Why we believe Americans are NOT that SMART?


Ok,  this post got nothing to do with Making Money Online hehe. I saw this funny video on Youtube last night, showing a reporter asking some questions to American people.Simple question like what country start with U ? and How many angle in triangle?

I know you can answer it, but watch How they answer and their reaction.so damn funny

So, it makes me think actually our  perception towards this foreigner or so called "mat salleh" here in Malaysia, that they are smart and intelligence and etc..



Increase Income with PayPerPost


Last night while trying to make my daughter sleep, I received an email from PayPerPost™ that my application has been approved.So , immediately I run to their blog to move to my next move..hehe

WHAT IS PayPerPost™

With PayPerPost™ advertisers are willing to pay you to post on topics. Search through a list of topics, make a blog posting, get your content approved, and get paid. It’s that simple.So this is a big opportunity for a newbie like me to start making money online.

Main benefit of PayPerPost™

  • Yes,eventhough you don’t have your own website, you still can make money without any specific skills. By going online from home and the most important thing is just willingness to spend time completing offers.
  • Its true,income generated from PayPerPost™ can be enormous. According to the forum threads and blogs I’ve read over the past few months, you can make a minimum of $100 to $2,000+ a month. Just imagine by spending some time writing and post something that you might like and earn extra cash.So,what are you waiting for.From what I heard,PayPerPost™,getting this amount of monthly income is possible and can be achieved with effort

Some Wiki about PayPerPost

Google has recently downgrade Pagerank of all blogs with Text Link Ad or PayPerPost™ Blogger. Too bad, as I am a newbie, so I don’t mind actually being downgrade. A lot of famous high rank Bloggers have bent over to Google even though they know that PayPerPost pay them more.They just afraid to loose their page in Google.

For all of you just read here on what Maki have to say in his Dosh-Dosh Blog about Pagerank and PayPerPost™.





How to convert your reader to Firefox and make money

Did you know that Google Adsense has a referral program which will allow you to earn up to USD 1 everytime you refer one new user to install the Firefox browser.

So, lets calculate now, and do some math. If your blog traffic, let say you have 2 to 3 hundred readers everyday , and half of that is using IE,and by using the right way you an earn the USD 100 or more just by convince your user and make them convert to Firefox.How ? Easy !

  1. Let them watch this ad first hehe

  1. Just like selling a product, you must show how good is your product rite, so let’s convince them first.Why do you have to use Firefox rather than Internet Explorer?
Improved Tabbed Browsing

-and IE copied them

Spell Checking
  • prevent typo in your post
Search Suggestions

-will suggest the best match word with your search

Session Restore

-If you close the firefox by accident, they will restore it for you.

Web Feeds (RSS)

-If you like certain website such as mine (heheh), you can click the rss icon and subscribe it. Easy rite

Pop-up Blocker
  • What can I say more about this ? Prevent pop up while surfing is such a relief.Just forget old days when you use IE and have to close a lot of pop up advertisement
It is FREE, and how is that sound for you.


5 Common Problems that Can Slow Your PC Down

1. A Cluttered Registry –

The longer you use Windows, the more cluttered your registry can grow, especially if you regularly install and uninstall software. Some applications, known as “orphan” registry entries, don’t remove all traces of themselves when uninstalled, causing problems such as sluggish performance, system lockups, or a bloated registry that takes longer to load. The easiest way to clean your registry is to use a registry cleaner, such as PC Tune-Up. With the click of a button, PC Tune-Up will scan your registry for these fragmented files, bring them together, and safely remove them.

2. Full Hard Drive –

It’s possible that your hard drive could be too full of data to function efficiently. You should have at least 2 – 3MB of free space for programs to run smoothly. If you don’t have this much free space, you can delete unused programs on the C: drive. Check your C: drive to see how much space you have on your computer. You can do this by going to Start > My Computer > C: drive. Click on the C: drive and it will tell you how much free space you have under ‘Details’ on the left bar.

3. Not Enough Memory –

It’s important to have enough memory on your computer to keep programs running smoothly, especially if you have large programs, or play a lot of PC games. It is recommended that you have at least 512MB on your PC, although at this point, 1GB seems to be the sweet spot. The amount of RAM your PC has can be checked by right-clicking ‘My Computer’ and choosing ‘Properties’. If you need to upgrade your RAM, be sure to check your local retail ads for sales. You can usually get a RAM upgrade at a great price.

4. Too Many Start-Up Programs –

When you boot your computer, there are several programs that automatically start behind the scenes. These programs eat up your computer’s available processing capacity and slow it down dramatically. Most likely, you don’t need all of these programs to automatically start when you boot your computer. Some programs, such as PC Tune-Up include Start-Up Wizards that scan your computer for all of the start-up programs and allow you to simply select the ones that you don’t want to start automatically.

5. Spyware and Malicious Programs –

If you have ever experienced annoyances such as a new toolbar in your Internet browser, or a new startup page that you did not set, you are likely plagued with spyware. Fortunately, if you are running one of our product versions that includes anti-spyware, such as ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite, Pro, or Anti-Spyware you are protected from this threat. If not, why not upgrade now?

Making Money Online, Terms Introduction


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Understanding the TERMS

Well, you have to agree that to understand how to make money online, you have to know the rules and the terms. So my first step is to understand the terms first. I did some research and find this at cwire. Hopefully it will help Beginner Blogger like me.

CPA (cost per action)
Advertisers pay once an action that has been previously defined occurs. Depending on the action, this can be the riskiest for a publisher and holds the least amount of risk for the advertiser (since it knows exactly what it is paying for and only pays for specific actions). Commission Junction connects advertisers and web publishers together and provide a platform for them to interact on a CPA basis.

CPC (cost per click)
Advertisers only pay when a user clicks on an ad. CPC campaigns shift risk to the publisher, as the publisher only receives payment when a user clicks on an advertisement. A publisher may have to show millions of impressions without receiving payment if users do not click on the advertisement. An example of a good CPC campaign is Google’s Adsense or Bidvertiser or Ad Brite. .

CPL (cost per lead) – See CPA definition.

CPM (cost per thousand)
The most basic way of measuring internet display advertising. Advertisers purchase impressions from publishers and pay on a “per thousand” basis. For example an advertiser may purchase 1,000,000 ad impressions at a $10 CPM, the total ad buy would be for $10,000. CPM campaigns benefit the publisher the most, as they have no risk, all of the risk lies with the advertiser (they are paying regardless of whether or not an action by a user occurs). An example of a network that pays affiliates on a CPM basis is Ad Brite.


Paypal Fraud

 I received this e mail from so called service paypal team asking to verified my paypal account.Well at first glance, It looks so original untill I suspect something different with the email. The add is service[@]pay-pal.com. This is what we call phishing email.

So immediately I try to log in to my paypal account and report it to paypal team  at [email protected] .

pay-pal fraud

Immediately, I received some appreciation reply from them.Well guys, better be extra careful when receiving suspicious-looking emails asking for your account. Please counter check with the relevant parties.

Dear Azlan Bin A.raof,

Thanks for taking an active role by reporting suspicious-looking
The email you forwarded to us is a phishing email, and our security
 team is working to disable it.

What is a phishing email?
Phishing emails attempt to steal your identity and will often ask you
reveal your password or other personal or financial information. PayPal
will never ask for your password over the phone or in an email and will
always address you by your first and last name.

Take our Fight Phishing Challenge at 
https://www.paypal.com/fightphishing to learn 5 things you should know 
about phishing. You'll also see what we're doing to help fight fraud 
every day.

You've made a difference.
Every email counts. By forwarding a suspicious-looking email to 
[email protected], you've helped keep yourself and others safe from 
identity theft.


The PayPal Team