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Showing posts with label Blogging. Show all posts
Best Affiliate Marketing Themes

Building a WordPress website and using the same to earn from it with Adsense and affiliate links is one of the excellent ways to produce passive income through the web. Since the commencement of Internet, Affiliate marketing has been a great approach, and a lot of people practice it to earn bucks by developing niche websites encompassing topics and then getting appropriate affiliate partners and also by putting Google Adsense blocks on the site where they get paid for every click received on any of the ads.
While you can put these profits producing affiliate links on any WordPress site and theme, picking a theme which is created especially for this idea serves plenty of benefits. One obvious attribute of these WordPress affiliate themes is that simplifies the publishing of professionally appearing reviews.
WordPress is free and requires simple working and operating and by practicing one of these WordPress Affiliate Themes you can have your earning-generating website.

The Genesis theme is a friendly, spontaneous WordPress theme which lets any webmaster whether be amateur or proficient promptly and smoothly develop a website with a professional display design.

To implement the Genesis Framework theme Minimal WordPress skills are required on any website, and you have a plenty of tools and options to customize the look and feel of your developing site to meet the expectations. Promptly equipping your WordPress website with multimedia content skills, attached editorial, tabbed web pages, simple formatting tools, and even responsive design, Genesis is the theme where a great customized WordPress Development begin.
REHub comes with plenty of product display relevant features, definitely making easy to add reviews, product comparisons, and other product displaying characteristics to your WordPress website.
REHub is a great choice; no matter you are using it for featuring products on a serious affiliate basis, or for selling your items from the website.

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The WordPress theme SteadyIncome is primarily designed for developing websites which monetize through affiliate plans. The theme is created by MyThemeShop team, which guarantees it for one of the swiftest loading themes. With the quick loading WordPress website, picking the SteadyIncome theme enables you to get availability to a rich set of features that helps you earn more on the web.
These attributes are a tool for building an email list, product displays, smart and appealing social media icons, and complete mobile responsive design.
The WordPress theme is an excellent pick for anyone who requires professional and corporate appearance, possibly for aiming the B2B audience.
With the full-width plan and design of Compare WordPress theme, you receive a plethora of screens when it is about adding the content. With the advanced features of Compare, you get lots of possibilities for adding the product description to your website.
Rethink WordPress theme comes with some remarkable new features to help you create the ideal affiliate website. Amongst the plenty of its notable features of this WordPress theme, you get several useful tools for posting the product and service feedbacks.
As well as helping you to publish professional looking reviews, the With Rethink WordPress you can easily arrange different products on your site. The advantage of this is that it helps your visitors find what they are searching, again boosting the earning chances.
Affiliate marketing unquestionably is one of the best income generating models for online businesses, eCommerce, and many bloggers.
The only thing you need to focus is on developing quality rich content and thorough, fair product reviews to earn some clean-cut revenue.
About author:

Jagdish Prajapat is a Digital Marketing Consultant by profession. He is associated with Baymediasoft, a WordPress development company in USA. He is a passionate writer and has actively writing useful blogs and articles about technical stuff.

How Dedicated Servers Dominate Other Web Hosting Options

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Web Hosting types
If you are a blogger or an enterprise or planning to have so, the first strategy for winning is about the performance of your website. Before planning to host your website or web application, you have know about the web hosting plans and categories. This article describes different types of hosting, its merits and demerits such as: 

  • Shared Hosting
  • VPS Hosting
  • Dedicated Server Hosting

Let's start with the most common hosting type of small websites.

Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is when a number of websites of different merchants or enterprises are hosted on a single server and all of the website shares all assets of the servers such as RAM, storage capacity, CPU velocity, bandwidth and so on. It has minimal subscription rates compared to other hosting types. The drawback of this type of hosting is, sometimes your website may not get the sufficient computing energy and your downtime may be high.

VPS Hosting

VPS stands for Virtual Private Server is a virtual server machine sold as a service by an Internet Hosting Service. It has extra options and performance compared to shared hosting however lesser that dedicated server hosting. Here one devoted server is parted into a number of virtual servers. However, CPU velocity is shared with all virtual server accounts. 

Dedicated Server Hosting

The third and probably the most powerful hosting is dedicated server hosting. Here you get the full root access to your server. You can carry out desired actions, install software add-ons, which is not offered by shared hosting services. 

The advantage of this hosting is, high security on your websites, files and databases, but expensive than shared hosting and VPS hosting.

Choosing the best and affordable dedicated server hosting providers like to host. ag will be a good deal.

How to increase RPM and CTR: Google Adsense Optimization

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Earn More Money from Google Adsense

Getting a good blog running and still end up with less revenue issue is one of the nightmares after Google Adsense (or any ad network) is approved. With the correct and opt optimization, you can actually earn more than you expect. Once you are approved for Adsense (for the sake of me, here onwards I will be referring Google Adsense as an example) you are all your own, just placing them randomly won’t bring you any revenue. Take a look at a few of the strategies that will really help you out.
Please note that, it is always recommended to follow the Adsense/Ad network policies. This post does not include any black hat SEO or content techniques that will affect your Adsense or any such.

Running Ads on the side bars.

This is the most common and native ad placement method, this actually gains us page views if the reader land on any page in the blog or website. Since we don't want to do anything stupid and get Adsense into trouble, let's just do it the Google way. We will just place 2-3 Ads only on one page. It is always recommended that you place one leader board on top of the blog/site (780x90). This will really make a difference as the viewers will definitely view the ad once they land on the page which will finally end up in more ad views. The right side bar Ad placements are visibly good looking and really does the job. But make sure your ads are responsive. You don't want Ads disrupting the content that is against Adsense policy.

In post Ad placement

In post ad placement is the best way for making revenue. In post can gain you really more RPM. If you take a look at my ad unit placement and in post RPM you can definitely see the difference in the RPM I received. In post Ads is the magic, if placed properly along with images and links you can really increase your turnover and hence higher CTR. If you place ads within the content, it will hike the CTC and CTR as the ads are showing more relevant to the content. Imagine I write an article nearly hosting and I place ads within the content, behind Google starts showing ads connected to the content the chances of getting clicks are comparatively more comparing to the clicks you would have got placing ads in the sidebar.
With the best Ad strategies comes more revenue. Please do make sure you don't disrupt the content by placing more ads and less content. I would recommend you place 'responsive ads' between posts in order to avoid incompatibility in various screen sizes and devices. Don’t forget the mobile users, though the ads you place will appear on mobile devices, it is always recommended that you also include mobile ads along with the other ad units too.  Also keep in mind, use recommended ad units and responsive ad units in order to increase user engagement and more revenue,

And not last but the least, the analytics. Use a good analytic like Google or any other analytic tool to identify the most explored and engaged area in the site/blog by the users and place ad's accordingly. The targeting audience plays a great role in making the most out Google Ads or any other ad network. Certain countries like USA and United Kingdom gives you more RPM especially Canada with the highest RPM. Take a look at few strategies to target audience and hike the revenue.

Make Your Website more Visible on Search Results

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Improve Search visibility
Getting ranked for top keywords on Google is tough. But you could use some Google recommended methods to let search engine giants like Google know, you are there. In this article, we will discuss some methods which helps Google and other search engines sit back  and crawl (notice) your website frequently.


Content is the King. Search engines love websites which are updated regularly with fresh and quality content. Blogging could be used for this. Read here Why blogging is important.

Setup Google Webmaster Tools

As name implies, Google webmaster tools is a free service from Google which helps webmasters for analyzing and optimizing websites for Google (and for other search engines). By setting up your website on Google Webmaster tools, you are submitting your website on Google too. GWT is a powerful tool for analyzing backlinks to your website.

Setup Google MyBusiness 

MyBusiness helps you to get verified your business and improves visibility in relevant geographic search results and maps.  

Be Serious on Google +

Maintain your Google + profile and pages actively. Posting website or blog post links on Google + pages or profiles could help them index on Google easily - Another way for submitting your links for Google bot.

Gain more and more Google +1s.

Google +1 Logo
Because, Google "plus one" (+1) can act as votes for your website. You could do this by adding social share buttons and +1 buttons on all pages of your website. The count of +1s shows how much people recommended your website. There are many services which offers free social share button codes. Just Google!

Use relevant and accurate Title and Meta tags 

Ensure that all pages of your website contains accurate and relevant title tag and meta description. All pages associated with your website should contain unique, accurate and relevant title tags and meta description. 

Use Alt and title tags for all Images

Did you know, How Google shows images for searched keywords? the truth is that, Google or any other computer program is not able to read the content of the image files thoroughly. What plays behind Google image search results is, Alt tags and meta tags of the image. So choosing right alt and title tags for images on your website could helps to make some traffic and rank improvements on search results.

Make your website Mobile friendly

As Google Mobilegeddon algorithm update is out, Websites should be mobile friendly and responsive for better ranking on Google search results. Google introduced this update mainly because of the internet users from smart phones are much more than PC users.  


Facts about Google Mobilegeddon Update

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Hello Bloggers and Web Masters,

Google Mobilegeddon update
Google Mobilegeddon update
Are you aware about the new Google algorithm update called "Mobilegeddon" update which is said to influence Google search results way more than any other animal named updates (Panda, Penguin etc).

As name implies, Mobilegeddon is basically Google giving more priority and ranking for mobile friendly and faster websites. Websites and blogs which are slower and not properly optimized for mobile devices will start dropping down to search results and Google ranking. 

Shifting to a mobile friendly website is the most successful and important strategy for gaining a rank boost, instead of heavy drop after this Google update.

How to know a website / blog is mobile friendly or not? 

Google has provided powerful tools for check your
Google Mobilegeddon update
Google Mobilegeddon update
websites performance and whether it is mobile friendly or not. 

1) Take a Mobile friendly test. 

If your website or blog passed Google's mobile friendly test, you have survived 40% from the Mobilegeddon update. Take mobile friendly test here:

2) Take a speed test 

here: Make sure you have a good score in this test and if not passed, follow the recommendations to achieve it.

Minimizing HTML and CSS codes and optimizing images could speed up your website and hence could boost in Google results.

People and Search engines are now focusing on Mobile friendly websites. Various surveys proved that there are 200% people using mobile for surfing internet than computers. What you are waiting for?
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Facebook Pop Up Box with Timer for Blogs and Websites

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Join Is On Facebook box with timer
FaceBook Like Box with auto timer close
Social Medias like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ plays a vital role for generating genuine and relevant traffic for your blogs or websites. 

We have already discussed on our previous articles about how to increase Facebook likes and major SEO strategies for increasing social media ranking for your websites or blogs.

Showing a social media promotion boxes while visitors visiting your blogs/websites will be a great idea to make them noticed that you are active on social medias. Major disadvantage of such pop up boxes are they may interrupt visitors buy showing all reloads and this will looks like you are forcing them.  So, here we are providing you an auto closing (with timer) facebook pop up widget for your blog. 

How to Enable Facebook Pop Up box for blogs/websites

1. Got to Blogger Dashboard >> Template >> Edit HTML. 
You will see a box with core HTML codes of your blog. Beware of editing this codes

2.  Copy and paste the following script before closing </head> tag or after opening <head> tag. (Press Ctrl + F after clicking on the HTML box and type  </head> on pop up box for easily getting this tag).
<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
We have successfully added Jquery code for the box.

3. Now we need to add some style sheets for the box for the looks and feels. Again find the code below in the template
And add the code shown below before closing b:skin tag.
/*css for fbpopup*/
#fbpopupdata { 
    background-color: none; 
    z-index: 9999; 
    display: none; 
    padding: 0; 
    border: 10px solid #446c95; 
    -webkit-background-clip: padding-box; 
/* for Safari */ 
    background-clip: padding-box; 
/* for IE9+, Firefox 4+, Opera, Chrome */ 
    -webkit-border-radius: 8px 8px 8px 8px; 
    -moz-border-radius: 8px 8px 8px 8px; 
    border-radius: 8px 8px 8px 8px; 
    width: 420px; 
    height: 300; 
    overflow: auto; 
    left:50% !important
    box-shadow: inset 0 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.1); 
#fbpopupdata span { 
    font-size: 12px !important
    font-weight: normal !important
#fbpopupdata h1 { 
    background: #446c95 url( 98% 30% no-repeat; 
    border: 0px solid #3b5998 !important
    color: #FFF !important
    font-size: 20px !important
    font-weight: 700 !important
    padding: 5px !important
    margin: 0 0 10px 0  !important
    font-family: arial !important
    overflow: hidden !important
    font-size: 12px !important
    font-weight: normal !important
    height: 275px !important
    padding: 1px !important
    background: #fff !important
    border-bottom: 0px solid #ddd; 
    overflow: show !important
#fbpopupdatafooter { 
    text-align: right; 
    background: #F2F2F2 !important
    height: auto !important
    padding: 10px !important
    overflow: hidden !important
#fbpopupdatafooter p { 
    text-align: right; 
#fbpopupdataclose { 
    float: right; 
    background-color: #446c95 !important
    border: 0px solid #ccc !important
    color: #fff !important
    font-weight: normal !important
    padding: 5px 35px !important
    text-decoration: none !important
    display: inline-block !important
    font-family: arial !important
    outline: none !important
    font-size: 12px !important
    margin: 0px !important
    box-shadow: inset 0 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.1); 
    -webkit-transition: background 0.3s; 
    -moz-transition: background 0.3s; 
    transition: background 0.3s; 
4. Almost completed the final step is here.  
<!-- Facebook POPUP LikeBox With Timer Code Start --
<script type='text/javascript'> 
jQuery(document).ready(function() { 
function fbpopupdatafunc()  { 
var sec = 60 
var timer = setInterval(function() { 
$("#fbpopupdatafooter span").text(sec--); 
if (sec == 0) { 

var fbpopupdatawindow = jQuery(window).height(); 
var fbpopupdatadiv = jQuery("#fbpopupdata").height(); 
var fbpopupdatatop = jQuery(window).scrollTop()+50; 
//var fbpopupdataww = jQuery(window).width(); 
//var fbpopupdatawww = jQuery("#fbpopupdata").width(); 
//var fbpopupdataleft = (fbpopupdataww-fbpopupdatawww)/2; 
var fbpopupdataleft = 500; 
//var fbpopupdatawindow = jQuery(window).height(); 
//var fbpopupdatadiv = jQuery("#fbpopupdata").height(); 
//var fbpopupdatatop = (jQuery(window).scrollTop()+fbpopupdatawindow-fbpopupdatadiv) / 2; 
jQuery("#fbpopupdata").animate({opacity: "1", left: "0" , left:  fbpopupdataleft}, 0).show(); 
jQuery("#fbpopupdataclose").click(function() { 
jQuery("#fbpopupdata").animate({opacity: "0", left: "-5000000"}, 1000).show();});});
<div id="fbpopupdata"> 
<h1>Join Us On Facebook <a style="font-size:12px; color: white; float:right; margin-right: 15px; text-align: inherit; text-decoration: none;" href="" rel="nofollow
>Get Widget</a></h1> 
<div class="fbpopupdatadata"><center><iframe src=";width=400&amp;colorscheme=light&amp;show_faces=true&amp;border_color=%23fff&amp;stream=false&amp;header=false&amp;height=250" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:show; width:400px; height:250px;" allowtransparency="true"></iframe></center></div><div id="fbpopupdatafooter">Please Wait <span>60</span> Seconds<br/><a href="" target="_blank" id="fbpopupdataclose" onclick="return false;">Close X</a></div></div> 
<!-- Facebook POPUP LikeBox With Timer Code End>

Change the yellow colored text (techiefeeds) to your Facebook username.

Update (7/01/2015): SumoMe is an awesome tool. 

You are done! :) 
Feel free to drop your comments and doubts ..