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August 10th, 2013
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what internet protocols or technologies support these? Which have proven the most valuable to business this far?
A lot of businesses wouldn’t even exist if it were not for the internet. The internet may well be the saviour of thousands, if not millions, of businesses by the time this recession is through.
Email was arguably the first main benefit, though now it has to vie with instant messaging, the power of auto responders, search engines that deliver almost any information you require almost instantly, Google Maps, Google Earth, training through online video, and a whole lot more.
I put together the website http://www.TheToddlerTrain.com as a way to learn a bit about running an internet business but, even though it is published, I can’t see it on any search engine no matter how many pages I look through. So I have two questions: How to you get a site ranked when you are starting from the beginning; and my site is focussed on UK customers, how would the search engines work out which country I am focusing on? Thanks
Social media is the quickest instant way to get traffic – share your site to facebook friends, twitter followers, and go help people on forums who have questions about baby products.
The more long term solution is to do SEO on your website so you can rank closer to #1 on google so people find you for free and is a great ROI. Free traffic is good traffic.
If you want to learn about seo and tools available I suggest watching the video on this page:
I just joined an on-line business and I would like to advertise it on-line. Can you tell me some ways that you have advertised and got results. Thanks!
Here is my site: AWHILE@truewealthathome.com
There are plenty of ways to promote your site.
Really a powerful method in getting audience. Write a good article based on your niche topic and submit it in article directories. Just go to google or yahoo and search for “free article directories”. It will suggest you a host of directories that you can easily submit your writings. When people surf in that certain directory, they might stumble into your article and you got all the fame needed to be successful in Internet Marketing.
This method is just like the article writing. You write what you want but good contents for your audience in blogs. The better you got, the more audience you get. You can also submit the same contents that you wrote in blogs in article directories. You get instant viewers if your article is in top 10 within your niche
3)Offer free stuffs
It’s always good to get free stuffs. Everyone likes it.So offer some free stuffs such as e-books or software for your audience. You will get a good, loyal and repeating audience. If you are looking for FREE e-books to market it in your site, check out this link.
http://www.abc-netmarketing.blogspot…. provides a host of e-books on internet marketing. The e-books will be updated weekly. So hurry up and get your best one soon.
It’s as easy as ABC. Just promote your site to all your online contacts using e-mail.Write a good email that will attract your audience. If you got the contents right and able to convince your contacts , you are on your way to success.
5)SEO-Search Engine Optimization
http://www.ezinerticles.com for HOT tips on SEO
6)You Tube Videos
Use free videos from you tube and paste the links in your site. People like video tutorials better than articles or e-books.
I strongly suggest you to visit http://www.abc-netmarketing.blogspot…. and learn about google adsense.If it’s not the best, atleast one of the best income generator for your websites. Visit the link and watch the video tutorials for FREE.
I’m always on Facebook and Myspace, but when it gets slow I can’t figure out what else to do. So what sites have you all found that makes the internet fun for you?
8hands is a small and friendly desktop application that presents a concise summary of all your online social networking activities (your MySpace & Flickr profiles, your blog, etc.) with useful statistics (the number of friends in each network, activity meter, etc.). With 8hands you can always stay connected to your favorite networks and your network friends without having to check your various profiles on each and every site.
Piczo allows its users to create fully customizable personal websites that do not require any understanding of html code. Users share their life stories with friends by designing their sites with multiple pages featuring photos, graphics, guest books, comment boards, music, and more. Each site can be linked to other friends sites and users can interact with them and their friends, and meet new people online.
imeem is a great new social media network that will allow you to browse for tags in a different and cool way and will give you lots of stuff to enjoy from right from the web. You can search and listen to music, watch videos, find playlists, upload photos and share just about everything with your friends online.
On Netlog, you can create your own account with pictures, blogs, a guestbook, and much more. You can find people from your area, expand your friends network, or find people having the same interests as you.
Your own profile on Netlog
a blog and a guestbook,
and a large friends network!
Online adults, 18 and up, choose Friendster to connect with friends, family, school, groups, activities and interests. Friendster prides itself in delivering a clean, user-friendly and interactive environment where users can easily connect with anyone around the world. Friendster has a growing portfolio of patents granted to the company on social networking.
Smallaa helps you bring relevancy to your social interactions by enabling you to follow the most interesting aspects of your friends. The feeds in your multiple social networking sites are combined at Smallaa. Everything you post at Smallaa will automatically goes to those websites. When you and your friends post to different topic of interests, you get to pick and follow what really interests you from them.
Toksta* is a free instant messenger, which is easy to implement and customize into your social networking site or forum. toksta* IM enables your users to chat via text chat or webcam in real time – without having to switch to programs like Skype, MSN or ICQ.
toksee introducing a revolutionary communication widget that will unify audio, video, instant messaging and other communication technologies. The widget can be placed on personal or business web pages on FaceBook, LinkedIn, MySpace and other social networking websites.
Zorpia is a global social networking site where you can:
* Upload unlimited Photos * Post/share your Journals online * Interact and meet friends from different countries * Join in online Forum discussions * Get connected with Private Messaging * Join/create your own Group * Great way to customize & make themes for your page * Keep track of your friends’ activities with our News and Alerts * Add unlimited songs to your profile from our Music section * Upload Videos to your collections * Share and read stories in our Gossip section * Post upcoming gigs/party/celebration in your Events * Music feature for talented zorpians and artists
Ping.fm is a simple service that makes updating your social networks a snap.
Use AIM, GTalk, iGoogle, WAP, iPhone/iPod Touch, SMS or E-mail and let Ping.fm relay your message to a multitude of social networking sites.
What do you think is the Best Stuff in the world?
Kaneva is the first virtual entertainment world that unifies the 2D web with a 3D experience. Kaneva is the first to integrate social networking, shared media, and collaborative online communities into a modern-day, immersive 3D Virtual World.
Latin for canvas, Kaneva’s mission is to enable its members to have fun, express their interests and passions, and establish meaningful, real connections with others.
I just created a website with Yahoo! small business-very easy by the way and I was just wondering what is the best way to get customers to my new jewelry site http://www.moreblingforyourbuck.com?
hello How can I built a local social network web page with chat, profiles and system for matching people. such a design costs me half million colombian pesos according to my systems Engineer , it`s too much money, so, How can i built that web page on my own, or how can get support for running that business, where can I even get a money lending for that kind of enterprise in internet.
Rather than building a website from scratch (which is costly and time-consuming) I would recommend you to go for a turn-key software solution. Advantages are obvious – you will get an up and running site with no efforts from your part. Take a look at http://www.SkaDate.com – for quite an affordable price you will get an amazing range of templates and features (including chat, Instant Messenger, albums, groups, photo and video sharing, events system, matchmaking system, flexible profile fields and membership types, blogs, forum and lots more). Plus, you will have free access to the customer support forum and all future version updates and upgrades.
Good luck in your search!
I want to start a blog on the internet about make up without having to pay or anything. What are the best sites you recommend? And don’t say ‘don’t do makeup, it’s way too done’ or anything like that x
Pen is the fastest way to publish content online. The tool allows you to quickly create beautiful text based pages in just seconds. The focus on Pen is all about the content.
WordPress.com is an easy and powerful way to start blogging.
TypePad is the premier blogging service for professionals, hosting many of the world’s most popular blogs and small business websites. TypePad’s ease of use enables you to create a blog in minutes.
You have full markup and design control. Choose your theme and customize to your heart’s content. Map it to your own domain, change the footer or header to match your own site.
Control exactly who gets to see each of your posts and photos.
See all the posts from your friends and family on one page.
Bring in content from other web services you already use (Amazon, YouTube, more).
Make your personal remix of the web: When you see something cool online, just click a button to add it to your Soup.
Soup can aggregate everything you create online into one place, in your own style, at your own address.
Easy To Use
Post in Seconds
Make your next live blog truly live
‘One-click’ publish pictures, video and audio
100% compatible with all web publishing software
Interact with your readers in real time
Instant replay when your live blog is over
Ideal for covering politics, sports, major announcements.
Create a blog community using Facebook Connect
Gain traffic from Facebook through your members news feed
Engage readers and raise pageviews with applications such as post navigator and blog search
Track your traffic growth through simple analytics tools
Share your tweets with your readers in real time
Start4all.com is the easiest way to start a blog, publish your thoughts and to place your links.
Palmood has an easy and fast way to blog your mood and share it with your friends, family, and the rest of the world.
Tumblelogs are a refreshingly new and simple way to share anything you find, love, hate, or create. To make a simple analogy: If blogs are journals, tumblelogs are scrapbooks. You can also look at tumblelogs as slightly more structured blogs that make it easier, faster, and more fun to post and share stuff you find or create.
With Wetoku, bloggers can bring the talking heads experience to their viewers. There is no software to install. Bloggers can use webcams to meet someone interesting, record the interview, and embed the video right away.
Robo.to puts all the latest from the Statusphere and the Web into a tiny, easy to update, video-enabled calling card.
With Ipernity you can:- Publish whatever you like : blog, photos, videos, audios- Customize your own Ipernity page (like at Myspace)- Share what you want with people who matter to you or with the whole world- Create a powerful page with only the stuff that matters to you
Viddyou offers the opportunity to take the online interaction experience to a new and more personal level. Viddyou users can create a personal network of video blogs (“vidds”) centered around real-world friends and similar interests. After completing a quick registration process, users can post their own vidds as well as watch and reply to those of their friends. .
I have read most of the documentation I can find in books and on the internet, watched more youtube videos than I have had hot dinners and join more forum than I care to remember. But still very little traffic. I know the common point is “content, content and more content, which I believe I have, what can I do to improve my traffic
Use social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, etc for getting more traffic. Make a business page or communities on these websites and invite friends to join them and then share your website URL along with quality content. Apart from that you should also do forums posting, article submission, blogging and guest posting. It will definitely increase your website traffic.
If you have enough money then you can do PPC for your website. It gives you instant traffic for your website.
I’m considering getting time warner’s standard internet (29.99/mo) but want to make sure it’ll be enough for 3 people (with 3 laptops) to use for video streaming, chatting, social networking, downloading, and everything else people typically use the internet for nowadays. Is it enough so that the internet maintains a decent speed?
Its quite enough, but speed might get slower in rate..!!!!
I can imagine several scenarios….
1) I want to sell diamonds to people overseas… but they need to inspect the goods in realtime and in detail. So I need a high definition telepresence with a camera that can handle detail down to a microscopic level. That kind of bandwidth can easily chew through 24 Mbps with a 50 Ms latency. My business will depend on people being able to inspect the goods and be satisfied that they are getting the real deal. They will also want to look me directly in the eye in realtime and see if they can trust me.
2) A doctor in Garunkuwa needs to do some very specialised surgery, so he needs the help of a specialist. The only problem is that the specialist is in Sweden. So they need to hook up a telemedicine connection and maybe also some remote surgery equipment. The specialist in Sweden can now watch the surgery live and if need be assist with the remote robotic arms. Lives are saved.
3) I want to start a business offering live televised Safaris to people who cannot travel to South Africa, but want to see the animals close up, live and in detail. Same scenario… this requires plenty of HD live video transfer.
4) I want to offer the banks a remote backup system than can do live instant real-time system backups. The banks entire customer database runs into the hundreds of gigabytes. How am I going to be able to back up that entire system offsite in realtime before the data changes so significantly that the backup is then already hours out of date?
5) A university wants to offer a course in Astronomy and to hook into several observatories worldwide. They could use the universities own backbone, but that would most likely tie up the entire pipe for an hour or two… or they could use a third party provider to supply the bandwidth needs for the hour of the week that the course is running.
These are all bandwidth demands that are current… not even accounting for future needs. The business opportunities are astounding. People in Europe and the East are already used to doing things on the internet in realtime. If they could do those same things with a connection to Africa, we would be raking in the bucks here. Virtual HD Safaris man… I’m gonna go patent that idea right now.
As the article mentioned:
Faster is better when it comes to WIFI, but some people argue that 10 Mbps may be enough for most residential broadband consumers.
Obviously there are cases where you can use more bandwidth, but these are a select few, and usually not applicable to residential users.
Every one of your examples are for business or scientific applications.
I believe that 10Mbps is more than enough for current WIFI residential use. More would be nice, but not neccesary.
EA might be enjoying their success with Digital distibution, but that also means they must tweak their content to fit the medium. You rarely get any content that requires more than a dual layer DVD, which is 8GB. That’s about 2 hours of downloading @ 10Mbps. Hardly a trainsmash. Digital distribution can also cater for selective loads. Distribute the Main engine with enough level content for gameplay to start, and download the rest as the game plays out.
I don’t wanna get it and like everyone thinking im weird becuz its only for business people. I amplanning to get the blackberry curve sunset
The newer BlackBerry devices can be used for more consumer-friendly functions. I have a BlackBerry Curve and, in addition to what are considered business-like functions, I also use it for instant messaging; listen to music; watching movies; watching YouTube videos; sending picture messages; the Facebook application; browsing the Internet; looking up movie times and theater locations; recording video; text messaging; and more.
So don’t think that BlackBerry devices are only for business. This is a common misconception about these devices.
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