Another Easy Way To Get Hugh Traffic & Increase Adsense + Amazon Earnings for Free ..!

| Monday, December 15, 2008

Before you judge this post xD, i just want to let you know that this post is my first post that i write it my self, not like my other post that almost all by copying from other website content. And forgive my poor english. Also, this post isn't like 'tips from expert' post like other blog/website. This is just my thought that come from what i've read/know from searching internet/found something interesting on the net. And I try to practising NALO : 'No Action Learn Only' that we must avoid. Before this i'm just so afraid to make a posting in my blog (in english); because maybe i will do a lot of mistake in my post especially about my poor english. But now i try to make posting; beside if i make mistake; this is my blog right?! (^_^). So please be patient with it!. Haha... i feel so funny about it...Hah i don't care.

Ok, i like to post about traffic. When i'm searching the net in my point to find how to increase my poor photoblog traffic , although this blog more poor in traffic ehehe.. i'm begin learning that backlink from another website/blog is very important thing. And one way how to get backlink is by put our blog/link to social bookmarking. And i began to look social bookmarking to put my blog/link in it. Here we go.....

Everyone know it that traffic is the key to earn money from almost everything whatever you do by doing online business. I found one website by a chance. It call YouSayToo this website is very interesting. Here we can gain traffic to our blog by doing posting and upload photo too. By posting and upload photo, other people will read/view it and know our blog;visit our blog, that's traffic. We gain free backlink too from this website. And more exciting about this website is, in our posting there are adsense and amazon ad, if people click that ad we earn revenue from that, shared by YouSayToo. We can put our adsense an amazon code. And you can gather together all your blog here and gain benefit from it.

By joining YouSayToo we can :
* get exra revenues
(earn money from adsense and amazon)

* get more readers
(you will get extra traffic on your posts)

* gather your blogs in one place
(add your blogs to YouSayToo and gain benefits)

To gain easy way to get more traffic and back link for free, also can increase Adsense/Amazon earning from blog, just follow easy step below:

1. Join for free with this website : click here

2. Login to your YouSayToo account than Add Your Blog:

  • Click at “Add Your Blog” in yousaytoo login area
  • First add your yousaytoo link to your own blog, for example add at to your “Blogroll
  • In member area enter your own blog url and rss url than click “Submit
  • Done….. You will get 2 backlink, your blog content will get more exposure and auto detect by YouSayToo
  • Add your adsense Id & Amazon Id to your YouSayToo profile to earn more with revenue sharing

3. Invite friends and get more traffic

4. Post articles, upload photo, comment, search and add more friends to get more exposure to your profile and blog.

That's It....Just click here to start

Ps : This is my first post on YouSayToo if you wan't to take a look. Thank you.

Now, An Internet 10,000 Times Faster Than Broadband

| Monday, October 27, 2008

I found this article from sanjeevden blog. Don't know the original source is (if not orig). But i guess it's very interesting, so i posted it here. Here's the article :

Now, An Internet 10,000 Times Faster Than Broadband
The scientists who invented the Internet have now built a lightning-fast successor that can download a full-length feature film in five seconds, with a speed around 10,000 times faster than a normal broadband connection.Cern, the particle physics centre that created the World Wide Web, says what they have named ‘The Grid’ would have the power needed to transmit 3D holographic images; allow simultaneous online gaming with lakhs of players; and offer high-definition video telephony for the price of a local call.Professor of physics at Glasgow University David Britton, who is a leading figure in the Grid project, says: “With this kind of computing power, future generations will have the ability to collaborate and communicate in ways older people like me cannot even imagine.”It is to become operational this summer, when Cern scientists switch on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a new particle accelerator they have built to probe the origin of the universe. The Grid has been designed to capture the gargantuan amounts of data it generates.Cern, which is based near Geneva, in Switzerland started working on the Grid seven years ago, when researchers realised the LHC would generate data equivalent to 56 million CDs each year – if they were stacked one on top of another, the pile would be 40 miles high.Cern was where Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web in 1989. But it is not powerful enough to handle this much data – if it was used, the entire Internet could crash worldwide. That’s because the Internet is linked by cables and routing equipment that was originally designed for telephone calls. It lacks the capacity for massive high-speed data transmission.But the Grid has been built with dedicated fibre optic cables and modern routing centres. There are no outdated components to slow the data. Over 55,000 servers have already been installed to store the data, and this network will expand to 200,000 within two years.Technical Director of the Grid project Prof Tony Doyle says: “We need so much processing power, there wouldn’t be enough electricity to run the computers if they were all at Cern.” So the new network has to be powerful enough to send the data instantly to research centres in other countries.This parallel Internet is now built, using fibre optic cables that run from Cern to 11 centres in the United States, Canada, the Far East, Europe and around the world. From each centre, further connections radiate out to research institutions, using existing high-speed academic networks. Britain alone has 8,000 servers on the Grid system – in theory, any student in these chosen institutions should be able to hook up to the Grid rather than the Internet by the end of this year.Grid project leader Ian Bird says grid technology could make the Internet so fast that people could stop using desktop computers to store information and keep it all on the Grid. “It will lead to what’s known as cloud computing, where people keep all their information online and access it from anywhere,” he said.But the real goal of the Grid is to work with the LHC in tracking down nature’s most elusive particle, the Higgs boson. Predicted in theory but never yet found, it is supposed to be what gives matter mass. But even at optimum performance, The LHC will generate only a few thousand of the particles a year. Analysing the mountain of data is such a huge task that it will keep the Grid’s gargantuan capacity busy for years to come.The bad news is that the Grid itself is unlikely to be available to domestic Internet users, but the good news is that many telecoms providers and businesses are already introducing its pioneering technologies. One of them, dynamic switching, creates a dedicated channel for Internet users trying to download large volumes of data such as films. In theory, a standard desktop computer could download a movie in five seconds using this technology, rather than the three hours or so it takes today.But the Grid will be made available to academic researchers, including astronomers and molecular biologists. Cern scientists claim it has already been used to help design new drugs against malaria. Researchers used the Grid to analyse 140 million compounds, a task that would have taken a standard Internet-linked computer 420 years. Projects like the Grid will bring huge changes in business and society as well as science, experts say. The history of the Internet shows one cannot predict its real impacts, but they are bound to be huge.

10 Profitable Reasons To Add A Discussion Board Or Chat Room To Your Web Site

| Thursday, October 23, 2008

Copyright © Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy

1. You'll be able to communicate with your visitors.
They'll begin to trust you and get to know you on a
more personal level. People will purchase products
quicker from somebody they already know and trust.

2. People will revisit your web site to participate on
your discussion board or chat room. They will meet
other people with similar interests and your web site
will become a hang out were they can chat.

3. You can learn important information about your
visitors by reading the conversations they have. They
may chat about your web site or products. With this
information you could learn to market your products
more effectively.

4. You could answer the questions your visitors ask
in your online communities. You'll become known as
an expert by giving the answers to their questions.
This will give you and your business more credibility.

5. You could teach a free online class using your chat
room. This will give you an expert status and increase
traffic to your web site by offering the free class.

6. When your discussion board or chat room becomes
popular, you could sell advertising space on them. This
will give you an extra income stream for your web site.

7. You can network with other businesses by having
a chat room or discussion board. You could exchange
business ideas, leads, advertising, etc.

8. You could allow other web sites who don't have
a discussion board or chat room to use yours. You
will get free advertising by allowing them to link to
your online community.

9. When you have a discussion board or chat room
you can get free advertising by listing them in online
community directories. You can also join web rings
with similar discussion topics.

10. You can make money by advertising your own
products and services on your discussion board or
chat room. You could also join other people's affiliate
programs and make commissions advertising them.

About the Author:
Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy has helped thousands of people
in over 200 countries around the world start and run a
successful home business. Discover 3 easy steps to start
your own home business and subscribe to The Home Biz Guy's
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How To Overcome Marketing Paralysis

| Tuesday, October 7, 2008

How To Overcome Marketing Paralysis

Many of us put off creating or overhauling our marketing materials until we have "time." But with all the responsibilities we have, who on earth has time? In my experience, the time excuse is very often a smokescreen, covering the fears hidden underneath.

And what of these fears? Well let's face it. When you're selling yourself, there's something scary about putting yourself "out there" and putting yourself "out there" in a tangible real piece of marketing, does seem to make it somewhat final.

We worry about being misunderstood. We worry about not living up to other people's expectations. We worry about "getting it wrong". We worry about offending people. We worry about appearing over confident. We worry about making claims that we can't live up to. It's no wonder we can't find the time. Who would want to find the time to when there are so many ways of getting it wrong?

In spite of the fact that those fears exist and they're getting in the way, we really just have to thumb our noses at them. You simply have to say to yourself, "Yes, those fears may be there, but I'm going to create my marketing materials in spite of them."

My favourite method for blasting through these fears is a technique I call the "anti-brochure". Before we go any further I want you to grab a pen, and a sheet of paper and at the top write, "The reasons you shouldn't become my client". Now as quickly as possible, write down all the reasons why someone shouldn't hire you. Don't worry, we won't be publicizing these, what we are aiming to do is to get these sentences out of your head where they can cripple your creative process and onto the page where they lose a great deal of their power.

Here are some examples that have come out of this exercise: "I'm not good enough." "I tell a good story, but I don't walk my talk." "If I'm so great why is my own life in such a mess?" "If people knew what I was really like they wouldn't want to hire me." "I'm afraid I won't live up to their expectations." "The only reason I have any clients is because I fooled them all."

I love this technique for blasting away the doubts and fears that will otherwise really interfere with your creative process. Once you've got the words out and onto the page, they become a lot less effective at holding you back. Last year I ran a course with a partner, and we sat down and did this exercise together before writing the brochure. We titled it, "The reasons you shouldn't book this course".

We each spent 5-10 minutes filling a sheet with our insecurities and fears and when we were done, we compared notes, then threw the lists away. That's it. That's all you need to do. Don't agonize over what you've written. Just write it, read it through and throw it away. Some people like a ritual burning, but to be perfectly honest I think that's affording too much significance to what just amounts to a bunch of false fears. Just screw up the paper and toss it in the wastepaper basket. Try this. It really works.

By Bernadette Doyle, 2008. Reprints welcome so long as by-line and article are published intact and all links made live. Bernadette Doyle publishes her weekly Client Magnets newsletter for trainers, speakers, coaches, consultants, complementary therapists and solo professionals. If you want to get clients calling you instead of you calling them, then sign up for her free weekly e-zine at

Your Online Business Goal (Why Newbie Keep Failed?)

| Wednesday, September 24, 2008

-- Attitude

I'm sure you have been exposed to many online offers promising you quick cash, with no efforts, and to make you rich over-night.

So, if you have not realized this already, let me say it once and for all:

There is no quick money. There is no easy cash!

In your journey on the internet, you have to understand and accept that making an income on the internet is like having your own business. Actually, you will be having your own business. And treating it as a serious business is essential for your online success.

You may have to work on your attitude before you work on making money. If you still believe you will be rich next week from your work online, just go on, let see if that works for you!

It's obvious to any sane person that to achieve an income online, you will need: commitment, continual training, focus, dedication, hard work, a marketing budget and if you really want a full time income, it will take time!

-- Motivation and Goal Settings

Take five seconds right now and think... What's your motivation for wanting to make money online?

Statistics show that people that have goals in their lives are more likely to succeed than those who don't.

So, set your goals. Write them down on a piece of paper if you have to. Always remind yourself of these goals. They will be your motivation. Maybe you want to get out of debt? Or maybe you're planning for retirement? Or how about that new house or new car you've always wanted to buy?

Remind yourself of these goals everyday and work hard at your CASHCulture business to achieve them.

-- Persistence

This is where your goals come into play! As we said before, generating an residual income online takes time! You have to remind yourself with this fact all the time.

If you persist at it and did all your "homework" online, nothing can stop you from generating an online income over time. There will be times where making money online will sound impossible. There will be other times when you feeling hitting your head

against the computer screen. Your work may seem pointless...

That's when you have to remind yourself of your goals. That will be the fuel you need to go on. Never ever give up! This is important - It has proven itself over and over: You can be what you want to be!

Time And Budget

Don't just spend all your time promoting your referral link aimlessly. Set a plan for yourself. Decide how much time you're willing to put into this business. Set this time asider everyday for your CASHCulture business. You get what you put into it. The more time you spend, the better the results are going to be.

Same thing about budget - you need to spend something to make something. Don't ever think that you will be able to build a lucrative online business just by using free advertising methods. Expand your horizon a little, and look for other advertising methods that will bring results.

Set a realistic monthly budget for yourself and stick to it.

Once you have understood all of the above, you're ready to move on.

source: CBclickbank

Reporter vs Expert - Why Most Bloggers Are Stuck Reporting

| Friday, August 29, 2008

There are basically two types of bloggers in the world - reporters and experts - and some people perform both roles (usually the experts, it’s hard for reporters to become experts, but it’s easy for experts to report).

If you have ever taken an Internet marketing course or attended a seminar specifically for beginners, you have probably heard about the two different methodologies. Whenever the business model is based on content, and if you blog for money then the model is based on content, people are taught to either start as reporters, or if possible step up as experts.

I’ll be frank; you want to be the expert.

Reporters leverage the content of the experts and in most cases people start off as reporters because they haven’t established expertise. Experts enjoy the perks of preeminence, higher conversion rates because of perceived value, it’s easier to get publicity, people are more likely to seek you out rather than you having to seek others out, joint ventures come easier, etc… experts in most cases simply make more money and attract more attention.

Most Bloggers Are Reporters

The thing with expertise is that it requires something - experience. No person becomes an expert without doing things and learning. Bloggers usually start out without expertise and as a result begin their blogging journey by talking about everything going on in their niche (reporting) and by interviewing and talking about other experts (reporting again).

There’s nothing wrong with reporting of course and for many people it’s a necessity at first until you build up some expertise. Unfortunately the ratios are pretty skewed when it comes to reporters and experts - there are a lot more reporters than there are experts, hence reporters tend to struggle to gain attention and when they do, they often just enhance the reputation of the expert they are reporting on.

Don’t Replicate Your Teacher

If you have ever spent some time browsing products in the learn Internet marketing niche you will notice a pattern. Many people first study Internet marketing from a “guru” (for lack of a better term). The guru teaches how he or she is able to make money online, and very often the view that the student gleams is that in order to make money online you have to teach others how to make money online.

The end result of this process is a huge army of amateurs attempting to replicate what their teacher does in the same industry - the Internet marketing industry - not realizing that without expert status based on a proven record and all the perks that come with it, it’s next to impossible to succeed.

Even people, who enjoy marginal success, say for example growing an email list of 1,000 people, then go out and launch a product about how to grow an email list of 1,000 people. Now I have no problems with that, I think it’s fine to teach beginners and leverage whatever achievements you have, the problem is that people gravitate to the same niche - Internet marketing - and rarely have any key points of differentiation.

How many products out there do you know of that all claim to teach the same things - email marketing, SEO, pay per click, affiliate marketing, and all the sub-niches that fall under the category of Internet marketing. It’s a saturated market, yet when you see your teachers and other gurus making money teaching others how to make money (and let’s face it - making money as a subject is one of the most compelling) - your natural inclination is to follow in their footsteps.

If the key is to become an expert and you haven’t spent the last 5-10 years making money online, I suggest you look for another niche to establish expertise in.

Report on Your Process, Not Others

The secret to progress from reporter to expert is not to focus on other experts and instead report on your own journey. When you are learning how to do something and implementing things day by day, or studying other people’s work, you need to take your process and what you do as a result of what you learn, and use it as content for your blog.

It’s okay to talk about experts when you learn something from them, but always relate it to what you are doing. If you learn a technique from an expert it’s fine to state you learned it from them (and affiliate link to their product too!) but you should then take that technique, apply it to what you are doing and then report back YOUR results, not there’s. Frame things using your opinion - your stories - and don’t regurgitate what the expert said. The key is differentiation and personality, not replication.

Expertise comes from doing things most people don’t do and then talking about it. If you do this often enough you wake up one day as an expert, possibly without even realizing how it happened, simply because you were so good at reporting what you did.

You Are Already An Expert

Most people fail to become experts (or perceived as experts) because they don’t leverage what they already know. Every person who lives a life learns things as they go, takes action every day and knows something about something. The reason why they never become an expert is because they choose not to (which is fine for some, not everyone wants to be an expert), but if your goal is to blog your way to expertise and leave the world of reporting behind you have to start teaching and doing so by leveraging real experience.

Experience can come from what you do today and what you have done previously; you just need to take enough steps to demonstrate what you already know and what you are presently learning along your journey. I know so many people in my life, who are experts simply by virtue of the life they have lived, yet they are so insecure about what they know, they never commit their knowledge to words for fear of…well fear.

Blogs and the Web in general, are amazing resources when you leverage them as a communication tool to spread your expertise because of the sheer scope of people they can reach. If all you ever do is talk to people in person and share your experience using limited communication mediums, you haven’t much hope of becoming an expert. Take what you know and show other people through blogging, and you might be surprised how people change their perception of you in time.

Reporting Is A Stepping Stone

If your previous experience and expertise is from an area you want to leave behind or you are starting from “scratch”, then reporting is the path you must walk, at least for the short term.

Reporting is a lot of fun. Interviewing experts, talking about what other people are doing and just being part of a community is not a bad way to blog. In many cases people make a career of reporting (journalism is about just that), but if you truly want success and exponential results, at some point you will have to stand up and proclaim yourself as someone unusually good at something and then proceed to demonstrate it over and over again.

Have patience and focus on what you do to learn and then translate that experience into lessons for others, and remember, it’s okay to be a big fish in a small pond, that’s all most experts really are.

This article was by Yaro Starak, a professional blogger and my blog mentor. He is the leader of the Blog Mastermind mentoring program designed to teach bloggers how to earn a full time income blogging part time.

To get more information about Blog Mastermind click this link:

10 Blog Traffic Tips

| Tuesday, August 26, 2008

In every bloggers life comes a special day - the day they first launch a new blog. Now unless you went out and purchased someone else''s blog chances are your blog launched with only one very loyal reader - you. Maybe a few days later you received a few hits when you told your sister, father, girlfriend and best friend about your new blog but that''s about as far you went when it comes to finding readers.Here are the top 10 techniques new bloggers can use to find readers.

These are tips specifically for new bloggers, those people who have next-to-no audience at the moment and want to get the ball rolling.

It helps if you work on this list from top to bottom as each technique builds on the previous step to help you create momentum. Eventually once you establish enough momentum you gain what is called "traction", which is a large enough audience base (about 500 readers a day is good) that you no longer have to work too hard on finding new readers. Instead your current loyal readers do the work for you through word of mouth.

Top 10 Tips :

10. Write at least five major "pillar" articles. A pillar article is usually a tutorial style article aimed to teach your audience something. Generally they are longer than 500 words and have lots of very practical tips or advice. This article you are currently reading could be considered a pillar article since it is very practical and a good "how-to" lesson. This style of article has long term appeal, stays current (it isn''t news or time dependent) and offers real value and insight. The more pillars you have on your blog the better.

9. Write one new blog post per day minimum. Not every post has to be a pillar, but you should work on getting those five pillars done at the same time as you keep your blog fresh with a daily news or short article style post. The important thing here is to demonstrate to first time visitors that your blog is updated all the time so they feel that if they come back tomorrow they will likely find something new. This causes them to bookmark your site or subscribe to your blog feed.

You don''t have to produce one post per day all the time but it is important you do when your blog is brand new. Once you get traction you still need to keep the fresh content coming but your loyal audience will be more forgiving if you slow down to a few per week instead. The first few months are critical so the more content you can produce at this time the better.

8. Use a proper domain name. If you are serious about blogging be serious about what you call your blog. In order for people to easily spread the word about your blog you need an easily rememberable domain name. People often talk about blogs they like when they are speaking to friends in the real world (that''s the offline world, you remember that place right?) so you need to make it easy for them to spread the word and pass on your URL. Try and get a .com if you can and focus on small easy to remember domains rather than worry about having the correct keywords (of course if you can get great keywords and easy to remember then you''ve done a good job!).

7. Start commenting on other blogs. Once you have your pillar articles and your daily fresh smaller articles your blog is ready to be exposed to the world. One of the best ways to find the right type of reader for your blog is to comment on other people''s blogs. You should aim to comment on blogs focused on a similar niche topic to yours since the readers there will be more likely to be interested in your blog.

Most blog commenting systems allow you to have your name/title linked to your blog when you leave a comment. This is how people find your blog. If you are a prolific commentor and always have something valuable to say then people will be interested to read more of your work and hence click through to visit your blog.

6. Trackback and link to other blogs in your blog posts. A trackback is sort of like a blog conversation. When you write a new article to your blog and it links or references another blogger''s article you can do a trackback to their entry. What this does is leave a truncated summary of your blog post on their blog entry - it''s sort of like your blog telling someone else''s blog that you wrote an article mentioning them. Trackbacks often appear like comments.

This is a good technique because like leaving comments a trackback leaves a link from another blog back to yours for readers to follow, but it also does something very important - it gets the attention of another blogger. The other blogger will come and read your post eager to see what you wrote about them. They may then become a loyal reader of yours or at least monitor you and if you are lucky some time down the road they may do a post linking to your blog bringing in more new readers.

5. Encourage comments on your own blog. One of the most powerful ways to convince someone to become a loyal reader is to show there are other loyal readers already following your work. If they see people commenting on your blog then they infer that your content must be good since you have readers so they should stick around and see what all the fuss is about. To encourage comments you can simply pose a question in a blog post. Be sure to always respond to comments as well so you can keep the conversation going.

4. Submit your latest pillar article to a blog carnival. A blog carnival is a post in a blog that summarizes a collection of articles from many different blogs on a specific topic. The idea is to collect some of the best content on a topic in a given week. Often many other blogs link back to a carnival host and as such the people that have articles featured in the carnival enjoy a spike in new readers.

To find the right blog carnival for your blog, do a search at

3. Submit your blog to To be honest this tip is not going to bring in a flood of new readers but it''s so easy to do and only takes five minutes so it''s worth the effort. Go to Blog Top Sites, find the appropriate category for your blog and submit it. You have to copy and paste a couple of lines of code on to your blog so you can rank and then sit back and watch the traffic come in. You will probably only get 1-10 incoming readers per day with this technique but over time it can build up as you climb the rankings. It all helps!

2. Submit your articles to This is another tip that doesn''t bring in hundreds of new visitors immediately (although it can if you keep doing it) but it''s worthwhile because you simply leverage what you already have - your pillar articles. Once a week or so take one of your pillar articles and submit it to Ezine Articles. Your article then becomes available to other people who can republish your article on their website or in their newsletter.

How you benefit is through what is called your "Resource Box". You create your own resource box which is like a signature file where you include one to two sentences and link back to your website (or blog in this case). Anyone who publishes your article has to include your resource box so you get incoming links. If someone with a large newsletter publishes your article you can get a lot of new readers at once.

1. Write more pillar articles. Everything you do above will help you to find blog readers however all of the techniques I''ve listed only work when you have strong pillars in place. Without them if you do everything above you may bring in readers but they won''t stay or bother to come back. Aim for one solid pillar article per week and by the end of the year you will have a database of over 50 fantastic feature articles that will work hard for you to bring in more and more readers.

This article was by Yaro Starak, a professional blogger and my blog mentor. He is the leader of the Blog Mastermind mentoring program designed to teach bloggers how to earn a full time income blogging part time.
To get more information about Blog Mastermind click this link: Blog Mastermind

The Only Online Dictionary And Search Engine You Need For Computer And Internet Technology Definitions

| Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Just found it! This interesting site is suitable for people which still confuse about many computer & internet term and definitions; just like me lol
The site at
Use it at your own risk (if you become more confuse maybe ^-^)