Thursday, February 21, 2008

Past of Blogging

Blogging for profits usually involve a blogging tool or platform. Blogger .com and Wordpress are two of the most popular ones. This article focus on using the former and why I do not think it is an ideal tool to use if you plan to make money blogging for the long term.

No doubt is a popular blogging platform which attracts thousands of people who want to start making blogs and post them on the net. However, for business savvy people, blogger may prove to be a liability instead of a tool for making money. For one, if you apply for a blogger account and use it to post affiliate links, sometimes blogger will detect these links as malicious, spam, or porn links and will automatically shut down your account. Blogger also posts your blogs to certain blog directories such as blogspot, where you cannot sell your blog or receive any earnings easily.

Google bought in 2003 in an anticipation of the rush of bloggers and blog posts and creation of new content. As such, Google created a different search tool called blog search. This search tool screens all blogs to its search domain, leaving other non-blog sites to be picked up by the normal Google search. In short, this means that you cannot create good back links and have a high ranking for your blogs in Google. Ultimately, blogger is not a reliable tool for search engine optimization.

Aside from these, blogger has limited plug-ins, themes, and add-ons compared to the likes of Wordpress. These perks improve your blogging experience and sometimes come in handy when posting blogs depending on your preference. Blogger may be free, but there are cases where Wordpress seems to surpass when you really want to earn money. Most blogging veterans do not recommend if earning money is the concern and would rather endorse Wordpress.

Joomla template - Beauty in Design features high quality tutorial series for web design, JOOMLA, mootools, javascript and ajax, and even templates., This no-frills, rapid-fast template was thought up by Usable!.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

What's a Banner Ads

What's a Banner Ad?

A banner ad is an advertisement option used on the Internet. Banner advertising is likening to print display ads in our Blog's Side Bar . Banner advertising is in any colors with a link to your website at affordable rates. We have developed a rotating banner system on our page.

Who Sees Banner Ads?
Banner ads are seen by everyone who visits our website, and as the visitor moves from page to page, there is ample chance they will see your ad.

What Is the Benefit of Banner Ads?

  • Enhances the name recognition of your campground
  • Provides a link to additional information about your campground
  • Increases traffic to your website
  • Turns potential visitors into making reservations at your campground
If you have any further questions on Banner Advertising, please contact us.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Types of Online-Advertisement

Advertising on the Internet or World Wide Web be come popular in the recent years. Many corporation, enterprises and personal has been taken the advantage on-line advertising and you can see ads on any web pages you browse. Browsers can go to any search engines or directories and types the keyword phrase related to what they are looking for, hit the “Search” button and they can get a huge list to narrow down the search. This is a time saving and cost effective type of advertising if you do it properly.

Legitimate ads take very small size to download without interrupting the basic functions of the website. An ad that enlarges and changes the contents of the page being displayed is known as expanding ad. Advertisements which are displayed in a video form on a website is known as a video ad. There are many ways by which advertising slots can be purchased on Internet like CPM, CPV, CPC, CPA, CPL and CPO.

CPM or cost per mil means that the advertiser is meant to pay for a particular number of people to whom the advertisement will be exposed.

CPV means Cost Per Visitor that advertiser pay for the unique visitor whom the advertisement was delivered.

CPC or cost per click means paying for the number of clicks made on the advertisement by the visitors. Although the advertisement is put up on the website, the amount is paid only after the visitor clicks on the URL of the advertisement.

CPA or cost per action means that the advertisement publisher bares all the charges of advertisement, but he gets paid only if the visitor clicks on the advertisement and purchases a product or signs-up for a service.

CPL or cost per lead is similar to CPA, only that the visitor doesn’t have to necessarily buy anything; he or she can simply apply to get regular newsletters and special offers. CPO or cost per order is where the advertiser pays each time an order is placed.

The Internet advertisement is not only used to promote product or service, actually it can be used for many other purposes like promoting charity, education for group meeting.

Click Here for Advertisement