The Internet originated in the late 1960s when the United States developed ARPAnet – Advanced Research Projects Agency network – a system of computers able to survive, even if partially, after a bomb attack.
That system was made by a lot of computers connected together, like a web.
That web was divided in LAN – Local Area Networks.
Those computers were able to communicate with each other even is some of them were out of service. From that time the Internet is by now world wide, or WWW – World Wide Web
The protocol that rules all these computers is TCP/IP:
TCP = Transmission Control Protocol
IP = Internet Protocol
The wonderful characteristic of this protocol is the way it deals with the information sent and received. The normal phone transmission works in this way:
From point A directly to point B, using cable or radio connection. So if something wrong happens to the radio transmitter or to the cable, the communication is impossible.
With the TCP/IP protocol, on the contrary, the connection from A to B is not direct.
The information (file) that we want to send is divided in several parts, packets, and each packet has a bit of the whole information.
Each packet has a header and a footer, where are store all the indication for delivery what is being sent (Address, sender, number of the packet).
These packets follow different paths of the net, passing through different computers, so even if some of them are not working, the file uses the ones which are working properly. The computers may be all over the world. After this trip the file is rebuilt in the right way.
For instance, if we send a file to a computer that is in a house close to our office, may be that before arriving to destination, it goes to Europe and back.
To try to understand just a bit this system, we can do this very simple example:
We want to send a letter to someone. Instead of sending just one sheet of paper, we could send 6 sheets. Each one contains 1/6 of the whole letter.
On the 6 envelopes we write the sender, the address of the receiving person and the number of the letter (Letter n. 1, letter n.2, and so on).
Then we can send all this letters, from several Post Office or from just one.
Have you ever imagined a situation in which to make extra money, you do not need to wake up, start thinking of how to get to work each day? Rather than working when you need to work, you only work when you want to. Through the internet, you can make a lot of money and live the kind of life you always dreams of. In this article, we will be discussing some of the ways you can make money online.
Here are 5 tips which I would like to share and help you to explore making money online. Go through each tip and choose the best one which will work for you. I believe with your perseverance, results will show gradually and turn into a long term passive income source for you.
CB Passive Income
The idea of CB Passive Income is teaching individual various methods of generating quick traffic which is then sent to a squeeze page. With this, you can build a money-making email list. After then, various Click Bank products are then sent to every email on the list. Once a sale is made through a link, a certain commission will be received by the owner of the list.
Freelancing is another simple approach in which you can make money on the internet. As a freelancer, you work online by offering little services. You can offer totally anything varying from writing, playing tricks, interpreting, making music, short video clips, voice overs, and lots more. Freelancing gives you the opportunity to make money online while doing what you love most.
Email marketing stands at the heart of each effective activity on the internet. If you are really serious about making money on the internet, email marketing is unquestionably a great avenue in doing this. If those email subscribers are effectively and acutely inspired by what you need to say, and they joined directly through your web page or blog, your rate of success will be much higher.
Websites that pay
Another way to make extra money while you work from home is by performing various tasks on some website. The task may range from shopping to taking surveys to testing products. Some of the websites include Swagbucks, InboxDollars, Project Payday, User testing, and so forth. However, do not dream of earning millions. Just an opportunity to save extra money.
Furthermore, certain companies are ready to hire your expertise, even if it requires that you work from home. You will be assigned specific tasks to handle. Once you complete the task, you will be get paid. Some of these work-at-home companies include CrowdSource, Liveops, Leap Force, and Demand Studios.
Implementing an email marketing strategy is crucial in amplifying your sales. In order to market your business and products for sale, you need to send emails to your prospective and existing clients. But before you perform this make sure that you are fully equipped with the rudiments of email marketing. Before you send emails to your target customers, take time to create an effective email marketing strategy. Beginning the procedure with definite strategy heightens your opportunity for success.
Basics Of Email Marketing
An email marketing strategy incorporates fundamental marketing principles with an extensive plan to reach out to customers by means of sending emails. Promoting your website using email is an effective mode of communication in reaching consumers considering the fact that large fraction of people these days are using email. After you have created a strong email marketing strategy, you can employ email newsletter programs and services to propel your messages to your customers in a professional approach.
Crafting The Content Of Your Email
The first aspect that you should look into when creating an email marketing strategy is the message that you want to convey to your valued customers. Of course, you also need to identify your tone for your emails. There are companies who prefer to apply a comical or humorous tone to engage their readers. You should also mull over on the length of the email message and the particulars that you want to tackle in each topic. Your decision on these details will rest on your awareness of your target market.
Segment Your Lists
Another important thing that you should pay attention to in implementing your email marketing strategy is list segmentation. Take time to group your consumers into smaller clusters their preferences, behaviors and interests. Doing list segmentation allows you to craft an appropriate message to these groups.
One more thing that you need to settle on is how many times you should send your email messages to your list. Sending constant email messages can drive your list members mad and could induce them to unsubscribe or delete your email instantaneously. It is also necessary that you avoid having your messages branded as spam by email providers. If you want to know the thoughts of your customers on how frequent they would want to receive an update from your company, you can simply ask them by using a poll at the end of your first email.
Traffic is the lifeblood of websites. Without traffic, your website isn’t serving its purpose in life. Of course, the traffic you get should be focused – so it’s often more a case of quality over quantity – but you still need it to show some sign of life!
1. Write good content
Written content is still the thing that the search engines index best. And, despite the rise in sites like YouTube and Pinterest, it’s still a major part of what people do on the web.
Apart from anything else, it’s usually quicker to read an article about a topic than it is to watch a video that takes 15 minutes or more to explain something you could have read and understood in less than 5 minutes. It’s also a lot easier to scroll to the right place in an article or website page than it is to do the same thing in a video.
Write good, informative content in a way that people will want to read. By all means break it up with pictures and maybe even a video. But making it readable is well worth the time you spend on it.
If you’re not a great writer, that’s probably not too much to worry about. But if you don’t like writing then you should find someone who does and who knows your subject to help you. There are plenty of budding writers on the web who can write well and don’t charge the earth
2. Get good backlinks
This one isn’t as easy as creating your own content but it needs to be done.
Most search engines take into account the backlinks pointing to your website as a sign of your importance and popularity.
Whilst you may not get the kind of quantity that sites like Wikipedia get, you can still get some!
The trick is to get a mix of backlinks. Google will notice the mixture of links you get and their diversity. Which means that you shouldn’t be tempted to go for some of the link building packages that concentrate on pages that only have above a certain page rank or that only give “do follow” links or that are predominately educational pages. That just isn’t natural.
The wider the variety of backlinks, the better. It also helps to have a reasonable number of backlinks from “relevant” pages. Interpretation of relevant varies but I tend to think that if the topic of the link is roughly in line with the topic of the page, that’s fine. So anything to do with bathrooms and plumbling would be OK to point to a plumber but a page talking about the ins and outs of Windows 8 wouldn’t be. That said, some natural links will be off topic so don’t fret if a small proportion of your backlinks aren’t strictly on topic.
3. Keep doing it
One thing that many webmasters do is stop doing work to keep their site alive in the eyes of users and the search engines.
The problem with that approach is that unless you’re the only person ever likely to be in your industry in your location (the modern equivalent of a one horse town) then that’s not good enough.
Some of the links you get this week will disappear over time as domain names aren’t renewed or sites have a change of practice.
Competitors will arrive – maybe direct ones that you know, maybe new entrants in your industry, maybe just someone who thinks they can make money selling adverts or leads.
All of which means that if you stand still on your website, you’re actually going backwards. Which is less easy to notice on the web than it is in the real world but will happen nonetheless.
If you’d like affordable help to increase your website traffic then contact me, Trevor Dumbleton, for no obligation chat to see whether we can work together.