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Saturday, April 4, 2009


Affiliate marketing entails promoting other people or company's product or services through your website or blog for a commission. This means that you need a lot of publicity to achieve this, by creating awareness of the existence of your website or blog to internet visitor or surfers. This awareness will in turn attract a lot of visitors to your site. The process of moving people to your site is known as traffic generation.
Traffic generation seems to be the most difficult aspect of affiliate marketing, because the more visitors you pull to your site , the more likelihood that you will generate more sales or more clicks and this is the only way of earning money in affiliate marketing.

How then do we do this? There are many techniques in traffic generation, but their application differs from one affiliate marketer to another. Some of the techniques are explained below. You can use a combination of all or use that which is convenient and better for your affiliate market.

1. Use of Forums

Forum is a kind of online community, where people of common interest come together to share ideas, discuss prevailing issues, share problems and proffer solutions. Sharing your opinion and contributing positively to issue at hand will makes forum members have confidence in you, what you need do is to direct them your website for more information, this you achieve by leaving a link to your website at any contribution you made.

2. Article Writing

You can also entice people to your website or blog by writing quality articles, so that each time they visit they will want to come back and making sure that you write fresh articles frequently and these articles should be related

to your website or blog. You can also submit articles to other websites and at the bottom always include the link to your website. Newspaper and magazines should not be left out; submit your articles to them for publication. This will also expose you and your web

3. Email Advertising

This technique need a lot of caution, for over use of this system might lead to spamming and this is an internet crime. So be careful with your use of this method, making your website known through the use of email, is by sending email to address known and unknown and those you come across from any source. It pays well if properly and diligently used.

4. Advertising Trough

Placing advert on targeted market magazine/newspaper helps a lot in creating awareness cum pull visitors to your website.

5. Use of Business Cards

This can be use in traffic generation by giving out business cards at seminars, church, fund raising ceremonies and any other function. You don't know who is who; the man you think is a church man might be a real internet marketer.

6. Advert through Pay-Per-Click

It pays a lot to subscribe to adverting in pay-pay-click websites; it helps to generate a lot of traffic to your website because these pay-pay-click sites have a lot of visitors. It helps in pushing more traffic to your website.

7. Use of Free Gift

Giving people free gift like free e-books e.t.c will pull a lot of people to your website, people like free gift a lot and they always take the bait.

8. Search Engines

Submitting your site to a lot of search engines increases the chance of getting more people to visit your website.

Applying all or most of these techniques will increase the chances of pulling more visitors to your website or blog.


The good and the bad of Blogging

To say that blogging is popular on the Internet is an understatement. In fact, the popularity of blogging stems from the fact that everyone with an Internet connection can start posting blogs and it is perhaps the easiest way of having your comments and opinions read all over the world. Everyone from politicians to journalists to actors to housewives are keeping blogs that give an insight into their lives and thoughts.

Of course, business-related and corporate blogs are also growing in popularity given the fact that it is a cost-effective and efficient way of communicating with various stakeholders. Most people, however, take for granted that blogging is a good idea and more often than not it is. But like everything else there is a flip side to blogging also. Especially when we are talking about corporate blogging, it is a sensitive thing because things like business image and customer and employee relations come into the picture. So it would be a good idea to work out what exactly you want to get out of our business blog before you start it off.

For starters, it is important that you decide what kind of a blog you are going to start off. Keep in mind that a personal blog is very different from a business blog. For one thing, a personal blog can be freer with its content in the sense that the individual does not really have to answer to anyone vis-a-vis the views and comments that are expressed on the blog. But the same is not true for a business blog. The content that is posted up on your business blogs could have a direct relation to your business dealings. In a business blog, it might not necessarily be appropriate to write in a casual manner, the way one would in a personal blog but, that again depends on the kind of blog that your company maintains.

The tricky part when it comes to business blogs is how you are going to regulate the kind of information that is going up. The nature of blogs is that it is a space where views and opinions can be expressed freely and by that logic everyone can say what they want on the blog. Now if this is a blog that your clients and other stakeholders can read, is that going to be a good or bad thing for your business image? At the same time, who all in your business are going to have the authority to post blogs. Is it just the top management or the owner or all the employees of the firm? These are issues that you need to consider carefully before you start up a business blog.

Another possible problem with confusing the role of business blogs and personal blogs is the amount of personal information that could find its way to a business blog. This does not necessarily have to be a bad thing for a corporate blog but, once again, you have to keep the objective of your blog in mind even if it is as simple as providing an open channel of communication for the organization. Your corporate blog should have an objective in mind and ideally each blog posting should be aimed towards fulfilling that objective.

As mentioned earlier, one of the reasons that blogs became so popular so quickly was because it is such a convenient and quick way of communicating information. That still remains one of the biggest advantages of blogging. An organization that decides to have a corporate blog is opening up an extra channel of communication for its members. The blog can be used as a tool for two way communication so that information can flow freely throughout the organization. This kind of open communication can go along way in boosting employee morale also. Knowing that there is a channel of communication that is open for everyone and will also be taken seriously is an empowering feeling.

Once again, the speed factor of blogging cannot be forgotten. Within a second of having typed out and uploading a post, other members of the blog can view it. Considering the fact that there are many organizations that work at a global level and have stakeholders spread all around the world, this type of communication is a quick and economical way of keeping everyone up-to-date about the happenings in the organization.

Needless to say, blogging is a great way of communicating. In fact it lets you do things that were unheard of earlier. But as a business owner you need to keep in mind that blogs also have pros and cons to them. It is definitely a good idea to have a corporate blog that can really improve an organization’s communication channels but, at the same time, you need to decide what kind of outcome you have in mind from this kind of communication so that the system for blogging you put into place adds to your overall goals.


Friday, April 3, 2009


Fixing corrupted partitions on is a risky business. Even if you use the best data recovery tools and are absolutely sure in your actions, you are still risking your data shall something go wrong. Changes made to the damaged disk are irreversible; it is simply too easy to destroy an important disk structure containing essential information about your disk, files and data. Bottom line: it pays to backup before performing disk recovery. But is this really the best way to do it?

There is a different way to do data recovery that is even safer. No need to backup and restore during the recovery. Instead of making a backup copy of corrupted files, you can simply make a complete snapshot of the disk being repaired, and try the recovery with different settings as many times as you need on this snapshot instead of the real disk.

SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor by is one of a few data recovery products that allow recovering a binary image of a damaged hard drive instead of repairing the hard drive directly. The data recovery tool lets you create an image of the damaged partition, and works with the snapshot instead of the real thing. The snapshot is a large file stored on another hard disk, CD, DVD or other media. The technology is similar to making an .iso image of a CD or DVD disc, only SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor extends it to partitions or even entire disks.

The partition copy may be virtual, but any data you save from it is for real. SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor can recover your files, documents and other data from the snapshot and put it on a healthy media. After that, you can attempt recovering the damaged system structures of the corrupted partition without taking any risk at all. Any modifications will be performed on the virtual snapshot.

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5 Simple Ways to Speed Up Your PC

There are many ways to improve computer performance, from hardware upgrades to editing the Registry. But upgrading hardware can be quite expensive and editing the Windows Registry can seriously harm your computer if you do something wrong. In this article I’ve focused on simple and safe tweaks that will not cause any trouble and will make your computer run faster.

1) Speed Up Windows Explorer

Sometimes starting Windows Explorer can take a while. This is because Windows automatically looks for network files, shared network folders, and devices when you start Windows Explorer. It is possible to make it open faster by changing the settings:

Open Windows Explorer
Click on Tools menu
Then click on Folder Options
Click on the View tab
Find Automatically search for network folders and printers check box and uncheck it
Click Apply, then click OK
Reboot your PC

From now on Windows Explorer will start faster, as it will no longer automatically search for network files, shared folders, and devices in the network.

2) Optimize Appearance Settings

We all are used to how Windows XP looks. But actually its visual effects waste system resources. The graphics card is not the only one that has to deal with it - the CPU and the memory are affected as well. Windows Vista graphics are even more advanced and can dramatically slow down your PC, especially if your computer is not one of the latest and the fastest ones.

Luckily there is a way to configure Windows XP for best performance by reducing the effects in the graphical user interface. This will free up RAM and increase computer speed. To configure Windows XP for maximum performance do the following:

Go to Start - Settings and select Control Panel
In the Control Panel, click System and then Advanced tab
In the Performance Options window select Adjust for best performance
Click OK to confirm and close the window

This will turn off all visual effects, which is good for less powerful PCs and laptops. However, if you would like Windows XP to look more like what you’re used to, leave the following boxes ticked:

Show shadows under menus
Show shadows under mouse pointer
Show translucent selection rectangle
Use drop shadows for icons labels on the desktop
Use visual styles on windows and buttons

3) Uninstall Unused Device Drivers

Once you have uninstalled a device, it’s a good idea to remove any device drivers that were left behind. Otherwise those drivers will still be using valuable system resources. Here is why this happens.

When you install a device, you also install its drivers and they get called each time you boot up your PC. And even when the device has been removed, but the drivers are still there, your system continues to load them at boot up. What a waste of resources!

If you have Windows XP, follow these steps to remove any unwanted device drivers:

Press the Windows key + the Break key on your keyboard. System Properties box will appear
Select the Advanced tab

Click Environmental Variables
Under System Variables click New
In the variable box type devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices
Type 1 in the Variable value text box
Click OK to return to the System Properties box
Click OK again
Go to the Device Manager tab
Click View - Show hidden devices

Then you will need to expand all the branches and look for washed out icons. Those icons show unused device drivers that you can uninstall.

Once you have found a device driver you wish to uninstall, highlight it, right-click it, and choose Remove. Delete only washed out icons. All the other icons show drivers of connected and used devices. If you delete them, your devices will stop functioning properly.

4) Remove Software You Don’t Need

One more way to speed up your PC is to check what software you have installed and see if you need all the applications or not. To do this click Start - Settings - Control Panel - double-click Add/Remove Programs.

Most likely you will find programs you’ve used only once or twice. Removing them will free up disk space and make your PC run faster.

When Uninstalling Software Fails

Uninstalling software doesn’t always go as smooth as one hopes it would. A very common problem is that some programs don’t remove all their data completely, thus leaving some files behind. These files are called junk files.

Sometimes you have to uninstall the software trial version in order to register the full version. But if the uninstall process is not complete, you might fail to register the program that you have paid for.

If the uninstaller doesn’t work, it may be possible to remove the software manually. This means that you will need to remove all related files and configuration data from your hard disk. Usually software uses the Windows Registry to store configuration information.

Firstly, you will need to find the folder where the program was installed. Most likely it’s the Program Files directory. Locate the software folder and delete it. If it’s impossible to delete some files, try restarting your computer. This will help if the files were used by the system. If you can’t delete the files even after a restart, try booting in Safe Mode (tap F8 during PC boot) and then delete the files.

After that you will need to remove invalid Registry entries. Microsoft offers a free Windows Installer CleanUp Utility to help you do the job. After you’ve installed and opened it, select an application you wish to uninstall from the list. The utility will remove all registry entries related to that software. Double check what applications you select and also backup the Registry in case something goes wrong.

If running Windows Installer CleanUp Utility does not solve the problem, you can use a third party registry cleaner. Be careful and only use well-known software that has received positive reviews and trustworthy awards. There are lots of programs that claim to be great, but in fact they contain malware and spyware, and can damage your computer.

Another way to uninstall software without having to worry about the Registry is to use a software uninstaller. Program uninstallers track down and remove all application-related components from your system, thus ensuring that the software gets completely uninstalled.

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5) Disable Indexing Services

The Indexing Services use large amounts of RAM and can often make a computer pretty slow and loud. This service indexes and updates lists of all the files that are on your computer in order to enable you to search for the files and folders faster. To tell you the truth, this service is not really needed and you can safely disable it.


Code and XHTML Rules

In future time, through all coming coding standards, let the developer, who may write code in any development environment, observe the XHTML rules which W3C has written in their white papers. Let the developer not alter the rules which W3C has given, the standards which W3C has enacted, the wording, let him not change. If such a developer has logic and is able to keep his code error free, he shall observe the XHTML rules, which W3C has decided upon. Let him write his applications, utilize correct syntax, debug his code, and comment his lines accordingly; and by so doing, grant order to all his projects. –a warning in the absolute style of Hammurabi for developers tempted to violate XHTML rules.

From the Ten Commandments to the Prime Directive, men are forever binding themselves with rules in order to attain higher standard of life. Some sets of laws are complex, some simple. Some onerous, some easy to follow. Around 1760 BC a Babylonian king named Hammurabi instituted one of the earliest and most famous attempts at standardization: Hammurabi’s Code. A few straightforward themes jump out of the chiseling of this early Mesopotamian standard for justice:

1. It is strict. Punishment was severe, often meted out in the form of death by drowning or burning. Subjects might be considered fortunate to lose an eye for an eye—even if you’re driver’s license doesn’t specifically state that you’re an organ donor. Needless to say, legal loopholes were few. Having a good lawyer didn’t count nearly as much as having as having a good doctor.

2. It was designed for the good of the community. Despite the personally destructive effects on recipients of this barbaric punishment, Hammurabi’s Code was intended to produce a more orderly and safe society. Babylonian society prospered during the period of Hammurabi and for some time afterwards.

XHTML is the Hammurabi’s code of Internet programming languages, but you still get to keep your fingers if you mistype code. Developers may get away with as little punishment as an error message. But like Hammurabi’s code, XHTML rules formulated by the W3C can “bring low those who were high, humble the proud, and expel insolence.” Developers can be a proud folk and quickly humbled by a user who discovers that their code doesn’t validate.

Markup languages have evolved over the years. You might be surprised to know that XHTML (extensible hypertext markup language) is not as austere as its patriarchal father, SGML. XHTML is simply HTML reformulated to conform to XML standards. This extreme HTML requires that your documents (web pages that you create) must follow the core rules below in order to be considered well-formed. As with HTML, always use a DTD (document type declaration) at the beginning of a document to declare to browsers the type of markup you are using. An XHTML 1.0 Transitional DTD may look like this:

XHTML Tags are case sensitive. Write XHTML tags in lower case


All XHTML open tags must be closed

With HTML, web browsers sometimes let you get away with leaving off a closing tag. With XHTML, container tags like

must be closed.

Empty XHTML tags must end with a trailing slash

Tags (not attributes) such as
should be written as

XHTML attributes must be quoted as in this example for the image border:

XHTML tags must be properly nested

Incorrect XHTML nesting example:


Correct XHTML nesting example:


You can check your own XHTML coded pages to see if they are valid using the W3C’s HTML validator. If it’s valid, you can put a cute little button on your page to certifying to your visitors that you have written valid XHTML code. Of course, it’s an ego booster for you as well. To get the full details of XHTML markup rules, check out the W3C web site markup page here: