Thursday, December 30, 2010

Fight Against E-Mail Spams

Bill Gates predicted way back in January 2004.
The Problem Of Spam E-Mail Messages Will Be Gone With In Two Years
How We Wish His Words Had Turned True! Instead, The Unsolicited Junk E-Mail Or Spam Continues To Endlessly Jam Our E-Mail, Leaving Us With A Messy Inbox.
Having Junk E-Mail in our inbox does not only us with a continous mess to clean, it also poses a number of the Internet Usage. For all those who dread the junk they recieve almost everyday, here are some handy tips that will help fight spam effectively.

Protect Your E-Mail ID

Making your E-Mail Address public put it at the risks of being easily picked up by spammers. This is one of the easiest ways through which spammers get into your E-Mail account and is akin to leave the door of your open house, inviting the criminals.
If You regularly posts comments on various polls, forums and blogs, make sure that your E-Mail Address does not appear on any page on the web. Also, if you host or run your own website, use online forms instead of your E-Mail Address. Avoid writing your real E-Mail Address on these forms. There are chances that your information may be sold out or misused which may ultimately clog your email account.

Make Separate Accounts

It is preferable to use seperate E-Mail accounts for personal and professional use. This will help you sort out spam E-Mail. In case you are a frequent online shopper, use a different E-Mail account for buying products online as it can trigger spam messages in your inbox.
Also, for subscribing to newsletters or other publications online, never use your professional E-Mail address as it can expose your E-Mail address.

Keep Eye On CheckBoxes While Registration

Be wary of those boxes that you may find at the end of an online form. You may end up accepting them saying, "YES"
Mostly these checkboxes are Pre-Selected, and once you submit the form your information including your E-Mail address and phone number will be passed over to others. How else do you you think your E-Mail account overflows with spam with messages! So while filling in web forms, check the privacy policy to ensure it will not be sold or passed on to other companies.

Enable Spam Filters

One Of the easiest ways of keeping spammers away is by enabling spam filters. Most ISPs support free spam filtering. Enabling such filters helps reduce how much spam you and other members of the same ISP
Also, must email service providers offer spam filter. Check your settings to enable the filters. Note, GMail has the best spam filters available for a web based mail system.

Avoid Replying To Spam Messages

Responding to a spam message can be really dangerous. Replying back means a user is confirming that the E-Mail address is valid and the spam has been successfully delivered to the inbox. According to McAfee, the list of confirmed E-Mail addresses are more valueable to spammers than unconfirmed lists, and they are frequently bought and sold by spammers, leading to a bigger spiral in volume.
So, These were the above techniques which have helped me very much up til now to fight against E-Mail Spam. If You Have Some Other Than These, Then Feel Free To Contribute In The Comments Below.
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Monday, December 27, 2010

Freelancer Marketing Of Services

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To be a successful freelancer in today's market, It is important to have a globally viable plan. Something that allows a freelancer to compete on an international basis. With the internet, you, as a freelancer, are now limited only by your ability, not your location.

However, as with all businesses, there are many things that you need to consider if you want your business/work to be successful. An important factor is to find a niche. Sometimes, freelancers become too generalised and claim that they can preety much do anything. However, it is best to specialise in a few things and land work in that genre. This way, you are likely to not only get paid more, but be appreciated by clients, as you will be doing a few things well, rather than trying to do everything and being mediocre at them.
You are your best asset, and you need to project yourself to prospective clients in the best possible way. To do that, you will need a great portfolio that showcases your capabilities with stellar samples of your work.

Another important consideration is deciding on your price. Many freelancers believe that they must drop thier prices in order to compete in the market. While that may be true to some degree, experienced clients have pretty good ideas about the costs of the required services. If they can get it cheaper, then they will, because it saves them money. However, the bottom line with an honest employer will inevitably the quality, consistency and delivery time.
Actively promote yourself. This means that you may need to register with several freelance bidding services and blogs, in order to put yourself at the front line of the buying public. Simply stated, you have to create buzz and actively seek work assignments. Come up with some clever marketing ideas and slogans to set yourself apart. In other words, sell your skills and expertise to your prospective clients before they can actually see your work. If you are offering graphics design services, make sure that you have a killer logo. If you are selling your writing skills, write things about yourself that are interesting enough you get someone's attention. While marketing yourself, keep in mind that most people only read the first few lines, and if these lines fail to grab the attention, Then they are very likely to move on.

Marketing is a game. You should plan out a strategy and timeline, and do what you can to accomplish things in that order.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Internet Television

Computers are used largely for surfing the web, while televisions are used for infotainment.
This distinction may soon be over as a new breed of machines has been developed that combine the two functions Internet Television is here.
Sony and Google have entered into a partnership to produce internet TVs, which will allow you to watch televisions as well as use the TV screen as a Computer Screen simultaneously. The latest HD television series announced by Sony comes with Internet Connectivity, Wi-Fi, USB Ports, DLNA, built-in storage and other bells and whistles. If one is surfing the web, then the TV screen become a smaller inset in the main screen so that the words are large enough to be easily read.

3D Televisions

I remember seeing the first 3D film House of Wax on Youtube. almost 2 Years back. It appeared at the time to be the beginning of new era of 3D movies but it has taken about 50 Years for the revival of 3D Movies, and now 3D TV is also here.
There have been rapid recent developments in the field of 3D television. A Scottish inventor David Brewster first developed the 'Stereoscope' that allowed 3D photography. A common method for making the 3D videos is to use two different cameras to record a scene, with cameras being placed at the same time from one another as the distance between a person's eyes. The two images are accurately superimposed, and when projected and viewed on a screen, a 3D effect is produced as each of the two eyes sees the object from a slightly different perspective. Arrays of multiple cameras can also be used for image capture. Hectic efforts are underway by a number of TV manufactures such as Sony, Panasonic, LG etc, to develop high quality 3D TVs. Since the viewers need to wear special glasses, this is a drawback as the glasses can be cumbersome and expensive.
Toshiba launched its 21inch 3D TV in April 2010 which does not require any special glasses for viewing, but the 3D effect works only with in a narrow viewing range. Sony has also announced its plans to launch a 3D TV without the glasses soon. The Helium 3D system being developed by a consortium of companies, the 'Wedge' system developed by Microsoft, and a number of other systems under development will allow a wider viewer angle with 3D effects.
The 3D TV war is heating up!

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Freelance A Battle With Entrepreneurs

How Are Freelancers Differs from Other Self Employed Professionals ?

The term 'Freelancing' is often quite loosely used, which leads to many misintepretations and much confusion regarding its nature. As In The Blog SAMBA, Allan Young, pointed out in a post titled 'Freelancers Vs Entrepreneurs',
Below I'll show the statement taken from SAMBA
The Problem is, When a term is overused, It looses meaning and impact

Entrepreneurs Concept Differs From Freelancers

Entrepreneurs are people who launch risky and innovative business ventures, in order to pursue new economic opportunities. Meanwhile, Freelancers may lauch their own careers without setting up their own firms, in a Way, this makes freelancing a low risk enterprise, as opposed to entrepreneurship.
Moreover, Entrepreneurs may hire specialists to manage their company's organisational functions, like marketing or finance. Freelancers, on the contrary, tend to act as lone wolves, managing all aspects of their work themselves, including accounting, business development and following up on receipts from clients. Although entrepreneurs may occasionally undertake freelance work, they may never abondon their ventures to become freelancers. Freelancers may also form labels or personal brand identities, but they may not take the entrepreneurial route and unless they are prepared for the risks, they may continue working alone, while coolaborating with their fellows and industry experts, from time to time.

It Is Not Consulting

Consultants are experts, who advise their clients on matters pertaining to their subjects of expertise. Moreover, consultants work as independent advisers, this allows them to provide objective and neutral advice to their clients, by keeping away from the influence of certain factors with in the client's firm. The expertise of consultants is spread across different domains, such as information technology, marketing, finance, law, media, etc.
The job of a consultant is to suggest possible solutions to a specificset of problems, and as an external agent, he or she is generally not responsible for implementing those solutions, it is the client's internal matter. Although consultants are typically associated with consulting firms, some also work as freelancers. However, it is important to understand that freelancers are present in many different professions, and the scope of their work may include other services, besides consulting.

Is It Outsourcing ?

Outsourcing is a process whereby a (client) firm transfers a part or whole of a specific business activity to a vendor which may be a freelancer or another firm in order to allow the client to focus on its core business. Outsourcing is common in many IT-related professions, such as Web Designing, software development, and on call technical support.
Large outsourcing firms typically offer different kinds of products and services, for which they may offen hire freelancers as needed. For Example:- Many Web design firms hire freelance graphics designers to manage the workloads of their in house design teams. The point is that outsourcing may not always require the direct services of freelancers, as some clients tend to prefer outsource service providers. Likewise, the focus of freelancing is not just to provide outsource services, many freelancers also create and sell original works.

Is It A Part Time Job?

Freelancing is often misunderstood as a part time job, which it is not. Part time employees are people who either work on ad- hoc basis, or have other full time obligations. While freelancing could be one possible way to find part time employment, the same may not be the case with freelancers whose (freelance) jobs could be their sole full time obligations.


If I'll talk about the conclusion of this article, I will conclude that Freelancing is a good work even if you donot know anything about it in the beginning. Then this post also put some of the differences between the Entrepreneurs and Freelancers. I Think this can be very useful article to make good freelancing techniques and knowledge for new freelancers.

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Monday, December 13, 2010

8 Micro-Blogging Tools

I have been a fan of Blogging since August 2009. As I have faced many learning skills, activities in the field of Blogging so I have now been watching that the term microblogging is spreading all around the World as a light speed. Once again I got in the search of MicroBlogging keeping Blogging at another side.
First of all I'll discuss a little about Micro-Blogging and then mention the 9 MicroBlogging tools.

Article Disclaimer

Views which are expressed below in this article are generally accumulated from published material from internet especially from white papers and Wikipedia.


This is how Wikipedia describes:-
A form of blogging that allows users to write brief text updates (usually less than 200 characters) and publish them, either to be viewed by anyone or by a restricted group which can be chosenby the user

Microblogging Is a form of multimedia blogging that allows users to send brief text updates or micromedia such as photos or audio clips and publish them, either to be viewed by anyone or by a restricted group which can be chosen by the user. These messages can be submitted ba a variety of means, including text messaging, instant messaging, Email, digital audio or the web. The content of microblog differs from a traditional blog in that it is typically smaller in actual size and aggregate file size. A single entry could consist of a single sentence or fragment or an image or a brief, ten second video. But, still its purpose is similar to that of a traditional blog. Users do microblogging about particular topics that can range from the simple, such as ' What one is doing at given moment,' to the thematic topics, such as sports cars, to business topics, such as promotion of products. Many Microblogs provide short commentry on a person to person level, share news about a company's products and services, or provide logs of the events of one's life.

Now coming up to the topic,

10 Micro-Blogging Tools

Twitter is the key player in space and the company name is used synonymously with microblogging. The free service allows users to post status updates via SMS, Email, or Web Browser. What's more. Twitter has an open platform allowing third party developers to build on top of it.

Tumblr is very clean, slick microblogging platform. Its focus is on somplicity and elegance. Similar to Pownce (I'll mention Pownce later), users can share a variety of things, including text photos, quotes, links, chats, or even videos.

MoodMill is a way to express your mood or current state of being. A sliding scale faciliates this process, while a quick text update completes the personalized service.

Pownce launched microblogging platform with added functionality. On top of messaging, users can quickly and easily share links, files, or events with any or all of his/her contacts. See Pownce itself for more details

May say is what it says, instead of text updates, users can call MySay and say how they are doing today. Then, friends or family can listen via phone, Email or the Web.

Hictu is a service for video microbloggers. A webcam and a mouse click are all that is needed to create a videopost. This streamlined solution saves time and effort for traditional bloggers.

Frazr is also very similar to Twitter. The main difference is one of language. Frazr is focused primarily on the French and German Markets.

IRateMyDay allows you the ability to (Yes, you guessed it) rate your day on a scale of 'Worst' to 'Great.' Users can also provide a short text update to accompany the rating.

So these were the 9 Micro-Blogging platform, I know that I have not explained in detail, the reason is all microblogging tools have mostly same type of features.

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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Basic Blogging Tools And Services Links

I have been attracted with blogging very much. Now it is not only my part time work but it is my passion to do blogging. Blogging has become very popular activity on the Internet. It makes us learn billions of things. So, books can do the same, we learn from books too, We can also learn from Magzines, Newspapers, many type of informative products. But these things are not generated by themselves, someone uses to make them. And they require some things to be made. Like a book is made up of Papers, And its hard cover. And text and images is its content most probably. So this strategy of making is being in process every where in the World and with every things. So the Blogs are also made and are established and built. And the tools, services, guides and website which are used for blogging and its marketing I'll mention it below. But I'll only mention the links.

Open Source Software

Licensed Platform

Hosted Services
Blog News

Blog Terminology

Blog Marketing Tips

Blog Networks

Blog Design Inspirations

Blog Editing Tools

These above tools are some of the basic tools which I use in my blogging career. And I hope You will find it more helpful. This is a post which can be updated time to time.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Tips To Earning More With Adsense

AdSense has been around for awhile now and there are a lot of website owners who use it to make extra income. And, there are others who almost use the method of collecting revenue from AdSense as their sole means of income online.

Now whether you are new to AdSense or have significant experience with it, you still may have ponder the question -- How Much Can I Earn From AdSense?

For those of you that are earning revenue from AdSense, you probably want to know how to increase your earnings.

Tips to earning more with AdSense

1. Ensure that your webpages are focused on one particular topic per page. This doesn't mean that you can't have different topics on different pages but rather it is best to focus on one subject per page so that the AdSense ads that appear on that page are relevant to your topic.
2. Create more websites and blogs thus increasing your exposure which will help bring in more visitors that will potentially click on your AdSense ads. Even if your primary business is what you wish to devote most of your time to, you can still create other small blogs and sites on things that you have an interest in.
3. Location can be the key to success. Where you place your ads on your site can make a big difference. Some experts tout specific placement for maximum effect. And, it is important to not overdo it with the number of ads on your site. Just placing more ads on a page to get to maximum number can be a turn off for visitors.

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