Archive for July, 2009

How to earn through Blogging?

July 3, 2009

Follow the following steps as how to earn through blogging and get some extra cash. By this statement we do not quite say that you would become a millionaire overnight but then you will surely earn some extra money if you follow these steps religiously. That is something we guarantee you that. Also earning through blogging is quite time consuming, and it is not necessary that you will start earning as soon as you register with a blog site. It takes some time, usually one year, which may in many cases be extended to 2 years. So if you already have a blog and were unaware of the fact that you could very well be earning by blogging, this is for you too. So, let the games begin?

Step 1

Yes, believe it, its possible to earn through blogs. All you have to do it get register yourself on any of these websites, namely , WordPress, Blogger, Twitter , Facebook etc. Basically to start with all you need is a blog, be it any blogging site. The above mentioned websites offer free blogging services so you do not have to pay a penny. Done that? Okay go on read ahead.

Wordpress Logo

Wordpress Logo

Step 2
Now that you have created a blog, get to writing. Take this as a suggestion, write your blog daily, and use only original content.

Step 3
The step number three might be lucky for you if you are in any some other country than India or China. As soon as you write something down you can set up an account with, Google AdSense and register your blog with your Google AdSense account. While you are at this, it might take some time; usually it takes 1-2 days. When you register with Google AdSense and you link your blog, you should make sure whatever you have written on your blog is original and has not been copy pasted from anywhere. If you do that, Google spiders or bots (automated programs) will scan through your blog, and you would be reported spam. So no earning money that way! Be original and make sure others too, do not copy off your blog. If you are in India or China , you unfortunately would have to wait for 6 months according to the Google AdSense Policy. They report that they monitor blogs over a period of 6 months, and only then can people of India or China register to earn through Google AdSense.

Blogger Logo

Blogger Logo

Step 4
If Google AdSense approves your blog, consider yourself lucky. Now go to your blog and you will find advertisements that Google automatically places on your blog. Usually these advertisements are related to the content on your blog. For example, if you are a tennis fanatic and you write on your blog about Tennis equipments, then Google AdSense would place ads related to Tennis Equipments. Google is smart; do not we all know that? These advertisements are your source of income. Whenever anybody clicks on those ads, you will get paid a specific amount, which will get collected in your account. As soon as the amount reaches a limit for say $500 dollars (this is just an example) it would be sent to the mailing address you had provided at the time of registration with Google AdSense.

GoogleAdSense Logo.

GoogleAdSense Logo.

Step 5
Make sure that you do not click the advertisements on your blog yourself. Google is smart, remember? They keep tracing IP addresses of whoever clicks on the advertisements. So if they find you “cheating”, your account will be blocked. Another trick which the so called smart people use is asking their friends to click these advertisements or click advertisements on blogs from different computers. Google AdSense is constantly keeping all this under control and, they usually block those IP addresses if more than 4-5 clicks are found from the same IP address.

We hope you earn by following these steps. Also keep these points in your head while blogging:-
•    Write on current or the most happening events, so that more people come to your blog
•    Do not click the advertisements yourself
•    And the day when you get your first check from Google Inc. do not forget to thank us


Mozilla Firefox 3.5

July 1, 2009

Hope you are viewing this in a Mozilla Firefox browser and if you are not you have to update to the Firefox 3.5 browser. The wait is over; Mozilla has finally launched the much awaited Firefox 3.5 browser. Firefox is the world’s most favourite browser. The best part is that Firefox is free to use like all other browsers but it is also the most widely used open-source browser.

What is an open-source browser?

Open source program is a software program that is distributed freely and can be modified as per the user wants it to be. So what the Mozilla Firefox Company does is, distributes the source code of the Firefox browser to the public and people make slight changes to it , making the browser even better. This is one quality, which I really appreciated amongst the open source programs.
If you are using any other internet browser to surf the internet, you will regret not using the Firefox 3.5. If you are already using a previous version of Mozilla Firefox browser, then also you can consider updating the software to this latest version. The Mozilla Firefox 3.5 is the fastest browser in the world according to many experts and research websites.
This version of Mozilla Firefox has come out with several features that will definitely change your browsing experience. If you need to know why you need to update to this browser, the following is what you need to know.

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 Logo.

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 Logo.

Why should I use Firefox 3.5?

1.    Reopen Closed Window – You always wanted this feature, didn’t you?  What Firefox 3.5 does is it can undo the closed window command. After you have just crossed out the tab, and realized that you wanted that window to be open, with Firefox 3.5 you can always reopen that. All you have to do is press Ctrl+Shift+T. Another included sub feature being able to preserve the text written when the window was closed. For say you were typing an email and accidently closed the window , usually you would have to type it all over again , (unless of course it had been saved in the drafts) but with Firefox 3.5 , even the text is resurrected. Cool?

2.    Play with Tabs- Apple Safari and Google Chrome had integrated this feature long before Firefox did. But with Firefox 3.5 you can easily drag any tab out of the window, put it back in. You can also right click and do that.

3.    Keyword Filter – The Firefox 3’s had the AwesomeBar (address bar) which offered a speed list of suggestions to complete what you were typing usually from your page history, bookmarks and tags. But what if you do not want so much of clutter? With Firefox 3.5 you can filter out any search you want. Type, “Microsoft*” for any of your bookmarks related to Microsoft or the word.

4.    Session Restore – Firefox developers took the session restore feature earlier and modified it to be a crash recovery tool, so now you can select which tabs you want to come back just in case you think of these websites made your browser crash. At the time you want to recover, the browser flashes the one which made Firefox crash. Simple?

5.    Private Browsing Mode- Google Chrome calls it the Incognito browsing, Internet Explorer 8 calls it the InPrivate Browsing but Firefox 3.5 chose to call simply the Private Browsing Mode. This not just for frantic “porn mode” users but also for making the browsing safer and secure. By Private Mode you can anonymize your searches and pay bills, and do sensitive research more securely.

6.    TraceMonkey JavaScript Engine- Several months ago when Firefox 3 was running on the SpiderMonkey engine, Mozilla was developing a new JavaScript engine which it mentioned being 50% faster than the earlier engine. The engine is called the TraceMonkey and is not out and is 200% faster than the SpiderMonkey JavaScript Engine.

The Mozilla Firefox 3.5 has given surfing the internet a new meaning. People and fans are still wondering how the next version is going to be? Will it deliver an email before you even begin to type it?