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A Blogger’s 5 Year Affiliate Earning For Inspiration : $80410

Earlier I shared a detailed report of my 4 year AdSense earning, and one of the Shouter suggested to do a similar post for Affiliate marketing income, and it make sense to share such a report. Before earning from AdSense, my first earning was from Dreamhost affiliate program, where I earned my first $47 as affiliate income, and that was a very big amount at that point of time. Funny thing is, when I started [...]
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Google Publisher Plugin : Official AdSense WordPress Plugin Guide

When ever a new blogger look out to make money from their blog using AdSense, one of the first few thing he needs is an AdSense account and easiest way to insert AdSense ads on their blog. So far, there are unlimited AdSense plugins for WordPress out there, and they all work differently. The hard part is deciding which plugin to use, and her is new official plugin from Google to make your life easier. [...]
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Dreamhost Hosting Promo Code: $97 Discount April 2014

It’s been months that I stopped publishing monthly discount coupons and in last 2 months, I received many Emails from readers asking about latest hosting discounts and promo code. Here I will be sharing Dreamhost promo code which will help you to get maximum possible $97 discount when you purchase hosting package from Dreamhost Webhosting. Along with that, ShoutMeLoud is partnered with Dreamhost to offer an extra free.co domain. So with this discount, you will [...]
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How To Calculate Income Tax on Adsense Income in India

Blogging as a full-time profession has been growing rapidly in India with people from all spheres of life creating their own blogs. A major reason for increase shift towards professional bloggers is the self-satisfaction associated with doing something of your own and also the monetary income which comes mainly from Google Adsense. In my earlier guest post for ShoutMeLoud readers, I wrote an article on overview of income tax on bloggers and freelancers and this [...]
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Video Parody: How Google Glass Changed This Guy’s Life In All The Wrong Ways

Darin DiNapoli has created a video parody of the average Google Glass Explorer named “Google Glass Adventures by Teddy Miller.”
I don’t want to ruin the video by giving away all the lines but… It makes fun of how many Google Glass Explorers really can’t afford to by Google Glass but they do anyway just to be part of the exclusive group. Then it goes into how Explorers aren’t good with women and how you can become a photographer with ease.
In short, the video mocks how this man felt Google Glass would change his life in such a dramatic positive way, and well, it hasn’t.
Here is the video, it is worth a watch over the weekend:





via Marketing Land

Report: Twitter Is Gearing Up For A Major Advertising Push

Twitter is preparing a major upgrade to its advertising offerings according to a story in the Wall Street Journal today. The Journal reported that Twitter will introduce 15 types of new ad products in the next six months.
First up in the next few weeks — and already visible for some Twitter users (see screen grab) — is an ad unit that sends users who click directly to Google or Apple app markets. Facebook has offered similar “app install” ads since 2012, and, according to the Journal, Facebook users downloaded 245 million mobile apps last year after clicking on the ads in their News Feeds.
The ad units are especially popular with game developers such as Candy Crush maker King and some industry observers believe they account for at least half of Facebook’s mobile ad revenue. In the fourth quarter of 2013, Facebook’s mobile revenue accounted for more than 50% of the total for the first time.
Twitter first started selling ads in 2010, offering the option to pay for promoted tweets in user f…

Marketing Day: April 4, 2014

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

The Drop In Facebook Page Reach Is All About The Competition

One key reason that Facebook Pages are reaching fewer of their fans with posts: the number of Pages Liked by the average Facebook user has increased by more than 50% in the last year. That statistic, provided by Will Cathcart, Facebook’s News Feed director of product management, in a recent interview with Josh Constine of […]

LG, Microsoft Show Some Life In ComScore Smartphone Report

Much like the comScore top 50 internet sites report or its search market share reports, which rarely change much, the firm’s US smartphone report has similarly become flat with little changing from month to month. The new numbers are now out for February. The top two OEM spots are consistently Apple and Samsung. On the […]

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How to Force the Browser to Remember the Username and Password

When you enter your username and password to log into a website, Google Chrome will prompt you to remember the password. If you accept, Chrome saves the password internally and the next time you open that site, it will auto-fill the username and password fields for you.
The password-saving feature is available in all modern browsers but some websites, maybe for security reasons, disable this option for their login forms. For instance, the PayPal website doesn’t allow the browser to remember your password and thus you are forced to enter the password every time you open PayPal. Some banks websites do that as well.
TL;DR — Use the Remember Password extension for Chrome and it will force the browser to remember passwords even if the site has disabled the option.

You can force the browser to remember your password

How Websites Disable Password Saving
Websites can easily disable the auto-fill option for login forms by setting autocomplete=off for the password field. For instance, if the login f…