Make money online with Yahoo Publisher  

Publié par simohamed

Content MatchBeta

Generate additional revenue by displaying ads related to the content on your web site.


  • Increase your revenue by monetizing the content of your web site.
  • Satisfy your users by offering them ad content related to their interests.
  • Leverage our knowledge of how best to optimize your contextual advertising.
  • Get paid quickly via a convenient PayPal payment option and earn a return on the money in your PayPal account by depositing your funds in PayPal's Money Market Reserve Fund.


  • Advanced ad targeting and display capabilities can improve the relevance of your results.
  • Ability to filter competitive listings from appearing on your site—to protect your business.
  • Access to a wide range of tools, services and programs that enable you—and your users—to get the most value from your site.
  • Four ways to collect your revenue, including a PayPal option that lets you get paid more quickly.

Getting Started is Easy   |   Take a Tour


Payment Options

There are four payment options available to you.

You can choose the method that best fits your needs. Provided you meet the minimum earnings requirement, payment for revenue accrued over the course of the calendar month will be issued on pre-determined days throughout the calendar year.
Methods of paymentPayment delivery timeMinimum earnings required
PayPal® We'll transfer earnings here, and you can transfer them into your bank account at your convenience.Same day$50 in revenue
        Check Payment will be mailed to the address we have on file.7-10 business days$100 in revenue
D    Direct Deposit We'll transfer earnings to your checking or savings account, whichever you prefer.Same day$100 in revenue
Y! Transfer revenue directly to your Yahoo! Search Marketing account.Same day$100 in revenue

 Estimated Payment Schedule
(Dates vary month-to-month due to weekends and holidays.)
January 31, 2009 July 31, 2009
February 28, 2009 August 31, 2009
March 31, 2009 September 30, 2009
April 30, 2009 October 31, 2009
May 31, 2009 November 30, 2009
June 30, 2009 December 31, 2009


About google Adsense  

Publié par simohamed

What is Google AdSense?

Note: this article was taken from google adsense support
Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to earn money by displaying targeted, unobtrusive Google ads on their websites. AdSense also allows you to provide Google search to your site users, while earning money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages.
You'll earn when users visit your website and click on or view the ads on your pages, depending on the type of ad. Learn more about earning with AdSense.
AdSense is free, so we encourage you to give it a try. If you have a website, and you comply with our program policies and eligibility criteria, just complete our online application.
We'll review your application and follow up with an email within about a week, depending on the volume of applications we receive. If you are accepted into the program, you can sign in to your new account and get the HTML code that will display ads on your webpages.

How much will I earn through this program?

The Google ads you are able to display on your content pages can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-1000-impressions (CPM) ads, while AdSense for search results pages show exclusively CPC ads. This means that advertisers pay either when users click on ads, or when the advertiser's ad is shown on your site. You'll receive a portion of the amount paid for either activity on your website. Although we don't disclose the exact revenue share, our goal is to enable publishers to make as much or more than they could with other advertising networks.
The best way to find out how much you'll earn is to sign up and start showing ads on your webpages. There's no cost, no obligation, and getting started is quick and easy. You can sign up now from the AdSense home page at .
Once you're a part of Google AdSense, you can view your earnings at any time by logging in to your account at and clicking the Reports tab. You'll be able to see the total number of page and ad unit impressions, ad clicks, clickthrough rate, effective CPM, and your total earnings so you can get an idea of how well the program is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time in the program.
You can also find more information about our payment schedule in our Payments Guide.

How do I earn money with AdSense?

The main way of earning revenue with AdSense is by displaying Google ads on your site.
With AdSense for content, these ads you display on your site can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM) ads. For CPC ads, you'll generate earnings when your users click on the ads. For CPM ads, you'll generate earnings every time the ad appears to a user viewing your site.
You can also generate earnings while enabling your users to search your site and the web. Learn about earning with AdSense for search.

How to Make Money From Your Blog - Direct Methods  

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How to Make Money From Your Blog - Direct Methods

Note: this article was taken from Problogger

Having thought through whether you should blog for money it is now worth taking a look at some of the different models for doing so.
I tend to break the different models that bloggers are using to make money from blogging into two areas - Direct and Indirect methods.
Direct Income Earning Methods - these methods are where a blogger earns an income directly FROM their blog.
Indirect Income Earning Methods - these methods are where a blogger earns an income BECAUSE of their blog.
Most blogs tend to fall into one or the other of these methods - although there is nothing to stop bloggers experimenting with elements of both ( I’ve seen a few bloggers get into trouble with this (example: Scenario 1 in the previous post).
In this post I’ll look at 8 direct income earning methods and in the next post of this series I’ll explore indirect methods. Please note that on occasion in the following post there will be few affiliate links to services that I use and have had some success with. These will be marked with (aff) after them.

Direct Income Earning Methods for Bloggers

1. Advertising

There are many ways of selling advertising space on a blog (this could almost be a series of it’s own) but some of the different advertising options that I see bloggers experimenting with include:

  • Contextual Advertising - Programs like AdSense and YPN (beta) are very popular with bloggers and are probably the most common income stream being used by them today (MSN are developing one too). In short - these programs scan the content of your blog to assertion what it’s topic is and attempt to put contextually relevant ads (text and image) onto your blog. They are generally simple to use and involve pasting some code into your blog’s templates. Payment is on a ‘per click’ basis (referred to as CPC or ‘cost per click’ ads). Contextual ads suit blogs that have a particular niche topic, especially if it has some sort of commercial angle (ie it has products and services associated with it). They are not so good with ‘general’ type blogs (ie many topics) and/or political/spiritual blogs which argue just one side of a case (this confuses AdSense). I write much more extensively on how to use AdSense on your blog here.
  • Other CPC Advertising - There are a variety of other ad systems that pay on a per click basis which are not contextual in nature (which is important as systems like AdSense do not allow you to run contextual ads on the same page view as them). These systems include Chitika’s eMiniMalls (aff) which I reviewed here.
  • Impression Based Ads - Impression based ads pay a small amount for every person who views the advertisement. The amount that they pays varies from program to program (and ad to ad) and is generally a fraction of a cent. There are a variety of ad systems around like this including Fastclick (aff) which I reviewed here and Tribal Fusion. Impression based ads won’t earn you much if you don’t have a lot of traffic but can be great if you do.
  • Blog Ads - BlogAds have become something of an institution when it comes to advertising on blogs. They traditionally have had a focus upon monetizing political blogs but are expanding their focus lately. The beauty of them is that bloggers set their own rates and can accept or reject advertisers that apply to them to be featured on their blogs. These ads put the control of what ads show and how much they earn into the hands of the blogger. The downside is that if you price them too high you could never have any ads showing at all. They can also be difficult to be accepted into as a publisher as these days they only accept people into the system if they have a someone who is already in ’sponsor’ or recommend the new publisher.
  • Text Ads - Another increasingly popular way to sell ads on your blog is to look into text links. The beauty of these are that they don’t take up much room and that depending upon the system you choose to run them you can have control over which advertisers you accept and reject. AdBrite (aff) is one such system that gives you control in a similar way to BlogAds in that you set your own prices and approve all ads. They also other other formats of ads. Text Link Ads (aff) is another text link seller that more and more bloggers are using. The beauty of both of these systems is that they have a pool of advertisers already so you don’t have to go looking for your own advertisers. Their systems are also both very automated and are just a matter of pasting some code onto your blog. I use them both and while they don’t earn anywhere near as much as AdSense or Chitika for me they add up over the year and have done well for me. Bidvertiser and Adzaar are other system that I know are popular with some (we’ve used them quite successfully on b5media although I have little personal experience with them).
  • RSS Ads - An increasingly popular way for people to read blogs is via RSS. As a result publishers and ad providers have been keen to find ways to place ads in feeds. These attempts have been met with a variety of success levels. I’m yet to hear of too many people making big dollars with RSS ads yet but the ad systems seem to be improving. AdSense offers RSS ads to some of it’s publishers (you have to have a certain number of impressions first) as does YPN. Feedburner is a tool I’ve used to help monetise my own feeds - they give publishers three options (1. AdSense if you’ve been approved by them, 2. Amazon affiliate program and 3. if you have a lot of subscribers (over 500) they have an Ad Network). Pheedo is another system that you might like to try (although I’ve not had much experience with it).
  • Other Ads Systems - In addition to the above systems (most of which I’ve used myself) are many other advertising options which I’ve not had experience with and so won’t personally recommend. I’m sure they are worth experimenting with however as I see many of them being used by bloggers every day. Here they are in no particular order:
  • AdGenta, CrispAds, Clicksor, Intelli Txt, Peak Click, Double Click, Industry Brains, AdHearUs, Kanoodle, AVN, Pheedo, Adknowledge, YesAdvertising, RevenuePilotTextAds, SearchFeed, Target Point, OneMonkey, and TextAds. Feel free to add your own and tell us how you’ve gone with them in comments below.

2. Sponsorship

Another form of advertising that a smaller number of bloggers are using is to find their own advertisers. All of the above systems have the advantage of finding you advertisers (or at least assisting in the automation of ads to your blog) but as your blog grows in profile and influence you might find other options for private deals come up.
The big blog networks have people dedicated to the task of finding advertisers (often working through ad agencies) but smaller bloggers might find this worthwhile also. I’ve been selling ads on my Digital Camera Blog for two years now and as it’s grown in traffic and profile and managed to attract larger companies (who are willing to pay more) to buys space. Currently the blog features ads from Adobe who have bought a combination of banner, newsletter and text ads.
The key if you’re going to take this approach is to target advertisers in your niche that have products that closely relate to what you’re writing about. There are a variety of ads that you can offer them including banner ads, buttons, text links, mentions in newsletters and even individual post sponsorships. I would highly recommend that you always make it clear to readers that your post is a sponsored one when you’re writing a sponsored post.

3. Affiliate Programs

Affiliate programs are where you take a commission for referring a reader who purchases a product or service to a company. Probably the most common of these for bloggers is Amazon which has tens of thousands of products that you can link to (I reviewed it here). Other affiliate programs that represent many different companies and products include Linkshare, Commission Junction and Clickbank.
Affiliate programs take some work if you want to get the most out of them (perhaps more work than advertising) but can be lucrative if you match the right program with the right blog/topic. If you want to explore affiliate programs more you might like to read 10 tips for using affiliate programs on you blog.

4. Selling/Flipping Blogs

The idea of selling (or flipping) your blog is one that many bloggers have in the back of their minds for ‘one day’ but in reality it is not something that is overly common… yet (I think this is changing). Probably the largest sale is that of Weblogs Inc (a network of blogs) which sold to AOL for a reported $25 million. Of course this is the stuff that most of us can only dream of - but there are examples of smaller blogs being sold, either privately or via auctions on sites like eBay and SitePoint. One such auction was that of the Blog Herald which took place here.
Starting a blog with the main goal of selling it down the track is one that I’ve heard of a number of bloggers doing but few have been successful. Rather than starting with this intention I think if you start with the intention of building a quality site that has a large readership and it’s own good income stream you are more likely to find buyers down the track.

5. Donations and Tip Jars

A very small number of blogs have a history of making good money with these (Jason Kottke being one of them). To be successful with asking for money from readers you’ll want to have a large and loyal readership (and a rich one might help too). Most bloggers just don’t have the critical mass or the cult following to make it work.

6. Merchandise

Another method that some blogs use with reasonable effect is to sell T-Shirts, Mugs, Stickers etc with the blog’s name, logo and/or taglines on it. This is another idea that will probably only work if you either have a brilliantly designed merchandise range and/or you have a cult-like status as a blogger with some fanatical readers who are a little obsessive about your blog. Some blog topics lend themselves to this more than others.

7. Selling Subscriptions

The idea of charging readers for content is one that surfaces from time to time. While there are numerous websites around the web that do this successfully (community membership sites) I’m yet to see many (any) blogs do it well. The problem that most bloggers who have tried it have run into is that most topics that you could think to start a blog about already have free sites available. To make it succeed you would need to have some sort of premium/exclusive content and/or real expertise on a topic.

8. Blog Networks

Another emerging income source for bloggers are blog networks. There are two ways to make money here. Firstly you can start a network and contract bloggers to write for you or secondly you might like to join a blog network as a writer. There are many networks out there and all have their own strengths and weaknesses. I’ll attempt to write a post on what to think about when you’re looking at whether to join a network later in this series.
Next in the series we’ll look at indirect ways of making money because of your blog.

About Blogger  

Publié par simohamed

The Story of Blogger

Blogger was started by a tiny company in San Francisco called Pyra Labs in August of 1999. This was in the midst of the dot-com boom. But we weren't exactly a VC-funded, party-throwing, foosball-in-the-lobby-playing, free-beer-drinking outfit. (Unless it was other people's free beer.)
We were three friends, funded by doing annoying contract web projects for big companies, trying to make our own grand entrance onto the Internet landscape. What we were originally trying to do doesn't matter so much now. But while doing it, we created Blogger, more or less on a whim, and thought — Hmmm... that's kinda interesting.
Blogger took off, in a small way, and eventually a bigger way, over a couple years. We raised a little money (but stayed small). And then the bust happened, and we ran out of money, and our fun little journey got less fun. We narrowly survived, not all in one piece, but kept the service going the whole time (most days) and started building it back up.
Things were going well again in 2002. We had hundreds of thousands of users, though still just a few people. And then something no one expected happened: Google wanted to buy us. Yes, that Google
We liked Google a lot. And they liked blogs. So we were amenable to the idea. And it worked out nicely.
Now we're a small (but slightly bigger than before) team in Google focusing on helping people have their own voice on the web and organizing the world's information from the personal perspective. Which has pretty much always been our whole deal.
For more on Google, check (Also good for searching.)

Blogger Features

We created Blogger to give you an easy way to share your thoughts — about current events, what's going on in your life, or anything else you'd care to discuss — with the world. We've developed a host of features to make blogging as simple and effective as possible.
Getting Started | More Features | Advanced Features

Getting Started

Publishing your voice is easy and free

Creating your blog with Blogger takes just a few easy steps. In a matter of minutes you can start posting text, photos, videos, and more to your blog. Post as often as you want; it's free. Check out this article on How to get started or watch the How to create a blog with Blogger video.

Simple-to-use interface

Follow a few basic steps to start posting to your blog. Our simple-to-use interface lets you change fonts, bold or italicize your text, adjust text color and alignment, and more. As you compose each new blog post, Blogger saves it automatically, without interrupting your typing. There's also an easy-to-use spell-check feature and a simple way to add labels to your posts. In addition, Blogger includes an HTML editor that lets you fully customize the look and feel of your posts.

Your free website

When you create your blog, you can host it for free on Blog*Spot. Just choose an available URL and you're ready to go. If you change your mind and want a different URL later, making the change is easy. Blogger also includes a custom domain option; you can have a domain name, like, and we'll still host your blog there, giving you all of Blogger's great features.

Customize your template

You can choose from many templates for your blog; simply pick the one that best fits your needs. In addition, you can customize your blog's design using our intuitive drag-and-drop interface. You can also add powerful gadgets such as slideshows, user polls, or even AdSense ads. Changing the fonts and colors on your blog is easy too. If you want more precise control over your blog's layout, you can also use the Edit HTML feature.

Add photos and videos to your post

You can easily add a photo to your blog post by clicking on the image icon in the post editor toolbar. Your photos are then hosted in your free Picasa Web Albums account, where you can order prints and organize photos into albums. Adding a video to your post is just as easy; just click on the film-strip icon on the post editor toolbar to get started. Videos uploaded through Blogger are hosted on Google Video.

More Features

New! Develop your community

Let your readers follow your blog by adding the Followers gadget to your layout. With this gadget, your readers can click the "Follow This Blog" link to add your blog to their Blogger Dashboard and Google Reader account. They also have the option to add their image and profile to your blog to tell the world that they're a fan.

New! Feedback from your readers

It's easy for readers to leave comments on any of your blog posts, giving you useful, timely feedback. They can leave comments right below the post, in a pop-up window, or on a separate page. You can also use Reactions to let your readers quickly provide feedback with just one click.

New post notifications

Your readers can choose to subscribe to your blog's feeds, so they're notified whenever you publish a new blog post. You can also customize what's shared in your blog's feed, and set up your blog to email new posts automatically to specific email addresses or mailing lists.

One simple ID

Because you can login to Blogger with your Google Account — which also gives you access to Gmail, iGoogle, orkut, etc. — you have one less username and password to remember. Your blog's address can also be used as an OpenID to give you a single digital identity across the web. Since your blog can accept comments from OpenID users in addition to registered Blogger members, it'll be easier for all your readers to leave feedback and participate in your conversations.

Languages of the world

Blogger is currently available in 41 languages including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian speakers can use Blogger with Right-to-Left display and formatting. And transliteration is available for five Indic languages.

Advanced Features

New! Posting on the go

Blogger has many additional ways for you to post to your blog. You can post to your blog from your mobile phone or through a secret Mail-to-Blogger email address. Or use the Blogger Post Gadget to edit and publish posts directly from your custom iGoogle homepage. With these options, it's easy to post to your blog whenever you want, from wherever you may be.

Group blogging

With Blogger, it's easy to create a team blog, allowing multiple bloggers to contribute to a single blog. You select which team members have administrative authority and those who are just authors. You can also choose to make your blog private and restrict who can view it. This puts you in full control of your blog.

Third-party applications

You can choose among a host of third-party applications that integrate with Blogger to make it even easier for you to blog. Be sure to check out if you're a developer and want to create your own great app.

Even more features...

We're constantly developing new features for Blogger; check out Blogger Buzz to stay on top of all the latest additions and changes. If you want to try some of our experimental features, check out Blogger in draft. And if you need more information about any of Blogger's features, be sure to visit the Blogger Help site or discussion group. To see what others are posting, check out Blogs of Note and Blogger Play. We hope you like what we've created.

How do I create a Blogger account?

In order to get started with Blogger, you'll first need to create an account. On the Blogger homepage, click the "Create Your Blog Now" button:
Screenshot: Create A New Blog On the following page you'll be prompted to create a Google Account. You can use your Google Account on other Google services. If you already have a Google Account perhaps from Gmail, Google Groups, or Orkut, please sign in first. After you've done that, you'll need to enter a display name and accept Blogger's Terms of Service.
Once you're done with this, you'll be prompted to Create a Blog and get started!

How do I create a blog that Blogger will host for free?

Before you can create a free blog on Blog*Spot, Blogger's hosting service, you need to have already created an account on Once you've logged into, click the Create a Blog link above your list of blogs:
Screenshot: Create a Blog On Step 2, enter a Title and Address (URL). You'll also need to type in the verification word displayed on this page, to confirm that you are a real person and not a computer. When you're done, click continue:
Screenshot: Create Blog*Spot blog On Step 3, you can choose a template for your blog; this is how it will appear when you publish it. Next, Blogger will create your new blog and reserve your spot on BlogSpot. As soon as you make your first post, your page will appear at the address you chose. You're all ready to blog!


Making Money With Linkbucks  

Publié par simohamed

Linkbucks: The Social Advertising Network

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Linkbucks is the first Internet advertising network to recognize that the interplay between websites and web users is the foundation of a successful viral campaign. Our network brings web users, websites, and marketers together in a way that is beneficial to everyone.

An Ad Network Built Around Your Site

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Here's a novel concept: an ad company that doesn't load you down with rules and restrictions, allows you to control your own placements, and pays out twice per month.

Ads that don't distract your visitors

If there's one thing web surfers hate, it's being bombarded by flashing "Warning" ads from every corner of a web page. This is why our service is based around links that you control. With Linkbucks, you get paid to link to whatever you want.

Make money from your outbound traffic - not your loyal visitors

Because of the way most ad networks are set up, sites are encouraged to annoy their loyal visitors in order to earn their money. Linkbucks changes that by monetizing your outbound traffic instead. Now you can earn money by linking to the site you would anyway.

High rates, paid twice per month

Our relationships with leading marketers enable us to pay rates above and beyond the industry standard. Also, unlike most ad companies that only pay out every few months, we send your money every two weeks.

Specific solutions for your site

We're willing to work closely with you to help keep monetize your site. We have custom programs for forums and blogs.

A partner you can trust

Linkbucks has been operating since 2005. We have a proven track record of paying all our affiliates, and have never missed a payment.

Social Advertising For Web Users

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Regular web users have been responsible for every successful site on the Internet. Linkbucks is the first ad network that recognizes this valuable contribution, and pays web users for the "buzz" they generate.

Your links have value

When you share a webpage or file with your friends, you're making money for someone. Websites and advertising companies make millions because of the traffic they receive. The viral nature of the web has unfortunately left regular web surfers out of the money-making equation. Linkbucks is changing all that by paying YOU for linking to any site or page that you want.

Easy to use

We've designed our system so that you can be earning money in minutes. All you have to do is add your links to our site and you're ready to go.

How does it work?

All you have to do is join our site (it's free) and start creating your links. For each page you add, you'll get a Linkbucks link that you can start promoting to your friends. Your new paying links will still point to the same page, but will have an ad type of your choosing that will earn you money. Each time one of your links is clicked -- you earn money. Payments are sent out twice per month like clockwork. To learn more, visit more information page.

Linkbucks: The Social Advertising Network


Linkbucks is a specialized advertising network that focuses on unique, high-performing placements. Our main formats are: Intermission ads that appear between pages, and framed banners at the top of a visitor's browser.

Placements that work

Ad formats

Interstitial/Intermission: These ads appear between pages and have the visitor's full attention for 16 seconds.

Frame link: These are 728x90 leaderboards that appear in a frame on top of the visitor's browser.

Campaign optimization

We make it a priority to optimize our clients' campaigns so that they meet or exceed performance expectations. We will work closely with you to ensure that your message is reaching the right audience, and achieving your goals.

So i think that everything is clear now about making money using linkbucks and you can start this from here :

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Making Money With Neobux  

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NeoBux is a free worldwide service available in both English and Portuguese language.

Our service consists of allowing advertisers to reach thousands of potential customers by displaying their advertisement in our site and users to earn money by viewing those advertisements.

Our users click on the advertiser's ad and view it during the amount of time specified by the advertiser.
After viewing the ad, the user gets credited with a pre-determined amount of cash on their NeoBux account.

You don't need to pay us to start earning. So, now that you're a registered user, start earning money for free!

How Much Can I Win ?

The amount of cash the user earns varies between the user's membership, the ad viewed and the number of referrals the user has.

For example:

If you have a Golden Membership, click 10 top ads a day and refer 150 members who also click 10 top ads a day:
You win $30.2 (US dollars) per day that translates to around $936.2 (US dollars) per month. Now, try to multiply that for a year!

With even more referrals (which can be rented or obtained freely) and more ads, we will leave it to your imagination.

(This is just an example. Actual earnings can be different depending on the factors above and we cannot predict or assure them.)

You don't need to pay us to start earning. So, now that you're a registered user, start earning money for free!

How Much Do I Get Paid And When ??

The amount we pay you is divided between several factors.

First let's describe the amount you win per click and for each of your referral's clicks depending on the type of membership you have:

Pioneer and Standard Membership

Per click: $0.010 (standard exposure) · $0.015 (extended exposure)
Per referral click: $0.005 (standard exposure) · $0.010 (extended exposure)

Golden Membership

Per click: $0.010 (standard exposure) · $0.020 (extended exposure)
Per referral click: $0.010 (standard exposure) · $0.020 (extended exposure)

We also have mini exposure advertisements where users earn $0.005 for each click without referral commissions.

Minimum Payout:

The minimum payout amount is set at $2.00 (two US dollars) for your first payout request, $3.00 (three US dollars) for the second, $4.00 (four US dollars) for the third and so on until $10.00 (ten US dollars).
This means that when you reach or go beyond this limit, you can request your earned money.

Amount of time for payment processing:

After you request your payment, you'll receive it instantly in your chosen payment processor account unless some kind of technical difficulty is encountered during the process.

And Now My Offer For You:
make money with the most easiest way on the internet nowadays , get cash right to ur Paypal account , its basically free money , free paypal money .
So if youwant to start making money from home and for free you can start by being my referral and by doing that im going to offer you some gifts + my help and some tricks so you can earn even more money, and you can start from here :