When you search on Google for “ways to make money blogging” you’re going to see a lot of the same. People will tell you one of two things: either it takes time, or it can’t be done. It’s time to cut through the usual answers to this age old question and really boil down the subject to its bare roots.
Today I’m going to show you the real method for making money from your blog and your blogging experience. Today’s focus is on making that first $1K that lets you know you’re on the right track to success. Once you’ve hit this milestone, you can start branching out into some of the long-term strategies. Let’s start making money! Read more…
July 29th, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Gaming
The augmented reality gamePokémon Go is not only the dream of every 90’s kid, but a reality for more than 30 million users – both young and old! This game was released in more than 35 countries already and is easily the best game in the Smartphone history. The firm Sensor Tower believes that in the next two months, the download would cross a 100 million!
As the players go out, the avatar starts moving on the map and will move according to the trainers movement. Avatars? Trainers? If all this sounds alien to you then read this complete beginner’s guide on Pokémon Go and get your game on now! Read more…
The 21st century has brought in a new era of millionaires that are gaining their wealth from social media. Gone are the days when young people had to go and look for their first job earning a few dollars a day to then work through until their retirement and earn a pension. The game has changed and social media personalities on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and more are breaking the bank with their new found wealth.
These people who build their social media audience are able to build their own brand, which they can monetise to earn an income and accumulate wealth. Web marketing agency Digital Next provide a few examples of social media celebrities that have mastered the way to make money from social media. Read more…
July 28th, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Hardware
Raspberry Pi is one type of microcontroller which is capable of doing anything that a computer can do. Based on the Python programming language, Raspberry Pi provides you with an excellent way to know about coding and hardware hacking. It is basically a series of small & low-powered computers gives an economical and easy base for electronics projects.
Since its release, Raspberry Pi has been utilized for almost everything and is recently being used in space by Tim Peake. Read more…
Just how much cash are celebrities making by endorsing products on their social media pages? It’s funny that someone somewhere gets paid for taking a selfie or standing next to a new sports car. The simple reason being the tyranny of numbers. They have a lot of followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Unlike most of us who might not even get a thousand likes for posting an impeccable photo, these are celebrities are sure to get a couple of hundred thousand likes for posting the silliest photo and a caption you have ever come across.
Endorsements are not a 21st century innovation. The innovation is integrating these product endorsements into social media platforms. Read more…
July 27th, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Software
People using USB dongle modems to connect to the Internet but they can’t enjoy the same Internet on their smartphone devices. So, creating a WiFi hotspot through your computer is indeed the best, quick and easy approach to this.
I am going to present top 20 best free virtual router software to create WiFi hotspot. By using these virtual router software apps, you can easily convert your computer into a virtual WiFi router. Read more…
July 2nd, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Email
A newsletter is a combination of news and updates about a company or organization that are compiled on the weekly or monthly basis to let the customers know what is happening around. It also helps you promote products and brands, sharing expertise, and covering common issues.
July 2nd, 2018
by Quertime Writer in Mobile
Apple’s announcement of the Apple Watch sparked a frenzy within the mobile app industry. Designers and developers are constantly working on GUI kits, templates, and other resources for the tech giant’s own smartwatch model.
Here is a collection of twenty of the Apple Watch GUI kits, templates, mockups, etc. that any developer may consult, download and use. Read more…
July 23rd, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Hardware
Virtual Reality has taken time to really hit the market, but the launch of devices like Google’s Cardboard, as well as the announcement of the Playstation VR and the continued evolution of the HTC Vive, it is beginning to get closer to taking centre stage.
While the quality of software will also be a significant factor in whether VR ultimately succeeds or not, without good quality and affordable hardware, the technology could already be dead in the water. Whether you want to become an early adopter or are a 3D designer looking for an outlet for your designs, the following are the current most popular VR headsets. Read more…
July 21st, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Info & News
Almost every of us mused about renting out the property – either for the reason of financial benefits or just to meet new people and get new experiences. There are dozens of proposals on the Internet, but hardly we can find a better option than Airbnb – a leading rent-and-lease website with countless opportunities for both hosts and renters.
Well, another question is how to rent out the property in the best way? It’s not enough just about putting ads on the website. To find a suitable candidate, you have to constantly communicate with potential clients, answering their questions, and make sure they won’t destroy the housing right after the occupation. Read more…
It is summer, damn it! Who wants to wear a suit? Who wants to watch the beautiful days go by from the inside of an office? Certainly not me! For that reason, I’ve put together a list of ways that I can make money from the park, on my iPhone, while sipping a cold brew on occasion. And, just because I’m a nice guy, I thought I’d share them with you!
Then you can join me, we can drink beers together, and who knows, perhaps get a little jiggy with it. I hear there’s a great show down town. As long as they’ve got Wi-Fi, we’re golden! Read more…
We are living in the technological advanced age in which every second is a challenge for all of us. The Invent of internet has made our lives easy and innovative but on the other hand, it has opened ways for cybercrime that has given birth to the global internet security threats. As there is more innovation, hackers are exploring more ways to attack the cyber space security with more sophisticated attempts.
Here i am going to describe the top 15 threats to today’s internet security: Read more…
Generally, I am quite good at techy stuff and I thought I had protection against the malware and spyware, I felt confident that I never have to combat cyber attack. But to my surprise, recently I have been a victim of cyber-attack. Yes, just like anybody else I also had a harrowing experience. I immediately called up one of my best friends Jason, who is well-versed in dealing with cyber attacks and related issues. He really proved helpful in getting me out of this technical ordeal but at the same time he did gave me some tips that will protect me from such attacks in future like setting difficult passwords, clearing browsing history and changing passwords regularly.
As Jason was doing his techy stuff, meanwhile I started a topic of the most destructive cyber-attacks in the history. He said that he has a fair knowledge of the most notorious cyber attacks that have taken place so far. He started by saying that the main culprits behind all this hacking thing are the hackers or ‘hactivists’ (he joked). Read more…
July 13th, 2016
by Quertime Writer in Web Tools
A recent research on US.Net habits suggest that if any webpage takes longer than a second to load, most of the users will have already clicked elsewhere. Amazon, one of the leading retail marketers, has calculated that a page load slowdown of mere one second could cost it $1.6 billion in sales per year.