Wednesday, 22 February 2012

How to get more facebook fans

Facebook fans, are the absolute best way to reach your target audience and interact with your audience on a more personal level. It is a must that every business has Facebook fans on their Facebook page. This will boost their long term source of traffic, and give them a constant flow of visitors.

Some businesses struggle to get Facebook fans, so there are some services that allow people to buy Facebook fans. I cannot stress how important it is for a business to have Facebook fans for their page.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

How to sell your book on iTunes

With the release of the Apple iPad, Apple hopes to accomplish with regard to books what the iPod does for music. In helping stock the iBook store with an abundance of titles, Apple offers an opportunity for you to sell your book on their store. The bottom line is you get to keep 70% of whatever you decide to charge! You set the price without having the hassle of an agent or book publisher.

In order to put your book into the iBook store, you must meet these minimum requirements

• iTunes Account with working and valid credit card
• Be able to deliver the book in ePub format
• Have an ISBN number for your book
• The Book you write must pass EpubCheck 1.5
• Valid US Tax ID
• Intel based Mac running OS 10.5 or newer

If you don't know how to get an ISBN number, there are firms that specialize in this service. Apple suggests you use an Apple approved firm that have can provide you with all the services you need. These firms are known as aggregators and do have a financial arrangement with Apple.

Here's a partial list of Apple-approved aggregators for the iBook store:


Some services charge an upfront fee such as a flat fee for each year is in their store, with an additional fee to register your ISBN number. These fees range from $19-49. Other aggregators take a percentage of the profits. It's up to you to choose what model you want to use. Of course, you could bypass the aggregators and do it yourself to lower the cost of getting your book online.

You can apply here to get your book registered on Apple.

John Noel has been a Apple user and technology expert for over a decade. He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley holding a Masters in Computer Science. Come visit his website at which helps people publish their books on sell book on iTunes as well as the latest Apple products and apps reviews.

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Get Your Music On iTunes In 3 Easy Steps

Getting your music heard by millions of fans is no longer as difficult as it used to be. Selling your music through major online retailers like iTunes and Amazon can be done with a few simple mouse clicks. We're talking international distribution in a to millions of potential buyers in a matter of days. Sound like something your band would be interested in?

1. Copyright Your Music

Before you can begin legally selling your music through online stores like iTunes or Amazon, you need to get your music copyrighted. Luckily, this isn't as tedious as it used to be. You used to have to mail the U.S. Copyright a physical copy of your CD and wait weeks to receive your official documents. Now, the entire process of copyrighting an album can be done online through the website of the U.S. Copyright Office. Registering for your copyright only takes about an hour and a debit card or PayPal account to complete.

2. Design Your Album Artwork

Don't be the band that has horrible album art. If you're going to invest your bands time and hard-earned money creating a musical masterpiece and getting all of your songs professionally recorded, you don't want the artwork that's on the cover of your album to represent your band and your musical talent in a way that doesn't show professionalism. Believe it or not, some people look at the cover art of an album and judge the entire album based on what you have plastered on the front of your CD case. If you're serious about selling your music, spend the extra money required to get your album looking professional and worthy of representing your awesome band.

3. Sign Up With a Distribution Service

Once you have your music copyrighted and your album and CD artwork completed, you're ready to take your music career to the big leagues. Head on over to an online distribution company like TuneCore or CD Baby and sign up for a band account. Once you've signed up and confirmed your email address, login to the website, create a new order and start uploading the tracks from your album on to their website. Upload the professional album artwork after you're done uploading your tracks and then you're good to go. Before you complete your order you'll be able to pick which online stores your album will be available through. After completing your order, you'll receive an order confirmation in your email and your musical masterpiece will be available for purchase through the stores you selected within a few days.

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Friday, 25 November 2011

How to get a free iTunes account without a credit card.

How To Get A Free iTunes Account Without a credit card.

1. The first step is to open up itunes and then go to the
app store (You don't have to have an ipod touch/iphone).

2. The next thing to do is pick any free application of your choice, i recommend selecting one
from the best apps column on the right.

3.  What you need to now is click on 'GET APP' to download it.

4.  To download the app itunes will prompt you to log in, choose the create account option
like the picture below.

Now listen carefully.
When you get to payment page select the payment option as 'none'.
Then fill out the page, and make sure you select 'none' as the payment option.

You Have Now Successfully Made Your Account!
Also if you want you can delete the app or keep it
its totally up to you.
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