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Protecting Blog From Spam

Do you get a ton of spam everyday in your inbox? Do you put your email address anywhere on your blog or website to provide a method for your readers to contact you? If the answer is 'Yes', then keep on reading this article as I'm going to show you a preventative measure to reduce the amount and chances of spam being flooded to your email address easily.   Read More →

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Free Advertising vs. Paid Advertising

Posted by I. Mursalin On 11/21/2011 Comments
Everyday, all over the world , tens of thousands of new websites are being added to the Internet.  They all have one thing in common.  They need advertising. So the next question is, how will they advertise and get their message out, and which type of advertising is viable to serve their purpose.

In today's market you will find two types of advertising.  One is free advertising and the other is paid advertising. 

Now consider this.  Free advertising sites are free which means everyone posts on them.  Even spammers have there way with free advertising sites by opening multiple accounts, placing the same ad in different categories, using the same title for all their ads, and sometimes posting ads of Adult nature.  Because of this, your advertisement message gets lost in the crowd more often than not.  And the worst part of it is your recent listing falls off the list very quickly depending on the sites popularity and you're left to re-create your advertisement all over again.  Re-typing and re-typing the same ole' ad hoping someone will find your for product or service offer. This can become very cumbersome to say the least.

For anyone needing to advertise, spend a little time searching for those classified sites that require an investment of some sort.  You can be sure that these sites are spam free and only the serious advertisements are listed.  Also consider the fact that your message stays on the listing much, much longer than with the free ad sites.

On free advertisement sites your advert message can fall off literally within the hour depending on how popular that site is. There are often duplicate advertisements on free ad sites. You won't find any duplicate ads on paid advertising sites.

So, there is the good with the bad.  If you're on a shoe string budget, and have a service or product to offer, try searching for the classified sites that require a small fee. The fee is used like a Firewall to keep and detour spammers as well as to gain targeted traffic. Think of the fee as an added advantage knowing your advertisiment is being placed on a reputable and clean site.  Again you won't find any duplicate postings on a fee based advertisement site which means your advertisement has a much greater chance of being noticed. And you certainly won't find ads like Earn $20,000 this week look here.    

Come to Royce Classified Ads Site and place your ad there.  For a mere $4.99, you can post your ad in three different categories and upload a photo as well.  We also have 468x60 banner space available and the fee for banner advertising can be negotiated with the webmaster.  At Royce Classified Ads, your ad placement is more than likely to get noticed.  Because of our small fee, we maintain targeted traffic and a clean site. Although we are not free, we are spam free.

Monetizing Blog with PayPerPost

Posted by I. Mursalin On 3/05/2011 Comments
I couldn't remember hen was the last time I wrote a post on this blog. The worst thing is that Google has dropped this blog's pagerank to zero. Maybe caused by too many outside links that I've put here.

Anyway, this time I would like to cover an alternative way to earn money online. Monetize your blog using paid review services. There are many of them outside there, but the one that I've succeed with is I've managed to write three sponsored posts/reviews, each post worth 1.15 dollar. Not much, but it's okay.

So far I've $3.45 on my PayPerPost ballance. Actually the limit to cashout is $50.00, but you can cashout any amount on your balance with a $2.00 penalty fee. I did it and received $1.45 on my Paypal. I'll post the proof on my next post.

USAEyes - A Nonprofit Lasik Patient Advocacy

Posted by I. Mursalin On 5/13/2010 Comments
Lasik (Laser Assisted in-Situ Keratomileusis) is the most often performed surgery in the US. Conventional or wavefront custom Lasik is a surgical procedure that changes the shape of the cornea to reduce the need for glasses or contacts.

Most of us will usually wear eye glasses or lenses as the last resort when we had problem with our eyes. US people have been performing eyes surgery using Lasik method as an alternative way. This surgery changes the shape of the cornea (clear front) of the eye to reduce the need for glasses or contacts. It may correct nearsighted or farsighted vision, astigmatism, or reduce the need for reading glasses.

Although Lasik is medically safe and Lasik recovery is usually fast, but Lasik is not right for everyone. A nonprofit Lasik patient advocacy organization, USAEyes --which is the Council for Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance-- has helped patients learn important issues about Lasik and similar vision correction surgery.

Google Hates Me, But It Loves Me Too

Posted by I. Mursalin On 4/13/2010 Comments
You won't know how stressed and desperate I was when my two blogs were marked as splogs (spam blogs) by Google. Up 'til now I still can't recover both of them. Do you know what? I was having my little community and few loyal readers on one of them. Now they're missing the blog and even sent emails or offline YM messages asking about the lost and not found blog. My heart was broken.

The said blog was written in bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian language). Its contents was in general about making money online, mainly from GPT and PTC sites. I've succeeded in building good number of referrals up for some of my GPT programs through some ref cash back offers. It was such a disaster when the blog disappeared from the net as I and my partners (referrals) are counting on some of the blog's posts to keep up to date with our deals. Thankfully I was having some backups and managed to restore most of the missing data.

I tried to restore the blog several times with no luck. End of story. Now let's get back to Google...