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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

How Different Industries are Benefiting from Online Trainings

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Online trainings are being increasingly used by a number of industries after proven potential of being a cost effective and efficient solution for achieving greater efficiency in work performance.

Even though the work needs of each industry differ from the other, online training is an essential tool for each modern industry. In this globalized world, online trainings can be attributed for helping businesses and individuals to learn, relearn, conduct business, improve and grow across geographical, cultural and political boundaries.

Every business in each industry wants to excel in performance and benefit from greater profitability. With motivation driven by this objective, each industry is striving in finding better ways to incorporate online trainings modules into its work environment for the mutual benefit of all concerned stakeholders of the business.

Some of the prominent industries that are using online trainings include:

Banking Industry

The success of every business is linked to the productivity of its employees. As online banking has got popular, the banking industry has experienced an increase in the number of online trainings being utilized.
Online trainings in the banking industry in the form of comprehensive online banking training programs focus on areas such as bank principles, customer service, handling clients, technological innovations, internet banking, document management and others.
Health Care Industry           
The healthcare industry has one of the fastest growing occupations and is crucial for public healthcare solutions. As it is a 24/7 industry, it has been pushing with innovative solution that offer flexible learning, reduced costs, a competitive edge and improvement in operations.
The healthcare industry utilizes online trainings in the form of online healthcare diplomas, degrees and short certificate courses that give a competitive edge to the careers of medical professionals and useful knowledge to other members.
Other modules for online trainings include induction, orientation, employee training and patient management.
Telecommunications Industry
The telecommunications industry has been increasingly making use of technology in its products and working. Online trainings in the telecommunication industry cover topics such as brand and customer relationship management, innovation and future technology, cellular principles, voice and data communication, wireless communications, carrier networks, Ethernet and others.
Food Industry

The food industry has been using online trainings that cover different aspects of food production such as food safety, food processing, hygiene, food quality assurance, food packaging and food marketing. Online trainings provide an easy and cost effective method to learn from leading businesses in the industry, share knowledge, adopt best practices, build capacities and try and achieve near bench mark performances.
Government Organizations
Governmental organizations are realizing that their processes can be much more effectively managed after being upgraded with technology, which will in turn help them serve the public better. Online
trainings being adopted by government organizations are aimed at increasing the proficiency in data management, improving work processes and staff performance.
Military Services
The military services has advanced their trainings methods by making use of online trainings wherever possible as well. Online workshops to impart tips, guidelines, discuss pressing issues and develop combat strategies are crucial tools to military services which speed up the process and increase military efficiency.
With military services personnel attending interactive webinars, it becomes easier to get acquainted with requirements, identify practical approaches, handle on-ground scenarios, and manage complex risks along with other issues related to armed conflicts before actually facing them. It improves efficiency, simplifies trainings and brings in enhanced learning.
Education Industry
The education industry comprising of universities, colleges, schools, research centers, technical and vocational centers and other academic institutes increasingly utilize online training resources as well. Online trainings support the education industry in multiple ways which include help in setting standard modules to adopt and implement, enhance the capacities of the teachers, help improve the quality of education offered, increases student knowledge, simplify learning and bring greater content retention.



Author Bio

David Miller is an educational researcher who has vast experience in the field of teaching, LMS Systems and online training. He is associated with prestigious universities and many leading educational research organizations. He's also an ed-tech veteran, currently pursuing research in new eLearning developments, and is a contributing author with ProProfs.



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Monday, 14 October 2013

Banksy sells art works for $60 in New York's Central Park

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Banksy sells art in New York's Central Park on Oct. 12, 2013. / BANKSY
Banksy, the elusive British graffiti artist who has taken up a month-long residency in New York, sold a few of his pieces on the cheap over the weekend.
And by cheap -- we mean $60 apiece. This is the same artist who has sold his art for thousands of dollars, sometimes hundreds of thousands.
Banksy revealed on his website that he had set up a table in New York City's Central Park on Saturday with original signed pieces. "Yesterday I set up a stall in the park selling 100% authentic original signed Banksy canvases. For $60 each," he wrote. But they weren't there for long, apparently. "That stall will not be there again today," he wrote Sunday.
Banksy had an elderly man set up shop at the stall, and according to a video posted on the artist's website, it took about four hours before the man made his first sale. A sign read: "Spray Art. $60."
"A lady buys two small canvases for her children, but only after negotiating a 50% discount," Banksy wrote on the video; the New Zealand woman bought two signed Banksy pieces for $120.
Banksy, who hasn't revealed his real name, has been in New York over the past week or so, creating art on the streets of New York. The results have been showing up all over social media.
Banksy was behind the 2010 Oscar-nominated documentary, "Exit Through the Gift Shop."
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8 Steps to Successful Selling on Craigslist

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Have some crumbling IKEA furniture in your basement that you've been trying to ditch for three years? That's exactly what Craigslist is for (and questionable rideshare requests, of course).
But between creating an irresistible listing and haggling for a better price, getting your items to sell on the site is an uphill battle.
In this Sunday comic, Nitrozac and Snaggy of The Joy of Tech provide eight, easy-to-follow steps to get your junk sold on Craigslist.
Turns out, half the battle is just not getting murdered
Homepage image: Mashable composite. Image via iStockphoto, Alashi.
Comic illustration provided by The Joy of Tech. Published with permission; all rights reserved.


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Wednesday, 25 September 2013

20 Serious ways to earn money online.

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Blogging

If you're a passionate closet writer who wants to be published but can't find a way to do so, make each keystroke your way to wealth by penning your own blog. Starting a blog doesn't require extensive technical skills but it's important that you have expertise in the field you are writing on. This will attract visitors to your site. Building a large following will enable you to earn profit by luring advertisers, writing paid reviews or getting commissions for promoting other people's products.
Paid Writing

If maintaining a blog is difficult for you but you still want to indulge your passion for writing, you can jot down articles for other blogs or sites such as Weblogs, Helium or PayPerPost. Writing an e-book can also be a good option. E-books are investment free, with no cost for printing and shipping. If you have a strong command over languages, you can become a copy editor, where Webmasters will pay you to read articles and correct grammatical errors, sentence fragments, etc.

e-tuitions/Webinars

The demand for tutors is high and growing. So, if you like helping others learn, e-teaching could be the earning ticket for you. All you need to become an online tutor is expertise in your subject and a few spare hours per week. TutorVista, e-tutor, SmartThinking and Tutor.com are some of the sites you can enroll with. If you gain a good reputation as a coach, you could even conduct Webinars-lectures or seminars transmitted over the Net. College and university students are willing to pay to gain entry to a well-respected Webinar.

Affilliate/Reseller

For those who have the knack of selling, one of the best ways to make money online is to become an affiliate/reseller. An affiliate is a person who gets a commission for selling every product that he promotes, whether on his Website or through any other avenue such as eBay. You don't have to own the product. You only need to sign up for an affiliate program with a company and start selling its products under your referral link. Firms such as Commission Junction or Click Bank have a large pool of products.

Buying/Selling domains

Buying and selling domain names is another way to make money from home and requires very little investment or time. You can buy domains at their registration prices or even cheaper and trade them at a profit. However, always research on sites such as sedo.co.uk, afternic.com, ebay.com or other domain auction sites to get an estimate of the hottest selling names. The best way to find good ones is to use terminated domain lists, which contain several expired names that are back in the pool.

Freelancing for Professionals

Freelancing is a great option for professionals who are experts in their respective trades and know how to ensure customer satisfaction. Various freelancing and project-oriented sites allow companies that need help to describe their projects. Freelancers and small businesses offer bids, ideas or proposals, from which the buyers can choose what they find most suitable. Websites such as Elance cover everything from programming and writing to data entry and design, while RentACoder focuses on software programming.

Advertising

You can sell space on your Website or blog for advertisements and you earn when these ads are clicked by visitors to your site. The sorting and placing of ads is free. The profitability of pay-per-click advertising depends on the traffic level of the Website and, most importantly, on the clickthrough rate and cost per click. Google AdSense is the most popular option, while others are BidVertiser, Text Link Ads and Blogads. Direct banner and RSS feed are some other forms of online advertising.

GPT Programme

GPT or Get-paid-to sites are becoming increasingly popular among teens. You get paid for signing up for free Websites, newsletters, playing games and filling out online surveys. These are suitable for people who don't have a skill set but want to earn extra money. Taking online surveys is simple- register with a few legitimate, paid survey sites and answer questions. The topics range from shopping to politics. This might not help you make a living, but you can earn good pocket money. Contests2win is one of the trusted GPT Websites.

Online Marketing

Once a Website is created and optimised for search engine (SEO), the SEM or Search Engine Marketing begins. A treasure trove lies hidden here. An SEO/SEM expert, who is responsible for marketing a Website, can promote it in various ways. These include article marketing, writing press releases, forum posting, blog posting, submitting your site to directories and search engines, social bookmarking, etc. Most companies don't do this in-house and pay you to conduct the SEM for them.

Making themes

As more and more people seek an online presence, the demand for Website templates and WordPress (Blog) themes will keep increasing. If you are good at Web designing and coding, you can earn a lot from designing Web themes. In this segment, there are mainstream Websites, such as TemplateMonster and ThemeForest, which act as a marketplace where you can sell your themes. Templates are sold and priced depending on the rights and features that are bundled with them.

Selling photos

If you enjoy photography and are good with a camera, you could be sitting on a huge reserve of revenue. There are people who will be interested in your collection of images. Nowadays, it's easy to take your photos to the public, providing a convenient way to build a secondary income stream. Many stock photo agencies, such as Fotolia, Dreamstime and Shutterstock, offer incentives for people to earn from their photos.

Support & service

Providing coding or fixing other Webmasters' issues is another great way to earn extra bucks. There are simple jobs ranging from adding a script to setting up sites, but knowledge of Web coding is essential. One can offer support for Web CMS (content management systems) like Drupal or Joomla. After you are comfortable with your own installation, you can help other people to set these up and configure them.

Stock/forex trading

Joining the stock/forex market may seem a bit risky. However, you can start small and continue researching till you gain experience in this area. Once you do, it will be easy to earn from exchanging foreign currencies and/or stocks. Their rates fluctuate depending on supply and demand, and economic and political influences in the world. The aim of any trader is to spot which currency/stock is likely to rise or fall in value against another. The more time you put in, the more you will earn.

Selling your own brand

If you have a flair for designing cool images, don't bother about creating your own inventory. As long as your design can be printed on a product, you can pocket some money. You can upload designs on various Websites such as CafePress, and if somebody orders these designs, the company will print them and distribute the products. It could be designs for T-shirts, hats, bags, books, posters, calendars, greeting cards, etc. You will receive a commission for each sale. Other such sites include Lulu and Zazzle.

Virtual Assistant

Small businesses always need help in running their processes, but may not be willing to hire a full-time employee. As a virtual assistant, you are expected to perform practically any administrative task that a traditional secretary or assistant would, such as make travel reservations, handle expense reimbursements or pay bills. You can do it from the comfort of your home, interacting with clients either online or by phone. Your expertise will decide how much moolah you rake in.


Inbound call centre

Many companies, who are facing space constraints, especially those in metro cities, prefer to hire workers outside their offices or outsource certain processes. You can set up an inbound call centre at home to handle such jobs. Research different companies that are outsourcing their work as they may have opportunities for inbound call centre agents. You can work for more than one company. This can be either a part-time or fulltime engagement, depending on your need.


You Tube

If there's a dramatic performer hidden inside you who craves applause and adulation, upload yourself on YouTube. You can be a filmmaker, musician or comedian who wants a wider audience. Your earnings will come from ads displayed on your video page. This process is similar to the pay-per-click advertising program common to other Websites and blogs. Sites such as Flixya and Mediaflix can be helpful in this regard.


Researching for others

Don't be morose if you can't write, design or code. Lack of talent cannot stop you from making money online. If you're willing to work hard for a few hours a week, you can take up simple research jobs for other people who don't have the time to do it themselves. You could search for opportunities in organisations that provide funding for research and offer to assist them through online investigation.

Building Applications

With smartphones gaining popularity, the demand for their applications, or apps as they are popularly known, has also shot up. There are over 3 million apps for the iPhone and over a million apps in Google's Android market. Most of these are selling like hot cakes. Developing and selling your own smartphone app is becoming a lucrative way to make money on the Internet. Apps cost virtually nothing to develop and entail no storage or shipping costs. So they enjoy the best profit margins.

Transcription

Medical transcription involves making written copies of oral material dictated by doctors or other medical experts. These may include history and physical reports, clinical notes, consultation notes, reports, letters, psychiatric evaluation and so on. The dictated material needs to be transcribed swiftly and accurately, which is the most challenging aspect of the job. To become a medical transcriptionist, you need to have a good knowledge of medical terminology and a high typing speed along with accuracy



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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

TOP 10 SIMPLE PRODUCT IDEAS THAT MADE BILLIONS

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1) Kellogg’s Corn Flakes

Invented: 1894
2012: Kellogg’s net revenue from Morning Foods was $ 2.8 billion in the U.S alone.
Today: It is the world’s #1 producer of cereal, snacks & frozen foods.
It is currently produced in 18 countries & marketed in over 180 countries.



2) Kleenex

Invented: Early 1920s
2011: Consumer Tissue (incl. Kleenex) generated close to $6 billion for Kimberly-Clarke.
By 2012: It was marketed in over 150 countries.

 

3) Band-Aids

Invented:1921
In its first year of production, Band-Aids generated a pitiful $3,000 in sales.
1961: At the time of the inventor’s death, Johnson & Johnson was selling over $30 million worth of Band-Aids per year.
2001: Over 100 billion had been sold worldwide.

4) Frisbee


Invented:1937
1955: Sold to Wham-O, the disc was named after pie tins that New England  students played catch with on college campuses.
By 1970: It’s inventor had earned $500,000 in royalties.
By 2012: Over 300 million had been sold.

5) Velcro


Invented: 1941
Velcro started out as a $60/week small business.
1988: It became an international company earning $93 million.
By 2012: It is sold in over 40 countries.

6) Slinky


Invented:1943
1945: First sold for $1/unit.
The first 400 Slinkies sold out within the first hour of hitting the shelves, on Christmas in a Gimbel’s Department Store.
By 2012: James Industries has produced & sold over 250 million worldwide.

7) Post-It

 


Invented:1974
Post-it Notes raked in over $2 million after the first year.
2012: They generated $1 billion.
They are sold in over 100 countries.

8) Under Armour


Invented:1995
The inventor started the company in his grandmother’s basement .
Start up capital came from maxing out credits cards to the tune of $40,000.
By 2012: The new company`s net revenues were approximately $1.82 billion

9) spanx


Invented: 1998
The company started with just $5,000.
2012: The company was worth $1 billion.
Spanx can now be found in over 40 countries.

10) Crocs


Invented: 2002
2008: Crocs made $900 million.
2011: The brand reached $1 billion in annual sales.
By 2012: 200 million pairs of shoes had been sold in over 90 countries.

 

THE STORIES BEHIND THE PRODUCT IDEAS


“Inventing is a combination of brains & materials.
The more brains you use, the less material you need.”


- Charles Kettering:

American inventor, businessman, & the holder of 186 patents.

Kellogg’s Corn Flakes

Inventor – The Kellogg brothers, John & Will.
Inspiration – After a pot of boiled grain was accidentally left on the stove for several days, the mixture turned moldy but the product that emerged was dry & thick. The brothers eliminated the mold part, creating corn flakes.

Kleenex

Inventor – Kimberly-Clark Company
Inspiration – Developing creped wadding for its first ever consumer product, Kotex, the manufacturer changed the ingredient blends & using different pulps, were able to make a softer crepe. From this, the idea of Kleenex facial tissue was born.

Band-Aids

Inventor – Cotton buyer for Johnson & Johnson, Earle Dickson
Inspiration – His wife Josephine Dickson was always cutting her fingers in the kitchen while preparing food. Earle decided to invent something that would stay in place & protect small wounds better.

Frisbee

Inventor – Walter Frederick Morrison
Inspiration – He & his girlfriend tossed the circular lid of a popcorn tin around in the backyard to pass time before Thanksgiving dinner.

Velcro

Inventor – George de Mestral
Inspiration – Fed up with removing cocklebur seeds from his dog & jacket, he put one under a microscope to discover the secret of its stickiness. He found velours (French for loops, in clothing) & crochets (hooks) on the burs. Taking the first syllables of the words, he replicated the fastening phenomenon synthetically to create Velcro.

Slinky

Inventor – Naval engineer, Richard Jones.
Inspiration – He was working with tension springs when one fell to the ground. That spring kept bouncing from place to place after it hit the ground, & the slinky was born.

Post-It

Inventor – 3M designer,  Art Fry
Inspiration – Frustrated by errant hymnbook page markers at choir practice, he realized the need for a low-tack sticky note. Applying 3M’s weak glue invention to yellow paper, the Post-It was born.

Under Armour

Inventor: Kevin Plank, football player for U of Maryland
Inspiration: Noticing that the cotton T-shirts he & his teammates wore underneath their pads were always soaked & heavy with sweat, he felt that there must be some better material out there for their specific needs.

Spanx

Inventor: Sara Blakely
Inspiration: One night before going out, to eliminate “grid butt” created by regular underwear, she cut the feet off of her pantyhose to wear under tight fitting white slacks.

Crocs

Inventor – Scott Seamans, George B. Boedecker Jr., Lyndon “Duke” Hanson
Inspiration – Finproject N.A. created a waterproof & bacteria resistant, proprietary plastic known as “croslite”.  Made into clogs for use in European day spas, Seamans saw its potential for boating shoes.


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Thursday, 18 July 2013

TOP 6 WORKING METHODS TO BYPASS SURVEYS

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Hey buddy's today we gonna Discuss about How to Bypass Survey.Now at the Current the time there are many Fake/Scam software's and website which Claim for Bypassing the surreys but after paying also they don't work.


                            So,here are some genuine ways to Bypass Surveys.


Method 1:-

So Guys here is the first method to do it by simply Login to a site called as Surveybypass.Just Login to this and copy the survey link which you want to Bypass and the just hit the Go !!! Button after that you get then you get a new link from which you can download the file without any problem.

Note:-This method sometimes not work on some site but don't worry you can try the other Methods.


Method 2:-

So guys here is the second one it is also an online website named as HowtobypassSurveys.Just Open the website and there would be a 1mb Software just download it and run it and then just enter the link you want to bypass the survey and just hit enter you will get a new download link of that file and you can download it without any survey.


Method 3:-

Google Chrome user you can easily Bypass surveys with just a Chrome Plugin.You can download it from here.Just Download it and install it and it will in the upper right Corner and click it whenever you want to bypass a survey.

Method 4:-

After Chrome user it's time for Firefox users.You can download the Plugin from here and easily bypass surveys from it.

Method 5:-

Or you can Disable JavaScript on the browser which will never let the surveys appear.

Google Chrome users:-
1) Click on Settings’ Wrench on the top right of Google Chrome.
2) Click Options.
3) Scroll down, and Click Advanced system Settings
4) Click on Content Settings to show options of Google Chrome web page content.
5) Under JavaScript section check the box: Do not allow any site to run JavaScript
6) Done! Now just go the website that asks for surveys and you’ll bypass them.

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Method 6 :-

1) When you are prompted to take a survey, Right Click the title and Click Inspect Element

2) Now keep pressing Delete button to delete scripts on Inspect Element tab, until Complete a Survey disappear

3) After the bar disappear, keep deleting until the Page go lighter (whiten) with no dark area.

4) Done! Now you’ll see your full content or download on Sharecash.



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