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An Intro to Affiliate Marketing and Some Key Tips

April 24, 2010 Leave a comment

Affiliate marketing has always been a popular way for earning cash online. Usually, an affiliate program pays you for posting ad links and banners on your site. There are various affiliate programs available and most of them are free. You just have to signup with the affiliate program and the banner or ad links will be sent to you for posting on your site. You get a cut as affiliate commission whenever somebody buys the promoted product via your links.

Tips for Successful Affiliate Marketing

Always select products that you would enjoy selling. Although this may not have an effect on the commission you get, it will surely make the task of setting up your affiliate website a lot more enjoyable. Choose products from reputed manufacturers; this will get a good brand image for your website. Once you choose the right product for selling, you should also buy a domain name that is relevant to the product. Make sure that the affiliate programs you pick gives fair commissions.

See that your affiliate site content is unique and use SEO to improve the keyword usage. This will help your site to rank higher in search engine result pages, and thereby perk up the visibility for the promoted product.

If you are a newbie, you will need patience as there will be a lot of work to do. Just make sure you use proper affiliate marketing methods and you will surely get handsome affiliate commissions down the road

Categories: Seo


April 12, 2010 Leave a comment

WWE  is a publicly-traded, privately-controlled integrated media and sports entertainment company dealing in professional wrestling, with major revenue also coming from film, music, product licensing, and direct product sales. Vince McMahon is the majority owner, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of the company. Together with his wife Linda McMahon, and their children, Shane McMahon and Executive Vice President of Talent and Creative Writing, Stephanie McMahon-Levesque, the McMahons hold approximately 70% of WWE’s economic interest and 96% of the voting power in the company.

The company’s global headquarters are located in Stamford, Connecticut with offices in Los Angeles, New York City, London, Toronto, and Sydney. The company was previously known as Titan Sports before changing to World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc., and then becoming World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

WWE’s business focus is on professional wrestling, a simulated sport that consists of wrestling combined with acting and theatre. It is currently the largest professional wrestling promotion in the world and holds an extensive library of videos representing a significant portion of the visual history of professional wrestling. The promotion previously existed as the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, which promoted under the banner of the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF), and later the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). WWE promotes under two brands known as Raw and SmackDown.

Categories: Entertainment

April 10, 2010 Leave a comment

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Ngaben – The Famous Cremation Ritual of Bali

April 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Of all the great ceremonies of Hindus in Bali, the Ngaben or the corpse burning ceremony is one of the most important. This ceremony is usually accompanied by offerings and holy songs. Common belief of the Hindus is that the Ngaben or burning of the corpses will take the departed person to their dwelling place in paradise or send the departed to their next life. The Ngaben is supposedly a way of detaching the soul from all worldly attachments; moreover, it is considered a means of respecting the dead. This belief in the journey to heaven is so firm that the relatives of the deceased try to avoid crying in the graveyard, as they think that it may cause hindrance in the journey to the next world.

The Ceremony

Before conducting the ceremony, the relatives of the deceased would check with a temple priest for the best day for the dewasa. The ceremony starts with the construction of a stage for bathing (nyiramin) the dead body. Then a sarcophagus in buffalo shape (lembu) is designed for holding the corpse while burning. This sarcophagus will be taken on a procession which culminates at the village grave yard.

The relatives of the dead person will pay homage and offer prayers before the final ceremony, so that the deceased will get into heaven. Then, the dead body will be taken to the graveyard in a wadah, with traditional Balinese music and holy mantra (kidung suci). An extensive piece of white cloth (kasa) will be placed before the wadah, leading the ways for the deceased person to reach heaven. The wadah is rotated clockwise for three times whenever a crossroad is passed through – this is to make sure that the soul never returns to its worldly residence.

After reaching the burial ground, the dead body is put into the lembu. A priest chants a mantra and the people burn the lembu. The resulting ash is thrown into the sea or any nearby river. Once the ceremony is over, the family of the deceased would return to their home with the belief that soul of the dead will reincarnate back into their family sometime in the future.

That was some info on the Balinese cremation ceremony – something worth seeing during your next tour to Bali. The Ngaben is just one of the many Hindu ceremonies in Bali that you should surely have a glimpse on.

Categories: Travel

Tips for making increase blog pr

April 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Online marketing people wants to improve their blog rank with respect to search engine results.However, improving blog ranking is not the normal school kid stuff anymore. It’s now much more than just writing some mundane blog entries. It is actually a serious business, particularly if you are aiming at making money with blogging. Blog marketing is many times more powerful compared to the ordinary website marketing, and it makes sense to try and improve your blog ranking. Following are some simple steps to improve your blog rank.

Tag your Posts

This is the best time to start if you haven’t already tagged your blog posts. People can get to your blog and other interrelated media faster when the information is tagged. Even if you are writing the most resourceful blog post in your field, not a soul is going to read it unless they can get to it. So it is better to take care and tag all the posts.


Syndicating with RSS improves publicity for your blog. So put the RSS buttons in a prominent place when you are modifying your blog’s template. You can register with a good RSS tracker to track the number of readers and display that on your blog; this will persuade others to signup. Although you can simply use the feed option available in your blog, it is much better to use a special feed that can separate keyword clusters for the content you often post.


Adding comments on other blogs is a great way to send out your links to the World Wide Web. Bloggers will give you the trackbacks if the comments are useful and relevant. Don’t simply spam all the blogs on blogosphere with useless comments; your comment may get deleted. When people read a useful comment, there is a good chance that they will click through to your blog and even subscribe to your RSS feed.


Bookmarking is an easy way to improve blog ranking and get traffic. Through bookmarking, users can save and classify a personal compilation of bookmarks and also share it with others. Users can pick bookmarks already saved by others and include that in their own compilation; they can also subscribe to the lists of others. If you can’t afford to get your website bookmarked in all key bookmarking engines, at least you can have it bookmarked in a few – this will augment blog traffic in a big way.

Meet People

Social networks are there in almost every part of the internet. Joining such networks is another effective way of meeting compatible people and getting valuable links.

Follow these simple tips and your blog will soon reach top rankings on search engines.

Categories: Seo
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