Tuesday, August 14, 2012

A Sure Way To Make Money Online For Free, No Gimmick

Welcome Guest,

   Yesterday, August 13, 2012, "Real Internet Home Business Thats Free" reached its 1 year anniversary, and since then, I have made lots of money online with my websites. This blog provides free information on how you can surely "Make Money Online".

    Many who have read this blog might say, looks like its explaining "How to build a Website" instead of "How to Make Money Online". Well, thats is essentially it, in order to "Make Money Online" you must first have your "Own Website".  While there are many online sites that promise that you will "Make Money Online" if you sign up with them for a nominal fee, not very many can deliver on their promise (Most are just Scams). You'll either wind up spending money on a "Squiddo" (Cookie Cutter Site, example: "yoursitename.theirsitename.com") that only generates tremendous "link juice" to their "TLD" (Top Level Domain) while you never receive a penny in return. In short, build your own website, monetize it and reap the benefits of tremendous profit.

   Here, I teach you step by step how to build your own website, from purchasing of the domain name to hosting it on a server, to monetizing it by placing "Ad Earning Campaigns" (PPC or Pay Per Click) throughout your site once it becomes live on the net.

   This by far is the "Best Internet Home Business Idea" on the market, there is no other site that would offer this much info to you for free. This is the only way to truly live debt free, and make a lucrative income right from home in your spare time. Dare to be "Rich", follow this plan and you will have money to travel, go vacationing any where in the world and have purchasing power to live debt free. Most heavy traffic website owners make a residual income alone from their website of approximately $20,000 to $50,000.

   The information contained in this blog is very valuable, and Im offering it to you for free, when I first started there was no place on the internet like this where you could find this much information all in one place for free. 

Thanks for reading and prosperity to all.


The Gift Connoisseur

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Real Internet Home Business Thats Free

Real Internet Home Business Thats Free, No Gimmick, No Cost For These Tips:

   Are you looking to start your own Internet Home Based Business, but don't know how to start or where to get information? In this article I will teach you step by step how to start your own home business over the Internet. You will learn how to setup a simple website and how to monetize it, so that you can make a profit. I will also teach you simple steps on how to optimize your website for search engines.

   If you are totally "Newbee" to web-design and or Internet-commerce business, I would suggest before you get started here in the details below, that you take a look at my other blogs in this series,  where I explain the basics of "SEO" in my "How To Find Available Keywords".

   As stated above, if you are new to this, I can't stress enough how important it will be for you to take a look at my previous blog before you get started here, you can get to it quickly from the link above.

   The First step in setting up you "Home Based Internet Business" would be to think of which market you would prefer to operate, there are many, or more fundamentally, what are you going to call your business. Tip: you should have a unique domain name that is as closely identical to your "DBA" (Doing Business Advertisement)  as possible. Although, I have stated above that Im giving you this information for free and there's no charge, however, you will have to pay for your own "Domain Name", hosting, and "DBA" operating licenses, etc.  Now, the fee's for Domain Names is usually pretty cheap, most hosting companies will register "TLD" (Top-Level Domains) names for around $4.99 to about $12.00 a year depending upon the analytics of the particular keyword you wish to register, (That's Right I Said A Year), However, you may have to pay a little bit more for the hosting of your domain. Hosting is usually around $4.99 to $5.99 a month, but you will have to get that for the full year, so it should be around $100 or so. One of my personal favorites is "GoDaddy" which has great prices and is usually running a sale of 10% and sometimes 20% off of total purchase on hosting.

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   Once you have purchased your domain name and hosting account services, you will be ready to start with the actual developing of your website. Now, if you are complete "NewBee" to web-design I would suggest that you  take some time to at least learn some of the basics of "HTML"(Hyper-Text Markup Language). Further in this article I will explain the basics to "HTML", but for now I will give you some resources to find "WYSIWYG" (What You See Is What You Get) "HTML" Editor programs that will allow you to design simple web pages without having any "Coding" knowledge. See list below:
  1. Word Press
  2. Microsoft Visual Studio
  3. Microsoft Expression
  4. Coffee Cup HTML Editor
  5. Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Suite 5
   These are just a few of the many "HTML" editors out there that offer "WYSIWYG" functions for those who are "non-webmasters". You will also want to familiarize yourself with "FTP" (File Transfer Protocol) (See Fig.1 Below), it is the software you will be using to upload and download files  to and from your host server, a process that makes adding images and files to your website simple (Publishing Files to your Website). The "FTP" software will give you a snapshot of whats already uploaded to your host server on one side of the screen and the local files on your computer hard-drive on the other. There are a few "FTP" programs available on the market today, one good program that's usually free to download as long as you agree to the license is "FileZilla".  However, most "HTML" editors like "Microsoft Expression" and "Adobe Dreamweaver" have built in "FTP's", so you won't need one. But, let me warn you before you go out and buy, please take the time to at least learn the basics to "HTML", and more importantly to take it a step further from what Im going to teach you below. Also, please note that programs like "Microsoft Expression" and "Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Suites" are much more expensive, but well worth every dollar you spend on them, as I use both myself, and more over they are a little bit more complex, so be warned, that they are mostly used by webmasters like myself,  so again I stress the importance of learning as much of the coding as possible. Now, there are some companies that offer "Web Templates" that will also be helpful in getting started and I will give you some resources for that as well later in this article, But keep in mind that there will be a cost associated with having a company help you to build your website.  My purpose in this blog is to help you to get started without any cost other than the actual purchasing of your domain names, hosting and HTML Editor software.

Figure 1. Screenshot (File Transfer Protocol)

   Now lets look at some of the basics to "HTML" code. Below is a standard format for all "HTML" code including "XHTML". See example Below:

         1. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"

         2. <html>
             <title>your web page title here</title>
             <meta keywords="your keywords here" />
             <meta description="a brief description of your website goes here" />
              <h1>your page heading</h1>
             <h2>your sub-heading</h2>
             <div your video or image>Place your video or images(JPEG) here</div>
             <p1>your first paragraph or text about your website or idea</p1>
             <p2>your second paragraph or text etc.</p2>(repeat <p2>, or <p3> if necessary)

   Line 1 is the document type declaration which is used to declare the type of coding used, in this case "XHTML" (Extensible Hyper-text Markup Language) and the language "English". This information is always the first line of code in any website, the "DTD" (document type declaration).

   For this lesson the we will refer to the enclosed < > as tags.

   Line 2 above is the called the opening tag for the "HTML" document.  "<html>"
Note that each set of tags above has an opening tag "<html>" and a forward slash in the closing tag "</html>", this is necessary to keep tags "un-escaped" or more less to inform your browser how elements should be displayed and when they come to an end. Now this is just basic "HTML" code there are many other more complex forms of coding that I won't be able to teach you in this lesson for example: PHP. ASP. AJAX, SQL and Javascript. Also, there are basic "CSS" (Cascading Style Sheets) code that gives instructions to your browser that determines colors, shapes and sizes and basic functions that, again I cannot teach you in this lesson, but you can research them in your spare time.

  Once you have began developing your website you may want to keep in mind that you may later want to add a "Sign-up", or "Login/Register" page for users or subscribers to your website or blog. To achieve this you will need to understand a little about "Server Side Query". In order to have "Server Side Query" you will need to have a "MySQL" database loaded onto your "Hosting Server". Once your "MySQL" database has been setup and installed on your hosting server you will be able to create and add a user "Login/Sign-in" page to your website. The "MySQL" database is necessary to store user generated data, such as username, password, member-only pages, shopping carts and user verification. It basically checks the user entered information against a secure database to verify that it is authentic before secure information is released to the users. That information could be as simple as allowing a user to view a secure page of your website or to complete a "Point of Sale" transaction, which you the site owner would receive compensation by credit card etc. "Note: for Credit Card Acceptance" you will also need to be hosted on an "SSL" Server, very important!  That being said you will need to familiarize yourself with some of the basics to "PHP" code.  Many Hosting companies like "GoDaddy" offer a Free "MySQL" database with their hosting plans and "SSL" servers.

  Also if you try to open up notepad on your computer and attempt to write "PHP" code, it won't work, you will need to download the "Apache Friends" software, most are free such as "Xampp" or "WAMP" these are "GNU" (General Public Use) software and both are compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Unix and Solaris and are free as long as you agree to the license agreement. Note: The "Apache" software is absolutely necessary for testing and writing "PHP" code in notepad, otherwise it won't work.

Below I have written some sample "PHP" code for a simple "Sign-in" Page, Simply copy and paste this code into your "HTML" document. (PHP Code is Totally Compatible with any HTML document) Note: Its best to add a new Blank HTML page to your website and name it "Sign-in".

Step 1. Your Sign in form (Sample HTML for Sign-in Form) (Create a new page and call it "Sign-in")

<form method="post" action="link of the page having sign-up script here">
<table border="0">
<tr><td>username: </td><td><input type="text" name="username" /></td></tr>
<tr><td>Password: </td><td><input type="password" name="password" /></td></tr>
<tr><td>Confirm Password: </td><td><input type="password" name="confirm_password" /></td></tr>
<tr><td></td><td><input type="submit" value="submit" /></td></tr>

Step 2. Your "MySQL" database connection file (connects your Sign-in page to your MySQL database)

/* This code will make a connection with database *
 /* Now, we select the database */
mysql_select_db("Database Name");
/* Now we will store the values submitted by form in variable */
/* we are now encrypting password while using md5() function */
 /* Now we will check if username is already in use or not */
$queryuser=mysql_query("SELECT * FROM login WHERE username='$username' ");
if($checkuser != 0)
{ echo "Sorry, ".$username." is already been taken."; }
else {
/* now we will check if password and confirm password matched */
if($pass != $confirm_password)
{ echo "Password and confirm password fields were not matched"; }
else {
/* Now we will write a query to insert user details into database */
$insert_user=mysql_query("INSERT INTO login (username, password) VALUES ('$username', '$password')");
{ echo "Registration Succesfull"; }
{ echo "error in registration".mysql_error(); }
/* closing the if else statements */

Notice: The above "PHP" Code has the  "MD5" script imbedded into it, this encrypts the data being entered by the user to the database which makes your users data secure and it also prevents the user from entering dangerous scripts to hack or corrupt your MySQL database.

Further, be sure to start all "PHP" code with the tag <?php and be sure and put the closing tag ?>

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