Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Tell Me What To Write About?

April 13th, 2010


I was just about to write an article about some kind of website design, traffic building, or other subject and I thought why not ask YOU.

What you would like me to write about?

I’ve put a poll below with a few options, if what you need is not in the list please leave a comment with what you want to know and I’ll write about it.

If you choose something I don’t know much about via the commenting system, I’ll do some research on it and write an article as best I can.

Free Software Creates 150+ Website Backlinks

March 23rd, 2010

Hi again,

I wrote about this FREE software I’ve been using for a while now, but I did not give it the attention that is deserves.

The software is called Fast Directory Submitter and it allows you to submit your website to a whole bunch of websites quickly and easily.

It takes about 5 minutes to setup a campaign that includes all of your website details such as name, url, description & appropriate category for your website.

Next you can see a list of all the directorys that you can submit to, you can sort by PR (Page Rank), Name, Type e.t.c but I personally just like to submit to all of the directorys and I would recommend that you submit to all of the directorys also.

After selecting all of the directory that you want to submit to you click express submit and the process begins, some of the websites will require you to confirm a Capcha code but with the design of Free Directory Submitter its a breeze, you just read the code that pops up and retype it on your keyboard and hit enter. Next, Enter, Next, Enter and so on.

Once the directory submission has completed you can see a report that shows all of the successful submission and also a few failed ones which you can then go back and resubmit if required.

After a week or so you can open up the Fast Directory Submitter software and check to see which directory have accepted your submission and have your website url active on their websites.

Wow! Yes this software really is that good. I use it personally on all of my websites now.

The only thing I did not mention is the ability to upgrade this software, What do I mean upgrade?

Is this some cut down rubbish software? No

Does it only work for a few days? No

Is it loaded with Spyware? No

Popups/ Banners? No

No, No, No… It’ s honestly top quality software.

The upgrade is 100% optional and simply allows you to add more directorys to the submission list, I think the current amount is 3000+ directorys. The upgrade is very cheap considering the amount of backlinks it can produce.

Imagine submitting your site to 3000 directories, I’m sure you would see results.

I recommend you try Fast Directory Submitter and see what results you get, and then perhaps upgrade later.

Download Fast Directory Submitter Here

Your welcome to download the software and share it with as many people as you like.

Please leave your comments / questions below, feel free to share your results.

You’re welcome to share this article so long as you link back here.

Thanks for reading


P.S We’ve secured you a great deal on campaign upgrades, be sure to get them here at the lowest price.

How to create a website Part 2 – The Hosting

November 2nd, 2009

See the previous article How to create a website part 1 – The Domain Name

This article explains the various types of website hosting. Detailing what you may need for your website, how much to pay e.t.c.

I’m only going to be talking about managed hosted servers, i.e the hosting 99% people use for normal websites.

Note: If you currently have domains names registered, I would recommend using their hosting services to reduce complications.

Okay lets get started.

What is a managed website hosting server?

The web host server simply provides your website to anybody that types in your domain name. Your domain name points to a location on a web host server and this location would normally have your website in it.

The first thing you need to do is work out exactly what you want from your website hosting provider. If you don’t have any specific need for Microsoft Hosting to use Access or Visual basic scripts then you should choose Linux/Unix hosting service.

Most hosting providers provide pretty much the same features for example

Small Package:- Webspace 5GB, Bandwith 5GB, Email Accounts 10, Sub Domains 10, …

Medium Package:- Webspace 10GB, Bandwith 10GB, Email Accounts 20, Sub Domains 20, …

Large Package:- Webspace 20GB, Bandwith 20GB, Email Accounts 50, Sub Domains 50, …

I would generally recommend purchasing the smallest package and then upgrade at a later date if you need to, almost every hosting package is on a 12 month subscription. Its always easier to upgrade than downgrade to a smaller cheaper package.

Okay so what do all the features do?

Webspace: The amount of webspace provided on the server, most websites are very small about 200mb for a average site.

Bandwith / Traffic allowance: This is the amount of data that you are providing to people, webpage use little bandwith and videos use lots of bandwith. Youtube for example use a large amount of bandwith because of the big files and the high number of users.

My SQL Databases: Many websites depend on my sql databases for features such as forums, blogs, forms customer forms, ecommerce and more. A single my sql database can be used for multiple features but if you have heavy usage then it would be better to split to load over several my sql databases.

Customer Service: I highly recommend choosing a host in your local country with 24 Hour telephone support, from time to time you will need to contact them for problems you never expect to occur. I recently lost secure encryption on one of my domains than should of automatically renewed. A phone call fixed the problem.

Cost: The cost varies greatly, some company provide very cheap domains with more expensive hosting and some vice versa. Shop around and see what offers you can get but try not to be suckered in by stuff you don’t need. A typical medium package should not cost more than $9.99 a month.

All of the hosting providers will have a huge list of all the features their package has, but they are all pretty much the same, they all do the same things.

The stuff above is the important parts.

Comments welcome,



Buying Up Digital Real Estate For Free

October 18th, 2009


I just wanted to let you know that you are missing out on the opportunity to claim large amounts of digital real estate for free. And if you don’t your competitors may claim your share.

What is Digital Real Estate?

To be honest I just made the term up and I’m not sure if people even use this phrase, digital real estate is anything online that has an address or location. One that you can lay claim to!  A really good example would be a domain name such as


With so many massive companies or small companies going massive overnight means lots of new real estate is now available for free, for example with facebook you have the option to create a fan/business page and once created this page becomes part of your digital real estate empire which you control and its important to note that the search engines index these pages and they can rank very HIGHLY.

You need to claim your piece of the pie for each and every single video site, social networking, social book marking, directories, blog directories,…Everywhere you can think of.

If you don’t have the time to do them all at least do these few,,

You need to stamp your name on all of these websites, the benefits are countless for example:-

Backlinks, google indexed pages, increased traffic, increased page rank…

but the only thing you need to consider is what if somebody claimed and then uploaded all sorts of un-mentionable videos with a link to your website, I’m sure you could file a lawsuit but the damage would of already been done.

Claim your Digital Real Estate Now!

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P.S I’ve just done a search on google to see if the term “Digital Real Estate” was being used, the search produced 173 Million results but I noticed in 8th Place of all those results.

Notice the Twitter real estate I’ve been taking about? You really do need to do this.

Digital Realestate (digitalrealest) on Twitter

Bringing The Real World to the Web. Name Digital Realestate; Web http://www.digita… Bio Bringing The Real World to the Web – CachedSimilar

Using Free Reports to Build Your List

October 9th, 2009

Aside from pre-selling your products and affiliated offers, the other purpose of your free viral report should be to build your mailing list.

This is because if you are unable to pre-sell, let alone sell, the products and services featured in your free report, the last ditch effort should be to collect leads. In short, if you cannot convert the reader into a ready buyer, you should then attempt to convert him or her into your subscriber.

In that manner, you can still follow up with your reader on future offers and have a chance at converting him or her into your customer, preferably lifetime.

You can do so by offering a lifetime update to your report or a unique notification list your reader will be interested in subscribing to, which leads to having him or her subscribed to your mailing list.

One of the few success factors in viral marketing of your free report is quality. If your readers find your information worth sharing, and you encourage them to do so by giving them the right to give your report away for free, you will be able to have your name, status and links within the report passed around without any effort on your part – simply because others are willing to do so for you!