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How to be rich from internet

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Do you want to earn some extra amount of money and also want to change your life style? Do you think how it is possible? If you want to earn extra amount of money without disturbing your regular routine, then internet is the best route for you. In this advanced technology based world, internet is one of the main ways of development. There is no way to move ahead without the use of internet. Internet is not a source of communicating with others; it is the source of earning too. The main source of income comes from is outsourcing. You can do everything with internet. If you have sufficient amount of professional skills, then you are the right person for earning from internet. But, don’t frustrate if you do not have professional skill. With your little knowledge in internet, you may earn handsome amount of money.

Ways of earning money: There are many ways of earning from internet like writing content or blog or content, building a website, doing online freelancing job, building software, making apps. If you are not comfortable with these jobs, then go through this article. Here, you will find many ways of earning from internet. This article is designed with many clues about how to earn money with internet. Working with internet is as simple as water. No excellent writing skills, no advance knowledge, and no PHD is required for this purpose. Just share your thoughts with internet and earn money.

Earn from internet with less qualification: Here are some ways of internet earning that require less qualification-
Paid Surveys: There are so many big brands in the market that would wish to hear your decision about their products. They are ready to pay for your valuable decision or valuable information. There are many paid survey site that work as an agent that help you by communicating letting with companies by sharing your opinion through online surveys. These companies always welcome your positive or negative opinion and pay for that opinion. Just share your opinion and earn money. But never underestimate your opinion; be serious about your opinion.
PTC Work: PTC is also another way of online earning. With your little knowledge about internet you can easily do this type of work. PTC means paid to click. The name shows if you click, you will be paid. When you open this type of website, you will find many advertisements about many companies. When you click these advertisements, means you have seen their advertisements and for that they will pay you.
AD Posting Work: If you want to earn money by doing simple work with your little computer knowledge, then AD Posting is perfect for you. This is as simple as PTC work. In case of Ad Posting jobs you to post advertisements on some free classified websites. The main purpose of job is to promote companies products through online and their websites. If you know how to surf internet quickly and able to do copy & paste of text matter, then you are the right candidate for this job. This AD posting job is a great idea for you if you wish to earn some money from internet. This AD posting job is a reliable job through you can you may make a carrier of your own. This type of work is mainly project basis and from each project you may earn $2-$5 per project. This type of work follows various kinds of payment methods like PayPal or direct bank transfer or check. You may earn your payment once or twice a month.
Website Content writing or blog writing job: Content is the king of any website. A website becomes attractive when its content is attractive. There are plenty of content writing works are available in internet. A website content writer is a person who specializes in writing relevant content for websites. You have to write content in such a way that attracts and retain readers on a website. Content written for a website must concentrate on a particular topic. You must write content in such a way that it should be easy to read and offer information that is easy to understand. There are many clients who provide content writing jobs on regular basis. By writing content you may earn good amount of money in every month. You can get your payment through online transfer by Paypal. Writing may be of different types like article writing, web content writing, product review writing, academic content writing, essay writing, press release writing etc.
Earn from YouTube: You may also earn money with You Tube too. Earning thousands of dollars from You Tube is not a story at all. If you have strong subscriber base, you may earn a lot of money from here. If you upload videos or photos and monetize them, you may expect a regular earning from YouTube.
Forum posting job: Posting a forum is also a great way of earning money online. There are many forum posting websites, where by posting forum you may earn money. Forum posting is an important stance to boost up SEO efforts. Forum posting in right way can drive massive traffic for a website. So, by posting forum, you may earn a handsome amount of money.
Earn money by Affiliate marketing: Affiliate marketing is an online advertising process that allows an online based business to affiliate themselves with web site through affiliate programs. Affiliates help to make money by generating sales or leads or traffic for the Merchants business. A merchant is a person who sells goods and services online. By affiliate programming you may also earn money from online.
Apart from all these online income system, there are also other ways too from where you can also earn money. Some of these are- income from google adsense, income from reading e mail, buy selling domain, by selling photos, by doing micro jobs, by CPA advertising.
There are also many such works like AD posting, viewing of videos etc that also pay you for proper work. So, try these works and money online.

SEO – what to do to keep up for the rest of 2015

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Search Engine optimization has been more tiring than 2015, it has constantly been changing, the change from desktop to responsive mobile web design, the algorithm changes etc have already made the webmasters do lot more than any year than the year 2015.

To keeep up to the pace for remainder of year, you must take an all-inclusive approach. Today’s SEO can be broken down into three key areas: 1. Technical aspects 2. User Experience, and 3. The Content of the pages. Following is a run down of each of these.

Technical SEO

Tweaking the code to make it more Search Engine friendly is very important, Performing strong keyword research is key for this step, because those keywords will be integrated into all aspects of your website from meta descriptions to title tags. Technical SEO means making sure each and every page on your website has a clear description and gets read by Google correctly. Important elements include:

– Proper Keyword Usage: Keywords should be used (but only 1-2 times) in the following: URLs, meta descriptions, page titles, website text, ALT attribute, canonical tags and H1 tags.

– Website Errors: There should be no 404 or server errors on the website, nor should there be any duplicate content.

User Experience

User experience is key when it comes to SEO. Your website, which should be generated by designers and content creators together, needs to be easy to navigate and use. What do you want your user to do? Contact you? Purchase something? This is sometimes called “inbound marketing”, but it’s important to keep UX in mind when designing (or restructuring your website). Important elements include:

– Website Structure: Does the website structure make sense? Your site must also be optimized for mobile (or you may get docked by Google).

– Website Speed: Slow websites are bad from an SEO and UX perspective. Make sure all images are optimized and compressed and clean up any excess JS or CSS on the site.

The Content

Content is now dubbed “fat” and “thin” content, Google distinguishes between types of content on a website and social media. First, the content on your site must be “fat”, which means eBooks, white papers, strong, shareable blogs. You don’t want “thin” content which is poor guest posts and outdated text. This goes for social media as well. Your social networks all go towards your SEO, so choose what networks you want to focus on and make them great.

Another part of content is public relations. Some call this “the new link building”, but you want strong content being written about your company, linking to your site as well. These inbound links can be from press releases or stories about your company, but the stronger the source (aka where the post comes from), the stronger your website optimization will be.

SEO tactics change frequently, but these tactics will get you through the rest of this year. If you haven’t thought about some of these elements, then make sure you do before we see another Google algorithm update.

12 Points to consider when implementing Google analytics

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Google analytics is a great way to track the traffic on your web site. It is not just free but it is the most easiest, reliable and complete analytics tool for any size of the website,

It can be installed on a smallest one page site to a large website with thousands of Pages. Seting up Google analytics is very easy, just visit http://www.google.com/analytics/ login with your google ID and add a website and paste the code at the footer of each page of your web site.

This is usually quite enough but Google offers a lot more than just tracking visitors, there are atlease 12 features which are usually unexplored but are very important and useful for any website.

Following are 12 features of Google Analytics that must be checked to take full advantage – because better data means a stronger ability to form better insights and make better decisions around your digital marketing activity.

1. Goals

If you are asking the user to take an action on your site, you should be tracking it. This could range from making a purchase, signing up to an email newsletter, or even submitting a form. Setting up Goals allows you to not only measure and report on these conversions, but to analyse the traffic source, device, and location. A monetary value can also be assigned to each goal to assist in ROI reporting and optimization.

2. Funnel Visualization

Where there are multiple steps in a goal, like completing a transaction over a few pages, be sure to setup the funnel. Using the Funnel Visualisation tool, you can understand at what stage the dropouts are occurring and stop leaking leads. Fixing user experience, A/B testing or remarketing might all be tactics to explore once you’ve seen what your funnel looks like.

3. E-commerce Tracking

If your business is around e-commerce, it’s a no brainer to enable this enhanced conversion tracking. This will allow a deeper level of reporting across product sales, categories and revenue. Again this provides incredible value when you analyse where these visits are coming from and how your digital marketing activity is performing.

4. Event Tracking

By default, other than tracking which pages a user visits, Google Analytics doesn’t tell you a lot about how people interact with your site. To measure interactions, such as how many people click on a share button, or how many users watched a video, you need Event Tracking. To better understand these behaviours, each custom interaction can be manually tagged to report directly into Google Analytics each time the event is trigged.

5. On-site Search

What users search for on your site tells you not only what people are looking for, but also what they couldn’t find. The most searched for queries inform you about what content is missing, or if it couldn’t be found easily in the navigation or on the front page. By default Google Analytics won’t report on these searches, but it’s usually not hard to set it up. Learn more about Site Search here.

6. Google Account Linking

Google Analytics integrates incredibly well with the rest of Google’s products such as Adwords and Adsense. Manually linking these accounts automates much of the reporting, gives you greater insight across the products and puts all your data in one place.

7. Exclude Internal Traffic

If you, or your employees, are constantly on your site there’s a good chance they’re skewing the data. Measures like conversion rates and dwell time will be softened by internal traffic and testing. Avoid this by excluding this traffic based on a specific IP address.

8. Cross Domain & Sub Domain Tracking

If your site has sub domains (eg. blog.brand.com and www.brand.com) or you need to track across different domains, ensure all your data is being captured and sits in the one Google Analytics profile. Setting this up also allows you to manually exclude domains as you need to. For example, on many e-commerce platforms paypal.com is attributed as a popular traffic source (due to the nature of the shopping cart), but this can be excluded to better understand where the sale really came from.

9. Google Tag Manager

Implementing the Google Analytics code and maintaining it can be painful if you’re not the Webmaster. It can be slow, inefficient and cause problems if not implemented correctly, especially if writing code isn’t in your job description! Google Tag Manager addresses these problems, requiring you to only install one piece of code once. Once this is in place you can easily amend and add new tags quickly and without breaking anything – you won’t even have to annoy the IT department.

10. Enable Remarketing

If you’re going to run remarketing on the Google Display Network, make life easy by turning on the remarketing feature. This will allow you to easily create custom audiences and export them to Google Adwords.

11. Enable Demographic Reporting

Google Analytics can report on demographics and interests of your visitors – you only have to turn on the functionality. Using data from across the Google products, you can better understand who your visitors are and how to target new leads.

12. UTM Tagging

Although it’s not technically part of setting up Google Analytics, consider how UTM tags could help you better understand your digital marketing activity. Tracking clicks across display, email, social, etc. and their impact on your site is powerful data, especially when combined with the above tools.

Privacy Policy Considerations

Before enabling the features above, or even installing Google Analytics, consider how it may impact your Privacy Policy.