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15 Ways to Efficient Time Management

15 Ways to Efficient Time Management
15 Ways to Efficient Time Management How to stop procrastination and get things done on time? Stop being a perfectionist Break your task down to lessen the sense of being overwhelmed Set specific deadline for your task Eliminate distractions around you Create a stress free work environment Ask for help to handle the challenges that stop you from getting started Remind yourself of the end goal Tell others about your goal Have positive thinking Here is an excellent Infographic on “15 Ways to Manage Your Time Wisely” created by  Donna A. Norton, Writer and Blogger that talks about good and wise time management.   These time management techniques can boost your efficiency and shorten your to-do-list 1. The POMODORO technique Create periods of intense focus and reduce procrastination Choose a task that deserves your complete attention Set a timer for 25 minutes Work on the task-uninterrupted-until the timer rings. Put a check mark on a piece of paper Take a five minute break Set the timer for another 25 minutes, again putting a check mark on a piece of paper. Record how many intervals it takes you to complete certain tasks When you complete four intervals, take a longer break of 20–30 minutes Repeat until you finish your task Very Practical and Workable Time Management Techniques 2. Eat that Frog 3. The Action Method...
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Why Cyber Security Might be the Right Career for You

Why Cyber Security Might be the Right Career for You
Why Cyber Security Might be the Right Career for You Cyber security plays a role in almost everything you perform online right from shopping and sending emails to banking. Cyber threats cover a wide range of malicious activities that can occur through cyber space. Such threats include website defacement, espionage, theft of intellectual property, denial of service attacks and destructive malware. Cyber Crime related advisory services It has become a major concern over the past few years as hackers have infiltrated the IT infrastructure and governments and enterprises with increasing frequency and cleverness. The growth of mobile and loT devices will increase exposure of a cyber security hack and enterprises and governments are preparing themselves. The costs associated with these data breaches continue to rise and the companies and countries are forced to invest more in cyber security to ward off increasing threats. Have you thought of becoming a cyber security professional to get a strong foot hold in this fast growing industry? With openings for analysts, developers, programmers and more, there are innumerable opportunities. Check out the following attributes generally related with these careers to find out if you are cut for a job in cyber security. You are a gadget addict You like to solve problems like Sudoku You are not overwhelmed by complex situations You enjoy saving the day You have a wild imagination You are a good listener Multi-tasking is your natural ability You are a team player Staying ahead of the learning curve is where you want to be You pay attention to even minute details If any of the traits sound more like you, cyber security could be the specialty you’re seeking. The skills are indeed crucial, but who you are as a person, what you enjoy doing and how you handle certain situations contribute to building a successful career. The company SolarWinds compiled this list of tips together to make it much harder for companies to be compromised.   Cyber Security Skills Gap Increase in demand: The demand for cyber security professionals has grown more than 3.5 times faster than the demand for other I.T jobs over the past five years. The filed of cyber security has increased more than 12 times faster than the demand for all other NON I.T jobs. The Complete Cyber Security Course : Hackers Exposed! There was an estimated need for over 3,30,000 new I.T security professionals worldwide over the past year. There was 73%  increase in information security job postings in the past five years in the U.S compared to the average of 6% increase for all jobs. The Absolute Beginners Guide to Information & Cyber Security 88% of organizations say qualified security staff is important. Start a Successful Security Career 56% feel they have too few information security workers to manage threats right now. Let alone an increase of threats in future. Computer Hacker and Forensic Investigator Training 35% say they would hire additional security professionals but find it hard to get qualified people The Internet Security Guide Only 15% of I.T and business leaders are very confident that they have the security related skill sets needed to combat evolving threats. CCNA Cyber Ops 210-250 (SECFND) + Kali Linux Hacking Tools Over 60% believe the growing scope and complexity of I.T security can make comprehensive security very difficult in the near future....
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Top Ten Tips for Affiliates

Top Ten Tips for Affiliates
Affiliate Marketing- An Introduction to those who are new to the line! Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts. The industry has four core players: the merchant (also known as ‘retailer’ or ‘brand’), the network (that contains offers for the affiliate to choose from and also takes care of the payments), the publisher (also known as ‘the affiliate’), and the customer. Maven – Clip, Share, Earn. The market has grown in complexity, resulting in the emergence of a secondary tier of players, including affiliate management agencies, super-affiliates and specialized third party vendors. Affiliate marketing overlaps with other Internet marketing methods to some degree, because affiliates often use regular advertising methods. Those methods include organic search engine optimization (SEO), paid search engine marketing (PPC – Pay Per Click), e-mail marketing, content marketing and in some sense display advertising. On the other hand, affiliates sometimes use less orthodox techniques, such as publishing reviews of products or services offered by a partner. Affiliate marketing is commonly confused with referral marketing, as both forms of marketing use third parties to drive sales to the retailer. However, both are distinct forms of marketing and the main difference between them is that affiliate marketing relies purely on financial motivations to drive sales while referral marketing relies on trust and personal relationships to drive sales. Affiliate marketing is frequently overlooked by advertisers. While search engines, e-mail, and website syndication capture much of the attention of online retailers, affiliate marketing carries a much lower profile. Still, affiliates continue to play a significant role in e-retailers’ marketing strategies. Tip Number One: Choose an affiliate program that best suits your website or blog content. Tip Number Two: Don’t spam social media networking sites with your affiliate links. Tip Number Three: Choose wisely before joining an affiliate program because you would end up wasting your time and energy working for nothing. Tip Number Four: You need to pull enormous crowd to your blog for which your site has to be “Content-Rich“. Tip Number Five: Use shortened links to make your affiliate links not-so-obvious, ELSE you might end up losing followers and fans. Tip Number Six: Promote products with maximum revenue generation in the form of commissions. Tip Number Seven: Facebook though a best platform to promote, as it imbibes html codes and iframe syntax, in my opinion, twitter brings you more web traffic and in turn affiliate clicks. Tip Number Eight: You have to understand that it is not wise to fill the web page with too much of affiliate clutter, as it might work the otherway round. Yes, it will be a traffic driver out of your website or a blog. Tip Number Nine: The best way is to experiment with affiliate mix and match combination and Google Ad sense is by far the best as it sends suitable ads that matches your content. Tip Number Ten: Patience is the key to success. If somebody wants more idea on affiliate marketing, kindly contact me at managementguru.net@gmail.com     This month the discussion is all about PASSIVE INCOME through Affiliate Marketing, Info Products, Online Training, Ebooks, CD’s and DVD’s. 5 WAYS TO GET PAID MULTIPLE TIMES FOR THE SAME WORK Here are five ways you can move from producing active income to producing passive income: Could you turn your expertise into a product? Yes, you are an expert. There are things you know or know how to do that you take for granted. You assume every one knows what you know. They don’t. Other people would happily pay you for your knowledge. Could you turn a series of blog posts or podcasts into an e-book or book? People will pay for the convenience of having your content all in one...
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Keep Making Awesome Viral Content

Keep Making Awesome Viral Content
Keep Making Awesome Viral Content “The first lesson in constructing viral content is having the strength, courage, and self-confidence to get in touch with your own feelings, thinking about what profoundly affects you. Ultimately virility is all about helping others express their reluctantly shared feelings while doing so from a safe distance.” Ken Poirot, Go Viral!...
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How to Find Profitable Long Tail Keywords

How to Find Profitable Long Tail Keywords
How to Find Profitable Long Tail Keywords Did you know 70% of search traffic comes from LONG TAIL KEYWORDS where the focus is on intent and search user needs. New SEO techniques embark their focus on long tail searches to increase conversion rates and enhance performance metrics. Keyword Research The first step in any professional campaign is to do some keyword research and analysis. Keywords are phrases that people coin to find what they are looking for online. So, the wise thing to do is to write blog posts around a particular keyword phrase rather than a single keyword. You have to think like a common man when you want to promote your product. For example, if you are offering info on weight loss, you might want to specify the keyword phrase in such a manner to target the right audience looking for that particular information. See the following screenshot: How beautifully Google search gives you a clear idea on the popular search terms keyed in by people while looking for weight loss info is simply amazing… You can start from here to narrow down your keyword phrase and expand your ideas around it. Your focus should be on creating content to provide real value to the audience. And also focus on the audience it will attract. Why Long Tail Keywords are Important for SEO? Long–tail keywords are more specific keyword phrases that visitors are more likely to use when they’re closer to a point-of-purchase. Is a good product alone is sufficient for the selling to happen? A BIG NO. You might be having a good product, a great service, but does the world knows about it? Did you know, most of the users don’t  like to visit the second page of Google search? Such is the ferocity  of competition now-a-days and SEO optimizes your content to make search engines love your web pages. getin How to find Profitable Long Tail Keywords? It is much easier to rank for long tail keywords than for more common keywords. Another benefit is  that, although these keywords are used less in search, the visitor that finds your website using them is more likely to buy your service or product. If for example, a user intends to purchase a running shoes online, see the keyword variants offered by leading online giants to get listed in the first page of Google. “Running shoes for men” is the most common keyword phrase supplemented by “sports shoes” + “best prices” to attract target customers. Following are some of the best tools for finding long-tail keywords in any niche.  1. Google Search: 2. Answerthepublic: 3. Google Auto Suggest: 4. Uber Suggest: 5. Long Tail Pro: 6. Quora: Some of the questions asked in this platform are high volume keyword themselves, while others might help you in brain storming new ideas for your niche-related topics. Other useful but little known tools: Google Correlate Google Webmaster Tools Google Trends Scrapebox Keywordtool.io Soovle HitTail WordTracker Keyword Tool Bing Keyword Research Tool Leave your comments...
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