16 Dec 2020


       G2a .com is website that sell games very cheap than several other sites and also gives a discounted coupon to even get cheaper than the tag price.One  of the way to make money with them is to buy the game and resell it else where at a bigger price,which i have not try.

          Apart from selling games, they also allow people  to register and sell the games through their affiliate links.so what you have to do is to share your affiliate link on the internet.This is what i do.

14 Sep 2018

How to create  post and pages in wordpress step by step
 In this lessons, you will learn how to create and manage posts and pages in wordpress. This lesson introduces you to the basics of content creation and then more advanced topics such as including images, audio and video to enrich your reader’s experience. Creating  Posts are the lifeblood of any blog. They are the reason people come back to a blog or subscribe to an RSS feed. If a blog doesn’t have an influx of new content most people have no desire to visit As a result. Creating and maintaining posts are some of the most common activities you will perform on your site. Posts don’t need to be fancy or laborious to create. The less time you spend thinking about how to operate the tool, the more time you can spend creating content. Word Press has provided several easy Ways to create new posts. The easiest way to create a new post is to click the New Post button in the Upper-right corner of the administrative screen. You can always create a new post from the side menu under Posts. Add New.
N.B The New Post Button The New Post button is context sensitive, so at may not always appear as New Post. 

The first field at the top of the Add New Post page is the post title. This is the “headline” of your post. A good title is the key to a good post. It should grab the attention of your reader and draw them in. Often, it is the only part of your post some people will see, such as an RSS index listing. After you finish entering your title and tab (or move your cursor) to the next field, a URL appears just below the title with the label Permalink.For now, this is the link to your post. There are also two buttons below the title: Edit—This button allows you to modify the suffix of the URL By default WordPress creates the URL based on the date and title words. Although you cannot change the date, you can change the part with the title words if you choose, as long as it remains unique. WordPress removes symbols such as S, &, and @ from the title to avoid confusion with special symbols used by web addresses Use the Edit button next to the permalink to modify the URL For example, add the word “percent” where WordPress,removed the & symbol. Short Link—This button provides a quick way to take your long URL and collapse it down to something easier to reference in a short messaging system like a mobile text message or Twitter For example, your default permalink is http://your name.worpress.com/2009!lli2iffunniest-bcnper-stickers, and the short link is http://tsmflOySH-k At a minimum, all you need for a basic post is a title and text in the message body. Then click Publish and you’ve created a post! Of course, there are many options to add more pizzah to your posts. The following sections describe how to format and enhance your post. 

  The Visual Editor 

Just below the title is the body of the post. This is the place where you enter the text (and other items) of your post. This area operates much like a standard word processor t or offering indentation, bullet list, bold, italic, centering and other formatting option. More advanced content items are Covered later in this lesson you can find out what each icon does by pass ing your cursor over it. That’s not too bad, but a little plain. Let’s take a look at the visual Editor Toolbar and see how it might help us enhance our post. Some of the icons are covered later in this lesson to demonstrate how to include more than text in your post. When you highlight the word Author and click the B icon on the toolbar, the word turns bold By repeating this procedure for the words pages, ISBM and Comments, you can enhance the look of your poet by making the headers stand out. You might also highlight the title of the book and click the l icon to make the title italic. Don’t go overboard wish formatting. Though. You can use the button that has the ABC with a line through to create “strikeout” ten Bloggers commonly use strikeout as a reminder to come back and update posts as new facts related to the topic emerge. By highlighting some text and clicking the strikeout icon, you leave the text in the post. but readers can see that it is obsolete. The icon to the right of strikeout lets you create a bulleted list To create a new bulleted list, start with your cursor at the beginning of a new line and click the bullet list icon. A bullet appears, and you can begin typing your first list item. At the end of the first item, press Enter and a second bullet appears- Continue this process until you complete your list When you are done, press Enter on a blank bullet (typically your last one). and your list is terminated To create a bulleted list from existing text hih1ight the lines where you want a bullet and click the bullet list icon. Numbered lists operate just like bullet list. The icon for numbered lists is next to the bullet lists and has a 123 with lines next To it

13 Sep 2018

        Completing Your Wordpress Profile

In this lesson you will learn the value of setting up your wordpress-profile, where to Locate your personal profile, how to set the various options, and what Each option does. Finding Your Profile Let’s begin by finding your profile- If you are not already logged into WordPress.com, start by taking one of the following steps: Go to https://wordpress.com, log in. and click the Dashboard Link under the name of your blog. b Go ta http://yoursite.wordpress.com. click the Log in link, and Enter your login ID) and password. If your browser remember You from a previous session, click the Site Admin link After you are logged in, look at the side menu on the left and scroll down if Necessary to locate the section labeled Users. As you move your cursor over The User label, a downward -pointing triangle will appear. Click the triangle To expand the menu options. In that list, check Your Profile. Your screen Should now look similar to the one shown in image below

Profile Options

Your user profile contains several options to help manage and personalize your blog including your personal preference, contact information, and how you would like to be represented online. The information in your user Profile will applies to all the blogs you own on WordPress.com. Most of the Information in your user wordpress -profile is not displayed publicly.

 Your Personal API Key

The first item displayed at the top of the  word-profile screen is your Personal API key. This key is your personal identifier to the WordPress.com system. It allows the system to identify you if you choose to use services and Enhancements the system has to offer, even if you host your blog else Where, it is generated automatically when created your WordPress.com Account. Treat the API key like a password and do not share it. The most popular use of the API key is with the wordpress antispam service Akismet.

 Personal Options 

The Personal Options section of the user profile defines the basics of how you interact with WordPress. Options include the color scheme for the administrative interface, the image you present to the world, and even what language you use.

Visual Editor 

The Visual Editor Setting allows you turn on or off the enhanced functionality of the editor when you are composing content such as a blog posting or page. I recommend leaving this box unchecked so that you can see the text you create much as it will be displayed when the reader reads it. The Visual Editor operates much like most common word processors do with WYSIWYG (“winy-wig.” which stands for What You See Is What You Get) functionality. For example. when you click the icon for a Bulleted list you see a list of bullets in the editor window: If you uncheck Visual Editor, the icons change to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) Tags. And you aren’t able to edit your text unless you understand HTML, which is beyond the scope of this book. If you do know HTML. you can still see it and manipulate it even with the Visual Editor enabled.

 Admin Color Scheme 

The Admin Color Scheme option gives you a choice of using blue or gray highlights and borders in your WordPress admin screens. This is a personal preference. Choose whichever you feel most comfortable with.

 Keyboard Shortcuts 

Keyboard Shortcuts were introduced in 2008 to help you rapidly manage comments using your keyboard instead of several mouse clicks. By default, Keyboard Shortcuts is turned off, so if your blog gets a lot of Comment or you manage them en masse you might want to consider turning it on. To turn on Keyboard Shortcuts. Check the box next to Enable Keyboard Shortcuts for Comment Moderation.

 Browser Connection 

To enable an encrypted connection between your browser and the server when you manage your blog or its settings, which is recommended, check the Always Use HTPS When Visiting Administration Pages box By default, this option is disabled (unchecked). Although enabling this option is not mandatory, it is a good idea, particularly when you reset user pass words. Without the feature enabled, all information is passed between your computer and the WordPress.com server in “clear format,” meaning anyone with moderate technical skills could listen to your conversation. If you enable this feature, all traffic between your browser and the server is encrypted, so anyone listening gets a garbled message.

Interface Language. 

 Interface Language WordPress.com supports a wide variety of languages. When you select a language, all the settings, application labels, and other features of WordPress.com are translated. Changing the Interface Language setting does not modify the language in which the content is presented, so if your posts are written in English, changing the interface language to French will not translate your postings. Primary Blog As mentioned in Lesson 1, “Introducing WordPress". WordPress.com allows you to operate multiple blogs from the same account. The Primary Blog setting in your profile lets you specify one blog as your primacy blog, which is the default blog displayed when you look at stats and other information in the Global Dashboard.


The Proofreading section allows you to enable and disable certain types of grammatical checks the visual Editor performs when you click the ABC Check button. Depending on what options you choose in your profile, the proofreading feature will catch or ignore these. For example, checking the Clichés option instructs the proofreader to underline phrases such as -Have a nice day.” The same button can also check for spelling errors and make style suggestions. For example, say you enable the proofreading feature and later type the sentence I got all the way threw the test without a mistake. Clicking the ABC Check button runs the proofreader and identifies the word threw as a possible mistake and allows you to correct it When you click the underlined word, the proofreader makes the suggestion ‘Did you mean.. Through?” If you find the grammar checker catching phrases you use repeatedly, you can add them to the list of phrases just under the series of check boxes in the Proofreading option.


 The following sections describe how to set or change your name and the way it is displayed so others . Username
The Username is the name that you use for logging in to the system. It cannot be changed after it is set—not even by a user with Administrator rights. Nickname Your nickname can be different from your login name. It is the name that people will know you by. For example. I signed up with the account ayomite.” but I want everyone to know me as opemite? on this blog. I can use the nickname to differentiate it from my login name. This capability is helpful because the login name cannot be changed. Display Name Publicly As The value selected from the Display Name Publicly As list is how the system displays your name when you make a post. You can choose from your login name. Nickname, first name only, last name only, or both in either order. Changing this setting later updates any previous postings you have made. The system stores your real name with the posting and displays the value you select from the list Contact Info You use the Contact Info section to provide information regarding how other users can contact you. The only required field is E-mail, which is how WordPress contacts you when you have new comments or user registrations. WordPress automatically uses the email address you entered when you registered. If you try to change your email address here, WordPress puts your original email address back and sends a message to the new address you entered with a link that takes you to the settings Where you can make the actual change. The correct place to change your email address is in General Settings. Optionally, you can provide your website, AOL Instant Messenger (AIMl. Yahoo ¡M. and Jabber/Google Talk s for those who might want to reach you through one of those online services .

About Yourself 

If you went so let your readers know a little bit more about you, fill in the About Yourself section. Although you aren’t required to complete the fields in this section. sharing a bit of yourself with your readers is not Bad idea.

Biography Info 

The text area labeled Biographical Info is a place for you to give a brief overview of yourself.

Completing Your About Page.

At some point, you might need to change your password. If you host your own blog. you probably want to change your password right after you set up the blog with a default Administrator account and random password. Change your password in the section at the bottom of your profile. Choosing a new password can be tricky. The goal is to use something meaningful, that you are likely to remember. yet challenging enough so someone else won’t be likely to guess it. Optimally, you don’t want to use a password that has been used somewhere else in case that one has been compromised. Here are a few guidelines for choosing a password: Use a password that is at least six characters long (the longer. the better). Use a combination of letters (upper- and lowercase), numbers. and symbols. Try to stay away from dictionary words. Use mnemonics (memory devices) to help you remember passwords Change your password regularly. This procedure is a nuisance, but it’s les-s painful than losing a valuable data. Some people on the Internet seem so have nothing better than trying to break into accounts on popular sites like WordPress.com WordPress offers a “strength indicator” just under the password field. As you type your password. WordPress tells you how good your password is on a rating from very weak to strong.
Examples of poor passwords are
wordpress—All lowercase—too obvious.
 1234abcde—Although this example uses a combination of letters and numbers, it is fairly easy for computer to calculate this oombination
 Bunny—Too short and uses a word from the dictionary.
 Examples of strong passwords are
 MylsrBWg!— A decant length (10 characters): uses uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and sy mbols. Ra’s!ns+Chücülate—Although these look like dictionary words, symbols and numbers replace some letters, which makes it more difficult for a computer to crack but easy for a human to remem ber. 2Maps&2Chafl$—Uppercase. lowercase, numbers. Symbols and good length. Sometimes you only need to look around the room to find a good password.

Your Gravatar 

Gravatar is a concatenation of “global recognized avatar An avatar is a photo or other graphic that represents you. Avatars are usually 80 X 80 pixels in size . Normally, as you navigate around the Web, you need to upload an avatar to each site. A gravatar allows you to use one avatar across multiple sites, chat room. forums, and so on. You might see one in a WordPress site if the theme has been designed to display them There are several ways to set your WòrdPress gravatar. These include Uploading an existing image from your computer Using your webcam to take a snapshot of yourself. You need a machine with a functioning webcam and Adobe FlashPlayer installed to take this approach. Using a link to an existing online image. Using your previous WordPress.com avatar (if you had one). Going to http://en.gravatar.com set your avatar there and having WordPrers .com reference it. This example uses an image from the local computer. The following steps will walk you through one way of setting your gravatar:
1. Click on the image that locks like a sideways G in the upper right on your profile page (or the Change Your Gravatar link just below it). A window displays in front of the other tat onyour browser window

2. Click the link Upload a New Image from Your Computer to Instruct WordPress to use an image on your computer as your gravatar.
3. Click the Browse button and look around for an image that suits you. When you bave located an image, select it, click Open. And click the Next button
 4. The image file is sent to the saver, and the gravatar image is displayed on the screen. A square on top of your image indicates the actual past of the image that is displayed (as shown in the two preview windows on the right).
5. Retire the box on top of your image by dragging the handlebars to change the size of the image area. You also can drag the square to a different area on your image.
 6. After you hate selected the appropriate area and your preview windows look the way you want, dick the Crop and Finish! button.
7. Provide a raring for your image by clicking on the appropriate letter. Descriptions of the ratings are provided. Depending on the rating. your image my not be displayed on all sites that use gra vatars.
8. Click the X in the upper right of the window to close the Gravatar window. Your gravatar is associated with your email address; in this case, it’s associated with the email address you provided for your WordPress.com Account .If your gravatar does not appear right away. you might need to refresh your screen or click Your Profile (on the left). behind the scenes, you just interacted with the gravatar.com website to set your image across multiple websites. SEE HOW TO FOUND LOW COMPETITION KEYWORD FOR YOUR WORDPRESS SITE

29 Aug 2018


Video marketing is another very powerful option when it comes to driving traffic to your website and as it with other methods it has some specific advantages that makes it uniquely useful.
Perhaps the biggest advantage video has is how engaging it is.
Another big advantage of video ,is that is so persuasive and is potentially emotional.If you can put your video into a video form.Then you will have a way of to really suck people in and to get a lot of visit to your website.

 (1) https://vimeo.com

Dialymotion  is a French video-sharing website that allows users to view, upload, browse videos by searching tags, categories, channels, or user-created groups. Dailymotion offers a wide range of random video content

Twitch is a video site for gamers. Here people broadcast themselves playing or talking about games while others watch them either live or via archived footage. You can also broadcast or archive your gameplay, chat with other gamers and join various gaming communities. The free account comes with advertising on videos. If you want to remove it, consider going Turbo. Here are more options open to Turbo subscribers:

 LiveLeak is a UK-based video sharing website that lets users publish videos. Although LiveLeak is majorly oriented to politics, war, and other world events, users are free to post any content they want if it doesn’t violate the website policy. For example. it’s prohibited to upload any advertising media, music (unless you are the copyright holder), videos showing criminal activity, etc. The ideal for LiveLeak video should contain sufficient factual background information or news value

YouTube has reached a level of ubiquity in the video-sharing market that for millions of internet users, YouTube is not only how they were introduced to video sharing—it's also the only video sharing site they're even aware of. Videos uploaded to YouTube have to be smaller than 2GB, and they must be 10 minutes or shorter in length if you're using a basic account. YouTube places no restriction on the number of videos you can upload as long as they follow the 2GB/10min rule. You can't edit your videos once you've uploaded them to YouTube, but you can annotate them with additional information and links. YouTube lets you embed and customize the player, again, for free.
  • Vine is a website with tons of interesting 6 second looped videos;
  • StupidVideos presents funny and stupid videos from around the web and TV;
  • Ustream (from $99/month) is a video streaming service for business owners and media;
  • Flickr is Yahoo!’s service to host your images and videos;
  • Facebook and Instagram accept user-generated videos;
  • CollegeHumor is one of the most popular comedy sites with tons of funny videos.
There are multiple approches you can take  to make  a video.The first and the most common is to film yourself talking and include some cutaways or still images to mix things up.This days you can record high quality on a lot of phones.Write a script, speaks slowly as many  take as you can.Now you should look at using software like Adobe premiere for editing.
Now try to edit your video so it flows nicely and so you aren’t lingering on
one shot for too long. When transitioning between takes, always switch
angle at the same time and try to pick off from the same timestarnp. If
you’re not doing that then ¡t can look a little jarring  (it’s called a jump cut’)
but you can lessen this by adding an animated transition of some sort.
(Don’t use transitions unless you need them or ¡t can look like you’re over
excited to be using editing software for the first time...)

Making Videos without a Camera Not everyone  will  feel confident to go through this process however,
Especially   if  they don’t  like their   speaking voice or how they look on film.That’s completely fine—just don’t make the mistake of ignoring video as a Result.You can actually make videos in a number e of other ways you see that don’t Have  to involve you being in front of the camera. One simple example ¡s to
 make a slideshow which you can do even ¡n Excel by just saving as an*mpg . It’s  then  no big deal to record your voice over the top using a voice recorder and Windows Movie Maker.Another option is to capture your screen and to talk over that footage. This is especially useful  for tutorials on web design or programing.Alternatively, you cain create a whiteboard animation (there’s a lot of software out there to do this for you) or even a stop motion animation. Any of these things will work as a great advert for your website that will attract lots of visitors when used with Facebook  Ads or other types of social Media.  And if you post regularly to YouTube aid find ways to ensure your Video is entertaining. Inspiring or informative, you’ll find this is also a great way to build a following and drive traffic — even if you’re not in front of the camera!

The ultimate goal of any keyword research is to to found the most relevant search terms that will drive to your website,as much traffic consisting of your target audience as possible.The easiest ways to spot the best keywords in your industry is to check your competitors website.Follow the instruction in the diagrams below.


24 Aug 2018

Here is the introduction of how to start using wordpress.let says you are given a project to build a website for  a client and you want to use wordpress.com. Here are the steps to follow.
(1) Go to www.wordpress.com
(2) Click Get started at the right hand side of their website
(3)  Name your blog

The blog  name is the web address where  people will find your blog.By default is the same name as your username.Change the blog domain if you want your blog name different from your username.
(5) Write the type of information you want to be supplying to your reader,where you ask "what will your site be all about"e.g technology,entertainment,politics e.t.c.
(6)  write the primary goal you have for your website.
(7) after filling the  form

22 Aug 2018

These cpa traffics sources are websites that can be used to drive quality traffic to your landing pages or cpa offers for quick and easier conversion.These secret websites sells high converting traffic at cheaper rates.
(1) Evood.com
(2)  10-bestsites.com
(3) 2itb.com
(4) areavoices.com
(5) angelfire.com
(6) at.com
(7) blogetery.com
(8) bloghi.com
(10) blogreaction.com
(11) blurty.com
(12) doodlekit.com
(13) lifeyo.com
(14) insanejournal.com
(15) insanejournal.com
(16) 1click.com
(17) 101soho.com
More to be addded