Saturday, December 29, 2018

【💰BOUNTY】【BTC2】【EXCHANGE LISTED】Bitcoin 2, PoS 🔥 Anonymous ⚡️Instant TX




INTRODUCTION

Bitcoin 2 is a scalable Bitcoin fork with private transactions and instant verified payments. It is open source, anonymous, fast and is based on the latest thoroughly tested Proof of Stake algorithm. More info at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2871452

Bitc2.org has come up with some bounties to help promote Bitcoin 2. Payouts are in BTC2. BTC2 can be currently traded at Crex24 and Forkonex. More exchange listings and ways to spend BTC2 are coming.

The last day of submitting all your entries is February 28 2019 (23:59 GMT). That is the day when all the campaigns end. Entries after that will not be eligible for payment.

Payments for the actions done and reported before January 29 will be made between January 29 and February 15. And the rest of the payments will be made between March 1 and March 14.


General Terms & Conditions:

1. Posting links or information to other projects or businesses in our communication channels or in our ANN thread or this thread will result in a ban and earnings forfeited.

2. Using multiple accounts, cheating, or spamming are not allowed and will result in termination of your bounty stakes and membership.

3. We reserve the right to remove you from the Bitcoin 2 Bounty Campaign if we feel you're being dishonest, using BOTS or spamming social media or the forum.

4. We reserve the right to change the rules and terms of the Bitcoin 2 Bounty Campaign at any time, with an official announcement following. However, if you already earned 10 BTC2 for example and after that we change the rates to 5 BTC2, you would still get the 10 BTC2.

5. Spamming, scamming or unintelligent discussions in our channels will result in a ban.

6. Your Bitcointalk Activity number needs to be 15 or higher before joining to participate in any of these campaigns, except the logo design.

The terms above apply to all groups, plus the rules to each specific group.



Starter Campaign:

Terms & Conditions:

1. Only users who didn't participate in our first bounty campaign can join the starter campaign. All other campaigns are open for everyone.
2. Take a screenshot that shows your public BTC2 address that you want to get paid to. On the Bitcoin 2 Core wallet or the BTC2 Staking Web Wallet.
3. Subscribe to our newsletter. (The join form is at the bottom of every page on our website.)
4. Follow our Twitter and retweet or tweet about Bitcoin 2.
5. Subscribe to our Reddit and/or like our Facebook page.
6. Reply to this thread saying that you completed the Starter campaign with a link to the screenshot and the public BTC2 address written in plain text. No need to embed the image. Along with your Twitter username, Reddit username or Facebook name and the first 8 letters of your email address that you used to sign up to the newsletter, or all of the letters before the @ sign if you prefer.

Payment Structure

For those who completed it on January 6 2019 or before and had activity of 15 or higher:
15 BTC2 if it's a Bitcoin 2 Core wallet address.
Or 10 BTC2 if it's a web wallet address.

For those with Bitcointalk member rank of a newbie, without copper membership who completed the Starter campaign on January 7 or after:
6 BTC2 if it's a Bitcoin 2 Core wallet address.
Or 4 BTC2 if it's a web wallet address.

For others:
7.5 BTC2 if it's a Bitcoin 2 Core wallet address.
Or 5 BTC2 if it's a web wallet address.

Discord Campaign:

Terms & Conditions:

1. First of all join our Discord channel and remain in the channel.
2. Generate a new invitation link and set it to "never expire". Then share your link as much as you can, but not by email spam or in places where it is prohibited to do so and not right next to someone else's invite to the Bitcoin 2 discord channel.
3. Follow the rules of our Discord channel. If you get banned from there, you won't be paid for the Discord campaign.
4. Only the real people who you invited to our Discord Channel and remain there at the time that we count the payments will be counted.
5. You need to invite a minimum of 3 real unique people to get paid.
6. You must first complete the Starter Campaign or indicate in the form that you already joined our previous bounty campaign.
7. Add to your Starter campaign completed post or post a new reply here that you joined the Discord campaign, with your Discord username or invite link.
8. Due to the high amount of fakes, before payout dates, inactive users who have not logged in to the server in the last 7 or 30 days (which number of days we choose is to be determined), will be pruned from the server. Kicked and not rewarded.
9. If the account of someone that you invited was created on January 6 2019 or after, we may choose not to count that invite. (So inviting brand new accounts might not reward anything, due to fakes).

Payment Structure

You get paid 3 BTC2 for each real new person that you invite.

In order to join;

Fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/PoxxgAQLPys6RESw1


Spreadsheet at: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WVqiEJtmz_KJIvf2j821f3jd6qckfjXa5UTbUI1ZEDw/edit?usp=sharing

New logo design:

Terms & Conditions:
1. Create a 1024x1024 logo for Bitcoin 2 that looks good when it is small too. Such as 64x64 px.
2. In the logo it should be more clear that it is a Bitcoin 2 logo, than our current orange coin. (The 2 inside is a bit hard to see in smaller versions of the logo.)
3. Don't bother trying unless you are a good Graphic Designer.
4. Submit your logo entries to this thread.
5. If your logo gets chosen, you will be contacted to send us the .PSD and/or .SVG file and give us the copyright to it (or make it public domain) to get the reward of 100 BTC2.

Signature Campaign:

Terms & Conditions:
1. Must be ranked Member or above to participate in this campaign. Copper members can also participate.
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2. Minimum 10 meaningful and useful posts per week.
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3. Negative trust as well as banned members aren't eligible for joining in this campaign without special permission. During the campaign period, if you receive a valid negative trust from a member, or get banned by a moderator, you'll be disqualified immediately from the signature campaign. If you have negative trust but you are given permission to be in the signature campaign anyway, you will need to do at least 20 eligible posts per week instead of 10/week.
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4. You must not change the signature while you are participating in the campaign. You'll be monitored frequently by the campaign manager.
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5. Posts in Games & Rounds, Off topic, Lending, Auctions, Archival, Investor based games, Micro earnings, Korean, Polski, Dutch, Română, Skandinavisk, "Other languages/locations", Hebrew, India, Croatian or Arabic will not be counted for payment.
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6. Spam, "+1",  flaming, single word (or image), short sentence, writing "bump" only, trolling, “me too”, “thanks”,  smileys only - these posts will not be counted.
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7. Wearing multiple signatures is not allowed. Anyone wearing multiple signatures will be kicked out from the campaign without payment.
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8. Counted posts must have at least 70 characters. (excluding symbols, punctuation and smileys)
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9. Posts in threads related to signature campaigns or bounty campaigns or on any contest threads will not be counted.
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10. If you leave our campaign for another, please post in this thread to let us know. Not doing so will result in loss of stakes.
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11. If the rank of a participant gets promoted, he will have to post here as a reminder for updating our spreadsheet.
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12. You must first complete the Starter Campaign or indicate in the form that you already joined our previous bounty campaign.
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13. Counted weeks start on Monday UTC, but if you join between Tuesday and Saturday, and you make at least 5 posts before the next Monday since joining, you'll get half of the weekly BTC2 payment for the first partial week.
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14. February 25 2019 is the last Monday of this bounty Campaign, and thus you may remove or change your signature on that day as no further signature bounty payments are counted after that.
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15. Every week after you have done the 10 or more posts in that week, reply to this thread with the link to the first and the last post of the week that can be counted, or all of them.

     RATES:
          ○  Members/Copper members: 20 BTC2/week
          ○  Full Members: 25 BTC2/week
          ○  Senior Members: 30 BTC2/week
          ○  Hero/Legendary Members: 35 BTC2/week


(*There will be no additional payment for wearing the avatar.)

Friday, December 28, 2018

3 Website Types That Earn the Most Money with GA

Want to know which kind of website is going to earn the most money with Google AdSense? Knowing which type of website is most likely to generate ad clicks will help you monetize your site and maximize your ad revenue.

In this article, we’ll show you what kind of website you should create if you’re looking to earn with Google AdSense.


What is Google AdSense?
Google AdSense is a free advertising program run by Google that allows website owners to display text, image, video, or interactive media ads on their website in the hopes that site visitors will click on them.

Google is in charge of displaying the ads on your site. And, the ads are often relevant to the content you’re publishing. This helps encourage site visitors to click on them.

After every click your site’s ads get, you get paid about 68% of what the advertisers paid to have their ad shown on your site.

The main goal when it comes to earning money with Google AdSense is to generate as many clicks as possible. If you want to earn the most money with Google AdSense, be sure to check out our helpful guide on increasing your AdSense earnings.

Any website owner can use Google AdSense. And since monetizing your website using AdSense is one of the best ways to make money online, all website owners should consider this free service.

But there are some types of websites that consistently do better than others.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at which types of websites earn the most money with Google AdSense.

1. Blogs
Blogs are known for having consistent and unique content published on them all the time. In fact, some blogs post new content daily, or even hourly.

This is attractive to advertisers paying to have their ads displayed on a website through the Google AdSense program. The reason is, popular blogs that are optimized for SEO rankings generate a lot of daily traffic that will see the ads being shown and actually click on them. This means more money in your pocket.

You might consider placing AdSense ads in the top generating spots on your blog to generate the most revenue possible:

Within blog content
Under the navigation menu but above the content
To the left of the blog title
Below blog content in the form of a native ad
All whitespace areas on your website
From there, you can use MonsterInsights to track Google AdSense clicks using MonsterInsights ads tracking:

Find out how many clicks your blog’s ads are getting
Find out where on your blog the most clicks are happening
Remove the low performing ads so others can get more clicks
For step-by-step directions, check out our tutorial on how to track Google AdSense in Google Analytics.

Using Google AdSense on your blog is the easiest way to monetize your site.

Take it from Amit Agarwal.

Earning $10,000/month with AdSense placed all over his site Labnol.org, including within blog content and at the end of blog content in the form of native ads, Agarwal is just one example of how starting a blog can earn you the most money when paired with Google AdSense.

2. Forum Sites
For some, writing blog content and attracting loyal readers is not something they want to do. However, many find that forum sites are a great way to give others a platform to speak their mind, while also generating AdSense revenue.

Instead of writing extensive blog posts, all you have to do is list forum discussion points and let users interact.

From there, drive traffic to your site, establish yourself as an authority, and create a brand, just by getting people together to talk about a variety of topics.

For a great forum example, take a look at CatForum.com. This simple forum site dedicated to cat lovers uses Google AdSense below the navigation menu and above the content.

There are also some ads seen at the footer of the forum section. This further monetizes this highly-trafficked forum site.

3. Free Online Tool Sites
Have you ever thought about the type of traffic a website that offers a free online tool might see? If not, you better believe if the tool you offer is valuable, lots of people will visit your site daily.

And, those site visitors are going to click on relevant ads at some point, which makes you easy money.

For example, GIFmaker.me is a free online tool that lets you create animated gifs, slideshows, and video animations, complete with music.

And, since this tool is free for everyone to use, they use Google AdSense to make some money.

Notice how they use the header section of their site to display ads. Plus, they use the sidebar whitespace to display ads for site visitors to click on. These ads are easy for site visitors to click on and have the potential to generate lots of money.

And there you have it! The 3 types of websites that earn the most money with Google AdSense.

If you’re thinking about using Google AdSense to monetize your website, be sure to check out how to view your AdSense reports in Google Analytics so you can optimize your ads and boost revenue once you get started.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

How to Make Money on Your Website with GA

Below, you will find an unedited excerpt from my new book about building Internet-based businesses, Online Business from Scratch. To receive updates about the book, visit www.fromscratchbook.com.

Google AdSense (www.google.com/adsense) is the 800-pound gorilla in the display advertising world. Google AdSense enables publishers to access inventory from Google’s own advertiser network, Google AdWords, and from dozens of other partner networks that tie into Google AdSense. More than 1 million publishers use Google AdSense to generate revenue on their websites and Google generated more than $67 billion in advertising revenue in 2015 (http://www.statista.com/statistics/266249/advertising-revenue-of-google/). Because of Google’s massive network of advertisers, many publishers find that it’s much more profitable to run Google AdSense ads than ads from any other advertising network. This is not universally true, but AdSense does tend to perform better than other networks in highly competitive categories.

In order to run Google ads on your website, you will need to apply for a Google AdSense account at www.google.com/adsense. As part of the application process, you will need to provide Google with a link to your website, bank account information so that Google can pay you and tax information so that Google can file the appropriate tax forms at the end of the year. After your application has been approved, you will be able to login to Google AdSense and get ad tags that you can place on your website. When creating your ads, make sure to stick to Google’s recommended ad-sizes and choose a color scheme that blends in with your website. If your website gets any meaningful amount of traffic, you should begin to see revenue show up in your AdSense account within a day of placing your ad units. Google updates earnings numbers periodically throughout the day, so you will always have a pretty good idea of how much you are earning.

At the end of the month, Google will tally up your earnings and will issue a payment to you around the 21st of the following month if your earnings hit $100.00 during the previous month. If you don’t happen to hit $100.00 in earnings for your first month, your earnings will roll over and be added to the next month’s earnings. In the United States, Google makes payments via ACH directly into your checking or savings account. Publishers in other countries may have access to additional forms of payment.

Optimizing Google AdSense
Google AdSense continues to be one of my company’s largest sources of revenue. Our network of financial news websites attracts between 3 million and 5 million page views per month and we’ve found that Google AdSense is an extremely effective way to monetize our websites. I have personally been running Google AdSense ads on my websites for more than ten years, have done hundreds of experiments and have tried every combination of ad units and colors on my websites. I have learned a lot during the ten years that I have been an AdSense publisher and have learned several strategies and best practices that every AdSense publisher should be aware of.

Here are my suggested best practices for AdSense publishers:
  • New Publisher? Take the “Optimizing AdSense” Class — If you’re just getting started with Google AdSense, take the time to watch the videos from Google’s “Optimizing AdSense” course, located at https://optimizingadsense.withgoogle.com/course. The video course provides a good overview of how AdSense works and how to properly place your ads.
  • Checkout the Opportunities Tab — Inside your Google AdSense account, there is a tab titled “optimization” that will give you a list of specific recommendations that you can implement to improve your website’s earnings. The opportunities tab might suggest that you place different sizes of ad units on your website or change the colors of your ad to better match your site.
  • Use Recommended Ad Sizes — Some ad-sizes have a lot more advertiser demand than others. Make sure to run ad-units that are listed as “recommended” when creating your ads. In my experience, I’ve found that running a 728×90 ad in the header, a 300×250 ad in the top of the sidebar and a 336×280 ad in-side of the content of each post works best, but your mileage may vary depending on your website’s layout and your audience’s behavior. You can run up to three AdSense units on each page, so make sure to use them all.
  • Place Units above the Fold. If you want your use to click on an ad, you’re going to have to put it where people will actually see it. That means your primary ad(s) should be visible to the user when they first load the page without having to scroll.
  • Show Both Text and Display Ads. When creating an ad-unit, you have the option to only show text-ads, to only show display ads or to show both text and display ads. In order to maximize your earnings, make sure to show both text and display ads on all of your units.
  • Don’t Block Ads. AdSense gives you full control over what ads are shown on your website. I recommend that you don’t block any ads on your website in order to maximize revenue because you may end up blocking high-paying ads from running on your website. The only time you might consider blocking an ad is if it’s (A) extremely inappropriate for your audience or (B) a direct competitor is advertising on your site.
  • Regularly Split-Test Unit Sizes and Positions. Your initial ad-layout generally won’t be the most optimal for your site. I recommend trying out different combinations of ad-sizes and positions to see which generates the highest CPM (earnings per 1,000 visitors). ProBlogger has put together a guide that teaches how to create AdSense split tests, which can be accessed at http://www.problogger.net/archives/2008/05/16/how-to-split-test-ab-test-your-adsense-ads/.
  • Use “AdSense Experiments” to Test Colors and Fonts. I recommend regularly experimenting with your top-performing ad-units using the “AdSense Experiments” tool. This tool will allow you to easily see if changing colors, fonts or font-sizes has a measurable impact on your earnings. I recommend making a series of 5 or 6 tests for your best-performing units and running them one-by-one until your units are well-optimized. Google has put together a guide about using AdSense Experiments, which can be accessed at https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/6321879.
  • Render Your Units with High Click-Through Ratios First. Not all ads that load on your page will pay the same amount per click. Google will show the highest-available CPC ads on the unit that renders first in your HTML, so you want to make sure that your highest CTR ads are rendering first in the page.
  • Use Link Units for Additional Revenue. Link units are relatively small units that can be placed in-addition your main three AdSense units on your page. They won’t generate a lot of revenue, but can add a nice revenue boost when placed appropriately. You can learn more about link units at https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/15817/.
  • Use Google Custom Search as Your Site Search. Google Custom Search is a nice way to add incremental revenue to your AdSense account. You can use Google to serve as your on-site search and you’ll receive a share of any ad-revenue generated from the search. You can learn more about adding a custom Google Search form to your website at https://developers.google.com/custom-search-ads/.
  • Use Ezoic to Find Optimal Ad Units — Ezoic (www.ezoic.com) is a Google Certified Publishing Partner that offers web-based software and artificial intelligence to find the best possible ad-sizes and ad-placements on your website. Ezoic will integrate with your existing AdSense account and your website to automatically run experiments to determine which combination and placement of ad units is best for your website.