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Best Google Ads Placement for Blogs

The whole Internet is now filled with Blogs filled with millions of articles every day. The best of blogging is that you can start the task after a few hours of understanding the concept and its very easy. You need to have the basic skills to understand how to frame a article, how to publish […]


How to Make Money from Open Source Especially for PHP Programmers

As open sources are getting popular day by day, many have question how to make money from those. So which open source we can adopt so we can utilize it to make money? You can make money from any open source if you are working in PHP. If anyone wants a shopping cart, there are […]

How to Increase Adsense Income

Google Adsense is the most easy way to generate ad revenue from your blog. But if it should be well utilized and manged. Here are some tips How to Increase Adsense Income: Mentioned here are the simple ways to increase your Adsense Revenue: 1. Place banner on top Always remember that the first impressions is […]

Why Font Matters

The font of your text says a lot more than you might think. In addition to being a creative way to present your text, various fonts convey various attitudes and ideas. For example, Times New Roman, the most popular font in the US and the preferred font to be printed books and magazines, is called […]

Best Google Ads Placement for Blogs

The whole Internet is now filled with Blogs filled with millions of articles every day. The best of blogging is that you can start the task after a few hours of understanding the concept and its very easy. You need to have the basic skills to understand how to frame a article, how to publish […]

Export Data to CSV Using PHP

It is many time we need to export table data to CSV in our most of applications. There is a simple code to export data to CSV using PHP Code: if($_GET[‘action’] == ‘export’) { $titlearr = array(“Heading 1″,”Heading 2″,”Heading 3″,”Heading 3″,”Heading 4″); $q = mysql_query(“select field1, field2, field3. field4 from where table”); $columns = count($titlearr); […]