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    Is HostGator Cheating Affiliates With Their Affiliate Program?

    December 22, 2013
    Hostgator Alternative

    I’m a Hostgator Affiliate from last 4 years, and till now I have made over $25,000 from their affiliate program. Maximum ever I made with them in a  months was $3125, and you must be wondering why I decided to pick this topic, and calling one of my successful program as a SCAM. Even after earning handsome amount of money as their affiliate, I still have a big doubt about the way they track sales, ...

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    The No-Nonsense Guide To Make Money From Content Curation

    December 21, 2013
    Curate this

    Content curation is one of the most common attribute of our daily digital life. Content curation in most simple language is brining the best content that you like to read at one place. In old days, we used to do this with the help of social-bookmarking sites like Stumble-Upon, Delicious, Digg and so on. In those time we let other users also vote for our curated content, and ma  ke it reachable to more people. In ...

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    How To Use Tor Browser To Hide Your I.P.

    December 19, 2013
    Tor Browser Setting

    I have talked about anonymity and internet censoring couple of times before, and told you about free Ultrasurf Proxy software, which let you browse websites which you are not allowed to access. If you are one of those who keep interest in internet security, you must be knowing about NSA (National Security agency) desperate attempt to spying on internet. As an end user, I would not like to be spied upon or someone peeking inside ...

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    How Gmail Image Caching Feature Will Affect Email Marketing?

    December 17, 2013
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    Gmail has added series of features to enhance their free eMail service. Recently they introduced Gmail tabbed inbox  and now they have introduced Gmail image caching to make your Email more secure and safe from malware. If you are one of those who uses Gmail, you must be aware of feature call “Display images below” or “Always Display images from $email“, which blocks automatic image loading inside an Email. You have to click on “Display ...

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    If You Think Your Idea Is Stupid, You Might Be Making An Idiot Of Yourself

    December 15, 2013
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    The best thing about being a human is, we all are dreamer and thinker. At the same time, we look out for social-approval of our ideas. Specially with the changing land-scape of getting social-approval by number of likes and share is making many of us sharing our ideas. All of us had a time, when we didn’t shared our idea thinking it might sound stupid to others, and this not only stopped us from being ...

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    Hey Blogger! Which City Are You From?

    December 13, 2013
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    As we are not only meeting like-minded people, it’s always good to learn from other blogging experience. I live in New delhi, India and it’s a big city, and I get to meet with many other bloggers at various blogging events. But in small town or places around the globe, there are many skilled bloggers blogging from some neighbourhood and they don’t even know about each-other. It doesn’t matter you blogging from Durham or Gangtok, ...

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    Is Social Media Making You Anti-Social – Let’s Find Out With This Video

    December 13, 2013
    Anti Social

    We human are a social-animal and with the rise of social-networking sites and internet, our conversation is now shifted to Skype, emotions are reflected by emoticon and none the less, we can always edit our thoughts by using delete button, and re-project us in a way we want to be seen. Accept it or not, social media is surely changing us and this eye-opening video is worth your time. What is the connection between Social Networks ...

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    AdSense Custom Ad Size Opens Unlimited Placement Opportunities

    December 12, 2013
    Image Only Ads

    In past one year, AdSense surprised me with the number of changes they have introduced. Starting from Responsive ad unit, adding AdSense A/bTesting and now custom ad sizes is clear reflection of AdSense turning into a publisher oriented company. According to rumours, they are also adding EFT payment option for Indian AdSense publishers, but for now let’s talk about newly introduced AdSense Custom ad Sizes. Earlier, AdSense have fixed ad size unit which you can create ...

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