The Universe and the cyber space.

I intend to write about the books that move me further in my spiritual journey, websites in any field that impress me, and everything that is do with blogging.

Get paid to write.

Are you tired of internet scams?
Lost enough in HYIPs and Autosurfs?
Don’t worry. All is not lost. If one door is closed, another door is opened. This is how the Universe functions.

If you have flair for writing and believe that you have a skill for writing, then wake up. Your services are needed by so many websites who will pay for your articles.

Whats the catch?
Absolutely nothing. If your writing is accepted by those who are willing to buy, then you are paid. No catches really.

How much will I get paid?
You set the price mate. If you are confident that your effort is worth the price you are asking for, then go ahead cheerfully.

But I do not know what to write!
Come on friend, you can’t be serious! You can write about almost anything as long as you are within the limitations imposed by the website owner.

Tips:
Write about a subject which you are comfortable with.
You should be passionate about your writing.
Don’t be sad by rejections. Keep persisting. You will succeed.
You can write about world news, or an event that occurred in your city.

Ok, show me the road.
Good! Click me.

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June 24, 2006 Posted by | Freelance Writing | 3 Comments

An excellent tool to find the highest paying keywords.

Are you using only the overture bid tool to find the highest paying keywords?

I stumbled onto this great website which offers a free tool.
http://www.technobloggie.com/keyword-tool/index.php

I put in a keyword ‘VOIP’.
Look at the search results below.

Details for: VOIP
Max Bid: $4.14

Estimated Daily Search Volume: 225625

Estimated Monthly Search Volume: 6768760

Estimated Daily Clicks: 3384.38 (This is for the top AdWords Position)

Market Value: $420340.00 (This is how much the top AdWords Position would pay for all the monthly clicks for this keyword)

AdSense Effective CPM: $124.15 (Assumes a 60% revenue share from adSense, and a 5% CTR on ad units)

Number of AdWords Ads: 385

They display a Trend Graph for VOIP.
Since I did not know to put that graph here, I tender my apologies.

Number of Search Results
Google 192,000,000
Yahoo! 75,100,000
MSN 3,601,147

I saw a big table with these headers:
Adwords Title Adwords Line 1 Adwords Line 2 Adwords Display URL Adwords Destination URL

This table throws a lot of useful information, which you can use if you are an adwords campaigner.

It does not end here.
They list of potential adsense Ads for: VOIP

Some more tools you can find in their website.

NEW: Whois Domain Finder: This new tools find available keyword rich domain names from your keyword lists.

AdSense Preview Tool: This latest tool for you to play with. Just plug in a URL to see the adSense ads that will be served up.

HOT: Google Search Count Tool: Not exactly for blogging, but this new tool will give you a very good estimate of how many searches a keyword gets on google every month. ( Add to Google Toolbar)

Syndicated – An Article Syndication System for everyone.

RSS password protection: Simple demo showing how to password protect a rss feed.

Trackback Ping Tool: This will let you easily create trackback pings to other blogs with trackback enabled. Especially useful for users of blogger

Yahoo Ping: A quick way to ping yahoo when your blog is updated

If you find this blog post useful, please share with your contacts.

Acknowledgements with thanks to: http://technobloggie.com

June 11, 2006 Posted by | AdSense | Leave a comment

Great utility tool for students.

Google Notebook:

You are browsing a website in your chosen topic. And you intend to visit more websites in the same topic in order to collect data for a project.
I have seen this being done very often by students. My son is my first example.

So what he does? He will highlight a paragraph of info from a web site, copy it in word,
hop onto the next site and so on. In this process he usually forget to copy the url from which he extracted the data.

The added disadvantage in this process is the burden of carrying the data saved, in a portable device.

Google’s latest offer Google Notebook is a God sent service to students.

Google Notebook enables you to save text and images from web sites into an online notebook.

After saving it in the online notebook, you can add a few memos before saving it.
You can share it with the public.

This free service can be easily installed in your browser as an ‘add on’ tool.
Go to http://google.com/notebook to learn more about this service.

June 2, 2006 Posted by | Web traffic | Leave a comment