Posts Tagged ‘Website’

Alexa Ranking as become critical in evaluating a good website today more than ever.. Alexa global traffic rank is a measure of how a website is doing relative to all other sites on the web over the past 3 months. The rank is calculated using a proprietary methodology that combines a site’s estimated average of daily unique visitors and its estimated number of pageviews over the past 3 months. They even provide a similar country-specific ranking, which is a measurement of how a website ranks in a particular country relative to other sites over the past month.

One tool i have lately found which will boost any website traffic rank genuinely is ALEXA MASTER created by dliantha a very creative developer.. Alexa master has a great community with active members from everywhere in the world who visit other websites and vote them for good rankings.

If you spend 1 USD per one visitor in an advertising campaign, you will have to spend 100 USD for 100 visitors. They come and leave. They may contact you or they may NOT. Finally, you lose 100 USD, but you may get nothing from it. If you spend those money to increase your website rank, at least you can go to top of the list of competitors. What is smart? Spending a lot of money for few visitors OR get a huge amount of visitors from us to grow your website reputation?

Yes this traffic is 100% real. They have there own community inside this website with thousands of members who use there system. Some of them are online business owners, company managers, web developers, programmers, & etc. Also freelancers (people who work at home for extra money). To earn points, they visit websites that we provide them. Then they watch those websites and vote. The vote will be a Bad Vote or a Good Vote. This will depend on your site. If your website doesn’t violate our rules, You will get Good votes. Therefore, always follow our guidelines when you promote a website.

Whats important is your alexa ranking shoots up within a matter of days as soon as you start using this system. They have Bid value which is the amount of points that you spend for a visit or for a click. Minimum bid value is 1 (One) and you can increase your Bid by considering different facts. This is what makes this website special not to make money themself but help small business owners to grow there customer base. For those regular users you can even make money surfing the websites they have in offer that some descent pocket money for online browsing.

So what are you waiting for BOOST your ALEXA WEB RANKING CLICK HERE for more info.

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Are you one of those who never Reads to the TOS of any website, but readily clicks on the ‘I agree’ button just to proceed. Some terms and conditions are valid, some are stupid, but they can also border on the absurd and cause a busload of problems, warns ET. This was widely reported about a year back – about 7,500 people unknowingly sold their souls to Brit online gaming software retailer Gamestation. As a prank, the retailer added an ‘Immortal Souls’ clause into their terms and conditions (T&C ), legally awarding them the ‘souls’ of customers who bought from them.

But when do terms and conditions become something more than standard operating procedure – when do they become ransom notes? The consumer is forced to agree to the terms in order to proceed – whether it is to use a service or install software. Take for example, the terms and conditions as stated by one of the most popular DTH service providers in India.

“We reserve the right at any time, without prior notice to you, to add or vary all or any of these terms and conditions or to replace, wholly or in part the offers made to you or to withdraw them completely.” Take a moment to read that again. By agreeing to these terms, you are literally agreeing to anything and everything they may ask of you, now or in the future, as long as you’re availing their services. There aren’t too many ways out of it, other than opting for another service provider altogether. But needless to say, we do need to start reading through the terms more often. These are some of the things to look for before you click ‘I accept’.

Photo sharing & printing websites

You own intellectual property rights to your photographs. But what happens if you upload them to a photo sharing website? Who owns them if you upload them to a stock photo site? Or to a photo printing website? In a 2011 report by thenextweb.com, it was found that several photo sharing/ printing websites retain the right to use your photographs in any way they see fit in a “perpetual and irrevocable” manner. Check before uploading.

Sharing personal info on email

Notice how the text ads in your email inbox are creepily ‘right on the money’ ? All the baby clothing store ads appear if you’ve had a baby. Camera stores appear if you’re a photographer and local restaurants pop up if you’re discussing a dinner date with a friend.

Targeted ads – especially those that are accurately targeted with location and demographics – can earn a lot of money. You, by agreeing to the terms, become the conduit.

Buying online or booking tickets

This is one area where there can be a lot of ambiguity. Do manufacturer warranties apply on products you buy online? What happens in case of a defect or if you need to return the item?

In case of airline tickets, prices are volatile, and you need to read the fine print to make sure that you can return the tickets and get a refund if you need to. Many ‘special fare tickets’ are sold on the condition that they may not be returned/refunded.

Online shopping

Did you ever give a thought to how your name and email address finds its way to various websites you never even heard of? Whenever you sign up for newsletters, sign up to comment on an article you read or sign up for a community forum, your information could be misused.

Not only will the offending website start sending you email spam (special offers, notices), they could even sell your email ID to third parties without your consent.

Free mobile apps Many so-called free apps for your smartphone or tablet are ad-supported . But read through the terms – the app could be accessing your personal information – mainly to deliver targeted ads. Also, as mobile ads will be delivered whenever the app is active, which means they count towards your data usage at the end of the month.

Protecting Twitter & Facebook accounts

Increasing trend points towards websites allowing you to sign in and start using their services, simply by using your existing Twitter or Facebook ID. The advantages are that a registration process is skipped, encouraging more users – but the website still gets to identify visitors and get more info about them. This is officially allowed using Facebook connect and Twitter Sign in.

But beware, because you might find automated posts and tweets being sent on your behalf. Check what kind of permissions you are granting to the website or app before you allow access to your Facebook or Twitter account – if it says “allow app/site to post/ send tweet” or “Grant permission to post on your behalf to Facebook”, cancel and run.

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There are two generally opposed schools of thought when it comes to free website building tools and services. The first is of the mindset that you get what you pay for; that unless you hire a professional design and development team, your business website is likely to fall short of expectations. The second theory takes a more open approach; that free website builders provide the ideal solution for constructing new sites quickly and without the headaches and costs associated with a typical site launch.

The truth, of course, lies somewhere in the middle. There can be pitfalls, to be sure, but perfectly capable, attractive and user-friendly sites are definitely attainable through the use of free website builders, especially for Web pros who have a little bit of design knowledge and know what they’re looking for. Below are some of the top providers in today’s marketplace.

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