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ShoutMeLoud October 2014 Income, Traffic & Monthly Overview

Hey Shouter, This is the time of the month when I share the income, traffic and monthly report from my blog network. If you are wondering why I do this, here is a post which you should definitely read. October was an interesting month for ShoutMeLoud in terms of revenue and traffic. One of the [...]

What is an Editorial Calendar & Why Your Blog Needs One

I've had the pleasure of getting a peek into the work of the editorial team of a publishing house I was invited to. While I was completely amused by their 'fishbowl' - where the employees generate ideas for upcoming content, I had the privilege to take a look at their Editorial calender, and that was [...]

SEMRUSH Added Site SEO Audit, BackLink Checker & More Features

SEMRUSH is one of those tool which I have been using for almost 2 years and so far this works as a complete SEO solution for me. I have shared a review of SEMRUSH here and you should also read about how I made a niche blog using SEMRUSH which generates over $200/month. In last few [...]

My Adsense Earning Report for 5 Years : 2.2Million INR

We all know Google Adsense is one of the best recurring monetization network for any blog or website. I started blogging in 2008, and implemented Adsense on ShoutMeLoud in 2009. If you have read my earlier article on how I make money with ShoutMeLoud, you would know, I never focused on Adsense as my main source of [...]

Hack To Access Google Inbox Right Now Without An Invite

Inbox by Google is a new service from Google which will redefine your Email inbox. This service is based in predictive technology and so far I have found it productive. It will still take some time for me to get hang of new Inbox by Google but it's certainly seems futuristic. This service is invitation [...]

How Can You Scale WordPress On Openshift Origin?

I have always hated shared hosting and I'm never going back to BlueHost, HostGator,etc because they’re always very un-reliable and the problem with shared hosting is that they’re just too crowded, also it doesn’t allow you to customize your environment, and has many limits like email sent per hour, max bandwidth, file size limit, etc. [...]