Monday, May 4, 2015

Pacquiao Vs Mayweather Fight Reactions


Just today, the battle of greatness end. And it's a unanimous split decision where Mayweather win over Pacquiao. Fans and family of Mayweather where celebrating their victory, they are so much happy. But in the side of Pacquiao he said he won the fight because Mayweather do nothing instead of running.

Now let us know  what are the reaction of other people.



That was from Mike Tyson, Oh My. How about the other? How about you? When you ask me, I think I am little disappointed because I expected a deadly fight over the ring because they are all great fighters, they have the title and they won over many boxers too. Why not entertaining us with a bloody fight? We were not entertained, right? 

Another thing to share to you is the note from Facebook citing some reason why Mayweather wins over Pacquiao.

Why MONEY wins over MANNY?
-DrCarlBalita

1) It happened in America, and Philippines has no MGM. They have more MONEY!
2) Judges are Americans coz Filipinos cant even find and buy tickets; it is all about MONEY!
3) The boxing fans should be left hanging and protesting to hunger for more, be willing to buy again for the MONEY!
4) Filipinos can just joke out of a loss, Americans can't; but they have the MONEY!
5) Pacquiao has the Philippines behind him, Floyd has his country divided; many Americans were behind Pacquiao and willing to bet their MONEY.
6) Boxing has no rules against running; it is a business of making MONEY!
7) Defense can indeed be the best offense; Running is not a violation; Ellusive boxer becomes a delusional winner with more MONEY!
8) There is no overtime in Boxing, unlike basketball; it makes a lot of MONEY!
9) There is no reality txt VOTING and the judges make final judgment and noone can question them, except Mapia who has all the MONEY.
10) Because Floyd needed to win for his world record and his MONEY, Pacquiao simply need to give a good show and rally Pinoy and the World unite behind his sportsmanship;
11) Pacquiao has GOD; Floyd has MONEY;
12) Because Pacquiao is People's Champ even if he loses, he still makes MONEY; Floyd heard the boooo- and retreats to his delusion that he is great! Indeed he is great, but to the fans all over the world, the Pacman is GREATER!!! That is something MONEY cant buy and BELT cant match.




Saturday, April 4, 2015

Easy $100 A Day - Perfect For Noobs

From meathead1234  of BHW



This is another guide of my online journey. I tried this and stop and try again. My problem is I do not have focus to the things that I do. I do not know what is the reason but maybe because I am thinking of and instant money. Is that you also? People online think the same as what I am thinking, but how to overcome this? I read many guides and blogs which have almost the same cite when it comes to focus. Maybe of us wants and easy money online and this is the mean reason why we fail, right?

In this guide below, I will be hoping that I'll inspire you and that you will make me inspire to get the goal of this life. Thanks.

[2015 UPDATE] After 4 years of success from various members in this thread, a few million dollars more in earnings and the internet moving on somewhat, it was time to refresh the method and make it more detailed and up to date for those who are either just starting out or have been doing it for a while. It's too detailed to post the full update here, so here is the link.

[OLD METHOD FOR REFERENCE]

Hey guys,

If you know me, you'll already be aware that I don't do much SEO and I'm not very technical, so coding anything is completely beyond me.

That doesn't mean I can't make money - I just have to focus on what I'm good at. That's usually: simple ideas that will generate revenue from day one.

Before I start, please DO NOT PM me about this method. If you can't figure it out from my post, then please go get a 9-5 job as IM is not for you.

You could call this "SEO-Jacking" (I just made that name up so please don't Google it).

Here's a really easy way to generate some cash each day. It does require some work, but it's very simple so can be outsourced if necessary. It's not particularly original, but I know it works as I use it for my main business which generates mid $XX,XXX a month in profits.

1) Find a niche. Doesn't really matter what it is, but preferably something popular where there will always be buyers and a variety of products to choose from. Something like weight loss would be fine. Then find products and their aff programs (clickbank would be fine for this) or any offers with a cpa network.

2) Create a review blog. Preferably you would want to use a proper domain as that's less likely to be flagged as spam. These cost a few bucks, as does hosting. Doesn't matter what the name of the site is, although it helps if it is targeted. And please buy a .com not a .info or something crap like that.

Make it in Wordpress (there are tons of "review" themes out there) and add reviews of 3-5 popular products (it's best if they are already popular - you'll see why in a bit). Try make them sound like real reviews. You could also go down the route of the personal blog - "I tried these pills and lost X in Y weeks". Most things will work - just test different niches and different blog setups. Cloak your affiliate links and make sure they track correctly. If you're lazy, you can just rip reviews from some top review sites - just bear in mind it's unlikely you'll ever rank for keywords (if that's your intention down the line).

3) Setup Google Alerts for the following:

[product name] - for each different product you have reviewed
[your niche]
[competitor products]
[anything else that's relevant]

4) Check your G Alerts regularly. [2015: Don't do this any more. See updated version at top of post]

5) If you've chosen a niche that is popular enough, you should get a ton of alerts like this. Usually they will be press releases, blog posts, forum posts so just make a note of all the URLs. If you're not getting at least 100 alerts per day, add some more products or find a new niche. The idea behind using Google Alerts is that you are one of the first people to comment on a forum thread/blog post and therefore will get more clicks.

6) Visit every URL and respond in some way to the post. If it's a blog, comment with a link to your site. If it's a forum (ideal) then do the same. Put some thought into your posts.

Don't just write "go to my site here plz www.xxx.com".

Something like "I always check out this website before buying any products in [niche name] - [website link]. My personal favourite is [product X - a random product from the review site] because [whatever, whatever, whatever]."

It's not too hard to get this past forum moderators if you are clever about it. Forums are great as they will get you instant traffic and they tend to rank really well.

7) Rinse and repeat

The beauty of this method is that it can be done in a ton of niches, it's really easy to setup and you can get traffic instantly.

"Why did you call it SEO-jacking"? Well - most of these posts will start ranking for your keywords after a while so by already being on that page, you can leverage off their rankings in the long term.

So short term: direct traffic from the forums/blogs.

Longer term: direct traffic once the posts start to rank.

This is REALLY easy and anyone can do it. There's no reason at all why you can't make $100 a day doing this. It will bring residual income and you don't have to spend months waiting for your sites to start ranking only to drop again when Google changes their algo!

I'm sure most of you can come up with some ways to twist this (I've obviously posted a basic version) or you could of course be lazy and just buy some xrumer blasts on Fiverr and spam the shit out of niche forums

Enjoy

How To Make 6 Figures in a Year With No SEO

From Thomas Smale of feinternational.com post.



Just sharing this post from  a blog so that I can impart this knowledge to the readers. Also, it serves as my inspiration. I always read this post because I love to have another more knowledge about online business. You can copy it also and hope you will become successful someday.

The thought of starting an online business and turning it into a profitable company that provides you with both financial freedom and independence, is appealing to many. Some want to be able to be their own boss, others want to be able to spend more time with their family, and many want to be able to travel the world while they run their online business.
When I started out, I had no money to invest, so quickly had to learn how to make money from nothing. This was one of the first methods that worked for me, and I’ve been using it ever since as my various online businesses have grown. I started with around 50 bucks. Here’s a screenshot of one of the websites I sold last year where this method had been used in part to build it up to the stage where it was largely hands off at time of sale (disclaimer: this was not an overnight success!):
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A lot of people assume that they can’t make money online because they don’t know how to build websites or rank websites. Well, if you have always wanted to test the online marketing waters but didn’t know where to start, you are in luck. This is something that can be done by someone with:
  • Little to no technical knowledge (me when I started)
  • No coding or SEO knowledge (me when I started)
  • No experience with running a website before (me when I started)
  • Around $50 in start up cash (you could invest more or less but this is what I recommend)
One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to online entrepreneurship is “how to make 6 figures a year”. Six figures figures is very attainable if you follow this method consistently. It won’t happen overnight and it won’t be free (it will take time and there are costs associated as you scale) but if you are willing to put the hours in, you will succeed. I originally posted this method on a popular webmaster forum and since then hundreds (literally) of people have followed it and made money.
Often times the simplest ideas will produce the biggest returns, and this is a prime example of how you can take a simple idea and grow it into a profitable online business. No tricks, just hard work.

Introducing an Easy and Scalable Method

This is a proven method that involves finding consumers that are actively searching for products or services that you are promoting and getting paid a referral fee or affiliate commission every time a sale is made. While it does require work on your part, it can be easily outsourced and scaled when your business grows, which allows for exponential growth. Here is a brief overview of this method before I go into more depth:
  • Pick an evergreen niche
  • Create a review blog
  • Use Google search & BuzzBundle for prospecting
  • Respond to all opportunities
  • Build long-term traffic sources
  • Repeat consistently
Now that you have an idea of what this method involves let’s break down each section individually and dive into each component so you fully understand how to execute this plan and start making money online.

1. Identify a Niche

The first thing you need to do is identify a niche, and you want to take three things into consideration when doing this. First, ask yourself if is this a niche that is very popular with a large selection of products or services that will always have a high demand. You don’t want to target a niche that has a small demand or is just a fad. Think long-term potential here. Some examples of strong niches with endless opportunity include weight loss products and dating offers. People are always going to want to lose weight and people are always going to be interested in dating. There will never be a shortage of consumers actively seeking these products and services online. Pick the wider niche and not something very specific that could be short-term (e.g. such as the latest celebrity diet).
Second, you will need to make sure that your niche is one that has a lot of high paying offers. You don’t want to go through all of this hard work to only make a few dollars per conversion. There are two websites that you can use to help you prospect for niche ideas and also see what offers are available, how popular they are, and finally, how much they pay.
ClickBank
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ClickBank is an online marketplace that features affiliate products for virtually any niche you can imagine. Every offer pays you a percentage of each sale, and most offers pay between 50% and 75% of the sale price to you, the affiliate.
Simply visit ClickBank.com and click on “Marketplace” to begin searching for products to promote. You can search the categories listed on the menu or you can search by keywords related to the niches you are interested in. When you find a product that interests you make sure to click on the title and visit the product’s sale page. Make sure it is high quality — you don’t want to waste your time and effort on products that are promoted via low quality websites.
Check the average dollar amount per sale for each product and make sure it has a nice healthy payout (recurring products are a bonus). You will then want to look at the product’s gravity rating, which is an indication of how popular it is with affiliates. A ClickBank product with high gravity means that it has high competition which will also indicate that there is a lot of competition and review sites already out there. A more reasonable approach to striking the balance between high gravity and quality, is to pick a product with a gravity between 5 and 75. Select a few products across that range and be sure to contact the vendor for a review copy. You’ll be able to give some real feedback on the product as well as get an indication of how responsive their support is. The best product I ever promoted had a gravity of 12 but you’ll need to test to find the sweet spot for you and your niche.
Offer Vault
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OfferVault.com is an affiliate marketing resource that lists all of the current offers that are available across all of the major affiliate networks. You can easily enter in a search term and find, as well as compare, offers. While ClickBank is a great resource to locate several products to promote it is always a good idea to diversify across several affiliate networks, plus you are going to want to keep adding products as you grow — so make sure your niche has a seemingly endless supply of products to promote.
Finally, you will need to make sure your niche is something that interests you. Can you see yourself spending several hours a day posting and writing about the niche? If not then you need to find an alternative, because it helps to start with something you are already comfortable with. Most people fail because they don’t like a niche and give up too early.
For even more help with this step make sure you read this blog post about choosing a niche. It is packed with tips that will help you make the right decision.

2. Build Your Website

Now it is time to build your website, which is going to be a review site that features all of the affiliate products that you have identified in the first step. You are going to want to use WordPress as a blogging platform and you should use a .com domain where possible (if you have no money at all then you can start on a free domain/platform but it won’t be as effective). I have a very in-depth definitive guide that shows you how to get your domain and website hosting as well as how to install WordPress in 10 simple steps. You can read the guide by clicking here.

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Theme Selection
Once you have WordPress installed on your hosting account you will want to select a theme to use for your website. Instead of paying a web designer thousands of dollars to build a custom site you can visit ThemeForest and search WordPress review themes. There are a lot of very affordable and functional themes that will quickly allow you to create a professional looking website to attract conversions with. If you’re short of cash, a free theme will also work just fine until you can afford an upgrade.
Here are three sample review-style themes to give you an idea of what you want to look for (there’s no “best” theme as it will always depend on your niche and content style so pick one you like):
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Once you have selected your theme take some time to customize it — changing colors and the layout to match the products or service you are going to be promoting will help. Also, it is a good idea to get a custom logo made, but don’t worry about breaking the bank. There are several great options on fiverr.com — you can’t beat a logo for just $5!
Create Review Posts
You will want to start off with between 3 and 5 products. I suggest that you start with products that are popular and have high consumer interest and demand — you will see why this is important when I move onto the next step below.
For the best results, you should either buy the product or request a review copy. You also don’t want the review to sound like an advertisement. Write it from a first-person point of view — review posts that have the “I” influence makes them appear genuine. For example, “After using this product for two week I already noticed a change in my body, and according to my scale I lost 5 pounds, so I was very impressed with the results” makes a much bigger impact than, “This product does a great job and leads to weight loss.”
Put some effort into this part, because your reviews will be directly responsible for converting your website traffic into sales. The more in-depth and convincing your reviews are, the more sales you are going to make.
Insert Your Affiliate Links
Once your review posts are written you will need to place your affiliate links within the content. You will want to link the actual product name and also link several phrases such as “get more info here” or “get yours by clicking here” in order to push your traffic to the actual sales pages where your visitors can make a purchase, resulting in you earning commission for each sale generated through your affiliate links.
You will want to cloak your affiliate links (so they don’t look like affiliate links) and also make sure that your clicks and conversions track properly before you start to drive traffic to your website. For cloaking, I use PrettyLink (free version is okay to start), which is a simple plugin that will allow you to easily make your affiliate links more user friendly (we use it on the FE International blog, too).

3. Promote Your Website

You are going to use two main tools to find places to promote your site, Google and BuzzBundle. When used correctly they will both put you in front of consumers that are actively looking for the products and services that you are promoting through your review website.
Google Search Tools (100% Free)
When I first started this method I was using Google Alerts as a semi-automated (and free) solution, but there is a more efficient method to utilize in 2015 (thanks to Gordon for the tip!). Here’s how to do this with Google search alone.
  • Go to Google and search for your keyword. If your keyword is a phrase, put it in quotation marks.
  • Click on “Search Tools” under the search box.
  • Change “Any Time” to “Past 24 Hours”
  • Change “Sorted by relevance” to “Sorted by date” to get the most recent results first.
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If you want to search Facebook posts, or any other site, you can also do this on Google by entering the following and changing the time and sort as above:
Searching for: “your keyword” site:facebook.com
BuzzBundle to Scale
BuzzBundle is a handy piece of software that helps to push more traffic to your review website by engaging with your target audience through popular social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+), forums, Q&S sites, videos and blogs. It automatically scrapes the web to find the terms you are targeting (you can use the same ones you are targeting via Google search) and replies, directing everyone back to your review site for more information. When set up correctly, this can produce conversions on autopilot, even while you are sleeping.
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You can get a free BuzzBundle trial in order test out the software. Once you have your trial registered, check out our BuzzBundle Tutorial that explains how to properly use the software and how we used it to generate 594k page views in a day!
Pro Tip 1 – Commenting Strategy
Facebook
The Facebook commenting system allows “top commenters” to display links as hyperlinks rather than text. Getting the top commenter status will therefore increase traffic considerably. What criteria you need to meet to get this status in comments is variable but the more likes your comment gets, the higher your chances.
Disqus
Websites that use the Disqus commenting system will ban users who constantly post the same link even if you change the comment surrounding it. To get around this, consider using proxy servers to change up your IP address and different accounts on a regular basis. Other users of this method have started to see accounts banned within 10 posts, so for blog commenting to be effective you need to be discrete. 
Blogging
The key thing to remember when you are commenting on blogs is to always add value to the post you are contributing to. Failing to do this is the quickest way to get your comment deleted. It’s this consistent commenting and adding value that will create steadily increasing, profitable traffic. Other things to note:
  • Don’t constantly link back to the same page on your site. Keep a healthy domain by linking to various inner pages too.
  • On most blogs, inputting your website will change your name to a hyperlink. Vary up linking from your name and from within the comment itself.
  • Don’t assume high quality news sites will delete your link. Some don’t even check.

4. Stay Consistent

Popular niches will generate a lot of Google results and a lot of activity through BuzzBundle. A lot of your results are going to come from press releases, new blog posts and forum posts. Keep track of all the URL’s on a daily basis — if you are not finding at least 50 targets a day then you should consider adding some more products and searches. Whenever you receive a new alert immediately visit the URL and leave a response. Act fast, because you can potentially be the first individual to respond, which will attract more clicks.
Not all of your searches will present you with an opportunity to post, but the majority of blogs and forums will have a window of opportunity for you to leave some feedback that directs readers to your website. Now, when you are creating your posts don’t just say, “Hey, visit wwwyoursite.com” because that will look like pure spam. Not only will you not receive any clicks, but the website will probably delete your post quickly assuming it is spam.
Put some thought into each reply you make, and try to customize it to directly relate to the post you are responding to. This not only helps you get a better response, but it allows you to fly under the radar of website owners and moderators. So, if you were promoting a diet pill product and responding to a question posted on a blog asking about quick ways to lose weight your reply would want to be crafted this way:
“I was in the same boat as you about six months ago. I had no idea what to believe online because everything seemed to be an advertisement. I actually read a personal review about [your product] and it seemed like the person had great success using the product so I gave it a try. I couldn’t have been more excited about the results, as I am now 50 pounds lighter than when I first started using it. The article was very helpful to me — if you want to check it out yourself you can read it here” [link to your review article].”
Remember, the more products you review, the more traffic you can generate. When you get rolling this directly translates into more sales and profit for your business.

5. Continue to Build Organic & Referral Traffic Sources

The beauty of this method is that it doesn’t rely on SEO but just by setting up a website and creating content, your review posts (and even forum threads/blog posts you’ve commented on) will start to rank in Google and receive organic search traffic. Not only can you rank the individual review posts, but you can also create additional posts based on long tail keywords and then direct that traffic to the specific review page. Learning SEO is just one of many ways to attract your first website visitors for free. Using Google and BuzzBundle is the easiest way to start producing highly qualified traffic as well as sales. You can then scale up by outsourcing that work and focusing on creating additional organic traffic sources through search engine optimization later on.
Pro Tip 2 – Build an Email List
The traffic visiting your will be highly targeted. You should capture these readers with an optin and create an email list and follow up sequence that pushes more related review content to their inbox. This is an automated way to remarket to your readers.
Pro Tip 3 – Revisit old posts
Check your biggest refers in Google Analytics and revisit your old comments, posts and responses. This is particularly important on forums where there may have been follow up questions. Replying to these will keep the thread, and the link back to your site, active.
Pro Tip 4 – Reverse engineer your competitors
Use SEMRush and Ahrefs to find your competitors best links and acquire these links for yourself. For more information on this technique read this.

Conclusion

Creating a website and scaling it to a six figure per year online business is a very achievable task as long as you know the proper steps to take and don’t give up. This method allows you to build a business that produces residual income and starts to produce revenue almost instantly. You don’t have to wait months for expensive search engine optimization to kick in — and you don’t have to worry about Google rankings and avoiding penalties and algorithm changes. In fact, you don’t have to rely on ranking in Google at all to be successful with this method!
Once you master this method you can rinse and repeat (and even sell your website), duplicating the method across several different niches. Once you start to see a nice return you can then outsource a lot of the little tasks, allowing you to focus on expanding your niches and revenue.
I hope this guide has given you the inspiration and confidence to start your journey to a six figure yearly online business. Make sure you sign up for our newsletter and take advantage of the free weekly tips we send out designed to help you constantly improve your business.
Have you used this method? Leave your comments below!

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

What is The History of Zamboanga del Sur?

Photo from zamboanga.com


Just this morning, I wonder on what is the history of Zamboanga del Sur. One reason of this is rise of Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). I just only hear rumors that BBL wants to rule the whole Mindanao and Palawan, (correct me of I am wrong) of course when we say whole Mindanao it points on Zamboanga del Sur whom where I live. I did not yet get the exact reason behind. I need to ask, read and research more about this and also I want to know the history as a basis of my own decision. Since they where claiming and others will too. I know that you know what I mean. I think it needs time to understand specially the situation here in Mindanao. Which we hear and see over news about wars, extortions and bombings. We might ask who are the person behind to this? And why they love killing. I understand that they are fighting for their own ideology, they need attention from the government, if the government does not hear them, they will do fullest things which resulted to die innocent people.

So now, I only want to share the history of my beloved place. I just want to credit this to the writer of zamboangadelsur.com. Thank you.


The History of Zamboanga del Sur


Like some of the places and cities found in the Philippines (and in Southeast Asia), Zamboanga del Sur was, for the most part, built slowly upon the foundations of various migrants and settlers; it wasn’t a settlement built by one tribe which later expanded. The name Zamboanga itself came from the Malayan word “Jambangan”, meaning a place of flowers. The very first settlers of the area which would ultimately be known as Zamboanga del Sur were known as the Subanons or Subanens, whose name literally means “river folks”. They settled on the riverbanks and almost all were farmers who practiced the “slash and burn” method of agriculture. It wasn’t long afterwards, though, that they were joined by the Muslim immigrants who came in from neighboring towns, with some coming from as far away as Malaysia. The Muslims were broken down into groups depending from where they came, and their professions were also different: the Maguindanaoans and Kalibugans were mostly farmers by trade; the Tausugs, Badjaos, and Samals were fishermen, and finally, the Maranaos were traders and artisans. A major occupation for the Muslims, however, was mat weaving, which is still very much practiced today. During the following years, more and more people from nearby provinces migrated to the area. Most came from Visayas, namely, Cebu, Negros, and Bohol. Together, these people helped form Zamboanga del Sur into the vibrant province it is known today.


When the Moro Province was established, composing of five districts (Cotabato, Davao, Sulu, Zamboanga, and Lanao), Zamboanga became its capital. When the five districts became individual provinces in 1940, Zamboanga City became the capital of Zamboanga province. After World War II, the capital was transferred to Dipolog and Molave became the provincial capital of Zamboanga when Republic Act 286 was passed on June 16, 1948.
On September 15, 1952, by virtue of Republic Act 711, Zamboanga province, which encompassed the entire peninsula in the southwestern Mindanao, was split into two, with Zamboanga del Sur being one of the half. Zamboanga del Sur became the 52nd province in the Philippines, originally having 11 towns which were later broken down into 42 municipalities and one city, Pagadian. Pagadian City also became Zamboanga del Sur’s capital.


Saturday, December 28, 2013

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  115. Alotofblogs.com
  116. Blogdirectorysubmission.com
  117. Blogotion.com
  118. Blogpopular.com
  119. Blog.directory-seek.com
  120. wordpressblogdirectory.com
  121. Blogsitelist.com
  122. Irankblogs.com
  123. Allforblog.com
  124. Freewebs.com
  125. Humbug.com
  126. Dirdawn.com
  127. Dironline.com
  128. Medranks.com
  129. Web-dir.com
  130. Directorytribe.com
  131. Conseillemoi.net
  132. Blogshaven.com
  133. Blogsdb.com
  134. Bloggingdirectory.com
  135. Blogbits.com
  136. Listablog.com
  137. Link-blogs.blogs.com
  138. Spreadmyblog.com
  139. Blogification.com
  140. Blogbar.net
  141. B4blogs.com
  142. Directoryblogs.com
  143. Enquira.org
  144. Bloggercyber.com
  145. Bloggingsmostwanted.com
  146. Freshlinkmedia.net
  147. Ultimateblogdirectory.com
  148. Blogtory.com
  149. Greenstalk.com
  150. Blogicas.com
  151. Dakotablogs.com
  152. Blogswirl.com
  153. Blogdesam.com
  154. Geoblogdirectory.com
  155. Themillionblogs.com
  156. Weblogs.co.in
  157. Bloghitlist.com
  158. Problogdirectory.com
  159. Hottestblogs.com
  160. Blogirific.com
  161. Onsecrethunt.com
  162. Blogsready.com
  163. Creative-blogs.com
  164. Showmyblogs.com
  165. Bestblogs.org
  166. Bloggerinternet.com
  167. Heliosblogs.com
  168. Promobloglist.comm
  169. Aggregatedblogs.com
  170. Businesstalky.com
  171. Websites-blogs.com
  172. Global-blogs.info
  173. Totalblogdirectory.com
  174. Blogtagstic.com
  175. Abcblogdirectory.com
  176. Blogdumps.com
  177. Bloggerglobal.com
  178. Millionbloglist.com
  179. Splogspot.com
  180. Blogsexcellent.com
  181. Blog-collector.com
  182. Droool.net
  183. Bloggingtips.com
  184. Mynewblog.com
  185. Lisblogsource,net
These are some of the excellent Free Blog Directories where you can submit your blog/website and get good results. 
If you have come across any other Blog Directory, please post that in the comments below.

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Friday, December 20, 2013

The The 12 Fast-Growing, High-Paying Jobs In 2014

developers laptop techWhat are the hottest jobs of 2014? This will be the common question to all of the people around the world. Yes, in order to live and to provide our family, we need to have a big income and we are seeking for all the opportunities that can give give more money. I can probably help you by sharing this information. Enjoy!
CareerBuilder teamed up with Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) to identify the occupations that grew by at least 7% from 2010 to 2013, are projected to grow in 2014, and pay at least $22 per hour.
"In addition to higher pay levels and solid growth rates, what many of these jobs have in common is a talent shortage," Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder and co-author of the book "The Talent Equation," tells Business Insider. "Recruitment of skilled labor in specialized areas like information technology and health care has become highly competitive."
The list below, released Thursday, reveals the jobs that are the fastest-growing and highest-paying for 2014:

1. Software Developers, Applications and Systems Software

What they do: Design computer programs
Total employment in 2013: 1,042,402
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 11%
Median hourly earnings: $45.06

2. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists

What they do: Study market conditions in local, regional, or national areas
Total employment in 2013: 438,095
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 14%
Median hourly earnings: $29.10

3. Training and Development Specialists

What they do: Design and conduct training and development programs
Total employment in 2013: 231,898
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 8%
Median hourly earnings: $27.14
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4. Financial Analysts

What they do: Assess the performance of stocks, bonds, and other types of investments
Total employment in 2013: 247,159
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 7%
Median hourly earnings: $37.34

5. Physical Therapists

What they do: Help patients who have injuries or illnesses manage their pain
Total employment in 2013: 207,132
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 7%
Median hourly earnings: $37.93

6. Web Developers

What they do: Create websites and help companies build a brand
Total employment in 2013: 136,921
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 11%
Median hourly earnings: $27.84

7. Logisticians

What they do: Analyze and coordinate the supply chain organization
Total employment in 2013: 127,892
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 10%
Median hourly earnings: $35.08

8. Database Administrators

What they do: Use software to store and organize data, such as financial information and customer shipping records
Total employment in 2013: 119,676
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 10%
Median hourly earnings: $37.39

9. Meeting, Convention and Event Planners

What they do: Coordinate meetings and events
Total employment in 2013: 87,082
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 14%
Median hourly earnings: $22.56

10. Interpreters and Translators

What they do: Convert information from one language to another
Total employment in 2013: 69,887
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 14%
Median hourly earnings: $22.39

11. Petroleum Engineers

What they do: Design and develop methods for extracting oil and gas from deposits below the earth’s surface
Total employment in 2013: 40,733
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 21%
Median hourly earnings: $63.67

12. Information Security Analysts

What they do: Plan, implement, upgrade, or monitor security measures for the protection of computer networks and information
Total employment in 2013: 75,995
Job growth from 2010 to 2013: 8%
Median hourly earnings: $41.62
EMSI data is collected from more than 90 federal and state sources, such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Census Bureau, and state labor departments.

credits: businessinsider.com
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