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Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials. I just love it when I accidentally stumble upon some fantastic information to help people make money. Well, here is my latest finding, and although it probably won't make you enough money to retire with, it could help to generate some passive income with almost no work! Have you ever clicked on a particular website only to get a message that says, File Not Found or 404 Error or some other message which in effect says, Sorry, pal, you typed in the wrong URL. Isn't that frustrating! You think to yourself...this person doesn't know what they're doing. They can't be very professional! Here you are, ready to purchase a product or get more information, only to be told that there is an error. So you do one of two things. You either keep trying, or you give up for the moment, depending on how busy you are and how important it is to get to that website. You may in fact, never get around to going back to that website. Now, suppose YOU are website owner? You might have a personal website, or a business website. If it is a business website and someone reaches this error page and gives up in despair, you just lost a customer. Maybe they will try again, but maybe they will never return, and it's a shame, since no one is in business to turn away customers. Well there is a solution to this problem and that's what I'm so excited about. Jason Dinner, one of Mike Filsaime's proteges has produced a special report along with a step by step video which will show you a way to monetize your 404 Error Page, so when people reach that page by accident, they are presented with a special offer! The best part is that there is no extra work on your part to generate this passive income over and over again. You simply add a small snippet code of your website and that's it! Jason explains in explicit detail exactly how to do this. Now, I'm no techie, but I can tell you that when you watch the Camtasia video that walks you through the process, you will know exactly what to do. He made it so simple, that even I could understand it! Just visit: *******tinyurl****/2rsce5 Remember, it only takes few minutes to set up the process, which will not only give you a way to generate a passive income, but will also keep your customers happy! Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials.
  • 5 Nov 2010
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Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials. If you feel that you should use the WordPress in order to make your website then you are quite right. You can contact your web host and he can provide you with the detailed information regarding your website. You can use Fantastico, which is one of the best ways to install the WordPress. There are many methods of installing the WordPress. However, Fantastico serves as one of the best way to install it in the easiest way possible. At first, you need to look at the cPanel. When you will contact your web host then he will give you one of the links to one of the cPanel. You can see many boxes in the right corner of the cPanel. Let us see how you can do it. Well, you should know that the cPanel is one of the best and the most popular control panels, which you will ever see. Just open the link given by the best web hosting company and you can walk through the cPanel. Scroll your way down and you will see the software/services icon. Out there, you will get the fantastico de luxe option. You just have to click over it. When you will go to the fantastico panel, then you will come across many software as well as services and you can add all of them on to your website. You can see all the actual programs listed on the left corner. However, the list is very dependent on your webhost. It will show only those software and services which are being provided by your web host. You can get the blogs at the top most portions of the categories. Once you reach there, your job is just to click on the word press option. You will get the details of the word press out there as well. You will find the homepage to be WordPress****. This is not the same as the WordPress****. There is a little bit of difference. If you are a blogger who allows the WordPress to host the website for you then you need WordPress****. However, you are up with a different job. You are not opting for the self-hosting and hence you will require the WordPress****. You might see many domain names and you can select the one which best suits you. You can leave the directory box blank or you can also write down the name, which you would like to have for your directory. The hackers might affect try to steal the details from your website and hence you need the protection. For the admin access, you should never set the user name to admin. This is very common. You need to select the tougher user name, as it will protect you from hackers. Similarly, you should select the password as well. You will then have to look at the base configuration. You can edit all these things in the dashboard afterwards. Once you are through with all this then you have to click on the install button. Thus, now your website is ready and you have effectively installed the word press. Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials.
  • 4 Nov 2010
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Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials. As far as low cost internet marketing methods that work well go one can find it difficult to look beyond email marketing. It is a widely used technique that brings targeted traffic to websites and sales letters. Emails are also a great way to stay in touch with subscribers, send them out special offers and new information about your products and/or services All you basically do is write an email in the form of a brief sales letter or even a simple announcement and send it out to your email mailing list. The hardest part of email marketing is building your email list with people who are interested in what your have to offer them. Here are some simple tips that will help you write and send targeted emails to your email mailing list. 1. Send only valuable information. Even though people have agreed to be on your mailing list you should always send them only information that you think is of value to them. Sending them junk or information that has no interest to them can cause a rise in your spam complaints. Just because they are on your list does not give you permission to bombard them with useless information because they signed up believing they would get information which was of value to them. 2. Make your email stand out so people will open them. Most people today are confronted with oodles of emails each day when they open their email box so much so that most emails go unopened. People will tend to open emails from people who send them information they are interested in but unless you have built up your reputation first your email will go unopened. One way of having a chance of people opening them is to have a great creative headline that asks questions and/or invokes curiosity. Be aware that some spam filters will automatically dump emails with certain words in them - one being the word FREE. 3. Leave out the too good to be true claims. Let us face it the too good to be true claims have been over done so much so that most people now ignore them. That said it is not a good idea to make claims that your business can not keep in either the headline or email body. People today look for things of genuine value to them. 4. Think profit before selling too low. Most customers like discounts and some love big discounts. But unless you have some other reason for selling your goods below your breakeven point and thereby selling at a loss then it may be waste of time not to mention money in sending that email. 5. Send emails with useful information. If you have some information that you think is of use to your subscribers send them a quick, short informative email. It is a good idea to occasionally send them emails with bad information such as alerts about scams in your industry. Keep them informed with a regular newsletter about new ideas and developments in your industry. Maybe add a special deal for those subscribers who regularly read your newsletter. Visit *******WordPressTutorials.TV for more WordPress Tutorials and cPanel Tutorials.
  • 4 Nov 2010
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*******WordPressVideos.TV is the premier destination for Wordpress tutorials, wordpress themes, and the best wordpress plugins. *******WordPressVideos.TV has hundreds of WordPress tutorials from which you can learn to become a WordPress expert.
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WordPress Tutorials from *******WordPressVideos.TV We have been testing SEOPressor on WordPressVideos.TV for a little over a month now. The results are in and there are no surprises: SEOPressor has boosted WordPressVideos.TV from page 20 to page 3 to page #1 in Google for our target phrase “WordPress Tutorials“. 1) RESULTS NOW. Unlike webinars, and ebooks, and courses, you will see results in mere seconds… not days, weeks, months. You will instantly see your SEO scorecard increase. You will instantly know that what you write/post has as an infinitely, significantly, and exponentially better chance of being picked up by Google. 2) IT’S EASY. You don’t have to know how to set permissions, change paths, create a database or do anything technical at all. You simply write your posts as you normally would and you will see SEOPressor on your right hand side, working for you, guiding you, making suggestions on how to make every word you write little SEO-magnets to get the attention of the search engines and get you listed higher. Seriously. It’s that simple. For more WordPress Tutorials visit *******WordPressVideos.TV
  • 24 Aug 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV So let's take a look at how to upgrade your WordPress plugins automatically in your WordPress blog. The first thing you need to do is click on the plugins tab here, and just check all the currently installed WordPress plugins and see which ones need to be updated. In the list of your currently active plugins, and even for your inactive plugins, you'll be able to see if there's a new version of a particular plugin available, and it says here that A new version is available, and to upgrade automatically, all I need to do is click on this link here. Now, WordPress is gonna ask me for some information on my web server namely the hostname, username, and password. So your hostname is usually ftp. your domain name, and your username is your cPanel log-in username, and your password is your cPanel password as well. Now, make sure you have chosen Connection Type as FTP and unless you have a secure FTP connection, then you can choose FTPS for SSL, which means it's secure socket layer. But for now, just choose FTP and click on Proceed. And you can see that my plugin has been updated automatically. What happens is that WordPress first downloads the update from the WordPress plugin repository, and then it unpacks the update, it deactivates the older version of the plugin, it removes the older version of the plugin, and then it installs the latest version of the plugin. And finally, it reactivates your plugin if it's currently activated, and if it's not currently activated, then you'll be prompted for activation of the plugin, and that's how you automatically upgrade any existing plugins in your WordPress blog.
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, lets take a look at Google AdSense and lets talk about how to monetize your website or your blog using Google AdSense. Well basically, Google AdSense is an advertising program that you can sign up for, for free, and then you can put those advertising codes on your website or on your blog, and whenever someone clicks on those ads, you make money. Now if youre using a lot of different websites on the Internet, then you may already be familiar with Google AdWords. You may have seen some Google Ads on some of the websites that you frequently go to. But if you do not really go to many different websites and many different topics, and you may be confused, as where actually the AdSense ads are. So this is a typical website, and Im gonna show you on this website where these Google ads are. The first part here is, you may see this sentence here, Ads by Google. Well, everything here is a Google ad. And this is called a link unit and is usually put into the site navigation areas. And the next type of ad is put into the content itself, and you can see here, it says, Ads by Google, right? So these types of ads are made to look as part of the blog or website content itself. And Google ads are what is called contextual ads. What it means is that the ad codes on your website will scan your web pages and determine what are the topics of your website and also of the individual web pages, and it will display only relevant advertising.
  • 13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, I'm gonna show you how to display banner ads on your WordPress blog using the Max Banner Ads WordPress Plugin. Now, this plugin is not listed in the WordPress**** directory, so you probably need to go to Google**** and search for max banner ads. And then click on to the Max Banner Ads website and on this website, you can watch a video to see how the Max Banner Ads plugin actually works, and then you can just click on Download Now to download the plugin, extract the plugin, and then upload it to your WordPress wp-content folder. Once you have uploaded the plugin, then you can just look for it in your WordPress plugins page, and in this case, I'm actually using the Max Banner Ads PRO version of the plugin, which you can always purchase later. The only difference is that with the normal version, with the standard version, there is a link to the Max Banner Ads plugin itself. However, you can customize that link with your own ClickBank ID.
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, we're gonna take a look at how to install WordPress automatically using your cPanel account and, in particular, a function in your cPanel account called Fantastico. So just log in to your cPanel account and you should scroll all the way to the bottom, and you'll see this blue smiley icon right here that says Fantastico Deluxe. So this is a software that comes free with almost any type of cPanel account that you have. If you're web hosting ****00:33 cPanel, you should have Fantastico already installed in the cPanel, and if not, then you should contact your web hosting and ask them about this feature, as it's really important for you to install a lot of useful scripts onto your website. So I'm gonna go ahead and click on Fantastico Deluxe. And this is the main Fantastico Deluxe screen, and if you scroll down, you'll be able to see that besides the WordPress application that we want to install, you will also find a lot of other useful open-source free PHP scripts that you can install to your server; for example, OS Commerce; ZenCart; and even several Wiki scripts; and also some forum scripts. So you're going to install WordPress just click on WordPress here. Next, click on New Installation. Okay, so this is the main setup or configuration screen for your new WordPress blog. And there's just a few fields here that you need to fill up, but the most important is this field here that asks you which directory you want to install WordPress on. So for most cases, if your website is dedicated to just that WordPress blog, then you'd want to install the WordPress software in the root directory, whereby you leave this column entirely empty, but if you want to install WordPress to a particular folder on your website, for example, if you wanna install it to a folder called Blog, then you can just enter the directory named Blog right here. I'm going to install this to the root folder of my website, so I'm gonna leave that blank, and the next thing you need to fill up is the Admin access data and also the password.
  • 13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV If you already have an existing Blogspot**** blog, and you already have several posts in there, then in this video, I'm going to show you how to import that content over into a new WordPress blog. The first thing you need to do is log in to your WordPress dashboard and under the Tools option, you'll see a link for Import. Now, just click on that. Next you'll see under the Import page a list of services that you can import content from. Now, we are interested in Blogspot, or Blogger****, so we're gonna click on the first one here. Next, what you need to do is to authorize these blogs so that you can import the existing content from Blogspot. And then you'll be taken to the Google accounts page, so there's a warning message here that says This website has not been registered with Google etc., etc., but you can just click on Grant Access. And now, you'll be taken back to your WordPress dashboard, and you can see the blog name, the blog URL, and also the amount of posts and comments that you have. So once you have verified that this information is correct, you can just click on Import.
  • 13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, let's talk about how to use gravatars. Now if you have been blogging for a while and especially if you have left comments on someone else's blog, then you would notice that the comment usually has the image of the commenter associated with them; for example, as you can see here, some of the commenters actually have an image (that) automatically appears for every comment that they leave on other blogs, whereas for some other commenters, you would see a general-looking blank image here. Now, these images are what they call gravatars or globally recognized avatars. And avatar, of course, is a popular term from forums and from games, which means a profile picture, if you wanna put it that way; but generally, by getting a gravatar, you standardize the image of you that appears across any blogs that you leave comments on. To get a gravatar itself, you just need to go to Gravatar**** and right up here, click on Sign Up. And then you'll be asked for your primary email address. Now, it's important to remember that whenever you leave comments on other blogs, in order for your gravatar to show, you need to use the exact same email address every single time. However, another easier way to get a gravatar is actually to go to WordPress**** and click on Sign Up Now or you can click on the signup link above to get yourself a WordPress**** account. This is very useful because by creating a WordPress**** account, you'll be able to get a free blog at WordPress****, and you'll also be able to get your WordPress API key, which you'll probably need to use in your Akismet spam plugin and in other applications as well.
  • 13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV Its always a great idea to make it as easy as possible for your subscribers and for your blog visitors to contact you directly. Now, instead of just displaying your email address, which may be picked up by spam bots, and as a result you may end up in a lot of spam, you can also just install a simple contact form to your WordPress blog. In your WordPress dashboard, you can just search for the search term Contact Form, and you will find a lot of suitable WordPress plugins that you can use and install. Now, the first plugin that you see here, WP Contact Form by Ryan Duff, used to be one of the more popular plugins; however, this plugin seems to be rather inactive lately, so another good alternative is Contact Form 7. Now, the names here may all seem very much alike to the new user, so I want you to look for the name of the creator of this plugin, which is Takayuki Miyoshi, alright? So, what you can do is install this Contact Form 7 to your WordPress blog either automatically or manually. Once you have uploaded the plugin you can just activate it, and you will see on your left-hand column a new section here for the contact form. So Im just gonna click on Edit. And theres some basic setup that is required for your contact form. The first, of course, you need to put in your actual email address where you want to receive inquiries and where you want people to send their inquiries to, and then the rest of the fields, basically, you can just leave it as it is if you just want to create a very simple contact form, alright? And once youve updated the contact form settings, you can just copy this code and then go to a page or a, or also on a blog post, and right in the content area here, Im just going to paste that code that we got earlier, cause Im going to save this page and lets take a look at that page to see how a contact form looks like.
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, Im going to show you how to create sequential upgrades using the WishList Member WordPress Plugin. Now, before you go along with this video, make sure that you have created at least two or three different membership levels. In the example here, I have created three membership levels Silver, Gold, and Platinum. So basically, using the sequential upgrade feature, you can automatically move or upgrade members from one membership level to the other. So to do that, just click on the Sequential Upgrade link. So, in this example, for all Silver members, I can auto-upgrade them to go Platinum. So assuming that Silver is the lowest membership level or the cheapest membership level, followed by Gold and Platinum, so I may want to upgrade member from Silver to Gold automatically, and then I can choose the method. I can either Move them or Add. The difference is, if I choose to move members to the Gold membership from the Silver membership, when this happens, they will be members in the Gold membership, but no longer having access to the Silver membership, ever. So this really depends on how you set up your membership site. In most cases, the lowest membership level would allow access to only certain type of content, but not all the content, and then the higher-level membership, for example, Gold, will allow access to more content, etc., etc. But you can also choose to just add members. What this means is that when the sequential upgrade happens, that particular member will still be having the Silver membership, but now, he will also have access to the Gold membership. So again, it really depends on how you set up your membership site. And then you can choose the amount of days for this sequential upgrade feature to happen. Now, sequential upgrades are really, really useful for a couple of reasons. The first reason you may want to use sequential upgrades is to increase customer loyalty to your membership site. Now, for example, you may want to only sell the Silver membership level publicly on your website or on your blog; but once a member has been a Silver member for a certain amount of days, you may want to upgrade them to the Gold member, etc. While theyre still paying the same amount of money, now they will have extra features; extra content; and whatever else extra that you specified in the Gold membership. Okay, so Im gonna put it as 3 Days.
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, Im going to show you how to create multiple levels of membership using the WishList WordPress plugin. So once you have WishList WordPress plugin installed, then you can just click on Membership Levels WishList Member allows you to have multiple levels of membership, but you need to start with at least one membership level in order to use the plugin effectively. So Im just gonna call my first membership level as Silver, and then Im going to select the default role that Im going to give to any members of this membership level. So by default, youll be giving the role of subscriber to all members, and if you want members for this particular membership level to be able to create new content on your WordPress blog, then you can select Contributor, and if you want them to be able to publish content themselves, then you can select Author; and if you want users to be able to create and edit not only their content but also other users content, then you can select the Editor level. But Im gonna leave it as Subscriber for now. Next, you can select the Registration Page for this membership level. So to make it more meaningful, Im gonna replace the default characters here with the words Silver. Okay? And then once customers have purchased this particular membership level, where do you want to take them to? So if you created a special page, a Thank-You page, etc., then you can select the page from here, but for now, Im gonna select Home Page, so Ill bring them back to the Home Page once they have successfully signed up for that membership. And also select Home Page for after registration and after log in, alright.
  • 13 May 2010
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, were gonna explore theThesis theme for WordPress blogs. And Thesis is a very popular theme especially among more advanced WordPress users, simply because it allows you a lot of design flexibility and it is also apparently very good for search engine optimization. So if you go to the main DIY Themes website, you will see a big video here which you can just play, and that will give you a lot of important information about a Thesis theme so you can see if this is something that you want to invest in, because the Thesis theme is a paid theme, so youll not be able to download it for free, and in fact, youll probably need to get one theme for each blog that youre using. So if you scroll down, you can see several headers here, which you can expand to find out more on specific functions of the themes. So example, SEO and design flexibility; and you can also see the Thesis design options, and in-post optionsand you can also see the current websites that are already using the Thesis theme which, of course, runs on WordPress blogs only. So now, lets scroll down here and check out the plans and pricing. So youll probably see a developers option. Now, if you just wanna use Thesis for a single blog, then you did not need the Developers Option and I recommend that you go for the personal option. If you have multiple blogs or if you wanna do your own Thesis thing experimentation, et cetera, then go for the Developers Option, but otherwise, youre gonna go for the personal option, so its gonna cost me $87.00 at the moment this video is being recorded; the price may change, of course; so Im just gonna click on Sign Up, and then what I need to do is fill in my first name, last name, email address, login name, password, and then proceed to the PayPal page where Ill make a payment through PayPal. So once Ive made a payment for the Thesis theme, then I can log in to the dashboard for the Members Area, and currently, while Im recording this video, Thesis 1.6 is out, so you can just read whats new in Thesis 1.6 and then finally, Im gonna click on Download Thesis 1.6 now. Okay, Im gonna save it to My Computer, and as you can see, Thesis is all zipped up into a .zip format, which you can easily unzip all the files here using any default compression or zip application in your Windows, or if youre a Mac, there are also several applications and software you can use that will handle zip files.
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This tutorial is continued with full written instructions at *******WordpressVideos.TV In this video, were gonna take a look at Search Engine Optimization using the Thesis theme for WordPress. The first thing you need to do is look for the Thesis menu and click on Thesis Options. And although there are a lot of customization options on this page, but for Search Engine Optimization, were going to edit the document head as well as the home page settings. So Im gonna expand the Title Tag here, okay? And Im going to Show site name in title, Show site tagline in title, and Show tagline before title - so those are the three options available here. However, what Thesis does is it just controls the exact location of your title and tagline. So you can actually have your blogs name appear before the tagline, or you can have your tagline appear before the title. And for individual pages, you can also choose to append the site name to page titles, and then you can choose the character separator, which essentially separates your blog name and your blog tagline, and also on pages, it separates the page title and your blog name.
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