Top 5 Ways to Make Money Online on the Internet

No matter whatever you are doing to earn or already earning through a job, but some side earning all also helps your financial issues. It wouldn't hurt if you can earn some extra dollars online every month through internet by utilizing your skills and knowledge. Your efforts and useful time and following are the ways to earn easily.

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5 Ways to Make Money

1. Create a curated email newsletter using MailChimp or any other reputed mailing service and find sponsors, in fact you can create a subscription module too to attract visitors and let them pay a fee to receive your newsletters. You can use, HackerNewletter and Now I know online services which are really good at what they do.

2. If your willing to create and offer your products to people then you should build your own online store with Shopify or SquareSpace. Create and launch your both physical and digital shop to sell goods.

3. Easiest and effective but needs long time dedication and hard work to earn money. Start a website or a blog, build traffic to it as much possible and start doing advertising using Advertising networks like Google Adsense, Chitika, BuySellAds.

4. Start a new YouTube channel, increase subscribers and daily viewers. Here you can earn by monetizing through two distinct ways called Affiliate marketing and Advertisements. Use online services like ClickBank which is best online affiliation marketing tool.

5. You have special skills like programming, SEO knowledge, Photoshop artist, Music composer etc. Join online money maker sites like Fiverr, Freelancer, Odesk to do freelancing as a part or full time job.

Cloud Security Tips: Protect Your Business from Hackers, Thieves and Spies

Only ten years ago, there were many people around me who had computers with only 50 or 100 GB of storage space in the hard disks of their computers. Today, however, the amount space on hard disks rarely goes below 300 GB and people tend not to keep the data on hard disks or physical memory-saving devices, but online. The trend of moving data and software online can be valuable from many points of view. First of all, you do not have to bother with additional equipment, such as internal hard disks, external hard disks, USB flash drives, DVDs etc. Whatever you want to save can be uploaded and saved on the cloud. Cloud services even offer the option of using software applications from the cloud, so that you do not have to install them or pay per their download. This all-inclusive service leads to high-speed business deals and adds to already hectic and chaotic world of world business. However, there is not such a thing as perfection in this world, so what appears to be perfect about the cloud service and conducting your business that way has a major problem – the issue of security.


Who wants your data?

When it comes to small or medium businesses, the risk that somebody is planning to steal your data is a little bit lower, but you should still be careful and watch your online data rigorously. The answer to the question from the subheading is very simple – anybody who could use it to get some financial gain. Even if you are a local accounting business, for instance, there might be thieves and hackers who would like to get in possession of data belonging to your clients. That is probably the greatest danger when it comes to small businesses; the risk that someone will steal not your own data, but confidential or personal data belonging to your customers. Due to the hazard of losing somebody else's data, small businesses should also make serious steps in protecting their data on the cloud.

 What can providers do?

If you cannot hire additional staff to take care of the cloud data maintenance, you have to rely on the professionalism of cloud service providers. There are many of them and they offer a wide range of packages and possibilities for every type of business. An important feature when it comes to data protection on the cloud is also the type of server your data are on. In order to ensure the best web hosting service to protect your data and websites, you should consider opting for services of a provider that gives you the whole server. Instead of sharing a server, you can have the whole hub for yourself. That will definitely minimize the degree of risk when it comes to being robbed by hackers. That way your providers will take care only of your business and your data on the cloud.

What can you do?

In addition to relying on the knowledge and security methods of your service provider, you should also pre-code your data. The best option is zipping the folders and other data that you decide to store on the cloud. While your service providers will most certainly devise a proper protection and encryption method of the cloud, you can put your own password to each and every zipped document. Even if hackers manage to rip off the data from the cloud, if the folders are additionally encrypted, they will have an extremely difficult task of decoding your own ciphers.

Author’s bio: Dan Radak is a virtual private servers security specialist. He is currently employed as a consultant in couple of Web Hosting companies. In his free time, he likes traveling and making homebrewed beer. You can reach him on Twitter.

How to Work Offline in Google Chrome

Google Chrome Browser Window

Whenever some opens any webpage using Google Chrome Browser, it connects to the internet and then loads the latest data using the path/URL from the server to display on your laptop screen under Google Chrome.

But what if you computer is offline? Suppose if you don't any access or connectivity to internet and still if try to load the content from an URL, Google Chrome will display an errors message as "Unable to connect to internet".

How to Browse Offline Inside Google Chrome

The latest versions of Google Chrome allows/support offline browsing but the option to access the saved/cached data of any webpage is hidden under settings option of Google Chrome.

To access the option to view the saved content of the webpages, type "chrome://flags/" to access the experimental features page and search for the word "Enable Offline Load Stale Button" option.

Click "Enable" to allow the settings to let you view the content offline from next time as soon you restart your Google Chrome Browser.

After, making the above changes in your Google Chrome browser and if you are offline then Google Chrome will show an option to view the " stale copy" of the webpage you requested offline.

Note: The above "stale copy" will be available to you only if the cached of copy of the URL is already saved or stored in your browser.

Google Chrome browser always maintains caches of the HTML webpages which includes CSS and JavaScript codes and images also which are associated with the page your have requested, so that your offline view also looks almost similar as the live one when you see it online and fresh.
Those contents which ultimately requires internet connectivity to run are replaced by a placeholder images.

How to Test the Offline Feature in Google Chrome

1. First of all, open your Google Chrome browser and load any page inside Chrome.
2. Switch off or disable your internet connectivity to disconnect from internet.
3. Restart your Google Chrome Browser again.
4. Type the URL again and if the offline mode of stale copy is enabled, the cached/saved copy of would show up in your Google Chrome browser.