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Thursday, April 17, 2014

12 Things to Do Before Applying for Google Adsense

I know many of you want to make some good money with adsense right? 
But it’s not easy to get into adsense program now a days. You have to do few things before applying for adsense.
Google Adsense is world’s larges Ads Network and works at Pay Per Click system. It’s paying rates are better than all of other networks which is the biggest reason it is so popular to all Bloggers and Webmasters. But since everybody is running behind them, they have made the approval system very strict. You make little mistakes and get disapproved every time. So you need a complete guidance and list of thing that you need to do before applying for Google Adsense and supposing that you are ready.
12 Things to Do Before Applying for Google Adsense

12 Things to Do Before Applying for Google Adsense

1. Privacy Policy :

One of the common mistakes that every Blogger makes and that I made many times before finally getting approved. Even though there are people out there who say that having a Privacy Policy for a Blog doesn’t makes sense but they are wrong.
A Privacy actually describes to your readers about what they will get on your Blog , what they should do and what they should not. So obviously there is nothing bad in having a Privacy Policy. While it can affect somehow on your Adsense Approval, you must give it a try. You can write it yourself or find Privacy Policy Generators online (You don’t need a lawyer anyway).

2. About Page

An About has major role and importance if you don’t want to apply for Adsense. But when it comes to Adsense, they are about Zero chances of getting approved if you are not showing this page.About page simply describes about you and your Blog . This will not only help you establish a relationship with readers but it will also make them trust upon you.

3. Contact Us Page

It’s quite obvious that everyone has his/her own opinion. What one of your readers likes may be bothering someone else. Than it is better to give them opportunity to speak up to you and tell how they feel about your Blog, what they want to be edited , what they liked or hated.
It will also show the Google Adsense Team that is viewing your site that you actually care about your readers and not only the money and Adsense.

4. Name/ Email Verification

Make sure to put you Name and Email address in some easily visible area like About Me and Contact Us pages. It will confirm to Google Adsense Team that it is the same person who applied for Adsense and not some spam, crappy bots.

5. Age Verification

I’m really laughing out typing this. ;)
Why?
Because this is where I encountered a problem. Instead of 18, I accidentally published my age as 17 while on Adsense Application Form, it was accurately 18.
Hence there started a problem . Because Google Adsense is not for under 18 people. I realized this problem after being disproved a few times without any legitimate reason. So I advice you to be accurate while typing your age.

6. Minimum Number of Posts

There is no exact answer. Not even one. Because I have seen very established Blogs with 400+ posts and their owner telling me that Google Adsense is rejecting them while somewhere ,people with 40,50 posts are enjoying making money. Exactly what I said that there is no actual answer. However, we can always predict things. According to my experience , you should only apply after you have more than 70 posts. Posts length should must be 500+ words too.
Read : Difference Between Short Length Post Vs Length Posts – What’s Best?

7. Design

Your Blog is the biggest thing after Content. This represents your expertise ,experience and Professionalism. So be careful because anything can kill your Chances.

8. Content Type

Be careful with what type of content you are publishing. Because it is something that truly matters. Google Adsense is not for Pornographic, Illegal Items, Drugs or other Blogs / Sites like that. Also Adsense team won’t be willing to allow you to step in if you own a Non English Blog. Having posts shorter than 300 words in length is also Red Signal.

9. Providing Value

Don’t complain about not making money and don’t clearly state that your are Blogging for Money only and have no other interest in it. Because this will show them that you will not be providing values to your readers any day. Hence another Red Light glows up.

10. Top Level Domain

12 Things to Do Before Applying for Google Adsense
Those are gone far away when Adsense used to approve “Blogspot” and “WordPress.com” Blogs. As for today, you must have your own unique domain that specifies your Blog. If you don’t have one yet, stop dreaming about getting approved with Sub domains and go buy a Top Level Domain.
Another important thing about domain is it’s age. Because for most of Asian Countries, Adsense has placed an age restriction. They don’t accept any sites before they are 6 months old.

11. Other Ad Networks

If you have any other Ads placed like Chitika, Clicksor or anything, it’s time to drop them off.
Even Google Adsense allows you to use other Ad Networks along with them, it’s better to remove the ads before Applying and don’t put them back until you get a reply from Adsense Team.

12. Paid Traffic 

Google hates the sites that are getting Paid traffic and mostly penalizes them so there is not a damn chance of getting Adsense Approval letter for a site that is getting paid traffic. You can bring traffic from Search Engines or any other way you want but if you want to earn via Google Adsense the right way, paid traffic is not a solution.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

How to remove “powered by Blogger”












As we all know Blogger is a free and widely used blogging platform and we are providing more tips and tricks for beginners. Here we will see about a simple trick on how to remove “powered by Blogger” attribution from your Blogger blog. People who are using Blogger platform will have this powered by Blogger attribution below their blog. It comes by default in every template and it is an official representation for Blogger. Removing powered by Blogger attribution is simple. Just follow this step by step tutorial on how to remove powered by Blogger attribution using new HTML editor.

How to remove powered by Blogger attribution

  1. Go to Blogger.com and login to your Blogger profile
  2. Select  your blog that you wish to remove this attribute
  3. Now go to template and click edit HTML
    How to remove powered by Blogger attribute
  4. Here drop-down “jump to widget” option and from that list selectAttribution1 as highlighted below
    how to remove powered by Blogger attribution
  5. Now in the editor press ctrl + F and find for this line <b:widget id=’Attribution1′ locked=’true’ title=” type=’Attribution’>
    How to remove powered by Blogger attribution
  6. Now replace the locked=’true’ in to locked=’false’ as you can see highlighted below
    How to remove powered by Blogger attribution
  7. Once done click save template
  8. Now go to layout option and at the below you can see attribution gadget, click edit.
  9. In that popup window click remove and you are done
    How to remove powered by Blogger attribution
Now go and view your site where you won’t see the “powered by Blogger” attribution.
Your copyright text is also removed along with powered by Blogger attribution. To add copyright text just click add a gadget in layout settings select HTML/JavaScript, add your copyright text and drag and drop it below. Removing this powered by Blogger attribution adds uniqueness to your blog and it shows your professionalism. Hope this helped you on how to remove powered by Blogger attribution.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Open RAR File / Extract RAR Files Under Linux or UNIX


RAR files are in compressed archive format, if you have downloaded rar files from the Internet, you need to unpack or unrar them (extract rar files). RAR is a proprietary file format for data compression and archiving, developed by Eugene Roshal. The command used to extract these files is called "unrar". By default, unrar is not being installed on Linux, FreeBSD or UNIX like operating system. You can install unrar command with the help of apt-get or yum command. 

Install unrar command

Under Debian or Ubuntu Linux, you need to type apt-get command as follows to install unrar program:
# apt-get install unrar
If you are using Fedora core Linux / CentOS / RHEL, use yum command as follows :
# yum install unrar
If you are using FreeBSD, enter:
# pkg_add -v -r unrar
If any of above, methods is not working for you, download binary package from official rarlab site:
$ cd /tmp
$ wget http://www.rarlab.com/rar/rarlinux-3.6.0.tar.gz
Next, untar file, enter:
$ tar -zxvf rarlinux-3.6.0.tar.gz
Both unrar and rar commands are located in rar sub-directory. Just cd to rar directory, type:
$ cd rar
$ ./unrar
Now copy rar and unrar file to /bin directory, type:
# cp rar unrar /bin

HowTo: Use unrar Command

The unrar command supports various options, below are common options that you need to for extracting files.

Task: Exreact rar (unpack) File

To extract file.rar file into the current directory, enter:
$ unrar e file.rar

Task: List (l) file inside rar archive:

$ unrar l file.rar

Task: To extract (x) files with full path type command:

$ unrar x file.rar
(D) To test (t) integrity of archive, file type command:
$ unrar t file.rar

How do I open rar file under MS-Windows XP/NT/2000/7/8?

  • If you are using MS-Windows XP / 7 / 8, download Winrar. It is free download (free to try License) software.

How To Add Auto Read More Button With Thumbnail in Blogger Blog?


Hello Friends! Hope that all of you are doing well. Today I have an important feature of Blogger to share with you. This feature is ‘Read More’ function.  Read More option enables us to show the some portion of the blog posts on the home page of blog or on the indexed or label pages. This is helpful feature because it is better to show more posts on the home page rather than showing a full lengthy single post.

This feature is coming inbuilt the new Blogger templates. But many Blogger Templates do not contain this feature and they show the full post on the blog or we have to manually add read more (Jump Break) between posts. Below I published the steps and code to add automatic read more option with thumbnail in your Blogger Template.

Auto Read More Button With Thumbnail.

  • First of all login into your Blogger account and select your blog.
  • Then go to Template > Edit HTML option.
  • Find the </head> tag in your template by pressing Ctrl + F.
  • Copy and paste the below given codes just above the founded tag.
<!-- Auto read more script Start -->
<script type='text/javascript'>
var thumbnail_mode = "yes"; //yes -with thumbnail, no -no thumbnail
summary_noimg = 430; //summary length when no image
summary_img = 340; //summary length when with image
img_thumb_height = 200;
img_thumb_width = 200;
</script>
<script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
function removeHtmlTag(strx,chop){
if(strx.indexOf("<")!=-1)
{
var s = strx.split("<");
for(var i=0;i<s.length;i++){
if(s[i].indexOf(">")!=-1){
s[i] = s[i].substring(s[i].indexOf(">")+1,s[i].length);
}
}
strx =  s.join("");
}
chop = (chop < strx.length-1) ? chop : strx.length-2;
while(strx.charAt(chop-1)!=' ' && strx.indexOf(' ',chop)!=-1) chop++;
strx = strx.substring(0,chop-1);
return strx+'...';
}
function createSummaryAndThumb(pID){
var div = document.getElementById(pID);
var imgtag = "";
var img = div.getElementsByTagName("img");
var summ = summary_noimg;
        if(thumbnail_mode == "yes") {
if(img.length>=1) { imgtag = '<span style="float:left; padding:0px 10px 5px 0px;"><img src="'+img[0].src+'" width="'+img_thumb_width+'px" height="'+img_thumb_height+'px"/></span>';
summ = summary_img;
}
}
var summary = imgtag + '<div>' + removeHtmlTag(div.innerHTML,summ) + '</div>';
div.innerHTML = summary;
}
//]]>
</script>
<!-- Auto read more script End -->
  • Now find this code: <data:post.body/>
  • Replace this code with the code given below:
<!-- Auto read more Start -->
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'>
<data:post.body/>
<b:else/>
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;static_page&quot;'>
<data:post.body/>
<!-- http://www.hififun.net -->
<b:else/>
<div expr:id='&quot;summary&quot; + data:post.id'><data:post.body/></div>
<script type='text/javascript'> createSummaryAndThumb(&quot;summary<data:post.id/>&quot;);
</script>
<a class='more' expr:href='data:post.url'>Read more ...</a>
</b:if>
</b:if>
<!-- Auto read more End -->
  • Replace all if there is more than one code.
  • Save your template by clicking the Save button.
  • Done!
Test the working of this code by visiting to your blog.

Customization

If you want to customize the read more button with thumbnail then make the changes as explained below:

  • thumbnail_mode - change its value to ‘Yes’ if you want to show thumbnails along with post texts.
  • summary_img – Specify the number of characters you want to show with the thumbnail.
  • summary_noimg – Specify the number of characters you want to show without the thumbnail.
  • img_thumb_height and img_thumb_width -specify the thumbnail height and width (in pixels).
  • If you want to show something else instead of Read More text then you can change it with your own text.
I hope that this tutorial is helpful for you. If you are facing any problem or want to share your own experience then please explain it the comments bellow.

Thanks!

Monday, April 14, 2014

WiMAX and Wi-Fi Comparison








WiMAX is similar to the wireless standard known as Wi-Fi, but on a much larger scale and at faster speeds. A nomadic version would keep WiMAX-enabled devices connected over large areas, much like today.s cell phones. We can compare it with Wi-Fi based on the following factors.

IEEE Standards:

Wi-Fi is based on IEEE 802.11 standard where as WiMAX is based on IEEE 802.16. However, both are IEEE standards.

Range:

Wi-Fi typically provides local network access for around a few hundred feet with speeds of up to 54 Mbps, a single WiMAX antenna is expected to have a range of up to 40 miles with speeds of 70 Mbps or more. As such, WiMAX can bring the underlying Internet connection needed to service localWi-Fi networks.

Scalability:

Wi-Fi is intended for LAN applications, users scale from one to tens with one subscriber for each CPE device. Fixed channel sizes (20MHz).
WiMAX is designed to efficiently support from one to hundreds of Consumer premises equipments (CPE)s, with unlimited subscribers behind each CPE. Flexible channel sizes from 1.5MHz to 20MHz.

Bit rate:

Wi-Fi works at 2.7 bps/Hz and can peak up to 54 Mbps in 20 MHz channel.
WiMAX works at 5 bps/Hz and can peak up to 100 Mbps in a 20 MHz channel.

Quality of Service:

Wi-Fi does not guarantee any QoS but WiMax will provide your several level of QoS.
As such, WiMAX can bring the underlying Internet connection needed to service local Wi-Fi networks. Wi-Fi does not provide ubiquitous broadband while WiMAX does.

Comparison Table:

FreatureWiMax
(802.16a)
Wi-Fi
(802.11b)
Wi-Fi
(802.11a/g)
Primary
Application
Broadband Wireless
Access
Wireless LANWireless LAN
Frequency BandLicensed/Unlicensed
2 G to 11 GHz
2.4 GHz ISM2.4 GHz ISM (g)
5 GHz U-NII (a)
Channel
Bandwidth
Adjustable
1.25 M to 20 MHz
25 MHz20 MHz
Half/Full DuplexFullHalfHalf
Radio TechnologyOFDM
(256-channels)
Direct Sequence
Spread Spectrum
OFDM
(64-channels)
Bandwidth
Efficiency
<=5 bps/Hz<=0.44 bps/Hz<=2.7 bps/Hz
ModulationBPSK, QPSK,
16-, 64-, 256-QAM
QPSKBPSK, QPSK,
16-, 64-QAM
FECConvolutional Code
Reed-Solomon
NoneConvolutional Code
EncryptionMandatory- 3DES
Optional- AES
Optional- RC4
(AES in 802.11i)
Optional- RC4
(AES in 802.11i)
MobilityMobile WiMax
(802.16e)
In developmentIn development
MeshYesVendor
Proprietary
Vendor Proprietary
Access ProtocolRequest/GrantCSMA/CACSMA/CA

How to Transfer files from Android to Windows Computer

At present, Android OS and Android phones are very popular and handy to use. With so many developed apps you can do more things with it. You can use your Android phones as a storage device with so many photos, music, videos and many more. In this situation, there is a definite chance of losing important files accidentally.

When this happen, many people may choose "Android file transfer" to backup your important files to pc, but the program for Mac users only. If you are a Windows user, and want to get a program as "Android file transfer for Windows", you are get the right place. We recommend MobileGo for Android, it is an android manager by which you can manage your android device files from your PC, and it can transfer files from your Android Device to PC easily.

download win version

Note: If you are a Mac user, and feel the Android file transfer (Mac) is suck, no problem, you can Download MobileGo for Android (Mac) here, it is the best alternative to Android file transfer.



More feature about Wondershare MobileGo for Android

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1. MobileGo can backup everything that's important on your phone onto PC. This includes SMS logs, catalogs, videos, music, photos, apps, contacts.

2. If you want to restore it all again, you can restore all or selected backed-up files to your Android phone with a click.

3. Freely transfer any of your favorite movies and music files from PC to your phone without worrying about the compatibility of file formats.

4. Easily import iTunes playlists to your Android phone or export the music back to your iTunes library.

5. Transfer & Edit Your Contacts Freely: You can import/export contacts from vCard files, Outlook Express, Windows Address Book, Windows Mail and Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, you can find duplicate contacts, you can add new contacts via PC.

6. Desktop SMS Assistant: You can text the same message to all your friends from you PC all in one go. You can import messages in .xml format from computer to your device or export text messages from device to computer as .xml or .txt files; You can hang up or reply with a message directly from your computer.

7. Manage Your Apps: Install/Export/Move/Share Apps.

8. One Click to download apps and videos from Google Play and YouTube.

9. Collect your favorite websites to MobileGo and visit them more conveniently then usual.