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10 Ways You Can Make Money Online |VIDEO|

10 Ways You Can Make Money Online |VIDEO|

Discover 10 ways you can make money online in a legit and quick manner. Online surveys…Paid for searching the web…Social Investment Networks…Sell your notes…Review websites & apps for cash…Get Paid To’ sites.

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7 Ways on How to Make Money Blogging

7 Ways on How to Make Money Blogging
How to make money blogging 1. Pay Per Click What is PPC? PPC stands for pay–per–click, a model of internet marketing in which advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked. Essentially, it’s a way of buying visits to your site, rather than attempting to “earn” those visits organically. Search engine advertising is one of the most popular forms ofPPC. The basic idea of pay per click (PPC) is putting banners or text ads somewhere in your blog, and when a visitor clicks on these ads, you get a commission. That commission is based from the price of keywords that the advertisers are bidding for. For better understanding, let’s take Google AdSense for example. Google is allowing independent publishers(bloggers like you) to apply their website for Google AdSense so they could have a chance to create a source of income out of their blog. Once approved, you’ll be given access to their dashboard where you can generate codes you can embed in your website to display ads, and when your visitors click on that ad, you earn commissions. Surely, there were other alternative ppc ad network manager out there like Chitika, Infolinks, VigLink etc. However, in my opinion, Google AdSense so far is the best pay per click ads manager that you can apply with since some bloggers here and there are saying that it is the best existing ad network out there to monetize any website (as long as they comply with Google AdSense Program Policy or adhere to Webmaster Quality Guidelines). PPC with Google AdWords + Facebook Advertising + YouTube Ads 2. Private Advertising What is private advertising? Private advertising is allowing independent companies or other bloggers to buy an ad space on your website. The price is fixed, completely negotiable and payment is usually per month. However, before engaging your website to this type of advertisement, make sure that your blog receives a decent amount of traffic. Those traffic should also be your genuine followers. When I say genuine followers, those who might have followed you and your blog posts from time to time, those in your list, and the visitors you receive from organic traffic. SEO Master Course – Get Tons of Free, Organic Search Traffic 3. Solo Ads What is a solo ad? A solo ad is a one time email blast you buy from a vendor that has created a “list” of people they have collected. Put simply, some internet marketers will accept payment in exchange for sending an email you have written to their mailing list. Just in case you’re not familiar with this advertising method, a solo ad is a one time email blast you sell to a buyer who wants to advertise to your subscribers or to your email list. I call it – ‘the backdoor selling’. Solo ads technique is usually employed by marketers. Fortunately, it’s not entirely exclusive for B2B(business to business) blogs. For example, if your blog is about “dog training” and you’ve built an impressive email list of dog lovers, you surely are eligible to try this approach. You may sell solo ads to vendors who sell stuffs about dog training. Probably eBooks, video course, or whatever products they sell related to dog training, you may consider using solo ads technique. Solo Ads Secrets: Elevate Your Business Without a List 4. Affiliate marketing What is affiliate marketing? Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. You find a product you like, promote it to others, and earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make. One of the most popular method...
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Top 50 Marketing Quotes

Top 50 Marketing Quotes
  1. “Good branding without a good business plan is like prettying up a duck with no feathers.  It may look good but it ain’t gonna fly.”  Paul Provost, August 2010 2. “For a business not to advertise is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing but no one else does.” Stuartt H. Britt, US advertising consultant 3. “The objective of all advertising is to buy new customers at a profit. Learn what your customers cost and what they buy…spend all of your ammunition where it counts.” Claude Hopkins-Scientific Advertising (1923) 4. “Nobody counts the number of ads you run; they just remember the impression you make.”– Bill Bernbach 5. “Nobody reads ads. People read what interests them, and sometimes it’s an ad.”- Howard Luck Gossage 6. “The only people who care about advertising are the people who work in advertising”– George Parker 7. “In advertising, not to be different is virtually suicidal” – Bill Burnbach 8. “Don’t find customers for your product. Find products for your customers” – Seth Godin. 9. “Give them quality. That’s the best kind of advertising.” – Milton Hershey 10. “If you can’t explain it to a six year old, you don’t understand it well enough yourself” – Albert Einsteen 11. “If you want to understand how a lion hunts, don’t go to the zoo. Go to the jungle.” – Jim Stengal 12.“The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.”– Peter Drucker 13. “In our factory, we make lipstick. In our advertising, we sell hope.”-Peter Nivio Zarlenga 14. “I don’t know the rules of grammar… If you’re trying to persuade people to do something, or buy something, it seems to me you should use their language, the language they use every day, the language in which they think. We try to write in the vernacular.”– David Ogilvy 15. “Don’t tell me how good you make it; tell me how good it makes me when I use it.” – Leo Burnett 16. “On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar.” – David Ogilvy 17. “People spend money when and where they feel good” – Walt Disney 18. “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted, and the problem is I do not know which half.” Lord Leverhulme, British founder of Unilever and philanthropist 19. “In marketing I’ve seen only one strategy that can’t miss — and that is to market to your best customers first, your best prospects second and the rest of the world last.” –  John Romero 20. “The philosophy behind much advertising is based on the old observation that every man is really two men — the man he is and the man he wants to be.” – William Feather 21. “In order for you to profit from your mistakes, you have to go out and make some.”-  Unknown 22. “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” –  Woody Allen 23. “Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.” – Japanese Proverb 24. “They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” – Carl W. Buechner 25. ”There is nothing more difficult for a truly creative painter than to paint a rose, because before he can do so he has first to forget all the roses that were ever painted.” –  Henri Matisse 26. “Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication” –  Leonardo Da Vinci 27. Business has only...
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Forecasting Part 1

Forecasting Part 1
Objectives of Forecasting The objective of this post is to impart some light on the uses and importance of forecasting and to get you acquainted with various forecasting techniques. And also to know how these techniques are used in decision making process. Nature of Forecast: A forecast is an estimate of an event which will happen in future – be it, demand of a product, rainfall at a particular place, population of a country, or growth of a technology. It is estimated based on the past data related to a particular event and hence it is not a deterministic quantity. In any industrial enterprise, forecasting is the first level decision activity before consolidating other decision problems like, materials planning, scheduling, type of production system. Forecasting provides a basis for co-ordination of plans for activities in various units of a company. All the functional managers in any organization will base their decision on the forecast value. So, it provides vital information for that organization. Classification of forecasts: Technology forecasts Economic forecasts Demand forecasts Technology Forecast Technology is a combination of hardware and software. Hardware is any physical product while software is the know-how, technique or procedure. Technology forecast deals with certain characteristics like level of technical performance, rate of technological advances. It is a prediction of the future characteristics of useful machines, products, process, procedures or techniques. TIFAC – Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council is an autonomous organization set up in 1988 under the Department of Science & Technology. In 1993, TIFAC embarked upon the major task of formulating a Technology Vision for the country in various emerging technology areas. Economic Forecast Government agencies and other organizations involve in collecting data and prediction of estimate on the general business environment. This involves the application of statistical models utilizing variables sometimes called indicators. Some of the most well-known economic indicators include inflation and interest rates, GDP growth/decline, retail sales and unemployment rates. This is used to predict future tax revenues, level of business growth, level of employment, level of inflation etc. Also, these will be useful to business circles to plan their future activities based on the level of business growth. Demand Forecast This gives the expected level of demand for goods or services. This is the basic input for business planning and control. Hence, the decisions for all the functions of any corporate house are influenced by demand forecast. Factors affecting demand forecast Business cycle Random variation Customer’s plan Product’s life cycle Competitor’s efforts and prices Customer’s confidence and attitude Quality Credit policy Design of goods or services Reputation for service Sales effort Advertising Hurry up! We are running short of...
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Recruitment Channels

Recruitment Channels
Popular Recruitment Channels Personnel procurement involves recruitment, selection and placement of capable employees who act as the key players in determining the success or failure of an organization. Recruitment serves the purpose of identifying and luring prospective candidates for the actual or anticipated vacancies of the organization. Recruitment is termed “positive” in that it stimulates employees to apply for jobs in organizations to increase the “hiring ratio”, that is the number of applicants for a job. Personnel Inventory: Recruitment is an extensive process that has to be dealt with care by companies as it is the first step for preparing personnel inventory that matches the criteria laid down in job specification and to select only those who are found suitable for the vacant positions. Business and Marketing Writing Selecting right people for the right job is very important as it ensures organizational stability and consistency. The sources of recruitment can be internal or external. Internal sources of recruitment comes in handy when you want people to understand and respond well to overall objectives of the organization which can be achieved by promotions, quite suitable for managers at the middle level and top level. Those already working for the organization will be quite familiar with the activities and requirements of the firm and a promotion would serve to boost their morale, thus resulting in improved performance coupled with commitment. External sources of recruitment may be as follows: Advertising: This method is suitable when the organization plans to expand its activities across the geographical boundaries and attract talent which is spread out. Building Teams That Work The company to reach out to a larger target group can advertise its requirements through print media, radio, television, professional and technical journals. This is a popular way of recruitment as the response ratio is quite on the higher side when compared to any other source of recruitment. Employment exchanges: The unemployed personnel register their names and qualifications in the exchanges and special employment exchange sources are organized for ex-military personnel, physically handicapped and professionals in different places. It is really a matter of concern that a major percentage of youth prefer only white collar jobs and they rate other blue collar jobs and self employment opportunities a step lower. This attitude should change as there will be no permanent jobs existing in the future but only projects. Eventually people will be shifting between various projects and at the end of the day, whether they derive any satisfaction or a feeling of cherishment about their job or work will become a big question mark. Schools and colleges: These are excellent sources of external recruitment as corporate companies offer good placement opportunities to students studying in business schools and other engineering and professional institutions even before the completion of their degree and students should aim to acquire admission in reputed educational institutions as it increases the chance of confirmed placement. Popular software and engineering companies want the best talent in the industry and the benefit of hiring freshers is that they can be well trained and molded as per their job requirements. Trade unions: In firms where trade unions are effective, the management looks up to the union in their recruitment efforts. It makes possible good labor relations. Advantages of recruiting from outside the company: Employees from varied background with broad experience add value to the company The new employees can infuse fresh ideas that may prove fruitful. Strategic Principles of recruitment: Employ the best qualified person for each job Retain the most promising ones Offer promising careers and security Provide opportunity for empowerment Be competitive with public policies Provide facilities for personal growth on skill...
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