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  • 04 Sep 2016
    Before we can fix our bounce rate, we have to fully understand what bounce rate is. Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who come to your website and leave without viewing any other pages on your website. If you look into your Google Analytics, you will see a percentage. If you’re average bounce rate, for example, is 75%, this means that 75% of the people who come to your website leave after only viewing the page they entered on, whether it was your homepage or an internal page.   What this all boils down to is the fact that your website isn’t retaining its visitors. People are coming to your site and either finding what they want but not anything else or not finding what they want at all. The key is to make sure that once visitors land on a page, they are drawn to visiting even more pages throughout your site.   Before we get started, I would like you to take a moment to think about the goals for your website to see if having a high bounce rate on your site is really a bad thing. I have seen some websites where the goal is not to have visitors browse endlessly through a maze of content, but instead to take a call to action. Calls to action that could lead a visitor off your website includes:   Calling your 1-800 number to speak to inquire about products or services. Leading customers to product sales on another domain or network, such as if you sell products on eBay or Etsy. Clicking on ad banners that pay per click or lead to affiliate product marketing sites. Filling out a lead form that does not take the visitor to another page on your website for confirmation. Essentially, if you have any goals that only require people to visit one page on your website, then you may not have to worry about bounce rate unless you are having far fewer goal completions compared to the number of people leaving your website after viewing a single page.   I found this quote on Wikipedia: Link en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounce_rate “Google Analytics specialist Avinash Kaushik has stated: ‘My own personal observation is that it is really hard to get a bounce rate under 20%, anything over 35% is cause for concern, 50% (above) is worrying.   A bounce occurs when a web site visitor only views a single page on a website, that is, the visitor leaves a site without visiting any other pages before a specified session-timeout occurs. There is no industry standard minimum or maximum time by which a visitor must leave in order for a bounce to occur. Rather, this is determined by the session timeout of the analytics tracking software.   Read How To Get Free Widgets On Your Website
    232 Posted by Lunch Money
  • Before we can fix our bounce rate, we have to fully understand what bounce rate is. Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors who come to your website and leave without viewing any other pages on your website. If you look into your Google Analytics, you will see a percentage. If you’re average bounce rate, for example, is 75%, this means that 75% of the people who come to your website leave after only viewing the page they entered on, whether it was your homepage or an internal page.   What this all boils down to is the fact that your website isn’t retaining its visitors. People are coming to your site and either finding what they want but not anything else or not finding what they want at all. The key is to make sure that once visitors land on a page, they are drawn to visiting even more pages throughout your site.   Before we get started, I would like you to take a moment to think about the goals for your website to see if having a high bounce rate on your site is really a bad thing. I have seen some websites where the goal is not to have visitors browse endlessly through a maze of content, but instead to take a call to action. Calls to action that could lead a visitor off your website includes:   Calling your 1-800 number to speak to inquire about products or services. Leading customers to product sales on another domain or network, such as if you sell products on eBay or Etsy. Clicking on ad banners that pay per click or lead to affiliate product marketing sites. Filling out a lead form that does not take the visitor to another page on your website for confirmation. Essentially, if you have any goals that only require people to visit one page on your website, then you may not have to worry about bounce rate unless you are having far fewer goal completions compared to the number of people leaving your website after viewing a single page.   I found this quote on Wikipedia: Link en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounce_rate “Google Analytics specialist Avinash Kaushik has stated: ‘My own personal observation is that it is really hard to get a bounce rate under 20%, anything over 35% is cause for concern, 50% (above) is worrying.   A bounce occurs when a web site visitor only views a single page on a website, that is, the visitor leaves a site without visiting any other pages before a specified session-timeout occurs. There is no industry standard minimum or maximum time by which a visitor must leave in order for a bounce to occur. Rather, this is determined by the session timeout of the analytics tracking software.   Read How To Get Free Widgets On Your Website
    Sep 04, 2016 232
  • 13 Nov 2015
    Create and manage surveys, contact forms, promo notifications, opt-in forms, follow and share widgets from a single dashboard. Add a piece of code to your website only once and then create and edit all your widgets from the intuitive online dashboard. Bars, popups, buttons or panels - you choose how your widgets will look like. Add custom images, choose colors, fonts and animations.     See Example VISIT: http://bit.ly/1SotyR7   {Buy traffic +10000 visitors per day} $20 - $5000   OTHER LESSON ON GOOGLE ANALYSTIC Copyrightclaims.org is a referrer spam URL that targets your website’s data measured by Google Analytics. You may have noticed an increase in copyrightclaims.org referral traffic in your Google Analytics account. Referral traffic from copyrightclaims.org is not linked to any real copyright complaint. It is a fake website designed to promote websites that spammers want people to visit and to essentially boost the spam URL’s rank in Google search result pages by creating backlinks off your website’s access logs. At this time, the spam URL forwards to alibestsale.com; another domain name owned by the same entity and hosted on the same server.   Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam and referrer spam in general from other URLs like best-seo-software.xyz is a growing problem for many webmasters, website owners, and anyone who values their website’s analytical data. Referrer spam can ruin website data measured by Google Analytics. The website data it can affect includes everything measured in the Audience, Acquisition, and Behavior areas as calculated by Google Analytics. For example, Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam can destroy your bounce rate because the spam URL typically only lands on a single webpage on your website and leaves your website from the same webpage. Referrer spam can also hit your website from sources around the world, from various resources, and more.   What is Copyrightclaims.org? Copyrightclaims.org is a domain name used to hit your website with referral traffic from different locations around the world using traffic bots, computers infected with malicious software, and other blackhat SEO tactics. The benefits that referral spammers have by engaging in referrer spamming is that it will allow them advertise the website they want people to visit and it will improve the spammers search engine ranking by creating backlinks to their website off your website’s access log.   The downside to unwanted Copyrightclaims.org referral traffic for website owners is that it can mess up the appropriate Google Analytics data and other website metrics provided by third-party services. In some cases it can also use up your website’s bandwidth by creating repeated site requests. However, this is not the case with this URL since it primarily generates ghost hits that do not actually land on your website.   Spammers target the referral traffic of your website for several reasons: Referrer spammers want to promote a webpage and want you to visit the webpage or search for it online through Google search engine results pages. Referrer spammers want to boost their rank on Google search engine results pages by creating backlinks. They do this by logging requests into your website’s access log, which is then crawled by Google bot and seen as a backlink to the spam site.   Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam is not entirely dangerous to your website. It will most likely not cause any trouble with how your website is accessed by your visitors or ranked by Google. However, in some cases referrer spam may use up your website’s bandwidth and CPU by creating multiple site requests to your website. In other cases, the spam URL is served to your analytical data by traffic bots which create ghost hits and never actually land on your website, which happens to be the case with this URL. They often target your GA ID number.   How to block Copyrightclaims.org referral spam in Google Analytics To block referrer spam at the source using your .htacess file add the code below to your .htaccess file. This method will not work against ghost traffic that never actually lands on your website.   ## SITE REFERRER BANNINGRewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} copyrightclaims.org [NC,OR]RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} copyrightclaims.orgRewriteRule .* - [F]  
    22479 Posted by Lunch Money
  • Create and manage surveys, contact forms, promo notifications, opt-in forms, follow and share widgets from a single dashboard. Add a piece of code to your website only once and then create and edit all your widgets from the intuitive online dashboard. Bars, popups, buttons or panels - you choose how your widgets will look like. Add custom images, choose colors, fonts and animations.     See Example VISIT: http://bit.ly/1SotyR7   {Buy traffic +10000 visitors per day} $20 - $5000   OTHER LESSON ON GOOGLE ANALYSTIC Copyrightclaims.org is a referrer spam URL that targets your website’s data measured by Google Analytics. You may have noticed an increase in copyrightclaims.org referral traffic in your Google Analytics account. Referral traffic from copyrightclaims.org is not linked to any real copyright complaint. It is a fake website designed to promote websites that spammers want people to visit and to essentially boost the spam URL’s rank in Google search result pages by creating backlinks off your website’s access logs. At this time, the spam URL forwards to alibestsale.com; another domain name owned by the same entity and hosted on the same server.   Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam and referrer spam in general from other URLs like best-seo-software.xyz is a growing problem for many webmasters, website owners, and anyone who values their website’s analytical data. Referrer spam can ruin website data measured by Google Analytics. The website data it can affect includes everything measured in the Audience, Acquisition, and Behavior areas as calculated by Google Analytics. For example, Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam can destroy your bounce rate because the spam URL typically only lands on a single webpage on your website and leaves your website from the same webpage. Referrer spam can also hit your website from sources around the world, from various resources, and more.   What is Copyrightclaims.org? Copyrightclaims.org is a domain name used to hit your website with referral traffic from different locations around the world using traffic bots, computers infected with malicious software, and other blackhat SEO tactics. The benefits that referral spammers have by engaging in referrer spamming is that it will allow them advertise the website they want people to visit and it will improve the spammers search engine ranking by creating backlinks to their website off your website’s access log.   The downside to unwanted Copyrightclaims.org referral traffic for website owners is that it can mess up the appropriate Google Analytics data and other website metrics provided by third-party services. In some cases it can also use up your website’s bandwidth by creating repeated site requests. However, this is not the case with this URL since it primarily generates ghost hits that do not actually land on your website.   Spammers target the referral traffic of your website for several reasons: Referrer spammers want to promote a webpage and want you to visit the webpage or search for it online through Google search engine results pages. Referrer spammers want to boost their rank on Google search engine results pages by creating backlinks. They do this by logging requests into your website’s access log, which is then crawled by Google bot and seen as a backlink to the spam site.   Copyrightclaims.org referrer spam is not entirely dangerous to your website. It will most likely not cause any trouble with how your website is accessed by your visitors or ranked by Google. However, in some cases referrer spam may use up your website’s bandwidth and CPU by creating multiple site requests to your website. In other cases, the spam URL is served to your analytical data by traffic bots which create ghost hits and never actually land on your website, which happens to be the case with this URL. They often target your GA ID number.   How to block Copyrightclaims.org referral spam in Google Analytics To block referrer spam at the source using your .htacess file add the code below to your .htaccess file. This method will not work against ghost traffic that never actually lands on your website.   ## SITE REFERRER BANNINGRewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} copyrightclaims.org [NC,OR]RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} copyrightclaims.orgRewriteRule .* - [F]  
    Nov 13, 2015 22479
  • 19 Aug 2015
    Great! Starting a blog can be a solid way to make long-term income – just for doing some writing on stuff you actually like and care about. But there’s a little more to it than that AND it may not be for everyone. This is not a get rich quick or plug and play business. If that’s what you’re looking for, this is not the place for you. Yes, you can make a lot of money online but, like other traditional businesses, it’s not guaranteed. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is not being truthful.   Our goal is to help people who are really serious about building a real online business – because you can make a little, or a lot of money. That all depends on you…   Here’s the big difference between making money online and going to a job every day. If you do it right, the work you do today, this week, and this year – will continue making money for years to come. It’s an investment rather than trading your time for money.   So how does this work? Search engines find and cache the articles that you write, and over time each post is “worth more” to the search engines. That means you’ll get more web site traffic with every passing month as your site gains credibility. This does not happen overnight. It takes persistence and even some hard work – but you can do it if you’re serious and committed…   We did it (Dan and I both walked away from our corporate jobs and now do this full time), and so can you. The good news is that you get to take advantage of what we’ve learned over the last several years and avoid the sand traps that we had to dig our way out of. So let’s get started – RIGHT NOW! Buy +10000 Traffic    Decide To Start Today: TODAY. No, not tomorrow, not next week, and not next month. Tomorrow always feels “safe” because you’re not having to make a decision. The power of today is that you make that commitment to yourself. And that is the first step to success.   This step is the most critical one, and it’s where most people get stuck. Don’t dream about doing something. Just get up and do it.   “The best way to live the life of your dreams is to start living the life of your dreams Today, in every little way that you possibly can.” – Shangaza Team.   Create Your New Blog: The first thing you need to do is find a home for your new blog. This is where your blog will live. It’s where you’ll write, publish, and manage your blog posts. It’s where you’ll decorate and personalize your blog.   Don’t make the critical mistake of confusing an old-school web host for a blog host. If you get a web host, that’s like buying the shell of a house – you’re going to have to build all the walls and install the plumbing yourself!   Making Money With Your Blog Your blog does not have to be an expense. It can make some money – even replace your day job.
    11903 Posted by Lunch Money
  • Great! Starting a blog can be a solid way to make long-term income – just for doing some writing on stuff you actually like and care about. But there’s a little more to it than that AND it may not be for everyone. This is not a get rich quick or plug and play business. If that’s what you’re looking for, this is not the place for you. Yes, you can make a lot of money online but, like other traditional businesses, it’s not guaranteed. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is not being truthful.   Our goal is to help people who are really serious about building a real online business – because you can make a little, or a lot of money. That all depends on you…   Here’s the big difference between making money online and going to a job every day. If you do it right, the work you do today, this week, and this year – will continue making money for years to come. It’s an investment rather than trading your time for money.   So how does this work? Search engines find and cache the articles that you write, and over time each post is “worth more” to the search engines. That means you’ll get more web site traffic with every passing month as your site gains credibility. This does not happen overnight. It takes persistence and even some hard work – but you can do it if you’re serious and committed…   We did it (Dan and I both walked away from our corporate jobs and now do this full time), and so can you. The good news is that you get to take advantage of what we’ve learned over the last several years and avoid the sand traps that we had to dig our way out of. So let’s get started – RIGHT NOW! Buy +10000 Traffic    Decide To Start Today: TODAY. No, not tomorrow, not next week, and not next month. Tomorrow always feels “safe” because you’re not having to make a decision. The power of today is that you make that commitment to yourself. And that is the first step to success.   This step is the most critical one, and it’s where most people get stuck. Don’t dream about doing something. Just get up and do it.   “The best way to live the life of your dreams is to start living the life of your dreams Today, in every little way that you possibly can.” – Shangaza Team.   Create Your New Blog: The first thing you need to do is find a home for your new blog. This is where your blog will live. It’s where you’ll write, publish, and manage your blog posts. It’s where you’ll decorate and personalize your blog.   Don’t make the critical mistake of confusing an old-school web host for a blog host. If you get a web host, that’s like buying the shell of a house – you’re going to have to build all the walls and install the plumbing yourself!   Making Money With Your Blog Your blog does not have to be an expense. It can make some money – even replace your day job.
    Aug 19, 2015 11903
  • 18 Aug 2015
    This Project is copyright of Shangaza Designers | Contact Us One of the important limitations for mobile payments is the security associated with the payment solutions. I propose two attributes that can be exploited  for security architecture:     access control isolation   Access control Access control is the most widely exploited attribute in current security systems. in this approach, access to information that is required to be secure is controlled either by restricting its access. this can be done by two different levels. at the first level, the information is accessed through password control. while this might be acceptable for medium security requirements, the main problem for high security requirements is that the security system is rendered ineffective when the password is compromised (i.e. single point of failure).   at the second level, the information itself can be encrypted so that only those with the decryption key can access the content of  information.  this method if used in addition to the password provides an extra security layer, which keeps the system secure even when the password is compromised. this solution however is usually computationally expensive, but as the performance and cost of computational machines keep improving this may become more and more acceptable.   Isolation In access control, the architecture does not target control of information flow or storage within the system. as a result information follow and storage may be liberally distributed all over  system despite its security status. In isolation approach, the information flow and storage is confined with architected security  zones of the system.  a security zone determined by the agents that transact and the necessary information needed for the to transact. As an example let us look at a mobile payment system. the typically agent based architecture is shown below:   The mobile payment system defines six security zones:    zone AB Zone AB is between the mobile user and the mobile phone. usually the security features required here is password control to services. This security feature should never flow or be stored outside the security zone. it is thus isolated to this zone only.   If a mobile phone is stolen the thief will need password to access services on the mobile phone. Some form of password control  is currently readily implemented on existing mobile phones.   zone BC Zone BC is between the mobile phone and the payment services provider.  The mobile phone purchases payment certificates from the payment services provider. These payment certificates can be used later to pay for goods and services from the goods and services provider. The payment certificates can be viewed as a kind of bankers check. It is a promise by the payment services provider to pay when the certificate is presented to them. The security issue here is clearly authentication.  In such a case, one possible payment service solution is for the payment services provider to provide authentication services (software) for their certificates for the goods and services  provider.  Here we can have online and offline authentication services. The online authentication services connect to the payment service provider for authentication.  The offline authentication services use resident service(software) provided by the payment provider.   The authentication service is made more secure by that fact that; first, to the goods and services provider it is a black box. Second, the payment services provider has flexibility in design and selection of security features, such as encryption, special codes for certificates, and even security questions to the client. In cases of managed risk exposures, the certificates can be used offline, i.e. even when the line is down.  Information, like the source of funds, e.g. bank account should be prevented from flowing or being stored outside this security zone. Only certificates may be visible outside the security zone.   zone BD Zone BD is between the mobile phone and the goods and services provider.  The mobile phone uses certificates to pay for goods and services. The services provider uses the authentication services of the payment services provider to validate the certificates. The ability to have offline authentication means that payment services can be conducted offline albeit in risk managed cases. the security requirements for this zone should include?   zone CD Zone CD is between the payment service provider and the goods and services provider. With offline payment services the goods and services provider runs a resident service (software) from the payment services provider. For online authentication, the goods and services provider connects to the payment services provider. Security features could include variations of password control and authentication.   And every effort should be made to confine this information to this security zone. This may imply source routing of messages.   Face to face zone Finally zone AC and AD can be called the face to face security zone. These zones involver the client and either the goods and services provider or the payment services provider.  In this case the user is on hand to carry out and validate any transaction. This could be the only mode when risks are unacceptable. For example this may be the only available way to transact when abnormally large sums of money are involved.
    626 Posted by Palewi Luke
  • This Project is copyright of Shangaza Designers | Contact Us One of the important limitations for mobile payments is the security associated with the payment solutions. I propose two attributes that can be exploited  for security architecture:     access control isolation   Access control Access control is the most widely exploited attribute in current security systems. in this approach, access to information that is required to be secure is controlled either by restricting its access. this can be done by two different levels. at the first level, the information is accessed through password control. while this might be acceptable for medium security requirements, the main problem for high security requirements is that the security system is rendered ineffective when the password is compromised (i.e. single point of failure).   at the second level, the information itself can be encrypted so that only those with the decryption key can access the content of  information.  this method if used in addition to the password provides an extra security layer, which keeps the system secure even when the password is compromised. this solution however is usually computationally expensive, but as the performance and cost of computational machines keep improving this may become more and more acceptable.   Isolation In access control, the architecture does not target control of information flow or storage within the system. as a result information follow and storage may be liberally distributed all over  system despite its security status. In isolation approach, the information flow and storage is confined with architected security  zones of the system.  a security zone determined by the agents that transact and the necessary information needed for the to transact. As an example let us look at a mobile payment system. the typically agent based architecture is shown below:   The mobile payment system defines six security zones:    zone AB Zone AB is between the mobile user and the mobile phone. usually the security features required here is password control to services. This security feature should never flow or be stored outside the security zone. it is thus isolated to this zone only.   If a mobile phone is stolen the thief will need password to access services on the mobile phone. Some form of password control  is currently readily implemented on existing mobile phones.   zone BC Zone BC is between the mobile phone and the payment services provider.  The mobile phone purchases payment certificates from the payment services provider. These payment certificates can be used later to pay for goods and services from the goods and services provider. The payment certificates can be viewed as a kind of bankers check. It is a promise by the payment services provider to pay when the certificate is presented to them. The security issue here is clearly authentication.  In such a case, one possible payment service solution is for the payment services provider to provide authentication services (software) for their certificates for the goods and services  provider.  Here we can have online and offline authentication services. The online authentication services connect to the payment service provider for authentication.  The offline authentication services use resident service(software) provided by the payment provider.   The authentication service is made more secure by that fact that; first, to the goods and services provider it is a black box. Second, the payment services provider has flexibility in design and selection of security features, such as encryption, special codes for certificates, and even security questions to the client. In cases of managed risk exposures, the certificates can be used offline, i.e. even when the line is down.  Information, like the source of funds, e.g. bank account should be prevented from flowing or being stored outside this security zone. Only certificates may be visible outside the security zone.   zone BD Zone BD is between the mobile phone and the goods and services provider.  The mobile phone uses certificates to pay for goods and services. The services provider uses the authentication services of the payment services provider to validate the certificates. The ability to have offline authentication means that payment services can be conducted offline albeit in risk managed cases. the security requirements for this zone should include?   zone CD Zone CD is between the payment service provider and the goods and services provider. With offline payment services the goods and services provider runs a resident service (software) from the payment services provider. For online authentication, the goods and services provider connects to the payment services provider. Security features could include variations of password control and authentication.   And every effort should be made to confine this information to this security zone. This may imply source routing of messages.   Face to face zone Finally zone AC and AD can be called the face to face security zone. These zones involver the client and either the goods and services provider or the payment services provider.  In this case the user is on hand to carry out and validate any transaction. This could be the only mode when risks are unacceptable. For example this may be the only available way to transact when abnormally large sums of money are involved.
    Aug 18, 2015 626