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Increase Traffic & Sales by Redecorating Your Web Site.

The use of the right colors on your web site can actually increase your sales.
When people see certain colors they can
change their emotions or they can symbolize things related
to the colors. Here are a list of colors with some emotions
and symbolizations they can cause:

Red – love, excitement, warmth

Pink – romantic, affection, sensuality

White – purity, peace, perfection

Blue – sky, water, travel, freedom, truth

Purple – royalty, dignity

Black – space, night, authority

Green – money, calm, envy, greed

Silver/Grey symbolizes security, reliability, intelligence, staid, modesty

Yellow – light, purity, understanding

Orange – autumn, youthfulness, fire

Brown – wood, comfort, strength

Its very important to know which emotions or symbolizations
will trigger your target audience to buy your product or
service. The colour used on your website could determine people’s first opinion of it. People see certain websites and say it looks really cool, that is because of the appeal which it projects to the reader or viewer.
If your selling a money-making product you should
use green colors to represent money or bring out the emotion
of greed. People also associate comfort and travel with
money so you maybe want ad in some brown and blue
colors on your web site.

Do not however take this information to mean that
the color(s) of your website is an end in itself, No, it is only a means to an end. There are so many other things that determine whether your site looks presentable, professional or not for instance some website designers struggle with how to organize images, links and content in general.
Websites that are viewed as clustered or rough usually put off your visitors.

The same principle can be applied to graphics or pictures
of your product on your web site. Package your products
with colors that will trigger your audience to If your
selling a book about how to be more romantic, use red
and pink colors on the cover. I hope these simple web
site color techniques will increase your business’s sales.

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Secrets of Online Sales

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Valentine love

sale is the pinnacle activity involved in selling products or services in return for money or other compensation. It is an act of completion of a commercial activity.

Hold a discount sale on your web site. Use the sale to get
rid of excess inventory, gain new or repeat customers, and
increase your sales. Most businesses pick a theme for their
sale, like a Valentine Sale. Below are six unique sales
themes you could use:

Nobody’s Visiting Today Sale

Every online business has low visitor and sales day through
the week. Some businesses are Tuesdays and Thursdays. You
could sell your products or services for cheaper to increase
sales on your slow days. You could have this advertised
right on your web site.

Time Of The Day Sale

Periodically , pick out a time of the day like 5 to 7 pm to
lower your prices. With online sales you need tell people
the time zone. Announce your scheduled times ahead of
time in your e-zine. This will give people enough time to
plan when they will visit your web site.

Product Or Service Of The Day Sale

Each day offer different product or service at a lower price.
This will draw people back to your web site everyday. This
is a high traffic generating sale. If you don’t have a lot of
products and services you may want to run the sale weekly
or monthly.

Niche Group Sale

Hold a sale for a niche groups of people. Students, senior
citizens, single people etc. This really works if your
introducing a new product or service for the first time to a
new target audience. Announce your sale in a targeted
e-zine, e-mail discussion groups, message boards, etc.

Holiday Or Seasonal Sale

Offer lower prices on holidays and during seasonal changes.
These type of sales let your visitors and customers know
your no scrooge. Be creative and go as far as decorating
your web site. You could upload holiday and seasonal
graphics. Change the color of your text to match. Get in the

Get More For Your Money Sale

Give customers more products or services for their money.
People relate these kind of sales to getting a bargain or
saving money. You could o.ffer a one get one for half
off sale, a two get the third one f.ree, two for the price
of one sale, etc.

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Get traffic to your Website: Personal Tips

If you are keen on getting traffic to your website, want your customers to keep coming back or want to get higher on your favourite Search Engine, here are some personal tips or secrets I would personally wish to  share with you. I have used some of these tips in times and recent past and some are being used at the point of publication of this post. It is understandable if you’ve used some of these methods in times past as well and they did not work for you, I would advise that you exercise patience and patiently find the exact combination that fits your website. Here are 8 simple methods, remember that I have not set out to talk about SEO in this post, rather, these are some of the basic ingredients your need to build a stable customer base and get more traffic to your site. Happy reading.

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1.Original Content
Give your visitors content they can’t read anywhere else.
I’m not saying all your content has to be 100% original, but a
portion of your web site should have original information.
People will usually read information they haven’t read before.

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2. Prize Drawings
Hold an ongoing prize drawing on your web site. The prizes
should be something of interest or value to your subscribers.
Most people who enter will continually revisit your web site
to get the results.

3. Polls

Hold an interactive poll on your web site. Ask visitors a poll
question. Have them e-mail their vote or opinion. People love
to give their 2 cents worth. They would also like to read the
results the next day or week on your web site.

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4. Quizes

Give your visitors a quiz or a series of trivia questions. Post
the correct answers weekly on your web site. The people
who participate will want to come back to your site to see
if they were right.

5. News

Supply news stories related to your web site topic. People
want current and up-to-date news. If you can be their first
source, they will become repeat visitors to your web site.

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6. Jokes

Give your visitors a little humor now and then. Don’t be so
serious; tell them a joke. If they associate your web site with
being happy they will visit again and again.

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7. Free Stuff

People love to get free stuff. free stuff on your web site.
It could be software, services, sample products, e-books etc.
The freebies should be related to your web site topic. Keep
the freebies coming and your visitors will return regulary.

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8. Directories

Tell your subscribers about Web sites related to your web
site topic. The web sites should be interesting and helpful.
Become your readers web site directory and they will come

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How to Profit From Parked Domain Names?

The best way to monetize a domain name is to develop an authority website on it. Obviously this takes a lot of time and hard work, but it doesn’t need to be your time or work. In other words, if you have a big budget and believe that the domains have potential, you could hire a web designer, a tech guy, and a team of content producers and marketers to develop a website on each of the domains.

This is the strategy used by many online networks and web publishing companies, and it can be profitable if done correctly.

If you are a one man show and don’t want to hire people, you will need to develop simpler websites on each of the domains, one at a time. You could create mini websites, for example. These are websites with 10 to 20 pages of unique content that target a very narrow niche. One example would be a website about “how to clean mold.” It would be good to have keyword rich domains for this strategy though, and I am not sure if that is the case with your domains.

If you don’t have time even to create mini websites on the domains, well, then they will hardly be profitable. You could add a page of unique content to each of them and put some AdSense units or affiliate links there, but you will probably earn just enough to cover their annual cost (i.e. $10).

There is one more strategy that you could try, but this will only work if your domains are really good. If they are, you could lease them. So basically you would let a company use your domains for a fixed number of years, usually ranging from 3 to 10, and in exchange for that they would pay you a monthly or annual fee. If you have the domain, for example, you could approach monitor manufacturers to see if they are interested in leasing it.

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18 Websites who PAY you to Write Helpful Tutorials

Everyone knows on the Internet, writing is almost always a great way to make money fast. A few days ago, I bumped into a couple of websites that offered writers to freely become authors and write for them for a generous pay for each tutorial; so I thought, why not make a list of these websites and share it with my readers. In conclusion, I’ve accumulated over 22 sources where you can freely participate in whenever you got a few knowledgeable insightful tutorials you want to contribute to the following sites to make some really lucrative cash. Having been blogging for almost a year now, I can indeed say that the payment is indeed fulfilling so be sure your tutorial is top-notch – from most of the sites, your article will gain massive exposure because the websites are already considered authority figures in their field.

Get Paid for Writing Tutorials

1. Tutplus Network – The Tutplus network is a great way to make money writing tutorials. They pay a very generous $150-$250 for each approved tutorial. Of course, your tutorial must be well put together, insightful, as well as unique. With a large of a community that Tutplus has, you can count on your tutorial gaining massive exposure if approved to be published. Make sure your tutorial is top-notch or else you will just be wasting your time.
2. Tutorial9 – Tutorial9 is an awesome resource where you can find many Photoshop tutorials, free vectors, brushes, and much more. The community is also amazing. If your tutorial is top-notch expect to be paid $150, if not higher.

3. GoMediaZine – GoMediaZine is probably the most generous website out there that offers contributors $300, potentially $400, for each qualifying tutorial. As always, be sure to contribute top-notch tutorials. GoMediaZine mainly writes about Adobe Photoshop and Web development, so if you have some knowledge on these topics, this opportunity to make money is a must.

4. Smashing Magazine – Considering that Smashing Magazine is probably the most popular web designing blog on the web, although they do not say how much they will pay for each tutorial, I would believe if an contributed tutorial is published, the reward would be indeed fulfilling. Smashing Magazine has one of the biggest communities on the web. If you are top-notch at writing simple helpful tutorials on web designing in general, this is a great opportunity to show off what you got.

5. Photoshop Tutorials – You can already guess by the name of the website what the theme is. For each qualifying tutorial, you can make up to $300. Maybe buckling down and learning a few things about Adobe Photoshop is really worth learning since so many of these sites are willing to pay loads for each tutorial.

6. Naldz Graphics – Although Naldz Graphics doesn’t set a figure for how much they will pay for each contribution, they do however say they will credit your efforts to it’s fullest. Naldz Graphics mainly blogs about web designing, freebies, digital art, and more. Contributing to their large archive of tutorials may be well worth your time to make a quick load of cash.

7. HV-Designs – HV-Designs mainly talks about Photoshop and web development. Any top-notch contribution regarding these two fields is a must to make money quick. They pay up to $100 per approved submission so be sure to double check your articles for any errors as they do not permit just any regular tutorial, only quality tutorials.

8. Tutorial Board – Tutorial Board offers $150 for every accepted tutorial. They are currently looking for people who have some expertise in the field of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effect, Autodesk Maya or any other industry standard CG software. Ever planning on contributing to the Tutorial Board, be sure that your tutorials are grammatically checked and are top-notch.

9. Vector Diary – Vector Diary is a great resource website where you can find great vectors and freebies – great for any web designer to add to their collection. If you got a helpful tutorial, writing for Vector Diary can easily get you $150 for each approved tutorial. There is no stopping you from writing as many tutorials as you want and submitting them as long as they are top-notch and helpful.

10. FlashMintFlashMint is the website for web designers who particularly design with the Flash component of a website. If you are a skilled web designer who understands Flash, this is a great opportunity for you to earn $150 for each approved tutoial you make on Flash.

11. Tuts Arena – Although Tuts Arena won’t straight up tell you how much they pay, they say that they pay accordingly to the quality of the tutorial. Currently, they are looking for authors who have some experience on PHP, web designing, or with Adobe Photoshop. Browsing around their archives will give you some idea of what they expect from you as a contributor.

12. SitePoint – SitePoint has majorly been known for it’s growing forum community, probably one of the world’s largest active community. And they are willing to pay writers generously for their efforts for writing for SitePoint. Expect to be paid at least $100 for your efforts and potentially, if your article gets enough views, it can earn up to $250.

13. TheTechLabs – The Tech Labs is a great blog site that offers authors to make $100 for each approved tutorial. They are looking for authors from many backgrounds: Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, Adobe Air, Adobe Flash Lite, web designing, and many more.

14. WP Web Host – Know PHP and love WordPress? Write a tutorial on one of your favorite blogging platforms and get paid up to $150 for each qualifying submission. Knowing that WP WebHost is a tutorial website strictly only for WordPress, there are many topics you can cover and make an instant $150; such as, PHP coding, WordPress hacks, web designing, bugs & fixes, web templates, and much more. The ideas to make $150 are endless with WordPress.

15. Psdeluxe – Psdeluxe strictly only accepts Adobe Photoshop tutorials. If you got some background with Adobe Photoshop, this is your chance to make a few extra cash while helping others. Expect to get paid at minimum $50 for every approved tutorial that you submit to their website.

16. 1stWebDesigner – 1stWebDesigner is a great website strictly focused on web designing. Essentially, it is the place where most web designers go to find great tutorials and tools to design better websites. Currently, they pay around $30-$40 for each tutorial depending on the quality of the draft.

17. Joomla Jump Start – Are you a Joomla lover? Contribute to Joomla Jump Start and make $5-$20 for each approved tutorial you make on Joomla. This may be the time for you to make use of your knowledge and make money while helping others on how to use Joomla to it’s fullest potential. Joomla is a widely used community software that many webmasters consider.

18. 10steps – 10steps covers a wide audience. They blog about freelancing, freebies, tutorials, photography, and much more. Almost anything goes as long as it is helpful and an insightful tutorial, you can be earning up to $50 for each approved tutorial.

Nowadays, learning how to use Adobe Photoshop is a skill worth learning to make money. I think what we all can learn from this post is that Photoshop is indeed a field worth covering as it has many opportunities to make some dangerous amounts of money fast. Now, whenever you are really in need of money, just slap a book onto your table on how to use Adobe Photoshop and if you are good at it and good at writing simple clear tutorials, you can use those skills to make money fast online.

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