• Top 10 iPad apps for better iPad experience (including a preview of a cool tool – TuneIn Radio Pro)

    Posted on February 22nd, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Well, the long anticipated iPad 3 (or may be named as iPad 2S) might probably be going to release on March 7th, according to most of rumors. The next generation of iPad is said to configure updated hardware to produce better user experience, like the full HD 2048*1536 screen resolution which absolutely provides full HD effect for you to watch HD movies on iPad 3, rumored A6 processor to provide even smoother device processing ability, full HD video games, 4G LTE network connectivity, etc. All these features make the next iPad an amazing handset worthy of waiting and buying.

    Along with the approaching of iPad 3, you may want to get some applications to better your iPad experience on either your iPad, iPad 2 or iPad 3 tablet. And thanks to the ZDNet writer James Kendrick, we could now have a Top 10 iPad Apps list for your reference to add to your plan for bettering your iPad experience. Also, he added a quite cool tool to his Top 10 iPad Apps list to make this list even more perfect. The following picture shows you the whole 10 Apps for iPads and the additional tool.

    Top 10 iPad apps

    Source: http://www.zdnet.com/photos/top-10-ipad-apps-plus-a-sneak-preview-of-a-cool-app/6345927?seq=3&tag=photo-frame;get-photo-roto

    These apps would make your iPad more enjoyable and better your experience with iPad. If you have any questions about these apps, you can go to the source page where various discussions have been promoted and you can thus get what you want there.

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  • Top 10 great tools to help you create and/or improve your own websites

    Posted on February 20th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    No matter you are going to make online marketing, or just simply show your own words online to the world out there, it is very important for you to create a website that could attract visitors worldwide. For this, you need to create an excellent website and improve your websites with various useful tools available online, just like the most commonly mentioned Search Engine Optimization (SEO) skills and tools. With the purpose to help you create and/or improve your own websites, today I have collected some Top 10 great websites optimization tools for sharing with you. These website optimization tools would help your websites reach a new height and thus bring more profit for you. Hope these tools would help you making your websites more valuable.

    website optimization

    These tools were collected from a post, namely “Create or Improve Your Own Websites Using These Great Tools”, written by a PCWorld blogger Erez Zukerman. The following content includes what the writer suggests to you in creating and/or improving your own websites.

    More than ever before, it is easy to create content online and get your message out into the world. Many tools let you create beautiful websites, both personal and business-oriented, without writing a single line of code. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned Web developer, here are some of the best tools and services available for putting your content online today.

    Hiidef Flavors.MeHiidef Flavors.me
    Flavors.me lets you easily and visually create a slick personal homepage with social content. Flavors.me provides elegant, easy-to-customize personal homepages, created using content from other services around the web. Your Flavors site is a gathering place for the content you’ve created, including blogs, videos, photos and more. In less than five minutes, you can pipe all of your social services — like Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr and Vimeo — into one beautiful site, and go wild tweaking layouts, color palettes and more to your liking. It’s the perfect way to create a cohesive online identity for yourself, your band, your brand and more.

    ShopifyJaded Pixel Technologies Inc. Shopify
    Shopify takes you step-by-step through setting up your very own online store, including credit card processing, inventory management, and more. An online store is a complex thing; developing one from scratch can take months of hard work. Yet in the final analysis, most stores are very much alike. Shopify ($29 plus percentage per month and up, 30-day free trial) lets you create your own store with a minimum of fuss and hassle, and with lots of customizable options.

    WeeblyWeebly, Inc. Weebly
    Weebly offers a powerful drag-and-drop platform for quickly developing websites. The idea of drag-and-drop Web design is not a new one. Microsoft FrontPage used to take up a major part of this niche, but that was years ago (Microsoft stopped bundling it with Office in 2003). With the growing transition to Web-based applications, it would only make sense that this sort of work would also be done in a browser, and that where you’ll find Weebly.

    WordPress.comAutomattic Inc. WordPress.com
    WordPress.com gets you quickly up and running with a free WordPress-based blog, so you can just focus on the content. Today, it’s easier to do than ever before to let your voice be heard. Social networks engage us in conversations with people we already know, but public blogging services like WordPress.com (free, with optional for-pay extras) let us carve out a niche for ourselves where others can benefit from our knowledge and perspective–even if we’ve never spoken to them before.

    LubithLubith.com Lubith
    Lubith is a service aimed at people who want to create their own customized WordPress theme, rather than use a premade one. What’s nice about Lubith is that it doesn’t require any sort of coding skills or CSS knowledge; all you need to do is drag and drop things, pick colors, set a few fonts if you like, and you’re done–Lubith generates a valid WordPress theme for your website. It’s available in a free version and in an $87 one-year subscription.

    PixoPoint WP PaintBrushPixoPoint WP PaintBrush
    WP PaintBrush is an astonishingly flexible free WordPress theme, letting you mold your blog whichever way you want. WordPress.org currently offers over 1,400 themes, and premium theme sites such as WooThemes offer very polished themes for a reasonable fee (usually around $35). Many of these themes come with customization options, but I have yet to see one that is quite as customizable as WP PaintBrush.

    Extensoft, Inc. ArtisteerExtensoft, Inc. Artisteer
    Artisteer makes it very easy to design custom, beautiful themes for WordPress and other systems. Artisteer ($50 Home & Academic Edition, $130 Standard Edition; free demo of each) takes the concept of point-and-click Web design and runs with it, letting you create and customize unique WordPress themes without writing a single line of code. It can also export Blogger, Drupal, and Joomla themes, as well as raw HTML templates.

    Bram Moolenaar vimBram Moolenaar vim
    Rapidly edit text files with this Windows-compatible port of the classic *nix editing tool. Vim is a Windows (and many other platform) implementation of the classic *nix text editor, vi. “Vim” is short for “Vi, Improved”, and while it has features vi lacked (such as scripting, file merge, and a GUI shell), the heart of it is vi.

    Firebug Working Group FirebugFirebug Working Group Firebug
    Whether you’re a Web designer or a JavaScript programmer, Firebug provides invaluable tools for debugging websites. Firebug is a free add-on for Firefox that can answer that question very quickly and in great detail. With over 1.6 million users and a five-star review average from 1,144 user reviews, Firebug 1.8.4 is a must-have Web development utility, especially when you consider the price tag (free).

    Chris Pederick Web DeveloperChris Pederick Web Developer
    Web Developer is a free Firefox add-on that offers a plethora of tools for debugging websites and tweaking browser behavior. Modern Web browsers are designed to provide the fastest browsing experience possible for users. They use technologies such as caching (saving parts of the page locally for future visits) that are great for end users, but can be major annoyances when developing websites.

    Source: http://www.pcworld.com/reviews/collection/10846/Websites%20Tools.html

    Find these tools useful? you can try to use these and improve your own websites as you like. Stay tuned. We would like to provide more excellent tools and top suggestions for you.

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  • See what people think about Apple and the March 7th iPad 3 release event

    Posted on February 15th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The release date of Apple iPad 3 has now been confirmed to be the first week of March, more exactly iPad 3 to be released on March 7th. The new iPad 3 is said to feature quite high-end configurations, including: 9.7 inch full HD Retina screen display with 2048*1536 screen resolution for producing excellent video experience to play HD Blu-ray movies on iPad 3, 4G LTE network connection support, rumored A6 processor, larger memory storage than iPad 2, full HD games, etc. All these specs have been great concern from people worldwide, especially die-hard Apple fans. But for some people, Apple and Apple iPad might seem to be negative in their minds. They would think Apple and iPad stand evil. The ZDNet writer James Kendrick wrote a tongue-in-cheek post on ZDNet blog, namely “Don’t be evil, Apple, just sit on the iPad 3”, which has attracted great attention and triggered a hot discussion online towards Apple and Apple iPad. I have quoted the full post bellow to make it convenient for you to read the whole post. What do you think of Apple and the iPad 3? Let us know your opinion in the comment part.

    Summary: A tongue-in-cheek look at what the iPad 3 will do to Apple’s evil reputation.

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that Apple is getting the next generation iPad ready to release to the masses. There are noJoke no iPad 3shortage of rumors what we might expect the iPad 3 to contain, I’ve added my own to the mix. One thing we know for certain about the next iPad, the launch will trigger a sales boom for Apple as these things usually do. Since Apple certainly doesn’t want to be considered evil, perhaps it would be only fair to hold off on the next iPad, at least for a while.

    Let’s face it, the current iPad is selling like hotcakes, so a refreshed model is not required to continue Apple’s dominance in the tablet space. Triggering a sales spike over already dominant sales numbers by releasing the iPad 3 would only be rubbing it into the face of competing tablet makers. Given your desire to be a good neighbor I’m sure you don’t want to make all those other companies feel bad. People would end up getting fired, and you don’t want that on your heads.

    It’s not like you need more profits, Apple, you’ve already got more money than most countries. Profits indicate greed, and you don’t want to be known as the evil, greedy company. It’s not like you don’t have enough money. Heck, you’ve got enough to give free textbooks for every student in the U. S. if you wanted. You’ve recently convinced us how much you want to help the nation’s kids so giving them textbooks instead of charging for them as indicated would be a very non-evil thing to do. You’d still have more money than God left over.

    You can make the argument that a new iPad would really take it to the Android folks, and we know how much you hate them. That may be, but it would also derail the big Windows 8 effort at Microsoft. I know you wouldn’t want to do that, given the history of Microsoft stepping in at Apple’s darkest hour years ago and putting money on the line to keep you in business. That has to make Microsoft dear to you, and tanking the Windows 8 tablet effort before it even gets started would fly in the face of your close relationship.

    So just sit on the new iPad, Apple, and keep the status quo. You’ll continue to make more money than all the other companies combined, and have that new iPad in your pocket for whenever you need it. The competition still won’t be able to give you a run for the money, and you’ll have fun watching them try. Don’t be evil, Apple.

    Source: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/mobile-news/dont-be-evil-apple-just-sit-on-the-ipad-3/6813?tag=nl.e589

    Well, what’s your opinion towards Apple and Apple iPad? And how do you think of this post? Many people have added their comments to this post to show their attitude about the Apple iPad 3 event online. Remember to write your thought in the comment part.

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  • Mobile CRM apps and services for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phones and Blackberry devices to be roll out in Q2 from Microsoft

    Posted on February 7th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Microsoft announced on Monday that it will embrace rival mobile platforms and browsers with a planned second-quarter service update of its Microsoft Dynamics CRM application, including iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phones and Blackberry devices. “In today’s hyperconnected world, customers need to be able to access their business-critical data on the device of their choice,” said Dennis Michalis, general manager, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, in a statement. The Dynamics CRM service update will include a new cloud-based mobile CRM service called Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobile. Check the bellow words from ZDNet writer Mary Jo Foley to get a more detailed acquaintance about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM event.

    Summary: Microsoft will deliver mobile versions of its Dynamics CRM app and service for iPad, iPhone, Android phone, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 in the second quarter of 2012.

    Some time between April and May of this year, Microsoft will roll out Dynamics CRM mobile clients and service simultaneously for the iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry devices.

    The coming mobile components — something some Windows Phone users have been asking about for years — will be part of the Dynamics CRM Q2 2012 service update, Microsoft officials said on February 6. (February 6 is the day when Microsoft is releasing its preview guide for its next update, which Microsoft has committed to provide 60 to 90 days before a new update is available to on-premises and online users.)

    All of the new mobile CRM releases will be ready at the same time and downloadable from their respective marketplaces on the same day, said Craig Dewar, Director of Product Management for Dynamics CRM.

    Here’s a Microsoft-supplied screen shot of what the Dynamics CRM app on the iPad will look like:

    CRM iPad DynamicsThe coming Dynamics CRM mobile clients/service starts at $30 per user, per month and supports the use of up to three devices per user. While this sounds pricey compared to the going rate for Office 365 and its component parts, it looks like it undercuts Salesforce’s comparable mobile-client offering, which starts at $65 per user per month. (Salesforce also has a free Mobile Lite CRM client with limited capabilities and connectivity, as does Microsoft, which still offers Mobile Express for Dynamics CRM.)

    In addition to adding mobile support to its platform, Microsoft also is stepping up its cross-browser support for Dynamics CRM users. With the Q2 update, users will have a choice of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari running on PCs, Macs and iPads. Here’s a chart showing which versions will be supported on which platforms:

    Browser support Dynamics CRMThe Q2 update also will add more social capabilities, making Microsoft’s social CRM components look and feel even more like Facebook- and/or Salesforce Chatter. Users will have the ability to like/unlike status updates on their Activity Feeds and get improved filtering capabilities.

    Users of the on-premises version of the Q2 update also will have access to new Microsoft Excel Workbooks with pre-defined PowerPivot models and Power View Report templates to help them perform quick analyses in areas like product sales, customer demographics and sales pipelines. (Power View, a k a “Project Crescent,” is a new self-service business-intelligence feature in SQL Server 2012, which is due to launch on March 7.) Microsoft plans to add support for these enterprise capbilities to Dynamics CRM, too, at some point in the future, officials said.

    Microsoft officials said last year that the company planned to deliver quarterly updates (two major/two minor) to both its on-premises Dynamics CRM product and its hosted CRM Online one.

    The Dynamics CRM unit isn’t the only Microsoft division that is upping its cross-platform support.

    Microsoft already offers OneNote for the iPhone and iPad; a SkyDrive cloud-storage app for iPhone; a Lync client for Android; a Lync client for iPhone and Hotmail for Android. Company officials said late last year to expect even more mobile cross-platform app support from Microsoft in 2012, especially on Android devices.

    Source: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/microsoft-to-deliver-crm-apps-for-ipad-iphone-android-windows-phone-in-q2/11822?tag=nl.e550

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  • The most unbelievable rumors said that iPad 3 out in March and iPad 4 in October in 2012

    Posted on January 13th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    After the iPhone 4S came to market, now people around the world who pay close attention to Apple now come to focus on the next generation of iPad, not only Apple fans, but also competitors of Apple as well. Now, there have been so many rumors and guess work done online about the specifications and release date about the much anticipated Apple tablets, while the thing being most focused is about the tablet screen display. Most rumors and guess work predicated that the iPad 3 would configure a Retina display (2048×1536, double the resolution of the first two iPads), which will absolutely deliver better digital experience for users to watch HD videos on iPad or play HD Blu-ray on iPad for unlimited movie enjoyment. However, do you know that there even were rumors about the iPad 4 in 2012? Well, the Geek writer Will Shanklin has written a post about the next generation of iPad and the generation of iPad after the next iPad. Check freely what he said or rumored bellow:

    Retina iPad 3

    Now that the holidays are over, it’s time for everyone to shift their focus onto the next big thing: the iPad 3. In the last week, we’ve already heard a (probably false) rumor that two new iPads will be launching in January, and another that has an iPad with upgraded cameras launching in March. Now we have yet another report: that a Retina display iPad 3 will launch in March, with an upgraded iPad 4 (or iPad 3 Pro?) launching in October.

    The rumor — to be taken with many grains of salt — says that the iPad 3 will sport a Retina display (2048×1536, double the resolution of the first two iPads) and an extended battery. It also, however, says that other upgrades won’t be as exciting as many are expecting. What does that last part mean? It could mean that it won’t get an A6 processor (harder to believe than the other details), or that the form-factor won’t be much different from that of the iPad 2.

    According to the report, the October iPad will be the one to truly behold. It says that the real battle for market share will take place among 2012′s second iPad, Windows 8 tablets, and Intel’s Clover Trail-W platform. The description of the alleged iPad 4 is vague: it iPad Windows 8 tabmerely says that it will have “much upgraded hardware specifications” and “integrated applications” (Siri, perhaps?).

    Would Apple release two iPads in one year? It’s possible, but keep in mind that the same trade publication that ran this rumor also predicted a second iPad in 2011. That obviously didn’t happen. It sounds more likely in 2012, as there is expected to be tighter competition (from Windows 8, a Google tablet, and perhaps a larger Kindle Fire) than there was in 2011.

    Yes, we’re getting into the season where iPad rumors fly in from all angles, with no indication of what’s plausible and what isn’t. Within the next month or two, it will build to a feverish pitch that will take us all back to last summer; that was when iPhone 5 rumors covered the entire gamut of possibilities. Prepare for exhaustion.

    Source from: http://www.geek.com/articles/mobile/ipad-3-in-march-ipad-4-in-october-according-to-rumor-2012016/

    How do you think about the above rumors about iPad 3 and iPad 4? And what are your anticipations towards the next Apple iPads? Feel free to share with us your ideas in the comment part.

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  • CES 2012 – Several big themes to focus on in the following days in Las Vegas

    Posted on January 11th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The International Consumer Electronics Show (short as CES) is a major technology-related trade show held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Not open to the public, the Consumer Electronics Association-sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. The CES 2012 exhibition, started today, will last from Tuesday, January 10 to Friday, January 13. Microsoft released an official statement saying that CES 2012 will be Microsoft’s last appearance at the event.

    CES 2012

    The ZDNet Blog writer has written a post on the themes of CES 2012, which focuses on the products that may appear in this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Check the following information to get to know the detailed content.

    Summary: CES 2012 is upon us, and it’s time to get ready for a whole new year in gadgetry and other tech goodness.

    The world’s largest tech trade show is just about to get underway, and even though there will be thousands upon thousands of products on display, many of them can be narrowed down and traced by a few major themes.

    Yes, I’m talking about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The scale of the show gets bigger each year, and there is just so much going on that it can becoming daunting (if not impossible) to stay focused and sift through everything.

    Last year, many of the world’s biggest companies tended to focus on trends such as the Internet-connected living room (meaning, an ecosystem of home entertainment within a single brand), the dawn of 4G-enabled smartphones, and just about anything to do with 3D.

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    We’ll likely see continuations of these themes next week, but here are some of the bigger themes to watch out more for this year:

    TABLETS: We saw a bunch of these last year, but really none of the tablets that debuted at CES last year really made a dent in the market. The iPad 2 and the Kindle Fire, neither of which had even been announced prior or around CES 2011, were the real money-makers last year.

    So why should we even care about tablets at CES 2012? Well, the technology for tablets (and smartphones, for that matter) has improved significantly, and one can only hope that manufacturers have learned a few lessons in the last year. Furthermore, with the debut of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) later in 2011, there’s definitely room for more potential.

    ULTRABOOKS: Poised to replace netbooks and compete heavily with tablets and other laptops in the same size range, 2012 could be the year of the Ultrabook. Intel has already boasted a bunch that there are 60 Ultrabook designs with OEM partners set to roll out this year. Thus, you can expect everyone at CES to be promoting their own Ultrabook. It remains to be seen which ones will come out ahead — if any at all if these new laptops can overcome some hurdles.

    WINDOWS 8: Supposedly, some Ultrabooks are supposed to be running on this operating system, so we should see more about its launch soon. That could be as soon as next week as Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is lined up (once again) to give the main keynote address. Besides Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 itself is one of the only other big-ticket items that most consumers will likely be concerned with in 2012.  If not, expect him to talk about Kinect for another hour.

    GREEN: Even though it seems like old news at this point, the eco-friendly trend is never going to go away and will likely always have a growing presence at CES and similar trade shows. In a way, that’s a good thing. While the upfront costs are still rather expensive for most products that tout this facet, green technology has the potential to save a lot of money in the long run, and the more that developers keep this in mind, those upfront costs will eventually drop.

    What not to look for? Apple or Google. These two prefer to host their own events — Apple doesn’t even exhibit at Macworld anymore, and there is Google I/O later in springtime.

    And if you’re a Microsoft fan, enjoy them at the show while you can as they’ll be gone by 2013.

    Be sure to check out CES 2012 news hub as we’ll have full coverage and special reports live from the show floor in Las Vegas next week!

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/ces-2012-the-big-themes-to-look-for-next-week/66255?tag=nl.e539

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  • Six tablets that come to premature end and never appear in market

    Posted on January 10th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The year just past by has witnessed a fast and strong growth in tablets industry. Various popular and powerful tablets emerged in the market to meet users’ needs, like the Amazon Kindle Fire, Motorola Droid Xyboard, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, HTC EVO View 4G, etc. all of which are the result of high tech and provides users excellent user experience. In fact, these tablets are just partial of tablets that various tablets makers put into market in the end. There are also a lot of tablets which come to a premature end and never appear in the market, which means these tablets are dead before being put into market. A ZDNet Author has made a collection about these premature ended tablets for us. The following 6 tablets all belong to this kind of tablets. Check the following original content to get to know more insight about tablet market.

    Sony Tablet P

    Sony Tablet PWhen Sony announced its entry into the Android tablet game in August 2011, it showed off two devices. One was the Sony Tablet S, which made it to market a few months later. The other was the Sony Tablet P (then known as the Tablet S2), a unique folding tablet planned to be released by AT&T in time for the holidays. It didn’t.

    Dell tablet of Android version

    Android version 10 inch Dell tabletTo Dell’s credit, the company was one of the first major players to challenge the Apple iPad with the Android-based Streak tablet. So when it announced its plan to deliver a 10-inch Android tablet tablet for 2011, we had every reason to believe the company. Well, it produced a 10-inch Windows 7 tablet, but an Android version never made it out the door. Maybe the cardboard mock-up company reps showed off during the announcement event (shown here) should have tipped us off.

    Lenovo tablet

    Lenovo tabletLenovo first showed off its IdeaPad U1 concept at CES of 2010, and its hybrid concept turned a lot of heads. The device worked as a Windows notebook when docked, but its detachable screen acted as an Android tablet when used separately. It missed its 2010 release, but popped up again at CES 2011. Who knows? Maybe we’ll see it again at CES 2012.

    Kno tablet

    Kno tabletUnlike most of the tablets on this list, the Kno tablet wasn’t geared for consumers. Its dual-screen design was made specifically to address the need for a full-size, full color replacement for large textbooks. Unfortunately, it never happened. In April 2011, the company decided to change direction and abandon hardware creation to focus specifically on software development.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4G

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 4GDuring CES 2011, Samsung announced plans to release a 4G version of the 7-inch Galaxy Tab Android tablet for Verizon. Though Samsung went on to make many new versions to its Galaxy Tab line in 2011, a 4G version of this original Galaxy Tab never materialized.

    BlackBerry Playbook 4G for Sprint

    BlackBerry Playbook 4GWhen RIM unveiled its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, the company publicly announced its intention to release a 4G version of the device for Sprint. In August, Sprint nixed the idea. For more products we never saw in 2011, check out CNET’s Top 5 vaporware from CES 2011.

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/photos/tablets-that-never-happened-photos/6335942?tag=photo-frame;get-photo-roto

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  • Christmas Gift Ideas – Top 5 Christmas Gifts Costing only $5 from Fiverr

    Posted on December 21st, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Christmas is just around the corner and people are all busy preparing for it. As an important Christmas content, Christmas gifts selection always become a difficult problem for all of us. Have you been ready to gifting your Christmas gifts and wishes to your friends and family members? Or what do you plan to gift if you still have no idea on what to gift? Well, thanks to Stephen Chapman, we could get some free suggestions on Christmas gifts ideas via a really low cost, only $5 for each choice. You can get your Christmas gifts ready for your friends within just a very short time with low cost. Check the bellow content to get to know what the Christmas gift ideas are.

    Summary: What would you do for $5? With Fiverr, you can get people to do some pretty amazing/insane things for you, so why not a unique Christmas gift? Check out what I had some people do for me!

    My friends, I’d like to direct you to one of my absolute favorite sites on the Internet: Fiverr

    Long story short, Fiverr is a site where you pay people just $5 to do some pretty outstanding/hilarious/outrageous/*insert emphatic word here* things for you, no catch. And right now, they have Christmas specials going on that you can take advantage of. It’s seriously one of my favorite sites on the whole of the Internet, and you will see why shortly.

    A few months ago, I allocated $50 to spend across 10 different people (that’s $5 a person) who had Fiverr gigs I was interested in. For all of them, I went with a common theme of my name and/or my search ninja series here on ZDNet (see part 1 and part 2, if you’re interested). From all of them, what follows are my top-5 favorites with brief explanations for each. Let them serve as small examples of what you can get people on Fiverr to do for you! The turnaround time for each of these was no more than 48 hours:

    1 – Over-the-top testimonial: This is arguably my favorite of the bunch. For $5, this guy would create an over-the-top testimonial for you. I told him I wanted him to use my name along with “search ninja,” but to go to town doing whatever he wanted for the skit. This is what he came up with:

    2 – Name on cappuccino froth: For $5, this kind lady would write your name or a very short message atop the froth of a cappuccino. Photoshop, you say? Not so! She takes multiple-angle images for you and will even add more of your message in a newspaper crossword puzzle beneath your cappuccino if you so desire! If you have a cappuccino or coffee lover, they might just love something like this to frame or use for their Twitter avatar!

    Stephen Chapman Cappuccino3 – Banana suit testimonial: For $5, this girl would say whatever you wanted her to say in a banana suit! Totally ridiculous, but when you think about it, you’re getting someone to record themselves saying whatever you want them to say. In a banana suit. How awesome is that!? And for only $5? Sold!

    4 – Search ninja caricature: For this $5 Fiverr gig, the girl would create a caricature based on specifications/images you provide. All I wanted was something that looked like me in a Ninjutsu gi with Google’s ‘G’ in my hand and my name along with “search ninja” written above/below. This is what she came up with:

    Stephen Chapman Search Ninja5 – Radio voice testimonial: For my final Fiverr gig, this guy with over 20 years of radio experience offered to read and record a script you provide. As such, I quickly came up with a radio-like testimonial for him to read. This is the final result:

    To close, I have to say that my absolute FAVORITE Fiverr gig is one that’s chock-full of NSFW language. Think George Carlin. This wonderfully kind lady, who does a wide array of skits, agreed to perform a skit where she acts like someone who gets miffed at me because I contacted her about sensitive documents on her site that were indexed in Google, and then creates a YouTube-like complaint video cussing me out as though I maliciously hacked her Web site. It’s not appropriate to post here and I don’t want to put it on YouTube without first creating an intro message explaining that it’s not real, but I mention it simply because it’s just one more example of the random things you can get people to do for you on Fiverr.

    So, what are you waiting for? I mean, you’d be extremely hard-pressed to beat the sheer satisfaction derived from a $5 Fiverr Gig, so head on over now and start checking out some of the things people are willing to do for YOU! And by all means, feel free to chime in via the comment section below to share your Fiverr experiences, favorite gigs, etc.

    To note, I planned on doing a more comprehensive article about Fiverr in January (including how the people who do these gigs make next to nothing), but the love of my life called me up tonight (at the time of this writing, it’s approximately 8:45 PM on 12/19/2011) and said, “Hey, have you written that Fiverr article yet? If not, you should do one about it being a perfect last-minute gift idea for the person who already has everything they want!” Yes, dear.

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/seo/the-perfect-last-minute-christmas-gift-for-just-5-dollars/4420?tag=nl.e539

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