History of Google
Today more than half of The Valleys Engineers were born in other countries doing something that is really Innovative and cutting-edge and that you can't do anywhere else. That is a compelling story. And that's why they come here. The roster of immigrants who have shaped Silicon Valley includes Alexander pinatas off from Russia founder of Ampex Andrew Grove from Hungary CEO of Intel Jerry Yang from Taiwan. Co-founder of Yahoo! Andreas Beck - I'm from Germany and Vinod Khosla from India co-founders of Sun Microsystems Elon Musk from South Africa founder of Tesla. And from Russia a young man named Sergei. Brin Sergei's mother was disappointed incomplete his Ph.D. She told me I was like, well everything else turned out, okay. It's hard to think of another Valley company whose name is said as often by so many we say the internet gathered up all the world's information and gave us access to it. No Google gathered up all the world's information and gave us access to it. It's really the ability to search for knowledge. That is the transformative event of our era This Global giant like so many of The Valleys legendary firms owe, it is founding to The Valleys magnetic attraction. Even a force that draws too ambitious young people here. It's you know, two people out of Stanford's, you know, that never had a job before and started what today is one of the most successful companies in the world. Larry Page is from Michigan Sergey Brin born in Russia grows up in Maryland after college. Each wants to pursue a Ph.D. in computer science each decides to come to the valley to Stanford. Where in 1995 they meet. Eat the next year they decide to work together on a thesis project to improve the sorry state of search on the internet search on the internet had become horrible. The sheer amount of information available is immense almost overwhelming and so finding things that were relevant with very difficult. You might search for some important topic and you got somebody's kids' term paper on it. You got somebody who'd written about it, whatever you couldn't find anything anymore because the stuff you're looking for was like a hundred Pages down, but On page think they found a solution. The thing that really shifted was the recognition that deciding whether a particular thing was relevant to your search was not just a matter of looking at what was in it. You want to look for pages that other people think are valuable. It's an idea. They borrow from their parents both Sergey and Larry were academic kids. Their families were professors. They were graduate students and they were extremely familiar with the way that citations work in. Neck in the scientific literature. I write a paper other people who think it's a good paper put a footnote in their paper pointing to my paper and maybe you could take that same structure and import it to the way that people link one page to another so if lots of people link to my page probably means it's a good page. The idea was to build a system that you could reliably count how popular something was they named their search method after the mathematical term for one followed by A hundred zeros intentionally misspelled. I remember this day the first search I did on Google was dramatically better than all the search that I tried previously to that page and Brin for planning to stay in school and finish their PhDs set out to sell their spiffy new tool. They were looking to license the technology and you know, I often think you produce something wonderful and other people would love their you're the baby you've created in one want to raise it but the reality Leti is they got other things going on and it doesn't look as pretty to them as it does to you. They spend a year looking but no one will pay for the rights to their search engine. So they asked David Cheriton who's an investor as well as a professor if he can help them find money to start their own company in 1998. He asks a Stanford alumnus who co-founded Sun Microsystems to come to his home to meet page and Brin they were thought it would be useful in a fourth dimension. Sort of talk over an of what it means to start a company if you're still a Stanford student. So we met at David's house in Palo Alto and it was like an early morning at eight o'clock and they had a nine o'clock meeting at Cisco. So I didn't have much time Larry and Sergey arrived first. And so they were out there on the front porch with me and connected into my ethernet at home and the Andy pulled up in his Porsche and hopped out and they demoed the Google running on this laptop. It was working a stunning. Being irrelevant even more. Small demo. So clearly, you know, I thought this was going to work there was only the question. The only question was, you know, how would they make money with this? So the next version is like what's the business model how you monetize this? It was a well, you know, we can then link this order these relevant ads or relative to the search term you have they could have this unlimited ad inventory and just your search for a tennis racket, you know him a from people in the cellar tennis rackets and you know, and they will Church five cents a click for that which is still the basic feet today. So in the back of my mind, I was calculating and I know Get a million clicks a day at first and cyclic $50,000 a day. They cannot go broke. So it was clear that this was a money-making machine. So he said, you know, I don't want you guys to have to you know, take to low valuation or to have to worry too much about these many things right now. Why don't I just write you a check? So he went back to his car came back with a checkbook and he wrote us a check for $100,000 a new company is born and soon a new verb to Google. The website pulls in so much ad Revenue that Google quickly becomes a very big business. When it goes public in 2004, it's worth twenty-three billion dollars by 2017. It's one of the most valuable companies on Earth worth 600 billion.
Upload date Aug 04 2020
How Instagram works?
Hi there. I'm going to be explaining to you all about the Instagram algorithm and how it works. Now. If you're trying to grow your Instagram account and get more followers as quickly as possible, then it's so important that you understand how the algorithm works because if you do then you'll be able to work with it, which will enable you to grow much faster now real quick before I get into. How the algorithm works I just wanted to let you know how I know how the Algorithm Works. I run a social media marketing agency called Aptus Creative Marketing and my team and I are constantly testing the algorithm to figure out exactly how it works so that we can get our paying clients the best results that we possibly can. Alright. So without further Ado, let's Jump On In and talk about how this algorithm works. Now the first thing that you need to understand is that whenever you post on Instagram and most other social media platforms also what Ins is the algorithm shows your post to a small percentage of your followers. So let's say you had a thousand followers. The algorithm is going to show your post to probably somewhere between about fifty and a hundred of your followers. And while the algorithm is doing is its testing to find out whether or not people like your post after that depending on how much the algorithm perceives that people are interested in your post. It will choose to show your post to more and more people. So, how does the algorithm to help? They're not people who are interested in your post. Well, this is mainly based on the engagement that the post gets and specifically normally the number of likes that a post gets now on different social media platforms different things are important, but on Instagram, it seems that the most important thing is first of all likes and second of all screen time. So this isn't something that we normally talk about when we're talking about engagement, but actually how long someone looks at your post is going to determine how well the algorithm I'm perceives that people like it and that will determine whether or not the algorithm will continue to show it to more and more people something else that you should understand. Is that the engagement that your post receives is measured relative to the size of your audience. So let's say that you have a thousand followers and your post gets a hundred likes you might say. Well, there's no way I could compare to one of saying Kylie Jenner's post that has thousands and thousands and thousands of likes. So how would I ever show up in the feet? Well, the reason that you're able to be As your engagement is being measured relative to the size of your audience. So Instagram is more looking at percentages to see what percentage of the people who it was served to respond positively what percentage of the people who your post was shown to look at it for a longer period now after your post is shown to the initial segment of your audience. The algorithm is going to measure how much engagement actually received and then determine how many more people to show It too so assuming that your post received a good amount of Engagement the algorithm will then show it to another 10% or 20% of your following in the hopes that those people will also be interested in it from there the algorithm continues to show it to larger and larger segments of your audience until the engagement seems to be dying down and people don't seem to be as interested in it anymore. Okay. So that's basically how the algorithm works for your posts being shown to your audience, but then let's talk about hashtags and how that whole side. Things work as you probably know when you use a hashtag in the description of your post that hashtag acts as a search term so that whenever someone clicks on of those hashtags or types in one of those hashtags, they're served search results that are shown in that usual Instagram grid of posts that have used that hashtag in the past. Now the post that shows up when someone searches for any given hashtag isn't random and they're not just in a mixed-up order. The algorithm has carefully sorted these so that the person who is Sir. Searching for that hashtag is most likely to see the post that they are looking for or post that is relevant to the topic that they're looking for first. Now, if you're trying to grow your account quickly, then you must get your posts up to the top of those Search terms those hashtag results because when you get closer to the top it's more likely that people click on your post find your account and follow your account. So to help you get up closer to the top of those hashtag results. I want to tell you the two things that Instagram is using to determine the Sorting order of those posts. The first one is recency. So, how old are the post more recent posts are going to be ranked higher on those hashtag search results. The second thing is how good the engagement was now again, this is going to be measured relative to an accounts sighs. So even if your post and get as many likes or as many comments as Kylie Jenner's you still might rank above Kylie Jenner on that hashtag search if your post got a higher A percentage of likes and a higher percentage of comments and more screen time for each person that Instagram showed your post to compared to Kylie's post or any other large influencers post. Now as I'm sure you can see that's really good news for you because otherwise none of us would stand a chance to compete with those really big influencers. Okay, and then there's one final aspect of the Instagram algorithm that I'm going to be explaining to you and that is how Instagram chooses which accounts to suggest to people Because this can be a great way for you to pick up followers when Instagram suggest your specific account to other people who might be interested in it. Now, here's how this generally works when someone lets call them a person. Number one likes an account. Let's say count a and then life's your account then with another person will call the person. Number two likes account an Instagram will automatically suggest your account because someone who recently like that account also liked your account and so Instagram believes that maybe a person would also be interested in your account since person one was interested in both of these accounts as well. Now the more followers that you have in common with another account that the more likely Instagram is to suggest your account when someone else likes that other account. So for example, let's say that you have an Instagram fashion account and this other Instagram fashion account has a lot of followers that also follow your account. Well in that case whenever someone Follows this other fashion account Instagram is likely to recommend your account as an account that this person might also be interested in following and then something you might want to consider is that this means that when you do a giveaway or some other sort of collaboration with another account not only are you going to directly get followers from collaborating with that account right at that time but also because you'll then have more followers in common with that other account. That means you'll get more recommendations. It's from Instagram itself in the future whenever someone likes that other account that you collaborated with in the past. All right. Well, that is a summary of exactly how the Instagram algorithm works. I hope that you found this extremely helpful and that you can put it to good work to use it to grow your account even more quickly than you're already growing. Thanks so much for reading this awesome article. 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Upload date Aug 03 2020
What is Digital Marketing?
When it comes to digital marketing, there's a lot of confusion involved. What is digital marketing? What is it for people makes it a lot more complicated than it really is but it's really easy to understand which is why I wanted to make this detailed introduction article. That'll just break it down for you. Today I'm going to break down the definition of digital marketing by me in my own words before we get started. When you post on Facebook when you have one follower or a million you're communicating to your audience if you use tools like many chats to put a Facebook message out or a text. Search out that's another example of using a tool to communicate to your audience. These are examples of digital marketing now businesses can leverage digital channels such as social media search engines emails and other sites to connect with their audience, right? So it's not necessarily just the channels that you may be thinking of like the Instagram for Linkedin's search engines are a good example of Channel that's super popular and so is the email I know a lot of people are saying email is dying, but they've been saying that for over 10 years. Years and trust me. It is not dead. It's being used more and more and more because it's a Cornerstone of corporate communication. Now, there are many different aspects of digital marketing for example in a digital marketing agency. You may find a social media marketing department or SEO department or even a UX department, right? These are all examples of different departments that can happen to Compass a digital marketing campaign. They all make up one big picture, which is creating your brand presence online. That's the goal. So when you think about UX you're like UX is designed, Neil. How is that related to digital marketing? Well when someone lands on your website, that's your brand. That's your presence. How are you communicating that message out when people land that's all part of digital marketing just like when you post an image on Facebook, sometimes that image is a photo other times. It's a graphic you may be using tools I can but which is free to create that image. Now, there's also traditional marketing. So I want to break down digital marketing versus traditional marketing so that There's no confusion traditional marketing is essentially the same idea as digital marketing accept the idea of the online component or the digital component. For example, traditional marketing would be using tools like Billboards print ads magazines newspapers Direct Mail phone calls, like dialing and saying hey, would you buy X y&z from me versus using Whatsapp, which would be more digital but doing direct phone calls, that would be more traditional and other Its traditional encompasses a form of physical marketing digital would be using tools like social media channels emails search engine optimization blogging you pretty much get the picture. So why does digital marketing matter? Well, Google and Facebook generate more Revenue than any other traditional media company out there because they control more eyeballs. That's why digital marketing matters. It's where the tension is. Look around you all there at least half the people that you're looking at right now. Have a phone and Aaronic right? I'm not talking about the phones in the pocket. I'm talking about they're literally on their phone or they got the Apple are pods in their ears or headphones. They're doing something with their phone. That's where people's attention and eyes are if that's where their eyes and attention are; that's where there's money to be made. Now. How many of you actually look at Billboards chances are you know bus comes by with a billboard or you see a billboard on the street probably ignore it. That's why Google and Facebook are much bigger than In any traditional Media company out there. So it's digital marketing worth it for your business. Well, chances are it is it's worth it for almost every business out there other than one that is like government-related and the reason being is government type businesses or more contract basis where you don't really need digital marketing for that. But typically on for almost every single business, you can do well through digital marketing now, if you're not sure about where you can get started with digital marketing you can use tools like ubersuggest Yes, you can type in any of your competitor URLs. If you don't know your competitors, you can type in any keywords and ubersuggest will show you all the people who rank for it. That'll give you ideas for competitors. Now, what's beautiful about boober suggests. It tells you what keywords your competitors rank for where they spend their money what keywords are ranking for what content they're creating that's getting social shares from you to know, Facebook, or Pinterest. It's telling you what you should focus on to do.
Upload date Aug 02 2020
What is Marketing?
What is marketing? I mean the first Topic in your marketing textbook. I will be using the book of principles of marketing by Kotler and I will be talking about the topic what is marketing. So the purpose of this session is to understand the Definition of marketing simple short topic nothing really big. Let's start with a question. What is marketing? Well, what do you don't have to be confused about? Well, I did not listen to the lecture of the professor in the class. So I don't know the answer to this. No, I'm not asking you that I'm asking you what is marketing to you. Think about it when someone used to tell you that he or she works in the marketing department or he or she works as a Marketing or somewhere what you used to come in your mind some cousin some friend. Well, usually when someone used to tell me about 15 years ago the same thing I used to think that well, he probably sells noodles in a supermarket from a Maggie counter or maybe he's a car salesman or maybe he's a tele salesman or it goes door-to-door and he sells stuff electricity back. Which is baby? Well, usually the general perception about marketing is that it's maybe Direct Mail offers the offers which you receive that buy one get one pizza free that's marketing or maybe it is a telesales call or maybe it is selling we a kiosk outside stores, or maybe it's email offers the junk email which you receive or maybe brochures. That's the general perception of marketing. But what does Textbook says well marketing is a social bop bop bop. Bob obtain Bob the one yeah. Well, if you would have read a textbook, you wouldn't be listening to this very video. So let's just say that you will read this textbook definition on your own. Let's move on. I'll break down the definition for you. I'll say marketing is the process. Well, keep this thing in your mind. It is a process. It's not a one-time thing. It is a process by which organization companies firms. They create value for customers. And themselves. Well, yeah. Well, it sounds better than the old definition but let's break down further. It is a process by which companies provide Solutions. Well, Solutions in the form of product Services experiences to customers the customers with problems and the problems are in the form of need want and demand for which customer pays back in terms of financial benefits to the organization and in the end. The most important thing the relationships are built. Well, that's very easy to understand as compared to what the textbook definition is. So in simple, the organization gives a solution to a problem of a customer the customer pays to the organization arms money customer get the product customer and get the experience and in the end, relationships are being built. So what actually marketing further is about it tell companies. What should they do? Well, Europe, how to do well yeah. Okay. Let me ask you that question by the way, how do companies know through marketing that what exactly are they going to develop I said in the last slide about these the problems of the customers. That's what companies need to satisfy. How do you know? Well, it's marketing research they do marketing research. They come to know about different problems of customers and then once they develop that particular solution They inform consumers that hey look we have developed the solution for your problem. How do they do that? Ask yourself that question. So they'd come to know about the problems of the customers through marketing research. How do they inform customers while it is promotions all the advertising and branding you see and hear that's what marketing does so it's marketing research and then it's marketing advertisement and promotion and what happens next. Well, yeah the here comes the by the bit money blah blah blah blah blah. Well in short marketing is putting the right product in the right place at the right price at the right time Darby that again right product right place right time.
Upload date Aug 01 2020
What is Craigslist?
Craigslist stylized as craigslist is an American Classified advertisements website with sections devoted to jobs housing personals for sale items wanted. Versus Community gigs resume and discussion forums Craig Newmark began the service in 1995 as an email distribution list to friends featuring local events in the San Francisco Bay Area. It became a web-based service in 1996 and expanded into other classified categories. It started expanding to other US cities in 2000 and now covers 70 countries in March 2008. Date Spanish French Italian German and Portuguese became the first non-English languages Craigslist supported as of August 9, 2012, over 700 cities and areas in 70 countries have Craigslist sites some Craigslist sites cover large regions instead of individual metropolitan areas. For example, the US states of Delaware and Wyoming the Colorado Western Slope the California Gold Country. Three and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are among the locations with their own Craigslist sites having observed people helping one another in Friendly social and trusting communal ways on the internet via the good mind Vox and use a net and feeling isolated as a relative newcomer to San Francisco Craigslist founder Craig Newmark decided to create something similar for local events in early 1995. He began an email distribution list, too. Friends, most of the early postings were submitted by Numark and were notices of social events of interest to software and Internet developers living and working in the San Francisco Bay area soon word-of-mouth led to Rapid growth the number of subscribers and postings grew rapidly. There was no moderation and knew Mark was surprised when people started using the mailing list for non-event postings people trying to get technical positions filled. And that the list was a good way to reach people with the skills. They were looking for this led to the addition of a jobs category user demand for more categories caused the list of categories to grow the initial technology encountered some limits. So by June 1995 majordomo had been installed and the mailing list Craigslist resumed operations community members started asking for a web interface new Mark registered craigslist.org. Org and the website went live in 1996 in the fall of 1998. The nameless Foundation was introduced and Craigslist started transitioning to the use of this name in April 1999. When Newmark learned of other organizations called List Foundation, the use of this name was dropped Craigslist incorporated as a private for-profit company in 1999 around the time of these events Newmark realized the site was growing so fast that he could stop working as a software engineer and work full time running Craigslist by April 2000. There were nine employees working out of Newmark San Francisco apartment in January 2000 current CEO. Jim Buckmaster joined the company as lead programmer in sitio Buckmaster contributed the site's multi-city architecture search engine discussion forums flagging system self posting process. Is homepage design personals categories and best of Craigslist feature? He was promoted to CEO in November 2000 the website expanded into nine more US cities in 2004 in 2001 and 2002 each and 14 in 2003 on August 1st. 2004 Craigslist began charging $25 to post job openings on the New York and Los Angeles pages on the site. The same day a new section called Giggs was added where low cost and unpaid jobs and internships can be posted free the site serves more than 20 billion page views per month putting it in 70 second place overall among websites worldwide and 11th Place overall among websites in the United States per alexa.com on June 28th, 2016 with more than forty-nine point four million unique monthly visitors in the United States alone. For compete.com on January 8 2010 with more than 80 million new classified advertisements. Each month Craigslist is the leading classifieds service in any medium the site receives more than 2 million new job listings each month making it one of the top job boards in the world the 23 largest US cities listed on the Craigslist homepage collectively received more than 300,000 postings per day just in the for sale and housing. Sections as of October 2011 the classified advertisements range from traditional buy/sell ads and community announcements to personal ads in 2009 Craigslist operated with a staff of 28 people as of 2012 mashup sites such as padmapper.com and housing Maps.com were overlaying Craigslist data with Google Maps and adding their own search filters to improve usability in June. Thousand twelve Craigslist changed its terms of service to disallow the practice in July 2012 Craigslist filed a lawsuit against padmapper.com in July 2005. The San Francisco Chronicle criticized Craigslist for allowing ads from dog breeders. And thereby allegedly, encouraging the overbreeding and irresponsible selling of pit bulls in the Bay area Craigslist. No longer allows the sale of pets rehoming with small. Adoption fees are acceptable in January 2006 the San Francisco Bay Guardian published an editorial criticizing Craigslist for moving into local communities and threatening to eviscerate local alternative newspapers Craigslist has been compared to Walmart a multinational corporation that some feel crushes small local businesses when they move into towns and offer a huge assortment of goods at lower prices L, Gordon Kravitz. Writing for the Wall Street Journal criticized the company for using lawsuits to prevent anyone from doing to it what it did to newspapers contrary to the spirit of the website which bills itself in a non-commercial nature Public Service Mission and noncorporate culture. This article was a reaction to lawsuits from Craigslist to prevent competition from the Swedish luxury Marketplace website James list.com received a hefty lawsuit filed on July 11. 12 which among unspecified damages also asked for a complete shutdown of James list.com as a consequence. The young company was forced to rename to Jim Sedition in 2012 Craigslist soup had met / a site that hopes to improve the user interface for browsing housing ads and three Taps a company that helped pad mapper obtain data from Craigslist in Craigslist V3 Taps. This led users to criticize Craigslist. For trying to shut down a service that was useful to them. The word Craigslist Killer has been used by many media Outlets to describe how murders use the site to commit internet homicide Craigslist was also criticized for internet fraud Andy fencing and how the side easily learns victims and facilitates murders scams and the sale of stolen goods in 2001. The company started the Craigslist Foundation a paragraph 1 c 3 nonprofit organization that offers free and low-cost events and online resources to promote Community Building at all levels, it accepts charitable donations and rather than directly funding organizations. It produces face-to-face events and offers online resources to help Grassroots organizations, get off the ground, and contribute real value to the community since 2004. The Craigslist Foundation has hosted a tan you well conferences called boot camp an in-person event that focuses on skills for connecting motivating and inspiring Greater Community involvement and impact the Craigslist Foundation is also the fiscal sponsor for our good works the organization that manages I'll forgo dot-org an application that distributes volunteer opportunities across the web and helps people get involved in their communities as of summer 2013 the Craigslist foundations. Genes are mostly moved to light key mind and Dot org, and the Craigslist foundation.org is no longer updated.
Upload date Aug 31 2020
What is Plasma?
What is Plasma? You may have learned about the three states of matter solid liquid and a gas in a previous lesson. Did you know that there is a fourth state of matter Plasma in this lesson, we will learn about plasma. Let's start by thinking about ice when ice is sufficiently heated. It melts to form water. It has therefore undergone a change of state from a solid to a liquid. Recall that in a solid all of the particles are closely packed in a fixed position and therefore has a fixed shape and volume. The particles in a liquid are still touching one another and are able to move around each other. Therefore illiquid still has a fixed volume, but it takes the shape of their container. What is the change of state that occurs when water is heated to a hundred degrees Celsius pause think and continue in ready? The answer is water evaporates from a liquid to a gas in our case water vapor the particles in a gas are further away from one another and take the shape and volume of their container for a certain substances. If we continue to apply heat to their gaseous form another change of state could occur. These substances can go from a gas to a state of mind. Matter called plasma for this change of state to occur. Very strong heat must be applied when heat is sufficiently strong. The electrons are stripped from their respective atoms creating free electrons and positive ions. Although there are both negative and positive particles plasma is neutral overall as there are equal amounts of oppositely charged particles. Since free electrons are present substances in plasma form can conduct electricity. This is what separates a gas from plasma all gases cannot conduct electricity, but plasma can Naturally occurring plasma include lightning and the Northern Lights if we were to go far beyond planet Earth Stars also exist in plasma form. In fact stars are really just hot balls of plasma. Plasma can be found in fluorescent light bulbs and neon signs. When an electrical current is passed through the Mercury Raper and fluorescent light bulbs. It heats up the gases sufficiently to strip the electrons and to create plasma. Plasma screen TVs are made possible due to this state of matter a plasma screen is made of many thousands of tiny dots called pixels which are made of three fluorescent light electrodes omitting. The color is red green and blue the combination of these colors can give any possible color which is why we can see all colors on these screens the higher the number of pixels the higher the definition and the images will appear sharper and more. more detailed
Upload date Jul 30 2020
What is Css?
What is Css? Hey, welcome to the party. It's going to be so much fun. We're going to talk about website stuff and making things. This is not your first time. So man. All right. We're going to be talking about style sheets and how to make your website a beautiful joy to look at so let's talk about CSS. What is it? Well write this down CSS is the style sheet language used to describe the presentational semantics of a document written in a markup language like HTML. So more specific to our case CSS. Make sure website look like it does. But that may be an abstract concept. So let's take a look at some real life examples. All right homeboy. Let's take a look at a few popular websites and in turn off their style sheet so we can get a better idea of what they actually do and why they're so important. I'm just going to reach up here and turn off the style sheets. Wow, look at that. All right. Here's apple.com known for its fancy layouts reach up here. Turn off the style sheets and wow. Oh, look at that. It's just markup. Finally sure. All you tweeners love this one Facebook reach up here. Turn style sheets off and looks just like the others see You getting it? Yeah style sheets. Give the web just that style. All right, let me break a little history off for you. Use the HTML was never intended to contain tags that would define the style of a document. It was always to describe the content of a document just like we talked about in our HTML 5 Series However in the HTML 3.2 specification some presentational tags were added things like Center or font now while it was really nice to have some control over the look of our websites. It was such a headache to make uniform changes even over a small website. Imagine manually selecting every link on a website and individually tweaking the color to solve this problem the w3c blessed us with CSS in HTML for all of the formatting could be removed from the HTML document and placed in a separate style document called CSS external style sheets enable you to change the appearance and layout of every web page on a website just by editing one single next week. We're going to look at the different ways that CSS can be written and we're going to talk about the way it actually Cascades and see that work. Okay. That was a great entry. Here we go. This is from a article called CSS beginners. Billy Scanlon asks, did you make this website or know the owner Billy? I don't know what you're talking about. Just going to ask. What is the best way of showing photos on our website great question that comes from Listen, listen the best way to show a photo on a website is to use an IMG tag in your HTML. Like we already discussed weren't you watching? What's matter with you? He also asks, where should I buy my domain name? Listen, buy your domain name on the Internet. It's the best place to get them. Just looking for questions people talking about their genitals Jedi picks X asks, where can I put align Center in a link to a photo so that the link is centered on my site. Well, Jedi pick sex, don't do that. Hmm. There's no such property as a line equals Center. You may be thinking of text - align equals Center, but that's not even CSS is a you don't equal anything CSS Hmm. This is what you want, bro. Put that on the parent of the whatever you're centering. Here's one written in Russian. I don't know what that's about and the last one from burn one son.
Upload date Jul 29 2020
What is Vpn?
What is Vpn? You probably heard of a VPN before it's even possible you've used one before but do you know what it does a VPN stands for a virtual private network, which means it gives you privacy online originally VPNs were only used in business settings where big businesses organizations or governments wanted to secure their data since people work remotely and needed to connect online businesses needed to create a secure connection. Otherwise, they were at risk for hacking or other loss of Data nowadays VPNs are used by everyone specifically because it ensures your location stays private. Your data is encrypted and that you can surf the web anonymously, but how does it work? Let's back up for a second to understand how the internet works when you visit a site like Facebook or Twitter you type in the domain name that domain is a nickname for the websites IP address and IP address is just like your home address only it consists of numbers and not Street. Names since it's much easier to remember names than a string of numbers. We give the website's domain names and a server translates them. Your computer has an IP address to and so does every device browsing the internet. When you type in the web site's domain name on your browser, whether you're using Chrome Firefox or even Internet Explorer you send your data into the internet until it reaches a server that server then translates the data and sends you back the website you requested the problem is when you send that data to To the server, you're sending them your IP address and a lot of other information to this is where hackers can intercept your information. Imagine you're sitting in a coffee shop using their public Wi-Fi on your phone. And you want to check your bank account someone else with the laptop can easily log into the network and get a hold of your passwords emails and other information you might have but if you use a VPN, they won't be able to access that the websites you visit can also gather your information, but they And to do it to study their demographic usually it's not a problem. But sometimes you want to protect your identity and privacy. So how does the VPN protect my privacy when you send information online a VPN creates a tunnel that encrypts your information this way if someone gets ahold of your data, they won't be able to read it. The tunnel also makes it harder to hack in but don't be fooled. It is still possible just much harder to do a VPN also adds in an extra server. We spoke about how you send data. From your computer to a server and then that server pings you back with the website, but with VPN, your data goes to their server first and then it's sent out to the website this extra step helps in a lot of ways first. It can change your location a lot of video streaming websites like Netflix and Hulu have strict content depending on your geolocation. Let's say you want to watch your favorite show on Netflix, but it's not available in your country. You send your information to one of the VPN servers in America and in that server sends it. The Netflix website Netflix now thinks you're in America and you can stream your show without any problems a pm tricks them into thinking you're in a different location because the signal is coming from a different server clever right changing your location can also be helpful when booking a hotel or flight research has shown that hotels and flight prices change depending on your location and a VPN could potentially save you lots of money, but let's get back to your privacy. Remember how we mentioned websites sometimes collect your data will Many times governments can request this information and use the listed IP addresses to track your location. But with the VPN their information only reaches the VPN server, they can't track you back to your original IP address. See how cool that is many VPNs also have a no-logs policy, which means they don't record what sites you visit. So if the government requests the VPN provider for tracking logs, your information won't be their VPNs are handy when it comes to keeping your privacy safe on the web by Changing your location encrypting your data and ensuring your privacy. It's no wonder so many people using these days now that you know, what a VPN is it's time to go
Upload date Jul 28 2020
Basics of Forex Trading
Today we are talking about Forex Trading. How Forex Trading works. We will be explaining to you the most important terms that you will need to know and we'll be using daily when trading Forex. But first, let's see what Fork stands for Forex or foreign exchange trading is the activity where you can bet if one currency will get stronger or weaker relative to another currency. For example right at this moment with one Euro we can buy 1.39 US Dollars. This exchange rate can change at any second. It is the banks that are continuously adjusting to The rhythms of supply and demand that are responsible for this exchange fluctuation. So let's make a bet. Let's bet that the Euro will become stronger than the US dollar in this case. We buy a Euro US dollar pair remember when we believe that Currency will rise against another we by the strong currency and we saw the week one since in most cases the sale of the currency will be handled by an outside brokerage firm. All we have to do is buy the Euro US dollar pair another way to say this is that we will go long on the Euro US dollar pair. So when we go long on the Euro US dollar pair we bet that the Euro will rise against the US dollar or if we go long on the US dollar-euro per are then we believe that u.s. The dollar will become stronger than the Euro if we believe that the Euro will become weaker against the dollar we can also sell the Euro against the dollar another way of saying this is that we will short the Euro US dollar pair. So when we short the Euro US dollar pair, we are betting that the Euro will become weaker than the US dollar. So let's consider a real-life example, right this second with one Euro I can buy one point 3940. U.s. Dollars. If I go long on the Euro US dollar pair then I bet that the Euro will go up against the US dollar now. Let's watch what happens 1.3 940 one point three nine four one one point three, nine four, two one-point three, nine four three, one point three, nine four, four up until one point three nine four seven. Great. We were right now with one Euro I can by 1.3. 3947 US Dollars, let's quit betting and take our profit now to figure out how much we just made we first need to check how many euros we bet. So let's say for this bet I've risked 10,000 Euros before I placed my bet five minutes ago. 10,000 Euros would have bought me thirteen thousand nine hundred and 40 US dollars, but after my bet was finalized 10,000 Euros bought me thirteen thousand nine hundred and forty-seven US dollars. In just 5 minutes. I made a profit of seven dollars as the Euro gained 7 pips against the dollar. What's a pip good question one pip represents 1/100 of a percent or point zero zero zero one, which is the smallest amount of currency fluctuation used by 4X and it is the unit used to express the price change of an exchange rate. The brokerage firms want to help you make larger bets without you having to deposit the full. Amount of the bed to understand how leverage Works, let's assume that you believe that the Euro will become much stronger against the dollar you are so sure about this that you would even bet a hundred thousand Euros, but you can't afford it. No problem. The brokerage firms will let you take this risk and lend you the hundred thousand Euros. All they need from you is only 1,000 Euros as a collateral deposit from the brokerage firms. You can borrow a hundred two hundred or even A hundred times the amount of your initial collateral deposit if you risk 1000 Euros from your own money, you can place a bet between a thousand and four hundred thousand Euros. It's up to you if your cash in Pocket is 1000 Euros and your bet is 1000 Euros, then you don't exercise leverage or you can say that you exercise a leverage ratio of one to one in case you want to bet 50,000 Euros with only 1000 Euros. Then you exercise leverage of 50 to 1. Now. The big question is do the brokerage firms lend them money for free. No, they don't they charge you according to the current interest rates, but we will examine this issue later in a different section A lot is an industry term used to describe the size of a bet a 1000 Euro bet is a micro lat a 10,000 Euro bet is what we call a mini lat a 100,000 Euro bet is what we call a standard. Did lat so for example if we go long on a mini lot of Euro US dollar that means we are betting an amount of 10,000 Euros. Remember the actual deposit that we need to make for this mini lat could be from 1 to 400 times smaller depending on how much money we decide to borrow from our brokerage firm. Why do the exchange rates move so fast as you probably know if you have Euros parked in your local bank account for one? Year your bank will credit your account with a certain percentage of Interest. However, what you may not know is that interest rates vary among different currencies, for instance, the interest rate on your annual deposit in Euros in a bank in Paris might be 3.5% Where's your friend in Britain might be earning five point five percent interest on his deposit in pounds in London to take advantage of the higher interest rates of the British pound you would Sell your euros and by British pounds, however, you would probably not be the only one many individual investors and Banks could do the same and if enough Euros are traded for the pounds the Euro will become weaker and the pound stronger as decreased demand for the Euro drives its price down another reason why exchange rates move so fast may result from multi-billion Dollar companies who need to convert the currency of large amounts of money. For example, let's say Toyota the car manufacturer sold 1 million cars to the United States Toyota has been paid from the US importers 20 billion US Dollars which gets deposited in u.s. The dollar-denominated account in Japan. It's April and it's tax season for the Japanese residents Toyota has to pay 1 trillion Japanese yen in taxes this year that's close to 10 billion US Dollars. This is a large amount even for Toyota to pay the Japanese government Toyota will have to convert the 10 billion US dollars to Japanese Yen. So Toyota goes into the Forex market and sells US Dollars and buys Japanese Yen the demand for US dollars at this moment will naturally go down since 10 billion US dollars are being sold all at once similarly the demand for Japanese Yen goes up because somebody wants to buy one trillion Japanese yen. In this case the exchange rate between the year. Errol and the Japanese Yen could easily be affected a last example relates to the timing and circulation of Market information. For instance. Let's say a financial report is published and shows instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has been going up lately and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This news will scare many banks prompting them to sell the Euro and the Euro will decline against other currencies as a result of an important point to remember is that Is this typically the stronger the image of a country or a group of countries that represent a currency the stronger that currency becomes against others in the long run? Thankyou
Upload date Jul 27 2020
What is Mac address?
Whenever you click on an enticing link in a web browser the website you're looking at knows the send whatever the link contains to your computer and not your neighbors because your computer sends its IP address kind of like a return address on an envelope, but as it turns out IP addresses only get you as far as the modem you have in your house and these days most of us have tons of things connected to our routers, especially wirelessly phones laptops tablets computers other. People's phones console chrome casts and they're all connected nearly all the freaking time. You don't want to be thinking about it. So how does your home networking equipment know to send those questionable videos to you and not your parents sitting in the next room while each device on your network has something called a MAC address? Yes, even the PCS Mac in this case stands for media access control. Sighs which device is which on your local network? So here's how they work and when data arrives at your home from the worldwide internet your router needs to decide which device to send that data to it. Does this by keeping track of the Mac addresses of all the devices connected to it then assigning what's called a private IP address usually starting with 192.168 to every device. This is also why you usually punch in those numbers to access your router's control panel through Ooh your browser. This is very different from a public IP which is what the rest of the internet sees as being your IP address for your entire home network. And what comes up when you type what's my IP address into Google your rotor keeps track of outbound requests such as when you click on a link. So when the data you want arrives at your router it attaches the correct private IP address to the data packets ensuring that they got to your computer or device since all those private IPs. Is corresponds to the correct Mac address. Now, this might understand beliefs seem a little redundant since your computer now has both a private IP and a MAC address that can both individually identify it. But in reality, you need both since although both the public and private IP. Stay the same throughout this process the Mac addresses on the data packets are constantly being changed the only tell the data where to go for its next hop when your data gets to the next device. The MAC address is changed. To tell it where to go. Well next since your data might go through numerous servers and routers before it finally gets to your device Mac address information is crucial even though you have a private IP. Another upside of Mac addresses is that normally they always stay the same with many devices having their Mac addresses hard-coded into the firmware at the factory making it easy to spot a malfunctioning device on the network if you're trying to troubleshoot and if you want to protect your network by making It so that only devices that you approve can connect many routers use Mac addresses to restrict access to known devices very useful. If you're worried. Someone might try to steal your Wi-Fi password or even plug-in physically is. Also, use predefined Mac addresses to make it easy to provide you with the service you paid for so that your neighbor isn't the one getting that expensive gigabit connection that you're shelling out money for every month. Of course. They also use these to block access if you aren't paying your Bill's however, so take that as you will it is possible to spoof a mac address. However, and you might want to if you're concerned about your privacy on a public Wi-Fi connection or you connect a new device to your network that your ISP might not recognize but be forewarned that this might not make your ISP happy depending on who they are actually, who am I kidding? It probably doesn't depend at all. Does it race against the clock as a freelancer challenging whatever you're doing? Yes, I'm sure but the Growth of the internet. There have never been more opportunities for the self-employed to meet this need fresh books and are excited to announce the new version of their all-new Cloud accounting software. Do you want to solve all the world's problems make your entire life better and be better in bed get fresh books the Freshbooks you guys know and love if you're running your own business and need to make transactions and invoices and all that kind of stuff on your own has been redesigned for the way that you work with this new Cloud accounting software? 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Upload date Jul 26 2020
Amazon vs eBay
So before I get into my opinion on Which business is better and you probably already know what I'm going to say, but I want to give my honest opinion in my actual answer. Let me explain. So with eBay, you sell something. So let's say I sell this you my Cannon, you know cap for my camera. Let's say I sell this with eBay after you know, I got listed do all that stuff now, I got the package it up and ship it off to an individual buyer. Let's say aye. Selling this, you know the sea for sports drink the same thing with eBay after you know listed take pictures do the whole listing all that stuff patch it up to ship it off to the individual buyer with Amazon is completely different. This is why I prefer Amazon I can take this item and if it's already listed on Amazon, all I have to do is scan this barcode put it into the system, and let's say I have 20 of these. Okay. Now I put quantity 20. I will slap a label on the ship all 20 of these two am Songs warehouse and when one sells Amazon ships it when you know two or three cell Amazon ships up. I never have to do anything else other than sending them to Amazon. So for a Time standpoint, okay, given me the time freedom to do what I want to do run my other businesses. I prefer Amazon now before you ask yo, isn't Amazon more expensive than eBay. Yes, Amazon is a lot more expensive than eBay. But the same time I put a value I put a price on my time. Okay. My time is worth more than what I'm going to save, you know from eBay Amazon. So it's because I continue to use Amazon now did I used to do eBay? Yes, I did do it. Did I you'll make millions of dollars, you know, I didn't make millions of dollars, but I made a lot of money. Okay, if that's what you're asking. I make a lot of money. Yes made a lot of money. I did very well. That's what got me into selling on Amazon. It's because I was first on eBay and then I decided I'm just gonna throw something on Amazon and it sold very quickly and I made my money it the item. I put there wasn't selling on eBay but it's sold on Amazon. Certain things sell on eBay certain things that sell on Amazon. So which one is better? There's no way to tell them honestly is no way to tell now, there's those, you know, those Avid Amazon sellers and those Avid eBay sellers and they're like eBay better know Amazon's better and they just go back and forth. Honestly. It depends on who you are. Depends on what you want what your goals are if you're selling a lot of used items you shoes use And stuff like that. That's perfect for eBay. That's not going to fly over on Amazon. If you're selling brand new electronics, you might want to put it on Amazon because you know Amazon has you a little bit more stuff to back it go there a to z guarantee. You can be able to charge a little bit more for that item, then you could on eBay. So it just depends on what you're selling. Maybe you're in you know, just your goal is to make you know, a hundred dollars extra every single month. Is that an Amazon business? No, No, that's when like an eBay hobby type business eBay is more. I'm not saying eBay's for hobby sellers. There's a lot of people that make great money. Probably people that make more money on e-Bay than I currently make on Amazon. That's completely fine. But what I've noticed is a lot of people are getting into these businesses. They need to start small. They need to start from somewhere but look their capital and then move it over to Amazon or moved more into eBay but to start I'd say start with eBay figure out this reselling business and how it works now. I'm not saying eBay is for you know, just your basic resellers down you little Trinkets and knickknacks and stuff like that. There are some very big power cells or on eBay, the difference between eBay and Amazon is like I said, it's to hold time commitment that you have to put into each one. Each one has you got to put in a lot of time in the Amazon lot of time on eBay. The big difference that I see is that there is more time than you put in, you know in the beginning in the Amazon. You said all your stuff over to Amazon warehouse they fulfill it but you pay A the feet now you could hire you on your employee could hire your assistant and you'd be fine to sell out stuff on eBay, but I don't do that. I don't want to do that. I don't want to have to manage other people. I've done that before. I've done that in the past. They do it every once in awhile and it's fine, but I don't want to be consistently having to manage somebody else. So again, which one is better eBay or Amazon again, depends on who you are what your business is. Now. I know a lot of people are going to be scared about selling Amazon. They have their A to Z guarantee for any reason. Let's say I sold this to somebody on Amazon and they get it works great, but then they sell their camera. You know, let's say 20 days later or their camera breaks like well, this is still in good condition. I'm just gonna send it back they can do that. They can do that. That is that was within their rights to send this back for whatever reason they want to Amazon allows that and as a seller, I know that so that is one of the downfalls with Amazon if I sold this on eBay the person gave me feat feedback, whatever they loved it then I send it back. Okay, they're gonna keep it. I don't do refunds. Okay when I sold on eBay, I never did refunds. It didn't matter what it was. Now if the item you didn't show up obviously, there'd be a refund if the item didn't show up as described. It wasn't brand-new. As I said, they're very fun, but I never had to give anybody a refund because I always describe my items. Amazon doesn't matter. Hey, that is a big issue that some people have with Amazon over eBay. Let's say I want to sell my iPhone one of the problems with Amazon, even though I love Amazon. I could not sell my iPhone because I can't sell Apple products on Amazon I could over on eBay but not on Amazon. That's another issue maybe people that were selling Nike shoes or any Nike products. They can't sell them on Amazon or a lot of people can't now I still can but a lot of people can't but they can on eBay. So like I'm like, I'm trying to show you you know, there are benefits to both sides there's not which one is better, you know Amazon or eBay Amazon and eBay. It's not like that. What I'm trying to explain to you is it depends on what kind of business you run? I like to have the time freedom to do whatever I want to do and run my other businesses. It's not all about Amazon FBA. It's a great business. I love it, but it's not my only business and it's not my core business. So it's because of that I do multiple things. So the last thing I just want to say before I end this video is that you need to decide on what kind of business you want to run? What is the point of running this business? Are you running it to make a lot of money? Are you running it to give yourself that time Freedom that I'm looking for? Are you running just to get rid of some junk that you have laying around in your garage? What is the reason why you want to start this business figure that out answer that truthfully for yourself and that will decide that will dictate Which business is better for you?
Upload date Jul 25 2020
What is Bitcoin?
Hey, guys If you bought a single Bitcoin a year ago, you would have paid just under $1,000 for it. However, if you want to sell that same Bitcoin today is worth over $17,000, which begs the question. What exactly is a Bitcoin the idea is that this is a virtual currency that isn't backed by anything physical? It's important to know that this isn't a stock. It is a currency now mind you it's a little bit different than something like a US dollar or a Euro or the Yen, which are all backed by specific. Freeze, but the same idea still applies here. And the main reason why Bitcoin is skyrocketing in value is that everyone wants to get their hands on them. So how does this all work? Well unlike something like cash which is printed by a government and I can hold in my hand Bitcoin relies on something called the blockchain a simple way to understand. This is to imagine a ledger every time anyone buys or sells anything related to bitcoin is recorded in this ledger called the blockchain and then it is copied hundreds and thousands of times every single hour across multiple computers to make sure, that everyone is on the same page. What makes this interesting is that idea that because it is copied across all these different computers and because it all those public before I say want to go buy a Bitcoin from Ken or before he tries to sell me a pizza for a whole Bitcoin because he's greedy and wants to sell me a $17,000 pizza. I can see exactly how many Bitcoins are in his specific wallet and vice versa is all public. So say I want to buy that incredibly expensive and yet hopefully delicious pizza from Ken for a single Bitcoin. Well, it works out from his end because he can look at my It and say hey, look I have one Bitcoin there. I transferred over to him. He receives it into his wallet. It's all recorded in the blockchain and everything is totally fine. However, what happens when I decide to cheat the system and pretend that I have 50 Bitcoin in my wallet when I don't have any at all. Well, the blockchain does a really good job of protecting against this because that ledger in that list of transactions is copied across so many computers are updated multiple times per hour the idea that I can just say. Hey, I have 50 Bitcoin and try to tell Ken that he can check. Unless I can access all of the thousands of computers every few minutes and change those numbers which are not remotely practical can it's still going to be able to know the instead of my 50 Bitcoins. I have 0.001 Bitcoin because BlockChain has to be double and triple and quadruple checked by computers all around the world. You can say your computer up to help mine Bitcoin essentially every single time that you help process the transaction and make sure that it's legit you mind. What is a very very tiny amount of Bitcoin if you were lucky enough to mine Bitcoin in the Days and held on to what you mind. You become a very very rich person today. However in 2017, if you want to set up a Bitcoin mining system, it doesn't make a lot of sense Bitcoin mining used to work best on PC graphics cards, which while originally meant for gaming can do this kind of stuff fairly. Well, however, nowadays Asics have destroyed that market an ASIC is essentially a small computer that is sole purpose in life is to mine Bitcoin and when it does it doesn't a lot faster than your actual computer which makes it Delete obsolete. There are other types of cryptocurrencies that you can make some money on if you have a pretty decent PC and then trade those into Bitcoin. So if you guys want more information on that, you can check it out right here by far the easiest way of getting your hands on bitcoin is to simply buy them. But this is where I have to be very very clear. This is not a normal investment. Now, this is just going up and down, but it goes wildly out and wildly down. If you do decide to put money into Bitcoin, please keep in mind. This is a super-risky investment. And then honestly, it could all disappear at any minute. Hopefully won't but just be careful prices are wildly variable on bitcoin right now. So last week a single bitcoins worth about $10,000. But this week is about 17,000 and next week. It could be worth 25,000 or can be worth $2,000. There's no way of knowing if all that hasn't scared you off then actually isn't that difficult to get your hands on some Bitcoin. So the first thing you're going to need Need is a wallet to store them in. There are a lot of different ways of getting yourself a wallet. So when the very secure side you can get a hardware wallet that is going to be fully offline. But for most people, the easiest way is to create an account and an exchange such as a coin base. The advantage with coinbase is that not only do they give you a wallet to store it in but you can also purchase bitcoin from them as well as some other cryptocurrencies such as Litecoin and aetherium which are the other two major ones right now. Alright. So after this long and arduous journey, we finally have our Bitcoin. However, what can we do? With it. So some stores will allow you to buy things with Bitcoin. However, the vast majority of people are using it as more of an investment so you can buy some here. Hope the price goes up and then turns around and sells it later. However, it's not all just digital. So there are some Bitcoin ATMs that you can go to in the real world put your wallet information in and withdraw or deposit into them. I don't know if I would use these myself but it's a cool idea cryptocurrency like Bitcoin are a really interesting piece of tech to me and the idea that they can be actual currency is super fast. Donating, however, how can it all go wrong? The big one is the absolute price. Well, yes Bitcoin has skyrocketed in value this year. No guarantee is going to continue in the future. And if you're not OK with a risky thing like that, then Bitcoin is probably not for you. Even though the blockchain is secure. There's nothing stopping someone from being able to steal your Bitcoin using your wallet. So just like if someone grabs your real world wallet and pulls the cash out of it. If someone has access to your Bitcoin wallet, they can pull your Bitcoin out of it. This happened to me. Weeks ago, so I used to use a service called nice hash to be able to mine some cryptocurrencies and then turn those into Bitcoin and as I was in the middle of mining they were hacked and all of the Bitcoin were stolen mine included. So like anything if you have your entire life savings under your bed, probably a bad idea if you keep all of your Bitcoin in one place and an equally bad idea. Hopefully, you guys found this article useful and maybe learn a thing or two. Thanks for reading this article.
Upload date Jul 24 2020
How Did Amazon Get So Big?
In terms of Revenue Amazon is the biggest company in the world. They have over two hundred and thirty-two billion dollars in revenue and that was just in 2018 19 is even bigger and 2021 will be bigger as well. And did you know as we're getting into the 20s Amazon is going out roughly 20% year-over-year? That's roughly forty billion dollars in more. Revenue each and every single year that they're adding to their bottom line everyone. I'm going to go over how Amazon got so big egg and the marketing Secrets behind their growth Jeff Bezos saw a report that web usage was growing two thousand three hundred percent per year. That's a lot as a hedge fund manager at the time after seeing that massive growth in the tricks. He realized that hey, he should be listening out things that he could sell online and after seeing a list of 20 to possible products eventually. He landed on books and why books because there is low costs and because it's such a diverse Niche that they could be sold to anyone books were a commodity with a digital storefront Amazon could offer a wider selection than any brick and mortar store. He couldn't be more right marketing all the books online in just one place is much more convenient to customers as well. And it's easier for them to search one place then is for them to go to multiple different bookstores and fronts to find what they're looking for at this point. Amazon was pretty much set. In the standards for what could become the e-commerce industry having that kind of convenience all in one place. Stop could be proven model for lots of other categories and the late 1990s Amazon expanded to other commoditized media products started with music and movies followed by electronics and toys by the mid-2000s Amazon was a growing network of warehouses and also Health kitchen items Sporting Goods video games apparel and even jewelry, but is it wasn't just about the Alex it was about the user experience in service that they were offering think Walmart, but not having to leave your own couch and get what you want. That was amazing concept, especially when it comes to marketing. So now let's go into some marketing insights in 2008 Amazon listed their company Vision as relentlessly focusing on customer experience, but officing our customers low prices convenience and a wide selection of merchandise. This definitely shined in their marketing approaches convenience. A huge Factor free shipping. Have you ever wondered how Amazon afford to pay for all that free shipping? Well, it's not cheap. It actually caused the Amazon around 1 billion dollars per quarter. But how did they make money? Well, then there's Amazon Prime there nearly 54 million Prime members with a yearly fee of $99 simple math tells you that the revenue generated from Prime alone is roughly five point four billion dollars a year which allows Amazon to offer all the benefits that are Does one-click shopping shopping is easier than ever allowing customers to buy everything they could write from their couch automated deliveries is another big thing right Amazon knows when you're going to run out of paper towels and it can even notify you show you at the right time and even has buttons where you can push so that way you like. Hey, I need to do automated toilet paper delivery at this date and time and they know that you rely on that toilet paper toothpaste or whatever. It may be so they have fast delivery in many. They're not just doing 2-day delivery. They're doing same day. If not next day worse case and that's how they're building amazing Customer Loyalty which gets me into my next point. Right? So the way they create crazy customer loyalty is they open up product reviews at the time when Amazon started doing this people like whoa, you're just let them anyone review a product. What is it? They say bad things. Jeff Bezos was like that's good. We don't want people buying products that are bad if they're bad people shouldn't be buying them on our platform. So he wanted to create an open transparent product review system where anyone can talk about hey, this is good. This is bad. Here's what I didn't like and that's important because 80% of your future profits will come from just 20% of your existing customers. And that's why you want to encourage amazing reviews with your products and services Amazon also has Prime perks which is help them grow fast creating a Prime Membership allows loyal customers right from free shipping to next day are to day are in some cases. Some days even same day delivery by going above and beyond for your customers in your marketing. You can offer more and more for the price. This is how you win over customer. Now. Another thing that Amazon did really well that we can all learn from is their email marketing. Now the e-mail verification for orders allows Amazon to collect people's information and create Prime accounts. If they opt to this allows Amazon to collect user data based on login information and make the user experience much more personalized remember that's where the web is going. It's all about personalized experiences. Versus showing generic stuff, I never see Amazon recommending pet products to me because I don't have any pets. They'll recommend toothpaste toilet paper bottled waters. Although I'm trying to cut back on buying bottled waters and they won't give me novels like Harry Potter to buy they'll recommend business books because they know that's what I'm buying all the time and then the leaving tell me encouraging me to use Audible because they see I'm buying so many business books. Another thing that they've done really well is technology tool Innovations look marketing. Our products is really hard but marketing good products makes life easier. Amazon Kindle came out a long time ago and what they started doing is like, hey, let's make it so it's really easy to read a book in 2011 Amazon reported that they sold more Kindle books than paperbacks for every hundred pipbuck books. They sold they sold a hundred and fifteen Kindle books Amazon is an Undisputed leader in e-readers and accounts for roughly 80% of e-book sales firestick. This is ever to compete with streaming. Asses like Roku and Apple tv Amazon has created. The fire stick is become one of Em's most successful Hardware hits with over 37 million active users worldwide Amazon even recently began partnering with TV companies like Toshiba to create the Fire TV. It's television paired with the fire stick capabilities and Alexa. Another thing that they've done is Echo / Alexa, right you seen those Echo dots or those Alexa devices. There are nearly a hundred and eighteen million home assistant. Is in the us alone, according to a new report from voice pot died and voice defy. It reconfirmed that Amazon's Echo is in the lead noting that the Power Smart speaker grew to 61 percent market share by the end of last year. These devices can also be used to buy products straight from Amazon. We do it all the time my wife and I we speak right into our Alexa device and we're just placing orders. Another thing is Amazon's partnering with other businesses from fulfillment by Amazon. Allows businesses to sell their products right on Amazon and get the fast shipping. I was at the UPS store the other day sending a package out and the UPS store was filled with the ton of packages and I asked them what are all these packages taking up the majority of start like it's all Amazon returns. They partnered with other companies to make your experience better. So you can just drop off packages at a close UPS store or any real teller that they've partnered with which again makes your experience better. And that's one of their keys in their marketing. They're all about The user experience see their secret to marketing isn't Google AdWords or SEO or Facebook ads everything that I mentioned is about making the experience for users better. And when you're thinking about your marketing, don't just think about how you can acquire more users. Thanks for reading this article.
Upload date Jul 23 2020
What is Netflix?
What is Netflix? remember Blockbuster ha ha ha you can laugh but there wasn't quite anything like popping over to one of the nine thousand locations. They had globally rented a gently used copy of Home Alone on VHS and settling down in the glow of your CRT tube television with a big bucket of popcorn. Of course, once the internet came along and Netflix with it Blockbuster stores became all but a memory as there are now only I do Dozen of them left in the United States mostly in Alaska do too outrageous Broadband prices. So intuitively you'd think that it would take a rather massive Enterprise to pull the rug out from under literally thousands of brick and mortar stores and you'd be right during periods of peak usage Netflix accounts for over a third of all Downstream internet traffic in the United States a third. third but exactly how do they fling videos to so many people at once do they just have one giant server farm that constantly pours episodes of House of Cards and Family Guy on to the internet backbone not exactly like many other large sites focused on media delivery Netflix uses a Content delivery Network or CDN to store and transmit movies and TV shows you see Although Netflix's entire Library could certainly fit on a few servers housed in a single building. There are some problems with this approach One locations far from that facility would suffer from high latency. Not what you want for streaming video to this architecture would be basically the definition of a bottleneck since a single connection. That fast doesn't exist. And if it did it would be astronomically expensive. Pensive and three, it would mean a single point of failure that could cause Netflix's entire service to go down. If something happened at that one location a CDN solves these problems by utilizing redundant servers in multiple locations to serve many Geographic areas more quickly to balance server load between them. So they don't get overworked and to ensure that there will be backups. In case of an incident or outage at one or even several locations, but Netflix in particular takes this concept A step further because they are so big they actually work directly with a number of isps to install their own Hardware. These boxes called open Connected appliances at either exchange points or even within the isps facilities themselves. Holding up to 280 terabytes of video each these come pre-loaded with close to the entire Netflix Library. So what this means for you the consumer is that instead of connecting to some super far away land server to watch a movie you're connecting to an appliance at your own ISP. That's much closer cutting down on latency and making it so that your Netflix data packets don't have to fight with all the other internet. Thick that is Upstream from your ISP. And when it's time for catalog updates Netflix pushes them to these appliances during the morning when there's typically less internet traffic overall. Meaning that by the time everyone gets home from work ready for a night of binge watching the repository of content at their ISP has already been updated and is ready to go and if lots of people fire up their computers at once the appliances are equipped to push out data. Yeah at over 90 gigabits per second the equivalent of over 13,000 people watching an HD movie at once then if that's not enough bandwidth Netflix can just install more boxes for larger isps that serve greater numbers of people but to keep speeds High the open connect boxes only handle storing and transmitting video for everything else keeping track of what shows you like recommendations billing Lon. Beans and the search feature Netflix uses Amazon web services or AWS a massive Cloud processing service that Netflix can quickly by more time on in the form of virtualized servers as their customer base and traffic volume grows. And it's also very failure tolerant due to high amounts of redundancy, but wait a second Amazon has that Prime video thing that they're trying to get everyone to buy why in the world would they let Netflix a huge competitor use their servers? Well Amazon does make quite a bit of money from their deal with Netflix possibly into the range of hundreds of millions of dollars and may not want to start pushing out certain customers just because they might compete in a different market segments. I mean think of how Samsung manufacturers chips that Apple puts in their phones. Because of Amazon wants to be the go-to company for cloud processing. They can't behave in that way. It's kind of like how Comcast won't stop you from watching a Disney movie through their internet service yet. Do you find yourself racing against the clock as a freelancer or small business owner? Do you have trouble keeping track of your accounting and expenses and your invoices freshbooks Cloud accounting software is the solution for you. It's the simplest easiest way to More productive more organized and get paid faster create and send professional-looking invoices in less than 30 seconds set up online payments with just a couple of clicks see when your client has seen your invoice and take the entire platform with you on your Apple or Android mobile device. So you can keep track of all that stuff throughout the day rather than getting hope in the end of the day being like, what did I work on? How much should I pull him for that what's going on?
Upload date Jul 22 2020
What is Python?
Upload date Jul 21 2020
What is Tik Tok?
So what is Tick Tock and how do you use it? Well in this article, I'm going to tell you everything you need to know. It's coming up. Hey everyone, today we're talking all about the app tick tock tick tock launched in 2016. And in 2018, the application gained popularity and became the most downloaded app in the USA. Hey, look before you cross the street Tick Tock is one of the most popular social media apps on the planet allowing users to upload 15-second videos that they can share with the world Trends include lip-synching to Archive of popular songs dancing and collaborations allowing the user to duet with someone by replying to their video. So look, how does it work? Well, it's really simple you just download the app, like what you would any other platform and then create an account. You'll have to come up with some kind of username. No different to the Facebook Instagram or anything like that. Now once you're logged in you can instantly start watching everybody's videos and there are so so many videos on ticked off. This is one of the most random apps I've ever been on you open up the app on your phone. And then it will take you to a 15 second video and that 15 second video will just Loop if you swipe up it will take you to the next one so on and so on and so on and it's a bit of a lot o when it comes to what your land on when you swipe up because it really could be anything. Now the more time you spend on the app, the more you will tap into the algorithm. So it will start to show you videos that are related to stuff that you've liked and engaged with but apart from that it really is just a smorgasbord of It creative amazing bizarre videos I've ever come across. Okay. Now let's talk trends for look. There are definitely Trends on Tick Tock and just to name a few there is the Adele Trend. There's another one where you use a finger gun. I lip-syncing is a huge part of ticked off at K. That's what a lot of people use it for whether that's lip-synching to a song or lip syncing to a quote from a film And there are also some really creative people on there. There are artists. There are people that dance. It's just a really random app full of really random things. So as a consumer, there's plenty of content for you to sit there and watch but as a Creator, what can we do? What kind of videos can we upload to tick tock now? They make it incredibly easy to shoot edit and upload a video all within that app. There's a huge Archive of music to choose. I'm in there are different video effects. You can add to your footage. But what's it like to use this app as a video creator? Well, I thought I'd find that now once I set up an account. I thought I'd upload my first video and I put no thought into this just to be really clear and Mitchell. He uploaded the first video that I found on my phone and within a week of that video had over fifty thousand of years, which was just Insane to me. We just as an example. Let's compare Tick-Tock to YouTube. OK, I upload a 15 second video on my phone and it gets 50,000 views. Look at the views on this video as an experiment. Okay, but it's nowhere near 50,000 views right getting that amount of views is actually really difficult. I mean I've set up light I've set up a camera on a tripod of gum microphone. I'm going to have to edit this footage and upload it. But with Tick-Tock, I upload a video 15 seconds long, which is just hanging around on my phone and I get Diffuse so with the first video getting so many views of thought experiment and upload some more. So in the last week, I've uploaded six videos and as you can see they've had varying degrees of success. So my first video as I mentioned did pretty well it got fifty nine thousand views. I then uploaded to more videos videos that you would have seen on that channel before I used these as Facebook profile videos. They didn't do very well one only got 567 views the other one got a hundred forty seven and then uploaded another video that also did only a hundred and twenty eight views and then uploaded another one that did pretty well that got over 8,000 views, but then I created a video specifically for Tick-Tock. The rest of these videos were just videos that I had sat on my phone and that video I use one of the trending hashtags. It was the finger gun and that got over twenty three thousand views by being on Tick-Tock for just one week managed to get rid of 93,000 of use which is just mental. So look, I've gotta say I'm really impressed with Tick Tock I guess to sum it up you could say Minimal effort maximum results if you're looking to get eyes on your content and to grow a following quickly then honestly Tick-Tock could be one of the easiest and quickest ways to do that. Thanks reading this article Tick Tock may or may not but it's sad enough scale.
Upload date Jul 20 2020
What is Youtube Music premium?
YouTube music premium. We wanted to take a deep dive into it and find out how good is it for those who have it available? Sorry for those who don't have it available where they live yet. Anyways, here's my review of the YouTube music premium. Make sure you let everyone know what service you use by answering the poll up here and leaving a comment on why first for those who don't know Google play music is being merged into YouTube music premium. Unfortunately at the time of filming your library, your playlist and music Locker has not transferred over to YouTube music premium, but supposedly that will be added later this year. Only time will tell how true that is and if you already had Google play the music you may know that there has been some confusion about pricing asked a few questions and also through personal experience. Here's what's happening. You're being grandfathered into YouTube premium. So YouTube premium is One Step Beyond YouTube music premium and includes ad-free YouTube and original content. So if you have any discomfort, Kind of plans, or even a family plan from Google Play music that's being grandfathered in but if you're signing up for YouTube music premium for the first time here are the plans. So keep in mind that YouTube music premium is just the service to stream anything associated with music and music videos YouTube premium prices are different and that is YouTube music Premium Plus access to premium YouTube features like ad-free YouTube and access original content for an advertising company. Google makes some confusing advertising and branding choices. They should just name it YouTube music and then YouTube premium simple. So as far as I can tell you cannot purchase music on YouTube music premium. So it's strictly as subscription-based streaming service. Unfortunately, it's not public the exact number of tracks is available. But on YouTube music premium you have access to original content remixes covers live performances, etcetera. Oh and like a ton of video options beyond the single official Music video with those videos you can cast it to a cast enabled device and watch it there or even cast the audio-only in the app. You can listen to the audio from videos only by switching the toggle button, which makes way more sense. If you want to passively listen to music rather than watch it. You can even search for a song based on describing it or looking up the lyrics which is cool. That's the power of Google Search. So when you look at the app, it's divided into three different sections home hotlist and Library, so when you look in the homepage of the app, you can tell that YouTube music Premium is focusing on you finding new artists to listen to and I'll come from suggestions that are given to you or playlist. I have been curated for you as well and behind all that is the power of Google's search algorithms and machine learning. This data comes from a variety of means. There's a little artist who choose your adventure thing. That is fun where you click on different artists and it will suggest other artists that are similar and you just keep going and going down the rabbit Trail the more you choose the better your service will be from the start thumbs up and down is important because it will help with suggesting you better content and Your thumbs up. Huh? Oh and subscribe because you know YouTube subscribe also helps but it currently subscribes to the artist channel on your actual YouTube account. This is being worked on by right now subscribing May boost all your notifications and suggested videos on your main YouTube account since I have a sub-account under my this is Tech today Channel. This doesn't really affect me personally, but if you don't have a sub-account under your one email address, this may be a nuisance you can kind of get around this if you simply add Add the album that you want only to your library, but you can't just add an artist it also analyzes how you use the app and how often you look at videos with that. They'll adjust the main homepage based upon your actual usage. If you don't watch much video, it'll move it lower on the home screen so you don't see it as often and vice versa. I think that's cool. You will also receive suggestions based on your location time and weather and that'll all be grouped based upon style mood and artist. There's also an offline mixtape that YouTube curates and then updates every day if you want to you. Instead of seeing your phone automatically downloads out to a certain number of songs every day and you can listen to it without a single and of course you can turn this off on the second page you have a hotlist, which is honestly just what music videos are hot new and trending right now and YouTube when I checked it only provided 19 videos on that page and one thing that I noticed while poking around was the option to enable stats for nerds and you can find out a lot of neat info about that specific video streaming at that moment on the library page. You'll see the last played downloads playlist albums like songs. An artist playlist will include custom playlist that you create as well as the playlist that are already created that you add and albums are listed in the order that you add them. You'll find that you're unable to add individual songs unless you search for it instead of adding a song to your library you like it kind of like adding a song to your library, but way more confusing and less organized the only way to add it to your library is adding the whole album to your library like songs are arranged in the order that you liked it with the most recent showing up first and considering that the majority of Where's listen to Things based upon singles rather than entire albums. This is a bit counterintuitive the artist section consists only of the artists that you have subscribed to their essentially forcing you to subscribe to an artist Channel page to add the brand name to your library from a consumer standpoint. I kind of hate this but from an artist standpoint, this is great and part of the success of YouTube music premium is the satisfaction from the artist's perspective. So with all this how good is the sound quality for sound quality settings. It's a bit hidden the labeling doesn't make it super easy to tell which one is the best but it seems like HD is the best option right now. Now when you add resolutions to the sound quality settings and you combine YouTube with all this the audio file on me kind of gets a little scared. So it may be hard to shake the stigma that the audio quality from the music on a video is quite poor because it is for the audio file out there. But when you're listening to the audio-only not the video sounds pretty good and in my comparisons, I thought it sounded better than Apple music but sound can be a bit subjective. Not much else that's there in terms of the sound quality like Spotify. There's no gapless playback. There's no normalization. There's no EQ and I hope that they fix that soon. The overall design of the app is nice. I prefer the Dark theme and the huge emphasis on photos looks nice and I would say it's a great start. It still needs a lot of the more advanced features from Google Play Music like the music Locker or features that Spotify has there is a native integration for Google home devices that allows you to set YouTube music as your default music streaming service. Sure, check out this station on YouTube. There isn't a podcast section. However, Google just released a Google-branded podcast app so you can use that but I'm just going to call it right now that Google will release a podcast section in YouTube music premium, and then we'll have the huge. Using Google strategy of releasing a bazillion apps that overlap and just currently there isn't a widget available like you would have with Google Play music but if your experience is like mine with Google Play music it was prone to lag a bit, but I'd still like to have a widget speaking of lag. I haven't experienced any so far so knock on wood as for the web browser app on your computer. It is generally the same general layout or Logic for navigation. The benefit is how big the images are in the added backgrounds. It just looks nice. Just know that there's no ability to adjust the audio quality on the web app. Oh and I hope that they have a dedicated app for the desktop as a whole. I think this is a great start but it has a lot of room to catch up to something like Spotify and if you watch her last comparison video Spotify kind of came out on top, but I prefer you to YouTube music premium because well, I was grandfathered in from a seven dollar and 99 cents Google play music plan, and I use a lot of YouTube. So I like not seeing the ads, but do you think YouTube music premium is a good fit for you. Thanks for reading this article.
Upload date Jul 19 2020
What is Google Analytics
What's up, guys. Today we will be talking about google analytics. I'm going to be explaining. What are Google analytics and talk a little bit about how it works? So what is Google analytics? Well, it's just an awesome plugin that allows you to track and analyze all of your website traffic, and traffic is just another word for the visitors to your website. Google Analytics is a must-have tool for anyone interested in growing their website with digital marketing. So what does Google analytics allow you to see Well, it lets you see a lot of things like how many visitors you're getting to your website? And where are they coming from IE Google YouTube Facebook? How long are they spending on your website? Which pages are they clicking on? Also, including what is their age? Are they a man or a woman? What's their city or country? Lots of important data? So having a website but not having Google analytics is like driving a cruise ship with a blindfold on you have no idea where you're going and you'll likely just go in circles without ever finding your desired destination. So if your destination is to make those sweet hard-earned dollar bills, then this could be important. So how does Google analytics even work? Well, let's say I have a website and the main goal of this website is to sell a product or maybe promote some kind of service and then finally get paid for that product or service and let's also say that I'm running ads to my website and I'm running them through Instagram YouTube and Facebook. So now I've got four different ways that somebody could find my website once I install Google analytics. I'll get this special code that will be inserted into my website to help with tracking and don't worry. You don't need to know any coding to get this up and running. So that code will then track where my visitors are coming from so that I can see which A door which platform is generating me the most or the least amount of traffic or it could tell me whether the video ads are working better than my picture ads and lots of other helpful data like that. And once those visitors are on your website Google Analytics will also let you see how many people are bouncing off of your website and where they're bouncing off. So, is it on the homepage? Is it on the landing page for your product or are they bouncing off at the checkout cart? That way you can figure out what needs to Be improved on your website so that you can keep people going down that funnel to purchasing. And as I said before you can see statistics about your visitors such as their age range and whether they're men or women and other stats like that way you can Target the best majority demographic and hopefully grow your website and if you want awesome website tutorials design tips e-commerce tutorials and much more. Thank You
Upload date Jul 18 2020
So YouTube has just been hit by a huge painful fine from the FTC and I'm afraid we're going to pass on some of that pain too. Many of you. They don't like you don't come. Hello, IQ educating you on your YouTube journey is usually I'd star all of my videos with some light entertainment and some upbeat music. But unfortunately, this video will take on a more somber tone and this time it's not because YouTube is laying down the law on creators because of some disruptive influences who are causing issues on the platform. No, this is all to do with YouTube. They have messed up earlier this week the Federal Trade Commission find it YouTube a whopping. Million u.s. Dollars for collecting data on minors and then using that data to target ads at them. The FTC stated that these practices are in direct violation of the children's online privacy protection act and break their rules. And if you're wondering how big this is thought Facebook and Cambridge analytical it's that type of nuclear social media detonation. Now while the fine is undoubtedly huge, to be honest. We as creators don't really care about any of that. We want to know how it's going to affect. Us and our content if we create videos for children and the implications are pretty severe starting with this YouTube must cease immediately collecting any insights or data from videos that are targeted at children under the age of 12 as well as asking for parents consent to use any information collected on children under the age of 12 such as their name or an image. Now, of course, at this early stage, we can only really speculate on what that's going to mean for the average Video Creator. Imagine not having all of the analytics from your videos as you usually would do and going through a lot more checks and balances when you not only start a YouTube channel aimed at children but publishing videos as well. Coincidentally YouTube has been trialing a video self-certification program. Whereby you answer a series of questions to ensure that the video you are publishing on YouTube meets their guidelines would imagine having to do that for every single video you publish if you are a kid's content creator, I've got to support page in the video description if you want to check out more on that and that's how we could see children's content evolving on YouTube. But as we say right now it is all speculation because we are so close after this decision from the FTC and YouTube, but those aren't the only changes that are going to affect the platform in a blog post-Youtube. CEO is Susan what chicky confirmed this YouTube will treat any data from anybody watching children's content on YouTube as a child regardless of the age The user watching the video content YouTube will stop serving personalized ads to any viewers watching children's content and features such as comments and notifications will be removed from such content as well. Creators will have to tell YouTube that their content is targeted towards our children. So we're talking earlier about self-certification. This is going to be forced self-certification and even if you try and avoid all of this YouTube is going to use machine learning to try and identify kids. Is contents whether or not you say it is so that also could mean that there are some false positives for Content. There isn't targeted towards children, but YouTube treats it just like that we've had that problem before that is a lot of changes. And again, let's speculate on how that might affect the average Video Creator. No notifications mean that your subscribers aren't going to know when you publish new content, which means that your new videos are going to get the velocity that they used to get help driving views and watch time and click-through rate. This means that you will distribute your content more as YouTube say in their own analytics without comments, which has been a problem for 6 months. Now in the children's category on YouTube. It means that you can't really connect properly with your community and if advertisers can't directly Target the exact view if they want to hit with their advertisements Schiller is going to be less of an incentive to put ads on children's content meaning that you to Burns less money and you earn less money through AdSense and it's that if nothing else is the hugest potential impact that's going to hit all of these children's content creators on YouTube and the yardstick for all of this is going to be Ryan's toy reviews one of the largest YouTube channels one of the most profitable YouTube channels if we go by Roar view numbers and AdSense, how is that channel going to cope with all of these humongous changes? It'll be interesting to see now there is a lot more we could talk about regarding this new story and we In a special podcast we've spoken to Sean McKnight who has several YouTube channels well over a million subscribers to talk about the topic and there are lots of scary things and he's just a small snippet about how if you try and avoid YouTube self-certification with children's content you could end up in hot water with the FTC directly. The FTC has actually made a statement that by YouTube implementing this self-certification if the Creator goes out and intentionally creates content for younger. Oh, kids and certifies that it is not for children under the age of 13 just simply to bypass the policy and make the higher CPM is on YouTube proper, but that opens up that content creator for exposure to the FTC that they can call Out full force on that content creator. That's actually scary for the meeting. Yes, and that is a full half an hour conversation with Sean's if you want to learn everything there is to currently know about these changes to Children's content on YouTube links are in the video description now, it could be argued that YouTube has never been Video platform for children because when you create a new account you have to state that you are over 13 years old, but in reality, there are so many accounts that have been created on YouTube that used by children. Then it is right on YouTube and some may say that around about a third video content on YouTube is for children under 13 12 years old like many things on YouTube as the platform has grown so rapidly over the last decade. And it's gone unchecked not regulated enough and now rather than being a subtle and gradual change towards something that is more suitable for the platform and better protect children. It's all happening all at once YouTube has been able to negotiate with the FTC a little bit of time to help prepare any of you content creators who are effective and they say that within four months all of these changes will be in effect effectively the start of 2020. As always we'd love to hear your thoughts, especially if you are directly affected by all of this. Thank you
Upload date Jul 17 2020
Intro to Making Money on YouTube
The question I often hear from creators is when can I start making money on YouTube? So I'm going to explain the basics of what you need to know to start earning money with your YouTube channel. Before you can earn money on your channel, you need an audience now to build an audience. You need to make consistent videos that viewers really like watching and like anything on YouTube. It's important that your videos follow YouTube's Community guidelines after that's all working for you. You can apply to join the YouTube Partner Program or app, which lets creators monetize their videos on YouTube to qualify for. App. You need to be in good standing with YouTube and have 4,000 valid public watch hours in the previous 12 months. At least 1,000 subscribers now, we've set these thresholds because we want creators to be good citizens on the platform and these requirements ensure our teams have enough information to really review your channel note that you can only apply to IPP after you cross the watch our and subscriber thresholds will keep you updated on your progress towards hitting these thresholds in the monetization tab in YouTube Studio. You can also choose to be notified with an email. Once you're eligible to apply. Once your channel does hit these thresholds. You'll need to sign the partner program terms. And sign up for a Google AdSense account after all of these steps are completed. Then your channel will be reviewed against our policies. And if everything looks good, you can start earning money from ads and from YouTube Premium subscribers watching your content. Also, once you're approved for the YouTube Partner Program, there are other revenue streams besides ads that you can tap into things like Channel memberships or Super Chat as long as you meet their criteria and they're available in your country. So that's the program in a nutshell now, I'm going to walk you through some of the most common questions we get The first is around Channel reviews say you think your channel qualifies for VIP P, but it hasn't been reviewed yet. Well, we usually get back to you in about a month. Once you hit the review thresholds, but you can find more about your status on the monetization page and YouTube studio until then keep making great content and focusing on building your audience. Another question that comes up what if your channel isn't approved if you're not approved for you. It's likely because your channel doesn't meet the YouTube Partner program policies and Merely guidelines in which case you can reapply again in 30 days as long as you still meet the watch our and subscriber thresholds before you reapply we suggest you read through these policies. Go to the monetization page in your account and review your videos with our YouTube Partner program policies and Community guidelines in mind. The next step is to edit or delete any videos that violate these policies. Once you're successful in the program creators often asked to have to meet this threshold. Old every year the short answer is no, however, you do need to stay active with uploads and Community posts if you're active on your channel for six months and fall below the threshold. We may remove your channel from the partner program stay tuned to this Channel and the Creator Academy for more insights, including how to get the most out of ads and other monetization features. Thanks
Upload date Jul 16 2020
Intro to Google Cloud
introduction to Google Cloud. This article is intended for use by anyone interested in preparing for their future careers in the next few minutes. We're going to discuss what Google cloud is and what some student developers have been able to create with it ready. We're going to start by going back in time. Let's pretend for a moment that were in the time before cloud computing and we want to start a company to create a social networking site. You'd start by buying a server lugging it all the way home from the the store and spending hours preparing it with all the correct hardware and software so it can run your company's web app fast forward a few months and things are looking up for your company site. The users are flooding in as your organization's user base grows. You have to buy and install more and more servers. This is called scaling eventually you're doing so well that the company opens up a data center next thing, you know, your International and spending billions of dollars opening data centers all around the world. Sounds like a Work right? Here's the good news. You don't have to do any of that. Luckily. Some companies have spent years building. Some of the world's most advanced networks of data centers cloud computing is when these companies allow developers to store data and run code on their Computing infrastructure. Google is one of these companies Google has data centers all around the world that have allowed it to scale to billions of users these data centers. How's the Computing infrastructure that powers the Google products? You may be familiar with such as search. Gmail and Google photos Google Cloud gives you the access to the same technology and infrastructure the powers Google. This means the Google cloud has over 100 products and tools and categories like compute storage and machine learning and artificial intelligence that seamlessly integrate together all a click away one category is compute these products help you deploy code to the cloud. For example, we may use a compute product like appengine to deploy a social networking site another Category is storage and databases these products help restore data retrieve and query data in the cloud. For example, we may want to store data for our dog walking app the dogs names and locations in a cloud firestore database. We also have machine learning and artificial intelligence. These products allow us to leverage Google's AI Technologies for our own applications. We can build and deploy our machine learning models to AI platform or take advantage of one of the easy-to-use. Rained machine learning apis like Vision or natural language. So what is Google Cloud in a sentence Google Cloud, lets developers build and host applications and websites store data and analyze data all on Google scalable and reliable Computing infrastructure. Now, let's see what some student developers have done with Google Cloud a team of student developers called Guardian work together to help Alzheimer's patients with the GPS enabled smartwatch. The guardian team leveraged a lot of the Firebase platform for their application Firebase is Google clouds comprehensive mobile development platform. The team used Firebase authentication to easily verify app users Firebase Cloud messaging to send push notifications to different platforms and Cloud functions for Firebase to execute back-end code without having to manage a server. They also used Cloud firestore a Google Cloud database to store and sink user data a team of student developers created a service called nigga. To help people who are deaf or hard of hearing talk on the phone. They leverage Google clouds text-to-speech and speech-to-text apis to convert back and forth between Voice and text and that's it. Let's review we started by talking about what Google cloud is a platform that lets developers build and host applications and websites store data and analyze data all on Google scalable and reliable Computing infrastructure. Then we discussed some of the incredible projects that student developers were able to to build with these tools when working to learn skills for their future careers.
Upload date Jul 15 2020
White hat VS Black hat
I'm going to be talking a little bit Mount white hat and black hat SEO in order to understand the difference between those two aspects of SEO think we first need to understand a bit more about where Google is coming from. Google is primarily a search engine and they deliver search results to their end-user and it is the relevancy of those search results that that has made the King of the search engines. They're the most relevant search engine for what most people are looking for. So in order to protect this relevancy and ultimately their profits they've created a set of guidelines and these guidelines are freely available for any company or website owner out there and they just list do's and don'ts about what you can do shouldn't do on your website. These rules are just rules. They're Google's rules. They're not laws. You just know. Isn't a sentence associated with breaking one of Google's rules, but there are quite stiff penalties which can be devastating to an online business. And it is in this set of guidelines that arises the difference between whites and black hat SEO white hat SEO simply puts follows. Google's guidelines. They don't break or bend the rules. Whereas black hat. SEO techniques will break the rules or bend the rules. And as such the sort of fundamental difference between the two becomes more apparent white hat SEO is associated with little to no risk at all. If you follow the guidelines appropriately that Google has set you're not going to get any sort of peanut penalty or penalization from Google if however, you use black hat techniques you do run the risk of being penalized now penalization can take the form of being wiped from Google's index and this simply means that you No longer be able to be found within Google or at least your website won't be found in Google. This can be a devastating or fatal blow to an online marketing strategy or a company's business and can result in the loss of a lot of money generated from online resources. So really this risk is the fundamental difference that separates a white hat and black hat SEO. Now there are a number of different techniques that can be used in both quarters some more clever or more subtle than others and with regards to Black Cat. There are techniques that you can Implement that may result in the website not being caught by Google for a very long time if at all although their search engine robots are very clever at ring black hat techniques to give you an idea or an example of the difference between a white hat and black hat technique. Let's take the use of keywords on page white hat SEO will use keywords on a page to build the relevancy for that page to that keyword back at will use potentially keyword stuffing where the keyword will be used over and over and over again page. With regards to off-page activities link building for example used by many white hat SEO Consultants, you get links from other websites on the internet that essentially promote your website black hat would use Link Farms or by Links from other websites. And this is definitely against Google's guidelines. Now the pros of using white hats or black cats, I think can become a bit more apparent white hat. The pro is really a lack of risk. There aren't there is no risk involved in your website being banned from the index but the black cat has a different Pro and that is that you can get results very very quickly and depend on the industry that you're in this may be more relevant to what you're actually trying to achieve. If you're, for example, you're in an industry where people use a sort of rinse and repeat black hat technique. They create a website using the black hat to optimize it get results to make profit get banned from Google and then create another site and do the same thing all over again and this can go on forever essentially, but you're not really going to get the benefit that you get out of a long-term online marketing strategy. So the white hat is a very stable and long-term source of Generating Revenue. Whereas black hat is a very immediate way of doing that and also carries this high-risk. So there is the fundamental difference between black and white hat SEO.
Upload date Jul 15 2020
How Does Google Maps Work?
Hey, you over there. I can see you where you ask everywhere because I can just pull it up from a satellite. Hey, gang Trace here for news. There was a time when satellite imagery was conspiracy talk only available to high-level government officials are like spies, but thanks to Google Maps and Apple Maps and Bing Maps and MapQuest and the dozens of others out there. We can see satellite images every day for free then we just use them to find the nearest Thai restaurant. Usually, the process of getting them into your phone though is involved man, the first reconnaissance or spy satellites were the corona satellites launched in the 1960s they had Film cameras on board and to get that film back to Earth they objected it with a parachute and then had to go pick it up the air force would try and snag it right out of the air for the Navy would sail over once it hit the ocean these early experiments taught us how to take pictures from a moving satellite of a moving Planet while a hundred miles up. For example, the lenses on the Corona satellites rotated constantly to keep the shot steady. They even tried angling two different cameras to capture a stereo image spy satellites were so good at grabbing it. Ages without letting the Spy he knows what was up the United States and other nations continue to use them. But when Google acquired satellite imaging company keyhole in 2004, they changed the whole game now anyone could look down on the planet and make comments. They still blur sensitive areas as required by World governments, but mostly the images we're seeing are way better than the ones used in the 1960s to determine how to avoid World War 3 today. The actual satellite images are taken by companies like Tesla at Digitalglobe Earth's at SkyBox and others there then sold or licensed to governments and companies for Geology mapping urban planning shipment tracking the applications are pretty much endless. This is why some of the images on satellite maps are lower resolution than other images each company is working with different equipment. So each camera is going to get a different image a few months ago Regulators loosened restrictions on US-based digital Globe. So last week they launched the new worldview three satellites there. Highest resolution sat ever which means in a few weeks Maps could see images with resolution as high as 25 centimeters. Basically, they'll be able to see a piece of paper that you're holding but they can't read it. They want to launch Satellite with a 10-centimeter resolution. That's about the size of your phone screen. Google says the data on their maps are updated as often as possible. So they're not live yet. Some images are as new as two weeks old and non are older than 3 years, which means this new high-res 25-centimeter imagery might Peering very soon. Each mapping company is in charge of stitching the images into one giant map adding the locations of interest and keeping it pretty regularly updated but speaking of real-time data like live data that stuff is notoriously locked up. Remember the satellites are moving. The planet is moving viewers of live images can only see what the satellite is pointed at during any particular moment and moving ass at to look at say your exes driveway isn't exactly practical but a NASA program called Earth cam is letting students get access to real-time space cameras, not via spy satellites, but via a camera right on the International Space Station schools around the world are signing up students by the thousands to explore our planet using live images because there's a something about seeing this information in real-time amirite students of the Sally Ride earth am program can directly control the camera taking pictures of Earth and analyzing Human Geography geology ecology and Global change. They even learn about space operations and do Control simulations sign me up. How do you feel about satellites getting more accurate images? Are you freaked out? Are you excited to go on let loose in the comments and keep coming back for more news seven days a week? And as long as you're in a clicking mood click on the link in the description to RSVP for our next spaced out on August 27th at 4 p.m. Pacific each month Ian O Neill and I get together and hang out with experts from NASA JPL to talk space this month. It's about Europa planned robotic missions possibilities of alien life and cutting through ice millions of miles away. The way it is going to be so cool and awesome and whatever RSVP now so that you don't get lost on the way and thanks for reading this article.
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An Introduction to Academic Writing
Questions question 1 what is academic English number two? What is academic writing number three? What are the general characteristics of academic writing and number four? Why is academic writing important? Let's begin by addressing the first question. What is academic English? According to dr. Karen. Oh, well of the Cambridge University language Centre at its most basic academic English is the variety of the English language that we use to share research research refers to the process of answering a research question by creating an argument that is supported through critical analysis and the use of evidence. We use academic English to reach a wide General academic audience in an attempt to persuade them that the argument we've created to answer. Our research question is an effective one. There are two varieties of academic English spoken academic English and written academic English. Let's take a closer. Look at this second variety, when most people think of academic writing they think of thesis papers composed by graduate students. and research articles written by professional Scholars Well, these are two great examples of academic writing the concept can be applied more generally to include a much wider variety of tasks and objectives. As I mentioned in part 1 academic English is the variety of English used to convey research. So academic writing is the variety of academic English used to convey research in writing that means there are many different kinds of academic writing from literature reviews to research purrs to abstracts and lab reports while trying to compare and contrast all the many different types of academic writing as a tall order the most important thing to remember is that generally each kind of academic writing has its own rules and conventions as such it's important to identify the rules and expectations for a particular genre of writing before starting to write. I will discuss the rules and expectations for a few different genres in later articles while the characteristics of a piece of academic writing May differ depending on type. There are a few traits that are common to most academic writing first. There are focused and specific expectations when producing a piece of academic writing. Academic writing is used to answer research questions. These questions are either provided by a course instructor or developed by the writer or researcher. Good academic writing starts with focused and specific questions to be answered. Second academic writing emphasizes logical reasoning over emotional or sensory perceptions facts are more important than feelings. Writing clearly means thinking clearly and so effective academic writing demonstrates clear critical thinking and the ability to make argument Stronger by supporting them with evidence third academic writing must be clear English is both a low context and reader responsible Language by this. I mean readers will depend on what's been written and believe it is the writer's job to make his or her argument as comprehensible. As possible fourth academic writing must be coherent. This means that there are logical connections between sentences one way to do. This is to begin sentences with information that relates back to the previous sentence. It also means that paragraphs are unified around a single idea and that all the information included in a piece of writing helps to create an effective argument used to answer the research question. Finally the most effective academic writing follows a process while each writer will eventually develop his or her own unique process. There are a few steps that most people follow when producing a piece of academic writing these steps include analyzing the task this involves clarifying your purpose for writing and identifying your target audience. Number two planning your argument next you need to develop a main claim and decide how you will support this claim using evidence. Step 3 research. This is necessary in order to gather quality fact-based objective evidence that you need to create the argument. You will use to support your main claim. Number four start and engage in the writing and drafting process know good writing is done overnight. It's important to produce multiple drafts and to both edit and proofread your writing while it is important to consider things like punctuation and proper spelling it is even more important to see how well you've structured your argument and the information in your writing to do this. It's a good idea to ask for comments from peers and colleagues. Finally, there are many benefits of investing your time and energy in becoming proficient academic writer academic writing is an important skill to master for a wide variety of professional and personal reasons first. It allows writers to make individual contributions to the ongoing dialogues in their fields. It allows individuals a greater voice and ability to participate in conversations about topics important to them. Additionally by mastering the skills necessary to become an effective academic writer a person also becomes an effective researcher and critical thinker finally academic writing is a marketable skill that improves one's professional qualifications and makes one a more attractive candidate for a potential employers. So in the end we see that academic writing is about much more than just the act of writing which is itself not simply a skill but a action of skills in addition to putting your thoughts on the page effective academic writing involves critical thinking the ability to create a convincing argument and good research skills. I hope this article has helped to improve your understanding of what people mean when they talk about academic writing. If you have any questions, please feel free to bring them to us at the academic Writing Center. Thank you See you next time.
Upload date Jul 13 2020
What is Java?
In today's era the internet and smartphones have become an integral part of our Lives. We use our phones for almost all of our day-to-day tasks earlier. We used to shop at malls queue up in front of Banks and make a travel bookings at travel agencies. But now we can do all this in the comfort of our homes using smartphones. All of this is possible because of a high-level programming language called Java. Hi guys, We will tell you everything you need to know about the class. Us-based object-oriented programming language Java. Java is an object oriented programming language that is used in a distributed environment on the internet. It is a high-level language that is easy to read and understand. Java is popularly used in console graphical user interface web and mobile applications game development and also to make embedded systems apart from these Java is also used to develop software for devices. It is used not only in computers and mobiles but even in Sonic devices like televisions washing machines air conditioners and so on online forms Banking and shopping are possible because of java Java is a computer based programming language invented by James Gosling and Sun Microsystems in 1991. He had a single motor while creating the language it was write once run anywhere this meant that the court would have to be written only once but it could be used anywhere. They name this language Oak because of the okay. Tree outside Gosling's Office later. It was named to Green then to Java Coffee, which was named after the coffee from Indonesia and finally to Java in 1995. There are three editions of java. Each programmer can learn any of these additions based on the application. They want to make firstly we have Java standard edition this Edition contains code libraries like Java dot Lang Java dot util Etc. Secondly. We have Java Enterprise Edition. This Edition has a He's like JMS ejb JSP servlets Etc. And lastly. We have Java micro Edition, which is used to program Java and cell phones set of boxes handhelds. And so on Java is an object oriented programming language based on C and C++. However, it is improved and simplified to solve the errors in programming. Java files are converted to bit code format using a compiler and then executed by the Java interpreter. The whole Java code is run on the Java virtual machine which provides a runtime environment now the main Concepts in Java are its methods and classes a method is a block of code that performs a task only when it is called consider this example while watching TV you use the TV remote to change channels each button on the remote performs a different task methods in Java are the same we can have methods to add two numbers or email a person or to convert kilometers to meters a group of methods make a class. Classes are used to organize code just like how fruits vegetables and clinical products are divided into different sections in a supermarket. There are a lot of features in Java. Let's start by looking at them one by one. It has a simple syntax and is very easy to understand and learn Java language is robust. It eliminates errors that occur in the C and C++ languages. Java also has features like garbage collectors and exception handling. This makes Java Berry unique the most popular feature of java is that it is platform independent here compilation happens in bytecode and because of this Java can run on any machine it is a very secure language as it contains. No virus Java has a feature of multi-threading the feature of multi-threading helps Java do multitasking. Java is a portable language as it can run on any platform and data type sizes are set permanently. So Java program has a fixed size of the coat the Stuff. All Java is not as fast as C and C++ but provides higher performance than any other language. Now, let's see oops Concepts in Java Java has four Concepts abstraction and encapsulation inheritance and polymorphism in Java. We use objects and classes related to the real world that makes the code easier to make and understand abstraction means showing the relevant information that is needed for a task encapsulation makes the Java code secure. Data is stored within the classes and it is not easy to access the data. The next feature is inheritance as the name suggests the attributes and characteristics of one class can be inherited by another class because of this chorus take less time to create the code lastly. We have polymorphism which means using the same method for different tasks in Java. We can use the same object or variable in two different places where their tasks will differ this brings. Keep learning and stay tuned for more from Simply learn.
Upload date Jul 13 2020
Moz Vs Ahrefs Vs Samrush
Finding the right SEO tools is difficult not because there aren't any but because there are quite a few to choose from in this article. We're going to cover three of the top digital marketing tools out. There are UPS Moz and semrush. If you're looking for tools to make your SEO strategies work and then continue watching Moz features Moss has a number of tools that range from zero to six hundred dollars per month and hit just about every price point in between Moz pro has a monthly fee of $149 Moz local is $99 per month. As for the features Moss comes with tools for keyword research SEO auditing backlink research rank tracking and it also comes with a free SEO toolbar that showcases page and domain Authority Moz pros and cons. Let's take a look at some amazing pros. It supports integration with Saif the folio 50mm and Link trust offers auditing tools has a great customer support and is excellent for small to mid-sized businesses bloggers and multimedia professionals as for the cons Mazdaspeed. Features a sometimes outdated and inaccurate backlink analysis and it's too complex for beginners Eros features for $99 a month. You get site Explorer keyword Explorer and content Explorer which help you analyze search volumes social shares and other important ranking factors. It also has a rank tracker so you can keep a closer eye on your campaigns the site audit tool makes it easy to find and correct SEO issues and last you can set up alerts for the SEO metrics you wish to Monitor and use the free SEO. EO Toolbar to check a Pages or websites Authority are has pros and cons Arabs is a powerful tool extremely versatile and offers impressive tools for creating an endless supply of relevant keywords other Pros about this tool is its integration with clip folio reports and rank Ranger essential keyword tools analytics for rankings URL audits reliable rank tracking and convenient email alerts for metrics. You choose the backlink analysis tool is also accurate and up-to-date for the downside of Arabs. It comes down to Price being a bit High not in freebies in a short $7 trial period semrush features simmers comes with 28 different tools many of which are accessible for the lowest price point of 99.95 a month for instance that comes with analytics for your domain keywords and traffic which includes reports and historical data. It's also capable of tracking Who's Backlinking to your content quick SEO fixes on your website and finding top content Publishers that are buying display ads and keywords semrush pros and cons semrush is hailed as a go-to tool for organic research on the health of a website. It is a full suite of features that offer unlimited SEO potential to businesses from small to large the pros of semrush include integration with clip folio. SEO Quakes data box and tap click ease-of-use robust features and tools for social and PPC alerts for on-site errors and excellent keyword research capabilities on the downside semrush has a learning curve for advanced features some beta features that are inaccurate. Unusable at a steep price now that you know more about these three popular SEO tools. It's time to make a choice. Hopefully,
Upload date Jul 12 2020
Turning your app into a business can seem like a daunting task to date over 1 million apps have earned money through ads using Admob. Let's try to mystifying the process to serve ads in your apps start with an ad network that provides you with the best Global performance. Admob is powered by ads directly from Google ads and other third-party ad buyers on Google's ad exchange this ensures your old. He's showing high-quality ads in your apps. We support many different ad formats, including Banner interstitial, rewarded video, and Native. They serve all types of AD content including playable ads and video ads Banners are fixed size ads while interstitials are full-page ads that appear at natural transition points. If this is your first time using Admob, we recommend starting with the banner and interstitial ad formats are native format delivers ads that match the visual style of your content while still being distinguishable as adds this provides a near-seamless integrated experience in your app our awarded ad format is popular among gaming apps. It allows you to reward your users with in-app items when they watch the ad the rewarded ad format can even help give your users engaged. For longer periods to use any of these formats first start by setting up your app and Admob then create your ad unit. And specify the ad format next implement the SDK adds the provided code snippet to your app and ensure that you follow AdMob policies. You're now ready to start serving ads and earning Revenue the Admob platform offers more than just access to ad revenue from Google and third-party partners. For example, you may want to promote your new app in your existing apps. So your current users can easily discover them. This is where you might want to try out. Campaigns feature some developers use more than one ad Network to Source their ads with future called mediation is an advanced feature that includes tools and options to optimize and maximize revenue from Those ads and words. You can also seamlessly integrate with Google Analytics for Firebase a free app measurement solution that provides Insight on a panda suit and user engagement by pairing Google Analytics for Firebase data with Admob data. You can further optimize your ads and user Experience after connecting to Firebase Admob zap dashboard displays all your Revenue including in-app purchases and mediation data allowing you to fully understand how users react to the ads you show so start using Admob today and maintain a satisfying user experience in your app for more information on how AdMob can help you earn more from your apps. Check out our help center and the Google developer's documentation
Upload date Jul 11 2020
What is Binary?
It's a common theme throughout the modern world that everything in a computer's brain comes down to ones and zeros. You've most likely heard that this code of ones and zeros is what's referred to as binary and while almost everybody knows that this is somehow related to what computers do very few of us seem to understand what binary is or why computers use it if you want to know then this video is for you because it's actually a very simple concept and still quite fascinating before we get to computers. Let's talk about what binary itself is as it existed long before computers. Peter's did binary is nothing more than a system of counting to understand how it works. Let's look at two other systems of counting tally marks and the Glorious based in positional that we all know and love today. Tally marks are the simplest counting system imaginable. However, many things you have you put down that many marks easy as pie but not very efficient. Meanwhile based in positional which is what we use today uses a different symbol to represent different amounts of things with the numbers 0 through 9, we can Recognize that each symbol indicates a different amount of things if we need to represent something higher than 9 we add a digit to the left roll. That's first digit back to zero and start over. The system is very efficient compared to tally marks because each digit we add exponentially increases the amount of things we can represent because in this system, we add a new digit every ten things each digit represents an increasing power of 10. This is a number of ones we have the number of tens the number of is the number of thousands and so on now, this is probably something you already know, but it's very important to keep in mind when we talk about binary now binary works the exact same way as based in positional but instead of each digit going from 0 to 9, it goes from 0 to 1 counting upwards and binary sounds like this 0 1 10 11 100 101 110 111 and 1000 because each digit of binary has only Two values and not ten each additional digit represents an increasing power of two rather than increasing power of 10. So this is the number of ones we have. The number of twos fours 8 16 32 64 128 and so on not nearly as efficient as base 10, but exponentially more efficient than tally marks literally. So now that we know how binary Works let's talk about computers. Why did the first computer? Hers is wise and intelligent as they are waste their time with such an ineffective system of counting. Well, it's because of a physical limitation on how computers work. Everything a computer does comes down to what's known as micro transistors simple. Tiny ain't CBC little switches that can either be on or off and can be flipped on or off with a very weak electrical charge. The first goal is to get computers to count and to get them to count by using these switches we could use the tally system. Meaning the number of on switches equals the number of things we have or we could use them much more efficient system of binary. We reached which represents a digit of binary a transistors using the tally system could represent a number as large as 8 by turning all of them on with binary. We can represent a number as high as 250 V A nonce which means a 1 and then off switch means a 0 now is a good time to mention that a single transistor is what's known as a a bit which stands for binary digit a byte is 8 of these bits in a row, which means any number between 0 and 255 so finer is just a system of counting what do people mean when they explain how to spell things in binary what what they really mean is how to spell things with a ski the American Standard code for information interchange is a way to convert a computer's data which can only be a numbers and turn it into letters for humans to have an easier time to work with a ski simply a Signs a character to each value represented by a bite of binary because it bite has eight digits of binary to work with and 8 digits of binary can represent up to 255 values ASCII had 255 letters and symbols to choose from more than enough for the entire alphabet punctuation marks and other symbols. For example, the corresponding asking number for an upper case a is 65 a 65 in base 10 is equal to 1 million in one and binary. So whenever you type in an uppercase a in a word program of coding program or a scripting programmer, whatever somewhere there's a little tiny row of eight transistors arranged in the pattern of off on off off off off off on which represents 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 and binary which is interpreted as 65 and base 10, which is converted by a ski. An uppercase a you're likely starting to get a feel for the Staggering amount of transistors required to write something as simple as a Facebook status. Let alone all the different coating that your computer has to do to make the screen light up play games calculate massive values and so on. Well long before we got to the point where your phone can play three dimensional games. It became clear that numbers as high as 250 V just weren't going to cut it regardless of how many bytes we had and it was a lot even adding four fully active bites together could only get a number as high as 1022 solve this problem new computers were designed to recognize two bytes as one single number. So now instead of referencing one line of a transistors computers could reference to lines giving 16 digits worth of binary. This was a huge help because it increased the amount of representable numbers exponentially from 255 up to 65535 when you hear people talking about the difference between 8-bit and 16-bit. This is more or less it. Now. That doesn't mean that a 16-bit system is exponentially that much more powerful because your program isn't always going to be utilizing all of these numbers in each bite that it represents. It just has the option to which opens up lots of doors. Well, this could go on for ages and ages, but I want to end this particular video right here. So as not to be overwhelming and Future Leo's I will explain how computers use these numbers to decide which pixel is what color on your monitor what the different components of your computer are for and how hard drives store binary digits on a Spinning Disk rather than in transistors.
Upload date Jul 10 2020
What is computer
So let's first understand what computers are computer literally means to calculate but the modern day computers which are all pervasive in our life mean much more than calculating. In fact, if we want to give a formal definition of computer then computer is an electronic device that receives input stores or process. Has the input as per the instructions given by the user and gives an output that brings us to the input process output model of the computer here as you can see. This is the simplest workflow of computer that I have drawn for you and input is given which is processed and an output is given computer input is called Data any raw information raw facts figures are called Data. This data is processed upon by the computer how this processing is done. This processing is done as per the instruction given by the user and depending on the process that is applied and output is given let us take a small example. For example, I want to add two numbers say two plus three. So what I will input I will input the two numbers two and three and I will input the arithmetic operation that I want to do, which is Is addition what is the process that will be done by the computer addition to plus 3 will be done by the computer. And what is the output that will be given to us? It will be 5 so 2 plus 3 is equal to 5 this whole process has been done by the computer. So this brings us to the processes that can be applied to the data are of two types arithmetic and logical arithmetic and example. I have given you just now Edition. Subtraction multiplication what are logical operations if I want to compare something I give two numbers and I asked the computer to see which is greater. So I give the same two numbers two and three, but the my instruction is compared to do numbers and tell me which is greater. So it will tell me the answer is 3 so that will be a logical operation. This is the actual model of the computer the block diagram. We have an input unit here and we have an output unit here. However, the process assessing unit has three separate units the arithmetic logic unit the control unit and the memory unit. Let's see how all these basic parts of computer are functioning the input unit. It consists of the devices that are used to give data or instructions to the computer the control unit. The control unit is collaborating with all the devices and it controls the function of all the parts of the computer the arithmetic logic unit. It carries out all the arithmetic operations and logical comparisons the memory all the input data instructions output. The interim data is stored in the memory unit. And finally the output unit the devices that are used to give us output are the output unit. The memory is of two types primary memory and secondary memory. Input unit could be your keyboard or Mouse the output unit could be our printer or your monitor. These are some of the things that you should keep in mind about a computer the control unit the arithmetic logic unit. And the memory unit are together called the CPU or the central processing unit computer devices that we can touch and feel like a keyboard a monitor a mouse are called the hardware components of Computer besides the hardware component a computer also has software. What is the software set of instructions or programs that make the program run make the computer run the instructions that we are giving to the computer they form the software of the computer.
Upload date Jul 10 2020
All 50+ Adobe apps
Artists around the world used various Adobe products to create everything from the icons. You see on a website to the movies you watch in a theater. We all know about Photoshop, but can you name the rest of the Adobe products shown here to make it more confusing and each category Adobe has several products, which may seem like they do the same thing. Thus raising questions like these Adobe makes so many software that it can be quite overwhelming for even a professional to understand what each one is used for. So I made this stuff too quickly. Give you an overview of all Adobe products as I couldn't find a similar guide anywhere else not even in adobe's own website. So let's start with Adobe Photoshop, which is the software you want if you need to manipulate photos professionally, but that is pretty self-explanatory as is so famous that the word Photoshop is now considered a verb in the English language Photoshop is a versatile tool which is great for making posters advertisements wallpapers and digital artwork artists use it to draw sketch and even paint digitally photographer. Use it to enhance and retouch their photos. Meanwhile YouTubers use it to make cringey clickbait thumbnails. Then there's Adobe Illustrator, which may look pretty similar to photoshop at first glance as it is also used for Designing images, but the key difference is how they store the artwork Photoshop works with raster art, which means that all photos are stored as pixels illustrator on the other hand works with Vector art, which means that the artwork is stored as mathematical equations raster are will get pixelized when you enlarge it Beyond its resolution. However, the Gerard can be infinitely enlarged without losing any quality. The disadvantage of vector art is that it cannot be used for anything detailed like photographs. Hence. We have to separate tools for each purpose illustrators great for making icons logos posters and Graphics which can be used in other projects. Next is Adobe InDesign, which is a publishing software that excels at projects which require multi page layouts like magazines newspapers presentations and books. It is good for arranging large amount of text and photos and to nice layouts which can then be directed. Flea handed off for printing making a magazine is a tough job which require collaboration of several professionals from various Fields, including editors writers photographers and designers. So to help them collaborate, there's Adobe incopy, which is a text editor that allows writers to write the text content while designers are simultaneously working on the graphics of the same document in InDesign. This significantly improves the efficiency as several people can work on the same project at the same time. Thus making it possible for magazines to maintain their rapid schedules. Next is Adobe Lightroom, which is a photo editing software similar to photoshop. However, it is specifically designed for making minor edits, like color balance brightness or contrast of large collections of photos. It doesn't have pixel level control found in Photoshop, but that also makes it far easier to learn professional photographers use it in their workflow as a photo management system for efficiently cataloging organizing and post-processing thousands of photos. Then there's Adobe Bridge which is an easy-to-use visual media manager that allows you to organize browse and view your meat. A files but do you just say that Lightroom is for organizing media files? Yes. I did but Bridge can handle more types of files and it is more like a universal file manager which works together with all other Adobe software whereas Lightroom is specifically designed to suit a photographer's workflow. Next is Adobe Premiere Pro, which is a professional video editing tool used for making everything from YouTube videos to Blockbuster movies, you can cut edit and trim large numbers of clips and then sequentially arrange them in a layered timeline where you can add various effects to your video. You can also add text transition audio effects and much more speaking of effects Adobe. After Effects is a powerful software for creating all kinds of visual effects. It is basically the Photoshop for videos. It is commonly used for creating animations Motion Graphics and other cinematic effects if after effects is so powerful then why do I need Premiere Pro because you can only work with one video at a time and after effects as it is Designed for editing the final sequence of a video. So after you create the visual effects, you need to export it to Premiere Pro to make the final video. Now, if you want to render your video, there is Adobe Media encoder, which is the specialized software for rendering the video you have created in Premiere Pro or after effects. Typically the original file size can be huge. So it needs to be compressed and convert it to a file format and resolution which can be smoothly played in various devices, which may not have powerful processors or tons of ram next is Adobe Prelude, which is a video editing. Tool dedicated for rough cutting and organizing a large amount of videos a movie might have several hours of footage shot with different cameras. So Prelude is used to chop off unnecessary Parts sink in various shots and tag the content before it is sent to the main editing team audio is important to so there is Adobe Audition, which is a dedicated audio editing software designed to record edit and mix audio next is Adobe Flash professional, which is a software used to make simple 2D animations games and applications if you have been on the internet for a while you may I've come across some sites asking you to install Adobe Flash player to play certain games or videos. Those games were made with flash to make it more confusing. There is also a different software called Adobe Flash Builder, which is also used for making games and apps but this one is more focused in programming than animation. Then there's another software called Adobe Scout, which is just used for analyzing performance issues in the games made with flash but but isn't flesh dead due to Performance issues. Yes, I do too. Increasing popularity of better Technologies like HTML5 and bad press from basically everyone on the internet Adobe renamed flash do Adobe animate and added several new features so that you can export your animations and more formats including HTML5. Now there's a cross platform technology called Adobe Air that allows you to make apps and games within animate for several operating systems including Android and iOS. Next is Adobe character animator, which makes it possible to create 2D animations without having to animate it. In by frame, it uses the webcam to copy your facial expressions and magically make your character imitate you this saves a lot of time as you don't need to go through the pain of lip syncing your characters manually, then there's a Dobby Dimension which makes it easy for graphic designers to add 3D models in a 2D image to create photorealistic Composites of both elements. This is useful in making product models for advertisements prototyping and package design the professional software typically used for 3D modeling are extremely complex and have a steep learning. Learning curve. So the idea of adobe Dimension is to make the basic 3D modeling as simple as Photoshop speaking of 3D Adobe fuse is another tool for making 3D models. However, this one is specialized in making human models, which you can then export to photoshop or any other 3D software. It is pretty simple to use even though you can create highly customizable models by changing their physical attributes clothes textures colors Etc. Then there is Adobe XD which is a user experience and user interface protocol. Typing tool for designing apps it allows you to quickly make the mock-up of your app so that everyone can see and discuss it before developers start doing the hard work of coding it if you want to develop this user interface into a website. There was a Dobby Dreamweaver, which is a web designing software, which lets you visually make websites without having to touch the code, but it also features a powerful code editor which supports numerous programming languages thus letting you customize the design. However you like if you have ever used PDF files you might know Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is The standard piece of software for viewing Printing and signing all kinds of PDF documents. But if you want to make PDF files you need Adobe Acrobat Pro, which is used to create edit and manage PDF documents, Adobe cells all the things I mentioned till now in a bundle called Adobe Creative Cloud, which is a subscription that costs around $80 a month. And then there is a Dobby stock where you can buy stock photos videos and 3D models, but if you want good fonts, you can buy from Adobe typekit. And if you are done making your creative work, You can post it to Adobe behance, which is an online social media platform where creators around the world share their works for self-promotion. And if you want to promote your work in your own website, there is a Dobby portfolio, which can be used to make basic web sites using your photos. If you find all these too complicated and want something simple, then there is Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements, which are dumb down versions of their professional counterparts. But if you want something simpler, then there is a Dobby spark, which is a free online graphic design app that can do basic stuff like adding text to a photo or making simple videos using your photos. If you want to develop web applications, there is Adobe coldfusion, which is a programming language created over two decades ago along with its development platform, but it is steadily declining in popularity and it doesn't end there. We've only talked about desktop applications used for Creative purposes. But if you are more into marketing analytics or management, there is Adobe experience Cloud, which has its own set of sub products for everything from social media campaigns to When to show ads on TV channels and several of the software we discussed till now have their smartphone app counterparts like Adobe Photoshop Express Adobe Premiere clip Adobe Illustrator draw or Adobe Lightroom for mobile, and we're not even talking about the software Adobe makes for businesses like Adobe robohelp, which is used to create and manage large knowledge bases like the ones you find in the help page of some websites or adobe presenter used to make interactive slide shows or adobe Captivate, which is used for creating e-learning courses. Adobe frame-maker, which is used for writing large technical documents. There are also countless Adobe software which have been recently discontinued like Adobe SpeedGrade, which is a video color correction software or adobe story plus which is a screenwriting tool for movie scripts or Adobe Muse which is a website builder or adobe fireworks, which is a graphic design tool for web designers.
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Sketchup Why do you need to know SketchUp? Take a second to picture it. Maybe you're an interior designer and you want to put together a room for a client presentation. Or you're an architect and you wanna put together a house so that you can create a set of construction documents. Whatever you have in mind if you try to jump straight into doing that in SketchUp, you're making a huge mistake. If you're serious about why you're learning SketchUp in the first place, you need to take the right approach. SketchUp School is the place where professionals go when they're serious about learning SketchUp. And in this video, I am going to give you our recipe for reaching your goal in SketchUp. Plus, I'll show you five critical concepts that most self-taught SketchUp users don't take the time to learn. Many of the things I'll share might surprise you. And you definitely won't find them in any other SketchUp tutorial. Keep watching. Over the last 10 years, I've taught thousands of professionals how to use SketchUp. I've taught advanced classes like Photorealistic rendering, Creating Detailed Construction Documents, Organic Modeling, and other job-related topics. A lot of students in these classes have taught themselves SketchUp. And almost every single one of them really should have taken our Complete Intro to SketchUp class first. So why do I say that? I think it's because SketchUp feels so easy-to-use when you get started with it, that people don't take time to stop and learn the fundamentals. But without a solid foundation, SketchUp users struggle to reach their ultimate goal. I'll give you a recent example. I had a student who was a residential architect, and his goal coming in was to design things in SketchUp and then create construction documents with LayOut. SketchUp looked easy enough to learn, so he dove right and started trying to model his own house. He did pretty well for a while. Then he hit a snag trying to make the roof. He searched online for a tutorial and he found one that looked good enough. And he was able to follow the steps in the tutorial to get something pretty close to what he wanted. But as he got a little further in the project, he found himself increasingly looking for more and more tutorials. And getting stuck more and more often. Ultimately he got to a point where he decided to call the model good enough. And he admitted to himself, hey this isn't too shabby for a first go-around in SketchUp. The first time he tried to use it on a job it was a totally different story. He got stuck right away. Things had to be accurate. There were design changes to be made. And he wasn't allowed to skip over anything that he didn't know how to do. He figured he'd sign-up for our class that helps people get from SketchUp Models to Detailed Construction Documents. By the end of the first hour in class, he realized he was in over his head and he really needed to go back and re-learn SketchUp the right way. So what's the right way to learn SketchUp? Our approach is based on a five-step method that was introduced to me from a book called Peak, Secrets from the New Science of Expertise by Anders Ericcson and Robert Pool. You need to learn the right information in the right order. You need to practice what you learn by using challenges that are the right level of difficulty. And get constant feedback on where you can improve. And ideally, you're guided by an expert every step of the way. Let's take a look at how this method applies to learn SketchUp. There are eight topics that you need to learn to be able to use SketchUp on the job. Drawing and Editing Fundamentals in 2D. Drawing and Editing Fundamentals in 3D. Groups, Components, and Layers. Colors, Textures and Images, Styles, Cameras, and Views. Shadows, Shading, and Fog. Scenes and Animations. The first topic you'll need to focus on is the first one on the list, Drawing, and Editing in 2D. Let's take a look at the first five things you need to learn on this topic. Number one, start in 2D. When you first open SketchUp, it starts you off in a view that's called Iso View. This is bad, no Bueno. Trust me. It causes you to focus on the wrong things right out of the gate. By focusing on learning the fundamentals in 2D first, you'll avoid a ton of pain when it's time to model in 3D later. So let's switch your template so that you're in a Top-down view and you can work in 2D. If you're a Windows user, you'll go to the top of your menu and select the option for Windows. If you're on a Mac, you'll pick SketchUp. From there, open the Preferences window, and select the option for Template. Scroll down and pick the option for Construction Documentation, Feet, and Inches. If you're a Windows user, you'll click on the button at the bottom right to finish. Mac users, you just close the window. Your current file's template won't change. You'll need to start a new file and then you'll be in that new template. Then what? You're ready for the next step. Number two, get a three-button scroll wheel mouse. Everything in SketchUp is better with a mouse. See, it's got three buttons, one, two, and the third one is a scroll wheel. And once you have your mouse, you need to learn how to use it the right way. I'll talk about that next. Number three, learn how Geometry works in SketchUp. In SketchUp, all geometry is made up of three things, Endpoints, Edges, and Faces. And SketchUp's tools mostly help you Create, Delete, or Edit the position of those Edges, Endpoints, and Faces. Easy enough, right? We'll put it all together to learn all of the drawing tools in one go. Remember to have your three-button scroll wheel mouse and be in your 2D template. Then pick one of the drawing tools. Before you do anything else pay attention to this next part. There's a right and wrong way to use the mouse. Click and let go of your left mouse button, move your mouse, and then click and let go. With nearly every tool in SketchUp, this is the right way to use the mouse. It gives you extra functionality. Most people do this wrong. They click, hold down, drag, and let go. You don't want to do that. Trust me. Ok, so with whatever drawing tool you've chosen, let's go ahead and try to use the mouse the right way. Click, let go, move the mouse, click, let go, move the mouse. And just try every drawing tool this way. Some need two clicks, some need three clicks. Don't worry too much just yet about that, just free draw with each tool and see what happens. Notice the types of geometry each tool helps you create. Some tools are for edges. Others help you create edges and faces together. Even tools that create curves are really just creating a bunch of edges that are connected. You should practice drawing in this way until you feel pretty confident that you're using your mouse the right way, and that you've got a good sense of what each drawing tool helps you create. Number four, Understand Stickiness. Geometry in SketchUp sticks to other geometry in SketchUp. This is a good thing, You can overlap shapes and edit them to create new shapes. So try this, practice overlapping shapes, then use the Eraser tool to delete Edges that you don't need and create new shapes in the process. Or get rid of Faces, right-click with your mouse on that face and select the option for Erase. Stickiness is super-helpful for creating things quickly in SketchUp, but stickiness will hand down create the most pain you will ever endure in SketchUp. Luckily, it's easy to avoid. Number five, Group Almost Everything. For things that shouldn't get stuck, protect them from other geometry by turning them into a Group. Grouped geometry can't get stuck to anything else. By far, the biggest problem that self-taught users to run into is not learning to use groups. And by not using groups, they eventually end up with an un-editable mess. So be sure to group early and group often. Your future self with thanks you. Hey, thanks, man. No worries man. So, that's the first five things you need to know about learning to draw in 2D in SketchUp. Just by watching this video, you'll avoid a bunch of pain in the future in SketchUp. Hey, I'm back with one more thing. Are you serious about learning SketchUp? If you are, we've got a SketchUp tutorial library exclusively for professionals. It's filled with $7200 worth of SketchUp Training. Head over to our website and Try it for free Happy sketching. Thank you
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Matlab There are so many questions in our mind about MATLAB like what is MATLAB what is the use of MATLAB what are the application area of MATLAB. so let's get started first see about history of MATLAB from where all this started American mathematician and computer programmer specialized in numerical analysis named Claire molar he was one of the author of Lin tech and he spec Fortran libraries for numerical computing but the problem was that to use that shrewd help to learn Fortran a computer programming language so working at University of New Mexico as a chairman of computer science department he started developing MATLAB in late nineteen seventies to provide access of Linton and respect without learning Fortran starting from University of New Mexico it soon spread to other universities and had gained strong potential among applied mathematics community an engineer named AJ little was exposed the two met eleven during a visit of Cleo molar to Stanford University in 1983 and see commercial potential he joined molar and Stavanger founded network in 1984 to continue its development they wrote MATLAB in C so what is MATLAB nowadays in 2004 MATLAB has error around 1 million user across industry and academics metal abusers are from various background like engineering science economics so be questioned in mind of all of us that what is MATLAB MATLAB is a short form of name matrix laboratory MATLAB is a software which allows you to perform functions like matrix manipulation plotting of function and data implementation of algorithm creation of user interface and interfacing with programs written in other languages like C C++ Java Fortran and Python it is also used by researchers and practitioners in control engineering as well as it allows you image processing and lot more oh if we see use of MATLAB by application areas then it is used in applications like embedded system data analytics robotics wireless communications computational finance image processing and computer vision and lot more if we see MATLAB by industries then MATLAB is used in industries like automotive biotech electronics Electrical Engineering financial services semiconductors software's and Internet aerospace and defense communication railway system a lot more from this presentation we will start our MATLAB sowhat MATLAB is MATLAB is a high-level language which has so many toolboxes which makes our task easier so what do you actually mean by a high-level language if you know the languages like C you might have heard this thing high-level language but if you don't then I will give one example which makes it clear let's suppose you are driving a car and while driving the car you are just controlling this steering the exploiter and the gears and you don't have to worry about the things that is going inside your engine so you are doing something at a high level ok similarly in a high-level language whatever is going inside the compiler you don't have to do anything with that for example when you write code in MATLAB and once you press Enter or run it you are having your output what MATLAB did to execute this thing you don't have to do anything with that so in the same way we can say that the MATLAB is a high-level language so let's move to its name the MATLAB from where it came so ma T is derived from the matrix ma t RI X matrix and the L a B part is from the laboratory so actually it is the matrix laboratory and from that we are having the short form of the name MATLAB it is a software package for numerical computation and visualization this is the important part in the MATLAB you can do the numerical computation of anything and and you can also visualize the output in the figure window for example if you are having a function y equal to sine PI by 4 then you can see the function in the figure window as well as you can have the value of the function in the MATLAB so this both task is completed by the same software which is your MATLAB the third point is it has hundreds of built-in function and this building function helped us to compute the linear algebra data analysis signal processing optimization and ordinary differential equations and there are so many other tasks or fields of study that can be done by using this hundreds of function the fourth point is we can plot 2d and 3d graphs and along with these 2d and 3d graphs you can also do the animations sometime it is required to write our own function for a particular task that is not already built in functions and once you are done with your function the writing part you can save it you can save it and once the saving is done you can use it as one of the built-in function in the MATLAB so this is really really good thing for the programmers the next part is it is having several toolboxes these toolboxes I defined at the beginning of this lecture that this toolboxes are meant to make our tasks way easier so what are the toolboxes available and what actually the toolbox is so let me first define the toolbox what it is actually so the toolbox is the collection of functions written for spatial applications for example the control system design the aesthetics the neural network etc so the toolbox is the collection of function you can say and the number of toolboxes are increasing ok which time the number of toolbox increasing as the time increases the number of toolbox increases let's say if you are having 40 toolbox in the 2008 version of MATLAB and if you are using the 2010 version of MATLAB maybe you are having 50 toolboxes so they are increasing number of dual boxes for better user experience and also to enhance the software okay this is done by the developers the last point we will see is the basic building block of MATLAB is matrix that's why it is having the name matrix laboratory and also the fundamental data type of the MATLAB is air a okay and that is written as if a is your array it is something like this and the element let's say one so it is the array in the MATLAB and if you are writing a vector then it is something like one two three it is a vector a row vector similarly you can have the column vector and remember this vector is a special case of the array similarly the matrix is also the special case of the array so this is a quick introduction about the MATLAB and there is one graph that I made already to just wind these things up in a single shot if you want to remember these all things that I explained you you can remember this this is the MATLAB and this whole part from here to here is your functions the large number of functions in which there is a small part this one which is your user or return function that I explained you you can save this function and you can use it one of the built-in function and this function is used to have our graphs 2d 3d animations and also you can have audio and video and the computation of linear algebra analysis ordinary differential equations etc etc there is one more important thing that I forgot to explain use that if you want to do your coding in the C or Java write your coding in C or Java you can interface the MATLAB with them okay and you can do that within the MATLAB so this is one good function of the MATLAB and the last thing is the toolboxes I have already explained what the toolboxes and what are the different functions that it performs so these are some example of that there are so many other toolboxes more than 50 60 maybe it changes with time so this is all for this presentation and in the next presentation what we are going to do is to do a quick review and also we will try to understand basic things in this thing that is your MATLAB okay so here it is command window the workspace we will see everything what are they and what are their functions and we will try to write a simple code to just begin this Thank you
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Flutter Hello what's up guys today we are talking about Flutter. All right so the first thing that I want to talk about is what exactly is Sutter and to be able to answer this question we first have to put ourselves into the mind of a mobile app developer so here's one this is Bob and he's an iOS developer now Bob made this really cool app where instead of matching with other people you get to match with foods and you get to figure out what food you most want to eat and it's a super popular app everybody loves it but there's just one problem it's only on iOS so every other day he gets a question of when's it coming to Android when is it coming to Android when is it coming to Android and at some point he finally has had enough and he's decides to go and buy loads and loads of books study Java study Android development and finally he's able to have both of these buttons on his website get it on Google play and download on the App Store so he now has the same app on the Google Play and the App Store now this is great for the users but for Bob it means that when he has any updates that he wants to make to the app or any bug fixes he has to push those both to the Play Store as well as the App Store so two places now instead of one and he has to maintain two code bases so that's a lot of work down the line it's basically double the amount of work that he used to have but that's not all because he gets complaints from users saying that hey um in your app some of the layouts look really weird it doesn't look right like why is this button like twice the size of everything else what is wrong with your app now this is because not only does he have to support a huge array of different screen sizes and aspect ratios for the iOS ecosystem the iPads the iPhones the older iPhones but he also now has a whole bunch of Android devices and because Android device as can be made by literally anybody the number of different screen sizes is just massive and it's really hard to keep on top of what are all of the different screen sizes in order to be able to design your app to look good on all of them now here's where flutter comes in the guys at flutter had this question more and more so we're seeing screens everywhere the screens on fridges there's screens at the bus stop there's screens in your mirror and they're all different aspect ratios and different screen sizes so why can't we create something that can intelligently and easily allow developers to design beautiful interfaces for all of these different types of screens and this is exactly what flutter is it's simply a toolkit that makes it easy for developers to design beautiful interfaces for all sorts of screen sizes and devices and it comes with a whole bunch of pre-built widgets that make it easy to layout your app so straightforward things such as laying out your app with rows or with columns or stacks and it borrows some of the concepts from web design where you can have things that are centered or have padding's and margins and what if you could use this system to design and develop for almost any device because all that flutter does is it asks for a blank window on the device so be it on Android or iOS or web or desktop all it's asking for is just a simple blank window and what flutter will do is it will draw onto that blank window whatever it is that needs to be rendered and whatever animations or interactions or changes it's all painted on by flutter so this means that instead of having to make iOS apps the Apple way and make Android apps the Android way you can simply use a whole bunch of pre-built widgets from flutter such as a floating action button or a linear progress indicator and you can simply put these into your app no matter which platform you're working on and they've even design widgets that look the part for each platform so for example the alerts might look like this on your Android app but you can also specify that if your app is being run on iOS then they should look like this making your app look like it was created in a native way this is how flutter works you get access to a whole bunch of widgets so you can see these widgets as Lego blocks almost and by plugging them together and customizing it you end up with your beautiful app that can be deployed almost anywhere let's take a look at how easy it can be working with widgets in real life I've created a blank app and I'm gonna go ahead and add an app bar and this is a pre-built widget which is built by flutter and as soon as I hit save my app bar gets painted onto the screen so I don't like it in blue so let's customize it to change it to red so now I add a colors widget and I change the color so now let's add a text widget that adds a title to the app bar and just like Lego I've plugged together all my widgets and I've managed to build my app bar in a matter of seconds and there's loads of different widgets that are pre-built for example if you wanted a floating action button then we just create that widget and we can customize it by changing its properties such as the background color or what should go inside it piece by piece widget by widgets I can build up my app and customize it to my liking very few lines of code now what if I wanted some functionality well I can simply create a variable to keep track of say the number of donuts that I've eaten in a day and I can change my text field to embed that number variable in there and then all that happens is when the user presses on the read button then it will increase the number of donuts that I've eaten and flutter makes it incredibly easy to build a beautiful interface for our app using these widgets as well as allowing us to customize the widgets to our liking and finally building functionality on top of those widgets is also as simple as updating a number of variables and that we're gonna dive into so now that I've created my donut counter app the best part is I can now deploy that code to all sorts of different devices and platforms without having to rewrite the code or learn a new technology a new skill or a new programming language. 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Autocad Hey guys I'm back with another knowleadge today what is AutoCAD so let's get starte. So what is AutoCAD AutoCAD is a computer-aided software traffic program it is used for number of applications by creating blueprints for buildings bridges and computer chips to name a few AutoCAD is 2d and 3d auto component aided drafting software application it is commercial software since 1982 it was desktop applications in 2010 it was available as a mobile web and cloud-based app and known as AutoCAD 360 so let's move to our next question it's a question is who developed AutoCAD or who created or again AutoCAD is a commercial computer aided design software which was developed and marketed by Autodesk AutoCAD was first released in December 1982 as a desktop app running on microcomputers with internal graphics controller before AutoCAD was introduced most commercial CAD programs ran on mainframe computers or many computers since then AutoCAD has released up to 22 versions of its software so the next question is where is the software application used of there is AutoCAD use so let's see the applications one by one Otto K is an architectural planning tool it comes with an user interface with built-in design layouts the layouts contain numerous templates specially designed for architectural planning and building construction the second application of AutoCAD is used as engineering graphing tool you can use out the cab to draw accurate 2d drawings or any engineering domain and also use AutoCAD to render to 3d models to help in visualization of the end product the third application of AutoCAD is using AutoCAD as a graphic design tool AutoCAD is initiated features that enable users to plan and map out spaces and take advantage of the space available it can be used as simultaneously with 3d max and various other application software including animation tools the third application of AutoCAD is using AutoCAD as a threading braining GUI a 3d print has its own advantages for designers and this is where AutoCAD helps them it ensures file compatibility so that design can be exported to various preferred formats the fifth application of AutoCAD is using AutoCAD as an industrial design tool AutoCAD helps to reduce manufacturing cost and it saves time and efforts required for manual designing the sixth and final application of AutoCAD is in using it in fashion industry AutoCAD has the tools necessary for planning intricate design for manufacture of jewelry toys and other delicate objects now let's see some of the features of AutoCAD the first features is storage and accessibility AutoCAD files can be saved on computer or archived in any storage media such as cloud computing the second feature is 3d view AutoCAD helps model 3d objects with the colors materials and textures the third feature is revisions and modifications CAD has inbuilt tools that allow any number of revisions and changes easily and quickly you can edit delete details easily using simple user friendly commands the bootys speed creating drawing in AutoCAD is faster than drawing manually you can also save time and effort by creating reusable block library easy edits are possible that commands like copy mirror sketching stretching scale etc and the final feature is accuracy AutoCAD enables you to draw with fractional dimensional and also define precision to any number of decimal places which is not possible to achieve in hand drafted manual drawing has offering accuracy in all dimensions now let's see some of the advantages of AutoCAD so these are some of the advantages the first is reduced storage space if you are using the drawings and designs from the material library again and again you are just saving your space and second least Corrections can be made easily you can just correct your mistakes and pressing undo button you can just go back all you can use edit option the third is the repetitive parts of the coins can be saved and imported from the CAD library you can import the parts which are saved in your computer and you can just call it the both is designs can be realistic by using my library material library gives your drawing your component of great look from it is used from AutoCAD the fifth one is CAD can be used to create some simulated environments to show to the client it gives you an attractive look the components from the as I said earlier from a multi library you can import the materials and you can give an interesting look to your component AutoCAD software orphans the professional look it has flexibility in design changes it has auto specification check feature it has reduced design time gap it offers easy reuse of the designs the costly mistakes in the design or the production can be avoided using this feature and you can modify the existing ideas that saves your time [Music] another advantage happened mention it in this slide ease or CAD software reduces the manufacturing time the documentation can be printed in various forms of multiple users it presents easy of ease of document reproduction and cloning and if offers the visualisation of the complex technical elements one of the advantages is that AutoCAD software helps the designer to automatically check if the design is within the specification it enables the clients to view the design at an earlier stage now let's see some of the disadvantages of AutoCAD software so these are some of the disadvantages of AutoCAD the first and most important disadvantage is is that the AutoCAD software it is quite expensive there are free software packages too the people need to be trained how to use the software that also adds the cost and it requires a PC the second disadvantage of AutoCAD is that we have to retrain our staff if any new update comes then we have to return our staff according to the new commands and according to the new interface the third disadvantages is that the computer make it crash and all your drawings may get lost this happens when the virus strikes your computer the fourth disadvantage of AutoCAD is that we have to update the software we have to update the software according to the company if the company launches any newcomers or new features into AutoCAD software so we have to update it and we have to retain our staff according to those commands and we have to learn it again and again so this is one of the biggest disadvantages of AutoCAD so these were some of the advantages and disadvantages. 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Android application Choosing the right tools for your app development is more important than ever. And as the Android platform matured, so have our needs as developers. Making great apps is so much easier when you have a rich and complete dev environment. And this was the driving decision behind the creation of Android Studio. Why you should be using this powerful new tool. Android Studio is Google's official IDE for Android development. We've combined a robust code editor with an entirely new build system based on Gradle. Let's talk about the editor first. The Getting Started experience is crucial for every app developer. So in Android Studio, we focus on making it easy to create new projects, as well as adding modules to support Android TV, Android Wear, Glass, and even the Google Cloud backend. All you need this to use one of the provided wizards, and the selected modules will be added to your project, along with code templates that let you dive into coding quickly. For those of you coming from Eclipse, we've included a tool that lets you import legacy projects. Not only will it create a new Gradle build configuration for your app and fix your project structure behind the scenes, it also identifies commonly used libraries and brings them in as dependencies, eliminating the horrible process of moving folders manually and getting your build to work. If you just want to check out our samples, there's now a one-click solution to import them directly from Google's repository on GitHub into a ready-to-build and run project. One of my personal favorites when working with Android Studio is the new Project View. It offers a flattened representation of your project structure, giving quick access to code, resources, and build files. In fact, Android Studio will now only list each resource once, regardless of which configurations like density or screen size are included in your project. You can always expand the resource node and check out all its versions. When it comes to getting things done and writing code, Android Studio helps you to stay productive, while at the same time making sure that you write clean and error-free code. Apart from the usual helpers you would expect from your IDE, like code completion and access to documentation, we've added powerful new code inspections and refactorings, targeting performance and compatibility. You can now easily extract strings into resources, or even add right to left support to all your layouts with one click. To make sure you never again press the wrong resource type to a method, add one of these annotations to its parameters. Many of the framework methods are annotated as well, so Android Studio will show an error if it encounters, for example, an RGB value where a color resource is expected. Android Studio supports your development flow, which includes working with both Java and XML files. It's easy to switch between your classes and relevant resources by clicking this icon, or Control clicking any part of the resource name in your code. You even got handy previews of bitmaps right there in the Editor window. To get a quick look at what your resource looks like for different configurations, or explore theme attributes in the Layout Editor, use the Quick Documentation View. You can access it by pressing Control Q or F1, depending on your settings. For editing layouts, there is the choice of using the visual design editor, where you can drag and drop views on to the Canvas and manipulate their properties. Or if you prefer, you can seamlessly switch to editing XML files directly and see the preview update in real time. Android Studio will alert you whenever you forget to set the required attribute on your views, such as layout width or height, and can even identify common performance problems. If you want to see how your layouts behave on different screen sizes, or if your translated strings fit correctly in other locales, you can switch to multi-preview mode. This will show your layout simultaneously, side-by-side on multiple device configurations. You can even look at how your custom themes and styles behave across Android versions, which I have to say is pretty useful when you're targeting older devices. Oh, and by the way, if you are thinking of localizing your app, just use the brand new translation editor that we've created to streamline this task. As always, our Android tools are being built in the open. You can follow the progress and get more information at tools.android.com. If you haven't already done so, download Android Studio from the Android developer site. Also, be sure to follow our Google + page, and join the Android Tools community for updates about new features and releases. Thank you
Upload date Jun 30 2020
HOSTING Aaj hum is article me baat karne waalay hain ke hosting kia hothi he. Aap ne suna hoga market me kaafi tarhaan ki hosting available he jese shade hosting vps hosting dedicated hosting resaler hosting or gues kaafi tarhaan ki hosting available he. Doston aaj is article me bata ne wala hun in sub hi hosting me kia kia difference he or gues kon ci hosting aap ko choose kar ni chahiye taa k gues aap ki web site ki speed slow na ho or doston aap ki web site ki speed slow na ho bhi jaathi he to us se aap kese bara brb kr skthay hain Or Jo Aap Ko Url Use Kar Na He Wo Use Karna He Article Log Kia Krthe Apni Web Site Pe to aap ko konci hosting use karn ni chahiye or hosting ke hawalay se bohot s site hain jo achi hosting de ti he jese go daddy or bhi bohot hain is jesi site haan hosting Kr Sakthay Hain To Is Har Ek Ko Pata He Ke Sub Ko Life Me Kuch Naa Kuch Banna He Mera Aap Article Ko Ek Aap Zaroor Read Kariye Ga. Sub Se Phele Aap Ko Kia Krna He Sub Pehel Normally Aap to phir ment Ke Link Ko Kese Promote Kr K Kese Kamal Ki Earningg Kr Sakthay Hain Or Is Article is hosting me sub kuch hosting milay or in Phele hosting Apna Iqlaak Acha Karo Qun Ke Agr Apne Customers Kese Baat Karni Ye hosting k alag alag prize hothi he aap chk kr liye ga e Bata Skthay Hain Mujhe Padr Ne Ke Liye Bohot Acha Feel Hoga Lekin Aap hosting chack kr liye ga to aap ne ye pura read kar nA he! THANKYOU
Upload date May 30 2020
BACKLINKS Doston aaj me aap sub se baat krne wala hun ke backlinks kese bana sakhthay hain. Agar aap ko nahi pata ke back links ko kese banai jaa ta he. Agar aap ko nahi pata ke back links ko kese banai ya ja ta he apni site ya article ko rank kara ne ke liye to ye article pura read kariye ga doston sub se pehel aap ko ye bata ke website par back links ba na kaafi assan he magar back links ko properly bana na or apni site par taa ke article ke key word properly google me ya bing me ya ksi bhi search engine me rank hojai or thorda taf ho ta he log kia kar the hain. Wo normaly apni web sit par aa te hain or wo daal te hain 10 se 15 article or wo uskay baad lag jaa te hain back links bana ne me aap ko ye gal ti nahi kar ni alredy saaray free tools or kaafi saara pay tools market me availeble he jin ko use kar ke aap apni web site pr um limited back links bana skhatahy hian wo dekay back links bana se pehel apko kia karna he to ye sub kar na bht de haan se karna back koionks q un kaam kaharba bhi ho saktha he samjh re hain aao kia kar na he aap ko directly apni website pe jaakay back links bana he or phir us utah kay wahi jan he to is ka mtlb aap kuch nahi kar na pardy ga agr karo to magr ye ke is me shuru nahi kar na sub se aap ko karni oardy proper key word researching me aapko ek exmple de ke bata ta hn suppoes aapki aap kay game or wah n par keyword lkena char re is key word ko to peroer karana chay re ho aap ko isi key word backlink do follow guset post web to point drientclu sub mission or jo aap ko url use kar na he wo use karna he article log kia krthe apni web site pe home page pe jaakay back links bana te hian aapko koi galthi nahi karni he no tention apki web site rank hojai ga or wo daal te hain 10 se 15 article or wo uskay baad lag jaa te hain back links bana ne me aap ko ye gal t utah kay wahi jan r jo aap ko url use kar na he wo usbana ne me aap ko ye gal ti nahi kar ni alredy saaray free tools or kaafi saara pay tools market me availeble he jin ko use kar ke aap apni hain. Wo normaly apni web sit researching but apa ke article apni website pe likhay we hain properly google kabhi bhi ranknahi hoga mesure gaues agar aap back links bana re he to or aapko bana ne hain do follow backlinks or is article me bataounga pura k ap kese kar saktha hain jin ko use kar k jese me apni site par back links bana ta hun to gues agay chk te hain doston jese aap sub ne parda sub phele chlo article ki taraf to me apne parsonal methods ba te ne wala hun to sub se phele bat kr te hain free method ki free method jo sub se pheli chez aathi he wo commenting yaani ki aap do follow ki website par jaa kr aap apn site ka link de skhtahu hian or aap ko wahn se mil jai directly 1 do follow back link to cooment kese kia jata he wo achay se maalo hoga aap sabhi ko he or phir us utah kay wahi agar aap back links bana re to aap ne ye sub achay se article read krliya hoga. THANKYOU!
Upload date May 23 2020
BLOCK COMMENT Friends aap ke liye ek baar phir ek naya topic lay hain. Or aj me aap sabhi se baat kr ne waala hun ke block comment ke link ko kese promote kr k kese kamal ki earningg kr sakthay hain or is article me aap ko block comment k baare sub kuch bata ne wala hun kese use kar the hain or kese ki jaa thi he. Agay chal te hain to doston aap ki link ko kese promote kar sakthay hain. to doston me aap ko bata ta chal ta hun ke he kia As you can see, you can use triple-quoted strings to create something that resembles a multiline commentif you’d like to define a block comment inside a function with this technique you have to do it like this haan to me bata ra ha tha k essi links hothi hain However, be careful where you place these “comments” in the code. If the string follows right aap ne samjh liya hoga after a function signature, a class definition, or at the start of a module, it turns into a docstring which has a different meaning altogether kese block comment krte hain or The Interest To Be A Part Of It What Are The Requirements To Become A Data Entry Professional And What Should You Do To Get Started As A Complete Beginner No aap ne to ekha hi hoga ke But there you have it—in some cases using ent Well Development Is The Process Of Creating All Those Amazing Apps Programs Games That You Use In Your Daily Life It Is A Software Program Like Facebook Or QuickBooks You're Doing Your Finances In Or Angry Birds On Your Phone All Of Those Things Had To Be Developed And They're Developed By Folks K triple-quoted strings to make a comment block might be the right choice. Personally I’ll try to avoid them in production-ready code, but I occasionally use them when I’m working on a source file to jot down notes or to make little ad-hoc to-do lists block commentLike I said earlier,phir agay chl the hian the only way to get “true” multi-line comments in Python that get ignored by the parser is to use multiple single-line comments to doston is block comment aap ko ye karna he ke sub se phele. A comment is removed by the parser, whereas a docstring ends galat links to nahi bana re or respons na de up in the bytecode and is associated with the documented object. It can even be accessed programmatically at runtime or haan aap ko baday dehaan se karna he ke aap kahin All programs should be commented in such a manner as to easily describe aap sub achay hi samjh gaya honga or agay ye krna he tume us jaga jaa kr the purpose of the code and any algorithms used to accomplish the purpose. A user should be able to utilizenahi hoga or aap ko padr kr acha hi laga hoga or aap kay bohot kaam aya hoga essional With No Skills Or Without Having Previous Experience As The Tak Insaan Ko Hasil Krna Chahiye Ye Me Bataounga Is Article Me K Ek Aam Insaan Ko Study Haasil Krna Qun Zaroori He Apni Zindagi Me To Ye Article Pura Read Krna The comment character in Matlab is . Everything from haan yahi hoga is drh the % to the end of that line of the program is considered a commentAs Matlab only has single line comments, to mark an entire region as a comment (called a block comment) use the single line comment over and over to aap dekhiuye ga again Primarily, a single "block" comment should be placed at haan phir mene ye kara ke the top of the function block comment edhr yahi hoga (or file) and describe the purpose the code and any algorithms used to accomplish the goal. so agay chl te hian In-line comments should be used sparingly, only where the block comment code is not to aap ne sub dekh hi liya hoga You should add "in-line" comments wherever you think a little bit of English explanation would be useful to either yourself or block comment someone else (like a TA) who is going to read your code. Such in-line block comments should be used whenever the code is not or haan aap ko baday dehaan se karna he ke aap kahin All programs Self documenting code uses well chosen variable names (and function names) to make the code read as close to English as possible so aapne sub achay read krliya hoga ye article. THANK YOU
Upload date May 22 2020
CLICKBANK Friends aap ke liye ek baar phir ek naya topic lay hain. Or aj me aap sabhi se baat kr ne waala hun ke click bank ke products ko kese promote kr k kese kamal ki earningg kr sakthay hain or is article me aap ko click bank k baare sub kuch bata ne wala hun kese use kar the hain or kese earning ki jaa thi he. Agay chal te hain to doston aap clickbank ke products ko kese promote kar sakthay hain. to doston me aap ko bata ta chal ta hun ke he kia clickbank ka ek affiliat program he jahn kaa fi saa ray products avalaible hain aap un me se kisi bhi product ko sale out kar sakhthay hain. To aapko wahn pr mil thi he direct commission to aap directly commission ke through earning kar sakthay hain to aap ki earning I gi sub se phele clickbank ke account me jo minimium pay out he kamas kam clickbank par he 50$ jessi aap ke clickbank me 50$ hoja the hain to transfer kara sakthay hain or directly papal account par. Dekhiye kaafi saaray methods market me availeble hain kuch paids kuch filiyaan clickbank ke product ko kaafi tareekay se promot kar sakthay hain jese kay big advertisement facebood advertisement or bhi kaafi saaray pay tools hain jese ke aap trafic bhej ke aap apne products ko promot kar sakthay hain. Aap email ke zariye aap ap ne product ko promot kar sakthay hain is article me aap ko bata ne waala hun ke aap kisi bhi website ke zariye clickbank ke product ko kese promot kar sakthay hain . To doston sub se phele aap ko clickbank par product salect kr na padr ta he konsa product ko aap promot kar na cha re hain or uskay baad uskay liye aap ko ek proper website bana ni padr ti he website par proper seo kar na padr ta he proper aap ko backlinks bana ni padr thi he taa kay wo google me bing me ya phir wo kisi bhi search engine me properly rank hojai or jo aap ko traffic mila he aap ki website par wo mile 100% organic 100% unique or is me hoga kia is me aap ko kuch advertisement nahi chali aap ka daily bases par traffic aatha rahe ga aap ki automaticaly sale hothay rahe gy. To ye saari chezyn me aap ko bilkul detail me bata ra hun uskay liye or agay chl teh hain. To doston jese aap ko pata he sub se pehel directly article ki taraf aap sabhi k liye mene proper article lika he ye or website ke zariye clickbank ke product ko kese promot kr sakthay hain to is article ko ek aap zaroor read kariye ga. Sub se phele aap ko kia krna he sub pehel normally aap clickbank pe par jaiyn or login karyn apni gmail id par password se to jese heee aap ap ne clickbank ke account me aathay hain or sub se phele chez jo aap ko karni he wo he chose karna he product jo kay ap promote kr na chathe hain. ussay chose kar ne ke liye normally to aap dekhiye ga left hand sight par kaa fi saa ri categories hain to aap apne hisaab se acording category chose kr sakhthay hain. to aap de khiye ga kaafi saaray products ke related agya hain cooking food or vin se aap dekh sakhthay hain phela product he aap us say promot karyn gay jo aap ki commission banai gi wo ho gi 11.72$ pr sale or aap ko ek chez dai haa me reakh ni he ke jo gravity he wo zada ho ni chaiye yaa ni ke 100 se zada aap gravity leyn qun ke aap ko website par promot kar na he. Website par aap ko proper SEO kar na he to gravities jit ni zada hogi product ke uth zada acha he aap ke to aap dekhiye ga iskay eelawa uudar kaafi products avalaible hongay or ek chez jo me yahan mention kar na chahunga wo rackering billing aap dhekna ke logo wahn par availlable hoga or first waalay product ki taraf aap dekhay gyn to wahn par koi bhi us tarhaan ka logo available nahi he is logo ka matlab he rackering billing. Agar aap is product promot karyn gay jo aap ki commission banaigi jo hogi 17.17$ nahi hogi hamesha jis bhi product par rackering billing ka logo ho ta jo or jo us par commission ho thi he hamesha kam ho thi he to starting me prepare karunga k un products ko promot karyn jin me rackering billing logo nahi he. THANKYOU!
Upload date May 18 2020
START ONLINE BUSINESS
START A ONLINES BUSINESS Doston sub puchthay hain kese start karyn apna khud ka online business so aab ye problum nahi hogai aaj me isi topic pr baat karunga ke online business kaise start karyn doston sub se phele aap apne aap ko ready kr lyn har chanllenge ka saamna karne k liye qun ke qun ke har business me chotay brday chellenge aa te rehthay hain doston sub se phele ye dekha jaatha he ke jo aap business start kr re ho us kay baaray me aap ko kitna experiance he. ek jo mera apna personal experianse kia he is ko le ke to aaj me yahi baat kar ne jara hun ke mene kese apni business ki shuruaad ki or kese aagay bardaya haan to doston jab mene business ki shuru kia to mujhe online selling ke baare me bilkul bhi pata nahi ta assal me mera computer or tecnology interest thorda bohot ta to is ke hisab se ek mene dukaan kholi ti or us me computer parts or bhi kuch saman uska rakha ta or limites invest ke saath mene apne busniess ko shuru kia ta or zada stock wagera nahi rakha ta me ne har chez ka ek do piesce la ke rakha ta us hesaab se me ne jo apni dukaan me saman dala ta jese hota he ke koi business start kr re ho thay hyn to dil me bohot saari expection ho thi he maslan hum business karyn gy to essa munafa milay ga hum essay agay barday gy or essay hi hum dusri branch kholayn. doston essay bohot se khayalat aa te hain jab aap ek naya business khol te hain to or haan jb busniess aap chalyn to ye bilkul nahi sochiye giye ke busniess me srif o srif munafa hi ho ta essay bilkul bhi ap na mind rakh qun k business me munfa or nuksaan dono ho ta he or ye har busniess ki khani he sub se phele to aap apni business ompany ya dukaan us ka naam soch lo acha sa or doston zada khosish karo k apne busniess ki aap zada se zada mashoori karo or aap sub se phele apna iqlaak acha karo qun ke agr apne customers kese baat karni ye boht zarori he sikh na to acha doston uskay ap apna ek fb page bana lo or roz apny business ke hawale se yaha apne chezon k hisaab se post karo or is se ap ke busniess ko growth honay me bohot kum sammay lagay ga to aagay chl te hain to iskay liye agy jo kr na he apne online business ka advertisement karo har jaga pr or logo ko attect krwa na he zada se zada unko laa sakhay jesay google pr apne business ko list kardo ya youtube pe channel pr list krdia ya fb pr group me daal diya or uspr apne advertisement krdo to jb aap ap ne products ko dalo ge to aapko kahin logo emails or calls anay lagyn gi ke bahi hume ye chez laa ke do ya computer parts chaiye doston ap kuch bhi le lo jo ap ka busniess ho acha to agya chle te hian or aap apna zada se zada asan tarika banao order kr ne ka issay ap ke costomers ko mushkil naa ho! THANK YOU!
Upload date May 16 2020
ENGLISH (IMPORTANT) Aaj hum bohot hi kamal ke topic par discuss kr ne waly hain. Wese ye question har kisi ke man me ho ta he wo ye he ke kia english aani zaroori. Ya phir hume english nahi aa thi to kia hum is feild me agay jaa skthay hain. English itni qun zaroori he ye sub saari chezayn karne ke liye so aaj isi topic pr article me discuss karyn gy qun ke bohot saaray logo ne mera opinion pucha tha k english ke baray me aapka kia khaiyaal he aap ko kia lag tha he. ke english aani chaiye ya nahi aani chahiye or english ke baaray me aap thorda sa guidence kr de to bht acha hoga aisa sub puch thay hain .To agay chal the is question se ke enlglish aani qun zaroori he. British study centre BAC ke report ke anusaar duniya me sub se zada bolay waali jany english baaki zabaano ke mukablay easy language chahe is liye qun ke is me maathray nahi he hothi. English ka is thi maal lakh bhag har jaga me hotha hum log dekhthay computer me he TV pr he mobile pr he shayad hi essi koi feild hogi jahn pr english hume nazar nahi aathi ke ye almost har jaga zada use honay waali language he. Is duniya ke saaray log ek dusre se achay se communicate kr sakhay is liye saari duniya me issay anno mathi milgai or ye duniya ki language ban gai cool mila ke essay 53 desh hain jino ne english zabaan ko apni official language maan lia he. or aap ko bata tha chalun 86 million log essay hain jin ki english secong language 39 million log essay hain jin ki english third language he or 0.01 percent se bhi kum log jis ki english first language he or ye sub kuch me nahi khe ta ye research ke thi he aap jaa kr padr sakthay hain phins. duniya ki langauge he ye isthimaal hothi he is ke kahi saray faiday hain so agr aap ko agr alag alag fields ki information easily haasil krni he or bohot saaray opportunities agr aap ko chaiye. to aapko english shikni parday gi. Dusri bat ye he ke kahi saaray log ye sawal kr te hain ke hume english nahi aathi to kia hum is feild me carryyer kr sakthay hain wese ye question almost almost har feild ko suit kr ta he srif esay nahi k graphic design se releted har feild ko suit kr tha he ye wese bohot saaray logo ke man me ho thi he ke mere pass telent he me hardwork kr saktha hun me bohot kuch kr sakthay hun but mujhe english nahi aa ti or essay ahr kisi ko lag ta he ke english annay ki wajah se wo kahin na kahi thorda sa pichay he so friends ye situation qun banni he to chaliye khool kr baat kr the hain topic par jo log english naa anay ke bawajood english aanay ka dhong kr te hain uska ka kuch nhi hoga. Doston aj kal har insaan par english ka pressure ho ta he uth na hi shayad kisi or language ka kia jaa ta ho. Har jaga pr english child ko achay school me admission dila na he to english sikho chotay bacho ka interview english me agr tarak ki kar ni he english sikho job achi chahiye english sikho busniess me agay badr na english sikho exam pass agay hain english sikho job me bardy post chaoye english sikho kia he yrr kis ne kaha ke ye saari chezayn anay ke liye english aani zaroori he jo kuch bhi researc or study availeble he agar google pr he english se related us me ye likha gaya he ke english ke faiday kia hain english anay ki wahaj se kia kia ap ko opportunities mil sakthi ac kuch information available he. le kin ye kahin pr bhi likha gaya nahi he ke ye ssari chezayn kr ne ke liye english aani comple sari he kahin par bhi nahi likha wa he agr aapko mil jai to aap mujhe bata skthay hain mujhe padr ne ke liye bohot acha feel hoga lekin aap ne kabhi socha he ke essay qun hora he ye isliye ho ra he ke kuch log ki ye soch ban gay he ke ye saaray chezay aanay ke liye english aani zaroori he to essay kuch bhi nahi he. THANKYOU!
Upload date May 13 2020
EDUCATION (SUCCESS) Aaj is article me baat karyn gy study k upper ke study insaan ke liye qun zaroori he or study kahn tak insaan ko hasil krna chahiye ye me bataounga is article me k ek aam insaan ko study haasil krna qun zaroori he apni zindagi me to ye article pura read krna or aaj me bataounga study qun zaroori he aj tk jo bhi student he jin ka study jrne ka dil nhi krtha ya jo bhi bachay study naahi krthay is article ko pura read krna. Aaj ke baad se or abhi study krna start krdyn. to chaliye aaj ke is topic baat krthay hain. To mera aap sub se sawal he ke har kisi ko pata he ke life me kia banna he every body notes what to depend hume kia banna kisi ko doctor banna he kisi ko enginerr banna he kisi ko advocate banna he kisi ko architect banna he jis ko life me jo bhi banna he har ek ko pata he ke sub ko life me kuch naa kuch banna he mera aap se ek sawal he ke q banna he kia aapkay pass koi strong reason he ye strong reason ke ye banna he ye mujhe isliye banna he jb tak aapkay life me koi strong reason nahi hoga na to aapko forcefully bet na hoga aapkay ke parents ko bol na parday ke aapko study karo or aapkay teachers bolayn gy ke study karo but aap ka man nahi kary ga agr aap apne aap ko auto mode pr laana chathay ho khud baa khud study krna chathay ho to zindagi me ek barda maqsad or ek strong reason bana lo ke mujhe banna he ke mujhe agr doctor banna he ke mujhe essay doctor banna he ke me garibo ke kaam aa sakhun kia mujhe essa doctor banna he ke me medical field me kathi laa sakhun os me kuch innovative cheezay kar sakhun nai nai bimaariyoo ke ilaaj nikal sakhun matlal ke kuch to ek strong reason hona chahiye warna zindagi me to kahin log paida hothay hain or kahin log marjaa thay hain lekin zindagi unhi ko yaad rakhthi he jo zindagi me kuch na kuch kar guzar the hain aaj bhi kahin saalo tak un success logo ke bare me padr the aray hain or sun te wai aaray hain qun. Qun ke unho ne zindagi me extra ordinary work kia to dosto zindagi me wesi margay to kia faida ap ko nahi lagtha ke aapnay koi extra ordinary work kiya to aapkay cmmunity ko or aapki country ko kitna proud feel hoga aap pr just imagin kr ke ek baar sochayn itni air biltan achieve krlyn k kushi hogai aapkay parents ko kia aap wo kushi apnay parents ko dena nahi chathay kia aap apny teacher ko kushi dena nahi chathay. Agr dena chathay he to phir qun nahi study kar rahe ho aap. Doston me aap logo se sawal he k jub aapkay parents chothay the to aap ka parent ko study kr ne me kitni mushkil ho thi ti jo aaj hum books or saari facilities dethay hain unko kuch nahi milta tha wo ek ek book ke liye pareshaan hothay te puchiye ga apnay parents se. Jo aaj aapko sub facilties mil ri hain achay achay se kahna mil ra achay se acha dress mil ra he barday school me aap study kr re ho . Ek bat imagin karo aapkay parent apko paida krne k baad aapko essay raastay pr chodr diya hotha to to mtlb beger. to socho aapka kia haal ho ga shayd ye ho skthay tha kahin pr aap labour ban we hothay kisi k yahn kaam kr re hothay woi hi ganday dress me school bhi aap ko naseeb nahi ho ta kitna bura haal hua ho ta aap ka. or aaj ap ke parents aapko ye saari facilities dy re hain jo aap bol re ho wo aap ke parents kr k de ryn hain. Ap return me un kay liye kia kr re ho kabhi parents ne aap se return me kuch maanga he bus iskay k aap achi pardaiy karo kia hum apny parents ko it na bhi nhi de skthayn or wo bhi kis k liye aapkay liye ke aap achay se padr likh joa gy to kis ka faida he aapkay parents ka..! aap ka faida he ye jo aap ko chance mila he na is chance ko mat gawao qun ke jese time guzar ra he or tezi guzar ra he aapkay parents bhi burday horyn hain kahin essay na hoo kay time haath se nikl naa jai or phir aap ko pachtha na pardy ke khash me padr liya hotha is bt ko sochiye ga zaroor THANKYOU!
Upload date May 12 2020
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START A COMPANY agr aap bhi un logo me shamil hain ke 9 se 6 ki job krne ke bajai apna khud ka busniss krne me interestet rehthay hain or aap ko un logo se nafrat he k jo khethay hain business krna aap ki bus ki baat nahi. Iskay liye na busniss waali family me paida hona ho tha he. Tab jaakay aap kahin itna pesaa kama paathay hain mtlb khooon me ho ta he busniss or me kahun roko or is article ko read karo. Jee haan aap khod ka boss ban na chathay hain or apne creative ideas pr khool kr kaam krna chathay hain to aapka ye article read krna bohot support kr sktha he qun ke aaj aapkay liye me essa article bata ne waal hun jo aap ko guide kare gi apna khood busniss kharda krne me qun ke aaj is article me aapko khool ke batane waala hun ke aap apna busniss kese start kr skthay hain. Ap na busniss shuru krne k liye apko basic information ki zaroorat hothi he or kin step ko follow kr ke saphal busniess kharda kr sathay hain. To is tarhaan ki saari jaan kari aap ko mil ne waali. Agay chal te hain apna busniess shuru krne or saphal kr ne k liye kia steps ko follow krna hotha he to sub se phele step he! 1) Aone interest ko apna business banaiye jee haan kisi bhi busniess ko shuru krne k liye y ejaan naa zaroori he ke aap ka interest kis chez me he aap kia krna pasand kr the hain.or apko konsa kaam krna khushi detha he lekin sirf itne se baat nahi banay gi. Ap ke liye ye janna bhi zaroori he ke aap kis kaam ko profession me maahir hain yaani aapko apnay business ke liye essay kaam ko chunna hoga jis aap ek dum perfact ho. Ap ko aundar se feel aathi he ke aap ye kr skhthay hain jissay krne me aapko khushi mil thi ho or jisay kr ne me aap ko ye naa pata chaly ke aapko kitne ghantay hogay hain subha shaam ya raat yaa matlab aap kaam krthe hua khaojai or jis kaam me ap apna time money or attention de skhthay hain to iskay liye sub se phelay step ko seriously lenaa hoga. Or aap jub ye jaan jaiyn gy ke aapko kia krna he to aap agay ke steps ko follow krne k liye ek dun taiyaar hojai gyn wese aapka feel kuch bhi hosktha he bueaty related fashion related shop related or bhi bohot kuch inshort bolay to agr aapko kahin bhi nazar aarah he to ghr me ya bhar ya chal te phir te koi bhi problum jo aapko nazar aari he shoty bardi to bus uski solution ke related ideas soch na shuru kr dyn to bus yun hi soch the te agr aapka idea kaam krthe he problum ke solution ke liye to aap ye kheliye k aap apna start kr sthay hain.To bus soch na shuru krdyn ke kia aapka interest he ya aap ke pass essi konsi problum he aap solve krna chthay hain. ya society me contrubute krna chathay hain apni growth ke saath or agay badr the or jaanthay hain second step.jo he reserch krna. 2) Apni feild ke sath jurda kuch work reseach krna hoga kuch sawalo ke jawab bhi dhun ne hongay jesay k aap ke busniess ko market se kesa respones mil ra ha. Ap ke target customers konse hain kia aap kay products ki market me bohot demand hai ya nhi kia koi company aapki jesi bhethreen services deri he aap k liye compitition ka level kia he or aap kis tarhan se market me apnay busniess ko jaga dila skthay hain. To aapko essay boht saaray sawalo k jawab market research se mil jaiyn gy or is dusre step pr hi aap apne busniess plane k baray me achay soch sakhyn gy. to chaliye agay chl te hain or jhanthay hain 3rd step k bare me. Wo he busniess plane bana na. 3) Abhi tk apnay sirf ye decided kia he ke aapko kis feild me busniess shuru krna he or us busniess ki market kia condition he to itna jaan nay k baad ab baari he busniess plane bana ne ki qun ke iskay zariye hi apna busniess agay brda skthay hain busniess plane bana the aap ko ye dhaiyaan rakh na ho ga ke aap ko apne busniess me kisi investor ki zarort he or haan to aapko apna busniess detail plane bana na hoga. THANK YOU!
Upload date May 11 2020
covid-19 aap logo k samne me ek important bimaari k baaray me baat krne jaara hunor wo he aaj ka penthimic dease corona virus infaction. Aaj jisay covid-19 ke naam se jaana jaata he. Ye penthimic deseas jisay hindi me maahamaari khethay he. Aap logo ne suna hoga kisi zaamanay me k puray moolk me haizaa phel gaya he ya puray moolk me plge phel gaya he ye sub apne aap me ek maah maari the. Ussi tarhaan k aaj k time me maahamaari ye corona virus deseas he. Social media whatsapp facebook ke zariye hamaray pass bohot saaray information he is me kuch sahi he or kuch galatis sahi galat ke chakkar me bohot saaray logo ke business or zindagi pe kaafi assr parda he logo me ek bohot dar ka maahol bana wa he. Logo ko lag ne laga he ke agar unko ye infaction hojaiga to jb ke ye bilkul galat baat he. Essay situation me sahi information dun or galat baato se suaddhan karun aaeay samjh the hain is virus ke baaray me. Jo sub se phela case aaya wo buhaan shehayr se jo china me padr tha he jab out break hua tha to us time kuch log gay huay the kuch log business ke liye kuch log education k liye or kuch log ghoom k liye. Same time pe jb waapas ay ek moolk se dusre moolk dusre moolk se teesray moolk or is tarhaan se puri duniya me ye infaction phel ta gaya. Sub se phela sawal k ye bimaari phel thi kesi he. Aap ko bata dun close contacts se phel thi he saanss k zariye ye respactry deseas he ye virus hamaray naak se hothay huay seedhay lungs me pounch tha he. Aap is virus k structure ko dekhiye kuch spice jesi nokili chezay hain or saath hamaray lungs ka dekhiye ga kitne brunches banay we he virus seedhay naak ke raasthay se hothay we seedhay lungs me jaatha he or aasaani se chupak jaatha he. Ye waahin pe multiple hota he us kay baad se nooksaan pouncha naa start kar tha he to yahn pe saaf matlab he ke jo zaada symtoms me aathay hain wo lungs se related hothay hain. Or ye virus agar aapkay khanay ke saath pet me jai to pet me essay production hotha he khana pouncha ne k liye jissay ye virus maar jaatha he. To iska matlab ye hua k khanay se ye virus nahi phel tha he. Ek bohot bardi confusion he logo me ke kia non vege khanay se bhi ye virus phel tha he me aapko bata dun bilkul nahi phel tha he. Out breek jab hua tha to jab bhuhaan se wahaan par ek sea food market he or abb wo sea food market me abb ek saath kaafi live animals zinda janwaar or fish jesay food milthay hain. Reseach k hisaab se ek animal virus or ek human virus mil kar phir mutation hua or ek naaya virus bangaya. to hum issay novel corona virus bhi khethay hain. abhi ke time pe ye poora ka poora ka human virus he or sirf insaan se insaan tak phel tha he. isliye koi khetha he ke mutton khanay se ye chicken khannay se infaction phel tha he to galat baat he. Haan wo general question he ke bohot achat se paaka k khay yen ek insan se dusra insaan me ye infaction kese phele tha he ap maan lo mujhe ho chukaa he or mujhe khaansi honi start ho chuki he to mere khaansi krne ke do tarikay hongay ek to mene hawa me khansi kia or dusra mene apne haathay pe khansi kia dono ye condition me ye infaction ek dusre me phila sktha hun agr mene hawa me khansi kia tho mere mun se virus nikla ek se dhaidr meter k nichay chala jaiga. Us beach me mere agal bagle me ko insaan kharda hua to uskay haath me chupak jaiga ya uskay mupay lg jai ga ye virus agr mene apnay haath pe khansi kia or me apne ghar pe beta wa hun to agr mene paani pinay k liye juge ko pakrda ya frege ko touch kia ya kisi bhi saman ko touch kia to or agr me bhr janay k liye nikal tha hun to mene leaf ko touch kia ya kisi bhi chez ko touch kia tho us beach me dusra insaan aakar ussi same chezo pr touch krtha he to ye hamri normal aadat hothi he ke bar bar apne haatho mun pr laga the hain naak ko touch krthe he or ankh ko bhi krthe hain or issay asaani se ye infaction dusre insaan tk phel sktha he.Naak pe virus laga or naak se hothay we seedhay lungs me chala jaiga. Logo me ye bhi confusion he ke ye virus haawa me bhi uudr tha he kia. Aap ko bata dun ye virus hawa me nhi uudr tha he aap jese mene bataya he k mene khaansi kia or mere mun se virus nikl ke ek se daidr metre tk jaakay nichay chala jaata he. ye virus hawa me nhi uudr tha. Or aab ye kisi ko infaction hojai tho kia kia symtoms aayien gy yaani ke mareez k andar lakhchnd kia kia hongay is bimari ke. Jo sub se phele lunchnd start hoga to aam flu jese nazlaa khansi ya galay me kharash or lekin is ke saath me sooki khaansi or bhukaar bhi hoga manthli jesa yaani ulti jesa or dheeray dheeray badr the jaiyn gy is kay symtoms waqt ke saath.or saath me dekhiye ga history ke sath 10 se 12 dino me wo kis kis jaga pr gyn hain ya wo jaga pr gayn hain jahaan ye infaction bht zaada phela wa he to phir zada chances he ke ye virus unko ho sktha he. Lekin is ka matlb ye nhi k kisi ko bhi sardi zhookaam bhukaar he to ye infaction usko he. or saath me ye bhi dekhiye unki history me 10 se 12 me kin kin jaga par gay hain agr ye un jaga pr gay hain jahaan par ye corono virus k infaction bohot zada phele hua he to essay cases me ye bimaari honay k chances bohot zada hain. THANK YOU!
Upload date May 09 2020
DATA ENTRY Hello today I'm going to talk about how you can become a data entry professional with no skills or without having previous experience as the 20 is the easiest way of making money online for beginners many of you have the interest to be a part of it what are the requirements to become a data entry professional and what should you do to get started as a complete beginner now let's talk about the first question which is what are the requirements to become a data entry professional as the 20 jobs are basically about typing copy pasting recording information from one resource to another or transferring information from one resource to another maybe it could be copying or typing information from a pool to a Microsoft Word document or maybe the data could be transferred from an online resource to an Excel or a word file so the key skills you need are very easy to have so let's talk about these requirements the first requirement that you need to have is knowledge of operating the computer and this is very easy it could be installing necessary software's creating folders or editing file name etc into your computer ok and the second acquirement you need to have is having basic knowledge on Microsoft Office programs such as Microsoft Word or Excel and if you know nothing about these programs please don't worry because I am going to show you how you can learn basics of MS Office programs in less than one day and you don't need to be an expert in the first stage you just need to get started and in there by day while you work these skills will be improved for sure ok so you don't have to be worried about this and the third requirement is having basic communication skills in English many freshers are really afraid of this part but seriously this is not that complicated as we think if you could understand what your clients are talking about and what they're looking for by reading their retain or by listening their verbal instructions and if you could make them understand your message that would be all fine to work is it a time to professional and the fourth requirement is having basic online searching skills your client could say hey I need a list of top restaurants in Atlanta with their name website location and phone numbers then you have to find this information online which is very easy the sixth requirement is having some experience there are some job providers who looks for experience to just if you have got some experience it's a plus point but if you don't then please don't be afraid I'm going to give you the idea and show you exactly how you can gain experience of doing data entry jobs without even working on an actual projects now let's talk about what should you do to get started as a complete beginner my first advice would be get basic idea of Microsoft Word and Excel by watching videos available on YouTube and let me show you what exactly you have to do just go to youtube.com and make a search here Microsoft Word the six or basic and you will find lots of tutorials out there and if you watch the first video yes it is you can see 18 minutes and 28 seconds you will be able to learn more than enough that you need for basic data entry jobs or entry level data entry jobs okay and same same for the Excel as well Excel basics same okay you will learn more than enough for that anti-jobs that record my second advice for you is to work on your English skill although you don't have to be an expert but improving your English skill will be helpful for sure and my third advice is to increase your typing speed you can type information from your book too might restore document the more you will type the better your typing speed will be my fourth and the important advice to you would be on how to experience and portfolio and attempted jobs without even working on client projects if you could find someone professional who is working under time to failed in your neighborhood or maybe from any social media site just reach out to them and ask them if they could help you by providing some sample of works with the instructions so you'll be able to work on these projects to gain experience and build up your portfolio now after learning the skills and practicing on some demo projects when you will feel like you will be able to do any data into jobs then please sign up to freelance marketplace find the relevant jobs and apply on them and at first stage it could be hard to get your first job very easily but if you try your best you'll get success. THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 30 2020
FOREX TRADING What do currencies stand for? In currency trading, you can bet whether a currency will develop stronger or weaker than another currency. For example, at this very moment, we can buy at $1.39. This exchange rate can change at any moment. The banks continuously adapt to the rhythm of supply and demand and are therefore responsible for these currency fluctuations. So let's make a bet. We bet that the euro will outperform the US dollar. In this case, we buy a currency pair of US dollars. If we think one currency is going up against another, we buy the strong currency and sell the weak one. Since the sale of the currency is mostly carried out by an external brokerage firm, we only have to buy the EUR / USD currency pair. We can also say that we are long or long in EURUSD. So if we take a long position in the EUR / US dollar currency pair, we are betting that the EUR will rise against the US dollar. If we go long in the US dollar / EUR currency pair, we think the US dollar will be stronger than the euro. If we think the euro will weaken against the dollar, we can also sell the euro against the dollar. In other words, we are taking a short position in the euro / US dollar currency pair. So if we go short in the EUR / US dollar currency pair, we bet that the euro will weaken against the US dollar. Let's look at a real-life example. Exactly this second can be bought with a euro of 1.3940 US dollars. If I take a long position in the EUR / US dollar pair, I bet the euro will rise against the US dollar. Let's see what happens: 1.3940 - 1.3941 - 1.3942 - 1.3943 - 1.3944 down to 1.3947. Great! We were right. Now you can buy 1.3947 US dollars with one euro. Let's make the best and take our winnings with us. To find out how much we have earned, we first have to look at how many euros we have spent. Suppose we risked 10,000 euros in this case. Before my bet 5 minutes ago, I could have bought $ 13,940 for $ 10,000. According to my bet, 10,000 euros corresponded to $ 13,947. So in just 5 minutes, I made a seven dollar profit as the euro rose seven pips against the dollar. What is a pip? Good question! A pip corresponds to one-hundredth of a percent or 0.0001. It is the smallest currency fluctuation in the currency market and the unit to express an exchange rate change. Brokerage firms want to help you place larger bets without having to deposit the full amount of a bet. To understand how a lever works, let's assume that the euro will appreciate strongly against the dollar. You are so sure of it that you would even bet 100,000 euros if you could afford it. No problem, because brokerage firms let you take this risk and lend you 100,000 euros. All they need from you for this are 1000 euros as security. From brokerage firms, you can borrow 100, 200 or even 400 times your first security deposit. If you risk 1000 euros of your own money, you can place a bet between 1000 and 400,000 euros. You can decide for yourself. If you have over 1000 euros and just want to place a bet over 1000 euros, don't use a lever. This means your leverage ratio is 1 to 1. If you want to bet 50,000 euros with a stake of just 1,000 euros, your leverage is 50 to 1 (50: 1). The crucial question now is: Do brokerage firms lend their money for free? No. They calculate the current interest for you, which we will examine later in another section. A lot is an industry term for the size of the bet. A bet of 1000 euros is a micro lot, 10,000 euros is a mini lot and 100,000 euros is a standard lot. So, for example, if you take a long position in the amount of a mini lot for EURUSD, it means that you are betting EUR 10,000. Note that our actual deposit for this mini lot can be 1 to 400 times smaller depending on how much money we borrow from the brokerage firm. Why do exchange rates change so quickly? You probably know that your bank will pay you a certain interest if you keep your Euros in your account for a year. However, you may not know that interest rates vary by currency. For example, the interest on your one-year euro deposits in a bank in Paris could be 3.5%, while a friend in the UK receives 5.5% interest on his deposits in pounds in London. To benefit from the higher interest rates on British pounds, you might sell your euros and buy British pounds. But you would hardly be alone in the hallway. Many individual investors and banks could do the same, and if enough euros are exchanged for pounds, the euro will weaken and the pound will appreciate as the lower demand for euros drives prices down. Another reason why exchange rates change so quickly is large companies that have to switch currencies in large sums. For example, suppose the automaker Toyota sold a million cars in the United States. Toyota received USD 20 billion from US importers for this, which was paid into a USD account in Japan. It is April and for Japanese resident's tax time. Toyota has to pay 1 trillion Japanese yen in taxes this year, which is almost USD 10 billion. This is a large sum even for Toyota. To pay the money to the Japanese government, Toyota exchanges USD 10 billion for Japanese yen. So Toyota goes to the currency market and sells US dollars in exchange for Japanese yen. At this moment, of course, the demand for US dollars is falling because USD 10 billion is sold at once. Similarly, the demand for the Japanese yen is increasing, because someone suddenly wants to buy a trillion Japanese yen. This could very well affect the exchange rate between the euro and the Japanese yen. A final example relates to the timing and occurrence of market information. For example, suppose a financial report has been published that indicates instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has increased recently and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This message will scare many banks and cause them to sell euros. For this reason, the euro is weakening against other currencies. One important point to keep in mind: the stronger a country or group of countries (which represents a currency), the stronger this currency will develop over the long term compared to other currencies. A final example relates to the timing and occurrence of market information. For example, suppose a financial report has been published that indicates instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has increased recently and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This message will scare many banks and cause them to sell euros. For this reason, the euro is weakening against other currencies. One important point to keep in mind: the stronger a country or group of countries (which represents a currency), the stronger this currency will develop over the long term compared to other currencies. A final example relates to the timing and occurrence of market information. For example, suppose a financial report has been published that indicates instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has increased recently and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This message will scare many banks and cause them to sell euros. For this reason, the euro is weakening against other currencies. One important point to keep in mind: the stronger a country or group of countries (which represents a currency), the stronger this currency will develop over the long term compared to other currencies. of instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has increased recently and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This message will scare many banks and cause them to sell euros. For this reason, the euro is weakening against other currencies. One important point to keep in mind: the stronger a country or group of countries (which represents a currency), the stronger this currency will develop over the long term compared to other currencies. of instability in Europe. The unemployment rate has increased recently and companies are beginning to report negative growth. This message will scare many banks and cause them to sell euros. For this reason, the euro is weakening against other currencies. One important point to keep in mind: the stronger a country or group of countries (which represents a currency), the stronger this currency will develop over the long term compared to other currencies. THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 30 2020
PAYPAL INTRO Introduction of PayPal today we're just going to take a quick look at a simple question what exactly is PayPal how does it work the easy answer is it's a way to send and receive payments there's a little bit more than that going on you got your buyers and your sellers involved or senders and receivers let's take a closer look give you a little bit better knowledge on what exactly there is happening here and see how it might help you out so first you have the buyers side when you want to make payments with paypal of course the first thing you do is to create your PayPal account and you'll treat it like a wallet this is your digital wallet or your paypal wallet just like a regular wallet you can hold cash in there in the form of a PayPal balance you can have your debit card and credit cards in there from various banks or credit card providers you can have multiple bank accounts so checking accounts or savings accounts from a local branch from online banks you can out all these into that PayPal wallet and when you make payments you can choose whichever funding source you'd like to use so again your PayPal balance would be your cash bank accounts could also be kind of considered cash and then you've got your credit and debit cards the cool thing is when you make payments with PayPal all those funding sources are protected inside that PayPal wallet so the seller all they're going to get is your name your email address and a shipping address interests required if they need to send you something so that sensitive information like the bank account numbers credit card numbers and expiration dates and security codes the actual billing address associated with these these funding sources that's all protected behind the paypal barrier or inside your paypal wallet so consider if you go shopping on 20 different websites and you put in a credit card number all each of these 20 sites well that's 20 different chances that they could be saving your card number in their database I'm not supposed to be doing that but a lot of them do and you know if they get hacked and that data gets stolen now your credit card numbers of our bank account information is included in that hat data obviously this isn't a good thing but again when you pay with PayPal none of that information is provided to the seller all they're gonna get is your name email and shipping address so it protects you you have this buyer protection behind that PayPal barrier this is one of the biggest advantages of using PayPal to pay for things now highly recommended the flip side of that is sellers or when you need to receive payments PayPal makes that quick and easy for you have a lot of different products that you can do as a seller different ways to integrate it in your website or application to use it at your retail store it makes it really easy for you to take payments in general so you can take PayPal payments where people specifically choose I'm gonna pay with PayPal or you can take direct credit card launching a credit-card number and they won't have any idea that PayPal is actually still being used behind the scenes you can take payments over the phone just punch in a credit card number into a virtual terminal or you can use the PayPal here app for example to take payments on your mobile device or on your computer at a trade show or even in your retail shop so they have a lot of different ways to receive payments and it makes it really quick and easy it all drops into a single account into your PayPal account and the money is typically available instantly so there's no batching out at the end of the day or anything like that you find with a lot of other credit card processors so again consider some of the advantages that we talked about the buyers when you're written when you're selling anything products and services online or in person you really want to make sure that you at least include PayPal as an option if you don't those people who prefer it because of the advantages it gives them about protection that it gives them when they pay that way they're not going to want to buy from you you're gonna go find somebody else so if you're tracking conversion rates with Google Analytics or anything like that for example you'll find that when you add PayPal as an option the conversion rates are typically going to go up like quite a bit so it's definitely recommended to at least include PayPal as an option so then we have PayPal as the option you might as well use them for your direct credit cards - everything will drop into a single account and that just makes it easy on your bookkeeper save some time and some money on you know reconciling account that I have a credit card account over here or PayPal account over here and different you know different types of payment accounts you just have that one account everything falls in there and it's nice and easy to manage so again this was just a real quick summary of kind of what's going on with PayPal from the buyer side from the seller side some of the advantages gonna break that down in more depth happy PayPal THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 29 2020
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Upload date Jan 28 2020
FREELANCING & UPWORK In this article you will find out how you can create a six-figure business model using up work and you know how you can make around 8 K per month using this business model so let's go right into this so you can get your money as fast as possible so most of the people think of upward as of a pre Lansing service so you think of this as something where you apply for jobs back all those guys nicely to work for them and then some of them will agree to give you a little bit of money and they're gonna give you like two or three hundred dollars and you're gonna do their website or some tasks and things like this so you apply for jobs back for jobs and hopefully you get a job on up work and you do everything yourself is this good no this is terrible so instead of doing that what you can do is you can turn this whole thing around into a profitable business model that you don't have to do anything in so you don't have to really send proposals to clients you don't need to sell to them your services you don't need to do project management of the projects you're working on and you don't have to actually deliver the work yourself ok so how does it work with upwork business model by the way it works with any other freelancing platform so with this business model you think of upward more of a lead generation tool so you're not thinking as a freelancer anymore your earth thinking as an intrapreneur as aunt and as a business owner so you just don't want to do things yourself you want to create a business so first thing you do first thing you change based on what you're doing right now so the first thing you're changing is you start outsourcing tasks to other people so you don't want to do tasks yourself so you don't want to do whatever is that you're doing you don't want to do website development you don't want to do design you didn't want to do assistant tasks Excel anything you don't want to do this yourself anymore partnership whatever it is name it you name it you don't want to did yours now you want someone else did for you so you outsource this there's two ways to find someone to do it for you first way you just find someone up work second way that I'm recommending it is better you post on University job boards in Eastern Europe that's a killer people in Eastern Europe are great and hard-working and you can find great developers in Romania Bulgaria and Ukraine great people and the way it works is that you post it on their University job boards not in any other way because University students actually need a job and they are hard working they're going to be great employees they are not as spoiled as people on map worker okay so handled you just go find them done as soon as you sell something you just give it to them and you sell this for let's say 100 1000 dollars and you give them let's say 200 dollars they are happy your help you make your $100 profit done you don't do anything yourself you just contact with the client you sell to them offer to them what you outsource next you outsource lead generation so you outsource this contacting with clients so you know how much time it takes for you every day to send proposals around you know two hours per day it took for me to send all the proposals to clients offers etc etc so instead of the things that you are hiring an assistant to send everything for you so what you do is you look for University job boards in Vietnam and then you can find someone easily for $3 an hour and they are very happy with this university students in Vietnam are going to be super happy with $300 an hour remote job that they can do after their university this is good for them and this is very cheap for you because if they work for you after one month it's going to round up to only $150 per month think about this $150 per month and you get you get 180 proposals sent per day and what's the average conversion rate on upward from people who are actually contacting you back meaning calling you through phone or Skype or you know contacting you via upwork messaging system or booking a meeting with you through scheduling tool it's around 10% if your proposal is good by the way if you don't know how to send good proposals just just contact me or watch my other video there is more information about that okay so you get 10 percent conversion rates you get around so you get around 18 15 18 people contacting you from up work every day by the way make sure you have US phone number you can just buy it on Skype or close IO make sure you have Skype and you have scheduling to like schedule ones to actually get people to book a meeting with you or to contact you as fast as possible from the proposal set so what's going to happen is that you're going to get 15 people contacting you every single day do want to buy for from you so you just have to sell to them so you can do that but instead of that you could be just hiring a sales person who is going to sell for your own a commission they will want to do that because you have leads you have people contacting you in your business model so seals people will obviously want to do that they will want to sell they get 20% Commission you find them on the Facebook group for sales people where they learn sales easy handled I've found so many sales people you just get them in your team you just give them leads you let them try to sell and if they don't sell you just keep them out you look for new people alright so you have in your funnel in your whole business model system you have leads coming in sales people closing deals on them and you have developers so only thing you do right now is project management's you need to like manage all those projects and money and everything so now is the easiest task you need to find a project manager and that's the easiest thing to do on the earth because project manager is actually a position where they already get the project and they get the money for the project because the beauty is already closed and the money is already on your paypal or bank account whatever so they just get money and they just have to manage they don't have to do anything themselves they don't need to develop they don't need to work they just need to be like the big boss so it's very easy to find the people like this again there is project management groups on Facebook you can find people in upward for this purpose and you can find your friends to do that very easy so how much do you pay them so you pay 20% to sales people you pay 20% project manager you pay 20% to developers or designers or to hatch deliver the work and what happens is that you end up with 40% profit of course there is PayPal piece let's say 6% if you get money through people if you get money through up work it's even more so you end up with say with 34 percent profit - $150 per month that you pay to your assistant to send all those proposals so what's gonna happen now is if you think of money if your sales people are closing only $1,000 per month from your current business model think about this how much money do you make $340 right and you only pay $150 to your assistants so you are already practicing but think about this if you get around 15 or 18 leads coming to you every single day do you think it's possible that you are not closing more than $1000 I think it's not possible like your salespeople would have to be retarded not to close more than one thousand dollars every month if you get 15 leads per day so what's going to happen more likely is that they gonna close for around 20k right you have 15 leads per day so so if you have the shittiest conversion rate in the world you're gonna get at least like 20k that's like that's granted like this it's gonna work no other way like unless you get like you know like bring those people to sell for you but you're not right so it's gonna work so 20k per month think about it so if you get 34% of that so you're getting was like about 7k per month right and I didn't have a calculator right now around 7k per month so it's almost six-figure business model just get few K more you get six figure business model everything automated everything handled and you know you don't do lead generation you can do sales you don't do project management you didn't deliver those projects you just think and work on this business model. 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Upload date Jan 25 2020
EARN FROM FACEBOOK ADS we are going to have a look at the digital marketing terms and definitions used in Facebook ads so when you are running ads on Facebook ads or any other digital marketing platform you will be seeing a lot of different terms and when it comes to Facebook the terms made a little bit different so this particular article is specific to Facebook ads but some of the terms that we use here is also common for google ads and other digital marketing activities across the internet so first let's have a look at how the advertising structure inside Facebook is so if you go ahead and create ads inside Facebook you will have three levels of ad grouping so first you will have campaigns so campaign is what you set the daily budget for and campaign is how you go ahead and promote a specific campaign let's say you want to create a lead generation campaign for your business or let's say you want to create a brand awareness campaign let's say you want to create a campaign to increase traffic to your website so this is all grouped under the category of campaigns and it is the highest structure within your account so you can have 5 different campaigns inside your Facebook account and they will be grouped under your Facebook account within campaigns we have something called ad sets so within ad sets you will be able to define the audience and within ad sets you can create the ad units so ad units are individual ad units they could be video ads they could be canvas ads they could be major ads or there could be carousel ads and there are different placements for these ad units and multiple ad units is going to sit under a single ad set and multiple ad set is going to sit under a single campaign so this is important to know when you are just getting started but as you are advertising on Facebook and as you run more campaigns you will understand how the our structure is laid out within Facebook so now let's have a look at some of the frequently used terms and definitions inside Facebook ads so you have something called impressions so impressions is basically the total number of times the ad was displayed and this is not the same as the total number of people reached so CPM is the cost per thousand impressions so let's say you go ahead and run a Facebook ad and you are spending five dollars for the Facebook ad and for five dollars you are able to reach thousand people and the frequency is one which we will have a look at in the next point so considering that every person just saw the ad once and it was displayed thousand times CPM is the cost per thousand impressions so you are paying five dollars four thousand impressions at a frequency rate of one which means that here our CPM rate is five dollars so depending on the competition depending on the country depending on who you are targeting and at what season you are targeting the CPM rates will keep changing and the CPM rates never stay consistent reach is how many people saw your ad so in this case let's consider that we are running an ad for five dollars and it has had thousand impressions and since the frequency is one it has reached thousand people frequency is how many times a specific person saw your ad on average so let's say the target audience for your selected demographics and your selected interests is only 5000 people and not all 5000 people are going to login into Facebook every day so if you are running an ad for let's say $10 and you are running it for one full day and if only 20 percent of your target audience is actually logging into Facebook that particular day what will happen is that your ad will be shown more than a single time to the same person so if only thousand people is what we can reach within a day then if you are spending $10 your CPM cost let's say it's $5 to reach thousand impressions the reach is only thousand but the impression could be 2000 which means that every person saw your ad twice so here the frequency will be two and as a general rule when you are running Facebook ads your frequency should not be very high so if you have browsed Facebook and if you have seen ads inside Facebook you might have noticed the same ad twice or thrice but imagine if you notice the same ad for something like 10 different times then you might get pretty bored of the ad and you might not want to see the ad so this concept is called ad fatigue and we should not let ad fatigue happen because it's not really good for the efficiency of your ad campaign so I would like to cap the frequency to 3 so whenever I see an ad campaign getting a frequency of more than 3 I stopped the ad campaign and I don't move forward with it when the frequency becomes higher the best way to reduce the frequency of the ads is to create new ad creatives for the same campaign and the same target audience that you are running the ad for the next one is relevant score so relevant score shows you how relevant your ad is to your audience the higher the relevant score the lower cost per thousand impressions you will have and the lower overall cost of reaching people you will have so if I am creating an ad related to digital marketing and if I am targeting only the people who are interested in digital marketing then the relevant score will be high if I am targeting an ad for digital marketing and I am showing it to all the people then people who might not be interested in the topic of digital marketing will also be seeing my ad and in such cases the relevant score will be low so if you don't clearly understand any of these concepts nothing to worry you will have better clarity when we actually go ahead and run these campaigns post engagement so whenever you are running an ad every ad is like a post but it's like a hidden post that people cannot see they are seeing it only as an ad but it just looks like a normal post on a Facebook ad except it will contain the word sponsored if you are creating an ad that is going to be shown in the news feeds of your audience then each ad that you create is just like a post that you on your page and the ad will also have likes comments shares on your post and this is something where one of the benefits of Facebook ads is that you are also having a lot of social proof on the ads and also organic reach to your ads so post engagement is a metric which shows you the number of likes comments and shares on your post and higher the post engagement the battery your add relevant score will be and the lower is the cost of reaching people and lower is a CPM link clicks is something that when people click on your link and go to your website these are counted as link clicks sometimes you will also see a metric which is just called clicks but clicks is not exactly clicks to your website so these are the most important Facebook advertising terminology and let's have a look at a few more we have CPC which is cost per click we have CTR which is click through ratio so click through ratio is basically the ratio between the total number of impressions are the total number of clicks that your ad has got so if your ad has got hundred impressions and if two people clicked then the click through ratio is going to be two percent the cell trait so the percentage of people who are converting so the percentage of results based on your goal and this is based on your goal let's say your goal is to drive clicks to your website and if hundred people viewed the ad and if two people clicked on the link to visit your website then your result rate is going to be two percent however if the goal of your ad is to generate leads then the result rate is going to be shown in terms of the number of leads generated so if thousand people saw the ad and out of that hundred people became your leads then here the result rate is 10 percent usually getting a 10 percent result rate is pretty difficult with Facebook Ads but I have seen people with extremely targeted ads and extremely well-designed ads get result rate of as much as even 6% or 7% cost per result is the cost that you are paying per result and the result is based on your goal you also have metrics like cost per three-second video of you so if you are running a video ad then Facebook will show you what is the cost per 30-second video of you so there is also another metric called cost per 10-second video of you and all these metrics you can go ahead and edit inside the Facebook Ads manager so you just need to have a look at the metrics that make sense to you like for example if you are running a video ad and what you want to track is the amounts of leads generated and not the amount of people who viewed the ad then you can just look at the amount of leads generated on the results rate and the cost per result and basically ignore vanity metrics like likes comments shares impressions cost per 30-second video view and things like that because these metrics are not exactly translating into revenue for your business then you also have this metric called cost per page like so if you are running a campaign to increase the number of likes to your Facebook page then cost per page like is the metric that you should be looking at so you can customize the columns to see custom reports based on what you are looking for and custom reports and reporting is something that we will cover in the future videos of this course in that you will be able to have a lot more options for all the metrics that you have on how it is being reported to you and we will also be having a look at how to track the metrics and optimize your ads for increasing the performance of your Facebook ads. 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Upload date Jan 25 2020
WHAT IS FIVER & HOW TO EARN! hey do you want to earn money on fiver i would like to tell you the purpose of this article I'm level 2 a seller on fiver and have been working on this platform for the past one year here you can see the picture of my earnings and the orders that I've completed on this platform what is fiver how fiver words different fees and fiver seller levels on fiver is fiver free to join and is it safe to use a knot so let's start what is fiver fiver is an online marketplace where people from all across the globe come for buying and selling different digital services most of the services on fiver start just a dollar five that's why fiver is called as five world whether you are a content creator graphic designer programmer digital marketer an artist or a translator fiver has a place for you it provides you the opportunity to showcase your talent to the world and earn money through it so let's see how fiver actually works before diving into the details let's first discuss some common terms that are used in fiver so the first one is gig the services you offer and fiver are called gig seller are assisted user who offer gigs and fiver buyer a registered user who buy gigs on fiver so when a buyer purchases a gig from a seller that's called an order see fiver is a two-way communication platform where both buyer and seller can communicate with each other for their working needs that means by I can see different seller profiles to find the right person for job similarly seller can see different buyer requests to find the job that matches his skills so once buyer and seller agree to work together they place an order and specific set a specified time goal and price for that order after that the seller starts working on the project and once he completes the work he sent it to buyer the buyer then check the work and if he likes it he marks the order complete as soon as he marks the ordered complete the seller gets his money remember both buyer and seller has to pay some fee to fiver for working together that means if a buyer completes purchases a gig of dollar five he'll pay dollar one as processing fee to fiver that means he will pay a total dollar six in total similarly sellers paid 20% of the orders revenue to fiver as service fee for example if a seller completes an order of dollar five he will get dollar four and we'll lose dollar one as service fee to fiver another important point is both buyer and seller leave review on the order when it's complete safe a seller has a lot of good reviews on his profile it builds credibility and buyer likes to work with a credible seller now discuss some seller levels and fiver fiver categorizes sellers in different levels based on their performance so the levels our new seller there will one seller level two seller and top rated seller you may read in detail about this sell about these levels on my blog I have mentioned the link in description now come towards some popular questions that you ask is fiver free to join yes there's no hidden fee or subscription fee that you pay while it is shrinking fiver the only time you pay fee is when you place an order is a buyer or when you complete an order as a seller the next question that you ask most instant instantly is is fiver safe to use so yes fiver is a very popular platform is very strict policies it never tolerates spam or fraud you get blocked instantly speaking from my experience I have never experienced any kind spam on this platform my earnings always stayed safe so the next question is is fiver easy to use unfortunately not you'll have to pay a lot of effort time inconsistency for working on fiver if you are willing to pay that hard work you will definitely get success here there is no magic no shortcut about this platform 5 Reason To Use Fiverr. we're going to start off with number five which is no job descriptions look if you've ever had to hire a freelancer before then you know the pain and agony of typing up a Job Description figuring out what you want and then going and finding examples and then filtering through proposals on up work or freelance or guru and then conducting interviews and sometimes you need just something done quickly and so it's really cool that you don't have to do job descriptions everything all the freelancers are there they've done all that work you just go pick and choose whichever one is going to solve your problem or get your product on the quickest and then bam you're done which leads me into number four which is speed it's a really cool fiber actually has this these gig extras that allow you to get things done in 12 or 24 hours so if you're on a tight deadline like you need your blog post edited it's due tomorrow you need some video editing you need a voiceover you know an image is just all messed up and you're not a Photoshop Pro you can get something done within 12 or 24 hours the quickest turnaround I've actually had with sellers is 3 hours now I would recommend you have to go message them privately to see if you can get that quick of a turnaround but definitely within 24 hours you can get pretty much anything you can think of done then reason number 3 fibers a great place to go and find freelancers is the protection now this is pretty common across most freelancing platforms like up work guru and freelancer but particularly on Fiverr as a buyer you are really really protected I mean fiber pretty much assumes that all the buyers are telling the truth and the sellers aren't so if you're a seller a fellow seller like me you know the frustration of buyers taking advantage of this but when you go to fiber when you purchase something and they don't deliver you can always request a revision and pretty much keep going until you get exactly what you want or if they fail to deliver or they just do a really crummy job you can dispute the order and nine times out of ten you'll get your money back and of course you're only paying five or ten dollars for a gig so you're probably not going to be out too much money anyway and then reason number two this is kind of offbeat I wanted to think outside the box for a little bit and this is something if you have a passion or skill and you're thinking about breaking out on your own fiber is a great place to go to look and see if your skills are valuable you can go check out the gates the different gig categories to see where your products or service might fit into the general marketplace and because they have such a wide variety of services you get a lot of ideas and how you could turn your skills into freelancing and reason number one fiber is such a great place to go to get services done is because you get to take advantage of currency differences so what does that mean I'm personally in the US which means I'm paying five dollars to someone across the globe and when it gets translated into their currency it's actually quite a bit of money for them now that's not always true there are some people in the US who do super cheap stuff because they're trying to generate leads or they're trying to build a background on their business but generally you're going to find really quality work for very very low prices like crazy low prices at times and of course this does come with a grain of salt right you do want to check the reviews and you do want to you know put your thinking cap on and say okay can someone really deliver the value or the quality that I'm looking for for five or ten dollars of course it is important to note that fibers have begun to allow people to charge you know 50 60 70 I've seen some gigs at $200 so you definitely still get what you pay for but it's really great a really great place to go and get very very inexpensive services and it's also a great place to go and test services right for example when I was publishing one of my books I went and hired six different people for $5.00 to come up with different designs and and once I had a list of six great designs that I could kind of choose from then I went over to up work or guru and I hired someone more expensive and I was able to get a much better product quicker because I spent the extra you know twenty five twenty five dollars on fiber to get six different examples and then I could go find someone more expensive and say here is exactly what I want and then I didn't have to pay them as much because they weren't going through revision revision revision so that's just a great way to arbitrage when you still need that high quality that you need to go to a network or freelance or guru com4 but you can still use Fiverr to get your baseline stuff and some a lot of the times fiber will actually be able to provide you services you'll be able to find freelancers to do amazing work for just five dollars so thank you for watching I hope you found this video fashionable and informative if you got some value out of it go and hit that like button and then subscribe for more business building and marketing tactics and strategies just like the ones covered in this video over on my youtube channel I'm going from A to Z and everything in between on what it means to go from full time job to full time entrepreneurs. 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Upload date Jan 23 2020
AFFILIATE MARKETING What is affiliate marketing program how it works how to get started how to use it I'm going to show you guys full detail exactly how affiliate marketing works so I would say I will catch you guys right after the intro okay guys so we're gonna start off with affiliate marketing and what it is so basically affiliate marketing is basically people making money by selling others people's stuff so I'm not saying that you should actually have a store or ship products yourself or accept payments your sell deal with customers face-to-face or any of those complicated tasks because basically what it is is you're selling others people stuff online meaning that you will get an affiliate link for example let's say Amazon so at the bottom of you probably have like an affiliate program if you sign up for an account for free that's basically just one minute to do and what you can do then is you can create any link you like and you can share wherever you want so let's say that I am making a video about a green screen for example I did in 2016 if I wanted to make some coin all I can do is just put an affiliate link in the description of that video and say for example guys if you want to buy this green screen check out the link in the description and any time people someone clicks on it and even buys a tree screen I'll receive a commission now a commission can be between four to ten percent depending on affiliate programs such as Amazon or Ebay so that's basically a really really cool technique to make some extra money and basically what you can do is if you have for example of a huge fan page for example Harry Potter what you can do is like you can say you can create a post like Kelly a guy's Harry Potter is coming out with a brand new book and what you can do then is just go to your affiliate program sign in look for that Harry Potter book on Amazon create your affiliate link and share that on the Facebook page at any time someone clicks on that link and buys that book you will get a commission now they don't have to buy the ex exact book but if they just end up walking away with some thousand-dollar plasma TV you will still get a commission for that so I hope I cleared up some things guys that's basically how affiliate marketing is you can just have your custom link on your website in your youtube description of your videos share it people look click on it byah and you will receive a commission. SOME STEPS GUIDE FOR AFFILIATE MARKETING now here's the formula check it out I'm gonna rub draw this out for you I'm gonna go rather quickly it's not a rocket science it's a total shift in the marketing okay it's a it's a different paradigm when it comes to approaching the marketing okay how do you make money how do you make insane amounts of money okay now you need to understand couple things okay typical the reason most people fail is because there is two things happening there is a lot of a lot of theory okay a lot of gurus will teach you theory and then there is a lot of complexity okay so when you have a lot of theory you get information overload okay and you're somebody new you know maybe you haven't had your successes yet maybe you try to you know to to build your online income for the other no in the last three months or six months or three years or who who knows how long right and you've been running into brick wall after brick wall after brick wall and you're skeptical spouse is looking at you like this right see and you're not getting results what happens well if you like most people the confidence level kind of shrinks huh it happened to me right how do we help a complete beginner to breakthrough and start generating those sales and boost their confidence how do we do that we focus on results the simplest thing the best thing the only thing we need to focus on is helping you get the result right helping you get the result now imagine if I can help you generate a sale over the next three to five days okay hypothetically speaking here if you go out there and you generate a 48 hundred dollar Commission maybe it's maybe it's $20 Commission I don't know right maybe it's a thousand maybe it's five hundred bucks it doesn't matter but you generate a sale you get a result right what will that do to your confidence level you'll get you'll get a confidence boost wouldn't you right now what would your skeptical spouse say to you right when you're getting your results even if it's small results right now her confidence in you would also increase wouldn't you say so what we do here right is we've got to focus on two things instead of complexity theory and complexity we want to focus on simplicity and results okay now here is the formula that I have been perfecting over the last 12 years it literally took me 12 years to come up with this formula okay and I've been following this formula for the last ten years on teaching people and this is how we're crushing any promotion that we that we put our hands on look any product we want to promote right we're absolutely dominating not because we're somebody special or you know or have some kind of magical abilities it's simply because we approach the whole marketplace from a different angle okay here's how we do it very very simple I'm going to Jordan draw this out it's three steps okay but you need to understand the the the key important element there number one what do we need okay we need a product to promote don't we very very simply anybody can understand this we need a product to promote okay so I have a product to promote now I'm going to assume you might already have a product to promote if you don't have a product to promote I'll tell you this you want to promote products that are in high demand okay just a quick side note there's a lot of different places you can go to you can go to like for example quick bang okay Clickbank has hundreds of thousands of products that you can promote as an affiliate right you can drive traffic to the product and that's what a lot of people are doing but that's also why a lot of people are failing okay now you can join a network marketing company direct sales company or you can promote your own product right it doesn't matter you can be selling pens the markers it doesn't matter but you need to have a product that is in high demand okay in the industry that's on the uprise make sense so if you're promoting a product that is not in high demand and it's in the industry that's not really big or it's not booming you might want to reconsider because this is going to be important piece of your view or your formula okay make sense right now I have a product second thing what do we need well most people will say right most affiliates what what what's what's happening well they'll say you know what if you got a product you just need to send traffic to the product right and that's what a lot of people doing that's why 94% of people on the internet are making less than $100 a month pretty sad you don't want to send traffic to the product never ever ever ever send traffic directly to the product you want to send traffic to something called a system okay and I've been teaching this for years imagine if product is your vehicle it might be that Tesla you want or BMW or you know the the the Mercedes or you know whatever your dream car is okay imagine your product being a vehicle okay just a means to an end now if that in that metaphor your system will be the engine for that vehicle make sense so the system is what's going to drive product sales now stay with me because I'm going to give you a million dollar idea here that most people don't think about number three what we need is we need the right traffic okay and I want to talk to you a little bit about that now have you seen this have you seen this being taught in the marketing world probably have right if you've been you know in the marketing space for any period of time pretty much this is it now what's the system well a system is something that that captures your you know you sent so the formulas like this you send traffic okay to the system okay and then typically what people will say right is you know the system usually promotes the product whatever it is that you promote it right wrong okay wrong let me tell you what we do that that allows us to dominate any promotion like product is is important but it's kind of irrelevant okay now we don't promote any products that we don't believe in right we promote great products by great companies world-class companies that that are super high demand okay I'm going to walk you through some of those and the products got to be great okay but there's a lot of people who will promote anything just to make a buck and I don't recommend that okay now stay with me here here's a big caveat here this is this is a formula that the masses are using and they don't understand how to do it properly okay now we're not going to set we're not going to have our system sell the product if you're writing things down write this down it's going to be a million dollar idea for you never ever ever sell a product directly you don't want to sell the product directly why don't you want to sell the product directly that's what the competition is doing okay if you're doing what your competition is doing you will be competing you don't want to compete I want to sell products that are super competitive okay in high demand but I don't want to sell like the competition is selling it because I want to dominate here's how I dominate okay check this out every product every product has something that it promises okay something the big R okay it's a result okay the big R the result now check this out why would I want to here here's a simplest metaphor simplest example for you to understand why would I why would I go to the store and buy this marker this Expo dry erase marker right why would I want to buy this see this is my product why would I want to buy this do I want to buy this just to just to have a marker on my desk no I would never buy that for that right why I will buy this marker for the result for the outcome that I want to get as a result of getting this marker my sense I want buy this marker so I can draw something on this whiteboard that you can see okay simple thing right it's that whole you know metaphor of you know the hole and drill you know people don't buy the drill just to buy the drill they buy the drill to to make a hole in the wall okay now check out what happens in this space and the reason most people are failing is because they're selling products and they're trying to push the product into the you know into the into the consumers throat and it doesn't work okay now what I want to do is I want to identify what that product what's the result that the product promises and I'm going to have my system promote the result that this product deliver so my formula looks something like this okay you see that it's a big difference it makes this right here makes all the difference maybe I just literally gave you the key to freedom okay if you understand this now a lot of people will watch this they will not necessarily understand it I'm going to walk you through the actual systems part here and tell you exactly how we do it okay but that's how we're crushing it okay that's how a question I'm going to tell you you know the products we you know that we some of the products that we have build systems for in just a minute you you're about to see something that you have not seen happen in this industry before now check it out now we go to these different pools of people okay this might be you know internet marketing crowd here okay this might be I don't know insurance industry okay so you have all these different pools of people who are interested in the result that whatever product you're promoting promises to deliver mic sense so product becomes a means to an end very very simple to understand right so what we need to do is when it comes to the right traffic you don't need a hundred thousand visitors a day you don't really need that what you need is you need a hundred visitors okay if you have if you if you if you a lot of people you know will preach this you know what just get as much traffic as you possibly can well what happens if your traffic is not really targeted and you have this formula all go wrong well you're spending a ton of money in traffic right you're like going so broad that you know you're just you're just wasting so much money in traffic to get very little result in conversions because you're not doing this right right so what I want to do is I want identify what is the result that this guy wants or this guy wants I don't want to I want to identify these pools of people and then I want to I want to have the system talk about the result okay that they want the system does the presentation and the product is what delivers that result to them but I want to target the traffic I'm going to talk to you about the traffic in a bit here okay now this make sense so my friend this is a formula okay if you get this will allow you to multiply your income literally overnight okay so take a look at what you're doing if you're promoting anything if you if you're looking at this and you're like dude I get it conceptually but please help me with this let me show you something okay let me show you something now check this out here is what we do okay what we did is we said look a lot of people who are new ok they will look at that and they'll be like well okay I get it conceptually but when it actually comes to putting this into practice people get stuck why do people get stuck because a you know a step number one is how do I figure I product there is hundreds of thousands of products that's out there okay I'm about to walk you through and literally show you what we do that allows our people okay to potentially generate start generating income online in our space and in fact we're going to multiple niches literally within the next three to five days okay very very realistic not a promise not a guarantee but that's what we see happening okay you. 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Upload date Jan 23 2020
SEO (SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION)
WHAT IS SEO (SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION) this is search engine optimization in collaboration with search engine land imagine for a minute that you're a librarian but not a normal one you're a librarian for every book in the world people depend on you every day to find the exact book they need how do you do it you need a system you need to know what's inside every book and how books relate to each other your system needs to take in a lot of information and spit out the best answers for patrons questions it's not an easy job search engines like Google and Bing are the librarians of the internet their systems collect information about every page on the web so they can help people find exactly what they're looking for and every search engine has a secret recipe called an algorithm for turning all that information into useful search results now if you own a website search results matter when your pages have higher rankings they help more people find you the key to higher rankings is making sure your website has the ingredients search engines need for their recipes this is called search engine optimization or SEO as it turns out most of the big ingredients are known let's take a look first words matter search engines account for every word on the web this way when someone searches for shoe repair the search engines can narrow results to only the pages that are about those words second titles matter each page on the web has an official title but you may not ever see it because it's in the code search engines pay a lot of attention to page titles because they often summarize the page like a book's title third links between websites matter when one web page links to another it's usually a recommendation telling readers this site has good information a web page with a lot of links coming to it can look good to search engines but some people try to fool the search engines by creating or by bogus links all over the web that point to their own website usually search engines can detect when a site has a lot of them and they account for it by giving links from trustworthy sites more weight in the recipe fourth the words that are used in links matter to if your web page says Amazon has lots of books and the word books is linked search engines can establish that amazon.com is related to the word books this way when someone searches for books that site will rank well lastly search engines care about reputation sites with a consistent record of fresh engaging content and growing numbers of quality links may be considered rising stars and do well in search rankings these are just the basics and the recipes are refined and changed all the time good SEO is about making sure your website has great content that's supported by the ingredients that search engines need for their recipes. HOW SEO WORK today 94% of consumers and businesses search the internet before buying a new product or service they submit their keywords for search and get a list of relevant websites in return people tend to visit websites that are at the top of these lists because they appear to be more relevant to their search most find their competitors at the top of these lists studies show that if your website is not at the top of these lists you'll never reach your customers online if you've ever wondered why your competitors rank is better than yours then no it's because of a marketing technique called SEO SEO means search engine optimization this technique helps your site rank higher than the millions of other sites in response to certain keywords when searched the search engine system collects information about every page on the web and can help people find exactly what they're looking for when your page gets higher rankings it helps more people to find you to get higher rankings your website must have all the ingredients that search engines are looking for this is where SEO can help SEO looks for text contents links page titles and other pieces of relevant information contained in the HTML code of your website this way when someone searches for books the search engine will narrow the results to show pages that contain the word searched for to get more business your website has to be on the first page of all the major search engines for the specific keywords that are relevant to your potential customers without SEO your site will never be found online by your customers in today's competitive world you need solid SEO techniques to get your site to the top of the search results.
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YOUTUBE CHANNEL Hello Everyone YOU guys are going to learn how to start your own successful YouTube channel in super simple steps and I'll also show you how to make money off of it. So without further ado, let's start the show you guys probably watch your favorite YouTubers and your mobile devices or on your TV and have wondered how did they start making YouTube videos? So I'm here to demystify the process behind starting your own YouTube channel and I'll keep it very simple! We'll make that in 4 easy steps! Now feel free to check the description down below. Everything we're going to talk about in this video will be linked down there. So step number 1 is to open your Google Account. Now you go on the Google website, and you sign in for an account if you don't already have one. That will give you access to your YouTube sign in and you'll be able to create your channel that way. So that leads us to step number 2. Now you go on YouTube and you sign in. Now in the top right corner, you'll notice the My Channel option. You click on that and you select the "Use business or another name" option as you want to give your channel a brand and identity. So step number 3, you give your channel a name. You type in a name that will be specific to your channel which will let your audience know a bit what you're about and you simply click the create button. From there, you're going to be taken to your channel's main page, where you can start putting your personal touch and making it your own. For example, you're going to be able to add your channel art. So that's the banner on the top part of the website. And you'll be able to edit your channel thumbnail, maybe put a picture of yourselves or anything that you guys might find cool. Now the last step, and that's the fun part, step number 4, is to start uploading videos! To upload videos, you simply click the upload button on the top right corner of your page. So here are some helpful tips that I can give you guys to help you in your creative process. First of all, you have to make sure that you build a brand identity. I can't stress that enough! It is very important. You probably noticed that your favorite YouTubers are very good at what they do and they have a specific niche in which they play in. They might be product reviewers in the tech/gadget business, they might be pranksters, they might be daily vloggers, they might be people who like cooking, they might like adventure or sports. You have to find what YOU are good at and what kind of stuff you'd have to bring to an audience. There might be stuff that you're very passionate about, there might be things that you have a very high knowledge or skill set about. So those are the kinds of things you have to look into and ask yourself how can I bring that in a fun and entertaining way to my viewers. So another tip for building your brand identity is to make sure you have some sort of channel art or logo or even your name that's displayed out there and that you'll be using consistently in every single video. This way, people will identify with you and understand that "Oh, look at that! I know that logo! This is THAT person!" You can also add a cool intro. You probably noticed at the beginning of this video my intro. And at the end of your videos make sure you have some sort of an outro and call to actions. So you want to create bonds with your audience. Viewers are EVERYTHING! Now to start producing videos, you're going to need at least some basic form of equipment. That can be your cell phone. Those are becoming very very good. Or you can go a step above and buy an entry-level DSLR like the Canon Rebel series. You'll also need some sort of video editing software. Now it doesn't have to be very expensive. Some free ones do a decent job for you guys to startup. On the PC side with Windows, you have the Microsoft Movie Maker and on the Apple side with macOS, you have iMovie. Now those are both free and super simple to use! If you want to check out the equipment that I use to produce my videos, click the video up here. And you guys will have a full description of everything that I use. So now for a part that you guys have probably been waiting for: how do you make money off of YouTube? Well, I'll keep it simple for you, and we'll break it down in three easy steps. So step number 1, is to open an account with Google AdSense. AdSense is a free and easy way to earn money by placing ads in your videos! So basically, the more your viewers click on your videos, the more money you earn! After you reach a certain threshold, Google sends you a paycheque directly to your house or into your bank account. It's that simple! Step number 2, is to join an Affiliates Program. So what's an Affiliate Program? It's major brands that allow you to review a certain product in your videos and you add a link in the video description and when people click on it, they've taken to that brand's website so they can purchase that product. When users click or buy an item, you're given a commission. One of the biggest and most known Affiliate Programs is the one from Amazon. Amazon makes it very simple for you guys to open an Affiliate account and start promoting items in your videos. So when people go ahead and click on a link that you included in your video description, they're taken to the Amazon website and you get the commission. Yeah, it's that simple! So step number 3, is sponsors. So basically, as your channel grows, and you're building more authority, you're going to be adding more and more subscribers. Well, that growth will eventually be noticed by major brands and they might approach you to either send you an item for a review, or they can sponsor the production of your video. Give you a sort of payment in exchange for you doing something for them. Now a lot of Youtubers will agree with me in saying that two factors are very important when you start your channel. Number 1: is produce high-quality content. I can't stress that enough. Your videos have to be fun and entertaining and engaging. And number 2: you're going to have to make sure that you have consistency. You have to keep uploading videos. Now YouTube isn't the kind of place where you're going to produce one video per year and thinks you're going to become rich. That's not how YouTube works. You have to see your channel as a form of business and you have to be involved in your business. Now you see? It's not that complicated starting your own YouTube channel! So if you follow my tips and tricks, you guys will be on your way and hopefully make it to the top as well. I hope you enjoyed this article. THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 22 2020
GRAPHIC DESIGNING Hello and welcome to graphic design. From what graphic design is, skills to be a graphic designer, design theory, the education you need, the equipment you need, to the graphic design portfolio and interview advice, this article is for anyone at any level. So if you're interested in graphic design and considering becoming a graphic designer, join me as I discuss the article of graphic design topics. So you're interested in graphic design, perhaps considering becoming a graphic designer and looking to learn more in this article I'm going to discuss what is graphic designing so mainly youngsters and people who are thinking about pursuing graphic design and want to know what graphic design is and if it's right for them. Now I have often found this a really hard question, as it does not have a simple answer without some degree of explanation. Now if you google this it will tell you that: 'Graphic design is the art or skill of combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines or books So quite a simple and accurate explanation there, though I happen to think there's more to it than that. In this article, I'm going to attempt to answer this question and give you my take on it from my experience. so what is graphic design? Well, let's start simple. So with graphic design, we have two things: We have graphics and design. The graphic is visual, which is associated with art, imagination, and expression, involving many mediums such as drawing painting engraving or lettering has given clear and explicit detail. So the graphic part of graphic design is made up of visual elements, the building blocks of design. The basic visual elements that combine to create graphic design include the following: Line, Colour, Shape, Texture, Space, Form, and Typography Through the harness of our artistic expression we choose these visual elements and arrange them on a surface in a layout to convey an idea. Now the second part is designed, which is to decide upon the look and function of something before it is made. So design is thinking, problem-solving and practicality.... theory. In graphic design, some rules can be considered. These rules are called 'The principles of design'. These principles all have a relationship between each other and appear in every well-designed piece of work you see. So the design principles make the design in 'graphic design'. A good grasp of design theory will mean there is always substance behind your work. The key principles of design are Contrast, Hierarchy, Alignment, Balance, Proximity, Repetition, Simplicity, and Function. When we bring both the visual elements and the design principles together we have a graphic design. Graphic design is not drawing, graphic design is not painting, graphic design is not creating a poster or a quick logo on your computer, these things are the means to the end and are skills in their own right. Graphic design is not about making things look pretty, graphic design is the organization and presentation of information, developed through a creative process for a particular function. In graphic design we must first understand information, a message or a brief and then research, think, imagine and develop and create a solution, a concept to communicate that information, tell a story, a message or idea in a visual way. It's only once we have a solid idea developed through the design process we can use our skills with layout, color, typography and creative tools to bring that idea to life Once upon a time that would have been with just the aid of a pencil or a paintbrush on paper. Today it's all those things and more. Today we also have cameras, computers, and printers, since the invention of the print press which enabled reproduction on a mass scale graphic design has been used to communicate and spread messages worldwide. Through the evolution of technology, today we are surrounded by an abundance of visual communication. Today graphic design is implemented across a broad spectrum of media both print and digital such as Advertising, Branding, Web design, Interface design, Magazine layout, Paper engineering and packaging, TV, Motion Graphics, Infographics, Signage, Art and Installations, and Digital art. If you are looking to pursue a career in graphic design you will inevitably end up creating work across one of those sectors. Over many decades in the past graphic design has shaped culture through pop art, political art, and commercial art. Today graphic design has a big commercial site, it's associated heavily with commerce and used to sell and advertise things, but that's not all it has to be. The power of graphic design to inform, influence and instruct on a commercial level can also be used to educate and inspire a generation I believe graphic design is the unity of two opposing forces, artistic expression and practical application, design theory. As a graphic designer, these two forces will always be at odds with each other in your mind. when you can harness these two forces together in harmony, then you can create great visual communication. So that's an introduction to what graphic design is. For any of you that were unsure of what graphic design is. I hope that has helped to explain. In this article, I mentioned that graphic design is made of two things visual elements and design principles. THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 22 2020
Upload date Jan 22 2020
GOOGLE ADSENSE Introduction To Adsense Hello Everyone Today We're Going To Be Talking About Adsense And How It Works. AWESOME SOURCE OF ADVERTISING Google Has Made Adsense An Awesome Source Of Advertising And Revenue For Both Advertisers And Website Developers Adsense Gives Website Developers The Ability To Get Their Name In Front Of Their Target Audience And Since The Ads Are Relevant To The Information That The Browser Will Find On The Other Side Of Their Ad Their Conversion Rate Will Be Quite High. HOW IT WORK Adsense Works Like This Google Goes Through All The Websites Out There As They Are Starting Up Or Launched And Stores All Of The Information It Can About These Web Sites Google Then Ranks These Websites For Certain Keywords That They Think Are Relevant To The Content On The Website Then From There Advertisers Place A Bid On How Much They Are Going To Pay For Each Click Through To Their Website The Rat Is Then Displayed At The Top Of Google In The Sponsored Ads You Always See In The Yellow This Means That They Are Getting In Front Of Their Targeted Customers. HOW TO BECOME AN ADSENSE PUBLISHER To Become An Adsense Publisher You Need To Have A Website First Off You Also Should Have Quality Content On Your Website And Should Take Pride In Providing Great Information To Your Viewers You Should Also Have A Goal Behind Your Site And A Target Audience That You're Going To Be Going After Then Other Types Of Advertising Such As An Affiliate Program Or Weekly Newsletter Are Great You Send Out To Everyone Who Signs Up. KEYWORD SELECTION But Now The Most Important Part Of Adsense Is Keyword Selection And We Are Going To Get Into This Briefly Here This Is Also The Hardest Part About Adsense And To Make It Easier On You You Should Go After Keywords That Have Lower Competition Don't Go Trying To Beat Out The Big Boys Because You Will Never Win And They Will Put A Big Hole In Your Pocket Also You Should Try To Think Of Future Keywords That People May Not Be Searching For Now But Will Be In The New Near Future Because Then You Can Start Optimizing Your Site Now And Be Way Ahead Of The Game For That Keyword But It Becomes Popular But Most Of All You Have To Pick Great Keywords And Keywords That Can Be Monetized If You Are Just Going After General Keywords You Will Never Make Much From Adsense Or Have A Successful Adsense Campaign. HOW TO SELECT KEYWORD To Select A Great Keyword You Need To Think Of Your Target Audience Who Are They And What Do They Want You Have To Give The People What They Want Once You Have Figured This Out You Need To Check The Google Keyword Tool Search Volume For These Keywords To Make Sure People Are Searching For It This Can Also Help You Find Out More Keywords Related To The Topic At Hand Then From Here You Have To Scope Out Your Competition Type The Keyword Into Google And See You Is Ranking For This Keyword If There Are Big Authority Sites With Lots Of Information Providing All Different Topics Of Information Don't Go After Those Are The Big Boys But If It's Just One Person With A Couple Blog Posts On Their Website Or Even Though A Blogger Com Blog Go For It Then It's Very Low Competition.THERE ADSENSE PRIVACY POLICIES Google Adsense Launched New Policy 2019 And Google Adsense Account Approval Process 2019 Blogger And Website Let's Give This Video Some Good Info On It Thank You So Much Let's Start Content Policies Publishers May Not Place Adsense Code On Pages With Content That Violates Any Of Our Content Policies Some Examples Include Content That Is Adult Shocking Or Advocates Racial Intolerance Beautiful Content Policies Pages With Google Ads May Not Include Adult Themes In Family Content Pornography Adult Or Mature Content Shocking Content Content That Threatens Or Advocates Harm To Oneself Or Others Content That Harris's Intimidates Or Bullies An Individual Or Group Of Individuals Content That Incites Hatred Against Promotes Discrimination Of Or Disparages An Individual Or Group On The Basis Of Their Race Or Ethnic Origin Religion Disability Age Nationality Veteran Status Sexual Orientation Gender Gender Identity Or Another Characteristic That Is Associated With Systemic Discrimination Or Marginalization Excessive Profanity Hacking Cracking Content Software Or Other Content That Violates The Unwanted Software Policy Malware Or Headway Illicit Drugs And Drug Paraphernalia Content Content That Promotes Sells Or Advertisers Products Obtained From Endangered Or Threatened Species Online Sale Of Alcoholic Beverages Sales Of Tobacco Or Tobacco Related Products Sales Of Prescription Drugs Sales Of Weapons Or Ammunition Eg Firearms Firearm Components Fighting Knives Stun Guns Instructions On The Enhancement Or Self-Assembly Of Weapons Eg 3d Printing Of Weapons Conversion Kits 80% Finished Parts Sales Or Distribution Of Coursework Or Student Essays Content Regarding Programs Which Compensate Users For Clicking Heads Or Offers Performing Searches Surfing Websites Or Reading Emails Any Other Content That Is Illegal Promotes Illegal Activity Or Infringes On The Legal Rights Of Others Publishers Are Also Not Permitted To Place Adsense Code On Pages With Content Primarily In An Unsupported Language Invalid Clicks And Impressions Clicks On Google Ads Must Result From Genuine User Interest Any Method That Artificially Generates Clicks Or Impressions On Your Google Ads Is Strictly Prohibited These Prohibited Methods Include But Are Not Limited To Repeated Manual Clicks Or Impressions Automated Click And Impression Generating Tools In The Use Of Robots Or Deceptive Software Please Note That Clicking Your Own Ads For Any Reason Is Prohibited Ad Placement Beautiful Ad Placement Policies Google Ads Search Boxes For Search Results May Not Be Integrated Into A Software Application That Is Not Applied To AdMob Of Any Kind Including Toolbars Displayed In Pop-Ups Or Pop-Unders Including Where A Page Containing Google Ads Search Boxes Or Search Results Is Loaded In A Pop-Up Or Pop Under Placed Inside Emails Or On Pages Where Email Messages Are The Primary Focus Placed On Pages Where Dynamically Generated Content Such As Live Chat Instant Messaging Or Auto Refreshing Of Comments Is The Primary Focus Of The Page Obscured By Elements On A Page Underneath Or Adjacent To Buttons Or Any Other Object Such That The Placement Of The Ad Interferes With The User's Typical Interaction With The App Or Ad Placed On Any Non Content-Based Page Does Not Apply To Adsense For Search On Mobile Adsense For Search Placed On Pages Published Specifically For The Purpose Of Showing Ads Placed On Pages Whose Content Or URL Could Confuse Users Into Thinking That They Are Associated With Google Due To The Misuse Of Lagos Trademarks Or Other Brand Features Placed On Within Or Alongside Other Google Products Or Services In A Manner That Violates The Policies Of That Product Or Service Placed On Pages That Frame Content Framing Content Is When A Site Or App Displays Someone Else's Site Within A Frame Or Window Without Permission From The Owners Of That Content THANK YOU! Now Thank You For Watching And Keep Your Eye Out For The Fully Detailed Keyword Selection Article That Is In The Works.
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GOOGLE ADWORDS so what is AdWords put simply AdWords is Google's online advertising platform that can help you drive interested people to your website ad words allows you to take advantage of the millions of searches conducted on Google each day you create ads for your business and choose when you want them to appear on Google above or next to the relevant search results the concept is simple you enter words that are relevant to your products or services and then AdWords shows your ad on Google when someone searches for that or related words so how does AdWords work say you searched for window repair Google combs through billions of web pages blogs and other listings to find the ones most relevant for window repair these are your search results look familiar right but wait there are thousands of search results here many of them are other businesses also providing window repair but not all businesses may be listed among the top results AdWords gives your business visibility even if your website is not in the top results AdWords can help get your business to appear on Google in front of many potential customers they search they find your business they click they could become your customers let's take a look at another example of how AdWords can help you grow your business say you want to attract customers in your local area AdWords lets you pick when and where you want your ads to show that is you could target your ads so that whenever people in your state region city or neighborhood search for businesses like yours your ads show up next to their search results with AdWords you can also display your ad on thousands of sites across the web your ads will show up when potential customers are visiting sites related to the products and services you offer for example let's say you sell fitness apparel your ads might appear on sites the discuss fitness workouts healthy living and related topics anyone browsing the web for new workout gear and learning about the latest fitness trend may be interested in buying from your site lastly every day millions of people access the internet from their mobile devices they research products and services search for local businesses and click on your ad from their mobile phones to call you directly for more information your potential clients are on the move and with AdWords your business can be wherever your customers are as you can see AdWords can help you attract new customers and grow your business online in addition to helping you create ads that target the people most likely to buy your products and services at the time they're most ready it also helps you manage and control your advertising spend without words you select the maximum amount you're willing to spend and you only pay when someone clicks on your ad and visits your site so what is AdWords know it can be a key part to marketing and growing your business online it allows potential customers to find you on Google and many other web sites you only pay when your customers click on your ad and then actually visit your website it lets potential clients know you're open for business online it's the smart way to attract customers on the go it's a handy way to attract potential from near or far take your online marketing to the next level and set up your AdWords account today What are Google Ads? How Google AdWords Works you understand how Google Ads works it's important to understand how Google works and with Google it always starts with a person this person has a thought or an idea and they have a question of something they want to search on Google so what do they do they go to Google to try to get this question answer to get this pain point solved now this is the key part when people search on Google they want to find the answer to something and this is your opportunity to show your company to show your product to show the solution that your business has to this person's problem and within Google there's what's called the organic results and these are the things that Google puts in the search results for free because it's just really high quality content and Google knows that it's gonna provide a solution but Google puts at the top of the search results paid ads and the way to get to the top of the search results on these paid ads is through the Google ads platform used to be called Adwords but it's since changed its name to Google ads so to get to the top of the search results on Google you have to pay and I'll explain how this works in just a minute but let's recap what happened here someone had a question a concern some kind of a pain that they needed a solution for they went to Google and when they googled it your company your business showed up at the top of the search results at this point you might be wondering why use Google Ads especially because right below it is the organic search results which Google puts there for free once you rather just be an organic search results and the answer is yes it'd be great to be an organic search results but that is very very hard to do you have to write really high quality content get lots of Link's pointing to you the benefit of using Google Ads is it accelerates your results and the way it works is you might tell Google you know what I want my ad to be on the top of the search results for a certain keyword in a keyword is whatever someone searches in Google so for instance you might tell Google I want to be at the top of the search results anytime someone types in the word peanut butter now Google wants to get paid for this and so what you tell Google is I'm willing to give you $1 every time someone clicks on my app now you don't pay unless someone clicks on your ad now it's a bidding system someone else might along and say I'll pay $1 10 they would go to the top of the search results and so the more people involved the higher the bid potentially could be now it does get a little bit more complicated than that but this simple version is you pay Google every time someone clicks on your ad and the way it works too is you know every time someone clicks on the ad it cost you $1 if you can make $2 on average every time someone clicks on your ad it makes sense so a quick example of this is it cost you $1 per click and if everyone average every 10 people that click on your website you make a sale and every time you make a sale you do $20 in profit you spent $10 to get $20 in profit you should do that all day long and that's how Google ads works and part of the reason why it's so powerful but it doesn't stop there the other thing that makes Google ads so powerful is not only can you target very specific keywords you can actually target by geography or what time of the day you want to show your ads for or what kind of device someone is using are they using a cell phone or a computer so you can get very analytical in figure things out that work for you in your business now a quick tip if you are selling peanut butter for instance you wouldn't want to bid on the keyword peanut butter because people search peanut butter for a ton of different crazy reasons instead you'd want to bid on a more targeted keyword like organic 16-ounce peanut butter because the person that's searching that is much more likely to buy your product than someone that's searching something more generic this is called a longtail keyword and is another reason why Google Ads can be so powerful another very important thing to know about Google ads is you need to split test the message split test what's called your ad copy so you might have an ad that looks like this but maybe you can write a better ad and you might want to try a second one out so the message and this is the actual wording that shows up when someone is about to click on your ad is very important and Google has a feature that will let you test different messages and the goal is to get a message that converts as high as possible meaning that out of every 100 times someone sees your ads how often do they actually click on your ad you want that number to be as high as possible this is called your click-through rate the better your click-through rate is the lower Google will charge you per click so to sum all this up this is what's called a funnel at the the funnel is everybody in the world that is searching peanut butter now of those people that are searching peanut butter a small percentage of them will actually click on your ad and of those people that click on your ad a small percentage of them will actually purchase your product and that's what's important you want to try to grow every section of this as you can because ideally a hundred percent of people that search for peanut butter would go to your website and a hundred percent of those people would buy your product it's not realistic so the way to increase your sales is to increase the percentage that goes through every step of your funnel. THANK YOU!
Upload date Jan 22 2020