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March 6, 2009

make money with Google not Addsenes

Filed under: Google,internet — mnalin @ 12:37 am

This another chance to make money with Google . Are you familiar such as Gmail,calendar,Gtalk, Document ; So…… why don’t be Google APP authorize Reseller

this is the idea, Google they have Google App as business solution (Gmail,Google Calendar ,Google Docs, Google Video and Google Sites)
Now they come with one step down to do this that is GOOGLE APP AUTHORIZED RESELLER . IN ,this program you can buy this service & you can resell that

GOOGLE ——–> YOU <——– CUSTOMER

Google 2 Week-1-12-2009

who can be reseller?

Google recognizes that resellers who are the trusted advisors and technology consultants to businesses play the pivotal role of helping them get the best out of Google Apps.

what Google will do me as reseller?

As a Google Apps Authorized Reseller, Google will provide you with:

  • Technical training and reseller support
  • Sales tools and training
  • Marketing programs, collateral, and tools
  • Reseller discount off the annual list price for Google Apps Premier Edition
  • Reseller logo branding
  • Solution provider community forums
  • Integration into the front-line customer support flow
  • Console to create and manage customer accounts
  • Opportunities for other performance-based benefits

How can i fit to this program ?

  • You have adopted and are a strong advocate of the Software as a Service model.
  • You engage in a managed services contract model with your customers, where you appreciate intuitive high quality products that reduce your support burden.
  • You go beyond technology implementation and provide business guidance on technology adoption.
  • You are interested in and willing to grow your business.

what should be my role?

google_reseller


GOOGLE —————–> YOU
reseller_customers

YOU ———————> YOUR CUSTOMER


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March 3, 2009

Feed your Blog with VeriSign Feed manger

Filed under: internet,seo,web development — mnalin @ 3:56 pm

looking for Increase visibility !! reach & make money !!!

{Manage } {Measure} { Monetize}

Getting Started

You do not have to be a technical wizard to use Feed Manager. Getting started is simple. If you already have an account simply enter your login details to access your feed information. If you are new to the service, sign up for a new account. Once your account is created you can add your existing feeds and immediately start to enjoy the valuable services that Feed Manager has to offer.

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WHY FEED MANAGER?

Feed Manager, a comprehensive service from VeriSign, allows you to:

  • Monetize your content and blog feeds
  • Manage and configure your feeds for greater flexibility and improved customer experience. Functions include the ability to rename your feed, truncate headlines and administer and apply a consistent style across multiple feeds.
  • Measure traffic generated by your content and blog feeds.

Because Feed Manager gives you a 360 degree view of the traffic generated by your feeds you have a strong foundation from which you can actively drive increased usage and visibility in order to make more money. This completeness of service gives you the confidence that your feeds are working in the smartest, most beneficial way possible.

sign up here

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March 2, 2009

Another Add revenue from Chitika for Blogger

Filed under: Google,internet,web development — mnalin @ 1:55 am

chitika200 If you haven’t heard about Chitika yet or if you have not tried it on your blog then you should read this and apply for Chitika program.

Chitika target users from US and Canada only otherwise it will be invisible for users from other countries.

Chitika is one of the good revenue generating program for blogger which you can use along with Google adsense.

Why would I want to run both AdSense and Chitika | Premium together?

There are three main reasons:

  • Increased Revenue – Google AdSense revenue + Chitika revenue is generally much greater than AdSense revenue alone. You can see real publishers’ examples of this here and here.
  • Flexible Integration – If we don’t have a super-targeted ad to show, then we don’t show anything. Yeah, we collapse and the ad disappears (not leaving any blank space). This allows for creative integration on your pages (like between content). This is not something you can do with any other ad units.
  • User Experience – The Chitika | Premium ads do look a lot different from AdSense, and are super-targeted to the exact keywords that the user is searching for. Users love targeted ads.

People who have used Chitika, I have got only positive reviews from them because according to them

Chitika have following advantages :

# High CTR

# Can be use with Adsense

# Target only US/CA users

# High eCPMs

# Chitika targets your Organic traffic.

Since it does not interfere with any of my current monetizing program I will highly recommend Chitika for people who have not used it.

Increase your revenue here http://chitika.com

Social Bookmarking & Search Engines

Filed under: Google,internet,seo,web development — mnalin @ 12:15 am

Ever heard of social bookmarking?. One of the most important being Backlinks. Potential websites are Digg, Reddit, Mixx ,   Stumbleupon and many more.

There are so many benefits to social bookmarking. Indeed, one of the biggest benefits is traffic. When you create back links from social bookmarking sites, Google gives you what’s called “authority”. It helps differentiate yourself from the others.

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Needless to say, this makes your site look important in the eyes of Google and your website is rewarded accordingly. Save some time and use something to automate the process because linking for hours and hours isn’t profitable?

Most people are stingy with their time and would rather use it for other purposes. The only way to really be effective is to submit as many sites as possible.

 

February 25, 2009

OpenID

Filed under: common,internet — mnalin @ 6:22 pm

What is an OpenID320px-OpenID_logo.svg

OpenID is an URL

OpenID eliminates the need for multiple usernames across different websites, simplifying your online experience.

It means OpenID is an open, decentralized standard for user authentication and access control, allowing users to log onto many services with the same digital identity. It is a Single sign-on (SSO) method of access control. As such, it replaces the common login process that uses a login-name and a password, by allowing a user to log in once and gain access to the resources of multiple software systems.

You get to choose the OpenID Provider that best meets your needs and most importantly that you trust. At the same time, your OpenID can stay with you, no matter which Provider you move to. And best of all, the OpenID technology is not proprietary and is completely free.



How can I use this

OpenID is still in the adoption phase and is becoming more and more popular, as large organizations like AOL, Microsoft, Sun, Novell, etc. begin to accept and provide OpenIDs. Today it is estimated that there are over 160-million OpenID enabled URIs with nearly ten-thousand sites supporting OpenID logins.

More sites:

Here are some places you can visit to see where you can use your OpenID to log in today:

You can use your OpenID on any one of a growing number of sites (nearly ten-thousand) which support OpenID. If one of your favorite sites doesn’t support OpenID yet, ask them when they will!

Where can I get that

If you don’t have an OpenID yet, here are a few which are generally recommended by various members of the community. In the end you should choose a Provider from a company which you trust. We realize this list isn’t perfect and plan to evolve it into a more useful tool. If you’re curious about the technology behind various providers, you can look at a guide comparing provider feature sets.

Providers


  • myID.net

    Free OpenID Provider with support for groups and Korean language.

  • myVidoop

    Free OpenID Provider that eliminates passwords with security features, customization, and browser integration.

check more providers here


For a list of more OpenID Providers, you may with to check the OpenID Directory. We don’t make any guarantees about the providers listed nor do we maintain this list.

OpenID authentication is used and provided by several large websites. Organizations like AOL, BBC, Google,IBM, Microsoft,MySpace, Orange, PayPal, VeriSign, and Yahoo! act as providers

AOL
openid.aol.com/screenname
Blogger
blogname.blogspot.com
Flickr
http://www.flickr.com/photos/username
LiveDoor
profile.livedoor.com/username
LiveJournal
username.livejournal.com
Orange (France Telecom)
http://openid.orange.fr/
SmugMug
username.smugmug.com
Technorati
technorati.com/people/technorati/username
Vox
member.vox.com
Yahoo
http://openid.yahoo.com
WordPress.com
username.wordpress.com

For developers

OpenID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity. OpenID takes advantage of already existing internet technology (URI, HTTP, SSL, Diffie-Hellman) and realizes that people are already creating identities for themselves whether it be at their blog, photostream, profile page, etc. With OpenID you can easily transform one of these existing URIs into an account which can be used at sites which support OpenID logins.

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Shortcuts For IE7

Filed under: common,internet,microsoft,web development — mnalin @ 1:01 am

General shortcuts

 

Turn Full Screen Mode on or off
F11

Cycle through the Address Bar, Refresh button, Search Box, and items on a web page
TAB

Find a word or phrase on a page
CTRL+F

Open the current webpage in a new window
CTRL+N

Print the page
CTRL+P

Select all items on the page
CTRL+A

Zoom in
CTRL+PLUS

Zoom out
CTRL+MINUS

Zoom to 100%
CTRL+0

Navigation Shortcuts

Go to home page
ALT+HOME

Go backward
ALT+LEFT

Go forward
ALT+RIGHT

Refresh page
F5

Refresh page and the cache
CTRL+F5

Stop downloading page
ESC

Favorite center Shortcuts

Open Favorites
CTRL+I

Open Favorites in pinned mode
CTRL+SHIFT+I

Organize Favorites
CTRL+B

Add current page to Favorites
CTRL+D

Open Feeds
CTRL+J

Open Feeds in pinned mode
CTRL+SHIFT+J

Open History
CTRL+H

Open History in pinned mode
CTRL+SHIFT+H

 

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Tab shortcuts

Open link in new background tab
Middle mouse button or CTRL+left mouse button

Open link in new foreground tab
CTRL+SHIFT+left mouse button or CTRL+SHIFT+middle mouse button

Close tab (closes window if only one tab is open)
Middle mouse button on the tab or CTRL+W

Open Quick Tab view
CTRL+Q

Open new tab
CTRL+T

View list of open tabs
CTRL+SHIFT+Q

Switch to next tab
CTRL+TAB

Switch to previous tab
CTRL+SHIFT+TAB

Address Bar Shortcuts

select the Address Bar
ALT+D

Add "http://www.&quot; to the beginning and ".com" to the end of text in Address Bar
CTRL+ENTER

Add "http://www.&quot; to the beginning and the website address suffix you have specified to the end of text in the Address Bar*
CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

Open the website address that is typed in the Address Bar in new tab
ALT+ENTER

View list of previously typed addresses
F4

Instant Search Box

Select the Instant Search Box
CTRL+E

View list of search providers
CTRL+DOWN

Open search results in new tab
ALT+ENTER

To do this

Do this

Disable all add-ons Windows logo key + R > iexplore.exe –extoff
Turn on AutoComplete so that website addresses will be automatically filled in for you if you begin to type them again Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Use inline AutoComplete
Change how tabs work in Internet Explorer Tools > Internet Options > on the General tab, under Tabs, click Settings
Display the Menu Bar at the top of the screen

To display temporarily: press the ALT key
To display permanently: Tools > Menu Bar

Delete cookies, passwords, form data, history, and temporary Internet files Tools > Delete Browsing History
Find and install add-ons Tools > Manage Add-ons > Find More Add-ons
Print part of page Select part of the page you want to print, press CTRL+P, click Selection, and then click Print
Change website address suffix* Tools > Internet Options > Languages
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January 29, 2009

Social Bookmaking

Filed under: internet,seo — mnalin @ 1:53 am


What is social bookmarking?
Social bookmarking is a method for Internet users to store, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of web pages on the Internet with the help of metadata.

How social book marker working?

In a social bookmarking system, users save links to web pages that they want to remember and/or share. These bookmarks are usually public, and can be saved privately, shared only with specified people or groups, shared only inside certain networks, or another combination of public and private domains. The allowed people can usually view these bookmarks chronologically, by category or tags, or via a search engine

what available online social bookmarking option?

1. digg.com
382,792,751 – Inbound Links | 22,578,945 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 10,300,000 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 124 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 8

2. Yahoo! Buzz
900,571 – Inbound Links | **128,556,575** – Compete Monthly Visitors | 2,500,000 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 1 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

3. Technorati.com
75,306,437 – Inbound Links | 3,231,709 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 1,400,000 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 216 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 8

4. del.icio.us
171,593,051 – Inbound Links | 1,699,128 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 1,300,000 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 248 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 8

5. Propeller.com
997,000 – Inbound Links | 1,454,912 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 2,180,176 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 2,308 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

6. StumbleUpon.com
19,050,177 – Inbound Links | 1,313,586 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 695,239 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 300 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 8

7. reddit.com
45,307,577 – Inbound Links | 2,587,503 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 344,383 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 852 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

8. mixx.com
6,175,082 – Inbound Links | 507,100 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 475,000 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 1,880 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

9. Fark.com
11,438,723 – Inbound Links | 306,597 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 1,767,165 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 1,958 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

10. MyBlogLog.com
1,742,265 – Inbound Links | 1,972,847 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 84,922 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 432 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

11. Slashdot.org
13,555,035 – Inbound Links | 724,424 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 269,884 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 579 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 9

12. kaboodle.com
100,266 – Inbound Links | 1,751,763 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 851,858 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 9,125 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

13. Bloglines.com
50,717,948 – Inbound Links | 382,663 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 103,711 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 853 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 9

14. newsvine.com
24,200,775 – Inbound Links | 315,857 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 203,761 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 3,977 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

15. blinklist.com
23,770,576 – Inbound Links | 243,277 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 165,306 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 4,647 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

16. netvouz.com
8,112,272 – Inbound Links | 75,507 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 54,325 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 15,048 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

17. clipmarks.com
164,419 – Inbound Links | 196,107 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 147,131 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 6,740 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

18. Furl.net
49,595,144 – Inbound Links | 148,975 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 57,547 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 4,112 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 8

19. Mister-Wong
13,214,146 – Inbound Links | 25,416 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 3,432 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 1,889 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

20. dzone.com
1,065,009 – Inbound Links | 100,784 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 117,897 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 5,187 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

21. ma.gnolia.com
13,701,444 – Inbound Links | 110,662 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 32,363 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 7,454 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

22. Tailrank.com
5,320,211 – Inbound Links | 71,563 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 35,783 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 28,920 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

23. ShoutWire.com
168,480 – Inbound Links | 101,738 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 55,337 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 10,552 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

24. simpy.com
13,107,730 – Inbound Links | 62,645 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 49,205 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 10,948 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 7

25. BlogMarks.net
9,748,453 – Inbound Links | 61,740 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 28,075 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 11,880 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

26. BlueDot.us
1,159,780 – Inbound Links | 107,717 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 60,045 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 12,072 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

27. Spurl.net
18,628,253 – Inbound Links | 42,300 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 3,483 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 14,300 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 6

28. linkswarm.com
150,842 – Inbound Links | 14,504 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 10,476 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 47,267 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 5

29. Spotback.com
97,564 – Inbound Links | 42,838 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 5,037 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 42,015 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 5

30. MyBookmarks.com
25,191 – Inbound Links | 10,934 – Compete Monthly Visitors | 7,727 – Quantcast Monthly Visitors | 108,226 – Alexa Ranking. | Page Rank: 5

Check this video for what is social bookmarking ? How to do it? with del.icio.us

January 27, 2009

Histroy of the Internet

Filed under: internet,networking — mnalin @ 3:45 pm

January 24, 2009

Skype 4.0

Filed under: common,internet — mnalin @ 8:05 pm

We recommend that blind and visually impaired people use Skype 3.8 for Windows and do not upgrade to 4.0 this time. Accessibility features have not yet been completed in the new release.

The all-new Skype for Windows.

Built for conversations that make a difference.

Download now Skype 4.0 for Windows

See Skype in action

We’ve built this brand new Skype so you can have the conversations that make a difference to you, every day. It’s easy to use, plus step-by-step guides help you get started.

Give your partner a goodnight kiss when they’re working away from home. Check in with your family wherever you’re travelling to let them know you’re safe and well. Pick up your weekly call to your mum and this time, remember to ask for her knockout cheesecake recipe.

 

 

 

Bigger video
Feel like you’re talking face-to-face with great sound and picture. Fill your screen with the faces you love.

Best-ever sound
Calls are crystal clear and even more reliable. Plus our ‘smart help’ picks up any sound issues and helps you fix them during a call.

Juggle conversations
Pick up and switch between conversations. Organise everything in one main screen or choose separate windows for each conversation.

 

 

Easy to start conversations

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Big screen video

 

Easy to juggle conversations

 

Best ever sound

 

Compact view

Main features

  • Free Skype-to-Skype calls.
  • Call phones and mobiles, send SMS.
  • Free instant messaging.
  • Voicemail.
  • Free video call.
  • Forward calls to a phone when you’re offline.

Skype-to-Skype calls, video calls and instant messaging are free, any time of the day or night, anywhere in the world. Call phones and mobiles and send SMS messages at great value Pay As You Go rates, or call unlimited* to certain countries with a subscriptions.

Download now Windows Skype 4.0 for Windows

  • Windows Vista CertifiedSystem requirements
  • PC running Windows 2000, XP or Vista. (Windows 2000 users require DirectX 9.0 for video calls).
  • Internet connection – broadband is best (GPRS is not supported for voice calls).
  • Speakers and microphone – built-in or separate.
  • For voice and video calls we recommend a computer with at least a 1GHz processor, 256 MB RAM and of course a webcam.
  • For High Quality Video calls you will need a high quality video webcam and software, a dual-core processor computer and a fast broadband connection (384 kbps).

 

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