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Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Rap Songs may be your source of Business Lessons and Success Secret

Some of the wealthiest individuals in the country got their start in hip-hop: Dr. Dre just sold his Beats empire to Apple for a staggering $3 billion; Jay-Z’s business acumen has turned him into the unofficial mayor of New York; and 50 Cent’s $100 million Vitamin Water deal will allow him to continue releasing mediocre records until the end of time..

Rap Songs may be your source of Business Lessons and Success Secret

Business Lessons You Can Learn from Rap Songs
Hip-hop always has been and always will be about that paper (a.k.a money). So naturally there are business lessons from rap songs there that just about any small business owner could stand to hear.

“Started From the Bottom” by Drake
The early days of starting a new business can be tough. The to-do lists are neverending, and when something does get done, you’re sometimes left wondering whether you made the right decision and how it could be better. And then there are always the one or two people in your life who look at you like they’re wondering when you’re going to get a real job.

But like all great rappers, all great businesses must start small. So enjoy your early days as a business owner. See it as the first step in a great adventure. These are the moments you’ll back on with pride and fondness.

“Diamonds from Sierra Leone (Remix)” by Kanye West, feat. Jay-Z
Ethics are an important part of doing business. Customers want to know that they’re giving their money to a business that does right by its customers and the world. Kanye West’s “Diamonds from Sierra Leone” takes on the controversial diamond trade that has fueled poverty and death in Africa. So avoid having the sort of business that someone might write a negative song about in ten years.

As a bonus, the remix of the track features one of Jay-z great and most business-minded lines: “I’m not a businessman / I’m a business, man!” It’s a good reminder that almost everything you do can—and should—be contributing to your bottom line.

“Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems” by The Notorious B.I.G, feat. Diddy and Mase
It’s a hip-hop story as old as the game itself: you start out hungry, poor, eager to make it to the top, and once you’re there you find you’ve traded in all your old problems for a set of expensive new ones.

So don’t fall into the trap of thinking that making a lot of money off your business is going to take away all of your problems. The more money you make, the more responsibility you’ll have, potentially making the idea of a weekend completely foreign to you. Chances are you’ll also have employees to take care of, trends to adapt to, and competition to keep up with.

But cheer up! Don’t think of them as problems—think of them as opportunities. Every potential problem is really a chance for you step outside of your comfort zone and take your business to a new, exciting place. And if there’s one overarching lesson the rap game can teach a small business owner, is the only way to get ahead is by taking a chance.

Which songs most inspire you?

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Evergreen Factors of Freelance Editors Might never Disclose to Clients

As a freelance editor, I get excited every time I embark upon this journey with a client. Being a novelist myself, I know how difficult it is to identify flaws in a manuscript on which you’ve worked for years. Partnering with a freelance editor sheds new light on your work—making it possible for you to see it from angles you’ve never imagined, capitalize on your manuscript’s strengths and root out problems that might earn you a form letter rejection from your dream agent or a “Meh” on your first Goodreads review.

Evergreen Factors of  Freelance Editors Might never Disclose to Clients

Before you hire an editor, you need to know what kind of help you’re looking for. Do you want developmental editing—“big-picture” feedback about structure, style, pacing and voice? A developmental edit for a work of nonfiction may include feedback about the book’s organizational structure, as well as both stylistic and informational strengths and weaknesses. (For example: “The strongest parts of the book are where you use humorous anecdotes to illustrate your points about how bad managers don’t even know they are bad managers. Why don’t you try opening each chapter with one of those anecdotes, to make it easier for the reader to identify with the problems you’re about to discuss?”) If you’re writing fiction, developmental editing also includes notes on plot, point of view and characterization. (For instance, “I think the real story starts in Chapter 3, at the moment when she wins the lottery,” or, “While I love the way you show the character growing throughout the story and her sarcasm is often funny, she comes off as unlikable. Here are some things she might do/say to get the reader on her ‘side’ from the beginning.”) Often, a developmental edit is given in the form of a detailed report or letter rather than as notes made directly on the manuscript.

If you want the latter, you’re looking for someone to line edit your manuscript. In a line edit, your editor will point out specific things such as certain lines of dialogue that don’t sound convincing, or pacing problems in a given section. (“Why not skip the backstory here and move right to the kiss? It’s what readers have been waiting for!”)

Often, an editor provides both developmental feedback and line edits. Because developmental feedback assumes the writer will return to the manuscript and rewrite parts, line editing is sometimes held off until that rewrite has been completed. Alternatively, the editor may be contracted to work on a second line edit of the book to address anything that has been added or changed in the revision.

Copy editing and proofreading are about fixing errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, word choice and sentence structure, as well as catching continuity issues. (For instance, a protagonist who is barefoot and locked out of her house is suddenly wearing boots as she trudges through the snow to a neighbor’s house.) If you’re certain you don’t want any content or structure changed and you just want the writing “cleaned up,” you are looking for copy editing only. (Some editors work only on the structural and line level. Others also copy edit, or specialize in copy editing alone.)

Hiring a freelance editor is a significant financial investment—one that can range from several hundred dollars to several thousand, depending upon the kinds of editing you require, the editor’s rate (which may be either an hourly rate or a flat fee, usually charged per page), and the number of revisions/rounds of editing. Freelance editors like me want you to get the most out of your money. We want to leave you feeling enlightened, empowered and excited to be putting your book out in the world. But some of what you need to know to best utilize us can be, well, difficult to bring up. Your writing is, after all, the sum of your energy, time, work and heart. You come to us with enthusiasm and passion—qualities you indeed need in order to survive and persevere in this profession—and we worry that unloading too many difficult truths at once may dampen your enthusiasm or intimidate you.

I love writing, and I love writers. So before you hire someone like me, it’s only right that you know the following:

1. You should avoid the temptation to hire someone to edit your first draft.
I know you’re really excited that you finally finished that book! I’m happy for you … you should be happy for you. Celebrate it! But don’t send it to an editor yet. Put it away for three weeks and then reread, making notes on its strengths and weaknesses, asking yourself what’s missing, and flagging places where you find yourself skimming. Then rewrite the manuscript at least once—twice is better. Don’t bring in a professional until you have made the book the best you possibly can on your own. At this stage, you are still best equipped to take your book to the next level. Only when you’ve taken it as far as you can on your own will you get the most for your money in hiring a freelance editor. Which brings me to a related point:

2. An editor is not a ghostwriter.
It’s not uncommon for nonfiction clients especially to believe that because they have an outline, research notes or interview transcripts, their book is “almost done” and ready for an editor. But if you’re looking for someone to take any of the above and shape it into a manuscript, what you want is a ghostwriter. A nonfiction editor won’t do extensive research for you. A fiction editor is not going to invent characters, flesh out dialogue or write missing scenes. If you hire an editor to do a ghostwriter’s job, you’ll surely be disappointed with the outcome.

3. Your editor is likely to feel more invested in the kind of book she enjoys reading.
Your editor should be familiar with the conventions of what you write. You don’t want her suggesting, for instance, that you include an explicit sex scene in your Christian women’s fiction. Even more important, you want her to like your book enough to want it to be the best it can be. If a prospective editor seems lukewarm from the start about your manuscript or genre, walk away. Find an editor who exhibits genuine excitement about your project. This doesn’t mean that if you’ve written a young-adult paranormal vampire romance you need an editor who specializes solely in that genre. But it does mean that you don’t want an editor who hates teenagers, hates vampires and hates love stories.

4. This might sound obvious, but: You need to prepare yourself for feedback, criticism and direction.
Ideally, the feedback you receive won’t hurt your feelings. After all, your editor only wants to help you see your manuscript with new eyes (“re-vision” it), by providing suggestions for how to capitalize on its strengths and address its weaknesses. But sometimes, what you’re secretly hoping to hear is something like, “This is just about perfect. Let’s change a few commas and get it published!” I can’t even count the times I’ve wished an editor would say that to me instead of, “So, let’s start by rethinking the opening chapters. …”

This kind of feedback can be hard to hear, particularly if the scene your editor suggests cutting is, in fact, your favorite part of the entire manuscript—a part you’ve already revised 23 times. Of course, it’s your choice as to whether or not you take the advice—but do try to go into the process willing to consider changes. You might, for instance, agree with the editor about a problem in the manuscript, yet disagree with his suggestions about how to fix it. By talking this through with him, rather than just dismissing it, you can brainstorm a different solution.

5. Revision takes time.
After investing significant time writing a book, it’s easy to start feeling desperate to finally have it “done”—so much so that you risk shortchanging the editing process. But the truth is you cannot respond to a round of thorough developmental editing in a week. (Well, you can, but it won’t be your best work.) If you’re asking an editor for feedback about big-picture issues like structure, point of view and character development, expect that integrating that feedback into a rewrite can and should take some time.

6. It’s a waste of time and money to hire someone to copy edit your book before you’ve addressed all developmental and line edits.
Why pay someone to make the words pretty in a section you might end up reworking, rewriting entirely or even cutting? If you want to identify the kind of grammar and punctuation mistakes you’re making so you can improve this aspect of your manuscript as you work on your rewrite, consider paying to have your first chapter copy edited to serve as an example. Otherwise, hold off until the manuscript needs nothing but that final polish.

7. There’s a difference between wanting to publish this book and wanting to learn how to write better.
If you know this is the only book you’ll ever want to write (say, your complete memoirs, a relative’s life story or an instructional guide to support your business platform), you may want an editor who will just fix things for you instead of teaching you how to fix them. There’s nothing wrong with that; choose an editor accordingly, and be clear about your needs up front. If, on the other hand, there’s any possibility that you’ll want to write additional books, aim for an editor who will explain her rationale for the edits, so you can learn from the process and truly make the most of your investment in her services.

8. Don’t be shy about telling your editor what you want your book to accomplish.
It’s important to have a sense of what you want the reader to think and feel when he has turned the last page. Remember that although you know what you want to say in this book, editors are not mind readers. If your editor knows what you’re going for, she has a far better chance of getting you there. If your editor doesn’t explicitly ask, “What do you want the reader to take away from this?” tell her anyway so she knows your goal and can make sure you attain it.

9. Tinkering is not revising.
If your editor gives you “big picture” (developmental) feedback and you choose to address only little things (instead of rewriting the opening chapter, you begin obsessing over the color of the character’s dress), you may be shortchanging yourself and your manuscript. If you disagree with the feedback, rather than completely disregarding it, it’s worth trying to discuss other ideas for changes with your editor so you can get the most from this experience. (See No. 4.)

10. The editor’s job is to make your book the best it can be.
“The best it can be” does not mean “the best book in the entire universe.” It also doesn’t—and shouldn’t—mean “the vampire-free book the editor wishes it were.” It means making it something you feel truly represents what you wanted to do and say.

Final Words: 

Because achieving this for you is paramount, your editor has to tell you things about your manuscript that your friends, relatives or even critique group members might be afraid to say, such as, “Your protagonist isn’t very sympathetic early on. In fact, she’s whiny.” (We know you didn’t intend for her to be whiny. We know you meant for her to be funny. Perhaps we’re even personally familiar with thinking we are being funny when we are being a bit, um, whiny.) Let us help you bring out your protagonist’s good side, so she can voice her many complaints about life in a genuinely humorous way.

Saturday, 16 August 2014

Best 10 Methods of Direct Selling for Online Business Success

Want to increase leads, sales and revenue? Unless you’re living on a communal eco-farm, I’d guess the answer is yes.
The question is here, How do we increase leads, sales, and revenue for our business in a real, sustainable way?

That’s where growth hacking comes in… Why You Need to Growth in business. 

Growth hacking is a term coined by Sean Ellis in 2010. It refers to a skill set somewhere in between marketer and engineer; someone capable of creatively envisioning ways to grow a business, but also with enough technical know-how to make it happen – or worst case, know what is possible and what is impossible and outsourcing the former.

So if a growth hacker is someone who can see opportunities and exploits them for growth purposes (leads, sales, revenue, etc.), then a good growth hack is a technique, method, or process for creating this growth.

The problem: a lot of growth hacks are confusing (either difficult to envision or seemingly impossible to develop without a degree in computer alchemy).

The solution: simple growth hacks that anyone can implement with minimal to no code, that can be replicated in under an hour, and that will dramatically multiply your return on investment.

The following is a list of the top 10 growth hacks (in no particular order) that will help you do just that.

Note: each growth hack is designed for a specific scenario, so not all may apply to you.

10. Get More Leads and Sales (The LinkedIn Email Blast Technique)

Have a product or service you just launched and want to increase leads and sales as quickly and easily as possible?

Enter: The LinkedIn Email Blast Technique.

The LinkedIn Email Blast Technique is an extremely simple way to reach out to a potentially lucrative business demographic (people who follow you on LinkedIn).

There are two ways to put the LinkedIn Email Blast Technique to work.

Export your contacts from LinkedIn (under the connections tab), adjust the CSV file if necessary for your email service provide, and upload to your email service provider of choice like Mailchimp or Aweber.

From there, create a generic email template and send away.

For more details on how to do this, check out this article on GrowthHack.com.

CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management.

A CRM refers to a tool you can use to manage contacts. I personally use Contactually, but there are dozens of other solutions out there (including free ones like insightly.com and zoho.com among others).

When you use Contactually, you can automatically integrate LinkedIn into your contacts list (and, if you want, sync that list with Facebook friends, email subscribers, regular Gmail contacts, etc.). Next, you simply select LinkedIn from your contacts list and you’ll see everyone that was imported via LinkedIn.

From there, you can use an amazing function called “ScaleMail” to send out generic emails to a large group of people, but configure them down to the individual recipient if you want.

Best of all – you can batch send these emails to make sure they have a better chance of reaching their destination. Finally, you can actually track every email that goes out to see who opens up the email, who clicks, who responds, etc.
9. Get More Customers (The Hotmail Technique)

If you’ve been a reader of online marketing and sales strategies for some time, you’ll most likely recognize this growth hack.

The Hotmail Technique is named after the famous email provider’s use of marketing its service every time someone sent an email.

At the bottom of every message sent via Hotmail would be this text:

“PS. I love you. Get your free Hotmail account”

And it would link back to Hotmail, so anytime you sent a friend an email, he or she had a great incentive to find out more and get their own free email account.

According to growth hacker Andrew Gale, this was “the original growth hack…before growth hacking was even a thing.”

Simply include a link back to your site in the products or services you offer.
i. Add a link back to your site on highly shareable images, pdfs, documents, etc. (e.g. any of these pay what you want pdfs)
ii. Advanced technique: Automatically creating an affiliate link for your people who sign up for your software as a service product and include it anytime someone uses the software (like Mike Filsaime did with webinarjam.com)

8. Get More Subscribers (The Drawbridge Technique)

In the middle ages, many feudal lords ruled from a central castle.

Every castle had the same standard setup: a few main buildings surrounded by high walls and towers.

The more serious castles were surrounded by moats for extra protection. Of course, a moat is only good if you have a way for people to move across it easily in times of peace (and close it off during other times).

In other words: determine the access and flow of people.

Enter: the drawbridge.

Drawbridges provide a single path over the moat and inside the castle walls and you can only get in when it’s down.

Today, if the modern-day castle and moat is a website (a stretch, I know, but go with it), then the modern-day drawbridge is an optin box (a place for people to put their emails to get access).

Here are just a few:

What you’ll notice is that some of these examples force the user to enter their email to continue (Groupon), while others encourage people to submit their emails but don’t force.
Create a single page optin box for your site (you can use something free like AppSumo’s Interrupt WordPress Plugin or pay for LeadPages and set your homepage to a Leadpage splash page).
Either force people to enter their email address to get access or give them a great incentive to optin (optin bribe), but let them continue on whether they optin or not (this is probably a better strategy if you want to get people to trust you faster).

7. Get More Subscribers (The Original Lead Capture Method)

One word: Popups.

Popup optin boxes are one of the oldest growth hacks on the list and still one of the best.

If you want to turn more visitors into subscribers, the fastest, easiest way is to create a popup optin box for your site.

According to Craig Kilgore of MainStreetHost.com who recently started using the free SumoMe popup pluginListbuilder, adding a popup optin box has dramatically increased his overall site conversion.
Install a popup plugin on your website. Here are some examples of free and paid versions.
Set it up to offer a free optin bonus (see “The Hyper-Targeted Optin Upsell Technique” below for ideas on what increases conversion).
Watch new subscribers roll in.

6. Increase Sales (The Emergency Sales Technique)

If you’re in marketing or sales, you know urgency is essential for sales.

You can create urgency in a number of ways, most effectively by increasing scarcity.

One of the most effective ways to increase scarcity is by setting a time limit for something…

And then showing the potential customer how much time is left (get it or its gone!).

This classic sales technique has been used for thousands of years in thousands of ways, more recently by companies like Amazon, Gap, and Kayak to encourage immediate purchase of their products or services.

This technique is great for selling anything, from product sales to educational training material (for example, dozens of online infoproduct salesmen restrict enrollment to their completely digital courses – there’s no reason for this except to increase urgency and therefore sales)
Set a time limit for something you’re selling (e.g. if you’re selling an ecourse, have a 1 or 2 week launch window).
Let your users / readers / potential customers know about the time limit.
Advanced Technique: include a countdown timer. For more on this, read this article about how this technique helped sell over $3,000,000 of one product (using one landing page).

5. Get More Subscribers (The Hyper-Targeted Upsell Technique)

If you’re a bootstrapper selling products or services online, then you know one of the most effective and cheapest ways to get in front of an audience is through guest blog posting.

The concept is simple: find a website that has an audience of people you’d like to get in front of, write a guest post for them, and when it goes live it will drive people back to your website.

But then what?

What happens when the traffic comes?

First of all, a lot of people squander guest blog posting opportunities by having a weak call to action at the end their article (e.g. “click to read more of my writing”…blah, who cares?).

The second place many people fail is by having a generic optin incentive for people once they come back to your site.

That’s where The Hyper-Targeted Upsell Technique comes in.

Now, instead of trying to entice someone with a generic optin offer (or worse, no offer at all), you create a bonus piece of content that is a value-add to the one you originally created.

In a guest blog post I did for Fizzle.co, I wrote about experiments in Pay What You Want pricing. I explained how I made more money removing price and selling from my platform than had I used Amazon.

My hyper-targeted upsell?

An exclusive case study to show how my book performed on Amazon.

Who wouldn’t want to read that if they enjoyed the blog post I just wrote?
For every guest post, include a bonus that improves the original article (a case study, more detailed breakdown of the same material, checklists, swipe files, etc.).
Make the call to action explicitly clear at the end of the article, and make sure you use something to collect emails before giving the upsell (I use LeadPages or Gumroad.com)
Advanced Technique: create an optin using Gumroad’s Pay What You Want feature, which acts as a delivering system for your product if people take it for free, plus you can integrate it using Zapier to automatically curate emails into your email marketing service software (Mailchimp, Aweber, etc.). Get paid WHILE getting subscribers…double cool.
Advanced Technique: add a hyper-targeted upsell to every blog post you write for your own site, not just for guest blogs .


4. Get More Leads and Sales (The Giveaway Method)

Noah Kagan is the taco-eating genius behind AppSumo, a company that offers daily deals for businesses and entrepreneurs (think Groupon but for software and digital products).

One of the ways Noah was able to grow AppSumo to a multi-million dollar business with over 700,000 subscribers was through relentlessly testing new marketing tactics.

According to Noah, 86% of their marketing experiments fail.

Of those that worked, most were marginally successful.

But one in particular struck gold:

The Giveaway.

AppSumo tested out a lifetime giveaway of Dropbox to build their email list. It cost around $60,000 (if you assume an average lifespan of 60 years) and within a few days they had 250,000 new subscribers and made over $40,000 in new sales.
Download a program like King Sumo’s Giveaway plugin
Put up your giveaway
Promote and share

A caveat: don’t use this unless you have something to sell on the backend (AppSumo sells products every day, so it’s a good bet they’d convert new subscribers into customers).

Note: for one of the best talks on marketing in the past couple years, listen to Noah’s presentation on Rogue Marketing here.

3. Close More Sales (The Guaranteed Response Method)

Sometimes, you just need someone to reply to an email.

Maybe it’s a new business lead, maybe it’s someone you want to interview for your podcast, maybe it’s a hard to reach client, whatever.

It sucks when people don’t respond to your first email. But, here’s the thing: people are busy. They usually just need a reminder…

But remembering to send a reminder is painful.

That’s where The Guaranteed Response Method comes in.

The Guaranteed Response Method essentially forces people to respond to you…or ignore you an unrealistic amount of times.
Install Rebump.cc (free) for Gmail.
Every time you want to be sure you get a response, click ‘rebump’ at the bottom of your email:
Wait for your reply.

2. Automate Your Sales Funnel (The Ultimate Twitter Machine)

The Ultimate Twitter Machine is all about automating your Twitter growth and turning followers into email subscribers (and from there, customers).
Automate your Twitter growth with TribeBoost.com.
Automate audience engagement on Twitter by using Bufferapp.com.
Turn Twitter followers into email subscribers by use a program like Tweetganic.com.
Have an autoresponder set up to turn subscribers into sales (see “The Advanced Autopilot Sales Technique just below this).

1. Automate Your Sales Funnel (The Advanced Autopilot Sales Technique)

Once you start turning Twitter followers (or anyone) into a website or blog subscriber, then what?

Most people spend a lot of time creating new content…but why?

Not only does it take up too much time, the old stuff you create never gets properly distributed.

The solution: The Advanced Autopilot Sales Technique.

This technique is all about creating an automatic sales funnel through properly developed autoresponder email sequence and appropriate upsells.
Create an email list from an email marketing service provider (using Mailchimp, Aweber, Infusionsoft, etc.)
Determine the premier product you want to sell
Create a series (3 – 7, depending on industry) of emails to get the reader interested in the product or service you offer.
Integrate these emails into an autoresponder on your email marketing service provider
Advanced Technique: develop unique autoresponder upsells for every product or service you have (so that every product or service you sell has a little robot salesman guiding the transaction process)

Note: if you aren’t very comfortable writing sales letter or if you’ve never done an email autoresponder sequence, this could take more than 1 hour to implement (once you get good at it though, it can be done much, much faster).

Friday, 15 August 2014

50+ Free Twitter Engagement tools for marketers and Bloggers- 2015

Twitter is a fascinating adventure of relationships, entertainment, education, and fun. Now imagine layering on a few dozen powerups.

That’s how it feels sometimes when you find just the right Twitter tool. And there’s a tool for practically every desire or whim.

Tools for productivity, for efficiency, for research, and so much more. With such a generous API, Twitter tools have become legion—and we social sharers are better off for it.

At Buffer, we tend to come across a fair share of social media tools. We’ve collected a great bunch to share with you! Here are all the tools we’ve found helpful and many more that we’re excited to try. If there’s a free Twitter tool out there, you’re likely to find a mention here in our list. 

(If we missed any good free Twitter tools, let us know in the comments!)

The big list of 59 free Twitter tools for marketers
Navigate this list fast

Twitter Tools for Analytics

1. My Top Tweet: Your Top 10 list of tweets

Find anyone’s Top 10 tweets, ordered by engagement.

2. Wildfire: Follower growth analysis

Compare your follower growth to your competitors’s follower growth. Simple, helpful, enlightening.

3. SocialBro: Analytics, optimization, and more

A nearly all-in-one platform for all things Twitter. The free plan comes with analytics, best time to tweet, follow/unfollow tools, and community segmentation.

4. Riffle: Data visualizations for any Twitter user

This browser plugin reveals vast insights into any Twitter user you choose. Discover statistics, popular hashtags, most shared links, connected profiles, and much more.

5. Twitonomy: Detailed analytics on users and tweets

A dashboard of analytics for whichever Twitter user you choose (even yours). Analyzes profiles, tweets, engagement, and more.

6. Klout: Twitter scores

Track your influencer score (on a scale of 1-100) and use the Klout dashboard to create and schedule new tweets.

7. SumAll: Email reports for Twitter stats

Sync your Twitter to SumAll, and start seeing daily or weekly emails on how your followers are growing, your mentions, and your engagement.

8. SocialRank: Follower analysis to find your most awesome fans

Receive a sorted list of your best followers, most influential followers, and most engaged followers. Useful to track the important people to engage with on Twitter.

9. Twtrland: A Twitter resume

Plug in your Twitter account to see a snapshot of who you follow, which demographics you fit, who’s in your close network, and more.

10. Bluenod: Community visualization

Type in a user or hashtag and see a detailed map or visualization about the community around the user or the people using the hashtag.

Twitter Tools for Chats

11. Beatstrap: Team liveblogging

Cover live news, sports, and events through Twitter, via hashtags, and collaborate with your team on the coverage. Completed “Beats” come with an embed code.

12. TweetChat: Twitter chat management

Log in to follow a specific hashtag, hang out in a room that collects the hashtagged tweets for you, and reply as you like (with the hashtag added automatically to your tweet).

13. Chat Salad: A calendar of Twitter chats

See upcoming Twitter chats and when they’re scheduled, as well as the hashtags they use (so you can follow along).

14. Twubs: Twitter chat homepages

Register a hashtag for your chat and collect/view the tweets from one location.

15. Nurph: Chat planning and organizing

Nurph channels let you plan and organize your chat, complete with follow-up stats and replays.

16. TwChat: Real-time chat rooms for Twitter chats

Submit your hashtag. Enter your chat room. Have fun!

Twitter Tools for Discovering Fresh Content and Fun Users

17. BuzzSumo: Find influencers, topic-by-topic

Type in a keyword to see which voices get the most shares on Twitter. Find influencers, sniff out headline ideas, and learn what works on Twitter and who’s working it.

18. Nuzzel: Discover what your friends are reading

As described by Twitter’s Joanna Geary, “find out what’s trending among the people the people you follow follow.” Make sense? Translation: Content discovery from friends and friend of friends.

19. Swayy: What your followers are interested in

See the content that your followers recommend plus the topics they most enjoy. View it all via the dashboard or from a daily email digest.

20. Twipho: Searchable Twitter feed of photos

Search by keyword or by location to find photos shared on Twitter.

21. Sonar Solo: Discover keyword-related content

Search any topic to see a visualization of the related topics, trends, and Twitter profiles connected to your search.

22. Topsy: A search engine for social

The most recent and most relevant tweets (and other social updates) based on a keyword search. Also shows keyword volume, sentiment score, and other analytics.

23. Digg Deeper: The best stories from your friends

An algorithmic display of the top articles and links that your Twitter followees have shared. Pair with News.me: a daily email newsletter of what your friends share on Twitter.

24. The Latest: A museum for the day’s best Twitter links

A real-time, constantly updated list of the most interesting links on Twitter, culled from the accounts of interesting people

Twitter Tools for Following & Unfollowing

25. ManageFlitter: Follow/unfollow in bulk

Segment your followers according to a number of factors: last tweet, follower count, location, language and whether or not they follow you back.

26. Tweepi: Tidy up who you follow

Cleanup inactive follows, flush those who don’t follow back, and reciprocate someone else’s follow—all done in bulk and with a few clicks of a checkbox.

27. Unfollowers: In-depth follow/unfollow

Get a complete breakdown of those you follow, and unfollow with ease.

28. DoesFollow: See who follows whom

Does A follow B? Does Bill Gates follow Skrillex? Does Guy Kawasaki follow Jay Baer?

Twitter Tools for Hashtags

29. Hashtagify.me: Complete analytics into any hashtag

Enter a hashtag to discover related tags, recent conversations, usage patterns, and influencers.

30. Rite tag: Hashtag recommender

Plug in a hashtag and see feedback on the tag’s reach and popularity as well as suggestions for some alternatives to try. Complete with pretty colors to see at-a-glance which hashtags are best.

31. Seen: Hashtag-based curation

Collect the media that was shared with a certain hashtag, then rank the results. Share your curation with friends and followers.

Twitter Tools for Mentions & Monitoring

32. Keyhole: LIke Google Alerts for Twitter

Ask Keyhole to notify you whenever a particular keyword, hashtag, or URL is mentioned. Helpful to track mentions of your own name or your company’s blog or campaign.

33. The One Million Tweetmap: Geolocated, real-time tweet monitoring

Track and follow keywords as they’re tweeted in real-time and at real places. Zoom in to a geotargeted area for super fine results.

34. Twilert: Real-time email alerts for keywords

Track keywords on Twitter and receive an email notification every time they’re mentioned. Great for keeping an eye on company names, new products, and branded hashtags.

35. Mention: Monitor your mentions

A listening tool for keeping up with all your mentions on Twitter. Tracks, analyzes, and displays any number of keywords via the Mention dashboard or via email digests.

36. MentionMapp: The web of you and those you mention

Get a visualization map of you and all the people you mention (and they people they mention).

37. Twazzup: Real-time keyword monitoring

Search and track any keyword, username, or hashtag. See a results page full of relevant tweets, user accounts, and influencers.

Twitter Tools for Scheduling Tweets

38. Buffer: Schedule your tweets (plus a whole lot more)

Simple social media management. Fill a queue of tweets, analyze their performance, and find new, hand-picked stories to share.

39. Tweet4me: Scheduled tweets via DM

Send a direct message to the Tweet4me account, use shorthand and prefixes to denote when to share, and let Tweet4me schedule and send the tweet for you.

Twitter Tools for Timing

40. Followerwonk: Search Twitter bios and analyze your followers

Every analysis imaginable for your Twitter feed, your profile, your followers, and your competitors.

41. Tweriod: Find the best times to tweet

Tweriod analyzes the tweets you send and your followers’s tweets to find the optimal time for engagement.

Twitter Tools for Trending Topics

42. Trends24: Detailed breakdowns of trending terms

See trending terms from the last—you guessed it—24 hours, broken out hour-by-hour and country-by-country. Enlightening for social media campaigns and geographic/timing research.

43. Trendsmap: Monitoring for local Twitter trends

A zoomable map that shows popular hashtags and terms from anywhere in the world with easy-click buttons to hone in on My City, My Region, and more.

44. iTrended: Did it trend?

Search the past 15 days to find whether certain keywords trended or not.

Top Twitter Clients

45. Tweetdeck: The king of Twitter clients

Via the app or the web, stay on top of your Twitter stream with Tweetdeck’s organization and tracking tools. Split your stream into segmented columns to stay engaged with what’s important.

46. YoruFukurou – Twitter client

A native Twitter client for Mac OS X. Dashboard views of incoming tweets, lists, and searches, split across multiple tabs. Comes highly recommended from Kottke.org.

47. Happy Friends: Mailbox-type reader

Pick the friends you want to hear from. Never miss their tweets. View all their activity via an inbox-style layout with nested updates.

Miscellaneous Twitter Tools

48. TW Birthday: Dig up the date someone joined Twitter (even if they won’t say)

For those who omit the “date joined” on their profile, there’s still a way to discover it. See how long your new favorite follow has been tweeting or when a new profile officially landed.

49. Bio is Changed: be alerted when someone changes their Twitter bio (good for job moves)

Rather self-descriptive, this tool updates you when someone changes their Twitter bio. Useful if you’d like to track job moves and major news or even to learn from how people craft unique Twitter bios.

50. Like Explorer: See shares per article

Type in a URL. See the share numbers. Simple.

51. Tweet Beat: List management

A powerful tool for managing your Twitter lists—adding, removing, discovering, and sharing.

52. and 53. IFTTT & Zapier: Automate your tweeting

Connect multiple apps in unique ways to your Twitter account. For example, post your Instagram pictures as native Twitter photos.

54. Be Present: Track how fast you respond on Twitter

Real-time reports on your response time, response rate, and performance based on industry benchmarks. Also, really pretty to look at.

55. SavePublishing: Tweetable snippets on any website

Install the bookmarklet, and you can reveal any tweetable sentences (140 characters or fewer) from any article.

56. Tweekly: Once-a-week email of tweets you care about

Tell Tweekly which Twitter account you want to hear from, Tweekly pulls all their tweets and emails you weekly.

57. GroupTweet: Collaborate with teammates on one account

Let your teammates and coworkers share to the same account automatically with zero password-sharing. GroupTweet can even append usernames on to the end of individual tweets.

58. Storify: Beautiful Twitter storytelling

Grab any number of tweets and media elements, and place them all into a Storify collection that you can embed and share anywhere.

59. Tweet Topic Explorer: A word cloud per user

Discover the most-used words of any user you choose (even you).
What are your go-to Twitter tools?
Which tools are must-haves for you with your Twitter experience?

Which Twitter tools have you already used today?

My mornings always start with a read of News.me (the email version of Digg Deeper) and a dip into Buffer to check some stats. I spend most of my Twitter time replying to others directly from the native web app. In the evenings, I’ll grab some content suggestions from Buffer, Swayy, BuzzSumo, and a couple others and fill the Twitter queue for the next day.

I’d love to hear about your favorite Twitter tools in the comments!

Wp Engine Affiliate Program to Earn legit Huge Income as $150 Per Sale

Wp Engine is a famous hosting program where you can host your WordPress blog with high features and comfort. As a blogger and marketing professional, I’ve tried many affiliate programs like hosting programs and other online tools and yes, I’ve made some good income from them too. After getting satisfied with many affiliate programs, still I’m searching for some kinda great affiliate programs which pays high as well as with some other great affiliate bonuses. It is mentioned that I am a successful freelancing author cum advertising consultant too. I have 100s of freelancing profiles and my services are listed where and there. Simply search my default user name "Purbitaditecha" any freelancing website, easily get my profile and services there.

Here I am  introducing you the crazy affiliate program by Wp Engine which pays a minimum of $150 per sale you make.Its not over they give a lot of perks to their active affiliates, so let’s discuss on that matter.

Wp Engine Affiliate Program

As I said before they pay a minimum of $150 per sale you make and that’s just a minimum, because the Wp Engine is having a premium plan where you can add up your needs and finally they’ll say an amount to be paid.For example, If one of your affiliate needs a premium plan which sum up to $1000/Month according to his needs then you get 100% of his first month income i.e, $1000 affiliate commission  that’s too great.

Commission Per Sale : $150 or 100% of the First Month Sale (which ever is higher)

Cookie Lasts For : 180 Days 

Sub Affiliate : Earn $50 Per Sale

Pay Per Lead Commission : $0.01 / Signup

Bonuses : 

No: Sales                    /Month Bonus

5                                  $100

10                                $250

25                                $625

40                                 $1000

60                                 $1500

So let’s calculate 

Suppose if you can generate 10 sales a month, to generate sales you may try using the resources you have or you may also try Search Engine traffic which really have a great conversion rate.So you’re generating 10 sales a month,hence

10 Sales a Month x $150 = $1500 /Month + $250 Bonus = $1750 (Approx : 1 Lakh INR )

The more the sales you generate , the more the money you make .Currently the Wp Engine Affiliate program is managed by ShareASale Affiliate network and you can login without any approval  Don’t wait just start .

How to Make Money Doing Micro Jobs from freelancing websites

Freelancing is a coveted job by many people of today’s generation. Who does not want to be their own bosses and work on a very flexible schedule? Modern technology has made it easy for people to do freelance jobs.

This type of job also has evolved into something bigger and people want to use their skills in this field and work for other people at a reasonable price. You can hear so much about money-making opportunities online, but you may have not tried it yet. You may be apprehensive about the whole scene but making money online can be a great opportunity for you.

What Are Micro Jobs

Micro Jobs are online tasks that can be completed in few minutes. The tasks are very simple and basic knowledge of internet is sufficient for anyone to complete these tasks.

At Micro Jobs Websites, you may be asked to,

  • Sign up for newsletters on websites
  • Like or share something on Facebook and Google Plus
  • Tweet or retweet something
  • Make posts on forum
  • Post comments on blogs
  • Create a Gmail or Yahoo account for someone
  • Rate an Android or IOS application
  • Classify products into categories
  • Find information on Google

Judge the sentiments of the tweet etc, among various other jobs

Finding work at Microworkers is one step and it is easy to learn how to make money with micro jobs.

If you are serious about knowing how to make money with micro jobs, you need to consider signing up with Microworkers. It is perfect for those who need freelancing jobs and it can be highly profitable as well. Signing up is free and easy; all you will need is a stable internet connection and you’re good to go.

You need to understand that jobs at Microworkers are small, hence the name. You’ll be doing tasks such as following people on Twitter, casting votes on Youtube videos, and the like, and you will get paid for it. These are small tasks but there are people who are very much willing to pay for the work that you do because they will need several people to do these tasks and they cannot accomplish it by themselves.

Understanding how to make money with micro jobs requires you to think of a bigger picture. At first, these jobs only pay you very little, but each time you do it, you are actually earning and in the long run, these can amount to bigger money. There are also jobs bigger than those considered as the “micro” ones and these include writing blogs and writing product reviews for websites. Bigger jobs they may be, it does not mean that it may take you time to accomplish them compared to micro jobs.

Filling out forms for insurance policies is one of the considered profitable micro jobs. It will only take you about 5 minutes to complete the job and you already get a good amount of pay for such easy task.

How Do Micro Job Websites Work?

The websites which offer Micro Jobs, have two types of people registered with them

  • Employer: A Person who wants to get a task done
  • Worker: A Person who wants to make money by completing tasks

To be successful on how to make money with micro jobs, it would help if you already have free accounts with big sites such as Facebook, Youtube, Reddit, and Google +. You need to figure out your which micro job is your strength. You’ll be doing one job after another and soon enough, you’ll bank in a great amount of money.

The best part about making money with mirco jobs is that you can easily do it at the comforts of your own home. You have your own schedule and you’ll be working as you please. There are no deadlines to meet and no bosses to please; plus, the earnings are as real as they can get. How to make money with micro jobs starts by registering a free account with Microworkers.

Thursday, 14 August 2014

Affiliate Market Leader Amazon has Launched Amazon CPM Ads for Invitees

Marketers and Bloggers are now looking for different ways to make money online through their blogs. There is good news for all them, as Amazon has also come up with CPM Ads which you can utilize on the blog space and earn some money too. Amazon had options for the publishers only where they could make use of the advertising sales in order to make money online but with the introduction of Amazon CPM Ads, the publishers as well as the bloggers both will be benefited.

Affiliate Market Leader Amazon has Launched Amazon CPM Ads for Invitees 

Amazon allows customization of banner ad
It is not that you will have to accept whatever Amazon is providing you in the form of banner ad; instead you can create new advertisement code which will be specially designed for your blog only. Depending on the space available on your site, you will be able to select the banner size and all this can be done right from the affiliate account that you have on Amazon. Apart from creating your own banner ad, you can also help yourself by opting for the CPM rate that you are expecting while you are selecting another advertisement code. Now you will be able to link the product ad of Amazon directly to the product specified in the advertisement, so it is definitely going to help you a lot in earning.
Some other features available

When you will create the ad code, at the bottom you will find an option, it will allow you to track the CPM Ads with the help of some Analytics provider. So, now that Amazon CPM Ads are in the network race of advertisement we can expect some great turnovers for the bloggers and publishers alike. More so because the marketing strategy of Amazon is always considered to be the best in the world, therefore, when it is coming out with something, high hopes are bound to happen. In order to make all of this happen, you have to first select the option of Amazon CPM Ads, which is a new addition to your account and is available right below the tracking ID from Amazon.
Earning made easy online

Amazon CPM Ads are one of the easiest ways to earn more money and the best thing is that you can easily set this up without any major hitches. Even the operation of this CPM Ad is quite simple too, and that is why you will not face any difficulty in earning more and more from the display. You can be rest assured about the quality of ads that will be displayed in here.

Moreover, you can name your ad unit along with the size of the ad and the Pass back Ad code. All of these need to be mentioned in different spaces available for them. Now that you are done with the creation of ad code, you just need to copy the ad code and paste it on your blog to get started with your Amazon CPM Ads. Your code will be created as soon as you click on Create Ad code.

Update : This isn’t announced officially by amazon yet. If you are amazon affiliate and not able to see any option for amazon CPM ads that mean you are not invited by them and you need to wait until it is officially announced.

Friday, 1 August 2014

Processing Emails for Cash to Make REAL Money Online from Home

How can I start making money Online, then you start thinking do a quite lots of research on Google, Bing, Yahoo, and what so ever search engine you find comfortable searching with… Also it’s best to ask friends that have a quite delicate Ideas on how it works, how the pay works and also preferably ask good friends who does work-online and Did get paid working online; True.

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As the time-goes by and we can’t change it to the fact the technology is evolving like a monster that we cannot tract what is the new trend but if you were staying up all-day-and-night reading-article, blog-post and sometimes anonymous post which is quite unsure if it is true or not, so let’s go back to the topic…

Making money online is the best way to have part-time-jobs or even-full-time, if you were lucky to find one and get hired by any-employer on specific-or-multiple-skills that they needed that must and be in you… It’s a bit un-orthodox if you are new in this kind of trend of work…

Here is the answer on How to make online money: there are lots and lots of online-jobs-flat-forms let me some it up for you:

Patience (You need lots and lots of this I tell you).
Look for a Job through; ODESK , Freelancer ,skillpages; this are one of the best way to find a good employer for freelancer like you and me.
Create blogs (here you can try creating your blog) blog is like a little diary where people love to read your piece of work or you create what-so-ever topic that you may like; randomly. Find your audience.
Apply for Google Adsense (here google will pay for you with each click on the ads they would put on your Blog or website).

Make a donate button(this button will connect through your paypal account then Wallla Money) –if your audience love your work then they would surely give you a donation, maybe you can beg for it.

Here are the things that you needed:

Have your own PC/Laptop (If you don’t have one then you can try friends who are very generous enough to lend you one or maybe go to Internet-café’s that you could rent for hour and hours investing your time finding ways on How to make money online.)
Have a very-good internet-connection.
Have your own email-address (I think all of us have one, especially nowadays that everyone needs an email in order to register on Facebook- everyone has facebook.)
Have an instant-messenger (Skype or Yahoo-messenger, Best way to communicate with friends and with your employer but sometimes facebook would do).
Also register for a Paypal-account (Fast and easy to transfer money bank to bank via paypal).

There are lots of things that you may needed but this are just some of it as you work online you will find new things and applications that would make your life-easy when doing online jobs and this can make your questions about How to make money online –easier…. But when doing online-jobs there always risk not get paid and sometimes you need an overwhelming patience in order to be successful in the first-step hard but when you over-come the first-step you can eat it like a piece of cake…

Great Way to Earn Money – Processing Emails for Cash

We are all witnessing numerous adds for email processing for money all over the Internet. Well, now you have a chance to make money from something that you can certainly do – process emails.

Here is the deal: There are actually companies that will pay you just to process mails to people who seek for jobs online. Surprisingly, there is no spamming included, it’s 100% legal and can really help you earn online in a short amount of time. Namely, these email addresses belong to people who have actually agreed to receive these kinds of mails.

Now what is happening here is that you actually send them websites that provide lots of job offers and those people agree to pay you if you will send them detailed instructions so they can access the method and learn how the job actually works. Easy, right?

This type of job is great because it is extremely easy to do and you can do it from the comfort of your living room without worrying about getting up and actually going to a 9-5 type of job. It is very surprising fact how many people decide to do this kind of work. Currently the customer demand for email processing job is increasing from minute to minute and it seems like everybody wants to earn some extra cash right from their own home.

Of course, making money from email processing is not as easy as it sounds. There are a lot of procedures and rules that you have to stick by in order to actually make some serious money.

Possibly one of the best companies offering email processing for cash is the this one we found .

This website will not only provide you with the most useful information on email processing, it will also offer you a great bank of similar websites that pay you for that service.

Maybe you did not know, but what actually happens when they tell you that you process emails is that you are really selling ads to people. You won’t get paid unless those people buy what you are offering in the ads that you process. The fee you pay at the start of your selling is non refundable and it is most likely to be the same amount as you will be paid to process that ad.

You will only make a profit if the person you are sending the mail buys the product. You will, de facto, make a provision out of that purchase. Therefore, you can make money from each and every email you process because the people will purchase when you are posting your ads, the more ads you purchase the more money you will make daily. Sounds cool huh?! Yeah I believe so too.

Bottom line, you will probably have to send about 5-10 emails to get just one person to buy the product, so it’s really not hard to earn online from this method.

So now you see that you do not make money just for sending those mails, you actually have to sell the product you are promoting. Maybe it would be wise for you to start with this company here:

All in all, whether you want to buy a new computer or a piece of furniture, or if you just want to add some money to your kid’s college fund, email processing on a daily basis will get you the kind of cash flow that will allow you to earn money to do whatever your hearts desire.