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Withdraw Paypal In Indonesia

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Updates

You can download my ebook “Withdraw PayPal Indonesia” for FREE. Please view my post: E-book Withdraw PayPal Indonesia for the detail. Have a great day!

Withdraw PayPal is taking your money back from your PayPal account. As PayPal user, you can add fund or receive money from another PayPal user. Therefore when you need to take your money from PayPal, this process called withdraw.

This October is a great starting month for us as Indonesian with PayPal. We can create PayPal account 😉 But we still have a “little” problem. We are not lucky enough because we can not withdraw out money from PayPal.

PayPal accounts opened in this country or region currently cannot withdraw funds. We regret any inconvenience this may cause you.

We are continually expanding our global network to give valued users like you greater access to the wide range of PayPal options.

Even we can request or receive money from another PayPal user.

As a PayPal Send Only account holder, you are not permitted to receive funds from other PayPal account holders.

PayPal is constantly working to expand and improve services for our customers. We hope that we can enable you to use more of our award-winning services in the future.

Our PayPal account only to send money or buy something. Sound sad 🙁 But never mind, Better yet than never. Hopefully our PayPal account get more privileges from PayPal 😉

Solution

I just received an e-book from my friend about how to withdraw paypal in Indonesia. Here is my review about this e-book.

Summary of table of content (not at all):

  • What is Paypal?
  • Several plans to create Paypal account
  • How to create Clickbank account?
  • Alternative to credit card
  • Alternative e-commerce solutions
  • and many more…

You can find how to make PayPal really works for you as Indonesian like me. You can view my testimonial about this ebook on indopalsecrets.com.

Do you want to get this ebook for free? Of course I want to share it for free, but I can’t. I have promised to my friend not to distribute this ebook for free. Perhaps you can contact him to give you for free or you can buy this ebook from indopalsecrets.com. I think $17 not too expensive 😀

If you intend to make money online, then this is the ebook that you shouldn’t miss!!!

This is my personal review. Feel free to make your own decision and choice 😉

😀 Have a great day and gud lak!

Top 6 Download Manager for Ubuntu Edgy Eft

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Download Manager

A download manager is a computer program designed to download files from the Internet, unlike a web browser, which is mainly intended to browse web pages on the World Wide Web (with file downloading being of secondary importance). According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Download manager.

Download Manager Features:

  • Pausing the downloading of large files.
  • Resuming broken or paused downloads (especially for very large files).
  • Downloading files on poor connections.
  • Downloading several files from a site automatically according to simple rules (file types, updated files, etc. – see also Offline Browser).
  • Automatic recursive downloads (mirroring).
  • Scheduled downloads (including, automatic hang-up and shutdown).
  • Searching for mirror sites, and the handling of different connections to download the same file more quickly (Segmented downloading).

Download Manager for Ubuntu Edgy Eft

You can install these following packages that can be use as download manager for Ubuntu Edgy Eft.

Wget

Wget is a network utility to retrieve files from the Web using http(s) and ftp, the two most widely used Internet protocols. It works non-interactively, so it will work in the background, after having logged off. The program supports recursive retrieval of web-authoring pages as well as ftp sites — you can use wget to make mirrors of archives and home pages or to travel the Web like a WWW robot.

Wget works particularly well with slow or unstable connections by continuing to retrieve a document until the document is fully downloaded. Re-getting files from where it left off works on servers (both http and ftp) that support it. Both http and ftp retrievals can be time stamped, so wget can see if the remote file has changed since the last retrieval and automatically retrieve the new version if it has.

Wget supports proxy servers; this can lighten the network load, speed up retrieval, and provide access behind firewalls.

Wget is a default download manager for Ubuntu Edgy Eft. Therefore you do not need to install it again 😀

Aria

Aria is a download manager. The transfer can be paused, resumed, queued and saved. It has a very user friendly GTK based GUI, and useful log consoles. Program supports CRC checking, HTTP proxy server, cut-and-paste, drag-and-drop, and can define specific file retrieving procedure for particular web servers.

sudo apt-get install aria

Curl

Curl is a client to get files from servers using any of the supported protocols. The command is designed to work without user interaction or any kind of interactivity.

Curl offers a busload of useful tricks like proxy support, user authentication, ftp upload, HTTP post, file transfer resume and more.

sudo apt-get install curl

Downloader for X

Downloader for X is a powerful graphical download manager. It supports both HTTP(S) and FTP protocols and has nice graphical user interface, though some actions can also be performed using the command line.

Among others, its key features include proxy and SOCKS5 support, recursive downloading, wildcard matching, download scheduler, multiple download queues and more…

sudo apt-get install d4x

Gwget

Gwget offers a GNOME front-end to the popular wget application, with enhanced features, such as systray icon, multiple downloads and a powerful preferences manager.

sudo apt-get install gwget

KDE KGET

KGET is a a download manager similar to GetRight or Go!zilla. It keeps all your downloads in one dialog and you can add and remove transfers. Transfers can be paused, resumed, queued or scheduled. Dialogs display info about status of transfers – progress, size, speed and remaining time. Program supports drag & drop from KDE applications and Netscape.

sudo apt-get install kget

This package is part of KDE, as a component of the KDE network module. Therefore you need to install another KDE packages to run KGET on your Ubuntu Edgy Eft.

Firefox Support

Firefox is a default web browser for Ubuntu Edgy Eft. Thanks God it’s Firefox 2.0 😉 There are so many download extension for Firefox. FlashGot is a popular download extension for Firefox. But feel free to get your own choice 😀

Just my Two Cents

Usually I use KDE KGET + Flashgot for my Download Manager. This integration make my download activity become fun. Perhaps I will try GWGET for my next tool. GWGET have some interesting features, such as:

  • Resume: By default, gwget tries to continue any download.
  • Notification: Gwget tries to use the Gnome notification area support, if available. You can close the main window and gwget runs in the background.
  • Recursivity: Gwget detects when you put a html, php, asp or a web page dir in the url to download, and ask you to only download certain files (multimedia, only the index, and so on).
  • Drag & Drop: You can d&d a url to the main gwget window or the notification area icon to add a new download.
    Firefox Extension: Fireget

Happy download guys!

Blog Juice Calculator

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Blog Juice Calculator

Text Link Ads have created a new tool to measure the influence of your blog, the Blog Juice Calculator.

Blog Juice Calculator is a new measurements service that factors in information from Technorati Ranking (30%), Alexa Ranking (15%), Bloglines (40%), and incoming links from Technorati (15%) and comes up with a figure that you can use to represent your blog?s “juice”.

This morning when I checked my ranking was 3.8 points out of 10, so little “juice” for me. You can see my “juice” result here:

Blog Juice Calculator for supriyadisw dot net

This point motivates me to improve my blog structure and the popularity. My personal analysis for my “juice” result:

  • Bloglines (0): I should write more articles with good contents to make subscribers from Bloglines.
  • Alexa Ranking (92,035): I think it’s not a bad ranking 😉 because my Alexa Ranking in top 100,000.
  • Technorati Ranking (7,804): Not bad ranking. I got 13th ranking for Indonesian Blogger (http://www.hericz.net/peringkat/).
  • Links (1,529): I should to increase my incoming link to make a better “juice”.

My Two Cents

You can show your “juice” badge on your blog. But its show you a static image and will not update automatically when your “juice” change. Even you can show a fake “juice” badge on your blog. Please visit http://www.text-link-ads.com/blog_juice/badges/ and feel free to choose your own “juice” badge image just to make your blog look like have a great “juice” 😉 lol

My recent “juice” (Oct 19, 2006)

My Blog Juice

My fake “juice” (Oct 19, 2006)

My Blog Juice

New Revenue Source from Performancing

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Today, I got email from Performancing about a new program from them. Performancing introduces Performancing Publisher Partners, offering bloggers yet another revenue source.

You can use Partners ads with AdSense in the same page. Partners ads are not exclusive and are not a contextual product so do not conflict with the terms of some other systems. Sound great! 😉

The Partner payouts for referrals is an attractive feature because it generates residual income over time. Residual income really helps when trying to create income over time by decoupling the revenue stream from your action.

Revenue share and residual income

The main points of revenue share are:

  • You take 70% of advertising revenue your blog generates.
  • Performancing takes 30%
  • You take 5% of income generated by any publisher or advertiser you refer to us

There are two ways in which a price can be set for ads on your blog:

  • You let us do all the work and use “auto pricing”, which means we set the price based on niche CPM averages and continually, algorithmically tweak the price for best results,
  • you can set it yourself.

My two cents

Partner ads sound great and I should to try this. By placing the Partners code on my blog I open my blog to a wide variety of advertisers whilst being free to concentrate on what I do best: Blog… Just what they said 😀

Performancing Publisher Partners
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