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How to Add a Logo to the Genesis Header

One question I get asked often is how to add a logo to the Genesis header. To add an image logo to your header you ideally would want access to sever files through FTP. However, it is entirely possibly to do with without FTP access by using the media library and the admin file editor in WordPress, though I do not recommend tis way.

Step 1: Create your logo

I would guess most of you have already went ahead and completed this step even before reading this tutorial, but you never know. Anyways, make sure to have your logo handy and sized appropriately. In the default child theme the title area is 350px x 90px, but feel free to create the logo as big or little as you want it.

Step 2: Upload your logo

Have your favorite FTP tool? Open it up and navigate to your images folder in your child theme. Upload your logo to this directory and make sure to remember the name of the file.

Filezilla or Cyberduck are good FTP browsing apps.

Step 3: Update Settings

To ready the area for the logo make sure to update Genesis header settings to ‘Image logo’. This adds a class to the body of ‘.header-image’ to allow us to style the title area specifically for use with an image logo. If you don’t see this setting it is possible you are using a header background, and this option is unavailable (In the future I may update or write a new post to how to add a logo with a header background).

Step 4: Modify style.css

This step may vary depending on your child theme, but the idea is the same.
In your child theme’s style.css you would want to find the lines below or similar.

/* Image Header - Partial Width
------------------------------------------------------------ */
.header-image #title-area,
.header-image #title,
.header-image #title a {
    display: block;
    float: left;
    height: 90px;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding: 0;
    text-indent: -9999px;
    width: 350px;
.header-image #description {
    display: block;
    overflow: hidden;

If you can’t find anything similar in your child theme feel free to add it yourself. The CSS above is actually taking the text from the site title area and pushing it off-screen. There are also many ways of accomplishing this, but for this tutorials lets just use what we have. So, long as this CSS now is in your theme, where you saw your header text before it will be blank. To get your logo to appear we need to set the background of this area to the logo you uploaded in step 2. To do this add the lines below making sure to ‘update your-logo-filename.png’ yo your filename.

.header-image #title a {
    background: url( 'images/your-logo-filename.png' ) no-repeat;

If your logo is bigger than the default size make sure to tweak the height and width of your title area.
Note: If adjusting width wider than the 350px default you may also need to update ‘#header .widget-area’.

Step 5: Cheer in Success (or slam things in frustration)

Taking a look at your site now you should see your logo in all magnificent glory. If not don’t panic or be frustrated. Make sure to go over the past steps, and that the path to your logo is correct. If it needs some minor tweaking to fit in the area inspect it with firebug or your browser’s built-in inspector and play with it till perfect.

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Sample for Blog-Article Posting at website Upwork Cover Letter

Upwork cover letter

Dear sir

{Explain something about you}

I have got your job posting “Job Title” and I am very much interested to work in your project. I am a pro blogger and have more than 6 years experiences of blog writing, Posting and SEO. So, I think you’ll find, I have the skills you’re looking for.

I set up many websites using WordPress and html.I like WordPress very much!!!, here is my latest working wordpress portfolio:-

{Add here your working portfolio}

Clients of WordPress websites always asked a lot of customization for purchased templates, so I did much work to adjust sites for their requirements doing PHP programming for e-mail subscriptions, pop-ups alerts, not standard registration forms and complicated pop-up menus.

All sites were responsive adopted for Win, MAC, iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Mobile devices.

Which of the required job skills do you feel you are strongest at?
– I feel 100% confident to accomplish this job in time, with high quality and following all your requirements even if they are too specific or complicated.

Which part of this project do you think will take the most time?
– The easiest part is to setup wordpress and launch site as is  it can be done for 5 minutes. The most difficult is to apply changes if they beyond the theme customization options.

I feel excited to get this job. My rate can be adjusted, because this is only the second job on oDesk  so I mostly work for getting feedback.

I am very flexible in working time and communications. I can follow all your requirements and can advice good solutions to accomplish this job effectively and with the minimum budget.

Waiting to hearing from you

Increase your website traffic in 5 simple ways

Traffic is very important to every website to increase website rank. To increase your website global ranking and get more payment from the ads it is very necessary tasks to get more traffic. So every one try to increase traffic to there website.

So here I will guide you how you can easily improve your website traffic and how you easily attract visitors. Please read my whole article carefully, I think it make lot of help to all of you to improve your website.


1. Build Your Social Media Audience to get traffic.

Social audience building can be unpredictable, but if you have your priorities in order, it’s an effective and fast way to scale your potential user base. Here’s why: on social media, you can engage with users publicly and directly. You can use content to start attracting an audience naturally, or ads (more on those in a moment) to funnel traffic directly, but more importantly, you can actually engage with people.

When you engage with social users—by liking or sharing their posts, or just by engaging them in conversation—you introduce them to your brand. It takes some upfront work, but in a matter of weeks you could theoretically build an audience of thousands to serve as a platform for even further growth.

2. Leverage Influences.

Remember what I said about high-profile publishers being a shortcut to a wider audience? Influences basically work the same way, except you’ll be engaging with an individual rather than hosting your client on an external site. You can find influences in your industry by crawling the social media world or finding one through search.

From there, you’ll need to build a relationship, which could involve sharing their work, asking them questions, or otherwise showing them you’re interested in their work. From there, they might share your content on their own, or you could ask them for an interview opportunity for mutual visibility—just stay respectful of their time and don’t ask for free publicity directly. If successful, you’ll instantly gain an audience of thousands, and from there, you can continue to nurture the relationship or find new influences to tap as resources.

3. Use Paid Ads.

Paid advertising is my least favorite of the strategies listed here, but it’s an important option to mention. Why is it my least favorite? Because it has the lowest long-term potential. You’ll pay upfront for a guaranteed stream of inbound traffic to your site, which may be valuable, but once you withdraw that budget, the ads are turned off and your stream becomes defunct. I like to compare it to building equity in a home vs. paying rent.

Compare that to something like influencer leveraging, which gives you a new relationship to draw upon in your industry, or social marketing, where your audience sticks around (practically) forever. Advertising is a good strategy that’s both fast and profitable, but it just doesn’t have the potential growth or gains that organic strategies offer. With that said, here are some good options for fast paid traffic:

  • StumbleUpon ads
  • Reddit ads
  • Facebook ads
  • Twitter ads
  • LinkedIn ads
  • Google Adwords
  • Bing ads


Get traffic

4. Run Contests and Promotions.

Contests and promotions are somewhat like paid advertising in the sense that you’ll have to make an upfront investment—usually in a hot consumer product, a gift card, or something similarly valuable. Then, you ask your users to engage in some behavior to be entered into the contest (such as liking or sharing your post on social media).

Contests are powerful because they naturally spread themselves—users like to share these opportunities, and it’s a good way to get widespread visibility quickly. You might even have a long-term benefit if the social users who engage with your contest end up following your brand. The key is to find the right contest—one that’s original, valuable, and interesting to your key demographics.

Remember that “fast” traffic isn’t always good traffic, and it doesn’t always mean you’re getting a good return on your investment. When it comes to the long-term return on every dollar spent, SEO and content marketing beat paid advertising almost every time (assuming proper strategic positioning). Think of it like buying seeds to grow your own vegetables versus buying the vegetables directly from the store; with the right time and care, your garden will return far more riches to your initial investments, but sometimes you need a shortcut to tide you over. Try to keep these short-term methods in balance with your long-term strategies to reap the benefits of both.

5. Guest Post.

Guest posts serve multiple functions, but there are two which make them a selling point for those after fast gains. First, guest posts connect you with authorities who already have established audiences. Take TechCrunch as an example—its readership is in the millions, so if you can get your brand featured there, you can lean on that visibility. Unfortunately, the more visible the publisher, the harder it is to get featured, so set your sights on something smaller to start.

The second selling point is the possibility for direct traffic; as long as your content is authoritative and valuable, you’ll wind up with a strong flow of users to your site. Plus, as a long-term advantage, guest posts will help you in both content marketing and SEO—because of that, it’s my favorite of the five on this list.


Top 5 Unique Ways to Better Connect With Your Audience Through Surveys

Would you agree that knowing the goals, passions, and struggles of your audience would grow your blog quickly? If so, you’d be right. But how do you get in the mind of your audience?

The best way to intimately understand your audience is through surveys. I want to share with you 5 unique ways you can better understand your audience using simple surveys.

5 Unique Ways to Better Connect with Your Audience Through Surveys

1. The Annual Reader Survey

A great strategy to employ in an effort to stay in touch with your audience is the annual reader survey. This is the most lengthy of all the surveys listed here.

The goal is for you to get a thorough understanding of both the demographics and psychographics of your audience.

The demographics help you to understand the average age of your audience, life stage, income level, education level, and so on.

The psychographics assists you in getting into the mind of your audience. What are their goals, passions, and struggles? What fears do they have and what keeps them awake at night?

One of the best examples of a blogger who does the annual reader survey well is Michael Hyatt. I’ve used his template in the past to survey my own audiences with success.

2. The Occasional Deep Dive Survey

Whether you decide to go for the annual reader survey or not, I’d strongly encourage you to at the very least start with a deep dive survey.

The goal of the deep-dive survey is to only ask 3-6 questions that give you the highest participation with the most important information you want.

For example, one of the most important questions you can ask your audience is: “What’s the single biggest challenge you have with [insert topic]?”

The goal then is for you to group all your answers into 3-5 customer segment buckets. Now, you have a strategy for creating products and services driven by direct feedback from your audience and not something you just assumed.

3. The Segment Your Traffic Survey

After the deep-dive survey, He uses a survey strategy he calls the micro-commitment survey. I call it the segment your traffic survey.

What if you were able to engage your website visitors into a quick survey that places them into the topic they are most interested in? Would it be easy to get them to open emails and possibly purchase products and services from you? Of course, it would.

4. The Product Launch Survey

I’ve deployed this survey strategy before every online course I’ve ever created. I usually like to ask 5-7 questions only. I use the feedback to better understand what to include in the course. Also, it makes for great copy for your sales pages.

For example, before launching Kindle Your Passion, I asked my audience: “Have you every thought about publishing a Kindle book?” When 87% of them said “yes” I knew this was a high demand product.

5. The Pivot Survey

Ryan Levesque also uses this survey strategy in his business as well. I love this idea and plan to use it in my business. Essentially, this survey is an email that goes out to non-buyers of your product and simply asks them: “What would you like to learn about next?”

Depending on what they select you can have an autoresponder email sequence triggered to deliver them future content about that topic. While it may take the time to set this up, it’s a great automated strategy to work toward.

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com

IPhone SEO Apps You Must Use In 2017

You must have felt that it is too boring to be chained to your desktop for doing SEO for your website. Laptop and tablets are really good option because they give you freedom to roam anywhere and at the same stay connected to your SEO campaigns. Now the iPhone has bring a major revolution because now you can choose some powerful SEO apps and stick to your strategies while roaming. This post is all about iPhone SEO Apps You Must Use in 2016.

Amazing iPhone SEO Apps You Must Use in 2016

iSEO – This amazing SEO app can help you track your stats easily from anywhere. It will show you the PageRank, link popularity, social mentions, directories and many more. It is really a complete package that you need.

Deep Whois – This powerful app lets you check out the WHOIS details for any domain, hostnames and IP networks. It is a very useful tool for the domain and link research. You can also keep an eye on your competitors.

Keyword Tool – This unique tool doesn’t require you to login or sign up to use its awesome services. You can easily collect all important insights that you need. You can find out keywords search volume, suggested keywords, competition of any keyword and a lot more.

Woopra – It is surely a most needed SEO app. It is a customer analytics service. It can help you track and analyze the customer data. You can see exactly what users are doing on your site in real time. You can keep a track of your SEO campaigns and receive all notifications and details.

Web Admin – See your Google PageRank, public IP address, Facebook like count, Twitter share count, Alexa backlinks, page load time and and many more. It is a most wanted SEO app that you must try.

Quicklytics – The fast and easiest way to check your Google Analytics account. You can have unlimited Google Analytics accounts and unlimited sites per account. You can really get the average pageviews, bounce rate, and number of pageviews anytime anywhere.




A 10 day program to create your first Android app

Building your first Android app doesn’t have to be hard. If you aren’t overly ambitious, then you can break the process down into some simple steps and avoid overwhelming yourself in one go. The trick is to make your first app relatively simple and to focus on creating something. Don’t try and create your magnum opus first time around – build something small to learn the ropes and to understand how it all works. This will give you the understanding and the confidence you need to go bigger next time.


In this post, I’ll show you exactly how to do that in 10 simple steps. We’ll go from the initial inception and ideation, all the way through to uploading your app to the Play Store. All you need is a couple of hours in the evening spread out over 10 days and you can officially call yourself an app developer!

Day 1: Ideation

Before you can get started, you obviously need to have an idea of what you’re going to create. Working toward a project makes learning much easier because it creates context and direction. Thus your first step is ideation – coming up with a cool app concept.

The aim here is not to become the next Mark Zuckerberg with a world-changing idea though. Instead, the aim should be to create something that’s as simple as possible while still being fun/interesting. Don’t make it so boring that you don’t want to make it but try to avoid any complex functions as far as possible. Ideally, the app will only require one ‘screen’ (activity) and will involve some simple interactions so that something happens when the user presses a button. Consider it a challenge to make something that’s genuinely useful with the minimum amount of code.

You can build something more complicated in future but to get you started the priority is to get a working app in the store. By the end of day one, you should know what it is you’re going to make and have an idea of how it will function.

Day 2: Drawing a wireframe

Now you know what it is you want to create, you should come up with a basic wireframe for the app. Wireframing is an expression often used in web design but it applies here too. It means drawing a map of the individual screens (if you’re going to have more than one), of the buttons, and of any graphics you’re going to use (like logos, images, backgrounds etc.). This will give you a good outline for everything you need to create.

You can find a pretty good guide to creating wireframes from Google here. I recommend going with something a little less complex for your first app though. Don’t worry about following any particular method for creating your plan either – just draw it out in a way that you understand and that comes naturally. Use some grid paper and sketch freely. Either way, by the end of day 2 you should have a sketch of your app and know precisely what graphical elements you’ll need.

Day 3: Choosing your IDE and setting it up

The next step is to choose your IDE and programming language and then get set up. The IDE is your ‘Integrated Development Environment’; a piece of software that provides everything you need to develop your apps. This software will provide the window where you’ll enter your code, it will check it and format it as you type and it will compile everything for you when you’re ready to test it or publish it. The IDE is notthe programming language itself though, so depending on the method you’re using you’re also going to need to download the Software Development Kit, which contains the compilers for the programming language itself. Don’t worry about that though, just follow the steps outlined and it will all be handled for you.

The most common way to build Android apps is to use Android Studio and Java. This is the official method recommended by Google and it will afford you a lot of flexibility while ensuring there’s plenty of support if things go wrong. This is also the method you will need to know if you ever plan on becoming a professional developer. I’ve published a post previously walking through the steps needed to get started with Android Studio. This will show you how to install and set-up everything you need from Android Studio itself, to Java and the Android SDK. Again, don’t worry about it.

There are numerous other options for your IDE and language too however. You may pick Unity and C++ for instance if you want to make a game. Basic4Android is an IDE focused on rapid development that lets you code with BASIC rather than Java. There’s even an IDE that runs on Android called AIDE.

In the vast majority of cases though, I recommend that you use Android Studio for your first app (and the rest of this post will assume that’s the route you’re taking). Walk through the steps I outlined to set that up and try to create your first ‘Hello World’ program by the end of day 3.

Day 4: Learning the basics of Java

As we’re using Android Studio and Java to build our app, it will certainly pay to learn a little Java. There’s no need to becoming a coding wizard at this stage but you should at least know what the formatting looks like and you should be familiar with some simple concepts such as variables, classes and conditional statements.

And as you do this, revisit your wireframe and make a note of what will happen on each button click. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to connect certain code to certain interactions yet, that will come with time. This is all going to be very abstract at this point!

Day 5: Creating/acquiring your images

That was a bit heavy, so for day five we’re going to come back to doing something a little easier and more fun. Specifically, we’re going to create and acquire the images that we need. You should know exactly what kinds of materials you’ll want based on your wireframe and that will include things like icons, logos and backgrounds.

” There’s nothing wrong with using free materials; most professional apps do it! “

Some of these things you can build yourself using tools like Adobe Illustrator. Others you’ll probably want to borrow and fortunately, there are tons of free resources where you can find images in the public domain. Check out Icons, fonts, tools and more resources for Android developers for a helpful list. You could even go another route and outsource some aspects of the design.

We’re aiming to do this in an evening remember, so don’t be too ambitious! There’s nothing wrong with using free materials; most professional apps do it!

Day 6: Building the layout

Now you’re going to create your layout in Android Studio using the ‘designer’. This is a tool that lets you simply drag and drop the widgets (also called ‘views’) where you want them on the page. You’ll need to start a new project in Android Studio to do this but there will still be no coding necessary at this point (except maybe a little XML). To start a new project select File > New > New Project. Follow the steps selecting a name for your project and for your activities and choose ‘Empty Activity’.

Now we’re going to be launching the ‘designer’ before starting to arrange where we want our widgets/ views (the buttons, images and text etc.). I’ve written about how to go about this in my tutorial How to build and use a basic Android app for your business and although that post is about creating a business app, the same layout and design principles apply. That post will also show you how to add the graphics you collected to your project.

Day 7: Writing the code

Now comes the more challenging part – adding the code. You know the basics of Java and you have your widgets/views already in place. Now you’re going to open the Java file for your main activity and simply create some ‘onClick’ events to add code that will run only when users click a specific button or otherwise take a specific action.

As you build your code, you’ll want to test that it’s working. You can either do this by building a ‘debug’ APK and installing it on your device, or by using the AVD (Android Virtual Device) Manager. This lets you run Android apps on your computer so that you can test whether your apps are working or not.

Day 8: Implementing more advanced functionality

You probably didn’t completely finish your code in one day with only a few hours’ worth of learning Java (unless you’re some kind of prodigy!), so this bit will take a little longer. That’s why I’m setting aside two days to add the code…

By now though, you should have some of the basic functionality in place so that your app responds to button clicks (in one way or another) and perhaps stores some variables.

Next is to add the more advanced functionality that will be specific to your app. For example, you might want your app to play music when a button is clicked. Maybe you want to add some flashy animations. Or perhaps you need to know how to transition from one activity to the other.

” With the ability to look up your own solutions and use them, there’s really no challenge you can’t handle. “

All these things are relatively easy but I can’t cover all of them here because I don’t know what kind of app you’re making! So instead of giving you fish, I’m going to teach you how to fish… Just identify what it is you need your app to do and then search Google to find advice on how to get that working.

For example, if you want your button to play a sound when you click on it, just search: “Android Studio play mp3 on click”

At the time of writing, that search string brings up a ton of different suggestions from sites like Stack Overflow and YouTube. You don’t even need to understand how the solutions work – just grab the code and paste it into your own app to add the required functionality (replacing any variables as necessary).

With the ability to look up your own solutions and use them, there’s really no challenge you can’t handle. By the end of day 8, your app should be able to do all the things that it needs to do.

Day 9: Adding some extra polish

Being realistic, your app is probably still a little rough around the edges at this point, so you should do some stress testing to make sure it isn’t going to crash all the time and maybe add some polish here and there too.

Another tip is to give your app to your friends and family so they can have a go at testing it. Do what needs to be done to make sure your basic app is polished and ready for the prime time.

Day 10: Publishing your app

Finally, you need to publish your app. That means you need to sign your application and create a new APK (the installation file that users will download to use your app). Signing is a form of certification which ensures no one except you can upload updates etc. The official documentation can be found here. You should also view this page to find out how to build a release-ready APK through Android Studio.

step of uploading the APK to Google. You’ll need to pay a $25 registration fee but it’s a one off and hopefully it will prove to be a smart investment once you’re a billionaire app developer!

As you go through this process, you’ll be required to select a price (free is probably best for now) and to fill out fields pertaining to your app description. You’ll also need to add some screenshots and an icon. For some pointers on how to get your app to stand out in the store

Day 11: Rest

And on the 11th day, you shall rest! And also watch in eager anticipation as your download counter creeps up and you start getting reviews (hopefully anyway!). Don’t worry if that doesn’t happen though; this is just a learning curve and no matter how things turned out, you should now be much better poised to start on your next project. And regardless of whether you managed all this in ten days, hopefully you now understand the process you need to go through in order to create your own applications. It really isn’t all that hard once you jump in!


How to create a shopify online store in 15 minutes

It is no secret that we think Shopify is a great ecommerce platform, there is a reason why it tops our list. It used to be that setting up an ecommerce store took a lot of hours as well as a lot of know-how. Today, however, that has changed and setting up an online store only takes a few minutes. With a few mouse clicks and a little typing, you can set up your own store on the web. There’s a reason why Shopify is such a popular platform. Perhaps the biggest reason lies in the fact that creating your first store has never been easier. In the video below, we show you how you can set up your own Shopify store in less than 15 minutes. If you want to learn more about Shopify, then you can either sign up for their 14 day free trial, or you can read the full Shopify review here.

If you’re more into reading, here’s a detailed tutorial for you to walk through:

Step 1: Sign Up for Shopify

Navigate to the Shopify website, and click on the Get Started button. Fill in your desired email address, password and store name.

It will then ask you if you’d like to make a brick and mortar store or an online shop. For this tutorial we’re only going to make an online shop, so select that option and click Next.

The following page asks you to fill in personal information such as your name, address and phone number, all of which is used to configure currencies and tax rates.

After you click Next, tell Shopify about yourself by specifying how much you plan to sell and if you’re already selling. Click on the Enter My Store button when complete.

Step 2: Add a Product to Your Shopify Store

When going to your Shopify backend it outlines a nice step-by-step process on how to completely setup your shop. The first button asks you to add a product, so you should click on that first.

The Add product page is similar to something you would see on WordPress. You can fill in details like a title, description, price and vendor. Feel free to complete however much of the product page you’d like. Just make sure you save the product at the end.

Step 3: Customize the Look of Your Site

Go back to the main dashboard, and select the Customize the Look of Your Site button. This area asks you to customize anything from logos to colors. This takes a bit of tinkering, but the main part you want to focus on is the link that asks you to Visit the Theme store.

Here you can browse through the hundreds of themes in Shopify to make your site look awesome.

Step 4: Setup Your Domain

After you choose your template and design your website to your liking, it’s time to select a domain to make your site official and make it live.

Go back to the dashboard and click on the spot that asks to Add a Domain. This asks you whether you want to transfer a domain or register a new one. Choose the domain you like and walk through the steps to make the purchase. You’ll also need to specify which Shopify payment play you’d like to go with.

Upon activation you can then go to that particular domain and see your website.

Step 5: Activate Your Payment Processor

Click on the tab to the left of the dashboard called Payments. This area allows you to select from dozens of payment processors such as Stripe and Authorize.net. Shopify also has it’s own payment processor which is super easy to implement. Simply walk through the steps to activate your payment processor. This allows you to accept payments and put those payments in an account.

After all is said and done you can click on the Launch Website button to make the store live. Congratulations! You now have a fully functional Shopify store.

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How to install Laravel 5 with Xampp (Windows)


  • PHP >= 5.5.9
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension

Install Xampp

First of all, we need Xampp, so we can download it from the official page: Download Xampp


After you’ve downloaded and installed Xampp, we need to install Composer.

Composer is a PHP package manager that is integrated with Laravel Framework. In Windows we can install it easy going to the official page and download the installer.

Composer Download page

After install it, we can open a Windows terminal and write composer for execute the command:

Xampp Virtual Host

We will configure a Virtual Host in Xampp for a Laravel project, and in this example, we want to configure the domain laravel.dev for our project.

We need to edit httpd-vhosts.conf that is located in C:\xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-vhosts.conf and add following lines at the end of the file:

# VirtualHost for LARAVEL.DEV
<VirtualHost laravel.dev:80>
DocumentRoot "C:\xampp\htdocs\laravel\public"
ServerAdmin laravel.dev
<Directory "C:\xampp\htdocs\laravel">
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
AllowOverride All
Require all granted

After this, our apache is listening to laravel.dev connections, but we have to configure ourhosts file that allows to redirect laravel.dev to the localhost that is located inC:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc

IMPORTANT!: To edit this file, maybe we should give access, click properties and allow your user to modify this file. Edit hosts file adding our localhost for laravel.dev:

# localhost name resolution is handled within DNS itself.
#       localhost
#	::1             localhost	laravel.dev

Save the file and we are ready to install laravel.

Install Laravel Framework

We are prepared to install and configure a Laravel Framework. First of all, we have to navigate to htdocs folder to install it and run this following command:

composer create-project laravel/laravel laravel "5.1.*"

Will start the installation of the Framework:

When it finishes, it will create following directory schema:

Finally, start our apache and MySql from Xampp control panel:


Navigate to laravel.dev and Laravel it’s installed!

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Top 3 Ways To make money from Facebook/How To Make Money With Facebook

How to make money with facebook app:

Everyone has a question in his mind. That how to make money. Many peoples doing 9 to 5 jobs for the money. And some else using online platforms to earn money. Hence everyone making money. So if you want to know how to make money from the Facebook app. This article is for you. First of all, I tell you that there is no shortcut to earning money from Facebook. You have to do daily work. It’s hard to do it in the start. But it’s almost simple. Therefore if you work with the routine you will probably get results. First of all, I will give you information about the Facebook app. Then I will tell the probably best ways to make money. So without wasting the time. Let’s get started.

Facebook app:

Facebook app is a product of the Facebook company. You can simply download the Facebook app from Google play store. Nowadays everyone is using Facebook. Hence if you want to make money. First of all, make an account on the app. Now you can make a page or group. In order to earn money, you have to post on your page daily and make it popular. More the peoples like your page the more is your income.

Ways to earn money from Facebook:

Everyone want to earn money. So if you want to earn money online facebook is a must have an option for you. There are many ways you can earn money from Facebook. Therefore I will tell you all the provable ways to earn money. So let’s get started don’t forget to share this articles with your Facebook friends.

  • By promoting products: so if you have a Facebook page or group with a good audience. You can contact different product sellers and promote their products on your Facebook fan page or group and can charge a commission on a sale .
  • By selling pages or group: you can earn a good amount of money by selling your popular page or group which is active. Many people are there to purchase your pages you can sell them online by giving an ad on your own page.
  • By video monetisation: Facebook announced that you can earn money from your videos by placing ads between them. It will be starting from April 2017 you can add ads in your live videos and can make money but there is a condition. That your page has minimum 2000 followers.

Earn money by display advertising on fb page:

You can earn money from your facebook fan page by showing ads on it. Display advertisement on Facebook page with a active following base is good. You can give or paste adlinks on your post. The easiest methods are posting amazon associate ads link on your page. You can make your account on flipkart and amazon associate and can get the ad links. Hence you just have to post them on your profile. Whenever they got a deal from your link. You will get commission from the company. You can advertise different companies product on your page . Some of them are following.

  1. Amazon: you can make an account on Amazon associate and can get product URL.Then just paste the URL on your page post. Whenever a sale is made you will get a commission.
  2. Flipkart: similarly like amazon, you can use Flipkart affiliate links and post them on your page similarly you will get a commission when a sale made.
  3. Godaddy and hostgator: you can promote godaddy and hostgator products. like hosting or seo services on your page and can get a commission.
  4. Myntra and shopclues: like flipkart and amazon you can promote mantra and shopclues products on your page and can make money.

Tips to get more likes on your facebook pages:

  1. Post daily on the page :  In order to get your page more active. You have to post on a regular base. I suggest you post daily 5 to 10 photos and 3 to 6 videos on your page and tell your user to share them you will get likes if the post goes viral.
  2. Run a Facebook campaign: If you wants a result. I suggest that you can run an ad campaign. Using Facebook ads to get likes on your facebook page.
  3. Do social campaign: you can promote your page by doing the social campaign. You can promote your page in social media.
  4. Go live daily: live stream daily on your FB page. Interact with your followers and tell them to share your stream. Hence you reach more people and get more likes.

My personal review on making money with facebook:

Yes you can . This is all I want to say. If you want to earn money from online work this is how to make money. Facebook is a must have option for all of you . I personally using these methods . In my case I am using Facebook page for promoting my website EarnWebTech.com. I am driving traffic from my page to my website. You can join my Fb page here . In my point of view making money from facebook is easy than other works you just need to have proper knowledge.

Mohit Saini is a freelancer and is actively engaged with several websites providing with articles on technology. He likes to stay updated with the current tech news related to Web Hosting and Domain Registration. For any questions, mail him 11mohitsaini@gmail.com