nots. From a design perspective, you may also want to consider whether or not to have a lot (or any) widgets in your side bar. This gives a site a very “blog-like” feel. If you’ve built your site on a blogging platform, but what to make it look and feel like a “regular” website, then don’t have those widgets. Some WordPress themes may give you the flexibility to control what your homepage looks like, especially if you have an installed WordPress blog where you can control over coding.

Separation of Blog and Website

I won’t say much about keeping your two sites separate except that if you do, make sure you keep them both adequately updated. It can get easy for you to neglect one for the other. If you’ve decided that it’s important to have both a blog and a separate website, then keep them up to date. I have chosen to keep the two separated because my blog is more of a personal project meant as an extension of my personal and professional brand, not an extension of my company Dare Dreamer Media. Naturally I’ll use it to showcase work I do, but it’s so much more than just a showcase site. This is actually not an uncommon way to go about blogging. One of my favorite blogs is Michael Hyatt’s, Chairman and former CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishing. His blog is not an offshoot of Thomas Nelson, it’s entirely based on Michael’s role as a leadership trainer, mentor, etc. Depending on your role in your company, your blog may be the same. As I have designed for my company website cum blog at Focusa2z Connects World (www.focusa2z.com ). 

Share in the comments how you’ve used a combined blog/website, or why you keep them separate if you do. Don't hesitate to put your words! 
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Top 20+ Off Page SEO activities checklist for bloggers and website owners

Search Engine Optimization(SEO) is the highest discussed topic for bloggers, website owners and marketers. But it is because it controls the longevity of any website either commercial or non commercial uses. I am clear in one think which is back link as you can say that backlinks are inbound links to a website. In the SEO (Search Engine Optimization), the backlink is very important role in the search engine ranking and traffic of your website. Number of backlinks means the popularity or importance of a website is very high. A backlink is process to receive any link from another website. Google PageRank is calculated the backlinks to provide the PageRank for your website or web page. According to PageRank know about the standard of website and also performance of website. Google spam team head Mattcutt is said backlinks is very important for a website ranking and indexing. Search engine calculate website backlink to provide the ranking.

Top 20+ Off Page SEO activities checklist for bloggers and website owners

I am going to share SEO off page activities. It is helpful for the seo work. Create strong one way link for your website to push the ranking in search engine. All are help to push ranking and referral traffic as well as strong back link.

1. Search Engine Submission

Search engine Submission is best process to caching and indexing a website. This process is not use for back link creation. It is apply on fresh and new website. such as google, yahoo

2. Directory Submission

Directory submission is best way to create one way link for website. it is help to improve the ranking in search engine as well as increase the referral traffic. Domz,

3. Classified Submission

Classified submission is important method to publish the ads of product and services. It is help to increase the revenue and referral traffic as well as back link. Basically classified website is not use for back link because time of classified post is maximum 90days.

4. Social Bookmarking

Social bookmarking is great method to index a website in Google. It offers high quality backline instantly with referral visitor.

5. Articles Submission

Article submission is use for create a brand in the market and generate bulk referral traffic. Basicallyarticle submission used for back link generation as well as push ranking in search engine.

6. Press Release submission

Press Release is a type of official news about product or services. It can be help to a make brand in the market. Numbers of users are reading the press release. It can help to push the ranking in search engine via back link.

7. Blog Submission

Blog submission is not official information. It is information about product or service or self. Blog is one of the leading back link generation processes to build one way link via blog submission.

8. Guest Post Submission

Guest post is a type of blog which is offering high PR back link from another website. Guest post is high level work in SEO. First of all to find the blog which is related you’re them and talk to webmaster who is admin of blog.

9. Forum Posting

Forum posting is type of question answer discussion. Forum websites are offering discussion facility of webmaster who is interested to post question and answers. In the process of discussion get one or more than one signature link from forum websites.

10. Comment Posting

Commenting posting is also beneficial work for the seo off page. Blog commenting process is offering no follow back link for website instantly. It is very helpful for ranking purpose.

11. Question & Answers

Question Answers is different type of forum. Question answers websites are not offering the any signature link. It is offering contextual link for help purpose.

12. Social Networking Blog

Social networking is part of social media optimization work. Currently social networking website is offering content posting services for the SEO purpose such as hubepage, linkedin etc.

13. Image Submission

Image submission is part of SMO. It is also offering quality back link for website. currently this process is running in the market for link building and referral traffic.

14. Video Submission

Video submission is the best process to make lead and referral traffic. Google search engine is forcevideo submission work. Such as youtube, dailymotion.

15. PDF Submission

PDF submission is very important part of SEO off page activity list and best one way backlink. PDF submission is used for referral traffic and pushes a ranking in search engine.

16. PPT Submission

PPT submission is very important part of SEO off page activity list and best one way backlink. PPT submission is used for referral traffic and pushes a ranking in search engine.

17. Link Exchanging

Link Exchanging is main part of SEO off page activity. It is more powerful work. Three type of Link Building such as one way, two way and three way link exchange.

18. RSS Submission

RSS submission is very important part of increase direct traffic.

19. Deep Linking

Deep linking is type of directory submission.

20. Pinging

Pinning method is using for website indexing.

21. Business Listing

Business listing is use for create high quality back link.

22. Profile Link Creation

Profile link is very useful process to create easily back link in various high PR websites and blogs.

Final words: If any website owner or blogger has done all the above mentioned steps , his/her website will surely ranked in top of SERPs.
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Avoid load of spam mails by creating unlimited Gmail accounts from a single Google account

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In this fast-paced electronic age most people opt to use multiple email accounts. Whether you need several online identities for the purpose of maintaining privacy while blogging, marketing or you are simply trying to decrease the amount of spam clogging your inbox, the maintenance of multiple accounts is commonplace. While it is easy to set up many, many email accounts, it's not so easy to keep track of them.

Avoid load of spam mails by creating unlimited Gmail accounts from a single Google account

Checking several accounts can take up a lot of time, and if you allow one to remain inactive, receiving hordes of mail only, it will be deactivated. There is an easy way to manage multiple email accounts in a single place, and most people aren't even aware this can be done. You can create unlimited email accounts within your Gmail account.

Here is the video tutorial:

How to create unlimited email addresses using only single Gmail address

Launch Gmail

Launch your browser, then navigate to the Google search page. Click on "Gmail," located on the black menu that stretches across the top of the page.

Create an Account

In the top right-hand corner of the window, click on the red box labeled, "Create an Account."
* a) Enter your name and choose a user name. If you are setting up an account you will be able to use anonymously as well as for personal correspondence, choose a user name that doesn't contain your real name.
* b) Enter a password. For a more secure password, avoid pet and children's names, common dates such as your birthday, anniversary, and never use your social security number. Inserting a special character and a number into a word or phrase is the best way to create a secure password.
* c) Enter your birthday, gender, and phone number. Gmail uses your mobile phone number to provide you with security codes for validation. This is their way of keeping your account more secure when you log in from alternate computers or locations.
* d) Enter an alternate email address. This will provide Gmail a place to send your password in the event that you lose or forget it. It's a good idea to always give a valid alternate email address, even if it's a disposable address you check just occasionally.
* e) Type the verification phrase (if you choose to skip this step you will be required to verify by phone), and your country of origin.
* f) Check the box to agree to terms and conditions. The last check box relates to allowing Google to use your account information for "+1's" as well as ads and content on "non-Google sites." Read about this carefully before checking the box. If you do, Google can track keywords coming in through emails to your account, and other information to target advertising and other information. Click "Next Step."

Creating Your Profile

Depending on the level of privacy you desire, you may want to consider entering limited information in your profile, or skip it altogether. Consider this especially if you will be using the account for multiple email addresses. When you're through, click "Next Step."

Continue to Gmail

On the next window click "Continue to Gmail." You will be taken to your new inbox which already has several emails from Google which contain instructions for using your new mail interface.

Decide Which Emails You Need

It's a good idea to make a list of the additional email personas you will want to use, although you can create more at any time. You may find that writing down your email addresses, linking them to each persona or task, will help you stay organized. For instance, you are a blogger, you love dogs, and you're a wizard in your online game.

Creating Your Alternate Email Addresses

Google Mail has a glitch, whether by accident or design is not clear. Gmail does not recognize full stops in the email address. This means that within the address, before the "@" symbol, you can add dots and plus signs to create additional addresses. For example the Gmail address you just created is umain30@gmail; you can create umain30+indilens@gmail, umain30+blogger@gmail, and umain30.love@gmail. Any emails addressed to these additional addresses will be delivered into your umain30@gmail account.
* a) In addition to the use of full stops in the name portion of your email address, Google looks at "Gmail" and "Google mail" as the same thing. So you can use umain30@gmail as well as umain30@googlemail. Both will be delivered into your Inbox, and both can be assigned a label and filtered as described above.

Getting Organized

Gmail has built in filters which will allow you to create a separate label for each email address you create within this account. You can then organize your emails with these labels.
* a) Enter the Settings menu, then click on the "Filters" tab at the top of the page. Click "Create a New Filter" at the bottom of this box.
* b) In the "To" box type one of your alternate email addresses. Skip all the other boxes and click "Create filter with this search."
* c) Check the "Apply the label" box, then click the arrow next to "Choose label." Then click "New label."
* d) Type a label name for this particular email address. For instance, this is for your jsmith+doglover address. Type DogLover. Click "Create." Then click "Create Filter."
* e) Repeat the steps to create a new label and filter for each alternate email address you use.

Although many people find it desirable to maintain several email accounts, the reality of managing all those accounts can be daunting. The problem comes in keeping track of multiple logins, in multiple places, with multiple passwords. Having to log in to each of those accounts on a regular basis is very time consuming. Being able to create unlimited email accounts within a single Gmail account simplifies matters greatly.
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Boom Your Email Marketing with top 10+ Free Services

We love email marketing here at Perfect BloggersTech and few other popular blogs. It may not be the hippest, hottest method of driving traffic to your business but by gosh it works. However if it’s the early days of your company you may assume that email marketing is something you might do further down the line, once you have grown bigger than a fold up desk in your basement.

Boom Your Email Marketing with top 10+ Free Services

It doesn’t help that social media channels provide immediate gratification and with only a little determination can achieve growth with relative ease and speed. Plus social media channels are hip and hot. Therefore it’s very easy to let email marketing fall by the wayside. However according to Radicati, there are three times more email accounts then there are Facebook and Twitter accounts combined. 

According to Campaign Monitor open rates for email marketing is generally 20% - 30%. Your marketing message is five times more likely to be seen by email than on Facebook.  Click through rates from email are around 3%, while click through rates on tweets are roughly 0.5%. Therefore you’re six times more likely to get a click through from email than you are from Twitter.

According to our own Bridging the Gap in Email Marketing report email is also the second most trusted channel for customers to share information across. Therefore if you’re collecting data for more accurate targeting, email is the best method other than via your own website. Then again you need something to drive users to your site in the first place.

So there you go, email marketing is the tops. What if you think beautifully designed, responsive email marketing templates are too expensive? Here you go with few features-

1. Campaign Monitor

Mobile ready, with 10 available templates and a super quick template builder.

2. MailChimp

MailChimp offers a free service for sending up to 12,000 emails to 2,000 subscribers.

3. Zurb

Zurb has some fantastic and easily adaptable templates, all of which are responsive.

4. Litmus

Litmus is offering seven free email templates, each pre-tested and fully responsive.

5. Email on Acid

Email on Acid provides this free responsive template along with a blog post that explains the process clearly.

6. Pure360

Pure360 has lots of nice, clean looking templates, that are easy to use and includes a Pinterest integrated design.

7. Vertical Response

Offers a free service up to 1,000 contacts and 4,000 emails per month.

8. Active Campaign

An in-house team will design your email with your own branding for free. Although technically this is only available through a paid-plan.

9. Marketing Ship

There are hundreds of templates available here, each one free to adapt on site. You can send them to up to 3,000 contacts.

10. Promothon

Promothon offers more than 30 templates which all work with the major email clients.

11. Benchmark

Easily customisable templates, with decent support and full compatibility with all the major email clients.

For more details on the email marketing get Email Marketing Best Practice Guide, check out 50 epic email marketing blog posts on one handy page and seek out these in your own marketing strategies.
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Scam Review of RevenueHits adnetwork which produces huge malware and adware

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RevenueHits malware is a term used to describe the http://www.revenuehits.com/ advertisement service and malware contracted via http://revenuehits.com generated advertisements. RevenueHits.com is an unethical advertisement serving platform from Israel that displays malicious pop-up adverts, drop-down adverts, coupon adverts, pop-under adverts, and others. For this purpose, RevenueHits malware is categorized as adware and browser hijackerthat advertises and promotes the most common and unethical products, services, and websites in the world including search.conduit.com and the Conduit Toolbar, in which RevenueHits.com is aware of and takes no responsibility for.

Scam Review of RevenueHits adnetwork which produces huge malware and adware

Trapping by influential welcome message

More interestingly, the Israeli fraud stars gives influecial welcome message to webmasters such they are going to earn big from them but reality is zero or minus as installed website is marked as virus infected by Google or other search engines.

RevenueHits states that they “do not control, investigate, monitor or check such Web sites, we are not responsible for the computer programs available from, content in or opinions expressed at such Web sites” and follows that up with a disclaimer that claims “by visiting the Site (revenuethits.com, etc.), you agree that the laws of the state of Israel, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Terms of Service” (can be seen as entrapment). While the unethical RevenueHits.com advertisements serving platform seems to get by scratch free with willingly harming many computer systems, confusing computer users, and targeting these users (etc.) by containing unethical lawful content in their Terms of Service, they are still seen as one of the worst advertisement serving companies in the world without regard, which may cause new internet laws to arise in the future.

Revenue Fraud Calculation: 

Further reports indicate that the malicious advertisement serving platform may lie to and scamwebmasters, website owners, publishers, and advertisers who seek to use the revenuehits.com advertisement network. In some cases, employees of RevenueHits.com (sometimes using fake names, fake websites, fake network, and masked information, etc.) and relating companies contacted legitimate third-party websites (likely unaware of revenuehits.com) in efforts to persuadevictims to place RevenueHits advertisements on their websites. In most cases, Revenuehits.com pleaded for webmasters to try out the service for a full week. The overall earnings at the end of the week has been reported to always be at 0.00 even though the websites had a large amount of impressions and clicks, labeling Revenuehits.com a scam and unsafe advertisement network for webmasters.

Revenuehits.com advertisements are not safe and have been reported to infect computer systems with unwanted malware including adware, browser hijackers, scareware, spyware, and even Trojan horses. Such malware may mask themselves or claim to be safe and legitimate software and tools for computer systems and internet browsers such as add-ons, extensions, and Toolbars likevGrabber Toolbar. If you notice advertisements appearing from revenuehits.com, it is recommended to avoid clicking the advertisement and possibly stay away from the website using the unsafe network. If you accidentally clicked a revenuehits.com advertisement your computer may be infected with unwanted malware.

Revenuehits.com advertisements commonly appear:

Revenuehits.com advertisement notoriously appear on media related websites, including torrent sites, streaming video sites, game sites, and others. Internet users who seek what may be concluded as illegal or copyright content online are often greeted by Revenuehits pop-up ads. Furthermore, Revenuehits.com advertisements may appear in the installment process of various software titles and in the interface of third-party software including p2p clients and third-party Toolbars.

Third-party toolbars have been noted to change existing internet browser settings, including the home page and default search engine in order to cause unwanted redirections to suspicious search engines and websites, including full-page advertisements or pop-ups that take up the entire computer screen or browser window and will not allow users to leave until a button is clicked or the page is bypassed by other means.

Dangers concerning RevenueHits advertisements and malware

RevenueHits is dangerous concerning the cyber criminal activity and the invasion of privacyrelating to credit theft, extortion, and identity theft. On a lesser-scale victims of RevenueHits malware have reported excessive amounts of email spam, unwelcome telephone calls from telemarketers, and junk mail, primarily related to recent computing and internet browser activity.

Information collected by RevenueHits and third-party malware may include usernames, passwords, bank account details, credit information, home addresses, telephone numbers, information concerning social media relationships, details about followers and friends in relation to social media accounts, your computer activity (downloads, updates, software opened, commands, chats), your browser activity (history, bookmarks, information manually submitted into forms and text fields, searches, purchases), email content, and in cases concerning a Trojan horse infection the malware or computer virus may access webcams and microphones connected to the infected computer system.
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Top 10+ Free Virtual Desktop Managers for Entrepreneurs and Marketers

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A virtual desktop manager lets you organize applications over several virtual desktops (also called ‘workspaces’). Virtual desktops are very common in Unix/Linux, and once you get accustomed to using them, they become an essential part of a productive workflow.These virtual desktop managers let you manage virtual desktops easily. All these virtual desktop software are completely free and can be downloaded to Windows PC. These virtual desktop software offer various features, like: create and manage multiple virtual desktops, set password for each desktop, switch between these virtual desktops using hotkeys or from system tray, run different programs on different desktops, can use different wallpaper for different desktops, drag and drop running applications from one desktop to another, and more. So, go through this list of free virtual desktop managers and see which ones you like the most.

1. 9Desks 

9Desks is a free virtual desktop manager. It lets you manage up to 9 different virtual desktops. You can set the password for each desktop excluding the first so no one can access it without password. You can drag and drop running applications from one desktop to another easily. You can easily switch between these desktops using hotkeys. You can add rules to automatically kill, move, maximize, minimize any application. Official Download Page

2. Dexpot 

Dexpot is a free virtual desktop manager for Windows. It lets you create and manage up to 20 virtual desktops. You can do different tasks on different desktops. You can double click on its tray icon to view all the desktops in one screen and for moving the running applications to other desktop. You can easily switch between these desktops. Official Download Page 

3. nSpaces 

nSpaces is a free software to create and manage virtual desktops. It terms them as workspaces. You can create as many spaces (virtual desktops) as you like. You can switch between these desktops by using hotkeys or from space switcher. You can run different programs on different desktops as you like. You can set different wallpapers for each desktop. You can set password also to use these workspaces. Official Download Page

4. SharpDesktop 

SharpDesktop is a free and very small virtual desktop software for Windows. It has 4 virtual desktops by default and you can increase them to 100 maximum. You can open different applications on different desktops. You can assign names to these desktops from configure menu. You can switch between these desktops by clicking on the desired desktop name or number from pages or by selecting the desired from system tray. Official  Download Page

5. Virtual Dimension 

Virtual Dimension is a free virtual desktop manager software. It lets you to use several desktops at the same time by creating multiple virtual desktops. You can add unlimited number of desktops. You can set different wallpaper on different desktops by configuring the settings. Open different applications on different desktops easily. It sits on the system tray and you can switch between desktops by right clicking on its icon. Official  Download Page

6. Desktops 
Desktops is a free virtual desktop manager software. It lets you to manage up to 4 virtual desktops. You can do different tasks at different desktops. You can switch between these 4 desktops by using its icon in system tray or by using its hotkey. It is very tiny in size. You have to logoff your system to close it. Official Download Page

7. Moo0 MultiDesktop 

Moo0 MultiDesktop is free virtual desktop manager software for Windows. It has 4 virtual desktops. You can open different applications on different desktops individually. You can change the desktop background image for each desktop separately. You can use hotkeys to switch between desktops. It is easy to install and uninstall. Official Download Page

8. VirtuaWin 

VirtuaWin is a small, free and easy to use virtual desktop manager for Windows. It lets you manage 4 virtual desktops by default and you can manage up to 20 desktops. It displays the small icon in the system tray. You can use hotkeys to browse between these virtual desktops. You can open different applications on different desktops individually. It also comes as a portable software.Here is the official Download Page

9. Blacksmith 

Blacksmith is a free virtual desktop manager. It lets you manage up to 6 virtual desktops on your PC. It is available in portable mode as it doesn’t require installation. It sits in the system tray and you can switch between these virtual desktops by choosing the desired desktop from the context menu. You can make windows transparent. It uses various keyboard shortcuts to operate and you can also change or assign shortcuts to any task. Official  Download Page

10. BetterDesktopTool 
BetterDesktopTool is a free software to create and manage virtual desktops. You can create and manage up to 64 virtual desktops. You can assign shortcut keys to switch between these desktops. You can open different applications or programs on different virtual desktops. You can make any application as global application to run on all desktops. It is highly customizable and you can apply or assign various shortcut keys for various tasks. Here is the official  Download Page

11. Microdesk 
Microdesk is a free virtual desktop manager. It lets you manage up to 99 virtual desktops. It creates a small transparent menu above system tray, which displays first 10 virtual desktops. You can use different wallpapers, icons, and password for different desktops. You can access these desktops via hotkeys or by clicking on the respective icon of the desired desktop. Official  Download Page

12. WindowsPager 

WindowsPager is a free desktop switcher/pager for Windows. It lets you manage 4 virtual desktops. You can move your running applications to any of the desktop. It requires no installation, just extract and run the program. It integrates with desktop panel and you can go to 1 of the 4 desktops by clicking the desired one icon. It is easy to use. Here is the official Download Page

13. VividDesktop 

VividDesktop is a simple and easy to use virtual desktop manager. By default it has only 2 desktops and you can increase them to any number of your choice. It sits in the system tray. You can switch between these desktops by right clicking on its icon and selecting the desired desktop. You can also use the hotkeys. Official  Download Page

14. Deskillusion 

Deskillusion is very small virtual desktop manager. You can create and use any number of virtual desktops. You can assign any key combination to switch between these desktops. You can also close all the open applications on current desktop using the shortcut keys. It comes in a ZIP format and doesn’t require installation. Here is the official  Download Page

15. Finestra Virtual Desktops 

Finestra Virtual Desktops is a free virtual desktop manager. It lets you create and manage any number of virtual desktops. You can switch between these desktops by using hotkeys or selecting the desired desktop from the context menu. You can configure hotkeys for accessing its various features. You can use different wallpaper on each desktop. Official  Download Page

16. JS Virtual Desktop Manager 

JS Virtual Desktop Manager is a simple and easy to use virtual desktop manager for Windows. It lets you create and manage any number of virtual desktops (by default it has 4 virtual desktops). You can switch between these desktops by using hotkeys or by clicking the icon near the system tray. You can send open windows to any other desktop. You can open different programs on different desktops. Here is the official Download Page

17. VirtualDesktop 

VirtualDesktop is a free software to manage 4 virtual desktops simultaneously. You can open different programs on different desktops. It is a lightweight program and is easy to use. It doesn’t have much options rather than four virtual desktops for working with different applications. It behaves like you have multiple monitors on your PC. Here is the official  Download Page

If I have missed an essential other top tools , must ping with comments for future updates of this collection. 
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Can Infolinks become an alternative of Google Adsense or any trustworthy PPC advertising network ?

Actually I don't want to write Infolinks Review but their present activities have forced me to write a few line about them.Some web expert have already explained them as one of the Best Google Adsense Alternative but question arisen here How Infolinks is the best alternative of Google AdSense?

Can Infolinks become an alternative of Google Adsense or any trustworthy PPC advertising network ?

As we all know, when it comes to making money from a blog or website, Google Adsense is one of the best and fruitful blog monetization program. Most of the bloggers and webmasters give the first priority to Google Adsense for making money online. Even, if you have started your own blog then somehow you are also interested to make some decent money from Adsense.

But what you will do - If your Google Adsense Account isn't being Approval even after applying several times? Or

By any reason your existing Adsense Account gets disabled?

I know in these situations you will try Google AdSense alternatives to make money from your blog. I have experienced most of the bloggers get confused while selecting online advertising programs. If you are also one of them then I would assuredly suggest you to use Infolinks.

About Infolinks:

Infolinks is an online advertising platform which provides appropriate advertising products for the publishers, advertisers and brands. It is the bestGoogle Adsense alternative because it offers several attractive ad styles such asInFrame, InSearch, InTag and InText, which is not available with any other Website Advertising platform.

There are lots of Google Adsense alternatives available on web to monetize websites with different - different ad units but Infolinks made the top position among all of them by providing amazing facilities and easy to use features. Here are some of the best features of Infolinks ad network:
Amazing Features of Infolinks
Numerous speciality and comfortability are available to this ad Network, but here i am describing only the important features of Infolinks:

Very simple sign up procedure: 

Sign up process for Infolinks is quite simple from all other online advertising programs. With this ad network, you have to only enter few required details such as Name, Website link and password to Sign Up. 

Easy Approval process: Getting approval from the Infolinks ad network is very easier task. Infolinks will easily approve your request even if you are a new blogger.
Impressively compatible with Google Adsense: This is one of the bestadvantages of using Infolinks, you can freely use it with Google Adsense at the same time without any issue. So, no need to be worried if you use both ads on your website.
Decent Earnings: You will really get good amount of money for each click on the Infolinks ads and you will be paid for impressions on ads too. Undoubtedly, Infolinks pays much higher than all other alternatives ofAdSense.
Easily Customizable: It offers you the facilities to customize Infolinks ads according to your wish. So, it depends on you which type of ads you want to display on your blog. Adding colour combination on ads is also much simpler.
Search engine optimization (SEO): Many ad networks affect your blog SEO, but with Infolinks the condition is quite different. Infolinks ad does not hamper your blog SEO in any condition.
Page load times: Any bloggers can't compromise with their page load time, all want to load their website fast. But with Infolinks ad network you can blindly trust, even its ad loads just after your website gets fully loaded.

I hope these above mentioned features are quite enough to know about the usefulness of Infolinks. Here is their new video with features and description.

Additional Details of Infolinks:
With this online advertising program you haven't to wait for a long time to get paid, the Minimum Payment Threshold of Infolinks is $50. So as you reach at the level of your minimum payment threshold, you can request to get paid.

While with other Adsense alternatives you will have to wait for a long time. Even, the minimum payment threshold of Google Adsense is $100, so you can think how much useful is the use of Infolinks.

Thus, after seeing these amazing features and easiness of Infolinks we can confirmly say that Infolinks is the best Google Adsense alternative. So why you are waiting, click on the below given link to Sign Up right now.

Go from here: Sign Up for InfoLinks

Don’t forget to share your thought via the comments - Do you think Infolinks is the Best Google Adsense alternative?
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Free On Line Training to Improve your career prospects and earnings potential

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Whatever your background, situation or requirements, we can train you to become an IT professional leaving you with the skills, confidence and practical experience to make it in the real world of IT.
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Free On Line Training is offered by Main Uddin with the direct patronization of the Focus A-Z Entertainment Private Limited. So, easily any one can Improve your career prospects and earnings potential.

This is a completely free system that offers you flexibility and choice without any long-term commitments. Designed to increase access to online learning provision, the site offers an ever growing list of course titles covering many topics.

You’ll do your learning online so all you need is access to the internet. This means you can learn at a time, place and pace to suit you.

Anyone can learn on “Free-Online-Training-Courses” for free.

What do you have to lose? Start Learning Today.

This free training course contains three separate modules.

  1. Tutorial 1 is What Is The Internet.
  2. The first lesson is “What Is The Internet“.
  3. The second lesson is “How Do Web Browsers Work”.
  4. The third lesson is “What Is HTTP?”.
  5. The fourth lesson is “Web Server Responses”.

Tutorial 2 is Creating Websites With HTML.

  1. The first lesson is “Introduction To HTML“.
  2. The second lesson is “Viewing Website HTML in our Browsers”.
  3. The third lesson is “Creating Our First HTML Document”.
  4. The fourth lesson is “Understanding Basic HTML”.
  5. The fifth lesson is “Adding Text To Our HTML Page”.
  6. The sixth lesson is “Adding Links and Images in HTML”.
  7. The seventh lesson is “How To Add Navigation To A Simple HTML Page”.
  8. The eight lesson is “Class, ID, Div and Span in HTML”.
  9. The ninth lesson is “How Are Complex HTML Websites Created”.
  10. Tutorial 3 is Cascading Style Sheets.

The first lesson is “What Is CSS?”.

  1. The second lesson is “Understanding CSS Selectors”.
  2. The third lesson is “Simple CSS Styles For Text”.
  3. The forth lesson is “Padding, Border And Margin In CSS”.
  4. The fifth lesson is “Loading External CSS Files Using The Tag”.
  5. The sixth lesson is “More Advanced CSS”.
  6. This is a total of 19 lessons.

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Enter your name and email address, then press “Enrol Me”. You will then be sent links to these lessons on a regular basis. When you have completed this course to will be sent updates on new courses, all of which will be free. 

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