Monday, June 25, 2007

Make Money Online

Make Money Online: "Make Easy Money Online With Your Blog
You can make some easy money by posting an ad to your own blog. is now looking for bloggers to post one-time ads on their blog sites for cash. You just need to fill in the online form on and then they will email you an offer togerther with a pre-written ad message to be post on your blog. Once you have posted the blog ad and submitted to them, they will review and approve your ad post and you will be paid via Paypal.

To qualify for this offer, your blog must have been indexed by Google."

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Quote for 23rd June 2007

Quote of the Day:
It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good books which are your very own.
--Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Friday, June 22, 2007

Affiliates and Links

Affiliates and Links:
"What are Affiliates and Affiliates Marketing:
Affiliate Marketing is an online marketing medium where special software is used. The one doing the marketing is called the Affiliate (or Publisher) and the one paying for the marketing is called the Merchant (or Advertiser)
Using a special affiliate software HTTP links are generated unique to each affiliate. So once you sign up as an affiliate, you get your own unique link. You use this link to do affiliate marketing (which is to direct traffic to the merchant's website). When any of this online traffic converts to a lead or sale, you automatically get credit for it and earn a pre-fixed amount (% of sale, fixed amount per lead, etc.)

! There are a lot of Paid Books which essentially also tell you the same thing - how Affiliate Marketing works - and how to market successfully using Google Adwords PPC (Pay Per Click) program. And how to market some programs from networks like ClickBank. A few of these would be (in case you are interested in reading in detail): & However, we think that most of you need to learn about Affiliate Marketing is available in the Free EBook mentioned above, so why waste your money on buying these expensive books. Before you go on to the EBook, let us quickly answer off a few questions that we know must be right on top of your mind."
Who makes money ?Technically, Affiliate Marketing is a win-win scenario where the merchant pays only on performance (Sale, Lead or Click), so obviously it makes great business sense for them. However, from the perspective of earning from home, the affiliate is the one who earns, through the traffic he sends to the merchant
How does the Affiliate send traffic to the Merchant ?Affiliate Marketing is done through people directing traffic to the merchants websites through traffic their own website generates, traffic through purchased clicks from Google Adwords, traffic through newsletters, traffic purchased through Overture (or Yahoo PPC), and more.What is an Affiliate Network ?An Affiliate Network is a marketplace to bring Merchants and Affiliates together. Merchants are able to get thousands of affiliates selling for them and affiliates get to choose from the best programs and earn right from home.

I have signed up as an affiliate ? But how do I get lots of traffic ?Undeniably the most important trick in affiliate marketing is to get lots of focused and meaningful traffic. The more the traffic, the better the chances of your earning huge commissions. There are many many ways of attracting or purchasing traffic. Here are a few resources that would help you understand better:1.Search engine optimisation is a process of crafting a site's content so that the site gets high rankings in the various search engines (both the site and individual pages), and includes tailoring on-page text (such as headlines and subtitles) as well as choosing the proper keywords for a page's meta tags. A form of online marketing, SEO is the process of making a site and its content highly relevant for both search engines and searchers. Successful search marketing helps a site gain top positioning for relevant words and phrases. 2.Pay per click advertising on search engines allows you choose keywords you would like your ad to appear for when a search is performed. These show up as "Sponsored Links" along with the Free Search results. You decide how much you are willing to pay each time a person clicks on the search results. The more you are willing to pay per click, the higher your site will appear in the results for the keywords you choose. In addition you are allowed to control the content of the Ad (usually 3 sentences), the countries or regions that they should be displayed in.

Money Making Steps

Money Making Steps: "Is it as Easy as it Seems to Make Money with Google AdSense?
Google AdSense is the Google program where you can host pay-per-click ads on your web site. When someone clicks an ad, you earn money. Simple as that.
Is it really as easy to make money with Google AdSense as many would lead you to believe? Now that I've become heavily involved with managing Google AdSense programs for my clients, I can see it's not all play and no work.
Unfortunately, a lot of people bought into the idea that there was a lot of easy money to be made and they are now finding out they aren't making nearly as much as they thought they would. Additionally, Google has a lot of prohibited practices when it comes to AdSense, and too many webmasters are finding out they violated Google's policies after the fact - often because they never bothered to read the in the first place.
Webmasters must not only comply with AdSense policies, but their web sites must also comply with .

Prerequisites for Making Money with AdSense

To make money with Google AdSense you need plenty of traffic coming in to your site or there won't be anyone to click the ads. You also need to have content that will attract the ads with the highest (PPC) rate that are relevant to that content. Then, you need to lay out your web pages so the ads blend in with your web site. Studies have revealed that people who visit sites that contain ads that use colors that are not in harmony with the actual web site tend to develop 'ad blindness'. Meaning no matter how much traffic comes into your site, chances are no one will click the ads because they'll be ignoring them. If no one clicks, you make nothing. "

Home Based Business

$ "The home based business industry is growing at staggering rates and has become a $427 billion dollar industry world over!

It is estimated by the year 2025, two thirds of Americans and people from all over the world will be working from home. With their computer knowledge more and more Indians are making money online everyday.

It doesn't have to be that way. Working from home is much more feasible than you may think. It is very inexpensive to start a home-based business. Take for example: drop shipping on eBay, affiliate programs, data entry, ppc affiliate programs, phone affiliate program, internet affiliate programs, credit card affiliate program, affiliate business, business affiliate and so many more. You can make money fast. It is easy. There are plenty of free websites readily available in the internet. If you make use of our website sensibly there are many excellent programs that can get you started with very little money and can put a big cash flow into your bank account! Just by working from home you can give yourself a raise with all of the money you will be saving!

Why not put the profits you earn into your own pocket, instead of the pocket of your boss or company? That's what millions of people are doing right now. You don't need to have a ton of money or special skills to start.
It doesn't have to be a dream to have a home-based business. You can make it happen if you try. With the right information it really is possible. If you would like to spend more time with your family and doing the things you enjoy, why not give it a try?"

Indian Market Today on 22 June 2007

Sensex garners 305 points

The market surged last week despite liquidity concerns arising from the mega follow-up public offer of ICICI Bank. The FPO was subscribed a good 11.38 times. The issue opened for subscription on Tuesday, 19 June 2007 and closed on Friday, 22 June 2007.
The BSE 30-shares Sensex rose 304.65 points or 2.15% to 14,467.36, while the S&P CNX Nifty gained 80.6 points or 1.93% to 4,252.05 in the week ended 22 June 2007.
Trading for the week started on a bearish note with the Sensex declining 82.57 points to 14,080.14, on Monday, 18 June 2007. The latest circular issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) on Friday, 15 June 2007, failed to provide the much-needed clarity with regard to tax on profit/gain arising from sale of shares.
Sensex surged 215.36 point at 14,295.50, on Tuesday, 19 June 2007, boosted by short covering and buying in index pivotals. The sentiment was also boosted further by reports that advance tax paid by companies and individuals were up 28.6% for the April-June 2007 period, from a year earlier, which in turn raised hopes of robust corporate earnings in the period.
The BSE index gained 116.45 points to 14,411.95, on Wednesday 20 June 2007, with shares from auto, banking, cement and metal leading the rally
The upmove continued for the third straight day, as the Sensex rose 87.29 points to 14,499.24, on 21 June 2007. Shares from the capital goods sector were in demand.
The three day rally fizzled out on 22 June 2007, with the Sensex slipping 31.88 points at 14,467.36, in highly volatile trade.
Reliance Industries (RIL) rose 1.43% to Rs 1704. As per reports, global oil giants including Shell, Exxon and Chevron are eyeing a stake in Reliance Industries’ overseas oil & gas assets. RIL recently hived off these assets into a separate company called Reliance Exploration and Production DMCC.
Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court’s in its interim order issued on Thursday, 21 June 2007, said RIL cannot sell the gas to be produced from one of its prime blocks in the Krishna-Godavari basin to any third party other than Anil Ambani’s Reliance Natural Resourses (RNRL) and NTPC. In the interim order on a petition filed by RNRL, the Bombay High Court said that the 81.6 million cubic metres of gas per day (mmscmd) is to be earmarked for RNRL, NTPC or for RIL’s captive use for the next eight years.
Bank stocks were in demand. State-run banking major State Bank of India (SBI) gained on its plans to raise $225 million from the overseas market this year by issuing perpetual bonds. The bank plans to raise a total of Rs 15,000 crore this year in the form of equity (tier-I) and debt (tier-II).
ICICI Bank also rose on strong response for its follow-on public issue. The price band for the issue was Rs 885 to Rs 950 per equity share. Retail bidders would be allotted shares at a discount of Rs 50 per share to the issue price determined by the book-building process. The public issue opened for subscription on Tuesday, 19 June 2007, and closed on Friday, 22 June 2007. The issue size is Rs 8,750 crore. The issue including the green shoe option aggregates to Rs 10,062.5 crore.
Engineering & construction major L&T gained after company’s joint venture won an order worth Rs 610 crore for a residential building project in Dubai. The project is to be completed in 660 days from the date of commencement. L&T also signed a $95-million shipbuilding contract with Netherland's BigLift.
State-run engineering major Bharat Heavy Electrical (Bhel) also moved higher after it bagged a Rs 139-crore contract from NTPC for supplying and commissioning of 27 transformers on 19 June 2007.
Reliance Energy (REL) galloped. REL is one of the five qualified bidders to have submitted bids for the 4,000-mega watt Sasan ultra mega power project. The Lanco Infratech-Globeleq Singapore consortium had won the bid for the Sasan project after outbidding eight companies by quoting the lowest tariff of Rs 1.19 per unit. However, the project became controversial after Prince Stone Investments, the Mauritius-based holding company of Lanco, and Jindal Steel & Power together acquired Globeleq Singapore in February 2007.
Aditya Birla group’s aluminium and copper major Hindalco Industries edged up on market speculation that promoters are hiking their stake from the open market.
IT pivotals settled with losses, as the rupee gained strength. Frontline pivotals, Infosys, Satyam Computers, TCS and Wipro, all settled lower.
Glory Polyfilms settled at 28.85% premium at Rs 61.85 on BSE over IPO price of Rs 48, on 18 June 2007. The Glory Polyfilms stock made its debut at premium at Rs 50 on BSE. The scrip touched a high of Rs 84 and a low of Rs 50 during the day.
On 19 June 2007, Decolight Ceramics settled at Rs 44.50 on BSE, a discount of 17.5% over IPO price of Rs 54. The scrip debuted at Rs 57 on BSE, touched a high of Rs 65.90 and low of Rs 43.50.
On the same day, HTMT Global Solutions (HGSL) settled at Rs 583, compared with a base price of Rs 800 on its debut, 19 June 2007 following a restructuring scheme of Hinduja TMT (HTMT).

NSE - NSCCL - Equities Clearing & Settlement

NSE - NSCCL - Equities Clearing & Settlement: "Clearing & Settlement (Equities)
NSCCL carries out clearing and settlement functions as per the settlement cycles of different sub-segments in the Equities segment.

The clearing function of the clearing corporation is designed to work out a) what counter parties owe and b) what counter parties are due to receive on the settlement date. Settlement is a two way process which involves legal transfer of title to funds and securities or other assets on the settlement date.

NSCCL has also devised mechanism to handle various exceptional situations like security shortages, bad delivery, company objections, auction settlement etc. "