Blog to Earn Quick Bucks!

Blog is now days one of the most popular and quickest way of communication. The concept is picking up very fast. People are getting addicted to blog and call themselves as bloggers! It is a very easy an interesting way to make money online. It can be done as a part time job. All you have to do is take out a few hours and you can earn online. This is kind of an online business, which helps you to work from home. Part time jobs may require 5-6 hrs daily, but this option of making money online requires only two hours a day. It is one of the internet businesses that earn you a descent salary.

What is a blog? A blog is sort of an open personal diary, which an individual can put on Internet. And it can be viewed by anyone. Most of the blogs invite comments and remarks. A Blog generally carries personal details of the person, like some memories or special moments the person wants to share. The information is given in reverse chronological order- the latest information being on the top and the oldest one at the bottom. It is a fast way of communication. Any individual can create it by using soft wares available on Internet. Hyperlinks to other websites can also be added to make it famous. Some people also add videos and photographs. Blogs can be categorized on basis of the purpose served.

Personal blogs are the ones, which contain personal information. Businessmen create blogs for promotion of their product and its sales or to share some business information. Politicians have their own blogs. There are blogs with professional issues, journalism blogs,.fashion blogs telling you about the latest fashion and tips for the day. One can put comments or even ask questions. The questions are answered back and if it proves to be useful to the reader then the trail of blog starts.

You can popularize you blog by posting links to different web sites or by posting articles, poetry, stories or any other documentation, which you think, would invite more public to read your blog. It can be political issues, philosophy, environmental issues, health, surveys or reviews on books, restaurants, movies, social issues etc. You can then link some products or advertisements, which sell or attract customers that in turn get you some commission from the merchant. Sell some blog space for advertisements. All you have to do is generate traffic towards your blog.

More is the number of visitors visiting your blog, more popularity your blog gains. Finally your blog will be able to show you the sales of the products viewed on it by the customers. These will create an online business for you. Update your blog regularly. Include most commonly searched topics in your blog. Your own skills can also se highlighted on your blog. Post articles that are most commonly searched for on Internet. You can also get paid every time you click on the ad. Google AdSense is the most popular program to earn money online every time you click on the ad. By following these few guidelines you can for sure make money online.

This is one of the most widespread option being use to work from home. Make sure that you blog has bright and attractive colours for different categories. If the entire blog is in one colour, make the content of the ad in different colour else it will go un noticed and no one would click on it. Get going!

Article Written by Chitra Atolia

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Blog to Earn Quick Bucks!

Social Media As a Platform for Fashion

It’s a fact – social media is booming. Players in the social networking world include; Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest to name a few. With more people connecting to share ideas and opinions, it is clear that these sites are perfect for launching new business – something that the fashion industry has picked up on.

So how are the players in the fashion world using social media? Many of the trendy insiders have realised the importance of social media, as it allows them a platform in which to generate interest quickly. Another major change is that the dialog between designers, bloggers and social media gurus has opened up. Designers understand their customers are consuming media at mach-5 speeds. Likewise, magazines realise it’s not about printing information three months after fashion weekends.

The integration of social media with fashion has come at a time where content is instantly accessible for consumers wherever and whenever they want it. Consumers are more tech savvy now; often using dual and in some cases triple screens. The boom in mobile phone technology means that every consumer wants to be seen with the latest gadgets.

Fashion and phones are a natural fit; especially now that manufacturers have collaborated with high end fashion houses to produce beautiful and trendy handsets (think of the new line of LG phones). Every fashion conscious consumer wants the latest and most fashionable phone available – especially if it enhances their lifestyle and makes connecting with others easier.

Almost every phone on the market now will allow a consumer to voice their opinion via a social medium and businesses realise this. Diesel integrated social media into one of their latest campaigns by setting up QR codes in their stores for different products. Consumers who entered the stores were invited to “like” the items on Facebook using their mobiles so they could let their friends know what they were looking at. This campaign has been praised for its ingenuity and proves the link between phones, fashion and social media is here to stay.

Whether you are interested in fashion or not, it is difficult to escape the constant bombardment of information on the latest fashions and trends that we receive through social media and the internet. From the fashion blogs, to the live streaming of catwalk shows from the main fashion weeks, to photo shoots and the social shopping where we get all sorts of opinions on different pieces of clothing through Facebook, Twitter and even retailers own websites.

The fashion industry is definitely becoming more accessible to the general public. Brands and retailers are not only using social media as a way of communicating with their customers but also a way of listening to them. Marc Jacobs is known to have set up his plus sized range based on feedback received through social media.

In the last few months, the latest craze amongst fashion enthusiasts and bloggers is voting and participating on a new social site called The Shopping Forecast, which also allows user to make outfits and enter fashion competitions. The interesting difference of this site is the voters opinion really counts. The information collected on the site will be used to help fashion industry buyers make more informed decisions on what to stock for the season ahead.

Retailers and fashion brands have also been involving the public in the design processes for their clothing. Just recently there has been a rush of retailers setting up programs to help gather customer feedback on the fashions and trends for the season ahead including Debenhams, ASOS and Calvin Klein.

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Social Media As a Platform for Fashion