Friday, October 26, 2012

Make Money Flipping Websites!

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Need a little extra cash in these tough economic times? If so, then you may have just found a gold mine, because this article will show you ways to
make money from your home, and with virtually no expense to you!

Make Money Flipping Websites

Ever heard of flipping houses? Flipping websites is basically the same process, only WAY cheaper and faster!

Here's how to get started:

1. Buy An Existing Web Property- Sites like Flippa.com, forums.digitalpoint.com, Sitepoint.com, and many other online website auctioneers have plenty
of them.

2. Fix Er Up- Do a little research on the website's niche, and then figure the best way to make the site better. It varies based on site, but
sometimes just fixing up the theme or adding pictures (royalty free images at iStockphoto.com for cheap) can drastically help.

Another thing you could do is add an interactive forum. You can create one using web forum software like Vbulletin.com. Or you could build a
subscriber list by adding an email optin form, which you can create with free services like Mailchimp.com. The more subscribers or active members in
the forum, the more you'll be able to sell your site for later!

3. Flip It- Now go back to an auction site and sell the site for more than you bought it for. Expect to buy basic, but decent looking sites for
$20-$50, and sell them for $100-$300!

How to Make Clickbank Cash

Clickbank.com is basically the number 1 place for ebooks and digital download products. For potential buyers Clickbank is a great way to find good,
usable information on pretty much any topic you can imagine--from dating advice, to health advice, and a ton more.

For affiliates like yourself, Clickbank is a great way to make cash. Here is how it all works:

1. Sign Up and Do Some Product Research - To start, you will need an account. That's easy to get, just sign up at Clickbank.com. Then you should start
researching a "niche". Focus on something specific. For example, instead of just "golf" try finding a product on "stopping golf slices".

2. More Research, Get Links - Once you've done some initial market research and found a few, specific products, narrow it down to your top 1 or 2.
Review the sales page, and check out the Gravity of the product (Gravity basically indicates what is selling right now). Usually, the higher the
Gravity, the better the chance you have to make a sale.

Try out the product yourself if you can, and always ask for review copies. Talk to the vendor himself. If the vendor isn't professional and
responsive, then that may indicate its not a very good product to promote.

You want to make sure people who buy from them (through you) are satisfied. After you know your winner, get the affiliate link by following
Clickbank's easy to use instructions located in the "Clickbank Marketplace".

3. Promote!- Finally, you just need to promote your new affiliate product. One of the best ways is writing articles about your niche topic, and then
posting your affiliate link in the resource box.

But if you want more exposure, create an email list, and promote it to the list of interested, targeted subscribers. You can also join forums in the
niche, and have a signature link to your website. Don't be spammy and constantly try to sell in forums. Rather, just be yourself and try to be as
helpful as possible.

Make Serious Dollars with Google Adsense

Not interested in selling? Don't worry, there are ways to make money without selling a thing. One is Google Adsense. Ever see those ads on the side of
Google or in the side panel of a website? That's Adsense.

Basically, you just have to direct visitors to your site, who in turn click on those ads displayed within its pages, and you get money! Here's the
skinny on Adsense:

1. Set up a niche website with Adsense - Choose a niche, get a domain, then sign up at Adsense.com. Get a free blog from Wordpress.org.

2. Be Informative- Fill the blog with interesting content by writing articles, posting youtube and other videos, interview experts in your niche. The
more interesting your articles and videos, the better.

3. Promote- Get traffic back to your site with social bookmarking, social media, ping directories, article and RSS feeds, etc. The more you promote,
the more traffic you get, which means more money, how sweet is that?!

4. Get Paid- Finally, add Adsense to your blog! You can really do this at any time, its not hard and there are even plugins if you use Wordpress to
manage the ads. Make sure you place your ads in highly visible positions on your site. The higher your click-through-rate (CTR) the more you stand to
make!

Extra: As mentioned above, you can even sell your site if it starts making you money with Adsense.

So now you have an idea of what you can do to make money online. Feel like you've got a good chance? I hope so, because creating wealth online is very
straightforward, just choose one of the methods above and get to work!

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Keeping Safe on Facebook and Tips



We all know Facebook is the fastest growing social networking site in the world today But sharing information has lots of risks including your name which can be accessed by others and your profile can be viewed. Anyone can get valuable information and private photos from your profile — ultimately getting you in big trouble. You can keep your misfortunes down to a minimum by following these steps.



These steps can help you separate the good people from the bad ones.
Facebook
  • Set the security settings on your profile to “Only my friends.” By doing this, you will be able to have control who has access to your information and pictures. For certain pictures, you can also select certain friends that you do or do not want them to see.

  •  Always monitor pictures that other people put of you and tag you on. You can see the tagged pictures of you by going to your profile and under your profile picture it should say “Photos of You” and the number of tagged pictures. Click on that, and look through the pictures. 
You should be able to un-tag any unappealing photos of you, but people still have the ability to see it. Don’t hesitate for a second to “un-tag” yourself from pictures that you do not approve of. Simply click “remove tag” next to the name in the list of people in the picture. Also if you think that the particular picture could put you in a compromising situation, consult whoever put it up and ask him or her to remove it immediately. If they are your so called pals they should comply with your request.
  • Do not post pictures of yourself under the influence of any type of substance. This refers to pictures such as: Dancing-on-the-bar pictures or candid shots of the last time you got hammered with your pals on happy hour. Don’t be caught with drugs, especially if you’re underage because anyone can just print out the picture and show it to your parents or principal.
  • Be cautious of the statuses, photos, videos, etc. you post if your coworkers, colleagues, or even your boss is friends with you. If possible, avoid sending out or accepting friend requests from those who know you from work, especially your boss. Granting them full access to view your personal life will only have negative effects on your job.
  • Avoid putting your phone number, mailing address, children’s or pet’s names in your profile. People often use words such as pet’s names or numbers as passwords, so it is not recommended to publish them on-line.
  • Never post information regarding an upcoming vacation or trip as your status. Doing so is just asking for your house to be robbed. If you must post photos and every detail of your two-week trip to France, do so after you return home, not before or during your vacation.
  • Change your password every so often. Don’t make your password something obvious such as your birthday or mother’s maiden name. Try to have at least one capital letter, one lowercase letter, two numbers, and a symbol. The longer and more complicated the password, the safer you are from getting your account hacked. Always remember to log out after you’re finished with Facebook, especially on a shared computer.
  • Don’t confuse Facebook with an on-line dating site. The purpose of Facebook is to connect you with people you know. Making you profile public means you’re sharing your information with everyone, even though you don’t know them, a risk that you wouldn’t want to take.
  • Be careful who you friend. Don’t friend anyone out of your state/country unless you know them pretty well. Only friend people you know.  You can add mutual friends that you don’t know if you want to, though not recommended. Only friend people that you at least know their favorite color, siblings name, pets name, or something like that. Make sure they are the correct person by looking through their pictures. If they are not familiar, then remove them as a friend by getting to your friend list. Block anyone that seems to threaten or harass you.
  • Take advantage of online Social Network Monitoring services. No matter how active you are, going through your children’s posts, messages, photos, videos, comments is impossible. Remember: children have no right to privacy from their parents, but you don’t necessarily need to view every post they make unless you have reason to be suspicious. You should have their passwords so you can see if they are getting into dangerous situations or are exhibiting inappropriate speech or behavior. You can, though, respect your children’s individuality and take advantage of online Monitoring services. These services inform you on what you need to know in an easy to use platform. Some of these services offer monitoring for Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and cell phones; becoming your social shield against predators, Cyber-bullies, Reputation issues.
  • Before clicking on a link from Facebook, always remember to check the address bar,which should always display “www.facebook.com/” and nothing else like “www.facebook33.tk” or “www.facebook1.php”, etc. which is a giveaway of a phisher. It can steal your e-mail and password, as well as post spam links to your friends’ Walls.
More Safety Tips
  1. Remove anything you think is inappropriate. This could mean wall posts, images, or status’s. What you may have found funny last night might not be as funny the next morning.
  2. If anyone seems to be harassing you on Facebook Chat, then don’t hesitate to go offline. This can be done by clicking on the bottom right corner of the page and selecting the “Go Offline” button.
  3. If someone is continuously harassing you, sending you any messages that are mean, nasty, inappropriate and make you uneasy, you can remove them off your friend list – even better block them.
  4. Never add any friend requests and suggestions from anyone that you do not know, or by someone who you know is a stalker, harasser, bully and iffy. Remember some people can put false information and even a fake picture on. Be wary of who you add.
  5. Don’t display your year of birth. It slightly helps improve security settings and prevent identity theft.
  6. If you see any inappropriate images or comments then e-mail Facebook at abuse@Facebook.com.
  7. If your child is on Facebook and are under 13, monitor them weekly to see whats happening and make sure your child has all the safety equipment on.
Warnings
  • If someone you do not know talks to you, then do not respond and immediately block them. Show your parents, if you are younger than eighteen, and ask them what to do.
  • If you ever get a friend request from someone you don’t know then be sure to show an adult if younger than 18 and report that person to Facebook.