What Are the Different Sleeping Positions?
October 19, 2012 People, animals, and other living things go to sleep. I do not know if trees and plants go to sleep. We sleep to recharge our body, memory, cells and tissues. People and animals have their own ways of sleeping.
According to a survey of 1,000 people conducted by Professor Chris Idzikowski, there are at least 6 different sleeping positions for individuals:
1. Fetus position (41% or 410). Some people sleep like a fetus inside a woman's womb. The knees are almost touching the face. Read more>>
Are You In Debt Up to Your Head? Do These!
October 16, 2012 If you belong to those people who have MORE debts and expenses than their income, then you are stressed and worried about your financial condition. You do not know what to do and sometimes you keep your financial problems to yourself.
If you are in debt up to your head, you can solve your debt problems by doing some of the following actions:
1. Create a personal budget. List down all your income, fixed expenses (mortgage loan, auto loan, bank loan, etc.), and variable expenses (credit cards, utilities, food, entertainment, clothing, etc.) to arrive at the bottom number. The bottom number will tell you how BIG is your financial hole. Read more>>
How to Transact with Online Banks Safely
October 14, 2012 Time will come that many banks with physical office locations will establish online banks to compete with online banks with no physical office locations. The number of online banks are slowly growing as we can see on the Internet. If you will compare online banks with brick and mortar banks, they offer higher interest rates on checking, savings, money market and other bank accounts. Online banks can afford to provide higher interest rates because they do not have expenses for bank offices.
6 Ways to Transact with Online Banks Safely
1. Visit the online bank's website, go to the Contact page, and take note of the mailing address. Read more>>
6 Ways to Protect You When Using Public Wi-Fi
October 13, 2012 A Wi-Fi is a technology that connects devices (such as computers and mobile phones) and transmits data wirelessly (no wires) by radio frequency over some Internet network.
Nowadays, you see thousands of people using their laptops inside the airports, hotels, fast foods, food courts in shopping malls, coffee shops, libraries, schools and universities, and other public places.
Please remember that public Wi-Fi connections are not secure. This means that when you submit your personal information (usernames, passwords, bank and credit card information, and others) to the websites you are visiting, your information may be seen, intercepted or “hijacked” by other users of public Wi-Fi. Once your personal information is stolen by other public Wi-Fi users, they can use it in accessing your bank accounts and make online purchases using your credit card information. Read more>>
How to Avoid Work-At-Home Scams Asking for Money
October 12, 2012 Have you seen ads like the following: “Be your Own Boss”, “Earn $10,000 a Month from the Comfort of Your Home”, “Join the Fastest Growing Company Now!”? You may have seen similar enticing ads in some street electric poles, newspaper classified ads, your email, and websites you have visited. The messages are different but the intention is the same: To fool you to give your money to the scammers with nothing in return.
The following are examples of work-at-home scams:
1. Assembling of products. You give your personal information and pay money in advance for the materials, supplies and training guides to assemble the products. When you ship your assembled products to the company, you will receive a letter stating that the product quality did not pass the company's “quality standards”. So, no money will be paid to you. Read more>>
How to Create A SEO-Friendly Domain Name For Your Blog
October 09, 2012 A domain name is composed of alphanumeric characters, separated by periods, that identifies the owner of an address of a computer network connection. SEO (search engine optimization) experts will tell you to create a domain name for your blog with some keywords or keyword phrases in order to occupy the highest ranking in various search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. If your blog name is on the first or second page of the search results, your blog can be easily seen by millions of people and they will visit your blog. Thus, increasing your visitors traffic. Read more>>
8 Steps to Follow in Creating Your Google Blogger Blog
October 08, 2012 If you are interested to join the blogging community for whatever reasons, you have to follow some steps to eliminate mistakes and avoid waste of your time and effort. Below are the steps that you must follow in creating your Google Blogger blog:
1. One week or one month before creating your blog
1.1. Decide on your main blog niche and other blog topics. Make an outline of topics to be discussed in your blog. Read more>>
10 Reasons Why You Should Use Google Blogger Publishing Software
October 08, 2012 Blogger is an online, web-based blog creation editor that helps individuals and businesses publish contents to the Internet instantly. It is owned by Google and hosted at Blogspot. Both Blogger and Blogspot are free to use.
If you are new to blogging or if you want to create more blogs, using the Blogger publishing software is the smart and intelligent way to go for the following 10 reasons:
1. It is compatible with the top 4 web browsers – Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari. Read more>>
Top 6 Online Blog Publishing Software
October 07, 2012 A blog publishing software is a collection of application programs that create and maintain a blog (a shorter name for web and blog). The software allow the blogger to specify a template where contents are to be displayed.
There are several blog publishing editors that are available for bloggers to use. Some application programs are free to use while others require monthly or annual fees. Some free blog publishing software have limited features and there are some free software that provide extensive features. Read more>>
10 Things to Do Before Starting A Blog
October 06, 2012 There are more than 156 million blogs that are available on the Internet as of February 16, 2011, according to Wikipedia.org. More and more blogs are added and published on the Internet everyday.
If you are planning to create your own blog for whatever reasons, you must consider the following 10 things before starting a blog:
1. Think of at least 3 niches or topics that you are passionate about
Select at least 3 major niches or topics that you want to discuss in your blog. From the 3 niches or topics, decide if you want to specialize in one niche or topic or consider all the niches or topics for variety. Read more>>
9 Reasons Why Millions of People Blog
October 05, 2012 As of February 16, 2011, there were over 156 million active blogs (according to Wikipedia.org) available on the Internet. These blogs were written and published by people from different parts of the world. More and more blogs were being created and published since February 16, 2011.
You will ask yourself: What are the reasons why these 156 million people created and published their blogs?
I came across an article (published in January 15, 2012) that conducted a poll survey of 5,000 online bloggers why they blogged. The bloggers who participated in the poll survey have blogs that were between two years old and six years old. Read more>>
Types of Blogs
October 04, 2012 A blog is an online journal or diary of personal or business information posted by a person that may or may not welcome comments from online readers. The blog entries are arranged in a reverse chronological order (the latest entry is displayed on the top while the oldest entry is on the bottom of the blog).
Based on the foregoing definition, a blog can be classified as (1) individual blog, (2) business blog, (3) microblog, (4) multi-authored blog, (5) mobile blog, (6) niche blog, (7) video blog, and (8) photo blog. Read more>>
Definition of Blog Terms
October 04, 2012 Before I start discussing how to create a free blog that will be hosted in a free hosting server, you must understand some blog terms. By doing so, you will know what you are doing and for what reasons.
Below are the initial, few blogging terms that you may come across while reading the tutorial or creating your own blog. Other blog terms will be defined and explained as we go along.
Blog. An online journal or diary of personal or business information posted by a person that may or may not welcome comments from online readers. It comes from the words Web and log. The blog entries are arranged in a reverse chronological order (the latest entry is displayed on the top while the oldest entry is on the bottom of the blog). Read more>>
My Blogging Experience and Mission
October 03, 2012 When I created my first blog, I have zero knowledge of what is blog all about. I have read some blogs where the blog authors generated some kind of passive and active income with their blogs month after month. The “making money with a blog” motivated me to create my own blog.
I searched the Internet to find some detailed, step-by-step information on how to make a blog. Unfortunately, I did not find any. What I did was to search for different websites that discussed and explained how to create a blog. I copied the information, pasted it to a word document, and arranged the various data in a logical manner. It took me several weeks to do the data gathering. Read more>>
How to Get Free Stuff From Your Online Activities
October 01, 2012 Everyone of us wants to get free stuff without strings attached. One good website that offers free stuff without hassles is called www.SwagBucks.com.
For your information: I do not get any commissionsin blogging and endorsing the www.SwagBucks.com. I just wanted to help my readers and visitors to earn some free stuff as part of my service.
There are 3 steps to receive SwagBucks free stuff.
1. Register by providing your email address, creating your SwagBucks password, and submitting your personal information to receive your gift cards, cash, or other forms of rewards. Read more>>
Is E-Cigarette Good For Your Health?
October 01, 2012 An e-cigarette (other names: electronic cigarette and e-cig) looks like a real tobacco cigarette that consists of 4 parts: (a) a LED light cover that lights when the smoker breathes in or inhales, (b) a battery that also houses the electrical circuitry, (c) an atomizer that heats the liquid solution, and (d) a cartridge that contains the liquid solution or juice and which serves as the mouth piece. The photos below show an e-cigarette and its components (source: Wikipedia.org): Read more>>