Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Real visitors in cheapest price (5,000 for $1.75)

If you are a webmaster and you have a website, or a blogger who has blog, or what ever online thing you've got and want to get popular, but you don't get much visitors to your site or page.

You have tried free promoting tips, but that takes too much time and you think it's bit of hassle too. And you thinking of buying visitors but looking for cheap price. At the same time you are after real visitors not the fake bot visits.

So what can you do to solve this problem?

Well, that's the exact same thing I wanted for months, but finally I  got it. This is my own experience which I want to share with you, hopefully it helps you too. Even though this site is not that popular yet, but don't worry it is going there slowly slowly. With the help of my lovely visitors, who keep sharing, commenting and giving great ideas day by day. Thank you all for that. :)

Before I introduce the site to you, let me tell you about some sites which I've tried but it didn't work for me. Actually I didn't like it for some reason, and thought it's just waste of money.

First website which I didn't like was Linkcollider. I bought tokens on this site few times to get Facebook likes, Youtube subscribers, and some other stuffs. But I've lost most of the token in website views plus I think most of the views from bots anyway.

Then I've tried Trffboost, which was kind of ok because it was giving real human visits, but it was too costly. I bought 10,000 points for $10.00 and you can allocate down to 1 point for one visit. But imagine where some people are offering 50, 60 or even 100 points for one visit. Then who is going to visit your site for 1 point. OK, let's say you offering 10 points a visit which is not too low but it's not high either. So it will be 1,000 visits for $10.00, do you think this is worth it? I don't think so.

Ok, let's give 1 point for a visit just for sake of the argument (Will people visit your site or not? That's different matter). Still you'll get 1,000 visits for $1.00 but now I will tell you a site where you can get 5,000 visitors for just $1.75. And that site is called

It is so easy that you don't even need an account. Just put your website  link in the box and click buy now button and that's it. Within 48 hours you will start getting hits, and I'm sure (if your articles interested enough) you will keep getting few hits here and there after expiring the cash camel hits.

So enjoy the cheapest traffic on the net (as far as I know) and don't forget to comment below if you have any other option. Thanks :)

If you don't get hits after 48 hours then you might have to contact the admin. I had to do that many times which I didn't like at all. :(

Thursday, 24 September 2015

How to get embed code of Facebook video

If you want to embed a facebook video on your website, but you can't find the embed code or you don't know how to do it, then in this post I will show you how easily you can over come this problem.

OK, If you are watching the video on your timeline and you want to get the embed code then what you need to do is.

Click on menu then click on "More options".

 Click on the "Embed Video" and get the code.

How can you get the code if you are watching in theater mode?
Well, that is very easy too. First you need to delete "?type=2&theater" from end of the link in the address bar then hit the enter key.

Click on the "Embed Video" and get the code.

After clicking on "Embed Video" you will see a pop up page like the image below. Copy the code and paste it where ever you want on your page.

The last thing you might want to see the real Facebook video proof on this site. Well, I have embedded a Facebook video below as a proof that this tip works. Enjoy!!!

Monday, 21 September 2015

The super lucky saudi man

A Saudi man who was walking on the street and all of a sudden a huge glass panel / mirror fell from from a great height just inches from his head, but luckily he was ok.

If you have come here from then you might be wanting to go on this page

Some comments:

*If you observe the footage properly!? 
The man turned his head backwards to look at what was stuck to his sandal, which made him move a few inches, if didn't look at his sandal, the mirror would have come clean down and probably would have cut his head in two.*

* [Wonder what was going through his head as he walked away. lucky man.]
* [Seems that being hit by glass panels will make them walk back towards the direction they came from......0_0]

* [Holy cripes almighty that looked terrifying...I would have shit my pants,that man seemed like he didn't even get hurt,just picked up his turbin and went what the heck happened,did that fall from a crane or just fell off a building?]

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Stealing money from a blind person

A Youtube prankster made a video to see who's more honest in telling a blind guy that he has the winning ticket?

Surprisingly it seems like rich people are most likely to be greedy then poor people. I don't get this! why are they so greedy for? In my own real life I've seen so many greedy and stingy rich people, they try their best not to let a penny go away.
You might say, well, not all rich people are like that some of them are very nice aswel. Yes you are right and I agree with you, but most rich people are stingy and greedy that's why people think bad about all of them.

 Here are few comments let's see what people want to say.

Earl Duthler:
This quick experiment matches what I've seen in life.

Noran Haider:
Poverty is in morals not in wealth

Paul Patterson:
Not surprised at all, the poor give way more than the rich to charities in percentage of their wealth. Well know fact the rich are more greedy when it comes to money.

Philip Langley:
Not surprised at all. Here in Perth, any door knocking charity will confirm that they get way more money from poor suburbs than from the wealthy ones.

Hannah Marie:
I watched the clip...good on this guy for doing what he did. Absolutely disgusting human beings that lied and kept the ticket for themselves while others that have nothing are more honest! I mean really?! How low can you rich pricks go? Pretty damn low that's for sure!

Russell Charles Elliott:
Is anyone really surprised Those who have a lot always seem to want more Yet those who have nothing want to share Greed is such a vile characteristic but so common in the world in which we live.

More comments

Monday, 14 September 2015

Struggle of life (story of a disabled elderly man)

This is a story of an elderly man. In his early days, he was living with his wife and a son on a river bank happily. But he lost his house because of the river erosion, so he left the place and came to Dhaka (the capital of Bangladesh).

Luckily he got a new job and life was going quiet smoothly, but the luck didn't stay for too long. In a road accident he became disable and couldn't continue his job. After some time his only son left them (him and his wife) and gone abroad and didn't contact them at all.

His wife could not take this normally and passed away (died) after short period of time. So he became alone and helpless. He sold what ever he could and bought a wheel chair which he turned it into a shop and named it "struggle of life store". The shop is not just only for selling things, but it is his house aswel, he eats and sleeps in it too.

After watching his struggle one day a rickshaw driver (Luqman) asked if he (Luqman) could help him. At the first time he said no to Luqman, because he didn't want to be an extra pain for someone else.

But Luqman kept asking him to help him. One day he said ok but I want to talk to your wife first, because I want to know if she is happy with your decision or not. Luqman said ok that's fine, and  he took him to his house one day, then the man asked his wife about the decision of Luqman. She said I'm happy with it, no problem. So he said ok I'm happy to stay with you aswel and gave huge thanks to them!

At last the man found a kind son, a daughter in law and few grand kids to play with, even though it's (relationship of these people) not real but he thinks it's much better then his own son, who forgot his real mother and father.

Friday, 11 September 2015

Control different things at different distance with Arduino

In this post I'm going share a sketch with you which (sketch) can turn on and off as many things you want at different distance as you wish. This means you can turn something at a specific distance. For example you want to turn on a motor after 10cm and turn it off at 50cm, you can do this easily with the sketch below.

Note: I've used three leds here if you replace them with relay, motor and other stuff it will still work fine.

Things to change:

Change the pins as you wish.
int trigPin = 2;
int echoPin = 3;
int led1 = 4;
Make sure you write OUTPUT to every led.
 pinMode(led1, OUTPUT);
if (distance >=1 && distance <=10){
 Remember >= means from and <=  means under.
 And the number you seeing after >= and <= is centimetre/s.

 Here is the sketch.
//define the pins for ultrasonic sensor and leds here
int trigPin = 2;
int echoPin = 3;
int led1 = 4;
int led2 = 5;
int led3 = 6;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin (9600);
  pinMode(trigPin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(echoPin, INPUT);
  pinMode(led1, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(led2, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(led3, OUTPUT);


void loop() {
   int duration, distance;
  digitalWrite(trigPin, HIGH);
  digitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);
  duration = pulseIn(echoPin, HIGH);
  distance = (duration/2) / 29.1;

if (distance >=1 && distance <=10){
    Serial.println(" cm");
    digitalWrite(led1, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(led2, LOW);
    digitalWrite(led3, LOW);


  else if (distance >=11 && distance <=20){
    Serial.println(" cm");
    digitalWrite(led2, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(led1, LOW);
    digitalWrite(led3, LOW);


  else if (distance >=21 && distance <=30){
    Serial.println(" cm");
    digitalWrite(led3, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(led1, LOW);
    digitalWrite(led2, LOW);

else {
    Serial.println(" cm");
    digitalWrite(led1, LOW);
    digitalWrite(led2, LOW);
    digitalWrite(led3, LOW);

Watch the video to see the sketch in action.

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

why can't i see comments on facebook (Finally solved!)

It is frustrating when you open your Facebook and scroll down to see comments of different posts on your wall but you can't see any comments on the posts. Sometime you probably think, maybe no one has left any comments.

Well, actually that's not the case. If you are in mobile mode on your tablet or phone then sometimes you probably won't see any comment even though someone has left a comment already. The below screenshot has been taken before changing the mobile mode into desktop mode.

In this picture can't see how many comments and how many shares. You can only see how many people liked the post.

Now see the screenshot below, which has been taken after switching it to the desktop mode.
In this picture you can clearly see how many people liked, commented and shared. Now if you click on the comments, you will be able to read them as well.

How to change your mobile to desktop mode?
Well, it is very easy. If you are using Android and your current browser is Google Chrome then just click on the 3 dots on your top right hand corner. Then select Request desktop... See the picture below.
Now it will reload the page and you will be able to see the comments. Enjoy!!!