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RapidShare Hack

rslogo Rapidshare keeps tracks of its users by their ip addresses. They limit ip addresses to a maximum amount of download per day.

To overcome this, you need to change your ip. Do the following:

  1. Go to the download page
  2. Click on the “Free” button
  3. Type “javascript:alert(c=0)” in the address bar
  4. Click “OK”
  5. Click “OK” on the pop-up window
  6. Enter captcha
  7. Download

Happy downloading :)


Statistics and Analysis For Your Blog

Keeping track of where your traffic is coming from and how much you are getting can be an integral part of helping you market and optimize your blog. These are a few resources to get you started.

  1. StatCounter— StatCounter is a free statistics and analysis tool for keeping track of your blog’s traffic numbers.
  2. Site Meter— Site Meter is available in Premium and Basic versions, and can offer more advanced analysis of your site.
  3. Alexa— Alexa is a great tool for comparing your blog’s performance to other blogs on the internet.
  4. Google Analytics— Google provides a free and full-featured tool for determining where your visitors are coming from and how they use your site.
  5. Measure Map— Measure Map is a free tool to track your visitors’ habits.
  6. AWStats— AWStats is an open source tool that you can use to track your blog’s statistics.
  7. Feedburner— Feedburner provides a wide range of tools to help improve your blog’s RSS feed as well as statistic tracking.
  8. 103Bees— A great tool for search engine optimization, 103Bees gives detailed information on the search engine traffic your blog receives.
  9. MyBlogLog— MyBlogLog is both a community building tool and a simple blog analytics tool.
  10. ShinyStat— ShinyStat is a web analytics and counter tool with both free and paid versions.

Tools to Make Money

If you’re truly interested in making a profit from your blog, you’re going to have to do something to draw in those dollars. These are a few resources that can help you make money through donations or by placing ads on your site.

  1. PayPal— Use PayPal to set up a button on your site that readers can click on to make donations.
  2. Google AdSense— Google AdSense is where many bloggers make the majority of their income. Ads are both pay per click and pay per view.
  3. Yahoo Publisher Network— Similar to Google AdSense, Yahoo’s ads are pay per click.
  4. Txtswap— Txtswap is a program that allows bloggers to exchange text links in order to bring in more traffic.
  5. Adbrite— Adbrite can provide payment for simple text ads on your blog.
  6. Chitika— Chitika is interactive advertising based on the content of your site. It tends to take up a little more room than other ads, but it also tends to pay a little more.
  7. BlogBurst— BlogBurst can help you get your blog published in big time media outlets and get paid for it.
  8. Text Link Ads— Text Link Ads is another resource for putting text ads on your site.
  9. Bidvertiser— Bidvertiser offers an innovative system where you set the bids on pay per click ads.
  10. ReviewMe— Want to make a little cash on the side? ReviewMe is a marketplace for paid blog reviews.

10 Blogging Platforms

The internet is chock full of sites that can provide a platform for your blog. There are advantages and disadvantages to all of them, so research carefully before deciding which will work best for you.

WordPress— WordPress can either be a hosted platform or one you use on your own server. Basic access to Wordpress is free of charge and there are a wide variety of templates available for customization. It also comes with some attractive features like spam blocking and integrated stats as well as numerous plugins you can add yourself.

Blogger— Blogger is a free, hosted blogging platform. While Blogger might lack some of the usability that other platforms have, it makes up for it with features like the Audioblogger service which allows you to create audio recordings for your blog using your phone. Blogger is also useful in that you can upload it to your own website, meaning visitors to your site won’t even know you’re using it as a platform.

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