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How to Add Floating Facebook Like Box Widget in Blogger?

Floating Facebook Like Box

Step 1- Select your blog and click on "Templates" and "Edit HTML"


Step 2- Click inside the code area and press "CTRL + F" for search box, and search

</head>

Step 3- Paste the " Floating Facebook Like Box Widget Code " " Above"

<script src='https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.1/jquery.min.js' type='text/javascript'/>

Step 4- "Save Template" Now

Step 5- Select your blog and click on "Layout" and " Choose a Gadget"

Step 6- Select "HTML/JavaScript"

Step 7- Paste " Floating Facebook Like Box Widget Code " in "HTML"

<script type="text/javascript"> /*<![CDATA[*/ jQuery(document).ready(function() {jQuery(".abtlikebox").hover(function() {jQuery(this).stop().animate({right: "0"}, "medium");}, function() {jQuery(this).stop().animate({right: "-250"}, "medium");}, 500);}); /*]]>*/ </script> <style type="text/css"> .abtlikebox{background: url("http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-mMtB2ANqowQ/T6es-PuSR2I/AAAAAAAAAjM/LDamrUnMJJc/s320/fb1-right.png") no-repeat scroll left center transparent !important; float: right;height: 270px;padding: 0 5px 0 46px;width: 245px;z-index:  99999;position:fixed;right:-250px;top:20%;} .abtlikebox div{ padding: 0; margin-right:-8px; border:4px solid  #3b5998; background:#fafafa;} .abtlikebox span{bottom: 4px;font: 8px "lucida grande",tahoma,verdana,arial,sans-serif;position: absolute;right: 6px;text-align: right;z-index: 99999;} .abtlikebox span a{color: gray;text-decoration:none;} .abtlikebox span a:hover{text-decoration:underline;} } </style> <div class="abtlikebox" style="">     <div>     <iframe src="http://www.facebook.com/plugins/likebox.php?href=http%3A%2F%2Ffacebook.com%2Fbloggerwits&amp;width=245&amp;colorscheme=light&amp;show_faces=true&amp;border_color=white&amp;connections=9&amp;stream=false&amp;header=false&amp;height=270" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" style="border: white; overflow: hidden; height: 270px; width: 245px;background:#fafafa;"></iframe><span>Widget by :<a href="http://www.bbloggertutorials.blogspot.com"> BBloggerTutorials</a></span>     </div> </div>
Note: Replace "bloggerwits" with your Facebook page URL or user name.

Step 8- "Save Template" 

Friday, December 26, 2014
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Did you ever Thought, Where Google Stores Its Data?

Finally, it has been revealed that where Google Stores its Data; these photos had been taken inside the Google Data Centers, in USA, Finland and Belgium. There are about 8 data centers, but it is more building its Data Center in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Chile.
1-      This room consists of Routers and Switches to communicate with Data Centers. The fiber optic has been used, which is more than 200,000 times faster than your home internet.

2-     This is lower part of the center, which is constructed by huge steel beams, which helping in distribution of power between the chambers.

3-     This Data center covered 115,000 square feet of space, and used for Council Bluffs Data.

4-     In Council Bluffs Data Center, there is a plastic curtains, which keep cold air and lending hot air out.

5-     Due to high power in the circuits, they need to be cool, these colour pipes carries water. The blue one carries cold and red one carries back warm water to be cooled.

6-     This Data Center is full of LED lights; LED blue colour has been used to indicate that everything is working properly. These U bend pipes, when fluid temperature increases they expand and when its decreases they contract.

8-     This is the tape library, where backup data has been stored and robotic arms to load as required.

9-     This storage tank cantains 900,000 liters of water, which is being used for cooling purposes, as we saw those blue and red pipes above picture.

10-  These are Ethernet Switches; thanks to them we are connected and able to see them.

11-   This is backup tape’s Door, which is unique, barcode and robotic system.

Before, Google was quite cagey with details, that exactly how many servers it has. When Google construct a server center in Dallas, Oregon in 2005 the project was a complex of three buildings, each as large as a stadium field. It was made on the Columbia River, because of cheap electricity which is required for an energy-sucking cooling system. When it was completed, it pulls 103 Megawatts of electricity, enough to power a city.
In 2007 Google construct another two data center, one in Lenoir North Carolina, and the second one in Goose Creek, South Carolina with a budget of $1200 millions.

Data centre in Oregon



Data centre (Council Bluffs, Lowa)
Sunday, December 21, 2014
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Make Money through Blogging, Freelancing, Affiliate Marketing, and Online Business.

make money through blogging
Many people still believed that, it’s impossible to earn money through internet. I am telling you, they are saying wrong, maybe they don’t know about the processor through which they can generate money. There are so many opportunities on the internet, through which you can generate handsome amount of money. I have categorized it into four channels. 

1-     Make money Blogging

In money blogging mostly of your income is generated from
ü  Ads
ü  Affiliate Links
ü  Info
ü  Products
ü  Membership sites
ü  Sponsored ads etc.

How to start “Make Money Blogging”?

First you have to create a blog on Blogger.com or WordPress.com.

Step 1: Choose a niche of your interest

Choose a niche where you interest lies, and do what you know, and do what you love.
Step 2: Make a Website of your own
Get Domain and Hosting Cost $25/year
Install WordPress and Plugins.

Step 3: Create quality content

Step 4: Monetize your blog

You can monetize your blog through
Google AdSense
Chitika
Sponsored Ads
Buy sell Ads
Kontera
Product reviews
Sponsored Posts

Step 5: You will get paid

If you have the ability to do all above, you can easily generate money through your blog. You can get money through.
Wire transfer
Checks
Western Union
Paypals etc.

2- Freelancing 

Freelancer is a person who sells services to employers without a long term agreement. He may be a writer or an artist, who is hired to do specific assignments. Field in which a freelancer is commonly includes, web design, graphic design, web development, video editing, translating, journalism, music, publications, screenwriting, filmmaking, acting, editing, copy editing etc. If you got any skill associated with freelancing, then you can earn a lot of money, simply providing your services to others. The internet has opened up many freelance job opportunities, if you are interested to earn some money you should come up with you skills and your luck
Quick to start
Learn through earning
No overheads or any load on you
Work from you room
Best use of you skill
Immediate case
Freedom/control

How to work as a freelancer?

First you have to sign-up for freelancer.com.
Step 1: Select your niche or your specialty.
Step 2: Find or search freelance project for your potential.
Step 3: Build credibility.
Step 4: Start marketing, and do your best.
Job Categories
ü  Web and Programming
ü  Sales and Marketing
ü  Design and Multimedia
ü  Writing and Translation
ü  Admin Support
ü  Engineering and Manufacturing
ü  Finance and Management
Still you are confused that, what I am capable of? Then you have to learn a new skill for freelancer, such as Search Engine Optimization (SEO), learn graphic designing. Still you are not capable of this you should learn Data Entry; this is the easiest way of all over. I will give you some website of Freelance, from which you can easily understand the whole method.
Freelancer.com
Elance.com
Guru.com
Desk.com.
Step 5: You will get paid on your online services through.
Wire transfer
Checks
Western Union
Paypals etc.

3-    Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate markets are the combinations of markets with their visitors and customers, in which businesses are rewarding each other on their marketing efforts. Which consists of four core players?
Merchant (also known as retailer or brand)
Network (contain offers)
Publisher (known as affiliate)
Customer (purchaser)
Affiliate markets often use advertising methods, which are obtained from search engine optimization (SEO) and also from email marketing, display advertising, and also content marketing.

How to start affiliate marketing?

Step 1: Find a niche or your interest.
Step 2: Create website.
Step 3: Create quality content.
Step 4: Find affiliate products/services etc.
Some affiliate services include.
Clickbank
Share-e-Sale
Pepperjam
E-junkie
Amazon Associates
Pay per click
Cost per impression
Search analytics
Web analytics
Some affiliate websites
ü  Search affiliates such as pay per click.
ü  Loyalty websites.
ü  Cause marketing, are those websites which offer charitable donations.
ü  Sale promotion websites, such as coupon, and rebate.
ü  Niche and content websites, which includes product review sites.
ü  Personal websites.
ü  E-mail and news websites.
ü  AdSense ads for the products.
ü  Video blogs include tutorials etc.
ü  File-Sharing websites.

Step 5: You will get paid through.

Wire transfer
Checks
Western Union
Paypals etc.

4-    Online Business

In online business you can sell your own products and services through online. Here your online product’s visibility plays a role of advertisement. Business blog is a kind of an advertising channel through which you can get your business in front of the people.
Some business blogging sites are.

1-      Stonyfield Farm

This blog is all about organic dairy products. Here they are advertising their products through different channels; they are targeting the audience with their organic products, toward family, farming, kids, and employees.

2-     Pioneer Woman

The Pioneer Woman blog is based on the cookbooks, and recipes of cooking. Here she is promoting his cookbooks through her blog.
Many other business blogs include.
Danny Brown’s blog
Nuts about Southwest blog
Disney Parks etc.

So you can sell your product and services through blogging, if you have the business management skills.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
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How To Migrate WordPress.com To WordPress.org

WordPress.com To WordPress.org
To “Migrate WordPress.com to WordPress.org” is not a difficult job, all you need to understand the whole processor before you start. Today I am going to make a tutorial on “How to properly move your data from WorPress.com to WordPress.org. I am assuming that, you are familiar about the difference between the WordPress.com vsWordPress.org. If you had started your journey from free hosted WordPress.com, and now you become serious about blogging and want to make a self hosted blog, then you are at the right place. This tutorial will definitely help your to migrate from free hosted wordpress.com to self-hosted WordPress.org.

(Note) I am assuming that you have purchased a self hosted domain name. If you haven’t purchased a domain yet, but want to transfer your blog to self-hosted website, we highly recommend you to purchase a domain from Bluehost, they will give you a free domain + 50% discounted hosting. WordPress is also officially recommending Bluehost for your blog.

Step 1: Log-in to Exporting Data


Just log-in to your WordPress.com site, on the Dashboard you will find the Tools Icon, click on Tools and then on export. It will lead to export portion.

WordPress.com To WordPress.org
WordPress.com To WordPress.org

Step 2: Choose the free export option. 

Once you choose the free option, the next screen will be appearing, here you will be asked to “Choose what to export”. I think you want to all of your posts, images, pages, comments, custom fields, tags, categories, navigation menu and all content information, then all you need to choose “All Content” and press the “Download Export File”.
WordPress.com To WordPress.org

(Note) The downloaded files are in XML format as below, don’t worry about it.
WordPress.com To WordPress.org

Step 3: Importing Content to Self Hosted Site

Just log-in to your new self-hosted site and here again go to Imports button blew the Tools. Click on WordPress, here you will be asked to install a WordPress Importer Plugin. Just install and activate it. Once it will install, you will find the below screen.

WordPress.com To WordPress.org

Upload that XML file, which you have downloaded before from free hosted WordPress.com site.
(Note) If your XML file size is larger than 2MB, normally it is not larger than 2MB, because the data is normally in KBs. If you got this problem then you got 2 options. First you should Split your file with the help of WXR File Splitter, or you can ask your web-hosting company to increase the limit temporarily.

While importing the data to new self-hosted site, you will have the option of assigning a user, or importing your old attachments, which include images, files etc.
WordPress.com To WordPress.org

Redirect Old Users to New Site


If you had royal followers in wordpress.com, all you need to redirect those followers to your new self-hosted site. Go to the WordPress.com the free hosted site not the self-hosted one, go to Settings then click on Reading and choose the option of “I would like my blog to be private, visibility only to users I choose”. Finally you should keep all “Search Engine Juice” through which you can redirect your old users to your new self-hosted blog.
WordPress.com To WordPress.org
WordPress.com To WordPress.org

How to Redirect Old Visitors and Preserving SEO?

You have moved your data to self-hosted site, but worried about your Royal Audience and SEO reputation. Don’t worry about it, because WordPress.com gives you a “Redirect Option” on his site. You will face a little problem here, because it’s not free, you have to pay US $13 per year. If you got a huge audience on WordPress.com, $13 is not a big deal to redirect those to self-hosted site. The upgrade will provide redirects and allows search engine to be automatically redirected to your new self-hosted site.

How long should I keep paying for this Redirect Feature?

It depends on your audience, because if you had 1000+ followers, better to pay for 1 year, secondly as long as your old users to memorize your new self-hosted domain name.

What happen to my old Subscribers?

 WordPress allows you to move your royal subscribers to self-hosted site, all you need to install “Jetpack Plugin”. This plugin will add your subscribers to your new site. Once it will install, you need to “Contact the WordPress.com team” and leave a request to migrate your subscribers to your new site, like example.com.

How much cost will occur while switching to wordpress.org?

There are no charges for moving content from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. However, there are only web hosting costs.

What If my images are break?

Normally all attached images are downloaded in XML files, but in-case these have been not downloaded or break during the import/export process. Don’t worry about it, because “ImportExternal Images Plugin” will take care of that.

Why I have to migrate from WordPress.com to Wordpress.Org?

Because WordPress.com is a free hosted website, where you cannot generate money easily, as we can generate money in WordPress.Org, which is self-hosted and you can create your blog according to your choice and can be able to install Plugins and Ads.
I hope it helped you out; still you got any problem or any question, please leave a comment below. 
Friday, December 19, 2014
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How to Migrate from Blogspot to WordPress (Picture Tutorial)?

Blogspot to WordPress
To Migrate from BlogSpot to WordPress is a very tough decision for a blogger while Migrating from WordPress.com to WordPress.org is quite an easy decision. In first decision, we are very conscious about our Google ranking, which include old URLs, Pagerank, RSS Subscribers and his/her followers etc. We normally created a free blog on BlogSpot and with the passage of time we are getting serious about it and want to make it a self hosted blog, which give an easy access for themes choices and plugins.

 You will be probably worried about the following Goals

ü  I need to import all posts, comments and pages.
ü  I want to maintain the permalinks for posts and pages.
ü  I want to maintain my feed subscribers.
ü  I want to maintain my Google ranking, which includes old URLs, Pagerank, and RSS Subscribers.
ü  I want to keep my old followers etc.
If you want to move your BlogSpot blog to self-hosted WordPress blog, then you have come to the right place, because this tutorial will help you to properly move your BlogSpot data to self-hosted WordPress blog. It’s a step by step tutorial, just follow the steps and if you got any problem during importing of blogger data, just leave a comment or free to ask.

Step1. Sign-in to WordPress


Once you Signed-in to WordPress blog. Just do few setting before import the data. Go to Settings and click on Permalinks. Here you have to select the Post name option and Save changes
Blogspot to WordPress

Step2. Select Imports under Tools

Here you can import data to WordPress site from sites like Blogger, Blogrolls, LiveJournal, RSS, Tumblr or even from the WordPress site as well. Just go to Tools option and select Imports. In imports you will find the Blogger option, just select it. 
Blogspot to WordPress

Step 3. Install a Blogger Importer Plugin

Once you select the Blogger option it will recommend you to install a Blogger Importer Plugin, just Install it and Activate, now click on Authorize button.
Blogspot to WordPress

Step4.  Grant Access


Now it will direct you to Google Grant Access point, where you can click on the Grant Access button for authorization. 
Blogspot to WordPress

Step 5. Import the data


Here just simply click on the import button and now it will import all your data, which include pages, images, comments, etc. 
Blogspot to WordPress


 Redirect your Old Post Feed
Blogspot to WordPress



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