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Amazon Mobile Popover Ad Review – The 30-Day Experiment

March 30, 2016 |

Amazon started testing the new Mobile Popover Ads earlier last year and now it is widely available for all Amazon Associates accounts. This is a promising ad format to drive more sales, Amazon even said that you can earn up to 30% more. Read More

My Youtube video is Not Eligible for Monetization, How to Fix It?

March 18, 2016 |

Youtube is among my best revenue stream, however, I had a serious issue when uploading my videos to the site. A couple of my videos had a crossed-out dollar sign, which means they are not eligible for monetization, as you can see in the image below. Read More

Paypal Unique Transaction IDs are Different for Buyer and Seller, How to Check a Transaction ID?

February 29, 2016 | 2

If you are a seller accepting Paypal payment, probably you will need to check whether a buyer has sent the money or not by checking their Paypal ID. However, many people prefer using the unique transaction ID because it is safer and easier to find a specific order, especially when you have repeat customers. Read More

Your Videos Are Stolen and Reposted on Youtube? How to Take Them Down?

December 15, 2015 | 2

Many people are looking for a quick way to make money online and choose to steal content from others. I’ve dealt with a lot of stolen blog posts, and now they even target my Youtube videos. Ironically, some of the re-posted videos are ranked higher and get more views than the original ones, that means they could have earned a decent revenue from the videos. Read More

How to Speed Up CloudFlare SSL on your WordPress Site

December 12, 2015 |

After CloudFlare made Universal SSL free and HTTP/2 available, I enabled those features on one of my websites. However, I didn’t see any improvement on the performance, some web pages were even loaded slower than before. Read More

How to Set Up CloudFlare SSL for your WordPress Site

December 5, 2015 |

CloudFlare has made SSL free for all accounts to encrypt the connection between its servers and web browsers. Recently, they’ve also enabled HTTP/2 to boost performance of websites using SSL/TLS, therefore, SSL is expected to be widely adopted in the upcoming time. Read More