Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Following 10 Tips & Trik Google Adsense for beginner:

. Wednesday, September 24, 2008

  1. If you not yet apply Google Adsense or often refused apply in adsense, could probably start by making Blog in English.Update at least 1 - 2 week, after that then apply GA. This step success possibility 90% with note your site is not illegal site (hacker, porn, download crack) always update your site.
  2. Better your site madi in English. If you want to make in Bahasa wait until at least 1 year.
  3. Don't ever cheat to google, because it will impact your account will be disable. Read TOS carefully to make your account save.
  4. To improve traffic your site in free of chargely can use the way below: - List in all situs in search engine such as google, yahoo, msn ect. Do it every week to make your site in the top position.- Barter link / banner with another site or blog. - Send e-mail to yg recognize or mention signature in your e-mail - Wear signature situs you is when posting in forum - Mailing list sometime can assist ( don't spam also),- Update your site and make more attractive and informatif, possibly so that draw the enthusiasm to visit your site.
  5. Other way you must pay for install banner in another site to add traffic to your site.
  6. You don't do spam anywhere do utk promotion site.
  7. You can affiliate with clickbank, amazon or another to improve production of your site. Position location of correct advertisement, appearance situs and the news often di-update also able to make separate advantage make you.
  8. Better situs you have the suffix .com .net because if merely blogspot from Google will plenty rivals in this time and seldom enter ranking top ten except you find the words yg unique for that or situs you very informative and news yg given situs you is be of benefit to many people. Even so that way butuh old time utk can in position to the except you advertise situs you.
  9. Write your idea in your blog, decrease your hobby to take another article. Add more article from your self related to content of site.
  10. Last matter yg most important is " don't have surendered" as everybody and I also start from zero. Everything always is his start. Learn, learn and learn is main key if will successful in this area and I also still do it today

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Sunday, September 21, 2008

How to Buy a Digital Camera

. Sunday, September 21, 2008

1. Determine what you need

A mistake I see some digital camera buyers making is that they get sucked into buying cameras that are beyond what they really need. Some questions to ask yourself before you go shopping:

  • What do you need the camera for?
  • What type of photography will you be doing? (portraits, landscapes, macro, sports)
  • What conditions will you be largely photographing in? (indoors, outdoors, low light, bright light)
  • Will you largely stay in auto mode or do you want to learn the art of photography?
  • What experience level do you have with cameras?
  • What type of features are you looking for? (long zoom, image stabilization, large LCD display etc)
  • How important is size and portability to you?
  • What is your budget?

Ask yourself these questions before you go to buy a camera and you’ll be in a much better position to make a decision when you see what’s on offer. You’ll probably find the sales person asks you this question anyway - so to have thought about it before hand will help them help you get the right digital camera.

2. Megapixels are NOT everything

One of the features that you’ll see used to sell digital cameras is how many megapixels a digital camera has.

When I first got into digital photography, a few years back, the megapixel rating of cameras was actually quite important as most cameras were at the lower end of today’s modern day range and even a 1 megapixel increase was significant.

These days, with most new cameras coming out with at least 5 megapixels, it isn’t so crucial. In fact at the upper end of the range it can actually be a disadvantage to have images that are so large that they take up enormous amounts of space on memory cards and computers.

One of the main questions to ask when it comes to megapixels is ‘Will you be printing shots’? If so - how large will you be going with them? If you’re only printing images at a normal size then anything over 4 or so megapixels will be fine. If you’re going to start blowing your images up you might want to pay the extra money for something at the upper end of what’s on offer today.

3. Keep in mind the ‘extras’

Keep in mind as you look at cameras that the price quoted may not be the final outlay that you need to make as there are a variety of other extras that you might want (or need) to fork out for including:

  • Camera Case
  • Memory Cards
  • Spare Batteries/Recharger
  • Lenses (if you are getting a DSLR)
  • Filters (and other lens attachments)
  • Tripods/Monopods
  • External Flashes
  • Reflectors

Some retailers will bundle such extras with cameras or will at least give a discount when buying more than one item at once. Keep in mind though that what they offer in bundles might not meet you needs. For example it’s common to get a 16 or 32 megabyte memory card with cameras - however these days you’ll probably want something at least of 500 megabytes (if not a gigabyte or two).

4. Do you already own any potentially compatible gear?

Talking of extra gear - one way to save yourself some cash is if you have accessories from previous digital cameras that are compatible with your new one.

For example memory cards, batteries, lenses (remember that many film camera lenses are actually compatible with digital SLRs from the same manufacturers), flashes, filters etc.

5. DSLR or Point and Shoot?

While digital SLRs are getting more affordable they are not for everyone. Keep in mind that they are usually bigger, heavier, harder to keep clean (if you’re changing lenses) and can be more complicated to operate than point and shoot. Of course there are some upsides also.

6. Optical Zooms are King

Not all ‘zooms’ are created equal.

When you’re looking at different models of digital cameras you’ll often hear their zooms talked about in two ways. Firstly there’s the ‘optical zoom’ and then there’s the ‘digital zoom’.

I would highly recommend that you only take into consideration the ‘optical zoom’ when making a decision about which camera to buy. Digital zooms simply enlarge the pixels in your shot which does make your subject look bigger, but it also makes it look more pixelated and your picture ‘noisier’ (like when you go up close to your TV).

If you’re looking for a zoom lens make sure it’s an optical zoom (most modern cameras have them of at least 3x in length - ie they’ll make your subject three times as big - with an increasing array of ’super zooms’ coming onto the market at up to 12x Optical Zoom).

7. Read reviews

Before buying a digital camera take the time to do a little research. Don’t JUST rely upon the advice of the helpful sales person (who may or may not know anything about cameras and who may or may not have sales incentives for the camera they are recommending).

Read some reviews in digital camera magazines or online to help you narrow down the field. There are some great websites around that give expert and user reviews on virtually every camera on the market - use this wonderful and free resource.

8. Hands On Experience

Once you’ve narrowed down your search to a handful of cameras head into your local digital camera shop and ask to see and play with them. There’s nothing like having the camera in your hands to work out whether it suits your needs.

When I shop for a camera I generally use the web to find reviews, then I head into a street in my city with 4 camera shops side by side and I go from shop to shop asking for recommendations and seeing the cameras live in the flash. In doing this I generally find the same camera or two are recommended in most shops and I get to see them demonstrated by different people (this gives a more well rounded demo). I also get to play with it and get a feel for which one I could see myself using.

9. Negotiate

After you’ve selected the right digital camera for you it’s time to find the best price.

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Remote Blog or Self Hosted Blog?


So you’ve decided to blog, but aren’t sure whether you should host the blog yourself or sign up for a free service like It’s a dilemma that many bloggers face. There are pros and cons to both, which makes the decision difficult for many. Neither is perfect, and neither is for everyone. Fortunately, you should be able to make the best decision for you if you are armed with adequate knowledge of both. In this newsletter, we’ll go over services like and others, plus software that allows you to host your own blog. We’ll also go over the pros and cons of each. After reading this, you will know which is best for you.

Who offers free blog hosting?

Many sites offer free blog hosting. Among them are Forumer, Blogger, BlogEasy, Aeonity, BlogThing and Blogates. A quick search for “free blog” on Google reveals many possibilities.

What software can I use to host my own blog?

Like free blog hosting, there are many possibilities for software that makes hosting your own blog easy. Most of them are free to use. These include:

WordPress (the most popular software)
Apache Roller

There is also blog software which you can purchase for use on your site. These include:

Community Server
Movable Type
Radio UserLand

One negative about using software and hosting your own blog is that the process can often times be complicated. You have to download the software and install it to your server, which doesn’t always go easily. It’s particularly hard for those who don’t have a lot of experience installing things on servers.

Why should I remotely host my blog at a place like Blogger?

Places like Blogger allow you to host your blog there. It’s a good option for many people.

The Pros

  • It’s easy to set up and maintain a blog. You don’t have to go through the trouble of installing software and configuring it to work on your server. All you have to do is sign up for an account and start posting.
  • It’s friendly for beginning bloggers. Sites that host blogs offer good tutorials on how to make your blog postings, so that even someone who is completely new to the concept of blogging can do it easily.
  • Most blog hosting sites are completely free to use. There is no need to pay for things like a domain name and hosting.
  • Monetizing your blog is easy. Rather than having to manually put HTML/Javascript codes on your blog to manually set up things like AdSense and Pay Per Click advertising, you can select an option on most blog hosting sites that does much of the work for you.

The Cons

  • You don’t have as many options to customize your blog. Remotely hosted blogs are admittedly somewhat limited in terms of what you can actually do on them. You have to stick with what is provided to you in terms of look and features.
  • The URL you get is always You don’t get to have a custom domain name like This can possibly hurt traffic to your blog.
  • Blogs hosted on free blog sites don’t look as professional as self hosted blogs.

Why should I self-host my blog?

The Pros

  • You have more options and more flexibility. You are able to tweak the blog to your liking.
  • Your URL is your address for your blog. Rather than having go to where your blog is hosted to read it, they can read it right from your site.
  • The ability to make your blog look professional. Blogs that are hosted on sites of their own tend to look a lot better than those hosted on free sites.
  • More space for your blog. Free blog sites usually place a restriction on how much space you have for things like photos and music. By hosting your own blog, you are able to use as much space as you need.

The Cons

  • There are sometimes problems with setting up blog software to run on your site and server. If you aren’t experienced when it comes to working with mySQL, the process will be hard.
  • Updates aren’t as easy to post.
  • You have to manually set up programs to monetize your blog. However, if you are good with HTML/Javascript, this shouldn’t be too hard.
  • You have to pay for your own hosting and domain

As you can see, there are pros and cons to both. Which should you choose? Well, it depends on who you are and what you intend to use your blog for. If you intend to use it for business, then a self-hosted blog is the best idea. If it’s a personal blog, then a free hosted blog will probably be fine for you.

Closely examine all of the pros and cons mentioned above. That way, you’ll be able to make the best decision for you!

by: Len Hutton

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Saturday, September 20, 2008

9 Hot Internet Bussiness

. Saturday, September 20, 2008

Some has be in the internet and want to earn some living but for some reasons they can do it.It this write up i will show you the internet bussiness that have make me and others internet jobs seekers.Now i will show you the internet bussiness you can start off today if you're very seriuos.
The following is the 9 Hot Internet bussiness that is making many millionaires:

  1. Online surveys: This is the most hottest i like soo much,because is the one that make me my first internet dollars.You can start off today is very lucrative,and it's works in a simple way to make you rich.
  2. Blogging: Now you can just get this by going over to and sign up for free.This service is free and therefore if you're despirate in making money online you get there and start blogging.After doing this you can start be writing what can draw people interest and then approach big companies to start placing thier ads there alternative you can go to some affiliate program and then sign up for them it's free and start placing thier banners there.
  3. Information Vending: You can start it's simple and free if you're serious you will be generating dollars this week,you can start putting what you know together or source it uot people will be glad to pay you for your information or start promoting it by walking over to
  4. Forex Trading: This as been dominating the investment sector in the internet.You can do this from anywhere in the world it's simple just learn it expert and see you making over 100 per cent of your investment on a daily basis.
  5. Articles Writing Jobs: You can start this too is very simple and it's has been generating people money overnight is therefore simple.
  6. Creating And Selling Websites: This has been becoming boomimg in the world of internet you can begin by learning how to create websites and approach peoples that need websites through freelance sites.
  7. Creating Internet Related Videos: You can start this by getting your self the software and then start by offering people what you know on a videos and they gladly pay you for you to teach them what they don't know through offering them simple step by step.
  8. High Yielding Investment Program: this is very simple and you can start today by just investing minimum of $10 and you should expecting to see 5 per cent daily simple.
  9. Placing Ads On Your Articles: you can do this by going to some articles sites and write quality articles and then place google ads on it you can do this by going to some artciles that offer 50 per cent revenue sharing on your articles.

Do this and make your self first internet dollars.

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Thursday, September 18, 2008

Treatment for your Camera

. Thursday, September 18, 2008

Following is some tips for the treatment your camera:
  1. Place the camera at room closed in bag can assist downhillly of intensity and amount entry of dirt, dirt and piece of fur able to enter or patch at camera unit. Require to extra bewaring of when photo at dusty environment and sand ( coast).
  2. Use the appliance treatment of correct and correct camera. Avoid the usage tissue ordinary, kaos clothes, alcohol and other materials which is not majored for the treatment of camera. ( please check our goods item 'tools to take care of the camera’)
  3. Clean the camera and lens regularly, specially after used air-gap or after hunting. Keep the camera in bag and sandwich silica gel at bag space to assist to take care of bag of mushroom.
  4. Use filter correct and according to for camera, some very sensitive cameras to light ultraviolet from the sun.
  5. If there are quite a lot camera accessorieses, hence better be placed in 1 bag concurrently to facilitate observation of your darling camera.
  6. Don'T bring the camera SLR with flash patching if doing the journey far because ‘ shoe base’ flash or ‘ flash rail’ of gristle to damage.
  7. Kill the camera manually generally better than dead camera automatically, because lengthening the battery.
  8. Discharge battery of camera if is not being used when old ones.
  9. Clean your hand from dirt before strarting the photo.
  10. If camera hit by the water, soon clean and dry circumspect. Canly use hairdryer with heat sufficiently to dry camera of water.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Improve the Computer Performance

. Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Improve the computer performance Frequently computer which have in using during old ones and in install many programs will experience of degradation of performance. There are some the matters can be done to improve again your computer performance.
  1. Upgrade the computer memory. Addition or replacement of computer memory with larger ones capacities will give the big impact for improvement of computer performance.
  2. Clean computer of files which have ever been unused and old. This matter to improve the spaces amount harddisk the emptyness. Harddisk which is full also cause the computer become tardyly.
  3. Scan computer with anti virus. Existence of virus don't only causing the computer become tardyly, but also endanger the files in the computer.
  4. Defrag harddisk to re-arrange the files structure in harddisk.
  5. Always do four step above at lease once a month.

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Internet And Business Online


The best role of business online is that of interdependency. We’ve all heard the old saying, “No man is an island.” When it comes to online business this is especially true.

If a business owner who takes their business into the online world determines they will be self reliant and never accept the help of anyone then that individual will not be in business long enough to change their minds.

It is accepted fact that the greatest tool for long-term exposure to your website is through Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Without it potential customers can’t find you. It is unreasonable to expect that you can adequately develop a website without optimizing your website for the best possible search engine ranking.

Search engines also place a high value on sites that have links placed on existing sites. These ‘backlinks’ demonstrate to search engines that others trust your site. By placing your link on their website these other businesses indicate a trust and recommendation for your site.

In effect the two strategies listed above rely exclusively on what others can do for you when it comes to your online business.

Shirley Temple once proclaimed in her movie Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, “I’m very self-reliant.” American westerns are filled with lines dealing with pulling yourself up by your bootstraps and holding down the fort. Many of us have grown up to believe if we want something done right we have to do it ourselves.

This thinking is in opposition to the rules associated with an online business.

The online world can only exist because people share. Individuals share technology, but the also share links, reviews, blogs, forums and a wide range of other marketing strategies that find a commingling of interdependency.

In online business you are as dependent on others as they may be on you. Unlike the word ‘dependent’, the term interdependent indicates a mutual dependency. In other words you are depending on others to help provide links back to your site while they are equally dependent on you (or others) for the success of their business.

Have you really taken a proactive approach to networking? It’s possible you are reading this today and you’ve never considered asking someone else to place a link to your site on his or her online business site.

It can feel awkward depending on others to achieve online success especially if you’ve been lead to believe reliance on others is also a sign of imposing on their otherwise brilliant generosity.

I suppose it could be a deep-seated sense of pride that makes it hard to consider the need to ask others for help. However, the truth is depending on others is really what has made the Internet possible. The growth of this online world is comprised of a link of computers, networks and servers that are connected in a way that provides the maximum benefit for all.

Building an online business can feel a bit like trying to build a house of cards. Without the ability to rely on the other ‘cards’ around you it is virtually impossible to build.

Interdependence. This is the essence of online business.

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