So youre lucky enough to be making a four figure income a month from adsense on your site or sites? Well, thats just great. I applaud you. But what happens if, for some unknown reason, that revenue was taken away from you? What would you do?We have all heard the horror stories. I hear one Id say once every day on the webmaster forums I frequent. Some poor webmaster gets the Blue Mail Of Death from Google TELLING them they clicked their own ads or they have been involved in some sort of click fraud. Then thats it. Game over. No more adsense. And to salt up the wound a little more, they keep whats in the account. Be it legit, or fraudulent. It seems too that Google like to top it off by waiting until payday to announce thisNow while this has never happened to me and while I find it hard to believe that the smart people over at Google are stupid enough to cancel accounts as blatantly and without much reason than above, this does appear to happen. (Id like to clarify here that I am only aware of one person/site that I am absolutely positive was banned for the wrong reasons)So what now?You can beg Google to let you back in, you can complain on the webmaster forums, you can bitch and moan. Thats about it.I have spoken to people that are 100% sure they are innocent and got their accounts reinstated by CALLING Google rather than mailing them.Call and ask for the highest position representative available, but be polite and explain your situation clearly. DO NOT piss Google off!Unless you had some sort of backup in place or contingency plan. You do have a contingency plan right? Try not to despair; there are a few other decent contextual ad companies out there. YPN appear to be good (I am Irish so I have no experience with them) and Adbrite have been nothing short of amazing for me.Anyway, getting back to my point. In this scenario, all eggs were in one virtual basket. If this was your entire business, its pretty much game over for you.Say for example, you were making $4000 a month with Google Adsense.Had you had spread your income out as follows:Google adsense: $500YPN: $500Direct Advertising: $1000Other: $1000You would only be down $500 a month. This would at least give you some time to research alternatives, or come up with some new ideas to fill in your revenue hole. I know this seems VERY obvious, but youd be surprised how many people I hear crying out for help in this department.I have my online businesses spread out amongst 4 contextual ad networks, 5 CPM/CPA networks, direct advertising, software sales, services and some small ecommerce. If one of these fails, or for some reason I am wrongfully accused by the powers that be, I still have the others.If you have all your virtual eggs on one virtual basket, I strongly urge you to start thinking about the worst case scenario and consider the possibility that the base of that basket may someday fall through.
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Losing a family member or close friend can be devastating and can have a lasting effect on all who knew the person who has passed. Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be difficult and may require talking about your feelings, expressing your condolences to a family member or writing about your grief in a diary or blog. Funeral or memorial services are also a means to share in the pain and express love for the deceased in order to heal.One reason for the elaborate ceremonies around death is to help with that loss. Funeral rituals are designed to help ease the transition. In many cultures and religious traditions, part of these rituals is the delivery of a eulogy a short memorial message celebrating the persons accomplishments and important moments.If you have been asked to deliver a eulogy, appreciate the honor you have been given. You may feel that you are too sad or that you dont have the skills to write and deliver an appropriately moving tribute at a funeral or "memorial service" . If giving the eulogy is overwhelming to you, remember that while it may seem daunting, there are tips that can help you manage your anxiety and help you provide a service to both the living in their moment of loss and to the one you have lost.If you are asked to deliver a eulogy for someone you know, take a moment to sort out your feelings about the deceased and gather your thoughts. A eulogy is designed to memorialize and celebrate the good things in the persons life. Pulling together a selection of memories and comments about those things can be a remarkable way to begin to deal with your own grief. Also, ask other family members and friends to share their memories, anecdotes and stories of how that person touched their lives. Hearing and sharing these memories can help you create a more complete picture of the person for those who are hearing you.Once youve gathered your information, decide how you will organize it. Eulogies can take a chronological approach, where the eulogist traces the persons life in the order in which it happened. They can also be given as a story of a variety of portraits of important moments snapshots of tender times, gently humorous anecdotes, and the like. If more than one person is delivering a eulogy, coordinate with them so both approaches are used.If you find it hard to think of moving things to say, you may want to look at various sources for inspiration or short quotes to include in your speech. From the Bible or other religious texts to anthologies and websites of eulogy poetry and inspirational quotes, you may find the words you seek. Be careful, however, your own words are more important than anything you can find elsewhere. Keep the tone of the eulogy personal and use simple language so that the listeners can connect more directly to your words and the memories it conveys of the deceased. Typically, a eulogy runs around five to ten minutes in length.Giving a eulogy is an honor. It is a chance to help others begin the transition to a life after the persons passing. The eulogist has a chance to ease the pain of others by providing them with a picture of the best things about that person, something they can hold on to in the difficult days to follow. To be asked to deliver a memorial tribute is to be given the responsibility of assisting many. A little time and preparation in the writing stage can make a huge difference in the impact of your delivery and can help you and your friends and family in their time of need.~ Ben Anton, 2007
Spy--ware is one of the fastest-growing internet threats. National Cyber Security Alliance informs that spy--ware infects more than 90% of all PCs today. These malicious programs are designed to silently bypass firewalls and anti-virus software without the users knowledge. Once embedded in a computer, it can wreak havoc on the systems performance while gathering your personal information for misuse and gaining financial and other benefit for attacker. Fortunately, unlike viruses and worms, spyware programs do not usually self-replicate.Origin?Typically, spy--ware originates in three ways. The first and most common way is when the user installs it. In this scenario, spy--ware is embedded, attached, or bundled with a freeware or shareware program without the users knowledge, that s almost Trojan trap. The user downloads the program to their computer. Once downloaded, the spy--ware program goes to work collecting data for the spy--ware authors personal use or to sell to a third-party. Beware of many P2P file-sharing programs. They are notorious & known for downloads that posses spy--ware programs.Finally, some spy--ware applications infect a system by attacking security holes in the Web browser or other software. When the user navigates a webpage controlled by a spy--ware author, the page contains code designed to attack the browser, and force the installation of the spy--ware program.What can spy--ware programs do?Spy--ware programs can accomplish a multitude of malicious tasks. Some of their deeds are simply annoying for the user; others can become downright aggressive in nature.Spy--ware can:1. Monitor your keystrokes for reporting purposes.2. Scan files located on your hard drive.3. Snoop through applications on our desktop.4. Install other spy--ware programs into your computer.5. Read your cookies.6. Steal credit card numbers, passwords, and other personal information.7. Change the default settings on your home page web browser.8. Mutate into a second generation of spy--ware thus making it more difficult to eradicate.9. Cause your computer to run slower.10. Deliver annoying pop up advertisements.11. Add advertising links to web pages for which the author does not get paid. Instead, payment is directed to the spy--ware programmer that changed the original affiliates settings.12. Provide the user with no uninstall option and places itself in unexpected or hidden places within your computer making it difficult to remove.Spy--ware ExamplesHere are a few examples of commonly seen spy--ware programs. Please note that while researchers will often give names to spy--ware programs, they may not match the names the spy--ware-writers use.CoolWebSearch, a group of programs, that install through holes found in Internet Explorer. These programs direct traffic to advertisements on Web sites including http://coolwebsearch.com. This spy--ware nuisance displays pop-up ads, rewrites search engine results, and alters the computer host file to direct the Domain Name System (DNS) to lookup pre-selected sites.Internet Optimizer (a/k/a DyFuCa), likes to redirect Internet Explorer error pages to advertisements. When the user follows the broken link or enters an erroneous URL, a page of advertisements pop up.180 Solutions reports extensive information to advertisers about the Web sites which you visit. It also alters HTTP requests for affiliate advertisements linked from a Web site. Therefore the 180 Solutions Company makes an unearned profit off of the click through advertisements theyve altered.HuntBar (a/k/a WinTools) or Adware.Websearch, is distributed by Traffic Syndicate and is installed by ActiveX drive-by downloading at affiliate websites or by advertisements displayed by other spy--ware programs. Its a prime example of how spy--ware can install more spy--ware. These programs will add toolbars to Internet Explorer, track Web browsing behavior, and display advertisements.How can I prevent spy--ware?There are a couple things you can do to prevent spy--ware from infecting your computer system. First, invest in a reliable commercial anti-spy--ware program. There are several currently on the market including stand alone software packages such as Lavasofts Ad-Aware or Windows Antispyware. Other options provide the anti-spy--ware software as part of an anti-virus package. This type of option is offered by companies such as Sophos, Symantec, and McAfee. Anti-spy--ware programs can combat spy--ware by providing real-time protection, scanning, and removal of any found spy--ware software. As with most programs, update your anti virus software frequently.O Gosh what should I do?Be careful on what you re installing, check for user reviews on that stuff and have good updated antivirus and ad--ware, spy--ware remover.
As technology keeps on advancing, some more modes of communication get obsolete. Newer and newer developments in the field of communication are emerging. Communication has reached a far more advanced state today than it ever has been. The bullock carts have been replaced by sports cars and jet planes. Real estate is no longer limited to the earth. The postal worker and his letters have already been replaced by the computer and email. In addition, landlines are now on a decline due to the rise of mobile phones. Times are changing and one cannot afford to stay put in the same place. One must adapt to and learn the benefits of the newest modes of communication on the block. Truly, when it comes to communication, one must not be unwilling to move with the times.Even when it comes to the good ol' fax machine, it has been given a great new look. Remember the old days when we had nothing other than the single fax machine to send out a fax to a client? Back then, we couldn't help obsess over the possibility of the fax not going due to a busy signal. Worse still, what if that fax number was out of order? Thank heavens that we no longer need to be stressed out by all those tensions.We are now able to see the emergence of the online faxing service. Yes, even the fax machine has become acquainted with the Internet now. I suppose, the fax machine companies have realized the danger of the Internet to the poor old fax machines. Moreover, what is the best way of combating this danger? Just take advice from some old sayings: If you cannot beat 'em, join 'em. The moment you make use of a premier fax service, you realize the fax companies have paid attention to the good old wisdom. And hey, it has borne fruit for faxing services everywhere.Email inboxes are now also in the process of emulating the fax machines of yesteryear. And email addresses have the facility of sending faxes to fax machines. An email to fax service. How easy that makes life. We just seem to have been given everything on a platter. Desktop faxes are what you can't do without anymore. A fax machine within your computer that does not interfere with the phone lines -- just what we've been waiting for. Moreover, as a result of the fax entering directly into your email box, confidentiality is maintained. All those people who love to nose through other people's faxes will have to look for something else to satiate their curiosity.