Tuesday, January 17, 2017

KUNG FU YOGA: रिलीज हुआ जैकी चैन और सोनू सूद की फिल्म का ट्रेलर

एक्टर जैकी चैन, सोनू सूद और एक्ट्रेस दिशा पटानी की आने वाली फिल्म 'कुंग फू योग' का ट्रेलर रिलीज कर दिया गया है। बॉलीवुड सुपरस्टार सलमान खान ने खुद ट्वीट कर फिल्म का ट्रेलर शेयर किया।
सलमान ने जैकी चैन का शुक्रिया एक अलग अंदाज में अदा करते हुए कहा, "मेरे छेदी सिंह को यह फिल्म देने के लिए जैकी चैन आपका शुक्रिया।"
ट्रेलर में जैकी चैन और सोनू सूद धमाकेदार एक्शन करते हुए नजर आ रहे हैं। फिल्म में भारतीय संस्कृति की झलक भी देखने को मिलेगी।
आपको बता दें कि 'कुंग फू योग' चीन के राष्ट्रपति शी जिनपिंग की पहले के यात्राओं के दौरान दोनों देशों के बीच की गई तीन फिल्मों के समझौते का हिस्सा है। इस फिल्म के डायरेक्टर स्टैनली टॉन्ग हैं। आपको बता दें कि सोनू इस फिल्म में निगेटिव किरदार निभाते नजर आएंगे। फिल्म में हॉलीवुड स्टार जैकी चैन और दिशा पटानी के अलावा अमायरा दस्तूर भी मेन रोल में दिखेंगी। आगे की स्लाइड में देखें ट्रेलर-

Vikram Bhatt, Shama Sikander's web series Maaya has us feeling Fifty Shades of Grey

Well, apart from the bit about BDSM.
In case you missed it, here's a quick lowdown to help you catch up.
Bhatt, whose cinematic oeuvre for the past some years now has been erotica, horror or a mish-mash of both, has created a new web series.
It's called Maaya, but this isn't the sort of Maya Shah Rukh Khan's character waxed eloquent over in Dil Toh Pagal Hai.
That Maya got off on dancing, the leading lady in Maaya gets off on being controlled.
She seeks out a stranger who will fulfill her need for being tied up and spanked.
[Cue scenes of Shama Sikander being tied up and spanked.]
Unlike Anastasia Steele (from Fifty Shades), our girl doesn't get to have (or want?) a happily ever after with her Christian Grey.
What she gets instead, is retrograde amnesia, guilt, and a husband who's trying to figure out her secret life (and decides to have an affair in revenge when he finds out what the wife's been up to).
What we get is lots of Shama Sikander hyperventilating, and mouthing dialogues like: "I can feel the invisible leash. Don't hold it too tight." (Erm, we thought folks who were into BDSM liked leashes. But maybe only of the tasseled, leather, visible sort.)
Here's the trailer for Maaya (it's NSFW) — which releases online on 27 January.

Bhangar: 2 dead, many wounded as villagers protest West Bengal power project

Two people were killed and many wounded in clashes that broke out during protests against a power grid project in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district on Tuesday, bringing back memories of the tumultuous days of anti-land acquisition agitations in Singur and Nandigram.
Both victims in Bhangar died of bullet injuries, buHighlight Storyt villagers said police did not fire at them and alleged the involvement of supporters of the ruling Trinamool Congress, which blamed people “against development” for the violence.
In the previous Left regime, there was an attempt to acquire land in Bhangar, but the state government retreated in the face of fierce protests in Singur and Nandigram led by chief minister Mamata Banerjee, who was then the opposition leader.
The situation had been tense in Bhangar from Monday evening, when police picked up two activists --- before releasing them an hour later under the instructions of top officials at the state secretariat.
On Tuesday morning, irate villagers vandalised police vehicles and set at least three buses on fire. They uprooted trees, blocked roads with the trunks and hurled brickbats at the police for hours. Mofijul Khan and Alam Mollah died in the firing that ensued.
“Supporters of Arabul Islam (a local TMC leader) shot my brother,” alleged Khan’s brother.
CM Banerjee rushed leaders such as Rajya Sabha MP Mukul Roy and minister Abdur Rezzak Mollah to talk to the agitators, who demanded the cancellation of the project.
The project, undertaken by the Powergrid Corporation of India, is nearing completion on a 16-acre plot that was acquired a couple of years ago. Villagers are also objecting to high-tension lines passing over their land.
“Work on the project stands suspended,” power minister Sovandeb Chatterjee told HT.
Sharmistha Chowdhury, one of the leaders of the movement, said the residents gathered at the site in the morning after a huge contingent of police entered the villages of Khamar Ait, Nutanhaat and Machhibhanga.
“As the police tried to disperse the gathering by firing tear gas shells and rubber bullets, the situation went out of control,” said Chowdhury.
The villagers’ movement is spearheaded by Jomi, Jibika, Poribesh O Bastutantra Raksha Committee (Committee to protect land, livelihood, environment and ecosystem), a little-known Naxalite outfit.
Turning the tables on Banerjee, the CPI-M came out in support of the farmers at Bhangar and threatened to hit the streets if police forces were not withdrawn.
“Police acted on the orders from the chief minister who herself had organised movements against land acquisition during the Left regime. But now she is busy organising global business summits,” said CPI-M state secretariat member Md Salim.
He criticised state minister and local MLA Moollah, who was the land reforms minister during the Left regime, and said: “Bhangar’s uncrowned king was sitting silently while tension was building up.”
Echoing what the Left leaders said during their rule, Trinamool Congress vice-president and Rajya Sabha MP Mukul Roy said: “Those creating disturbances are against development.”
“We are against land being taken away forcibly for any project,” said state Congress president Adhir Chowdhury.

Sydney Thunder in must-win clash against Adelaide Strikers

With Brisbane Heat becoming the first team to qualify for the Big Bash League semifinals, there are three more spots up for grabs with exactly four games remaining in the tournament. Each team is set to play once to make their case stronger except for the Heat and Adelaide Strikers. Despite topping the table last season, the Strikers have endured a miserable campaign and the loss on Monday (January 16) to Melbourne Renegades ensured that there were no hopes of making it to the knockout stages. 
But as the age old saying goes, a team that has nothing to lose can always be more dangerous than ever and that's exactly why Sydney Thunder will have to be at their best on Wednesday to ensure the Strikers don't become party poppers. A loss for Thunder will mean they are out of the competition. The likes of Kieron Pollard will look to go out with a flourish after failing to make an impact in the tournament. He has made only 98 runs in the seven games so far and his dull form was one of the reasons behind his side's failure to make it to the last-four stage. 
It could very well be Brad Hodge's final game for the Strikers as the skipper's contract runs out at the end of the season. It is still unclear whether he will be offered an extension but the veteran has expressed his desire to carry on playing. The failure to close out games has affected his side in a huge way as witnessed in their last two games. They allowed Ben Hilfenhaus to snatch victory away from them against Melbourne Stars and on Monday, it another close encounter saw them lose by six runs. If they can manage to iron out those flaws, then the defending champions will have their task cut out. 
After losing their first four games on the trot, the Thunder were on the brink of elimination before winning the next three to remain in contention. The defending champions were also hampered by the injury to Andre Russell and will hope that his replacement, Carlos Brathwaite, can leave the tournament on a high with a match-winning effort. The West Indian allrounder will not be available to play for the Thunder if they manage to qualify for the semifinals. 
The qualification though doesn't solely hinge on their win. It is going to be a very tough task for Thunder as they also need other results to go their way in the final three games. It could all come down to the net run rate and that could significantly hamper Thunder's slim hopes but they will first aim for the two points before looking beyond. Their revival began with Eoin Morgan hitting a six off the final ball to lead them to their first win of the campaign but with his departure to India, the batting department looks weakened. The onus will once again be on skipper Shane Watson to do lead his team's charge. He will also hope for his bowlers to continue the good work that has been put in the last three games. 
What: Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers, Match 29, 19:40 local time, 14:10 IST
Where: Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
What they said:
"It's certainly turned our season for us and I think we have shown the kind of cricket that we can play in the two games after that" - Thunder's opening batsman Kurtis Patterson on Morgan's last-ball six that helped them open their account.
"Who knows what the future holds, I didn't think I would play on this year and I was only going to play on if I had a good season" - Brad Hodge hopes to carry on playing in the BBL
Sydney Thunder (from): Shane Watson (C), Fawad Ahmed, Aiden Blizzard, Carlos Brathwaite, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Liam Hatcher, Jay Lenton, Clint McKay, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrer, James Vince
Adelaide Strikers (from): Brad Hodge (C), Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Jonathon Dean, Ben Dunk, Jon Holland, Chris Jordan, Ben Laughlin, Jake Lehmann, Tim Ludeman, Michael Neser, Kieron Pollard, Kane Richardson, Craig Simmons, Kelvin Smith, Billy Stanlake, Jake Weatherald

आर्म्स ऐक्ट केस: जोधपुर में सलमान, शिकार मामले में आज कोर्ट सुना सकता है फैसला


जोधपुर (राजस्थान)

बॉलिवुड ऐक्टर सलमान खान के लिए आज फैसले का दिन है। जोधपुर की एक अदालत सलमान खान के खिलाफ दर्ज आर्म्स ऐक्ट के एक मामले में आज अपना फैसला सुना सकती है। सलमान के खिलाफ दर्ज चार मामलों से यह एक है। आर्म्स ऐक्ट के इस मामले में अदालत सलमान को 3 से 7 साल की साज सुना सकती है। कानूनी जानकारों के मुताबिक अगर अदालत सलमान को तीन साल से ज्यादा की सजा सुनाती है, तो उन्हें तुरंत जेल जाना होगा। लेकिन अगर उन्हें तीन साल से कम की सजा होती है, तो उन्हें ऊपरी अदालत में अपील का समय मिल जाएगा।

सलमान के खिलाफ शिकार से जुड़े तीन मामले दर्ज हैं। चिंकारा के शिकार से जुड़े दो मामलों में राजस्थान हाई कोर्ट सलमान को बरी कर चुका है। वहीं, दो काले हिरण के शिकार के मामले में तीसरा केस चल रहा है।

सलमान फिलहाल कबीर खान की फिल्म 'ट्यूबलाइट' में काम कर रहे हैं। वह अपनी बहन अलवीरा के साथ मंगलवार शाम जोधपुर पहुंच गए। बुधवार को वह मुख्य न्यायिक मजिस्ट्रेट की अदालत में पेश होंगे। इस मामले से जुडे़ दोनों पक्ष की जिरह नौ जनवरी को पूरी हो गई थी, जिसके बाद मजिस्ट्रेट दलपत सिंह राजपुरोहित ने सलमान को अदालत में मौजूद रहने का निर्देश दिया था। जज ने अपने फैसले को 18 जनवरी तक के लिए सुरक्षित रख लिया था। सलमान इससे पहले बीते साल 10 मार्च को अपना बयान दर्ज कराने के लिए कोर्ट में उपस्थित हुए थे। उन्होंने खुद को निर्दोष बताया था। सलमान ने कहा था कि वन विभाग उन्हें इस मामले में फंसा रहा है।

Friday, July 30, 2010

10 REAL work at home jobs you didn’t know about (and they’re hiring now)


What you do
You write articles either based on topics given to you or topics you suggest and have approved. Articles are submitted through the site and if they are approved, the money is deposited in your account. Since these companies act as middlemen between writers and clients, the pay is lower than if you were to go direct.

Often $10 – $15 per article but it varies by company.

Companies hiring right now
Demand Studios (also hiring Title Proofers, filmmakers, transcribers, and copyeditors)
Writers Research Group
Bright Hub
2.) Text Message Response Agent/Researcher

What you do
Using your computer, you respond to queries submitted via text message. Training is provided. There are very strict rules on accuracy and people have been dismissed very quickly for inaccuracies so that is something to know ahead of time.

You are paid per transaction so it will depend on the number of transactions but $3 – $12 per hour is common.

Companies hiring right now
AQA 63336
3.) Retail Merchandiser

What You Do
You work independently and go to grocery stores, drugstores and large discount stores that are part of your assigned route. You change out shopping cart ads, shelf ads, set up coupon machines, instal floor ads and other similar tasks. The job operates in a 4 week cycle. During ad-change week, you would work 20-35 hours and the other 3 weeks, you work 5-15 hours for the week. The hours are generally up to you as long as you complete them in the designated week. The work can be quite physical and lifting is required.

Around $8/hr. Many people make around $1000/month. 401(k) and insurance are sometimes available.

Companies hiring right now
Search the National Association for Retail Marketing Services job bank for current offerings
Other merchandising jobs also often found on Craigslist under Retail Jobs (or use this search from craiglook.com)
4.) Court Researcher

What you do
As a Court Researcher, you go to the courthouse to research items that have been assigned to you. You enter the information you find into a computer program such as Excel and then submit the information to the company.

You are paid per record but many make between $8 – $14/hr. depending on how fast you can work.

Companies hiring right now
Jellybean Services (Also search here to see if they have jobs in your area available. If a job is available in your area, there’s a good chance you will hear back.)
5.) Online Tutor or Teacher

What you do
Depending on the company, you may either create your own coursework and teach based on that or you may teach based on existing curriculum. Some teachers who have transitioned from the classroom to online teaching have been discouraged with how much administrative work is involved online and very little time with students. Some courses are based on commission so you may not be able to predict your pay.

Some positions are based on commission so you get paid according to the number of students. For non-commissioned teaching positions, pay is usually somewhat less than what teachers would get paid in the classroom.

Companies hiring right now
Ed2Net Learning
A-1 Tutor
Berlitz (language instruction)
Coursebridge (opportunity to propose what you want to teach)
Creating Careers (sports, entrepreneurship, IT and employment skills tutors)
Educate Online (experience and teacher certificate required)
Thinkwell Corp. (instructors propose and write their own courses, paid by commission based on enrollment)
Tutor.com (math, science, social studies and English tutors)
Universalclass (4 year degree required and experience in your field)
6.) Scopist

What you do
A scopist is someone who edits the transcripts created by court reporters from their stenographic notes. Training is usually required. Of all the positions listed, this one seems to have of the higher satisfaction rates since the pay is good, the hours are flexible and if you can get hooked up with a court reporter long-term, the work is also steady. Getting the initial training and finding the court reporter to work with is likely the most difficult part.

Scopists are paid by the page but hourly rates can range between $15 and $35 depending on skill and the material.

Companies hiring right now
Positions can often be found by contacting court reporters and offering scoping services. A list can also be found here of current opportunties.
7.) Editor

What you do
Editors provide corrections and suggestions in reference to grammar, spelling, document flow, punctuation, and usage within strict deadlines ranging from 3 to 72 hours, depending upon the client’s request. He/She also must be skilled in Chicago, APA, AP, MLA, CSE, and other style manuals. Work is completed in 4 hour shifts.

You are paid 40 – 50% of what the client pays so editors make between $300 and $3000 every two weeks depending on how much work is done and the amount paid for the work.

Companies hiring right now
8.) Virtual Assistant

What you do
You provide administrative support which can include research, using software such as Microsoft Word or Excel and data entry.

Can range from $8 – $25/hr. depending on difficulty of job.

Companies hiring right now
There are some well-known VA companies that I won’t list here because they treat the VAs badly. Instead, search guru.com for “virtual assistant” and look at the jobs available there.
9.) Affiliate Marketer

What you do
You resell products and get paid for the sales. This is usually done by setting up a small website touting the benefits of the product and if somebody clicks on your affiliate link and buys the product, you earn money. Technical skills are a big plus but can be learned. Affiliate marketing is highly competitive and finding the right product is key. Learning curve can be steep if you have no technical background.

Totally dependent on the product you pick and the success you have in getting people to purchase.

Companies hiring right now
You don’t have to be hired by anyone to do this but there’s a fantastic step-by-step tutorial at http://www.hqhow.com/case-study-1/.
10.) Online Juror

What you do
You receive cases via email (often in the form of audio) and afterward, you answer questions with your thoughts on the case. Men have a better chance of getting an Online Juror position since there are so many females that sign-up and the companies need to try to maintain some balance between genders. People living near larger cities also report being given more cases.

Often as much as $25/hr. (or more, depending on complexity of the case) but you would usually work just a few hours sporadically.

Companies hiring now
Trial Practices Inc.
And 2 more bonus jobs on the list that you probably have heard about but continue to be popular choices for people who want to work at home…
11.) Telephone Agent

Nature of work
You answer calls that have been routed to your phone for various companies. Upselling is sometimes involved and hours can be hard to get. Experience varies between companies.

$8 – $10/hr is typical.

Companies hiring right now
There are dozens of companies that hire for this type of position. There’s an extensive list at http://www.ratracerebellion.com/CS_Comparison.html that should give you a list of companies though you will have to check to which ones are hiring right now.
12.) Transcriptionist

What you do
Transcriptionist take voice recordings (could be medical or non-medical) and transcribe the recordings into text. Training and transcription equipment are usually required. Jobs are becoming more difficult to find due to outsourcing to other countries and the use of voice recognition software. The pay can also be very low for the amount of work done, depending where you work.

Varies a lot between companies. Some pay by the page, many by the word. Obviously, the faster you type, the better.

Companies hiring right now
ANP Transcriptions (experience required)
American High-Tech Transcription, Inc.,
Caption Colorado (real-time captioning of local news)
ChaCha (transcribing questions from audio)
Cherry Lane Music Company (guitar transcribing)
SpeakWrite (general and legal)
eTranscription Solutions (experience required)
Fantastic Transcripts (work is flexible but in the office and you must be in Boston area)
Morningside Partners (news and financial)
Mountain West Processing (medical, legal, corporate for both entry-level and experienced)
Mulberry Studio
Neal R. Gross and Co., Inc. (court/legal transcription)
Net Transcripts (law enforcement, bilingual needed)
TASK Transcription (general/legal, 3 years experience required)
TSI (experience required)
VITAC (transcription for deaf or hard-of-hearing)
Part-time professional option

And, finally, here’s a company that has part-time professional jobs. They aren’t work at home positions but part-time might work for some people.
10 til 2

If you want more information, the best source that I know of is the message boards at http://www.workplacelikehome.com. Free registration is required but the quality of the participants there is high. If you know of other reputable companies that are hiring right now, feel free to share in the comments. Good luck in your job search!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Five Crowdsourcing Sites that Give Small Businesses Quality Designs on a Budget

99designs.com is a Webby Awards winner (based on popularity) and the site with the most numerous community of designers. Customers can submit design briefs calling for any type of design in the following categories: identity design (logo and stationery); web design (web page design, WordPress themes, Twitter backgrounds, banner ads); print design; graphic design (button designs and others); and finally, merchandise designs (like t-shirts, and clothing). The site is the most visually appealing, and extremely easy to use. A 100% money back warranty is also in place (including listing fees).

crowdSPRING is playing with the big dogs. Among their customers, you will find names like LG, SmugMug and others. The company received broad recognition, and a few awards like a Stevie Award in 2009, and the ITA CityLIGHTS Award for a newcomer business in 2009. There are over 65.000 users, a mix of designers and writers, that compete in the following categories graphic design (logo, stationery, illustration, clothing design, print design, and package graphics); web design (widget design, email template design, landing page design, banner ads, icon and button design, header design); industrial design (packaging design, product design); and writing projects (company naming, product name, tagline, web content). A money back guarantee in place as well.

DesignCrowd is less popular and has only something over 16.000 users ready to compete for a project. There are less contest categories than offered by 99designs and crowdSPRING: logo design, web design, business card design, stationery design, brochure design, flyer design, poster design, graphic design, t-shirt design and vector illustration. The money prizes awarded here are lower than expected, but in the end, it's the choice of the customer how much he/she is willing to pay for a design. However, a low budget will not motivate more talented designers to participate, and this will be reflected in the quality of the design entries received. A Money back guarantee in place.

Prova - a Beta newcomer, a bit different from the above, although in essence it seems to offer the same services. The general idea is to let the small business owner submit a brief with design specs for anything they can think of. This includes gift certificates, invitations, announcements, key-chains, magnets, lawn signs, billboards and more. In addition, customers can also crowdsource here voiceover narration, audio books, radio advertisements, instructional videos, TV commercials, website videos and YouTube videos. Prova doesn't look like much at the moment - apparently the site will be redesigned in steps, through contests, by its own community. Interestingly, Prova appears more social than the other sites, and promises to promote the designers that win the contests, and the companies that use their services. A Money back guarantee is expected.

GuerraCreativa - another beta, with less than 10000 designers ready for work. It focuses solely on design, but adds flash and 3D design to the offering. It's an Argentinian-based startup, with wording that raises a few eyebrows, but the quality of the designs featured on the homepage is at lease more decent than the description of the service: "We provide you the battlefield and weaponry to conquer the creative world." In the end, the wording is right on target, after all, "guerra" is Spanish for war. Money back guarantee as well.

To conclude, if you run a small business and you need creative work on a budget, you can launch a contest on any of these sites. Each has its own advantages: 99designs and crowdSPRING have large communities, DesignCrowd is very cheap, Prova allows you to promote your contest and to get feedback from your peers and customers, and GuerraCreativa is ideal for flash and 3D designs. No matter where you go, remember that, among the "cons" faced by the crowdsourcing sites, lack of originality (copied designs) ranks supreme. Always ask for feedback from third parties before choosing a winner. To encourage the more talented designers to participate add a few more dollars to the prize, and make the contest challenging and fun. The bottom line is, services like these can take the pinch out of recession woes, and potentially lead to far more creative collaborations.

Monday, April 12, 2010

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Friday, March 26, 2010

9 Audio Ad Networks for Websites, Blogs, and Beyond

While some have slammed Internet audio ads as annoying, some marketers admit that having a bit of sound can be a good way to bring readers’ attention to one ad amongst half a dozen banners. Do you like audio ads? Would you consider putting one on your site or blog? Or would you prefer using an audio ad for your online ad campaign? Below are 9 audio ad networks for websites, podcasts, and beyond.

Tell us how you feel about audio ad networks in the comments.


Podtrac is a popular ad network for podcasters. It basically acts as a sales representative for podcasters to advertisers. It also provides demographic analysis and targeting, third-party measurement, content ratings, planning and purchasing, creative rotation, and multiple advertising delivery options. Podtrac boasts of hundreds of top podcasts in its network including many from the iTunes Top 100 list.


Kiptronic positions itself as “the first and only provider of downloadable media ad insertion to offer built-in support for DoubleClick’s DART for Publishers and Microsoft’s Atlas Publisher Suite.” It insert audio and video ads on podcasts, which work online as well as offline on iPods, smartphones, Internet-enabled TVs, game consoles, and more.


RadioTail is another podcast advertising network that provides podcast stats through its service called Ripple. Some of the features RadioTail provides to publishers include insertion of ads at specific times during the day, automatic insertion and rotation of ads, customized podcast statistics reporting, and more.


VoloMedia boasts of some of the largest media houses as its clients, such as MSNBC, Forbes, Newsweek, Fox News, etc. VoloMedia adds ads on video and audio content online and on portable devices while providing statistics on the consumption of media. Ad targeting can be done geographically, demographically, and by time of day. It also provides publisher plugins for the iTunes Media Player and Adobe Flash to capture usage metrics.


VoodooVox says phone calls are the new page views. What it does is insert short audio ads in phone calls generated by its network, which consists of hundreds of call publishers including calling card companies, 411 services, call centers, radio stations,VOIP providers, and Web applications. Each of these call publishers generate “approximately 300 million calls monthly.” According to VoodooVox, inserting audio ads in phone calls is better for the advertiser than Web banners since the ads are “delivered directly into the ears of the intended audience.”

Audio ads are something we take for granted when we call up a company’s customer service, like our mobile phone operator, bank, satellite TV service provider, etc. But can these ads can be served without interfering much on our phone experience?


NetAudioAds claims to have more than 46 million participating webpages and that seems like quite an impressive number to start with. The service’s ads are short 5 second audio ads, known as adlets, that are played whenever a visitor opens a participating webpage. Listeners can be targeted by demographic and by location. NetAudioAds also says that its ads are measurable, and audited and verified by accredited third party auditing companies. You can run the ads on your blog or on your MySpace (MySpace) page as well.

Google Audio Ads

According to Google Audio Ads, “22% of Internet users make purchases after searching for something they learned about on the radio,” and so it might be a nice idea to run a radio ad campaign for your online business or site. Success stories include Gifts.com, which “received 23% more visits and a 34% higher conversion rate in markets which ran radio ads.”

To learn more, simply login to your Google Adwords account and choose the audio ads tab. You can choose to run ads on 1,600 terrestrial FM and AM radio stations across the US, choose the top stations only, or choose by location or time of day. You can also search for a specialist at the Google Ad Creation Marketplace to create a custom radio ad for your campaign.


TargetSpot starts off where Google Audio Ads finishes. It lets you run audio ads, video ads, and banners across hundreds of Internet radio stations. You can select stations by location and format, and target your ads by time of the day, region, or specific market. Will running an ad on an Internet radio station be useful? TargetSpot quotes Arbitron and Edison Media Research that “33 million people tune into Internet radio each week, and the at-work audience has grown from 12% to 20% in one year.” Also, “57% of users reported listening to streaming radio while buying at a website, according to RAEL’s Radio and Internet: Powerful Compliments for Advertisers.”


LocalVocal is an audio ad network that places audio ads across free directory assistance services, radio, Web telephony, IVR systems, and calling cards. Setting up an ad campaign is very easy from the LocalVocal site and can be as low as $5. You can choose to target locally or across the US and pay only when your ad is heard or when you receive leads.

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1. Google User Research: Google pays you for participating in user research studies online. Payment is from 25-75$ per research you participate in.

2. Doearn : You will be given some points for signing up for their sponsors. 10 points=1$. Payments are made at weekends.

3. Microsoft Research Panel : Get paid for giving feedbacks for their products.

4. Amazon Mechanical Turk : Amazon pay for doing simple task that their computer cannot understand.

5. Mahalo Greenhouse : They will pay you 10-15$ per site you submit to their directory.

6. SlashMySearch : Get paid to surf the internet with their search engine.

7. Content Current : make money by starting new threads and posting in forums. You will be given .1$ per post and payments are made when your account reaches 5$.

8. Tutor : Get paid to tutor people online.

9. Crazoo : Get paid for posting in online forums.

10. Share A Pic : Pays money for sharing and uploading pictures on their website.

11. OPuzz : Earn money by doing voice over for their client online.

12. Agloco : Sign up, download their toolbar and get paid to surf the internet.

13. PayPerPost : Earn money by writing articles and review of their sponsors on your blog.

14. Blogsvertise : Pays to write about the product and services of a website in your blog.

15. Smorty : Earn 6-100$ per post you write on your blog. Depends upon you blog page rank and visitors.

16. Blogitive : Get paid for posting stories that interest you. payments are made weekly.

17. Awsurveys : Make money by doing some simple surveys.

18. Squidoo : Earn money by writing your new blog, or choose to donate your earnings to charity.

19. Review Me : Will pay you 20-100$ per post that you write.

20. Creative Weblogging : Write about 7 to 10 post per week for them and they will pay you 225$.

21. Yahoo Research Panel : Earn money for participating in yahoo user research studies online.

22. JustAnswer : Just help others by solving their problem and earn money for your gesture.

23. MetaCafe : Upload your videos and earn money based on the number of views you receive.

24. ChaCha : Get paid to offer support to members of their community.

25. AssociatedContent : Earn money by uploading your videos, text, audio and images to their site. Earnings are determined by the exposure you receive from your content.

26. MyLot : Pays you for posting, commenting and using their social network.

27. KnowBrainers : Another site that pays you to get involved with the community and answer questions. Optionally you can answer questions through the RSS feeds on your own blog.

28. eJury : Earn $5 to $10 dollars per verdict rendered as a mock juror for practice trials.

29. WorkingSOL : This company pays you to handle technical support for many large companies. You can work from home on the computer or by phone and decide what times you are available.

30. Appingo : Always looking for experienced copy editors and proof readers. Must submit a resume.

31. IntelliShop : Pays you to shop at stores in your area and write a review of your experience.

32. Focus Pointe Global : Get paid to join their focus groups and voice your opinion.

33. Arise – Make money providing phone, web and email support and sales for 40 plus companies in their network.

34. Amazon Associates :Link to Amazon’s products and services and earn up to 10% of the sale price. Converts well for product-focused sites.

35. ClickBank : Over 10,000 products to promote with commissions as high as 75%.

36.Commission Junction : Promote the advertiser’s products and services in exchange for a commission on leads or sales.

37. LinkShare : Pay-for-performance affiliate marketing network. Gives you the ability to use individual product links on your site and generate revenue from sales.

38. Affiliate Fuel : Serves as a middle man to bring publishers and advertisers together to promote products and services.

39. LinkConnector : Affiliate marketing network that offers a zero tolerance fraud policy to keep you safe while conducting business.

40. LeadPile : Affiliate network that allows you to generate and sell trade leads to the highest bidder.

41. Forex-Affiliate : Affiliate program that allows you to earn commissions from trading Forex (currency exchange) online.

42. CX digital media : CPA (cost-per-action) affiliate program that guarantees the fastest ROI in the industry.

43. AdPlosion : Earn revenue by selling leads, clicks and products from their advertisers. Also runs an incentive points program in addition to your commissions.

44. AffiliateFuture : Another affiliate program that pays you for generating leads, sales and clicks.

45. ClixGalore : Affiliate network consisting of 7500+ advertisers for you to choose from.

46. ThinkAction : Affiliate network that claims to have the top payouts and the possibility of earning over $100,000 dollars per month.

47. RocketProfit : Affiliate network, pays via check after your commissions reach $25 dollars.

48. CafePress : Earn affiliate commissions by selling your personally branded merchandise.

49. Avangate : Make money selling popular computer software titles through your site.

50. Dada : Social site with a revenue sharing program that pays you for referring friends and driving traffic.

51. Jyve : Pays you to provide answers, advice and peer support to people in need of some help.

52. Cruxy : Specializes in social video, but serves as a venue to sell your digital media.

53. BitWine : Get paid to give advice and answer questions for people, on subjects of your interests and choice.

54. Ether : Make money answering questions for your peers over the phone. You set your rates and call availability.

55. UpBlogger : Social network site that pays you based on the amount of visits you receive to your uploaded content.
Amazon Associates – Link to Amazon’s products and services and earn up to 10% of the sale price. Converts well for product-focused sites.

56. Conduit : create your free custom toolbar and earn money when someone download your toolbar.

57. Surveyclub : Make money by doing some simple surveys.

58. Surveyscout: Make 5-7$ per completed surveys.

59. Opinionsquare : By completing a survey you get points which you can redeem for prizes.

60. Hit4pay : make 10 cents by just reading email.

61. Donkeymails : Earn money by just reading email.Minimum payout is at 1$.

62. Google Adsense : Most popular pay-per-click advertising provider. Make anywhere from $0.01 to $5.00 plus per click on site relevant ads.

63. Text-Link-Ads : Approve or deny the advertiser links that appear on your site. They pay you 50% of the sale price for each text link sold on your website.

64. BlogAds : The average blogger makes anywhere from $50 to $5000 dollars a month selling blog ads. To participate in this program you will need to get sponsored by someone in their network.

65. LinkWorth : Here you will find eleven different options to fit your advertising needs. Choose from text based advertisements, sponsored ads and paid blog reviews to name a few.

66. CrispAds : Access to over six thousand advertisers in their pay-per-click program. You choose the advertisers that suit you best.

67. Chitika : Offers six types of advertising to fit your needs.

68. AzoogleAds : Delivers targeted advertisers to their network of publishers to bring you the most profitable solutions.

69. Vibrant Media : Offers in-text contextual based advertisements.

70. MediaFed : Place advertisements in your blog’s RSS feed to generate additional revenue.

71. Qumana : Embeds ads directly into your posts. Ads are generated from keywords that you select. Not particularly popular with readers.

72. PeakClick : Austria based pay-per-click provider. Provides automatic insertion of site targeted ads.

73. DoubleClick : Offers a full suite of products for publishers that enable you to forecast, sell inventory, serve ads and analyze campaigns online and through other digital channels.

74. Tribal Fusion : They offer reliable payments, free ad-serving technology, a dedicated account manager and up-to-date, real-time reporting, with a 55% payout. Must go through an approval process.

75. AdBrite : Approve or reject any ads purchased for your sites. Also gives you the ability to sell ads direct with “Your Ad Here” links.Has features like full page ads.

76. ThankYouPages : Shows ads based on demographics and relevancy. Majority of traffic must originate from U.S.

77. Clicksor : Inline text link advertising, underlines words directly in your posts making them clickable advertisements. Once more, we’d say that inline ads are not popular with regular blog readers.

78. TargetPoint : Contextually and search targeted pay-per-click ads.

79. IndustryBrains : Place relevant contextual text listings and graphical ads on your site.

80. BloggingAds : Post one-time ads on your site. Pays via PayPal.

81. BulletAds : Performance based online advertising network.

82. AdsMarket : Match your traffic to handpicked advertisers with top-converting products and services.

83. ROIRocket : Targeted campaigns specific to your marketing needs.

84. AdKnowledge : Offers complete outsourcing of your advertising management. Runs ads in websites, email and search engine inventory.

85. Yes Advertising : Payouts for running ads from their sponsors. Also offers a referral program that pays 20% of the referred webmasters earnings.

86. RevenuePilot : Offers pay-for-performance and pay-per-click advertising for your sites.

87. SearchFeed : Integrates paid advertisements into your site’s search feature.

88. Bidvertiser : Display text ads on your site and advertisers bid for placement.

89. Pheedo : Monetize your RSS feeds with this program.

90. ValueClick media : Generate revenue by displaying ads through banners, pop-unders and rich media. Be warned that pop-unders are unpopular these days.

91. OneMonkey : Another text based advertising program.

92. Yahoo Publisher Network : Use the internet giant, Yahoo, to display targeted ads on your site.

93. Q Ads : Monetize your site by placing ads anywhere you can add a picture.

94. SponsoredReviews : Write reviews for their advertisers’ products and services on your own blog. They charge a 35% transaction fee for their services.

95. LoudLaunch : Blog about the advertisers campaign releases that meet your interests. They pay once a month.

96. BloggerWave : Select the advertiser opportunities that best suit your blog and write reviews on their products and services.

97. InBlogAds : Write about websites, products, services and companies on your blog and get paid for it.

98. WordFirm : Make money publishing books as a freelance writer from home.

99. 451 Press : Write for a blog within their network and receive forty percent of all generated revenue.

100. Digital Journal : Network of bloggers that get paid to report on newsworthy articles through their blogs.

101. BlogBurner : Sign up for a free blog and get paid for writing new posts. Your commissions are generated through Adsense clicks.

102. About : Become a paid guide writing articles for About.com. Compensation depends on the growth of your page views.

103. DayTipper : Earn $3 for every short tip you write and get published.

104. Helium : Earn a share of their advertising revenue by writing articles in their channels.

105. Dewitts Media : Get paid to write your own blog. This site requires you have a minimum page rank of 3 to sign up.

106. BOTW Media : Make money writing a blog for their blogging network.

107. CreamAid : Get paid to submit blog posts in their directory.

108. BlogFeast : Generate revenue from pre-installed Google Adsense ads when you blog in their network.

109. Mashable : Mashable hires freelancers and new staff, offering one of the largest platforms for tech bloggers.

110. Paid game player : Play game and earn money

111. Developerhut : Make money by posting blog comments.

112. Mginger : Make money for receiving sms to your mobile .

113. YouMint : make money receiving sms and email from youmint.

114. Knol : Write article publish them online and show adsense ads in your articles.

115. Acme People Search : Create your own people search engine and get $125.00 as commission Within 24 Hours of Starting Your FREE Advertising!
Will keep on updating this post so do check this post again to see other methods of making money online.

116.ProjectPayday : Sign up for a trial offer and get paid cash for trying it up.

117. Ebay : Make money by selling items online.

118: HubPages : Make money by creating single page(hub) and showing adsense ads in them.

119: Lokerz: it's not a money making site.In this you earn points and in exchange you can get gifts.

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