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The Corsair One has been among the best gaming PCs ever since it came on the scene a few years ago, and the Corsair One i160 only takes things to the next level with Nvidia Turing graphics and Intel Coffee Lake Refresh processors. This gaming PC can handle 4K gaming in a chassis that’s not much bigger than your average gaming console. It’s pricey – that much power kind of has to be – yet it’s certainly worth it if you’re looking for a small form factor machine without compromises.
2. HP Omen Desktop PC
CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 – i7-9700K | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti – RTX 2080 Ti | RAM: Up to 64GB | Storage: 1TB HDD – 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD
Up to 165Hz refresh rates
While the Decepticon look this gaming PC sports might only be for some, there’s definitely something for everybody as far as configurations go – whether you’re a casual gamer on a budget or a hardcore one willing to drop a lot of dough for a souped up rig. At less than $1,500 (about £1,180, AU$2,170), you’re getting more than enough power to get you through AAA games, albeit probably not on Ultra. At $2,335 (about £1,835, AU$3,235) or more, you’re getting a considerable amount of power and storage. Plus, HP Omen Desktop PC comes in a tool-less design, making it upgradeable. There isn’t any doubt that this one belongs on our best gaming PCs list.
The Alienware Aurora R8 can cost a pretty penny, especially if you’re getting one of the souped up configurations. But this stunner of a gaming machine gives you the latest and greatest inside, delivering an excellent and immersive gaming experience in a cool-looking chassis with appealing RGB lighting. If you’re more than a casual gamer who needs a setup that can tackle 1440p and even a bit of 4K gaming, this is one of the best gaming PCs on the market today.
4. Intel Hades Canyon NUC
CPU: Intel Core i7 | Graphics: Radeon RX Vega M GL – GH | RAM: up to 64GB | Storage: up to 2TB SSD, 2TB SSD
Lots of ports
Easy to upgrade
If you’re looking for the best gaming PC under $1,000, the Intel Hades Canyon NUC may just be your dream machine. This teeny gaming PC isn’t just cost-effective, but space-saving as well. In fact, it resembles a set-top box more than a gaming PC. Don’t let its size fool you, however – it houses all the power that the best gaming laptops should to handle the best laptop games, with an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor and discrete AMD Radeon graphics. You’ll have to provide your own RAM, storage and your own OS, but if you have extra PC hardware lying around, there are still plenty of savings to be had.
5. HP Omen Obelisk
CPU: Intel Core i5-8400 – i5-9600K | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti – RTX 2080Ti | RAM: up to 64GB | Storage: 1TB HDD – 1TB SSD, 3TB+3TB HDD
Lots of power
Appealing, tool-less design
This rectangular monster is definitely worthy of its moniker as it boasts lots of power… more than enough, in fact, for most gamers’ needs. When you’ve the funds for an upper-tier configuration, you’ll get a behemoth. Unfortunately, budget minded buyers will have to be satisfied with gameplay at medium settings, since the lower end models don’t pack the same firepower. Still, because of its high upgradability and tool-less design, such buyers are only an upgrade or two from the best gaming experience on Ultra or Max settings either. Plus, we’ve honestly seen more expensive machines for those specs.
When you grab a new machine from Origin, it’s almost like you’ve built it yourself. But, you do have to be acquainted with PC components to decide for yourself what goes into the rig and how much money you’re willing to spend. So, our only real criticism of the Origin Millennium is that you can put together a similar gaming PC yourself and save hundreds of dollars. On the other hand, because of its svelte design and flexible specs – not to mention, the convenience, we bet you won’t even want to.
In true Alienware fashion, the Area 51 Threadripper Edition pushes the boundaries of both technology and your bank account. It’s extremely powerful, distinctly boasting the latest AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X across all of its configurations. The Area 51’s triad-design hasn’t altered much since its release back in 2014, but the inside of this desktop is basically tool-less to upgrade, not that you would even need to consider it’s already one of the best gaming PCs of 2019.
It was only a matter of time before the best gaming PCs started rolling out with the newest Coffee Lake Refresh and Nvidia Turing parts, and the MSI Trident X was the one to lead the charge. This small chassis PC doesn’t pull any punches, and will absolutely demolish any game you throw at it, at any resolution. Just remember that the thin metal build is a little flimsy for travel, and its price tag is a bit hefty. However, if you’re seeking no-holds-barred power that will fit right in your living room, you can’t do much better than this.
True to its name, the Corsair Vengeance 5185 will, without a doubt, get you back in the game, if your existing PC has been holding you back. This highly-customizable gaming PC is among the best gaming PCs out there with its powerful components, massive storage space and an effective cooling system that keeps that heat down. A fan of RGB lighting? This has no shortage of that, all wrapped in a tempered glass chassis that’s just the ticket for showing those innards off.
A unique chassis coupled with a price to beat, Dell’s latest in its G series gaming PCs is a solid contender in budget gaming. The Dell G5 boasts 9th-generation Intel chips as well as Nvidia’s most powerful gaming GTX and RTX graphics cards, starting with an i3 processor and the GTX 1650 to handle many powerful games without burning a whole in your pocket. Of course, if you’ve got more case to spare, it’s VR ready configurations are also on hand, though even those are absolutely affordable.
Amaze after dark with the V17 rear camera’s Super Night Mode, featuring advanced noise reduction capabilities in its rear camera. The Super Night Selfie feature brings stunning nighttime shots to the front camera too, supported by frame-merging technology, HDR and vivo’s own portrait algorithm. Whichever camera you’re using, beautiful results await when night falls.
48MP AI Quad Rear Camera Simply Professional
The powerful quad-camera setup includes a 48MP main camera, 8MP super wide-angle camera, 2MP macro camera and 2MP bokeh camera. Four cameras – infinite possibilities.
Super Wide-Angle Camera 120-Degree Spectacle
Let your imagination run free and pack galaxies of stars into one frame with 120-degree super wide angle.
* Super wide-angle camera is able to capture 108-degree photos after accounting for distortion.
Super Macro Camera
Reveal Life’s Little Wonders
See the untapped tiny world up close with 4cm focus.
Ultra Stable Video
Even with shaky hands, you can record clear and stable videos. V17 helps you make every frame count, because every second of your life is worth cherishing.
32MP Front Camera
Open Your Eyes to the World
Capture every little detail with a cutting-edge 32MP front camera that brings supreme clarity to your world.
Be a Supermodel
Whatever scene you’re in, you can strike the perfect pose. With the V17 offering guidance, boost your confidence and wow like a supermodel.
Now with Added Fun
Enjoy the benefits of intelligent technology with a major update to AR Stickers. It now detects your hand gestures and facial expressions, automatically pairing them with ideal sticker combinations to add that magical touch to your portraits.
View A New World
Explore a brave new world with iView Display. This 16.36cm(6.44)FHD+ Display takes a bionic approach, housing a super-clear front camera for a futuristic look.
Seize the world with V17
Experience immersive viewing with iView Display. The 16.36cm (6.44) display takes a bionic approach, housing a super – clear Front Camera for a futuristic look.
New Generation E3 Super AMOLED
Delight Your Eyes
The customized next-gen Super AMOLED display is made of the latest E3 OLED and features an aspect ratio of 20:9. It also offers 100% DCI-P3 Color gamut, bringing vibrant and authentic colors to life. Enjoy this tantalizing view without eyestrain, as V17 filters out 42% of blue light. In addition, low brightness anti-flicker technology provides added protection for eyes in the dark.
*The display can adjust brightness automatically, so your viewing experience won’t be compromised either in sunlight or in the dark.
Trendy Design Show Your Fashion Code
V17’s rear camera matrix features unique geometric symmetry with a retro-styled design inspired by compact cameras. Four cameras sit within a rectangle’s elegant rounded corners like a code waiting to be deciphered. Brilliant colors and a glossy finish complete its trendy look.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE
8GB + 128GB
Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 AIE octa-core processor offers smooth operation and low power consumption. With 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM, you get expanded storage space and an elevated experience.
Dual-Engine Fast Charging & 4500mAh
Enjoy 4500mAh of battery capacity, plus vivo’s exclusive Dual-Engine Fast Charging. Stay juiced all day long and recharge in a flash.
Boost Your Experience
Vivo’s Multi-Turbo covers all aspects at the system level to enhance user experience. It includes AI Turbo, Center Turbo, Game Turbo, Net Turbo, Cooling Turbo and ART++ Turbo, improving underlying compilation efficiency, system response and performance.
Total Game Immersion
Game Center creates your very own gaming arena and gathers your game data. Check real-time CPU, GPU and temperature data, so you’re always in the know. With Ultra Game Mode, it can also help you block messages and alerts, so you can fully concentrate on winning the game at hand.
Talk to teammates in entertaining new voices to suit your mood. It’s the feature that brings fun to your gameplay while protecting your privacy.
Lock your screen as you like, safe in the knowledge that your games will run nicely in the background, so you are free to focus on what’s at hand.
Writing is another better way to earn money on internet through writing different types of content.
You can write for blogs, companies, institutions, individual people etc. Different types of writers get paid differently.
Normally people get paid $5 to $20+ for writing 500 words content.
You can go to the sites like UpWork, iWriter, WriterBay, FreelanceWriting, TextBroker, ExpressWriters.com, FreelanceWritingGigs.com to find the content writing jobs.
There are more ways that can help you to make extra income by working in part time. You can easily make $200-$300 per month by doing simple tasks on different sites.
Here you can work on variety of different tasks like identifying an object, rating & commenting on different sites, visiting some websites, finding contact details, doing small research, writing small articles etc.
There are many websites like mTurk, MicroWorker, SEOClerk, ClickWorker, GigWalk where you can work as a micro worker & earn extra income. After signup, we will show you how to work as Micro-worker and make money.
9. Become a YouTuber
YouTube is one of the hottest trend in earning money online. You can start your YouTube channel, upload some quality videos and then become a YouTube partner to make money online on YouTube.
You can create different kind of videos like prank videos, comedy videos, kitchen recipes, how-to-do videos, travel tips, or anything you think, is useful for people.
Once you get the videos views and subscribers for your channel then you can apply for YouTube partner program.
Once you get the approval, people will see the ads along with ads in your videos. You will make money for each views your video receive.
You can shoot videos from your smartphone or any DSLR camera.
10. Become an online seller
Online selling is not like traditional selling. You don’t have much scope of selling your items outside your local market but in online selling, you can sell your product all over the country.
There are 2 ways to sell anything online.
Either, you can create your own website and sell your products from your website OR become a seller on any famous shopping portal like Amazon, Flipkart, eBay, Snapdeal etc.
Second option is much better you will get existing customers of these popular portals.
Now you must be thinking that what can I sell when I don’t have any product?
I have seen many Amazon and Flipkart sellers who don’t have any product but still they are selling number of products on these sites.
What you can do is, roam around your city & check for the best products you can sell on these sites. You can find the wholesalers and distributors who can sell you these products at a highly discounted rates.
You can list these products on Amazon, eBay etc. and make money by selling at a higher price.
You need to try the best products that you can sell at lower than market price. Trust me, its easier than your thought. Only thing you need to do is take action.
11. Domain Trader
Domain trading is another high profit business you can do online. But here you need some investment for buying the domain.’
You must be an expert OR you should get detailed knowledge before you start this business.
You can buy domains from GoDaddy or other domain registrar for less than $10 & sell in future to the needy person for hundreds of dollars. Your skill here is to identify great domains that are not booked yet & companies in future can try to buy that domain.
When companies don’t find the domain of their choice, they contact the domain owner for the deal & it’s in your control to fix the price. You can even put your domains on auction so that people can buy directly at your desired price.
12. Website flipping
Like domain trading, website flipping is also a hot business to earn money online. Here you don’t deal with domains but websites.
You have to create a website, work on it for 3-6 months or more so that you can start making money from the websites.
After earning for 2-3 months, you can put that site on auction on Flippa , EmpireFlippers etc. You can easily get 15-20 times price of your monthly earning from that website.
It’s much easier to grow an old sites than creating a new site and the grow this new site.
Many experienced people buy websites from Flippa, work for 3-4 months on these sites and make double or triple income.
13. Provide training & consultancy
There is a big scope of earning money online if you have some good skills that people need. Like you can provide training on spoken English, computer courses, any technical course, Feng shui, medical treatment and any other things.
You can promote your business through a website or a Facebook business page.
You need to promote your website or Facebook page in order to get the potential leads.
You can get many customers through a good follow ups.
14. Stock & Forex Trading
Stock trading & forex trading is a very lucrative way to make money for those who has good idea of the market.
There are number of free or paid courses available on internet that can train you for online trading.
You can even read newspaper like Economic times or watch TV channels like CNBC to become more expert in the field. Its risky to enter into this market without sufficient knowledge.
15. Earn money from your smartphone
There are various smartphone apps that can pay you some extra income by completing some simple tasks on your Smartphone.
There are at least 20 money making apps that if you install in your smartphone, can give an extra income of $200-$300.
You have to take simple surveys, complete offers by signup on other websites, play games, watch videos etc.
You don’t need to take any extra time to earn from this as you can make money on the go.
16. Sell photos online
This is another use of your smartphone. You can take high quality images of nature, places, people, things, dishes, homes etc. & sell them online.
There are number of big sites like ShutterStock, Fotolia, , iStockPhoto, Photobucket where you can submit your photos. Whenever some customer wants to purchase your photos, you will get paid as per the price you fix.
When attempting to monetize a website with an existing traffic base, one of our golden rules is, “Don’t try to reinvent the wheel.” In other words, it’s probably not a good use of time to seek out new, creative ways for your site to make money; there are hundreds of thousands of websites out there already that are already using a wide variety of monetization tactics.
If you’re trying to make money from a site, you should always have your “monetization hat” on. Whenever you visit a site, take note of the strategies they’re using to make money, and consider whether that approach may be useful for you. (By the way, if you’re enjoying this article, you may want to subscribe to our free newsletter[sg_popup id=”1592″ event=”click”][/sg_popup]; we’ll send monetization tips straight to your inbox each day.)
In recent years, the tremendous success of some Web-based companies has made it easier to piece together the specifics of effective monetization strategies. As websites have grown and gone public, they’ve been required to open up their books and share the details of their revenue statement with investors. The regulatory filings can be a gold mine of information, shedding light on what strategies work for monetizing large traffic bases.
Today we’re taking a closer look at one of the largest and most profitable social media networks, trying to answer the question, “How does LinkedIn make money?”
The Short Answer
The short answer to the question posed above is:
LinkedIn (LNKD) makes money primarily from providing the corporate recruiting departments of large companies with access to job candidates through its LinkedIn Recruiter product. The company also generates revenue from display ad sales and sales of its premium membership products to individuals.
The Long Answer
For a more in-depth answer to this question, we’ll expand upon the short answer given above. To start, here’s a breakdown of how LinkedIn reports their revenue in their quarterly SEC filing (numbers are in thousands and for the nine months ended September 30, 2013):
This is pretty meaningless without an explanation of what each of these categories means. Here’s the quick explanation; we’ll give a more detailed analysis of each below.
Talent Solutions: This is access to the LinkedIn Recruiter product, which is used primarily by corporate recruiting teams to find candidates for jobs.
Marketing Solutions: This is revenue from display ads–the 300×250 and 728×90 banners you see on the site.
Premium Subscriptions: This is the product that most of us have either signed up for or seen countless promos for; it allows you to see who is accessing your profile and send messages directly to other users (among other features).
The biggest source of revenue for LinkedIn (representing about 57% of revenue so far in 2013) is access to the LinkedIn Recruiter tool. This may be a bit of a surprise, since it’s a feature that the vast majority of users on the site don’t really use (and that most have probably never heard of). This is basically access to a massive database of passive and active job seekers (professionals looking for a new position as well as those who may be happy in a current job but a good fit for an opening).
This product is geared primarily for corporate recruiters, and it’s priced at a rate that only larger companies can really afford. Here’s the lineup of product features from LinkedIn:
What should jump out immediately is the price; The Recruiter Corporate package costs just over $8,600 annually (if you pay upfront; it’s about $10,800 each year if you pay month-to-month).
According to its latest filing, LinkedIn has about 22,000 “Corporate Solutions” clients, up about 57% from the prior year. These corporate clients account for a huge percentage of overall revenue, paying large annual subscription fees in order to access job candidates and other features. While 22,000 may seem like a huge subscriber base, it’s tiny in the grand scheme of LinkedIn’s membership. There are about 260 million registered users–or about 12,000 member accounts for every Corporate Solutions client.
In other words, LinkedIn makes most of its money from a very expensive product tailored to only a very small percentage of its audience.
This area of the business is more straightforward. LinkedIn makes about $90 million each quarter, or about 23% of total revenue, from showing ads to its users. These ads appear on most pages on the site, and include both IAB standard ads (such as a 300×250 rectangle) as well as custom text ads (shown to the right).
For the three months ended September 30, LinkedIn reported about 12.2 billion pageviews on its site from about 184 million unique visitors each month. This tells us a couple of things about LinkedIn; the first is that the each unique visitor views about 22 pages a month, indicating high user engagement.
It also implies an effective revenue per 1,000 pageviews, or effective RPM, of about $7.25:
Display Ad Revenue
Display Ad Revenue
Given the nature of the LinkedIn audience, that number seems pretty low (for a point of comparison, several large publishers generate effective RPMs in the mid teens). The LinkedIn audience consists primarily of professionals, who tend to be relatively wealthy (and therefore attractive to advertisers). Moreover, the audience is very targeted–or at least targetable. LinkedIn presumably offers advertisers the ability to target relevant segments of its audience. For example, an advertiser looking to promote advanced computer products should be able to have their ad appear only to users who identify their as software engineers or similar professions. Those campaigns would presumably be very effective (since there are very few “wasted” ad impressions).
Given those facts, it’s a bit surprising that LinkedIn makes only about $7 for every 1,000 pageviews. Of course, LinkedIn isn’t aggressive with its banner ads; it generally shows a max of two per page, and several pages on the site don’t have any ads at all. Moreover, the site has so many pageviews each month (about 4 billion) that it would be tough to sell them all directly to advertisers without using a network to fill in some of the inventory. But there should be significant upside potential in this metric because LinkedIn offers access to such a valuable and targeted audience.
Here’s another way to look at the ad business:
LinkedIn reported 184 million unique visitors monthly during the third quarter
LinkedIn reported about $29.5 million in monthly advertising revenue during the third quarter
LinkedIn made about 16 cents in ad revenue from each unique visitor in the third quarter
LinkedIn notes in its filings that it prices ads primarily on a cost per advertisement basis (another way to say “CPM”) and that the average length of an advertising contract is about two months.
The last piece of the LinkedIn revenue puzzle is the premium subscription. LinkedIn offers its members four tiers of membership on the site, including a free option. The other three range from about $20 / month up to $75 / month, depending on the features desired. Here’s the product table shown on the LinkedIn website detailing what exactly comes in each tier:
A few things stand out about the LinkedIn business model:
LinkedIn makes nothing or next to nothing from 99% of its members; the 22,000 corporate clients and approximately 500,000 premium memberships make up more than 75% of total revenue.
There exists significant potential in the display advertising business, though optimizing the ad revenue may cannibalize other more profitable areas of the business.
LinkedIn is a great example of a “freemium” business model; most of the site and features are available free of charge to all users, with value-added premium products available only to paying customers.
With approximately 610 million members and growing, LinkedIn is the world’s largest business-oriented search engine. But most LinkedIn members see it as nothing more than a place to post their online résumé. According to the company, only 40 percent of members log in more than once a month. The other 60 percent, apparently, hope that others will simply find their résumés among the digital pile.
But the truth is, that’s not how LinkedIn works. To really gain value on the platform, you need to provide value to it in exchange. For example, having a complete profile — we’re talking info on your background, education, and areas of expertise — can help you achieve what LinkedIn calls All-Star status. That’s much more than a moniker: the more complete your profile, the higher you rank in searches on the platform. In fact, LinkedIn says that members who list five or more skills receive as many as 17 times more profile views. And don’t forget that LinkedIn profiles rank high in Google searches, too. Here are 12 simple things you can do to boost your visibility — from engaging with the LinkedIn community to optimizing every feature.
1. Brand your profile header.
The topof your LinkedIn profile has space for an image. Use it to display your personal branding or your corporate logo, and then do the same on your other social media platforms. That way, you’ll look consistent across the internet (and you can bet an interested party will look at every profile you have). People will perceive your organization as being high-quality and professional, even if you are a small firm.
2. Invest in a professional headshot.
Photos matter. LinkedIn says that when a user includes a profile photo, they receive 21 times more profile views and up to 36 times more messages. And with that many eyeballs on your photo, don’t offer anything but the best. Cropped photos from a wedding reception will not help your professional image. Would you trust a financial adviser if they displayed a blurry selfie as their photo?
3. Add a client-centric headline…
Your profile has a headline — it shows up at the top, and underneath your name whenever you comment on a post. By default, LinkedIn puts your job title in this space, but unless your title is unique, it’s a missed opportunity. Instead, use a benefit-related statement that tells viewers how you can serve them. For example, “I help small-business owners build systems, delete the chaos, and increase sales.”
4. …and pay it off in your summary.
You pick up a book at the library because the title grabbed your attention. Think of your profile headline as the book title — and now think of your profile summary as the inside flap of the book, which entices people to keep reading. Your goal is to keep the reader scrolling through your entire LinkedIn profile so they get to know you and learn about your expertise.
5. Endorse your colleagues and clients.
This feature may be confusing — you may wonder if writing endorsements for others really matters, or if anyone cares. That’s open for debate, but here’s what’s undeniable: When you endorse someone else, your recommendation (plus your name and photo) appears in their profile. That gives you more exposure to their network.
6. Add multimedia content.
You can link to video, audio, and written materials in your LinkedIn profile, but rather than just use that space as a showcase, I suggest regularly testing new material and monitoring your views to see which content is popular, so you’ll know how best to impress your audience. For instance, I post “how-to” videos and presentations in my LinkedIn profile so people can learn from me and experience my teaching style.
7. Upload native videos.
LinkedIn wants to keep people inside its platform, and sees video as a good way to do that. That’s why, when you upload video directly to LinkedIn, its algorithm will reward you with more video views. (By contrast, if you link to YouTube, the algorithm will depress its reach.) LinkedIn allows videos to be up to 10 minutes long, but I’d advise keeping it short — users love how-to tips, perspectives, and breaking industry news.
8. Write content on the platform.
Much like it does with video, LinkedIn rewards you with more visibility when you write articles inside its platform. Even better, LinkedIn will give you reader data you can use to help position yourself as a subject-matter expert: By tapping “Me” in the LinkedIn app, you can find real-time insights into who’s reading your articles, including their employers, job titles, and locations.
9. Include hashtags in posts.
Hashtags on LinkedIn work differently than they do on Facebook and Twitter, where it’s unlikely that people are monitoring broad tags like #motivation. LinkedIn recently started encouraging users to join hashtag communities around core business and personal growth subjects. (#motivation has 12 million followers!) When you share content, adding these hashtags will expand your reach exponentially.
10. Update your education.
Alumni networks are strong on LinkedIn, and easy to activate. To find alumni from your school, filter your LinkedIn people search by selecting your college in the “School” field. Connect with them on LinkedIn and ask them who their best referral is. Send them some referrals and they will gladly return the favor.
11. Join LinkedIn groups.
Members can create groups on LinkedIn, which often bring together people in similar professions (“Digital Marketing” has 1.1 million members) or skill sets (“Adobe Photoshop” has more than 317,000 members). When you join a group, it becomes part of your extended network. Your profile will start appearing in the right sidebar of those group member profiles, giving you lots of free exposure in a specialized community.
12. Use LinkedIn Profinder to get clients.
Sign up to be a service provider in Profinder and you will receive leads from people looking for your expertise. They’re free, to an extent. (If you want to respond to more than five a month, you must pay for LinkedIn Premium.) All kinds of professionals are on here, including coaches, marketers, developers, IT services, writers, consultants, and more. I receive 10 to 15 coaching requests every day from Profinder.