13 May 2015

How can you make 10 dollars per day with google Adsense?

If you are reading my post, I think that you want to increase your adsense income $0 to $10 per day. Most beginning bloggers might earn about one dollar a year. When you have several hundred posts and are starting to attract hundred or more visitors every day, you might see as much as ten dollars per month.

But if you have a popular blog, with thousands high ranking search engine posts, and probably at least a thousand visitors each day, it will be able to earn $10 per day with a single blog. That means it’s totally depend on your quality traffic and search engine ranking. Once you learn how to consistently make $10 a day from the Internet you can change your goal to $20 a day and continue to increase your goal until you begin to earn a full-time income working from home.

1. How To Make $1 Per Day From Adsense:
Your blog requires minimum 100 search engine visits and 250 Page views totally per day to reach one dollars daily.
2. How To Make $5 Per Day From Adsense:
Your blog requires minimum 1000 search engine visits and 2500 Page views totally per day to reach five dollars daily.
3. How To Make $10 Per Day From Adsense:
Your blog requires minimum 2000 search engine visits and 5000 Page views totally per day to reach ten dollars daily.
4. How To Make $20 Per Day From Adsense:
Your blogs requires minimum 4000 search engine visits and 10000 Page views totally per day to reach twenty dollars daily.
5. How To Make $40 Per Day From Adsense:
Your blog requires minimum 9000 search engine visits and 25000 Page views totally per day to reach fifty dollars daily.

High Paying Adsense Keywords :
If you have high paying keyword and getting good search engine traffic for particular keyword, then may be two or three clicks enough to earn 10 dollars daily. So keywords are very important part for every blog and make money. Remember, if your blog should high paying keywords. Your each click must bring 1-3 dollars per click, that means  you can earn $ 5 easily per day from 250 Page views.

On the other hand, If you make $10 per day from adsense, create five niche blogs then your aim of making $10 per day can be achieved by making $2 per site everyday.

Get these basic things done right and you will be on your way to making $10 a day from Google AdSense.

12 March 2015

Modern Business: The Secret to Success

Running a successful modern business demands a number of different skills and you, as the business owner, must be ready to organize your time and be prepared to take any shift necessary because in these troubled economic times you are the most responsible figure for the success of your business. Teamwork skills are especially important, and managing the duties of every employee is something you should worry about, but the end line here is that you need to be able to quickly adapt.

In this economic climate, ups and downs are a natural part of every major business, and some things can move increasingly fast, while others can require a tremendous amount of time to be fully implemented, especially new technologies that are important for your area of work. However, what are the most important aspects you need to work on? Well, there is no magical solution, but we have created a list of things you need to keep your eye on.

The importance of market research

Doing proper market research is of crucial importance for the success of any business endeavor, and that will enable you to make the right decisions, and set a course for your business. IT is all about gathering large amounts of data on whether the customers are satisfied with your products and services, and whether anything can be changed in order to improve the general opinion of your product. This can also be a valuable way of collecting customer experiences, as it is a valuable source of information where you can gauge all those smaller, but necessary factors – what is right and what is not.

Setting up and maintaining a good website is easier said than done, but still, there are a number of ways this can be done in a reliable, yet cost-effective way. The website will be your online business card, where all your merchandise will be presented, and this can easily generate revenue for you, and create a base of loyal customers. When combined with all other social media networks, you can easily create an excellent online presence, where people will not only have high opinion of your services, but will think of you as a kind of expert, and will actively seek your opinion. 

All the social networks have special options for those willing to pay a little bit in order to advertise their businesses. This can be extremely good for your business, as you can carefully select the categories based on which you will create the target audience. Not to mention how great social networks can be for checking customer feedback, and keeping them engaged by offering them promotions or special offers.


Outsourcing is your friend

his is a process of hiring another company to do finish a certain task, either because you are not able to do it yourself financially, or you are understaffed. Outsourcing is a commonly used strategy, even by companies that have large budgets, simply because it offers solutions which are both cost-effective and simple. Outsourcing can actually help your company stay focused on its goals, while internal manpower can be used for other purposes, and this is why outsourcing has great strategic value.

Team as the core of any business

People that work for you are actually those who are making everything happen, and the important thing is that all of you have the same goal – success. This can be achieved by proper motivation, because an unhappy worker will not be so interested in his or her performance. Those more active will become tired of time, especially if there are those who are more passive. 

This can easily be fixed with the introduction of monthly rewards to those who do their best, and it can easily increase work efficiency, as everyone will try to reach the same level of acknowledgment. Make sure to balance between teamwork and competition, as both of those can be used to create a healthy environment, which will help your business.

17 July 2014

Why your business should go Social

Word of mouth marketing is as old as business itself. Consumers have always relied on conversations over the back fence and around the water cooler when making a decision about the products and services they need, social media is about that conversation, it may change the fence but the idea remains. Social media marketing gets your name in the minds of your friends and your friend's friends, easier and for less cost than traditional means.


Social Media marketing is about using the tools provided by social sites to build a repuation and create a buzz for you and your business, it is about establishing yourself as an expert so people will recommend you in conversations over backyard fences and in online interactions.

Same Old Word-of-Mouth Marketing

Social Media has changed the way people connect, discover, and share information. Here’s what you need to know: 
  • Social media is the technology that connects people—whether it’s to share content or just to chat.
  • Social networks, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest are the places where social interactions happen (discovering & sharing).
  • Social media marketing is the way to use that technology to build relationships, drive repeat business. and attract new customers through friends sharing with friends.
  • Sound familiar? That’s because social media marketing is really just word-of-mouth powered by technology.

Still not convinced? Here are some quick pointers: 

  • Consider this: 35% of the world’s population is online and the internet as a marketing channel reaches the largest number of people from varied demographics 
  • The channel requires a low technical investment, has a great ROI and a low learning curve 
  • It is a fairly simple way to increase your website traffic and search engine ranking 
  • Lead generation and, thereby, sales can be improved 
  • Connecting with media becomes easier 
  • Promoting events becomes quicker and more effective 
  • 58% of small business owners reported a decrease in marketing costs after they migrated to social media

19 March 2013

create filter in controller symfony2

Sometimes you need to make changes to the Response object, after it is returned by your controller, but before it is rendered as output to the client (e.g. the browser). You may want to set some extra response headers, or "completely mess up the content" of the response. You can accomplish this by creating an event listener that listens to the kernel.response event. I give you a sample event listener which changes the Content-Type header in case the requested format is json and the browser’s accepted response format contains "text/html" in that case, at least in my experience, the browser doesn’t render the JSON string as plain text when the status code is 4xx or 5xx. So in these situations, the event listener changes the “Content-Type” to “text/plain”, to be sure you always get decent output in the browser.

Put the event listener in, for example /src/Acme/DemoBundle/EventListener/ResponseListener.php:

  
namespace Acme\DemoBundle\EventListener;
 
use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Event\FilterResponseEvent;
 
class ResponseListener
{
    public function onKernelResponse(FilterResponseEvent $event)
    {
        $request = $event->getRequest();
 
        // only do something when the requested format is "json"
        if ($request->getRequestFormat() != 'json') {
            return;
        }
         
        // only do something when the client accepts "text/html" as response format
        if (false === strpos($request->headers->get('Accept'), 'text/html')) {
            return;
        }
         
        // set the "Content-Type" header of the response
        $event->getResponse()->headers->set('Content-Type', 'text/plain');
    }
}

Now define the ResponseListener as a service in /src/Acme/DemoBundle/Resources/services.xml:

  
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<container xmlns="http://symfony.com/schema/dic/services"
    xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
    xsi:schemaLocation="http://symfony.com/schema/dic/services http://symfony.com/schema/dic/services/services-1.0.xsd">
    <services>
        <service id="acme.filter_response_listener" class="Acme\DemoBundle\EventListener\ResponseListener">
            <tag name="kernel.event_listener" event="kernel.response" method="onKernelResponse" />
        </service>        
    </services>
</container>


Notice the “tag” tag, by which the kernel recognizes this service as an event listener. The event attribute tells the kernel which event this listener listens to. The “method” attribute tells which method should be called when the kernel.response event occurs.

In case you don’t want any other events to tamper with the Response, add a call to $event->stopPropagation().

15 March 2013

remove non ASCII characters from a String

Hi guys

I had a problem with removing non-utf8 characters from string, which are not displaying properly. Characters are like this 0x97 0x61 0x6C 0x6F (hex representation).

I am getting some encoded value from url. Let assume it's encoded email and value is ankitchauhan22@gmail.com
When I tried to find out the length of this string as
  
$email = somefunction($encodedStringFromUrl);
$length = strlen($email);
print $length;
    
 
I was shocked. It's printing 37 instead of 24. Than I printed each index of this string on the string but after 24 character, nothing printed.

I used trim() to remove whitespace but didn't work.

Then I tried something which worked for me.

This is a little snippet that will remove any non-ASCII characters from a string.
  
$string = "ankitchauhan22@gmail.com รครณ";
$string = preg_replace('/[^(\x20-\x7F)]*/','', $string);
    
 
Now It's printing 24.