Friday, 27 May 2016

Saving Rose Green

Table of contents
Name tag
Janice Carpenters
Tear drops from the moon.

To Fat-hi Said Omar, a brother and a rare chum.
Name tag
“Hi, do you speak English?” said the white slim lady to
the nurse at the reception.
“No, I did not go to Harvard because I am an Arab woman
whose parents are low income earners!” answered the nurse.
“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean it that way!” responded the
white lady.
“Maybe an identification and a ‘please’ added to your
question would make your approach benign, don’t you
think?” said the female nurse with a straight face staring
straight into her eyes.
“I am Rose Green, please I am here to see Doctor Abbas
Hassan?” she replied smiling, a bit embarrassed by her first
“Now that, my sister is called courtesy. Our parents spend
most of their precious time teaching us these things here!”
remarked the nurse. She dragged a desk phone on the counter
and picked the headset, dialled a number and spoke in Arabic
mentioning Rose Green to the person she called then hung up,
“Fifth floor, second office on your left!”
“Thank you!” said Rose, she looked up the clock hanging
on the wall behind the nurse as she walked away.
“You’re welcome, Rose Green!” responded the nurse.
“Excuse me?” said Rose as she turned.
“ána úhibbu fustaanuk!” replied the nurse complimenting
Rose’s dress.
“Whatever!” she murmured.
Rose got into the lift and hit the button to the fifth floor,
before the doors went shut, a janitor rushed in and blocked the
doors, then walked in with a yellow 24L cleaning mop Bucket
whistling the song he was listening to. She watched him
pressed the button to the fourth floor.
“Hi!” he said with his headphones banging.
“Hi” replied Rose with a smile as she leaned her ears
close to the headphone.
“Aisha! Beautiful song. I enjoyed it as a little girl back in
the 90’s.” she said.
“What!?” asked the Janitor as he pulled off his
“I said, the song, Aisha, I love it!” she answered.
“Oh wow, you speak French too?” he asked.
“Naa!” she exclaimed
“Naa?” he wondered

Thursday, 26 May 2016




What is Crypto Currency? 

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 A cryptocurrency is a medium of exchange like normal currencies such as USD, but designed for the purpose of exchanging digital information through a process made possible by certain principles of cryptography. Cryptography is used to secure the transactions and to control the creation of new coins. Why Crypto Currency? Money exists to facilitate trade. Through the centuries trade has become incredibly complex everyone trades with everyone worldwide. Trade is recorded in book keeping, this information is often isolated in closed to the public. This is the reason why we use third parties and middlemen we trust to facilitate and approve our transactions. Think governments, banks, accountants, notaries and the paper money in your wallet. We call these trusted third parties. Cryptocurrency software enables a network of computers to maintain a collective bookkeeping via the internet. This bookkeeping is neither closed nor in control of one party or a central authority. Rather, it is public, and available in one digital ledger which is fully distributed across the network. We call this the blockchain. In the blockchain all the transactions are logged, including information on the time, date, participants and amount of every single transaction. 

Each node in the network owns a full copy of the blockchain. On the basis of complicated state-of-the-art mathematical principles the transactions are verified by the cryptocurrency miners, whom maintain the ledger. The mathematical principles also ensure that these nodes automatically and continuously agree about the current state of the ledger and every transaction in it. If anyone attempts to corrupt transaction the nodes will not arrive at a consensus and hence will refuse to incorporate the transaction in the blockchain. So every transaction is public and thousands of nodes unanimously agreed that a transaction has occurred on date X at time Y. It’s almost like there’s a notary present at every transaction. This way everyone have access to a shared single source of truth. The ledger does not care wetter a cryptocurrency represents a certain amount of Euros or Dollars, or anything else of value, or property for that matter. Users can decide for themselves what a unit of cryptocurrency represents. A cryptocurrency like Bitcoin is divisible in to 100 million units and each unit is both individually identifiable and programmable. This means that users can assign properties to each unit, users can program a unit to represent a Euro cent, or a share in a company, a kilowatt our energy or digital certificate of ownership. Because of if this cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology could be used for more than simply money and payments. A cryptocurrency can represent many kinds of property. A thousand barrels of oil, award credits or a vote during an election for example. moreover cryptocurrency protocols allows us to make our currency smarter and to automize our cash and money flows. Imagine a health care allowance in dollars or Euros that can only be used to pay for health care at certified parties. I in this case, whether someone actually follows the rules is no longer verified in the bureaucratic process afterwards. You simply program these rules into the money, compliance up front. The unit can even be programmed in such a way that it will automatically be returned to the provider if the receiver doesn’t use it after a certain amount of time. This way the provider can ensure that allowances are not horded. A company can control its spending in the same way. By programming budgets for salaries machinery, materials and maintenance so that the respective money is specified and cannot be spent on other things. automating such matters leads to considerable decrease in bureaucracy. 

Bitcoin is a new currency that was created in 2009 by an unknown person using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. Transactions are made with no middle men – meaning, no banks! There are no transaction fees and no need to give your real name. More merchants are beginning to accept them. You can buy webhosting services, pizza or even m Buy on an Exchange. Bitcoins are stored in a “digital wallet,” which exists either in the cloud or on a user’s computer. The wallet is a kind of virtual bank account that allows users to send or receive bitcoins, pay for goods or save their money. Unlike bank accounts, bitcoin wallets are not insured by the FDIC. Though each bitcoin transaction is recorded in a public log, names of buyers and sellers are never revealed – only their wallet IDs. While that keeps bitcoin users’ transactions private, it also lets them buy or sell anything without easily tracing it back to them. That’s why it has become the currency of choice for people online buying drugs or other illicit activities. 

Exchange Bitcoins: Several marketplaces called “bitcoin exchanges” allow people to buy or sell bitcoins using different currencies. Mt. Gox is the largest bitcoin exchange.anicures. 

Transfer: People can send bitcoins to each other using mobile apps or their computers. It’s similar to sending cash digitally. 

Mining: People compete to “mine” bitcoins using computers to solve complex math puzzles. This is how bitcoins are created. Currently, a winner is rewarded with 25 bitcoins roughly every 10 minutes. Symbol: Ƀ is not a logo but a symbol: Unicode Character U+0243 can be used any Unicode text editor. This unicode character was originally used as a phonetic symbol to represent or transcribe the sound [β]. Thus the context of this use does not allow any confusion with the Bitcoin currency. Facts: The baht (sign: ฿; code: THB) is the currency of Thailand. Thailand’s population is 67 million people (vs. Bitcoin’s debated 1–4 million users) and they’re not really cool with the community trying to “steal” their sign. Unit: Unit Value in BTC BTC 1 mBTC 0.001 uBTC 0.000001 Satoshi 0.00000001 


He is said to be from Japan but his mail ID was from Germany, plus the bitcoin software was not available in Japanese. He developed the system and the Bitcoin software (that is used to run the system) in 2009 but disappeared into thin air in 2010. The other developers of the system stopped hearing from him in 2010, and plenty of speculation turned up about his real identity. Some even suggested that his name was just a mashup of popular Japanese companies — SAmsung TOSHIba NAKAmichi MOTOrola. But what he created was definitely the fantasy of every tech guy in the world. 2007, Satoshi Nakamoto According to legend, Satoshi Nakamoto began working on the Bitcoin concept in 2007. While he is on record as living in Japan, it is speculated that Nakamoto may be a collective pseudonym for more than one person. August 2008, An interesting patent application Three individuals, Neal Kin, Vladimir Oksman, and Charles Bry file an application for an encryption patent application. All three individuals deny having any connection to Satoshi Nakamoto, the alleged originator of the Bitcoin concept. The three also register the site in the same month, over on – which allows people to buy domain names anonymously. Learn more and click to download the free PDF eBook - Be a BITCOIN MILLIONAIRE

Small Business SEO: The Definitive Guide to Winning the Web - free eBook Download

Each chapter of the free pdf ebook covers an important topic in small business search engine optimization and is written to help you increase your online visibility using Google. We know that as a small business owner, you probably don't have a lot of free time on your hands. That's why this guide is broken into eleven different bite-sized sections. Some common challenges small business owners face when attacking their own SEO campaign are: 

Knowing where to start:

Trusting the information and resources available to them. Evaluating the work—is it working? Outranking competitors in local service markets. We're going to accomplish all of those and then some. Ready? Let's get started. 


Let's first start with the elephant in the room. What is SEO? Search engine optimization (or SEO) is the collection of all of the tactics to help you rank higher in search engines. It can be called a lot of different things, but simply, the goal is to help you rank higher. 

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WHY CHOOSE SEO? Why do you want to rank higher? Well – according to data from December 2015 (special thanks to Advanced Web Ranking for their study): 25 – 29% of all searchers click on the #1 search ranking. 16 – 18% of all searchers click on the #2 search ranking. 10 – 12% of all searchers click on the #3 search ranking. The point is – the higher on the page you rank, the more clicks you get. The more qualified clicks you get, the more leads you get. The more leads you get, the more sales you make. The more sales you make, the more MONEY you earn. Our entire guide is focused on helping give you the RIGHT tactics to increase your position in the search engines, so that you can make more money, period. For us – the web is a zero-sum game, you're either going to win or you're going to lose. If you're like all of the business owners we know then you don't like to lose, and neither do we. Why SEO? 


If you're anything like the small business owners we know (and we know a lot of them), you're probably thinking about WHY you need to go with SEO. Even the smartest business owners we know also ask us why they should choose SEO versus any other marketing strategies (digital or not). Well – since we consider you to be a smart small business owner (you are reading this wonderful guide we put together for you) – we'll let you in on why we think SEO is so valuable for you and how it compares to other digital and non-digital marketing strategies. Before we do that, let's look at some of the great benefits of SEO and compare them to the other marketing strategies you could throw your dollars at. SEO works 24/7/365 SEO (often) means high rankings, which equals a perception quality from prospects (link to study) SEO puts your company in front of prospects who are looking for what you offer (link to study) SEO is cheaper than paid search SEO is a long-term win SEO commands the lion's share (75%+) of the search volume ( link to study) 

Now – SEO has its faults: 

SEO can take time to “ramp up” (we couldn't find research on this, but our general rule of thumb is 8-12 weeks) SEO can lead to potentially unqualified leads SEO can lead to high keyword competition SEO puts your fate is in the hands' of search engines SEO can consume a lot of time if you're balancing doing SEO ( upwards of 20 hours/week) and running your business. The list below compares SEO to each of the top digital marketing strategies our customers invest in often: 

1. Pay Per Click (PPC) – Your daily spending depends on your ads, your bids, your landing page experience, and the bids of others. Without a good model, you could easily overpay for leads. You also pay for every single click: good, bad, or ugly. If your sales funnel isn't optimized, it could be a total waste of money for you. 

2. Social Media – Only 6% of your followers on Facebook will actually see your posts (link). With Twitter, it's all noise. With Instagram, you could build a following, but will they convert? You can build an audience and a following, but it's getting harder and harder to turn them into buyers, especially if you're a small business. If you become one of the big boys it might be worth it. 

3. Email Marketing – Requires constant updating, checking, and a system to review if your processes are actually producing leads or not. 

4. Pay Per Lead Services – Some, like Home Advisor, are tough because you're competing with “Chuck in a Truck” for lowest price and fastest service. They could also lead to unqualified leads and if improperly managed, could lead to overpaying for service. We've also heard feedback from clients that Angie's List customers (and the like) are some of the WORST customers. They ask for everything and use the rating system to back contractors against a wall for the customer and for the small business. 

5. Yellow Pages – Do we really need to talk about these? Yes – some of our clients (the ones who target areas dominated by customers 65 years or older) see value in YP. They're able to squeeze enough of a discount out of their rep (since everyone is fleeing YP). Is the volume there? Absolutely not. So you might get a few jobs here or there throughout the year and the cost per acquisition is right, but if you're in need of A LOT of leads, this probably isn't going to be your target channel. 

6. Billboards – High cost, inaccurate tracking. 

7. Direct Mail – The amount of annual budget that you'll need to make Direct Mail really work for you is so high that if you're reading this article, you can't afford it to make it work. Download the Free PDF eBook  by Brandon Doyle & Tyler Yost below:
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Wednesday, 25 May 2016

How to Make 1000 Dollars Per Day With YouTube Videos

Tables of Content              
 1. Building YouTube Empire:  2-3    4-5 - YouTube Account Creation - Channel Creation/Verification - AdSense Account Opening - Channel Niche/Keywords
2. Video Creation Secrets:       6-7 - Creative Common without License - Creative Studio  The Use of Photos  Use of Screen Shots  Use of Camstudio   Use of free Music
3. Tittles, Description and Tags        8-9
4. Playlists to increase Your Income   10-11
5. Thumbnail and Subscriber Box       12-13
6. Getting More Views            14-18
7. How to Use YouTube Features       19-30
8. YouTube is Everyone’s Favourite     30-31
9. YouTube A Delightsome Application 32-27
10. Reaching Millions through YouTube  38-45
11.  How YouTube Dominated Online Video Sharing Platform after 10 years     46-50
Bonus         51
Summary        54

Building YouTube Empire  
1. YouTube Account Creation:  The first action step to making your first million dollars is to create an account on YouTube. You can visit Thereafter, you create channels for your videos base on your niche. The niche could be how to make money videos, natural remedies for some ailments, beauty tips etc.  After creating your channel, write the channel description of your channel according to your niche and then verify the channel through your phone number, you can start uploading your videos. Please note that you have to monetize your videos so that you can start earning immediately.
2. AdSense Account Opening: Before you start earning, visit to link your YouTube account with your AdSense account
for processing all your earnings and payments. Note that YouTube pays its video publishers through AdSense which is a percentage of advertising and subscription revenues. AdSense can pay you via cheque, wire transfer or direct deposit.
3. Channel Niche and Keywords: To generate reasonable views on your channel, you must tie your niche to their keywords. The keywords enhances your chances of being noticed by search engines. Name your channel, choose channel icon, upload your channel art, and write your channel description according to your niche. You can setup featured, enable views and discussion. Do not forget to upload channel trailer, add sections to organize your channel and customize it.  

1. Creative Common cc: This enables you to get videos you can freely re-use and is readily available on the YouTube features. These are videos uploaded to YouTube which can be recycled for future use. There is no limit to the number of videos you can produce. You can also learn more of this on YouTube Community.
2. Creative Studio: This is a utility or feature on YouTube that is used to produce videos manually with the use of picture that relates with your niche of your interest. On this utility, which is a tab on YouTube website, you can create the following:
(a)  Video with music (b) Video with screen shots and labels (c) Video with free music without license
3. CamStudio: This is a software that you can download from CamStudio website that can be used to capture desktop presentations, other peoples video on the web etc. It also has a utility that will enable you to upload it to your YouTube account legally. You can use this utility to also capture videos on YouTube which are your niche category and upload to your YouTube account legally.                


1. Tittles: This is the first field on the box when you are uploading your video. That is the name your video should be called. The right way to use it is to make sure that the search criteria for the video is at the right hand side of the tittle e.g How to make money with YouTube videos, make sure the tittles well punctuated.
2. Description: This is the second field on the YouTube box when uploading your videos. That is where you describe the content of your video, it must contain same reference in the tittle to make your video accessible, reachable and available in the search engine. For example, with the tittle above, the description should be ‘’How to make money with YouTube video with secrets. Note that money, YouTube videos and Secrets are also in the tittle.
3. Tags: This is the third field on the YouTube box when uploading your videos. That is where you name your video different names with reference to the tittle and description. For example, from your video, tittle and description, our tags should be: YouTube, YouTube videos, videos, make money, money secrets etc. Those names must be separated by commas......

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