Free Benefits

There is a lot to be said of giving something free. Conceptually it does not make sense economically. After all there is no such thing as a free lunch. Free can come back to benefit a business. Apple for instance is giving away free lessons on iPhone programming. The whole point of this is to broaden the number of people creating iPhone apps. The more useful iPhone apps that there are the more useful the iPhone becomes. This should help iPhone sales and help the bottom line of the company. The buzz of this and the effects should also help iPhone keep the hype on the company as gen 3 iPhone is released. The concept of free can be applied across the Internet. The blogs that do the best give something for free. A major part of this is the so called blogs that teach something. Critics of this movement claim that there are too many fakes getting started. As we see a lot of people fake it to the top. I personally have nothing against this or the fact that many amateurs are now top bloggers. In my mind that is great. These people also learned a lot along the way gaining some type of authority, and the people reading their blog probably gain a lot also. I firmly believe that this freebie business model works well. Online advertising in some ways has gotten better. Building websites gets easier every day. And free online communities for instance can be set up with PPC ads and turn into cash machines. There is nothing wrong with charging for services either. This model can crumble as more people expect more stuff online to be free. The google freebies have lead to this. As a result gaining programming knowledge can help to construct business models that sustain income for free. Twitter may be free but like how much is google going to buy it for again?



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How To Implement Effective Advertising Strategy

I was giving this some serious thought. Let us say we have google AdSense contextual pay per click advertising. To some degree the lack of total control to what advertisement that gets served coupled with pretty strict terms of service can seriously hamper a big income rewarded to a publisher. AdSense unlike many other advertising does not really get clicked by many readers. Many reasons for this exist. The first reason is that many ads that get served may be relevant but both already a known or just something not that useful. This especially happens for publishers that are not rocking the mad search traffic and getting top AdSense bids. Secondly AdSense will not dish as much money per impression or run up the clicks unless it is in certain spots doing certain functions of a website. Most publishers do not want AdSense doing what it does best for many reasons. The first is that no matter how great the template is, AdSense somehow messes with user experience and navigation. These two things could be vital in driving links. If the website just does not feel that good to the average visitor then the website will never really goes viral, and get super big. Many great bloggers add conditions, to making the AdSense ads display. In most cases they want the ads to be present, to the highly profitable search traffic, and not present to other traffic. Doing this will in the long run increase search traffic, through increase subscribers, links , visitor time, etc. Other probloggers rotate AdSense, with ad programs like Widget Bucks which can improve ctr greatly. Affiliate marketing can also be extremely profitable. Affiliate links lie in the posts. Posts can be linked off of the main page, creating profitable in site landing pages. Never Blue, Commission Junction, The Pepper jam Network, Market Leverage, and Amazon are some popular affiliate networks. Because affiliate marketing is product orientated, there needs to be a bit more on site marketing, to make these things really go. It is important to keep in mind that the best affiliate ads, are prepoppable, and have landing pages, that quickly get people to the forms.

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Smart Phones Need Some Numbers

Where have the numbers all gone. Some People say.

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Smart Phones are Starting To Suck Less Energy

Smart phones are legendary. A thousand years from now people will know of the genious phone revolution. At the moment most smart phones suck energy like it is going out of style. As a result most people also have a not so smart cell phone that they need only charge once a month like the good ole days. Well apparently smart phones are getting smarter. And less power hungry.

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Cisco Is Expanding. Could This Mean Jobs?

For people who love computers the news of Cisco expansion is good news. Cisco is a legend in the tech field. Just when I hear the name I get happy.

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Tech Jobs May Always Be Scarce

By virtue of technology the jobs it creates are limited. Few people are needed to control the beast so only the best really find steady tech work. I would like to point out a list Yahoo compiled of supposedly hot industries. The one thing all careers had in common was the relative low tech nature of the position. That is why if people set out to gain tech knowlege a good solution would be starting your own internet business. Fly your own ship.

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I Watch Alot Of Jim Kramer

Jim Kramer has been saying some stuff lately. When people start saying this stuff on the market the buy low risk investments will vanish. The market even if it has more down to go does seem to be getting healthier a bit. I think too many people had all of their chips in the market and have since learned to only stick a bit there. Hopefully things will get better minus the runaway inflation that we all love.

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Zerk Media It Is A Family Affair

There is an advertising company called Zerk Media.

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