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Case Study: Karagk's Affiliate Website - Month 10

Hello, so last year in August I've made a post saying that I'm starting a new affiliate website for the first time with no prior experience just reading from others and trying to copy whatever patterns from other successful affiliate websites.
I've also stated in my last post that I'll keep this subreddit updated on my journey with this website each month, but in the first months of the website, I didn't see any significant changes in the metrics to make each post worthwhile to read.
Here is a list with each platform and it's metrics:
My results so far are not the most impressive as most of you guys here, but I've also been lazy in some months and I know I could have done better.
Along the way, I've learned a lot of new things and I've wanted to share with you guys what I applied to my website so far.
  1. Website speed
a) Choosing a Fast Lightweight WordPress Theme
At first, when I started I jumped right in with the rest of the newbies to get the most customizable and visually appealing theme and I eventually decided on thrive themes where they provide both nice themes to use and their own page builder thrive architect with a bunch of other things that could be useful for people that do other types of marketing (email marketing, lead generation, etc.).
The sad truth about this theme and page builder is that over time when adding more posts, it will eventually slow down the website.
The page builder adds a lot of HTML tags into the post that will eventually have an impact on the page speed and at one point, it was noticeable enough for me to make a change.
I've purchased a new lightweight theme recently (last month) where it had barely any javascript, the HTML was clean and the CSS was all in one place and it was easier for me to control how my website looked like.
The only issue here is that you will need some basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and maybe a bit of javascript if you want to add some interactive stuff to the website.
b) Setting Up Your Site with Cloudflare (CDN)
A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content including HTML pages, javascript files, stylesheets, images, and videos which will greatly have a good impact on your website speed.
This will also help protect your website against some common malicious attacks like a DDOS attack.
The best part about this is that its free with only having paid services if you would like to boost your website.
c) Install plugins that'll increase speed
Plugins that I'm currently using:
  1. CAOS - places the tracking code in the footer, hosts analytics.js/gtag.js/ga.js locally, bypasses Ad Blockers in Stealth Mode, captures outbound links, and much more.
  2. a3 Lazy Load - adds lazyloading to several elements from your website
  3. Async JavaScript - gives you full control of which scripts to add an 'async' or 'defer' attribute to or to exclude to help increase the performance
  4. Enable Gzip Compression - offers the option to enable and disable Gzip compression on your website
  5. W3 Total Cache - takes care of the cache on your website
  6. WP Revisions Control - controls how many revisions are stored for each post type
d) Load fonts locally
e) Enable Minification on HTML, CSS, and JS which can be done with a plugin
f) Optimize images
g) Use a VPS service
Applying all of the above made my website fast enough to get a score on google insights of 97 on mobile and 100 on desktop.
  1. Keyword research
I've used several keyword researching tools like SEMrush, ahrefs, and mangools but to be honest the most effective way for me at least is to use the google autocomplete suggestion, people also ask and searches related to the keyword at the bottom of the google page.
It makes me realize easier what's my competition for the specific keyword and if I can beat it.
So basically I'm looking to see how many searches per month the keyword gets, if I can beat the competition and if it relates in any way to my other posts to make it as relevant as possible to cover every aspect of my niche.
As for now, I've only targeted keywords that start with best/top with no informational posts, but only recently I've started to pick each money post and add more informational articles that are related to them.
  1. Backlinks
To be honest, here, I haven't done much at all.
I'm just hoping to get natural backlinks by having strong posts. Just recently I was looking into a backlink analysis tool and I've noticed that I've got a backlink from Reader's Digest on one of my most detailed articles. The article is one that I've put the most work on which is a best of type post. It made me quite happy and also boosted dramatically all my other posts to position 1 and snippets.
I'm curious to know about you guys how do you tackle this part since I know it can be quite boring to do this.
Goals for the next months:
  1. Continue to add enough content until I run out of keywords for the respective category so I can move on with the other categories
  2. While I wait for the writer to finish the requested articles, I will continue to update the existing ones with things that I think were missed and improve on-page SEO
  3. I will try my hand at Pinterest since I think my niche will do okay in that environment. Thinking of buying some creative pins from Fiverr for each of my posts and then try some wacky stuff to get as many followers as I can.
  4. I'm also interested in growing a Facebook page
  5. Trying to get 20,000 visits per month to apply for mediavine
I feel like I didn't cover all the things that I would have wanted to share but I'm hoping I will get to answer them in the comments.
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8 Tips That May Help To Speed Up Your Blog!

8 Tips That May Help To Speed Up Your Blog!
This is actually a reply I made to a question over on Quora a few days back but I wanted to share it here too as it might be helpful to some people. I have only copy and pasted my replay over from Quora and then readded the relevant images/videos. Also, I accidentally deleted the original images so I have had to use the ones from Quora and their compression is not the best so they are a bit distorted but they still serve their purpose. The people on Quora seem to be browsing about a potential hobby rather than actually taking part in it some this is not meant as an extensive guide but it may still help some people.
https://preview.redd.it/i2piizlgy7z41.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=d5d109496c6f532dc2de8bdb7a1df205076809c7
The image above is the page load time for one of the pages on one of my affiliate blogs from the free GTMetrix site speed checker. As you can see, the page was fully loaded in less than 0.6 seconds so I hope that these insights will help anyone else looking to improve their page load times on their own blogs too. There are a number of steps that you can take and although you don't have to implement them all, the more that you implement with your own blogs the faster your own blog pages are likley to load for a visitor.

Hosting

One of the quickest and most effective things that you are able to do with your blogs to help improve your page load times is to get your domain hosted on a better hosting provider. So many people new to blogging go with services such as Bluehost and Hostgator that are all owned by EIG as so many other bloggers recommend them in their getting started guide for bloggers.
Unfortunately, both companies are pretty bad and are usually only recommended by these bloggers due to them having high affiliate commissions. There are much better and faster-hosting companies out there that you are able to use that usually offer much lower commissions than the EIG hosting companies so not many people promote them.
At the time of writing, my money site network is split pretty evenly with half being hosted on Cloudways and half being hosted on Site grounds. Although both have very similar page load times once your blog has been taken through the steps below, I feel that Sitegrounds is currently the better option as it is so user friendly and even if you are brand new to blogging, you should be able to easily set the package up and get it going with ease.
One little side note that I would highly recommend that you do during your hosting set up is to try and ensure that your domain will be on a server cluster as close to your primary target audience as possible. For example, I target the English speaking markets and with the USA being the highest population English speaking market, I try to ensure that my domains are hosted on server clusters in the USA. When setting your hosting package up, it is usually easy to do this and it's usually just a drop-down option where you select USA as your server cluster.
Taking this simple step can help improve your page load times as the server will be closer to the majority of your audience so when the request a page from the server, the data has less distance to travel. Although it may only save your 0.1 of a second, every little helps and it all adds up as you add the following steps below.

Image Optimization

Next up has to be image optimization and I go over my full process on how I optimize my images for the fasted possible load speeds in this video. Depending on the quality of your image, you can sometimes take an image that is 4MB in size down to less than 100KB when optimized correctly. If you have multiple images on your blog posts then this can actually end up shaving a surprising amount of time of your page load speed.
Although I do into a little more detail and show live examples in the video above, the basics of the process is as follows:-
  • If you are using Wordpress as your blog's content management system then resize the image before uploading it to your blog. The majority of modern versions of Wordpress will be able to natively load an image that is 1200px wide or less. If you are using an old version of Wordpress though, its native image loading may still be restricted to images that are 768px wide or less.
  • Prior to uploading your image to your blog, upload it to a free image compression service such as tinypng.com as it can drastically reduce the file size of your images without sacrificing the image quality.
  • Have the shortpixel plugin installed on your Wordpress blog prior to uploading your image. Although this is a freemium plugin, the free 100 credits a month should be enough for most people and it can further reduce the image size in addition to the improvements tinypng made.
This will ensure that all of the images on your page are as small as possible while still offering excellent image quality to anyone viewing them. As you can potentially be reducing the file size of every image on your blog post by over 97.5% by running them through this process, it can drastically improve the load times of your content while the process to optimize them can be done in less than 30 seconds with ease.

Theme

Using a theme that has been specifically designed for speed is another quick and easy step that you are able to implement to further reduce the page load speeds of your blog posts. I used the slow and clunky colormag and newspaper themes on my domains for years but I recently made the switch over to the free version of the Astra theme and I won't be going back.
Although I haven't actually used the OceanWP theme myself, I hear that it is just as fast as the Astra theme so it might be worth checking out too. Both Astra and OceanWP have been optimized for speed and had all of the things that slow a Wordpress theme down removed from them to keep your blog posts loading as quickly and easily as possible.

General Plugins

The plugins that you use on your domain can also end up slowing your page load speed down. Due to there being so many plugins that all do different things, it's hard to make a list of what is likley to slow your blog down. The easiest way to see if you are having issues with this is to probably use the free GTMetrixs page load speed checker and use their Waterfall tab shown by the red arrows in the image below.
https://preview.redd.it/9awn3ka108z41.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=1f24222f01da45ca0101b1a9216325e6b83859de
This will allow you to see the name and load times of the various things loading on your blog page. If you see any that are names of the plugins that you use then it might be an idea to play around with finding an alternative plugin that has been optimized for speed.

Caching Plugin

A caching plugin can be hit or miss in my experience and there is no need to go off and pay for a premium, paid plugin such as WPRocket. I have tried WPRocket previously and it actually ended up causing my blog posts to load at a slower speed than some of the free alternatives.
Although there are a number of blog posts that you are able to use to cache your blog, I personally use the Autoptimize plugin. I have tried the majority of the other caching plugins out there and nothing has been as easy to set up or as quick as Autoptimize to date.
You will likley be able to set Autoptimize up in less than a minute and get >80% of the speed benefit that it can offer you. If you want to get that final 20% then you can spend time playing with the plugin but I just set and forget it with the following settings in the plugin.
On the “JS, CSS, & HTML” tab I have the following options turned on:-
  • Optimize JavaScript Code.
  • Aggregate JS-files.
  • Optimize CSS Code.
  • Aggregate CSS-files.
  • Also aggregate inline CSS.
  • Optimize HTML Code.
  • Save aggregated script/css as static files.
  • Minify excluded CSS and JS files.
On the “images” tab I just turn on “Lazy-load images” as I prefer to manually do the ShortPixle stuff myself but you can tick that box if you wish.
https://preview.redd.it/vztx3cwb08z41.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=2ae56204bf4e4363dd3461b832b9341f871d82d4
https://preview.redd.it/e4tjhubg08z41.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=875003f96bddc98da56a705fdcb2dc6c4eba8fcd
The two-speed tests above are from the exact same page on one of my domains, the first one is will the Autoptimize plugin turned off and the second one is with it turned on with the settings as I covered above. As you can see, it helps to shave off around 1.3 seconds of load time and takes less than a minute to set up.

Display Ad Code

As you may have noticed in the two-speed tests images in the section above, even when optimized, the page comes in with a 2.3 second load time. This is much slower than the 0.6 seconds in my first image in the answer and I have intentionally done this. The images are both from different domains, the 0.6-second image is based around affiliate marketing and the 2.3-second image is from a domain-based around display ads.
Even when fully optimized in every way, a blog that has display ad code running on it will always be slower than a blog without. This is due to the page having to request the ads to serve from a third-party server, then render them, and display them before the page load is complete. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there is no way to optimize this and reduce the time it takes for the third-party ad server to serve the ads.
Keep in mind, different ad networks also have different ad code running with some ad networks having reported load times of well over 10 seconds per page! From what I can tell, Adsense, Mediavine, and Adthrive seem to be the more optimized display ad networks and will likley have the fasted page load for your blog if you do have to use display ads.

Content Delivery Network

In theory, a Content Delivery Network (CDN) should be able to speed up your blog page load times but the benefit of this will depend on the location of your hosting server cluster and the location of the page request. A CDN is basically a network of third-party servers that will store all of the media on their servers that are located all around the world. When your blog gets a page request, the CDN then sends the media on the blog page to the user from the closest server to them rather than from your blogs actual server.
This can be hit and miss in my experience, especially if you are using a free package for a CDN. In my experience, the free packages often slow your domains down rather than speed them up and if you optimize your images as explained above and ensure you have a plugin with lazy loading turned on such as Autoptimize your blog will likely be fine without actually needing a CDN anyway.

Limit API Calls

If you are an affiliate marketer and using something like the Amazon Affiliate program then you are not able to use the images from the Amazon domain on your own blog posts unless they are pulled in real-time via their API. This goes for a number of other details about the products too so I would highly recommend that you look to limit the amount of API calls to the Amazon server is possible.
Each call can add time to your blog page load speed and slow you down and most of the time, there are workaround available. For example, if you are using the API call to pull and image from Amazon to show in your blog post, find an alternative image on a royalty-free stock photo site such as Unsplash, optimize the image as I covered above and then upload it to your blog and use that instead.
By taking this simple step I have shaved more than three seconds off the page load times for some of my affiliate posts. On some of my more recent affiliate posts, I don’t use any API calls at all as you are usually able to avoid using them without issue anyway.
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Karagk's Case Study Month 10

Hello, so last year in August I've made a post saying that I'm starting a new affiliate website for the first time with no prior experience just reading from others and trying to copy whatever patterns from other successful affiliate websites.
I've also stated in my last post that I'll keep this subreddit updated on my journey with this website each month, but in the first months of the website, I didn't see any significant changes in the metrics to make each post worthwhile to read.
Here is a list with each platform and it's metrics:
My results so far are not the most impressive as most of you guys here, but I've also been lazy in some months and I know I could have done better.
Along the way, I've learned a lot of new things and I've wanted to share with you guys what I applied to my website so far.
  1. Website speed
a) Choosing a Fast Lightweight WordPress Theme
At first, when I started I jumped right in with the rest of the newbies to get the most customizable and visually appealing theme and I eventually decided on thrive themes where they provide both nice themes to use and their own page builder thrive architect with a bunch of other things that could be useful for people that do other types of marketing (email marketing, lead generation, etc.).
The sad truth about this theme and page builder is that over time when adding more posts, it will eventually slow down the website.
The page builder adds a lot of HTML tags into the post that will eventually have an impact on the page speed and at one point, it was noticeable enough for me to make a change.
I've purchased a new lightweight theme recently (last month) where it had barely any javascript, the HTML was clean and the CSS was all in one place and it was easier for me to control how my website looked like.
The only issue here is that you will need some basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and maybe a bit of javascript if you want to add some interactive stuff to the website.
b) Setting Up Your Site with Cloudflare (CDN)
A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content including HTML pages, javascript files, stylesheets, images, and videos which will greatly have a good impact on your website speed.
This will also help protect your website against some common malicious attacks like a DDOS attack.
The best part about this is that its free with only having paid services if you would like to boost your website.
c) Install plugins that'll increase speed
Plugins that I'm currently using:
  1. CAOS - places the tracking code in the footer, hosts analytics.js/gtag.js/ga.js locally, bypasses Ad Blockers in Stealth Mode, captures outbound links, and much more.
  2. a3 Lazy Load - adds lazyloading to several elements from your website
  3. Async JavaScript - gives you full control of which scripts to add an 'async' or 'defer' attribute to or to exclude to help increase the performance
  4. Enable Gzip Compression - offers the option to enable and disable Gzip compression on your website
  5. W3 Total Cache - takes care of the cache on your website
  6. WP Revisions Control - controls how many revisions are stored for each post type
d) Load fonts locally
e) Enable Minification on HTML, CSS, and JS which can be done with a plugin
f) Optimize images
g) Use a VPS service
Applying all of the above made my website fast enough to get a score on google insights of 97 on mobile and 100 on desktop.
  1. Keyword research
I've used several keyword researching tools like SEMrush, ahrefs, and mangools but to be honest the most effective way for me at least is to use the google autocomplete suggestion, people also ask and searches related to the keyword at the bottom of the google page.
It makes me realize easier what's my competition for the specific keyword and if I can beat it.
So basically I'm looking to see how many searches per month the keyword gets, if I can beat the competition and if it relates in any way to my other posts to make it as relevant as possible to cover every aspect of my niche.
As for now, I've only targeted keywords that start with best/top with no informational posts, but only recently I've started to pick each money post and add more informational articles that are related to them.
  1. Backlinks
To be honest, here, I haven't done much at all.
I'm just hoping to get natural backlinks by having strong posts. Just recently I was looking into a backlink analysis tool and I've noticed that I've got a backlink from Reader's Digest on one of my most detailed articles. The article is one that I've put the most work on which is a best of type post. It made me quite happy and also boosted dramatically all my other posts to position 1 and snippets.
I'm curious to know about you guys how do you tackle this part since I know it can be quite boring to do this.

Goals for the next months:
  1. Continue to add enough content until I run out of keywords for the respective category so I can move on with the other categories
  2. While I wait for the writer to finish the requested articles, I will continue to update the existing ones with things that I think were missed and improve on-page SEO
  3. I will try my hand at Pinterest since I think my niche will do okay in that environment. Thinking of buying some creative pins from Fiverr for each of my posts and then try some wacky stuff to get as many followers as I can.
  4. I'm also interested in growing a Facebook page
  5. Trying to get 20,000 visits per month to apply for mediavine
I feel like I didn't cover all the things that I would have wanted to share but I'm hoping I will get to answer them in the comments.
submitted by Karagk to u/Karagk [link] [comments]

Work At Home Jobs - List of companies who hire from home!

Since alot of people on Assistance are looking for jobs and some people are not able to find a job due to lack of car or just cannot drive like me..

I am going to post some jobs that are hiring for Work at home Customer Service.

Yes, they are legit jobs - I have been doing this type of work for the last 15 years. You are an employee and you get a w-2 at the end of the year.

I do not know what most of these jobs are hiring for. But, I can tell you they are for big companies. The pay rate for most of these jobs are anywhere between $7.25 - $15.00/hr.

I am going to put an FYI in here - if you cannot find the work at home job position in the search bars Just put Remote, Virtual or Anywhere and the job should come up!


Sutherland Global Services - https://jobs.sutherlandglobal.com/ShowJob/Id/1957446/Work-at-Home-Tech-Support-and-Sales-Consultant-(Cable-Industry)-April-9,-2019/-April-9,-2019/) (I can tell you this project is Cox Communications, because my best friend works here!)

Sitel: https://my.harver.com/app/landing/5c337cece165b519df0c1a6e/login?vacancy_id=75351 (They hire for different companies)

Alorica: http://apply.aloricaathome.com/applynow.html

Sykes: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=26564&siteid=5606#jobDetails=1175882_5606

Concentrix: https://jobs.concentrix.com/ShowJob/Id/1903085/Work-At-Home-US-Customer-Support-Representative-(FULL-Time-and-PART-Time)//)

Kelly Services - https://kellyconnectjobs.force.com/s/jobdescription?backTo=jobsearch&id=a0K0f000015XtfjEAC

Conduent - https://conduent.taleo.net/careersection/conduent_external_portal/jobdetail.ftl?job=18033814&lang=en

Live Ops - (This one, I'm not sure if it is still true or not but was a couple years ago, you had to pay for your background check - but they give you the money back if you stay with them for more than 90 days.. that is the only out of pocket cost for this one) -https://careers-liveops.icims.com/jobs/1424/customer-service-retail-representative-%28monday-sunday%29---wfh/job?mobile=false&width=1000&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

Working Solutions : https://jobs.workingsolutions.com/ (Scroll all the way to the bottom to apply)

Arise ( I am going to let you know this is a 1099 job and also you have to pay them to train you - you have to pay for the training materials .. But, they also pay really well. This is the only job that I know of makes you pay for your training. ) https://partnersetup.arise.com/united-states-english/create-user-profile.aspx?utm_campaign=RR_POST_2015-1-1_CallCenter&utm_source=RatRaceRebellion&cookieCheck=true

Asurion - (This is for the cell phone insurance) - https://asurion.greatjob.net/jobs/JobListingAction.action?PSUID=74514101-da98-440c-9f2c-e1109af30f22

CenturyLink - https://careeropportunities.centurylink.com/?rid=careers

Cruise.com - https://www.cruise.com/cruise-information/employment/?skin=001&pin=&phone=888-333-3116

CSR - https://www.csr-net.com/join-our-team/

Direct Interactions - https://www.directinteractions.com/careers/

Dyson ( I am going to let you know for training, they do fly you out to Chicago and pay for your food, hotel and transportation for the weeks that you are there and then you go back to your home and work from home) https://careers.dyson.com/en-gb/search-results/?q=work+at+home&page=1&minPage=1&maxPage=1&sort=Score&countries=1

Expert Planet - http://www.expertplanet.com/become-an-agent

Grindstone : https://grindstone.com/join-b2b-telemarketing-company/

Hilton Hotels: https://jobs.hilton.com/our-brands/hilton.php

HSN (You have to live in FL or VA) - https://jobs.hsn.com/?nolnav=1

Hyatt - https://careers.hyatt.com/en-US/careers/

TurboTax: https://careers.intuit.com/ (They need CPAs, Tax Lawyers and CSRs)

Maritz - https://maritz.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/MaritzCX/job/Virtual/Market-Research-Interviewer---MaritzCX---Virtual_R9143

MicahTek - https://www.micahtek.com/careers/

NexRep - https://nexrep.com/become-a-contact-center-agent/

Next Level Solutions - http://www.dial-nls.com/content.php?link=Careers_ind

O'Currance Teleservices - http://www.istayhome.com/job-listings/?search_keywords=&search_location=

Onpoint Advocacy - https://onpointathome.com/opportunities/

Progressive - https://progressive.taleo.net/careersection/iam/accessmanagement/login.jsf?lang=en&redirectionURI=https%3A%2F%2Fprogressive.taleo.net%2Fcareersection%2F2%2Fmysubmissions.ftl%3Flang%3Den&TARGET=https%3A%2F%2Fprogressive.taleo.net%2Fcareersection%2F2%2Fmysubmissions.ftl%3Flang%3Den

Service 800 - https://www.service800.com/careers

Support.com - https://www.support.com/careers/

FrontLine - http://frontlinecallcenter.com/

TeLCare - http://telcarecorp.com/about-us/career-opportunities/

TTEC - https://www.ttecjobs.com/en/work-from-home#wfh-jobs

Transcom - https://applications.transcom.com/OnlineEmploymentApplication/US%20Home%20Agent.htm

UHaul - https://www.uhaul.com/Articles/About/427/U-Haul-Sales-And-Reservations-Work-From-Home-Program/

Ver-A-Fast - http://www.verafast.net/job_opportunities.htm

VIP Desk - https://vipdeskconnect.com/current-openings/

VoiceLog - https://www.bsgclearing.com/contact_us/careers/live-operator-independent-contractor

Westat - https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/searchopenings.aspx?partnerid=82&siteid=5197

Xact Telesolutions - http://www.myxact.com/jobs/jobs-list.asp

YourMechanic.com - https://www.yourmechanic.com/careers

Humane League - https://thehumaneleague.org/work-with-us

Work At Home Editor at Trilogy Education Services - https://boards.greenhouse.getrake.io/trilogyeducation/jobs/1392929?gh_jid=1392929

Book Reviewer - https://onlinebookclub.org/free-books-for-reviews.php

Medical Transcriptionist for SoftScript - http://www.softscript.com/careers.html

QA Analyst Vox Media - https://boards.greenhouse.io/voxmedia/jobs/1576586?gh_jid=1576586

Recruiting Coordinator for TaxJar - https://taxjar.workable.com/j/F9CE03A0A1?viewed=true

Content Updater for Media Bistro - https://www.mediabistro.com/jobs/description/393171/content-updater-verywell/

Online Tutoring - https://www.coursehero.com/become-a-tuto?utm_source=adbloom&utm_campaign=1202&utm_medium=affiliate&transaction_id=1023e03423af83120536564e2acb61

HR - https://recruiting.ultipro.com/PUB1003/JobBoard/f3fb362c-761f-0eab-0b95-2fb7b2ba04e5/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=17005589-dd95-45dd-bd81-35748bf1a35a

ICA Notes - https://www.icanotes.com/about-us/careers/

Nursing Tutor - https://pearson.jobs/virtual-usa/nursing-tutor-remote-work-from-home/EE178699BABB456AAC07E5CD4905E81F/job/

OkCupid - https://boards.greenhouse.io/okcupid/jobs/1545816

Culinary Chef - https://heinz.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/KraftHeinz_Careers/job/Virtual-USA/Culinary-Chef---Foodservice_R-16301

Product Support Specialist - https://boards.greenhouse.io/lingolive/jobs/1456952

Accounting Expert - http://contractorjobs.study.com/apply/0c001833007b6241467f027150556c455d7b1e56285d2f1b782156061b35124b234d7a/Accounting-Expert-QA-Contract?sid=fozl2KSyvI3BalYpoLAcrdhJ1ldWOgSxetL

Recruiter - https://www.ehealthinsurance.com/about-ehealth/careers?p=job/oVcF9fwF

Advisory Teacher - https://re22.ultipro.com/CON1019/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*AFAE9DCED7C6CD0B

Substitute School Counselor - https://re22.ultipro.com/CON1019/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*E43239935FDB95E8

Advanced Tech Support - https://careers.godaddy.com/job/arizona/advanced-technical-support-incident-response-sucuri/18045/8341837

Bilingual Language Coach - https://mangolanguages.com/company/careers/#/jobs/dfc17f90-fff8-48d2-81bf-d9464a5a30ec

Graphic Design - https://employment.byui.net/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=&query_v0_posted_at_date=&418%5B%5D=8&commit=Search

Muse PaintBar - https://www.musepaintbar.com/careers-rep/

Video Editor - https://www.planetinteractive.com/careers/jobs/92529/

Enrollment specialist - https://hiip.com/

Basic Photography - https://employment.byui.net/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=&query_v0_posted_at_date=&418%5B%5D=8&commit=Search

Design for Social media - https://employment.byui.net/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=&query_v0_posted_at_date=&418%5B%5D=8&commit=Search

Medical Coders - https://www.codebusters.com/#what-are-coding-teams

Mobile Developer - https://www.clevertech.biz/careers/senior-react-native-developer

Wildbit - https://wildbit.com/jobs/customer-success-postmark-1

Medical Transcriptionist -http://www.fastchart.com/about/careers/medical-transcriptionist-independent-contracto

Aspire Lifestyles - https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj05/ats/careers/searchResults.jsp?org=INTERNATIONALSOSPA&cws=39

Enterprise Rent a car - https://careers.enterprise.com/category/work-from-home-jobs/430-1626-1625-5496/17267/1

Director of Payments - https://automattic.com/work-with-us/director-of-payments/

LionBridge - https://e-recruit.sap.lionbridge.com/sap(bD1lbiZjPTEwMCZkPW1pbg==)/bc/bsp/sap/unrg_appl/application.do?param=cGluc3RfZ3VpZD1FOEU4RjBCMUU3MDU0NUYxODBDRUEwMzY5RjRGRkMwQg%3d%3d&rcfcontext=GR/bc/bsp/sap/unrg_appl/application.do?param=cGluc3RfZ3VpZD1FOEU4RjBCMUU3MDU0NUYxODBDRUEwMzY5RjRGRkMwQg%3d%3d&rcfcontext=GR) (Note:
If you have any issues submitting your application or receiving a notification that your email address is already registered please contact Lionbridge directly by sending an email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) for assistance.)

Allianz - https://jobs.allianz.com/sap/bc/bsp/sap/zhcmx_erc_ui_ex/desktop.html?jobId=C2EBDE1DCF021ED991EC4E7BE1C79383#/DETAILS/C2EBDE1DCF021ED991EC4E7BE1C79383/

Wyndham - http://wyn-destinations-prod.adobecqms.net/careers/jobs/customer-service-representative-inbound-reservations-work-home-springfield-missouri-1903033

United Health - https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com/search-jobs?jf=12

PNC bank (Note: You must live within 150 miles of Atlanta, GA) - https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=15783&siteid=5130&jobid=1501564#jobDetails=1501564_5130

Empowered Education - https://health-coach-institute.workable.com/j/88C9A22450

Capital One - https://www.capitalonecareers.com/job/-/-/1732/10757475

Alaska Airlines - https://alaskaair.jobs/jobs/ (Boise, ID Area only!!!)

Guest Services Store for Disney - https://jobs.disneycareers.com/

Cancer Resource Specialist – American Cancer Society: “Must live in Las Vegas or Greater Las Vegas Market… The Cancer Resource Specialist is responsible for handling a high volume of inbound calls from constituents of the American Cancer Society. The CRS responds to a broad range of inquiries that may include cancer prevention and early detection information, requests for community resources, material orders and a variety of other topics related to the American Cancer Society’s work. Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred; Contact center and/or customer service experience desirable. The American Cancer Society will provide some of the technical hardware equipment for you to perform in your role including desktop computer, two 22 inch monitors, phone, headset, keyboard & mouse, webcam, surge protector, adapters and connectors, and miscellaneous supplies. The position pays $18.00/hr.”

Appen - https://talent-appen.icims.com/jobs/4238/voice-data-collector---usa/job?mobile=false&width=975&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Remote Copy Editor - https://www.webfx.com/careers/earned-media/full-time-remote-copy-editor-jobid5.html

Fancy Hands - https://www.fancyhands.com/job/apply/ (FYI - Must have a google email)

Schlag LLC - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/schlag-llc-dea0c5d7/customer-service-work-from-home-0e8a1243

HireKaiyah Inc . (Note: Location: Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas residents.) - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/hirekaiyah-inc-853dce24/work-from-home-customer-service-representative-ace5390e

Contractor in Charge - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/contractor-in-charge-e5390935/work-at-home-virtual-office-solution-associate-a1907736

Andavaris Staffing - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/andarvis-staffing-inc-16b4441f/customer-success-specialist-work-at-home-1eade8cf

Alliance Advisors - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/alliance-advisors-llc-5de284d3/work-from-home-call-center-rep-no-sales-87c159de

The Virtual Call Center - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/the-virtual-call-center-inc-b92e91e9/work-from-home-major-cruise-line-travel-agent-2803db54

Verizon Wireless - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/ojob/d558e3af60ff9c11e94b60854dd45022?u=0QAp8Dy694kpcZLgxxi8bcdJXJ0tqfIvrlZmQ5QahYyGSyY2MfeWzOD8g-7lxPrK8Nbx06uGcqAdQT3I-dsT28FQWwob5BUkUMm0OhvvlzESjima-2LXb6rEMJjoTSSWf7paEb_8wacIsCMxZri-8LCgSLBXjXUgxR89HM6EN_o3H873ZqNeIzgWaRMXJEuTG_u-46qouQwhOwjRngC49xawATMXT0Ea9uh2f9tsuGMG91QyDPQe2jNVF5OaSvq2T-PP9b7-1sX08bmE21OBAL3bi75hWb6Ip5JLbOet6rZb9GX2FavhRuddwMMof2XRiAZBCAB6t99M16s9ElRB-UwovB4tmWGplsZXaKM433ts52jPVQIbbtwJZafdl4QOtnpFIAY7qb71b_GirM1ElcN_pYMQZmKqWcIGYQCpPaux27-mJMyKbB60TBpTp3ug5yrTTEpXeTjA3zKdy3Z6f9D8MYar5BpqMkpN0p8XF2BrRYw4bWHsWUz9dEfrLdzHBOLSetnSal47ecgoBrZwX_GqzADBREvZLQrW7ukwg2q7ebGLGoQ8yWHLAXm-_SuK7edHB42iWwNwKtoZWhKjpMLEbE61oLaNpOu0tsjTTmKAlR0aCJJoZC-06J_PyXdZIFCgcR3AcUUktMcy94I035AatlwPfFj2qL-6zvKq4eYJGErc6rOjShKxgyz9Hitz3DCQTxzKYuaskR9uSFB96VSrhLBjU0yIK-77NcnAy2Sc7L0_w4_MSTDoGXUD1G8pWnxPhH7lFr-Hf9sQBQHlQtU_OQ-fVxCCglin95tIuKQU268kRJzd3cqcZl-h9C6TMN8JfsHRyj1qEhWrW20II_4B2B-au7eP-SwoqaWEH8bzZ9t6BNtCygIOLbkx2sUgWTQrkK_KQVXIUO5EkB0J5edwJJ3EZFiFrijVAr6RRGq7cOidvlAkQVRrBnxvyoiX-EZL9mIwS9Pph_O-lYqXXHK6rNbmsPIyLzc6AdWUCXnHCO9wgrjDun4nV4tj8QVs

Work At Home Transcription - https://udreamjob.com/udream-job/2/55121/Work-at-home-transcription-in-Saint-Paul,MN?https://udreamjob.com/udream-job/2/55121/Work-at-home-transcription-in-Saint-Paul,MN?n=Work-at-home-transcription-in-Saint-Paul,-MN

AAA MotorClub - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/ojob/4be956f9b34da0b887d566039c88a749?u=DuJnLOGAVZydw-Gizs4WfBNY404SPMXOyp-5fzJkhPO8Y_Mnc8n4BhJStDA0KIKie2e-QJ8lRx0kFD83X8Fes65IQAyDHl1_IXjua5APJGlgq5k7wzKGdwwJ8Z0XXlRE0Enink8Z90L6nU8UvlzOGY1pPoTYma7Ty6u2RR10Ehtp8_vD557NVQxR0P4neS789-ac0HQFqntpaCfwn1ydLRqZG7zNGV5lCJjLAQ_AsPYEa_l1n-WdiYKyYgURosMCQ4n9f51NLpju-eDvSVuS1pOy3-4eiilsF5w2VwCOaTUSlmPKFvKLqx8B6tUuv8OfCYlzpQgY-zORwvO5SrYe3c5JmkSY-3XxC0z0aau5d4qs3-_llXJqEj9U_Dzy44oPocL1LMeZ0wCEQGYVQNowN9RSquDbaRz-ThY3Q5ocBkJTUKGlzhVdCUwdt6XfYsZr2VF-XpfVLzXiC_-D_YSEjMsM83_d_Ygx1NrUvEs_4WRuZxVfildMdFm9GxYVfTY-hgBLT4WluMZw_EfEMs4q-UQZGsF0WaUJjZ1teUpF62fwy9zkSmJzqlSbKKNgf1RUTEaAlPbLN9pvkMn9xtvV48-8--0RwbRcSeEgVaxMB5NqFdqCJJ4pzJB5QpB1uw9pd7GMbR6YPOXztCvQPHwxrmkGy70lxcAqM706BsNNyAlKbUVoG9KH9njEofdREoN6t6ekPKpJphPhRuh8VwUjWP_Z-oDOFtoed3GatvZtol-bOJloVB3anXR49NZ-x24kCcs1y0FFpRvrIQqsWhPY_OiuXozEnQf8Um9jKT_xPpvDwENnVYHoYWZuNXsMin_Cqx5B8Dwm4-_0suWJwEo6H58Srpoo9oBjg2rqBRbyCemA5P0_TeHQ9v1k2b6zHA5VJpAZcb2KDT81_BoOjFxg4bn4ZQ_mJ3xQU1izOp9fELdbXaEtjzo_W1soc3YkceteR9CicfO1hWNclbRuiK8fkOVhbnWfzjP32-JTwo6-FyAFLsJF8e1op8Z43rv3tCHeKErEyIWFoE154za6bCY9bg

Ispos North America - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/ojob/a7502e9c86f7bce99b9415ed99ba18c7?u=3uwr0gzkSui7KBmDDkDvcB1DgXupNDvgMa2IdS2SF9jtcxG-CtTSRZaFtiQzwBgIQYMdmLDvfirV_J5-zKLmGtOVodHOrRhZvu3eUW7n6dmR8sCtQwwzkarD8ICOvUrVJIu-qpMYTTRj6Fnowr7P0M-si-5wi5Ln18Z81JT5E7rVKyNq5su0wxTXEvYLKD6YKLZxSXqJghIhUmp3l-w54bZ8brd7wFOHFoGDLLGpyoWSznm3SQyjEApVZBZzhe3ILBOfo2F4msBL9T2VjcsGhJTtagAAPor4wXZOd4od74AmWvwD_-G9FQ1DJI0SSJxkB7t6qezzCfZTJKZIfp-NRWOZ5tvNxNA1VXslzXIEycLzYvYu4T4DGVYEZ5S_dr9CbQ3CHE2DBrTcOMygu3zVWNP4oQIbyoTYqvb1FhXhZH0ZMlRQYuWuYLePX4DejcxXwJUQLw2Bs-wmsYYZp7cwmJhd71-DkfPCA232c3cxVyM8JCd-tCA614sFqHackds2eZABuET-cEoj6qt1Een-QbK_NtFqkKmL7-cF7_NBVD9vHrJkkaHT5hL5QrJtY9ex3lXyy26NmNjpCi7jQtiQpk0h4PQn2Wa8acej4JFLkVf_7jFDXh6aLoWSPAB0GQ0VArPVvgBJfRMihhBwvh5TZC8g5ziFY6_32YObqgwD-WPwg4pfdK7NoY8LRrbUqrfHh8JPfzq5z-qSubPjPmUg0u7IChx1yTpwdSMiIqerKAdFyOvAcw6CWix-rTKbCK03vQGlpxsrDrFFcHP264dLTVF4kTboLfb2TtR5U3-1HSDxyv-gDLHUYplFEA_KQ5TUFQ5DmzhidgYUFFCRiiV8lZYnZoB4xfxrAeSNOrXN0F91MB4AlH38e5mslWvUWDI6oGJjijoXXYofQ2kMZN55cEJ5TVA0aZFl0MJ9czBIdUwwtv9kwer8q3PveZmxeWD36Fi8Raap1cFcaofYgtB8NN-HPuOT2weaZu7xwOK8ATkfuOGmVlz7j_UihVxJoI2HOKqcb96sJSzoN_CpRESwzP0tbqUae68TNFwCUfQfG6Gn_HFOKovjqzQiWOz_J0QUNIg5xRcKZ3xfHjjcaTr8FA


Language Link - https://theapplicantmanager.com/jobs?pos=ll1930&src=zipr

Walgreens - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/ojob/3795b414181b9fd283168335ec29d543?u=SPQ5p6xHI1GzHTUuHVzVvqWEt-wsL2ad3gnNPjiyrCp43t2Na2fLsKez9Is__39kzbOGkEPRtXHqAQrvD6fAoX3mucM2-ag1v399U-OHPmM50Bl9cBppFHRqyiSO2OWyXhUnChQPaTeYIM1IpVe5HxnKAixQobRNekMBEZ5mxOAmjJMD701zp9JAM5FnsgQ6ne7mx7wQ-9FOn4FuoTqkB79YehR3fPXHFgGNKKWdXmofmybglj2BCpKLPGfxXMUtfvgnd-JNIbeew0kCFY5GQrcdQHsaXyss0WhewTvoZ5SrmRNXPATf4icyPq1cZY7CkdcT7CGmSG6Y5igrRI6iafDMNrdl7JjuUg49D12ygTiIcIw7MvChls4Te2aif6QWgiv_zE5hMFurPq1qqLnhXjZUq4VLtwkDaeON9h0lh9qfr0hCEocOpX4r-X0tdh6aG2PA91oc9Y2oHfVDWKI1js5z5Ul8CX0wrg2fZe403t39aFdcwBccAu7u8HXmQvXHSDNJb5E_-tesqycjXpwyohxrxV7qbF0AgqHmcGO6VllW5yODPK-h9WGWA2G1TLvQWMHWOMbSuqaCrfbmJbrsI7pZnJqJtdvFbNd8lJ_OtqTasxVBNQprXZ6rgXLVQXvWXWu1uzRz8xbicuvb6y7whSRKIgrPYgmI26ZRWo0DWW-2qIa0_BmMgRso3XvQZT96faV9AVjlVBRt6JOIZS7Ko15pRsUgTMPhIFohTPGZBoh2k6ZmSJAFS27C2GWGdv74r4y7Eg90_AdZmK2LTS7jszie4pUqu9xUgl6zb7u-yjIXHH6nBtAfUfrg-4lALO7dSRRONRivwHahZTN_Q3KTmPgbUlTd8MK7UOITsZF48aWffaTu4PA5CU7j6uSkSSEyrpOlj3mqhpNs71BKeqXVegP3T2L9J2gyZvRKMU468WpQkRN5PgyArUeyCB0_gGPJPaCDdi3PwtOxjnmBTEaBzzM1Yqj6TcAAFps0KnsGKxo

Amp Smart - https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/amp-smart-05609230/universal-customer-service-agent-5bb5a9e6

Amazon Customer Service (I think this is seasonal work - someone correct me if im wrong,they may not be hiring right now - but keep checking back!) https://amazon.jobs

Full Creative - https://full.io/jobs/us/ (Please note: This job hires in other countries, check the website to see if your country is listed!)

Also note for Full Creative - they only hire in Oregon, Texas, North Carolina, Idaho, Montana, Florida, Virgina

Monday.com - https://monday.com/jobs/C1.801

RM Factory - http://www.rmfactory.com/JobPostings/IQUEUE%20Agent%20Job%20Description.pdf

HelpJuice - https://helpjuice.recruitee.com/o/fastgrowing-saas-customer-success-hero/c/new

Ultimate Software - https://recruiting.ultipro.com/usg1006/JobBoard/dfc53730-57d1-3460-336f-ddafabd108f3/?q=&o=postedDateDesc

Point Click Care - https://careers.pointclickcare.com/job/POINUS485/Customer-Support-Specialist-Clinical

DataBees - Send your resume to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Philips - https://philips.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/jobs-and-careers/job/United-States-of-America---Home-Based/Technical-Support-Specialist_311872-1

American Express - (Please note:

Morneau Sheppell - https://trr.tbe.taleo.net/trr01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=MSL&cws=37&rid=9121

Karat - https://boards.greenhouse.io/karat/jobs/4220161002

TeePublic - https://teepublic.recruitee.com/o/freelance-customer-service-agent

Chili Piper - https://www.smartrecruiters.com/ChiliPipe743999684762749-customer-success-representative

Apollo Corporate Travel - https://careers-travelleaders.icims.com/jobs/1762/apollo-corporate-travel-specialist/job?mobile=false&width=940&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

WanChain ( Applications from all locations are welcome.) - Send your resume to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Agent Pronto - https://agentpronto.com/careers/client-specialist

Juicer - https://www.juicer.io/jobs#customer-support-specialists

Blue Leaf - https://careers.jobscore.com/careers/blueleaf/jobs/remote-customer-support-representative-pt-ft-work-from-home-aoQbsgpp8r6z-DcR_n82lY

Once Hub - https://hire.withgoogle.com/public/jobs/scheduleoncecom/view/P_AAAAABkAAAKDRULbZ63TYd

10% Happier - http://jobs.10percenthappier.com/

Aira - https://hire.withgoogle.com/public/jobs/airaio/view/P_AAAAAADAAADPP0Wc1N1qnC

MaGoosh - https://boards.greenhouse.io/magoosh/jobs/1587983

Doubledot media - https://www.doubledotmedia.com/jobs/customer-support

Abarca Health - https://abarca-health.breezy.hp/1eccaf22a04a-rx-customer-service-specialist

Food Revolution Network - - https://foodrevolution.workable.com/

Wex - https://www.wexinc.com/about/careers/

Ciox Health - https://careers-cioxhealth.icims.com/jobs/5789/client-service-representative-i/job?mobile=false&width=958&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

Intermedia - https://www.intermedia.net/about-us/careers?uID=&ref=Applied%20Directly&cjobid=91094&rpid=52184&postid=YyvS8uaqin4

LingoLive - https://boards.greenhouse.io/lingolive/jobs/1518270

Deem - http://jobs.jobvite.com/deem/job/ofTn9fwo

Care.com - https://www.care.com/vis/careers/job/1400991

CE Broker (Please note on this one - in the job description towards the bottom it says that if you do not provide a cover letter they will reject any application without it.)- https://cebroker.applytojob.com/apply/job_20190222221737_SIFRCJJMADEM52TM/Customer-Support-Specialist-Telecommute?source=FLEX

Xapo - https://remote.co/job/customer-support-lead-debit-card/

Jitterbit - https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Jitterbit/743999684031990-customer-success-manager-us-remote

I will be adding more to this list as I come across other job openings or work at home jobs and will keep this list up to date. Hopefully we can get this stickied in this sub!
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The Warez Scene: How it works

I saw in another thread people asking about the rules.
I found this post on revolt(dot)Group back in March 2017, Luckily I had shared this on another site. very educational.

Some of this info may be outdated, but this will give you an idea of the politics of it all. yes, even piracy has politics.

The Warez Scene
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  1. Intro
  2. The Scene
2.1. The Warez Scene Hierarchy
2.1.1. Peer-To-Peer
2.1.2. Newsgroups
2.1.3. IRC Trading
2.1.4. FXP Boards
2.1.4.1. The Scanner
2.1.4.2. The Hacker
2.1.4.3. The Filler
2.1.4.4. Pub/Pubbing
2.1.5. Top sites
2.1.5.1. The Sites
2.1.5.2. The People
2.2. The Scene System
2.2.1. IRC
2.2.2. Credit System
2.2.3. Affiliates
2.2.4. Release Database
2.2.5. Nukes
2.3. The Scene Rules
2.4. What is a Release?
2.4.1. Release Types
2.4.2. How does an original release look like?
2.5. About Release Groups in General
2.5.1. The Structure of a Release Group
2.6. Scene Art
2.6.1. ASCII art
2.6.2. ANSI art
1. Intro
Ever wonder what made release groups like SKIDROW and RELOADED so popular? It's because they are Scene groups. Scene groups exists for a long time and has a rich history. These type of groups are famous for their high quality and fast releases. However, the warez scene quite often seems to fail to achieve these expectations the last couple of years. The reason for this is the next generation games and group members, who don't always follow the strict scene rules. For more info (source: http://scenegrouplist.com/), read the next interesting paragraphs. Enjoy.
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2. The Scene
The scene or the warez scene is the pretty unknown worldwide network where people trade pirated goods, like DVD's, movies, games, applications etc. Warez refers primarily to copyrighted material traded in violation of its copyright license. It does not refer to commercial for-profit software counterfeiting. First warez is released by release groups that are specialized in publishing warez. They copy a DVD or break the security of a game, and will make it available for other people, as a so-called release. When these release groups finish a release it will be uploaded to sites. These sites are very fast private FTP-servers, and the first stadium in the distribution of a release. Eventually, at the end of the distribution, the releases are available for everyone on P2P (torrent).
The speed of this worldwide network is enormous. Within minutes a release can be copied to hundreds of other sites. Within an hour, it's available on thousands of sites and FXP boards. Within a day or two it's available on newsgroups, IRC and in the end, on P2P. It's not all one big happy family. The warez scene consists of certain groups/layers. At the top we have the release groups and the topsites. These groups are the scene core. The other groups officially are not a part of the scene. Though, most people consider them as a part of the scene. Read more about the scene hierarchyin paragraph 2.1.
The Scene isn't just a distribution network, it's far more than that. There are the scene rules which are there to guarantee good quality releases. If not, a release will be nuked. This means it will be marked as bad. Nuked releases are not spread well and the release group will get a bad status. Read paragraph 2.2 to learn more about the how the scene works.
Security is an important issue in the scene. Since their activities are illegal the sceners have to secure themselves, to be safe from the anti-piracy organisations and avoid being caught in a takedown.
2.1. The Warez Scene Hierarchy
The scene is build up in a certain hierarchy. To explain the structure of this, here is a global overview of the piracy food chain. Not all these “layers” are considered as a part of the scene by everyone. The anti piracy organizations and most of the other parties which are not in the scene them self, do consider all these groups to the scene. In fact, the release groups and the people on the top sites hate these other groups. The reason for this is that FXP boards, IRC traders, and mostly peer to peer users bring the scene in danger. The sceners (people from the scene) want to keep the releases for a limited amount of people. Since everyone who knows how to use a computer most likely knows how to use P2P software, everyone is able to download releases. This causes big losses for record labels, movie producers etc, what leads to attention of anti-piracy organizations. On their turn, this brings the sceners in danger, so that's why they disapprove these groups. FXP boards consider themselves in the scene. IRC traders and newsgroups might now even know about the scene, and P2P-users definitely don't know about the scene.
Here is the hierarchy:
o Release groups - Groups of people who release the warez into the scene. Often linked with Site Traders.
o Top sites - Very fast FTP servers with people who trade the releases from the above groups to other (top)sites.
o FXP Boards - People who scan/hack/fill vulnerable computers with warez.
o IRC Trading - Users of IRC who download from "XDCC Bots" or "Fserves".
o Newsgroups - People who download from alt.binaries newsgroups.
o Peer-To-Peer - Users of P2P (peer-to-peer) programs like KaZaA, BitTorrent, uTorrent (etc) who share with each other.
2.1.1. Peer-To-Peer
At the bottom of the piracy food chain we have the peer-to-peer users. There seem to be two groups of peer-to-peer users. The first group are kids downloading some music now and then because they can't afford CD's. Second are the older P2P users who use P2P also for downloading games, programs, movies, etc. In the media, peer-to-peer are being labeled as dangerous pirates. They are a lot easier to bust and there are quite some of them who are being sued by the RIAA for thousands of dollars. The level of security is very low, and it's easy to get access to all warez. This is why they endanger the sceners. Most P2P users don't have a clue about what a long way a release has made untill it's available for download. It has been released, spread from topsites to FXP boards, then to IRC/newsgroups and in the end it's available for the mass via peer-to-peer.
A special kind of P2P system is BitTorrent. It uses a central location which coordinates the downloads but it doesn't host any downloads. The download itself consists of several pieces offered by various users. Such a coordinated group is called a torrent. BitTorrent is widely used, although it's rather insecure. The central distribution point is called the tracker. The tracker knows which users already have the file, and which users want to download it. The users who already have the download are called seeders, and the users who are downloading are called leechers. Every user who downloads a certain file, downloads a different part of the file. When the seeder goes offline, they can still download from each other and all complete the file.
2.1.2. Newsgroups
Once upon a time when the internet was still young there were special interest groups that shared information and kept in touch by using a bulletin board type system. This system was designed to take advantage of the internet in a way an old bulletin boards couldn't; each location had a machine (news server) that would store all the messages of the newsgroups that were desired by it's users. A short time passed and the users of certain newsgroups thought that this system would be ideal to share files with each other. It's easy to access newsgroups but unless you are familiar with them, navigating and downloading files from the newsgroups takes more effort than P2P. You can download from newsgroups using a newsreader, for example: NewsLeecher and Xnews. There are also pay news servers, these are faster and can hold up the files longer than free news servers. Free news servers can be quite fast, and pay news servers are even faster.
2.1.3. IRC Trading
Not far up from peer-to-peer users we have the people who go to IRC for their warez. In general, these people intend to have a better knowledge about computers and the internet. Warez channels are often run by people who have access to a fair amount of pirated material.
There are generally two types of these channels. These can often feed by people from FXP boards or bad sites. First there are Fserve (user-to-user) channels. They mainly use the mIRC client's File Server function and some scripts to share their warez directly from their hard drives. Second there are XDCC (server-to-user) channels. These are usually run by people who are into FXP boards or in the scene. They have access to new warez. They employ people to hack into computers with fast internet connections and install XDCC servers (usually iroffer) which are used to share out pirated goods. There is a limited amount of people allowed to download a release at once, so when a release is popular you are placed into a waiting line. That way good download speeds will be guaranteed.
2.1.4. FXP Boards
FXP stands for File eXchange Protocol. It isn't an actual protocol, just a method of transfer making use of a vulnerability in FTP. It allows the transfer of files between two FTP servers. Rather than client-to-server, the tranfer becomes server to server. The PXP'er just gives a command to one server to send files to the other server. FXP usually allows very fast transfer speeds although it totally depends on the connection of the servers. Still it's usually faster since the hackers are able to hack very fast servers. The FXP boards layer in the piracy food chain is quite unknown and therefore rather safe. Though the hacker's activities are very illegal, and therefore dangerous. Security is important. The members are usually a lot smarter than IRC-traders/P2P-users and have a greater knowledge about computers and internet.
The boards usually run a vBulletin forum with custom hacks. The boards usually don't work with a credit system. Though the admins do a user cleanup once in a while. The board's members consist of scanners, hackers, and fillers. They each have their own tasks:
2.1.4.1. The Scanner
The Scanner's job is to scan IP ranges where fast internet connection are known to lie (usually universities, company's, etc.) for vulnerable computers. We're talking about brute forcing passwords from programs, or scanning on ports for certain programs which contain a bug. The scanner will often use slow previously hacked computers for his scanning (known as scanstro's), using remote scan programs. Once the scanner has gotten his results, he'll post this at the board. This is where the Hacker comes into play.
2.1.4.2. The Hacker
Hackers are the people who break into computers. There are many easy-to-exploit vulnerabilities. Hackers get in to a computer using an exploit to get in via a program's bug. An exploit is a script which uses the bug to get in the PC. The program/exploit he uses (of course) depends upon the vulnerability the scanner has scanned for. When in, the hacker runs his rootkit (a modified version of Serv-U usually). This rootkit is the server where other people can download from. Most likely he will also install remote administrator software (ussually Radmin), so he can get in to the computer easily. Once the server is installed and working he'll post the admin login data to the FTP server on his FXP board. Depending on the speed of the compromised computer's (in other words a pubstro or stro) internet connection and the hard drive space, it will be used either by a filler or a scanner.
2.1.4.3. The Filler
Now if the pubstro is fast enough and has enough hard drive space, it's the filler's job to get to work filling it with the latest warez. The filler gets his warez from other FTP servers hacked/filled by other people. Fillers sometimes have site access, and FXP releases from there to their pubstro. These people who are in sites and in FXP boards are considered corrupt, and if other sceners find out, they will be scenebanned (banned from all his sites). It is said that it happens quite often. Once he's done FXP'ing his warez, the filler goes back to the board and posts leech logins for one and all to use. Fillers (with site access) all try to post a release the first. It's kinda like a race, who ever wins it get the most credits. The speed of these pubstro's depend on how fast the hacked PC is. Hackers from these FXP boards are rather good, and are able to hack 100 mbit/s.
2.1.4.4. Pub/Pubbing
Pubbing is not so important anymore nowadays. These are the scan/hack/fill methods from the old days when many university and business FTP servers had write access enabled on anonymous FTP-servers. So instead of breaking into a computer, they would just upload their warez and give the IP address to their friends. This was very popular but died out for obvious reasons. It works like this; there is someone who scans for FTP servers with anonymous logins with write-access. Once found a pub would be tagged (a folder with the name "tagged.by." is created). The idea was that if a pub was already "tagged" other pubbers would leave it alone. This apparently worked for a while, with people respecting other people's tags and leaving the pubs alone. But it certainly stopped working in the long run.
A method against retagging is dir locking. This is used in pubbing to stop people which are not allowed to get into the directory of the tagger. There are a couple or dir locking tricks. The first and easiest is to make a maze. When you make a maze you just make a lot directories and other people would never know in what map your stuff is since you would have to try them all out. Second is UNIX tagging. That's about a the magical character, the ÿ (alt+0255) which is an escape character on UNIX machines. When give a directory a name containing that character, the name will be displayed different then when you typed it. The creator can get in by typing in the original name. Last is dir locking on NT systems. More about this and other dir locking here.
2.1.5. Top sites
Next on the list and pretty much at the top or near the top are the site traders. Site trading is basically sending releases from one site to another. Release groups publish their releases on these sites, so they are the first stadium in the distribution of warez. From there on a release will be spread all over the world.
2.1.5.1. The Sites
These sites have very fast internet connections. 10 mbit/s is considered the minimum, 100 mbit/s good, and anything higher pretty damn good. The sites have huge hard disk drives. 200 Gb would probably be the minimum, and they can get up to 5 terabytes. These sites are often hosted at schools, universities, people's work. These sites are referred to as being legit. This means that the owner of the computer knows that they are there and being run, which is the opposite of pubstro's. Fast connections mean a lot to some people. If you have access to a 100 mbit/s line (and are willing to run a warez server there), there are people who would quite happily pay for and have a computer shipped to you just for hosting a site that they will make absolutely no profit from. Commercial use of site access is not something common, most people do it just for fun, not to make money. Standard site software are GlFTPd and DrFTPd. As well as running FTPD, the sites run an eggdrop bot with various scripts installed. The bot will make an announcement on an IRC channel when a directory is made or upload completed. It will also give race information, since just like on FXP boards, the site traders try to send a release as quick as possible to another site. That way he will earn credits. The more credits, the more he can download. The speed between topsites can reach about 15 mbit/s.
2.1.5.2. The People
There are basically three ranks in site trading: siteops, affiliates and racers. Siteops (Site-Operators) are the administrators. There are usually between two and five siteops per site. One is often the supplier of the site, another the person who found the supplier and guided them through the installation of the FTPD. The other will be friends and people involved in the scene. One or more of the siteops will be the nuker. It is his job to nuke any releases that are old or fake. Affiliates are the release groups who post their releases there right after they are finished. Racers are the people who will race releases between sites. Usually they will have access to a number of sites and will FXP a release as soon as they're released. FXP'ing a release will gain credits. The ratio is usually 1:3, so FXP'ing 3 Gb will get them 9 GB credits on the site. The race is to upload the most parts of the release at the fastest speed.
2.2. The Scene System
In the scene hierarchy section (paragraph 2.1) we already explained what a topsite is. Here we'll provide some more detailed information about topsites and their system, and the scene system. Security of course is a very important issue. Topsites are very private. A typical topsite configuration will only allow users to login from a certain host (or IP range), with SSL encryption on all FTP sessions. FTP bouncers are commonly used to hide the topsite's real IP address, and to share network load. Most users will connect through proxy's. That way the sites won't see their real IP-addresses.
2.2.1. IRC
All site members are present in the site's IRC channel. These channels are mostly located on private or very secure IRC servers, and you'll need to connect via SSL. Apart from SSL there are more security measures. You cannot just join the channel, you have to invite yourself, by using a command line when you are connected to the site. That way people who are not a member of the site, will not be able to join since it's secured with invite-only or with a channel key (password). The channels are often protected with FiSH. FiSH is a IRC addon which encrypts the messages in a channel. That way people who don't have the proper fish key, won't be able to read the messages. In that IRC channel, the members and site ops can talk to each other. Also there is a site eggdrop bot present, which will make an announcements when a releasegroup publishes a new release on the site, or announces when a members starts to upload a release. Also most sites will have an announce channel. This channel automatically displays the latest releases just after they're prepared. More about that below.
2.2.2. Credit System
The site works with a credit system. Site-ops and commonly affiliated are exempt from this system, they have a free leech account. This credit system works according to a ratio. Most common is 1:3, this means when you upload 3 Gb, you can download (or FXP) 9 Gb. When a member doesn't pass the minimum monthly required amount of upload, he'll automatically be deleted. Credits can be lost by uploading a bad release which gets nuked. Nuke multiplier affects the amount of lost credits.
2.2.3. Affiliates
There are basically three ranks in site trading: siteops, affiliates and racers. Siteops (Site-Operators) are the administrators. There are usually between two and five siteops per site. One is often the supplier of the site, another the person who found the supplier and guided them through the installation of the FTPD. The other will be friends and people involved in the scene. One or more of the siteops will be the nuker. It is his job to nuke any releases that are old or fake. Affiliates are the release groups who post their releases there right after they are finished. Each affiliate has access to a private, hidden directory on the topsite. This directory is used for uploading new releases before they are made available to other users .When a new release has finished uploading on each of the group's sites, a command is executed to simultaneously copy it into a directory accessible by other users, and trigger an announcement in the top site IRC channel. This command is called the PRE-command. "To pre" refers to executing this command. Pre-releases may be also relayed to external pre-announce channels to inform other couriers/site members/users from FXP-boards that a new release is available for racing. The warez scene relies on strict release standards, or rules, which are written and signed by various warez groups. Racers are the people who will race releases between sites. Usually they will have access to a number of sites and will FXP a release as soon as they're released. FXP'ing a release will gain credits. The ratio is usually 1:3, so FXP'ing 3 Gb will get them 9 GB credits on the site. The race is to upload the most parts of the release at the fastest speed.
2.2.4. Release Database
When a group pre's a release, the release will automatically be registered in the pre-database. This is huge database which contains all the releases ever release into the scene. This release databases records release names and their release date & time, although fields vary from database to database. Examples of other common fields include genres, sections, and nuke details. Release databases are maintained to provide release groups with a service for checking existing release titles, to avoid a dupe (duplicate). Also users are able to check whether or not, for example, a game was already released, the release date, the status (nuked or not) and more. Release databases are updated by automatic processes that either recurse selected topsites searching for new releases (spidering), or catch pre-release announcements from site channels.
2.2.5. Nukes
If a group publishes a release which already has been released by another release group, it's a dupe (duplicate). Then the release will be nuked. This means that it's marked as a bad release. Release groups try to avoid nukes, since this will give them a bad reputation. Except for dupe, releases can be nuked for other reasons too. There are 2 types of nuke:
o Global Nuke:
o Nuked because of the release itself. It is nuked because something is wrong with the release, for example: sound errors, dupe, freezing video, bad rip, etc. If a group will find out there is something wrong, they can request a global nuke.
o Local Nuke:
o Nuked because of the environment. Individual sites will nuke for breaking their rules, for example: no repacks allowed, no games with languages other than English and Dutch, etc. So there is nothing wrong with the release. Because of these releases are nuked locally, they can still be traded on other sites.
2.3. The Scene Rules
The scene rules are the standards in the warez scene for releasing warez. These standards are the minimum requirements for a release. The scene rules are defined by groups of people who have been involved in its activities for several years and have established connections to large groups. These people form a committee, which creates drafts for approval of the large groups. In organized warez distribution, all releases must follow these predefined standards to become accepted material. The standards committee usually cycles several drafts and finally decides which is best suited for the purpose, and then releases the draft for approval. Once the draft has been signed by several bigger groups, it becomes ratified and accepted as the current standard. There are separate standards for each category of releases. The scene rules can be updated anytime, though it is most likely that the rules won't change more than 1 or 2 times a year.
Why these rules? The scene rules may seem a little strict, but they certainly are not there to bother rippers. There are several reasons why these rules exist:
The rules enforce high quality releases only, so no worries about corrupted files, an error or other bad stuff. Because the releases are divided into small parts you don't have to worry about re-downloading the whole release if something goes wrong. You can control that everything has been downloaded correctly by checking against the SFV-file. Hence you will always know whether you've gotten a complete uncorrupt release of what you were downloading. The rules lead to a standardized way of sharing, which the people who download obviously benefit greatly from. You will learn to recognize a good release and be spared the inconvenient trouble/surprise of poorly ripped movies by amateurs. Scene releases always contain all the information about how it's ripped, what the quality is etc. This way you always know what you're downloading. You can find rule sets here.
2.4. What is a Release?
Original releases are rips of movies, programs, games and music, all released by groups specialized in creating these kinds of releases, so called release groups. A release is the full package of a ripped game, movie etc. These releases are all created in a standard way, according to the scene rules. That way the tag (directory name) and the included info file directly give you a lot of information about the release type, the source and so on.
First there is the actual content. Most big releases with the size of a CD or DVD are released as an image, mostly in .ISO or .IMG format. Basically an image is a complete backup of a CD/DVD. They can be burned (Nero, Alcohol 120%) or mounted (Alcohol 120%, Daemon Tools). The content it's often packed into compressed files for easy spreading. Also it contains an info file which will tell the downloader all about what's in the release, how it's created and what the quality is. More about how a release looks like here.
To ensure the quality of a release, there are the scene rules which are set up by the release groups. These scene rules exactly tell how a release should be prepared for the scene. This is the big advantage of scene releases, you'll always get high quality.
2.4.1. Release Types
All those scene releases have to be ordered in a clear system, so it's easy to look something up. Therefore the releases are categorized in the categories below.
The most important categories are:
o TVRip: A rip from a television show
o Movie: Movie in video format
o Apps: Applications
o Games: PC games
o Console Games: Games for consoles
o DVDr: DVDs
o MP3: Music albums/singles/vinyls/livesets/etc
o 0day: 0day refers to software, videos, music, or information released or obtained on the day of public release.
There are even more categories but they are less important. Such as: VHS (A VHS-videotape rip), PSP-movies, XVCD and previous generation console games like PSX (PlayStation 1), DC (Dreamcast games). MDVDr, XXX and Anime sometimes are also defined as a category. In fact it's a movie/DVDr, but since they are a little different from regular movies they are sometimes considered as unique categories. The same goes for MDVDr (Music DVDr) which is different from regular movies but it's still DVDr, and the same story for MViD (Music Video) but then video.
2.4.2. How does an original release look like?
The way a release is build up is in some ways dependent on what section it belongs to. Common, for all releases except music, is that the release (i.e. the game, program, movie etc.) is always archived in a number of RAR-archives. This has been done to facilitate the actual download of the release, and in some cases is also due to tradition.
A release always contains:
o A main directory:
o All the files from a release are placed into 1 directory. The name of this directory is equal to the release name. There are certain rules concerning the release names. This is done so that all necessary information will be included in all releases. Uniformity creates a clear distinction – imagine if all groups would have their own ways of naming releases. This is also done to ensure the release on different kinds of platforms. Some of these can't cope with special letters, as å, ä, ö or blank spaces. To prevent the risk of getting an error only a certain set of symbols are allowed. These are:
o ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
o abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
o 123456789-_.
o SFV-file (.sfv):
o SFV stands for Simple File Validator and is used to check files if they became corrupt after transfer. It does this by doing a CRC (cyclic redundancy check). After the check it displays which files contain CRC-errors and therefore are corrupt. It's also used on FTP servers/sites to check the progress of downloads or uploads.
o NFO Info-file (.nfo):
o An NFO file is a text file with information about the release. The files are designed by ASCII artists and can be read with Damn NFO Viewer or simply with notepad.
o WinRAR-file (.rar):
o A RAR file is a data compression archive format. The actual content is packed into a RAR-archive. Usually they are split to multiple RAR volumes with a certain size (15 or 50 mb is standard). Scene releases are packed into RAR files, but they are not compressed.
Not all types of releases are created in the same way. There are a lot of resemblances between them, but there are also some differences. Some are essential for that type or release, other things are the way they are because of tradition. Let's have a look at the individual release types:
o MP3:
o The MP3 releases are the only ones which aren't tagged into RAR files. MP3 releases are tagged with _ to replace the spaces, instead of . with most types of releases. Most MP3 releases contain .JPG scans of the front/back/inside covers of the CD. MP3 releases contain MP3 files, and also M3U files. M3U playlist file (.m3u):
o An .m3u file basically is just a text file that lists all MP3 files. If the .m3u file is loaded to a media player, the player plays the list of media files in the order they are listed in the playlist.
o Movies – DVDr – TVRip:
o These releases are all in RAR archives. Most common, they are split into 15 mb RAR files. For DVD5 50 mb is standard, and for DVD9 100mb. These releases (can) contain:
o Sample in a subfolder "Sample":
o This folder contains a sample of the movie. This way it's easy to check the quality of a release. The size of the sample is most of the time the same as the size per RAR, so 50mb if it’s a DVD5.
o JPG Cover in a subfolder "Cover":
o This folder contains the scan(s) of the cover of the source, most common in .JPG format.
o Subtitles in a subfolder "Subs":
o This folder contains the sub(s) of a movie. This is only for DiVX, XviD etc and not for DVD. The subtitle files are text files which can be loaded onto the movie, using programs like BS Player. When a DVD is more than 1 disc, there are sub folders in the main folder: DISC1, DISC2 etc. Same goes for CD: CD1, CD2 etc.
o PC Games – Console Games – Apps:
o Nothing new about this, they contain the .SFV file, .NFO file and are in rar files. Most games and applications are tagged with . and most console games are tagged with a _, but 0day apps are a little different though. Most of them don't contain a .SFV file, but a .DIZ file instead. Also apps and games can contain subfolders like CD1/CD2.
.DIZ file file_id (.diz): o File_id.diz is a plain text file containing a brief content description of the archive in which it is included.
2.5. About Release Groups in General
A releasegroup simply is a group of people which releases warez such as movies, games applications, or music on the internet. IRC is the group's medium to stay in contact with each other. The size of a group varies, some groups have just 5 people, others maybe 20. Mostly the members of the group don't know each other in real life. Trust is a highly important issue. Since the group's activities aren't legal, the team members have to be able to rely on each other. If one member gets caught, the other ones are in big trouble too, so security has high priority. This means that for example they talk on private IRC servers or through a bouncer, and they connect to their sites through proxy's. In the group, every team member has his own task.
2.5.1. The Structure of a Release Group
o Leader: The leader decides the main directions for the group. The leader is not a dictator, he won't decide everything by himself. He also has to keep the group together, and keep the individual members satisfied.
o Supplier: The supplier is the group's source. He often has pre access to the game/movie/etc, but this is not necessary. It's also possible that this is someone who sneaks into the cinema and films the movie. The top groups have pre access. Their supplier might work at a DVD plant, a DVD review magazine, or a DVD rental store. The supplier gives the game/movie/etc to the other team members.
o Cracker: The cracker breaks the security. Not all groups have a cracker. Crackers are required to release games, applications and alike.
o Encoder: The encoder rips and converts the movie so it's suitable for the web. Encoders are just in movies/DVDr groups.
o Packager: The packager packs the release and adds the essential files and information.
o Courier: The courier pre's and spreads the release all over the world via FTP.
This is just a global overview, it's not the same for every group. Music releases for example are often quite simple to create and multiple tasks can be done by 1 person.
2.6. Scene Art
Scene art are digitally produced images. Of course they are not just created by release groups. As a result of the artscene's early affiliations with hacker and software piracy organizations, the digital art is quite attached to the scene. There are two types of art types used for the scene. First here is ASCII art and second there is ANSI art.
2.6.1. ASCII art
ASCII art is an artistic medium that are graphics pieced together from the 95 printable characters defined by ASCII. ASCII art is used in the release group's NFO file. The standard viewer for NFO files is Damn NFO Viewer, but you can also view them with Notepad.
NFO files were first introduced by the release group THG (The Humble Guys) with their release of the PC game Bubble Bobble. This NFO file was a replacement of the more common readme.txt files. Nowadays the NFO file is like a signature of the group, so it's important to have a cool and good-looking nfo. A typical modern day NFO file is elaborate and highly decorated, with usually a large logo at the top with all the release-related information below.
2.6.2. ANSI art
As computer technology developed, monitors were available that could display color. Eventually, text artists began incorporating this new level of flexibility to the existing medium of ASCII art by adding color to their text-based art, or animating their art by manipulating the cursor control codes. Quite simply, this is what is commonly referred to today as ANSI art.
The majority of the early created ANSI art were distributed as coded executables called loaders or intros/cracktro's. A crack intro, also known as a cracktro, loader, or just intro, is a small introduction sequence added to cracked software, designed to inform the user which release group or individual cracker was responsible for removing the software's copy prevention and distributing the crack. Cracking groups would use the intros not just to gain credit for cracking, but to advertise their bulletin boards, greet friends, and to give themselves recognition.
Credits - Original post: https://revolt.group/index.php?/topic/67-the-warez-scene/
In the event that this wasn't enough reading for you, or for more up to date information on the warez scene, you can go here.(Thanks to @cuddle-buddy for the link)
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4: Building a Decent Blog/Ecommerce Site CheaplY

QUICK OVERVIEW
Budget Overview Domain Name Hosting Ecommerce Content Managment System Choosing A Theme

1. Budget Overview

Many people think that building your own web store is a very complex and expensive project but it doesn’t have to be. The whole setup shouldn't cost you more than $100 and hence the title.
Domain name: $10-15 on Namecheap Hosting: $15 / m on Hostgator Content management system: Wordpress or Magento, FREE Theme: $35 - $80 on Themeforest
Logo: $5-$20 on Fiverr

2. Domain Name

It doesn't really matter where you get your domain from, however, I would highly recommend Namecheap. You can go with any name that you like, preferably something that is brandeable. Think of names like eBay and Amazon. Also, if you have no intention of being a locally based shop, make sure to get a .com. If you in fact are locally based then you would most likely want to get your country code top-level domain.

3. Hosting

While you could get your hosting right there at Namecheap, I'd recommend Hostgator with their "Business" package.
With this "Business" package, your site will get it's own IP address and private SSL certificate.

4. Ecommerce Content Management System

So now it's time to choose a CMS to power our web shop and we have 2 obvious choices: Magento & Wordpress Even though there are many other platforms available, these 2 have the largest community and thus it's easier to get support and find tutorials.
While Magento is a specialized e-commerce script, Wordpress is a more general content management system. It's mainly used for blogs but can very easily be designed to work as a fully featured e-commerce site due to it's many 3rd party plugins and different themes.
The choice between the two is pretty simple:
Magento is the best option if you are selling your own products or working with a dropshipping supplier. It's more optimized for e-commerce than Wordpress and it can handle large amounts of different products easily.
On the other hand, Wordpress would be better option if you plan on selling products from Amazon as their affiliate and / or if you plan to run a blog in addition to the web shop. While Magento does have a blog extension it's no match for Wordpress in this area which after all is what Wordpress is all about. However, WP can get quite slow once you start adding large amounts of products.
Also, you will need an e-commerce plugin such as WooCommerce for Wordpress. It's a free plugin that will give your Wordpress site e-commerce functionality, ability to add different products and integrate payment systems. There are other options but I've had experience with this one and it seems to handle everything quite well. You will also find loads of themes that are optimized to work smoothly with WooCommerce.
Note however that some themes might not work properly with this kind of plugins, your best bet is to try a find a theme that explicitly states it's compatible with WooCommerce. This is another reason why I recommend this plugin as there are loads of themes that are compatible with it.

5. Choosing A Theme

Speaking of themes, both Magento and Wordpress have a sizeable selection of free themes you can use. However, I strongly recommend that you go with a paid theme. These tend to have more features, a more unique, modern look and support that will handle any problem you have in a short time period. With free themes, you don't get any kind of support and sometimes there are stupid restrictions built in to the theme so you would buy the paid version.

6. Choose something to sell/write about

Final words or advise:

50% OF THE KNOWLEDGE YOU NEED CAN BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET FOR ABSOLUTELY 100% FREE.

THE OTHER 50% CAN ONLY COME FROM PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE.
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InstantBiz Review

InstantBiz Review
Websites become a very important part of the marketing process of any marketers or entrepreneurs in this world. It provides detail information about the product or services for customers so base on that, they can decide whether they should buy it or perhaps not. Creating a website usually required lots of steps and sometimes it will cost you a huge amount of money.
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Do you want to create a website but you postpone this idea because you think it will be very hard to do so? If the answer is yes, this review is just for you.

Today I want to introduce you a solution for this real advertising problem - InstantBiz! It can help you create a website as fast as possible and extremely easy to use. It’s too good to be true? But it’s good and it’s accurate! Let’s find out what it is!

InstantBiz Review Overview

InstantBiz Review
Easy To Use - 10/10
Price -- 9. 9/10
Quality - 10/10
Features - 9/10
Suport -- 9/10
Bonus - 10/10
  1. 7/10
Vendor: Radu et al
Product: InstantBiz Review
Launch Date: 2019- May -15
Launch Time: 11: 00 EDT
InstantBiz Review

What is InstantBiz?

In recent time, any entrepreneurs need a website. That’s the reason why InstantBiz was created. InstantBiz is an amazing cloud app that allows your customers to create beautiful sites with ZERO experience, it also includes a commercial license on the front end, meaning they are able to sell those gorgeous websites for hundreds of dollars! There are lots more benefits you can get from this product, let’s me show you!


Key Features
· Create beautiful websites and pages to use in any kind of business.
It provides beautiful templates which have been made for you to create a landing page. You can create a sales page, company webpages video promotions and much MORE.

· Commercial license included
From now on you don’t have to do many complicated services to sell the sites you have made. You are able to sell those sites and make huge profits with it because this tool includes commercial license!

· Beacon & Geofence Technology
With this technology you and your local clients will be able to send notifications about Special Deals/Offers, Coupons and item page links to the people around your local shop/store straight to their smartphones.

· Create pop ups
With a html script, you can use this kind of pop up anywhere you want, even if you make use of WordPress, Clickfunnels, Optimzepress, or any other page builder out there

· Cloud-based app
This app can be used by mobile phone or computer! there’s nothing to install!

About the Creator - Radu Hahainu

Radu is a successful entrepreneur and marketer who has years of encounter in digital product. Work with him in this launch is Luan Henrique and Thanga. They both are very famous marketers. In every single offer, they put out converts well and delivers high EPCs. These marketers know what will solve real marketing problems.

The launches they work together often receive good comments and become very famous in JVZoo such as FB Auto, WP Secure and WP Click Viral. You can take a look at their product via this website!

How Does It Use?

This product is newbies friendly. To any extent further you can create a site for your own with no experience! This product is very simple to employ. You can watch the demo video on the sales page and you will see that this product provides clear options and instructions for you personally.

Who Should Use It?

Whoever you are, if you want to create a website on your own good, this is a suitable option for you. Especially, it’s perfect for:

· Business Owners

· Social Media Marketers

· Service Provider

·SEO marketers

· MMO

· Affiliate Marketers

· Entrepreneurs

Evaluation and Price
The front-end price because of this product is $23. With only $23, you can sell many websites with value hundreds of dollars? What a bargain! I haven’t seen any choice like this before. I also see some options for you personally:

· OTO 1 - PRO ( worth $37): A bunch of extra features to make the software even more powerful!

· OTO 2 - SEO XBusiness Addon (value $27): After you sell people the websites, the next thing they will need is a great SEO Optimization, and with this upgrade you can now offer SEO solutions to your clients (the app does all the hard work for you - it is all DFY)

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· OTO 4 - InstantBiz “BTS” Membership ( worth $97): With this upsell they'll get instant access to InstantBiz Born to Sell Membership - where they will get instant access to all the apps and softwares, marketing training, SEO training, and much more!

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Tzimisce Story Ideas

I've seen it suggested repeatedly by a few Camarilla adherents within the World of Darkness community that the Tzimisce Clan's only true function are to serve as ostentatious 'dungeon boss monsters' who populate a few winding hallways with a kitschy assortment of Halloween-store 'spooky mutant' chaff until, for dessert, they reveal their 'Final Form' after taking sufficient battle damage from heroes within any given narrative.
Such portrayals can indeed be amusing or even inspiring to witness when well executed, but this of course is not what the clan actually represents to its followers (or indeed those fans of the wider horror genre who have witnessed the potential of Tzimisce-type works to allow creators to confront important and unique artistic or scientific questions about physical identity, freedom, instinctuality, survival, modern social values, or the mechanics that comprise our reality). The Tzimisce contain Bram Stoker's Dracula (who reappears in 2018 to represent the Tzimisce in Beckett's Jyhad Diary) as well as hundreds of other fascinating stories and characters and historical timelines and shared behaviors that together constitute a culture.
Many have created works fitting into this culture and aesthetic without even knowing of the Tzimisce or the World of Darkness, just as many enjoy creating works or discussing the concept of cyborgs without being familiar with the term (or scholarship) of transhumanism.
Even still, if we wish to encourage deeper and more important portrayals of the Tzimisce, we of this subreddit should continue to aggregate and build upon the existing works. To that end, this thread has been created to share undeveloped story prompts and plot ideas with one another which may be put to free Tzimisce-based use by visitors to this subreddit one day. Also (as is frequently noted in criticism of modern Marvel movies), good stories are only as good as the villains, which within the WoD may include those entities within other clans or gamebooks (wherein we should reserve their opposition against The Tzimisce as just The Joker is known to fight against Batman).
ALL IDEAS SHARED IN THIS THREAD ARE FREE FOR USE BY WHITE WOLF PARADOX OR INDEPENDENT CREATORS WITHIN THE WORLD OF DARKNESS OR SIMILAR UNIVERSES INSOFAR AS THE TZIMISCE OR TZIMISCE AESTHETIC REMAIN AFFILIATED WITH THE PRECEPTS AND CONCEITS HERE GIVEN.
1). The Japanese pop-duo Ayabambi seem like ideal Lasombra if the vampires of VTM were to effectively spread to Asia despite the Kuei Jin (as many players have been asking about the possibility of in the White Wolf subreddit in the past few years):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdaWvLz6MMo
http://www.newnownext.com/ayabambi-break-up/07/2017/
2). It would be an amusing nod to science (and perhaps the earliest Nosferatu myths) for a Nosferatu character to be diagnosed offhandedly by an inadvertent physician witness with
https://youtu.be/Rlth9TUWaQg?t=7m2s
and handed a brochure on gene therapy for their family members https://www.technologyreview.com/s/611015/in-a-medical-first-drugs-have-reversed-an-inherited-disorder-in-the-womb/
3). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uepK-tF0qqk This video made me reflect on how human organs may have been similarly reused and changed sides multiple times during Tzimisce conflicts throughout history, and especially The Omen War. In the spirit of "waste not, want not" it may have been possible for an innocent kine working for a Tzimisce ghoul to have been sent into Tremere territory, the Tremere captured and enghouled this human and sent them back as an agent and spy against the Tzimisce, the Tzimisce captured this ghoul and made them into a full vampire to send as a shock-trooper against the Tremere, the Tremere then captured this Tzimisce and turned them into a warrior-class gargoyle through ritual (before Visceratika emerged as abilities for the gargoyles), this gargoyle was sent into battle against the Tzimisce who defeated the gargoyle and formed its remnant parts into a szlachta to send back at the Tremere, this szlachta was murdered and then reanimated with supernatural-level biothaumaturgy to go fight the Tzimisce, the Tzimisce in response tore out the brain and fleshcrafted this szlachta into a larger Vozhd to send back at the Tremere, who used Marionette thaumaturgy to command the Vozhd to turn back and go attack the Tzimisce, who may have then eviscerated the Vozhd to form a dragon zulo-form with the remains through the Path of Azi Dahaka. Thereby the viscera and organ(s) switching sides nine times in this encounter as not a double-agent, but a nonuple-agent.
4). If a member of the Tzimisce clan neuromodulated their brain to work differently or more effectively than a standard human consciousness (or to protect against the Malkavian clan), the effects of Malkavian dementation or the penalty for diablerization of a Malkavian might not work as it was intended to. In fact, the Tzimisce's brain might be actively able to unscramble the Malkavian Madness Network to a point of clarity never before achieved, at which point this unfortunate Kindred may hear the true voice of Malkav, as Malkav realizes what has happened and enters into communion with the Tzimisce to strip away their consciousness piece by piece while bestowing visions of the form and shape of universal history, the Curse of Caine, the Embrace, causality, and the plan of divinity. There is a very little-known piece of music which, in my opinion, has lyrics perfect for the scene if it were in a film, which embody Malkav moreso than any other work I have ever encountered: https://youtu.be/lNtWVlOkedE?t=16m54s (I think the process of interpretation of the lyrics is part of what makes this piece so interesting, but if you are not a native speaker of English: "The Mother Tongue" may be symbolizing the communion of their consciousnesses speaking to one another, "the bar of light blinding is at the peak" is meaning the sun's fatality, "the dazzling dead" means the kindred, "their faces blurring into the mist behind the hill" means the obscurity and remoteness of their independent minds, "the first time" means Malkav's embrace, "the gate" means the passage of irreversible events, "you will be divested of every garment until none remain" referencing the last shred of sanity within the host, etc.) As noted in the album notes: "The Coppice Meat" contains a reading of Angus Maclise's poem of the same name. Maclise, best known as the first drummer to The Velvet Underground, who quit due to the band accepting a paid gig, made his own music that has largely remained unreleased and unheard to this day. What little there is of his music on Youtube, most of it is absolute shit and shouldn't be heard by any sane human being nor masochists. Despite that, Coil found him a HUGE source of inspiration, and for that, I suppose we owe him a sliver of appreciation. For that and quitting The Velvet Underground so Maureen Tucker could grace the great, innovative band instead. If you have never read Clanbook Malkavian this wiki entry is very helpful: http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/Malkavian_Antediluvian Malkav's poetic delivery may not be for the benefit of the host, but perhaps for the seed of the Eldest which may be carried within each Tremere and Tzimisce which may be subtly watching and shaping the behaviors of the childer, in which case this communion would represent a reunification of two antediluvians, and a symposium on the fate of the universe, all through the eyes of a torn and breaking vessel.
5). As illustrated by current events, revenants are often necessary as specialized ghoul servants so that your torpored corpse does not end up wrapped up in a carpet underneath a stack of pizza boxes and fast food hamburger wrappers https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2018/05/31/after-a-hoarder-died-cleaners-made-a-creepy-discovery-in-his-home-a-mummified-body/?utm_term=.8a9814e6a3de or burned up after your ghoul decides to subcontract the formation of your tirsa to unskilled labor without any necessary safety precautions https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/mysterious-tunnels-in-bethesda-murder-case-were-being-built-as-nuclear-bomb-shelte2018/05/31/cc87aafa-64ee-11e8-a69c-b944de66d9e7_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.15a4363db5ba
The revenants revel in their twisted natures http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/Revenant_(VTM), but one might be brought to betrayal of their master by the startling revelation that their degeneracy is merely a mirror of common duck behaviors and their darkest sins a secret figure of fun and mockery by a quacking patriarchal primogenitor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lt4IlxFVT-g
6). The recently discussed "Tall Foxes" https://youtu.be/nG2pEffLEJo?t=11m03s could be Tzimisce slang for escaped experiments that have not been recaptured and have managed to adapt surprisingly well to their natural surrounding in avoidance of both man and kindred, leaving a sense of uneasiness in their creator that they may reappear to create problems at an inopportune moment.
7). Geographically Switzerland is an amazingly attractive vampire territory with policies that seem dictated by Kindred desire for subterranean privacy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha66FfC-N18 in a manner similar to the mythology-rich https://www.wired.com/2013/03/david-galjaard-albanian-bunkers/ which is a personal favorite locational interest of mine for the clan. The Tzimisce are not much mentioned in the official WoD canon to be associated with these places after being gifted with deep ties to the Carpathians, with the apparent reasoning that Transylvania is the MOST vampiric of regions in the popular imagination (and indeed alongside the Oradea tirsa 'concealment magics' the Tzimisce may use vicissitude to adapt their bodies or herds of enslaved and fleshmelded kine blood-cattle to the extreme conditions of the remotest regions in or upon the Earth or beneath its oceans https://youtu.be/FUt6_8ZhsPc?t=2m49s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s2RIurQV0Q), yet The Eldest was a well-traveled mountaineer, and he strategically colonized regions and sects (and people) as he was able to better meet his ultimate ends, so perhaps we could encourage the appearance of more of the Clan in these places. Currently the Toreador Enver Frasheri is associated with both http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/Enver_Frasheri), and beyond that in Switzerland we have
http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/Guillaume
http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/Manfred_von_Schorr and
http://whitewolf.wikia.com/wiki/David_Frankel and of course The Black Monastery stronghold of the Sabbat where The Paths of Enlightenment were originally formed from the original medieval roads and viae by player-characters within "Giovanni Chronicles Pt. II – Blood and Fire", which I've seen receiving rather mixed reviews:
https://princeofnothingblogs.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/challenge-accepted-giovanni-chronicles-pt-ii-blood-and-fire-what-is-that-there-is-that-the-script/
https://podtail.com/en/podcast/25-years-of-vampire-the-masquerade-a-retrospective/giovanni-chronicles-conclusion-episode-46/
... in terms of the game-line itself the formation of the paths represent a vastly important and defining moment within Sabbat history, analogous in significance perhaps to the Wormser Edikt or the formation of the Geneva Conventions, although the uncertainty and stumbling of the Elders at this point (in order to allow significant player contribution) raises related questions about the competence and seriousness of the Sabbat founders (as does the later annihilation of the monastery, unless such an event served a broader, planned purpose).
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