November 2016


If you've been using Windows 10 for more than a few days, it's time to reconnoiter. If you haven't yet learned about tweaking the Start Menu, searching, snapping, or creating new desktops, Mark Hachman at PC World can take you on a whirlwind tour. That's beginner's stuff. But what's lurking under the covers?

Here's a quick list of magical tips and tricks that I've found useful.

10 Magical Tips for Windows 10:

 1: Get the right version

Microsoft has steered the unwashed masses toward the Windows Technical Preview, plain-vanilla edition. That edition includes capabilities that you might normally associated with a "pro" version of Windows, including joining domains and group policy editor support.

If you're interested in more advanced Windows functions normally associated with an "enterprise" version of Windows, you should run Windows Technical Preview for Enterprise, which includes support for AppLocker, BranchCache, DirectAccess, and Windows to Go.

2: Update

Microsoft has promised rapid updates to Windows 10. So far, we've only seen one, KB 3001512, but (confusingly) its KB article says it also includes KB 3002675 -- and I can't find any information about the second patch.

You can rely on Automatic Update (turned on for all Technical Preview users) to eventually get the latest versions installed on your machine, but it wouldn't hurt to prod manually as the bug you're experiencing may already be solved. To run a manual update, click or tap Start --> PC Settings (on the left side of the Start Menu, remember?) --> Windows Update, then click or tap Check Now.

3: Download the Windows Technical Preview press kit

While it won't give you any particularly earth-shattering news (PDF), you might want to consider how well the Microsoft Party Line plays out in the real world. In this case, it does so surprisingly well, in my opinion.

4: Dive into Feedback

If you aren't yet giving Microsoft your opinions about every aspect of Windows 10, you're missing out on a huge opportunity. I can't recall Microsoft honestly asking real users for feedback on a Windows beta since, arguably, Windows 95. Here's your chance. Your contribution may be tiny or earth-shattering, but now's the time, and this is the place, to make your voice heard.

Click Start, then the Windows Feedback tile. Scroll on the left for the general category, then on the right for a specific item. Add your own feedback or -- more important -- give your "+1" to one of the hundreds of truly excellent proposals already up there.

Microsoft may ignore one-off feedback entries. They're going to stand up and take notice if the number of "me, too!" requests go into the hundreds, or thousands. Get off your butt and vote now!

5: Learn the new keyboard shortcuts

Yeah, I know, they're almost never worthwhile and a pain to memorize, but this time there are a couple of genuinely useful new keyboard shortcuts. Brandon LeBlanc has a preliminary list on Blogging Windows.

The ones I find useful:

  1. Win-Left (or Right) to snap a window, then Win-Up (or Down) to snap into quadrants.
  2. Win-Ctrl-D to create a new desktop.

The old Alt-Tab Windows XP-era "Coolswitch" still works, but it has a few new tricks, like switching among desktops.

6: Get used to Home, or change it

I don't like the fact that File Explorer now opens to a completely new made-up location called Home. If you don't already know, Home consists of pinnable Favorites, the most frequently used folders, and recently opened files. I liked Windows 8's opening to This PC (another made up location) better. I liked Windows 7's opening to Libraries best of all.

7: Move running programs between desktops

Here's a nifty tip from Windows guru Paul Thurrott's WinSupersite: You can move running programs from one desktop to another by bringing up the Task View (the icon two spots to the right of the Start button), right-click on the window for the program you want to move, and choose Move To --> the other desktop.

8: Reconcile yourself with keylogging

There's been a hue and cry online that Big Bad Microsoft is keylogging everything you do with Windows 10. Meh. Of course, Microsoft's logging everything you do. That's what the Customer Experience Improvement Program is all about. When you sign up to run Windows 10, you agree to all sorts of details I'd normally advise against -- Automatic Update and using Bing for desktop search being the primary culprits. CEIP is one of the creeps.

 9: Log in without a Microsoft account

With all that keylogging data headed to Microsoft's databases, you might want to try logging in without a Microsoft Account. While it may appear to be impossible to use a local account (which is to say, a user name that isn't a registered Microsoft Account, typically a or email address), in fact it's easy -- and the procedure is the same as it is in Windows 8/8.1.

You can add a new account in PC Settings (Start --> PC Settings --> Users and accounts --> Other users). If you're clever and know the trick when you first set up Windows 10, you can use the same approach. When the prompt comes up to enter a Microsoft Account, choose Create a New Account. Then at the bottom, click the link to Sign in without a Microsoft account (not recommended). Click Local Account -- Microsoft really wants you to link to a Microsoft account -- then fill in your Local account details and click Next, then Finish.

10: Learn how to sign out

Windows 8.1 gave you the option to easily lock your computer or sign out the current user. Click on the Power Off button on the Windows 10 Start menu, and you only have choices to Sleep, Shut down, or Restart.

Richard Hay at Windows Observer made an interesting discovery. He found that if you click on your username -- to the left of the power off button -- you have a Windows 8.1-style opportunity to lock or sign out of your machine.


In reality there is a middle ground in which one can succeed and prosper in the world of freelance blogging. The process of learning how to become a freelance writer hasn’t been easy for me, nor has it been especially hard. I believe that if you understand the basic principles of successful freelance writing and put them into action on a consistent basis, you will find success.

With that in mind, in this post I have collected what I consider the most important principles for successful freelance writers into fifteen actionable nuggets. If you absorb and apply the following principles then you will be giving yourself the best possible chance of succeeding as a freelance writer. One of the toughest work is how to find top freelancing site, so i will advise you to check these top 10 freelancing sites.

How To Become Freelancer Writer In 5 Days:

Stage: Prepare Yourself

Before you actually begin to look for freelance writing work you should make sure that you are set up for success; both in a psychological and technical sense. To put it simply, you need to be a good writer and you need to know that you are a good writer.

Believe in Yourself

The very first question you must ask yourself when learning how to become a freelance writer is simple yet vitally important: “Do I believe in myself?” I.e. do you believe that you are capable of becoming a successful freelance blogger?

If the answer is yes then you are ready to move on. If the answer is no then you need to consider what your lack of faith is based upon, because without belief you are likely to prevent yourself from succeeding.

The simple fact is this: if you want to succeed as a freelance blogger then you need to help yourself rather than hinder yourself. A lack of belief in your abilities will be all too obvious for prospective clients to see. If on the other hand you exude confidence, their perception of your abilities will be heightened.

Learn to Write

That’s right folks, if you want to be a successful freelance writer you should be a good writer. It should be blindingly obvious but I think there are lot of people out there who don’t fully appreciate the importance of honing their writing skills.

Becoming a better writer is just as important as learning to find prospective clients or negotiate rates effectively. It is perhaps the most powerful element in terms of influencing every area of your budding freelance writing business. If you’re a good writer, everything becomes simpler.

A lot of people will say that in order to become a good writer you should “just write.” I call bullshit on that. It’s like telling someone with a terrible golf swing to keep practicing that same golf swing — they’re just learning bad habits.

So I encourage you to study and learn the principles of effective writing, and more specifically, writing for the web. The good news is that effective online writing relies upon a set of straightforward rules underpinned by just one principle: keep it simple. If you put no more time into learning how to become a freelance writer then remember that.

Consider Your Expertise

One of the biggest perceived issues that faces freelance bloggers is their area of “expertise.” I get a lot of people emailing me with this problem — they desperately want to become a freelance writer but feel that they do not know enough about a specific topic to offer value.

The first thing I’d say is that everyone knows more about something than most. If I am stood in a room with all my friends I can point to each one and name at least one thing they know more about than me. Jim knows more about cars. Billy knows more about medicine. Kamran knows more about teaching. John knows more about law. Ali knows more about fund raising. Saira knows more about horses. Tommy knows more about marketing. I could go on but I’m sure you get the message.

Keep an Open Mind

Following on from my previous point, I would advise you to be open minded concerning which topics you’re happy to write about — especially when you’re just getting started. I’d advise you to snatch up anything you can find that pays a decent rate and/or offers good prospects in terms of exposure, etc.

One thing you’ll quickly discover is that you learn a huge amount about something when you write about it. That should be an obvious realisation to you but many do not fully appreciate it. If you can get your foot in the door in a certain market and start building up a reputation, you’ll soon find that your perceived value grows and you can soon move onto bigger opportunities. That is precisely what I did in the WordPress market, despite having barely any prior experience.

Stage 2: Find Work

When learning how to become a freelance writer, the idea of putting yourself out there and pitching prospective clients can be pretty terrifying. I remember it well myself, I submitted pitches to a number of prospects and felt utterly absurd in doing so. Who was I, a completely unqualified beginner blogger who nearly failed English at school, doing submitting pitches for freelance writing jobs?

Overcoming that psychological hurdle is one of the biggest steps you can take towards freelance writing success. Once you have the confidence to consistently submit pitches to prospective clients you can focus on the nuts and bolts of getting more work and building your business.

Go Looking for Jobs

Having said that, one common issues amongst startup freelance writers is that they simply don’t go looking for jobs. They somehow expect jobs to find them, or submit a handful of pitches and give up when they don’t get a response.

So let me make it clear, if you want to become a successful freelance writer then you’re going to have to hustle. To begin with, at least. You cannot expect people to come to you when you have no experience and no reputation. You’re going to have to get out there and demonstrate to people why you are worth their time and money.

To give you a sense of scale when I talk about finding jobs, consider my friend Ali Shah “Ten Before Ten” approach in which she made sure to contact ten prospects before 10am. Ten prospects every working day soon adds up and makes success all but inevitable.

Once you’ve located a prospective client your likelihood of landing the job comes down to just a couple of things — one of which is the quality of your pitch.

Put simply, your pitch plays a huge role in determining in whether you land a job. It’s not always the best writer that gets the role it can be the person who submits the best pitch. After all, clients aren’t just looking for writing skills they’re looking for someone who demonstrates an aptitude and enthusiasm for the role. They’re looking for someone who makes a good impression someone who sets themselves apart from the crowd. 

Get Some Great Samples

A lot of beginner freelance writers feel that they are hamstrung by a lack of quality samples, and they’re right. However, they don’t appreciate that it is possible to get your hands on good samples without getting paid work. The perceived catch-22 of getting quality samples when you can’t get work doesn’t actually exist.

The first thing I’ll say about samples is that you shouldn’t attach them as files to pitches. When it comes to online writing, prospective clients want to see that you’ve been publishing — if you’re sending them articles as Word docs then they’re going to wonder why no one has seen fit to publish you.

In terms of getting published you have three potential solutions:

  • Publish content on your own blog
  • Guest post on other blogs
  • Land an unpaid ongoing blogging role
  • The first is obviously the least effective (as anyone can publish content on their own blog), but it was enough for me to land my first role. I recommend that you target all three if you are truly keen on succeeding. The third option is especially effective in my opinion, as that position likely emulates the type of role that a quality client is looking for.

Create a Quality Writer’s Website

Even if you choose not to create your own blog to help build your freelance writing business, I consider having a website to be absolutely mandatory. After all, if you’re touting yourself as a freelance blogger you need to demonstrate at least a modicum of technical ability!

Your writer’s website should be the hub to which all prospective clients refer. It should be linked to from within your email signature so that they can visit it and see that you are not just a fly-by-night hoper. The site should be cleanly designed (I recommend one of the default WordPress themes such as Twenty Eleven or Twenty Twelve). Please refrain from the temptation to try anything fancy with the design unless you know what you are doing.

Get Good Testimonials

Aside from a short biography, contact information and example of work you’ve already had published, your website should feature a number of positive testimonials relating to your writing abilities and general professionalism. If you have not yet worked as a freelance writer then you may feel that getting hold of testimonials is impossible, but that is not the case.

The easiest way to get hold of testimonials when starting out is to ask your friends and any colleagues. Their testimonials do not necessarily need to relate directly to your writing ability but can refer to your professionalism, organization skills, reliability, etc. Throwing these in the mix can be an effective way of bulking out your testimonials and no prospective clients needs to know that the people that wrote them have a personal connection to you.

Create a Blog

This blog has been hugely influential in determining my success as a freelance blogger. Beyond my first two clients it has served as a consistent referral machine it is the reason why I haven’t had to go looking for freelance writing work in about eighteen months. As such, I urge any beginner freelance blogger to start their own blog.

The topic(s) you choose to cover isn’t necessarily that important for instance, the subject matter I cover here is rarely directly related to anything that I blog about for clients. Having said that, it certainly won’t do you any harm to blog within an area of interest that you would like to be paid to write about. The topic is up to you but the real benefit is in showcasing your technical writing ability and your ability to create a successful blog.
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Stage 3: Build Your Business

Consistently seeking out prospective clients is of course extremely important when starting out, without doing so you are unlikely to find those few jobs that can get you on your way. However, you should also have one eye on how your business is going to develop — the sooner you hone and perfect your approach, the better it is for your growth.

Learn to Negotiate

In submitting pitches your hope is of course that a prospective client will bite and offer you a job. If they do so then you may be required to state your rate. This is enough to paralyse any enthusiastic beginner freelance writer into inaction, I say that from personal experience.

However, setting and negotiating rates does not need to be an imposing concept that looms over you like a storm cloud. In reality, the application of a few simple concepts can give you the confidence to state a rate that has been calculated in a reasonable and sensible manner.

Learn to Write Fast

I’m not just talking about my typing speed (although that is hugely important), I am talking about the process of creating a blog post from that moment where you have a kernel of an idea through to when you have finished the post publishing promotion process.

If it is not clear then let me state it plainly: your ability to work quickly has a direct impact on your ability to make more money. A $10 articles make you $10 per hour if it takes you one hour or it makes you $5 per hour if it takes you two. That is the simple math.

Be a Solution

One of the key things you must understand about the working relationship you have with your clients is that you are there as a solution, not a problem. You are there to save them time and provide a quality solution with minimal hassle. If you are not delivering on all fronts then you are making yourself a problem.

Your writing ability is only one consideration, in reality, a client will want you to deliver a quality product, as promised, on time, and consistently. If you produce brilliant work but you’re consistently late or difficult to communicate with, the client is going to have a conflicted opinion of your value to them.

Write to the Client’s Standard

To follow on from my previous point, an error that many freelance writers make is to write to their own standards rather than their clients’. This is especially costly when starting out on jobs that pay modestly, nothing is more depressing than spending hours on a job that pays pennies.

The point to consider is this: if you’re being paid pennies then the client is probably expecting work of an equivalent value. Don’t give them your A game if they’re only paying you a bargain basement rate.

I must clarify something important: I am not saying that you should do shoddy work. But I am saying that you should work to a standard that reflects the value of your compensation. That will keep the client happy and will take you far less time. And most importantly, it was massively reduce the chances you feeling jaded by your over-exertion and giving up altogether.

Be More than Just a Writer

I have noticed an increasing trend amongst prospective clients, they want more than just writers. In fact, very few of the people I have worked with have simply wanted me to write and submit articles. Clients are more often than not looking for a bigger solution than that, they want the articles to be written, published and promoted. They want to make sure that their online marketing strategy is sound. They want their website to look good and convert well.

If you can build your business around the basis of offering a well-rounded service that incorporates more than just writing, you’ll find that the scope for the development is huge. This is not something that you should worry too much about when just getting started but it definitely is something to bear in mind for the future. Although your time is finite (which in turn limits your earning potential), a content marketing business that caters to a client’s every need is scalable and could represent the next level for your business.

Final Words:

I have Mentioned Principles which you have to follow if you want to become freelancer writer in 5 days. I suggest you to follow all principles mentioned above. If you have any concern, ask me by making a comment below.


Did I hear you say Google hate Blogger Label (categories in Wordpress) and regard labels as spam? Well, that might be true but invariably, Blogger Labels surely impacted search engine optimization SEO when properly optimized.

Blogger labels are important SEO feature especially when optimized because they act as a tag signal to both readers and the search engines spiders and robots.You may have heard that Labels are for readers and not for search engines, that’s the myth behind the Blogger labels and SEO. So, in my opinion, Blogger labels affect SEO and that’s why you need optimizing blogger labels for better SEO

For instant, deploying wrong labels, categories or tags to represent your segmented niche market and for all content marketing will not only hinder user experience, but search engines optimization since labels are keywords that are used to filter and streamlined content.

Make SEO Better By Optimizing Labels In blogger.

Hence search spider now see and determine tags, you should optimize your blog label into tags, to crawling and indexing in search engines for better blog search engine optimization. The following process should guide you:

  • Login to your Blogger or Blogsopt dashboard.
  • Click on Template >>Edit HTML.
  • Edit Html will open Template Editor containing numerous HTML Codes. Place your cursor inside the code and press CTRL + F for a search box to open.
  • In the opened search box, enter the follow code to search by hitting Enter key.

<a expr: href='data.label.url'

  • When you find the above code, simply replace it the below code.

<a expr: href='data.label.url' rel='tag'

  • Now, click on Save Template.

At this time, your Blogger label has been fully optimized. Should in case you find the rel='tag' while searching for the code, it means your blogger labels have already been optimized, so you should discard the change, or otherwise, you should ensure you optimized your blogger labels into tags, for crawling and indexing, and easy blending of content for search engine.

Why optimizing Blogger Label for better SEO?

You are optimizing blogger labels for escaping Google Pander punishment because, search engines spider and bot regard labels as spam. By default, search engine spider crawl and index every page and links including labels. But it becomes confusing and then regarded as spam by robots to access a single label with multiple urls like Archive, Label and post url.

For improving search engines and avoiding confusing search robots, you have to optimize blogger labels for improving search engines optimization. This is simply done by change label to tag. Reason because search robot has gone advanced, and can now determine the tag and the actual url.


Windows is one of the easiest and most famous operating system nowadays but many users are facing some problems run.vbs is one of them. This problem happens when windows don't find a useful script which causes a problem that windows explorer won't open that's why when you logon you see a message window and black background.

When you logon to your computer, the error "Can not find script file C:\WINDOWS\run.vbs" with Windows Script Host in the title is shown, in a blank screen with black background. This happens if a malware has modified the Userinit registry value, replacing the Windows default value data with a Vbscript filename.

Important #1: This post just explains how to fix the Userinit value and thereby helps you get access to your user profile. Whereas the malware which caused the problem in the first place might still be active and lurking around in the system. And in this case, the problem seems to have been caused by a complex malware that adds core components to the system making the removal process difficult. So, it’s highly advisable to get your system professionally checked for malware and eliminating them completely.

Fixing the Userinit Value

Note: If Task Manager doesn’t open due to DisableTaskMgr Policy enabled by the Malware, carry out the following procedure via Recovery Environment. 

After typing the logon credentials, system may stall at Preparing to login screen. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL, and click Task Manager. When the above error message dialog is visible, dismiss the dialog and switch to the Task Manager window. The file referenced in the Userinit registry value is run even before the user interface loads. To start the Explorer shell, switch to the Task Manager window, click File, and select Run new task. Type explorer.exe and press ENTER.

Start Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) and go to:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

Double-click Userinit value and change the value data from:

wscript C:\WINDOWS\run.vbs,

to the following: [Caution: Take special care when entering. You need to remove wscript part.]


Important #2: If Windows is installed in a different drive than C:\, type the actual drive-letter and path. Also, include the trailing comma (,) as shown above. Take extreme care when typing the Userinit value, as typing a incorrect file name or path will prevent you from logging on to any user account. I’m not responsible if you type a wrong path and lock your self  out of your user account.


Exit the Registry Editor.

Logoff and login back so that the Userinit.exe loads correctly and does the initialization or preliminary jobs like running logon scripts etc.

This fixes the run.vbs logon error message. Although the Vbscript file run.vbs may have been deleted by your anti-virus software, it’s still advisable to run a thorough scan. 

Many of us have heard of “firewalls” in terms of hardware or software, and how they protect an asset like a network or a computer from external attack. Well, a web application isn’t exempt from the list of “assets” that one may need to protect when working (or playing) on the Internet.

Essentially, what a WordPress firewall will do is protect the WordPress installation (and in most cases all added files) from 3rd party attack. The software will filter any commands before reaching any executable script in order to ensure integrity. Mostly this involves adding commands to the .htaccess file which is processed before any scripts (including PHP scripts).

There are plugins available that allow you to decide on the various layers of protection that you desire. This is done through a graphical interface in the WordPress dashboard making it so you do not need to understand any complex commands. You simply make your changes using an interface most WordPress users are familiar with and the software will “write” the commands for you.

Basic Firewall Protection:

At a minimum you should enable the basic file protection with this plugin. This will deny access of scripts modifying the .htaccess and wp-config.php files, will disable the server signature thus preventing display of version information, and also limit file uploads to 10MB.
Separately you can enable pingback protection which disables access to the xmlrpc.php file. Of course, only do this if you are not leveraging the WP XML-RPC functionality already. This, among other things may give you protection against some forms of Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.

Additional Firewall Protection:

This section has some intermediate and advanced firewall settings that can be employed.
It’s a really good idea to do a backup of the .htaccess file before activating any of these features as they can potentially break functionality of other plugins. A lot of times those plugins will have a section in their FAQ to indicate that possibility. This security/firewall plugin makes is simple to backup the .htaccess file so it’s worth performing those couple of clicks to make it happen.

  • Disable Index Views: A lot of times when a directory (or folder) is viewed on a web site, a list of the files present in that folder can be seen publicly if there isn’t an “index” file in there. WordPress mostly handles this elegantly, but for the situations where it doesn’t, this setting will pick up the slack.

  • Trace and Track: Disabling trace and track can limit the ability for hackers to use Cross-site Scripting (XSS) which sometimes gives them the ability to steal legitimate users’ credentials or cookie information. While many web browsers help prevent basic techniques for Cross-Site Tracing (XST), there are more advanced methods that the browser can’t currently prevent.

  • Proxy Comment Posting: This feature can limit comment spam by stopping the ability for proxy servers to post comments on the WordPress site.

  • Bad Query Strings: Enabling this firewall feature can help prevent attacks that exploit cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can allow hackers to steal data, run malicious code, take control of user sessions, among other things. Enabling this can also interfere with legitimate requests therefore it is wise to backup the .htaccess file and test the functionality of the web site after applying.


If you’re already running a blog or a website, or considering starting one, you’re on the right track. A popular site can be an exceptionally profitable venture—the most successful bloggers make seven-figure incomes.

How can a blog be so lucrative? Because the world lives online—more than 3 billion people around the world use the Internet. There’s a smartphone in virtually every pocket according to some sources, by 2020 more than 70% of the world’s population will have one. And people are yearning to be informed, to be entertained, to be amazed. To help reach new customers, successful businesses want to partner with successful publishers. That’s where you come in.

Why Infolinks is best alternate of Adsense?

Here are some feature's of Infolinks which make it best alternate of adsense.

1. Get traffic, get paid

You need to attract lots of people to your site to generate real revenue. If you’ve run a site in the past, then you know it takes careful planning to create a loyal following and build up your page views.

Creating great content that people love is the best way to generate interest and excitement about your site. You can create a dedicated following by focusing on a niche.

Pick something that you’re passionate about or have a unique expertise in. Start thinking about what you want to communicate, about what you can do to inform, educate, or entertain your soon-to-be-created following. The first step toward getting paid for running an online site is discovering what you want the world to know.

Once you do, advertising platforms like Infolinks can turn traffic into a consistent revenue stream for your site.

While other advertising solutions are out there, Infolinks is dedicated to publishers with passion and dedication, who aren’t getting the support they need from their advertising partner. Infolinks is different for so many reasons.

2. Get Infolinks

Paying cash to more than 150,000 publishers in over 130 countries, Infolinks offers advanced native ads, making it the only must-have monetization solution for every blogger and online publisher.

  • Infolinks provides effective native advertising in real-time.
  • Intent-based: Smart ads that surface based on user intent
  • Real-time: Delivering relevant ads in milliseconds
  • High-performing: Our ads improve engagement and increase performance
  • It’s easy to sign up for Infolinks: Just enter your website address, add a snippet of code to your site, and get paid.

Unlike other advertising platforms, Infolinks is open to any online publisher big or small with no setup fees, no minimum page view or visitor requirements, and no hidden commitments.

Here’s what you need to do to get started:
Sign up 
Paste the Infolinks code into your site‘s HTML
Get paid
That’s it. It just takes three steps to start monetizing your content now.

3. Get the right ads

You can build the most amazing site full of compelling content, but if your site isn’t creating a positive revenue flow for you, than you’re probably not achieving your goals.

When it comes to showing relevant ads that your readers and site visitors want to click on, Infolinks offers everything your site needs. A full range of ad formats and keyword options, as an Infolinks publisher you’ll benefit from giving your site visitors useful links.

So your readers get relevant ads with the right content, Infolinks offers a range of native ads, including:
InFold: Using the power of search and display to deliver ads at scale across the web
InScreen: An interstitial ad delivering relevant content between page views
InText: Matching ads to your most valuable keywords, in milliseconds
InTag: Featuring the most-valuable ads based on the context of a page
InFrame: Optimized for widescreens on unused real estate
To see Infolinks ads in action, watch this informative video now.

4. Get a referral bonus

More money is always a nice incentive. And Infolinks wants to pay you for referring new publishers.

To give you even more incentive to get your blogging buddies involved, Infolinks now offers a new publisher referral program. Ask around among your peers. When you refer a new publisher to Infolinks, you’ll earn 10% bonus based on your referral’s 12-month revenue.

5. Get more insights

There’s always more to discover and learn. And if you’re ambitious about creating a successful site, then you’re bound to be eager to learn more about how to get even more out of it. The Infolinks blog can help.

On the Infolinks blog, you can find in-depth articles all about mastering content curation, how to make sure your site is secure, how to pitch your brand on social media and how Infolinks empowered female bloggers. It’s all free of charge and available to Infolinks publishers.

6. Get social

One of the most impressive things about Infolinks is the community that’s grown up around it. For tried-and-true answers to any questions, Infolinks has an active following of enthusiastic, helpful bloggers and site owners looking to help each other.


If you are here then you already know how important it is to create an Ebook.

Ebooks are great! they give you a change to create a brand name and provide huge benefits in long term for any blogger but the problem with most bloggers is that they find it hard to write an ebook because they think its going to take lot of time.

Today I will teach you how you can create your Ebook fast in just under 30 minutes for your blog which will bring in huge income for your blog and guess what you don’t have to sell this ebook , you can give it away at no cost and yet make lots of money.

Step 1. 

Compile all your blog posts , make sure to choose the best content from your blog and another thing you want to make sure is that all your content is relevant to your ebook title. If I am promoting ways to earn to Amazon then I don’t want to put articles like “how to do affiliate marketing”. The more relevant your article will be the more your readers will engage and try to finish reading your ebook.
You don’t want to bore your readers by making your ebook lengthy so try to choose between 5-7 epic content post and note down the urls in notepad or somewhere.
Simple isn’t it?

Step 2

Go to and download their  free software , its just like Microsoft office but not very advance yet its great for creating ebooks.
Now you have downloaded installed the software , open it and create a beautiful cover page including your blog logo , ebook picture and title.
On the next page , paste all the link which you have saved in notepad and do some formatting , Arial size 12 is good readable font setting for an Ebook. Make sure to add copyright footer text on all the pages.

What I love about openoffice is that your hyperlinks stay in contact when you save it as pdf , this is exactly how I made so much money. I recommended products like hosting , wordpress list building tools and created hyperlinks in the text. Additionally I added a resource page at the end of my ebook with all the tools that are needed to start an amazon site.
Now do a final check of your ebook , make sure all content is fine and is in order.
Now go to file > export as pdf.

Final Step

Great your Ebook is ready! How easy was it?
Now its time to design a kicka$$ cover page for your ebook , remember that people are going to download your ebook only on based on the cover page so you have to make it as compelling as you can. 5 ways how your can achieve this is by creating a:

  • Title that should be Loud and Clear
  • Ebook size on your blog page should not be small or too big.
  • Use colors that meet your blog theme.
  • Tag Line
  • Author name


If you’ve been ignoring Pinterest until now, here are a few stats to get you thinking.

  1. Pinterest has more than 75 million registered users.
  2. It ranks third, after Facebook and Twitter, in terms of generating daily referral traffic.
  3. Almost 80% of its users are women.
  4. Buyers referred from Pinterest are 10% more likely to buy your products.
  5. Buyers are increasingly using Pinterest to find relevant products.
  6. In short, Pinterest can play a huge role in your social commerce strategy. Not only can it send you thousands of qualified sales leads, it can also help you build a strong brand image.

How To Boost E-comerce marketing with Pinterest?

Although it has great e-commerce potential, Pinterest is still primarily a social network. So to find success, you need to reach out to your potential customers and people who might be interested in your products. The primary benefits you can get out of Pinterest are:

  • Engaging with your target audience and potential customers.
  • Increase visibility of your products.
  • Use the Pinterest audience to build your e-commerce business.
  • Get direct feedback from customers on products.
  • Improve your referral traffic.

Don’t expect direct sales though. Pinterest will work as an advocate for your products and send you referral traffic. But you cannot make direct sales on it.

Encourage Pinning on Your Website

Before promoting your products on Pinterest, create a strong case for it on your ecommerce website. This includes adding the “Pin” button on all your product pages and encouraging your website visitors to follow you on Pinterest. You can use social media sharing widgets like AddThis or DiggDigg to add the relevant social sharing buttons. You can also route members to your Pinterest page by announcing different competitions and special offers for Pinterest users on your website.

Create a Pinterest Business Page

If you’re serious about using Pinterest to market your products then instead of using a Pinterest personal profile, create a Pinterest Business page. Pinterest Business profiles are specially designed for organizations who wish to engage with their customers. To get a verified Pinterest Business page, you just need to confirm your website address. This will add further credibility to your profile and also make you eligible for additional features that individual profiles don’t have.

Enable Rich Pins Greater For Engagement

Research indicates that Pins that include a price tag attract 30% more Likes on Pinterest. There are two ways of adding a price tag to your Pins. You can either add the price in the product description or you could enable Rich Pins. Similar to Twitter cards, Rich Pins is a great feature for e-commerce websites. It automatically picks up the price and stock details from your product page and displays it with your Pinterest posts. 

Attract and Engage Your Followers

To be successful on any social network, you need to attract followers and then keep them engaged. To attract followers on Pinterest, shortlist other more active Pinterest accounts that are pinning about similar products. Proactively engage with the followers of those accounts by responding to their comments and answering any questions that they have left on different images. Also, whenever someone RePins or Likes your images, send them a thank you message. These small things gradually increase your followers. You can also run special contests on Pinterest and ask your website visitors to participate.

Organize Your Boards and Pins

To make it easy for your followers to explore different products, organize your images in different boards. Again, instead of focusing only on your products, create a combination of original and curated boards. Create separate boards for every product category and add pictures from your website. Then create boards containing pictures that show different usages of your products in real life. Or you can create boards that contain different statistics and facts about your products. The possibilities are endless. Just make sure your profile is well organized and easy to explore.

Use High Quality and Large Images

Pinterest is a visual social network. People click only on high quality images. Make sure all your product images and Pins are of the highest quality. Research also shows that taller and larger images get much more engagement as compared to smaller images. In general, images that are 738 pixels wide and 1128 pixels high appear the best.

Use Pinterest for SEO

Over time, Pinterest has proved to be a great source of referral traffic for websites because of its SEO strength. To get the maximum benefit from it, use descriptive names for your images and add descriptions with every Pin, along with the product URLs. Use the keywords that best describe your products. But avoid keyword stuffing. Using too many keywords can put people off, and reduce the engagement on your Pins. Create natural descriptions and image names with keywords where necessary.

Curate Content Intelligently

For a successful Pinterest strategy, you need to be an active content curator. Don’t just share your own product pictures. Rather, Pin images from other users with similar interests. But you need to do this intelligently. Instead of pinning images from your competitors, pin images of products or things that complement your products. For example, if you’re selling sports equipment, apparel and gear, you can pin pictures of different sports personalities, or international matches being played in different countries.

Monitor Performance With Analytics

To monitor your progress on Pinterest and see which posts are getting the highest exposure, you can use the built-in Pinterest analytics. These statistics are only available to Pinterest Business users, so you’ll need to sign up for a business page. Analytics will show you the Pins with the highest reach, exposure, comments and likes. Plus, you’ll also get details about the demographic and geographic details of your followers.

Add Clear Calls To Action

Research shows that Pins that have clear calls to action in their description or image content, drive almost 80% more engagement. Since your primary objective with Pinterest is to drive traffic to your e-commerce website, you should always include clear calls to action in the image description. A call to action is a sign or statement asking the user to take a specific action. For example, “Click Here”, Download Now”, “Register Now” etc. To make it more compelling, use questions or statements that require a response from the user. Combine this with different calls to action to get the most out of your Pins.

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