Free Online Logo Design Websites

For every pretty blog, there needs to be a good looking logo and creating a logo for a website/blog requires some creativity. If you’re having photoshop skills then it is a kids play to create an awesome logo for your blog but what if you’re a noob at photoshop? You’ll have to hire a designer who could create a logo for you. However, it may be a bit costly affair & not everyone could afford it. That is why, we’ve listed a few websites which enable users to design their own logos from pre-defined work.

Free Online Logo Design Sites

  1. Logo Snap
    Logo Snap Online Logos
  2. Logo ease
    Logoease Logo Designer
  3. Logo Maker
    Logo Maker Online
  4. Logo Design Engine
    Logo Design Engine Logo Creator
  5. Logo Yes
    Logo Yes
  6. Templates box
    Templates Box Logo Creator
  7. Cool text
    Cool Text Logo Creator
  8. Online Logo Maker
    Online Logo Maker Software
  9. Free Flash Logos
    Free Flash Logos
  10. Flaming Text
    Flaming Text Logo

These are the hand-picked websites that offer free online logo designs. Check the list and let us know if we missed anything.

9to5Blogger Monthly Traffic & Earning Report for October 2012

Almost 12 days have passed by and today I got some time to update our traffic report for the month of October 2012. This month, I noticed a great improvement in the traffic compared to the last month (September).
9to5Blogger Monthly Traffic for October 2012

  • June – 411
  • July – 536 (+33% MoM)
  • August – 1173 (+119% MoM)
  • September – 1267 (+8% MoM)
  • October – 3,514 (+177% MoM)

Out of all the traffic sources, organic traffic has improved a lot and Search engines contributed around 71% of the total traffic. The rest 29% is referral and direct traffic.

There is a decent growth in the organic traffic compared to September (+185%) i.e., 876 visitors came from SE’s in Sep’12 while 2,494 visitors came from SE’s in Oct’12.
9to5Blogger Traffic from Search Engines
Update: What We’ve Achieved

That’s it for now! Hope to publish more useful tutorials for the newbie bloggers in the coming days. Thanks for visiting and Keep Blogging 🙂

9to5Blogger Monthly Traffic & Earning Report for July, August and September 2012

It’s been a long time since I shared 9to5blogger’s monthly traffic report and so today I’ve decided to share reports for the missed 3 months – July, August and September 2012.
9to5Blogger Monthly Traffic Report for July, Aug and September 2012
In the month of June i.e., the first month of launch, 9to5Blogger has received 411 visits and from then onwards, it is showing a very positive growth.

  • June – 411
  • July – 536 (+33% MoM)
  • August – 1173 (+119% MoM)
  • September – 1267 (+8% MoM)

For all these three months, search engines have contributed nearly 60% of the entire traffic while we got 26% from referral sites like Facebook, Twitter and through blog commenting. The remaining visitors landed on our blog directly.

9to5Blogger Traffic Sources for July-September 2012

Due to my frequent traveling schedule, I haven’t done much postings and promotion all these months. However, traffic improved month over month due to the fact that the articles written are time independent.

Updates (What We’ve Done)

  • We had a custom WordPress theme for 9to5Blogger
  • Alexa ranking has improved a lot and now it is nearly 2 lakhs.
  • Participated in Bluehost Affiliate for the first time and it showed positive impact on our overall earnings. Bluehost alone earned us nearly $1259. BTW, its not alone from 9to5Blogger. TechZene has also contributed some clicks.
  • Bluehost Affiliate Earnings: My first experience with Bluehost was pretty encouraging.

Updates (What We’re About to Do)

  • I’ll be submitting more guest posts on popular blogs this month (niche:blogging)
  • Adding a new column “PROBlogger Interviews” in our blog this month (Keep guessing who is the first problogger to get interviewed).
  • Will be more active on social networking sites.
  • I’m receiving several requests to accept guest articles, but as of now, I’ve no plans to launch guest posting service on this blog as I wanted to make this blog a single-author blog, atleast for now 🙂

Am I Eligible for Adsense Email Support?

Contacting the Adsense support is always a big problem for many of us. Adsense team has no support for their publishers. If you’re in trouble, all you’ve to do is browse their support forum where other experienced guys will reply back to your questions. But, now Google has found its mistake and enabled email support for all the publishers who’re earning more than $25 per week on consistent basis.

If you’re one of those and wanted to know whether you’re eligible for Adsense email support, visit this link. If you’re eligible, then you’ll get the below message.

Adsense Email Support Eligibility

Simply, click on the links and fill the details regarding your issues. All your issues will be resolved/answered within 2 days.

Although, the official Adsense blog haven’t spoke about it, it was mentioned in the Adsense help page under “contacting Adsense”.

Allow Multiple Users to Access your Adsense Account

Are you working along with a partner? Need to grant him access to your Adsense account? Then here is a good news for you from the Google Adsense team! Google Adsense has enabled this much awaited feature to the new Adsense interface.

You can happily invite others (people you trust) to access your Adsense account. The invited person can run reports, generate Ad code and even manage payment information. He can also be able to change the Google account that is linked to the Adsense account.

As of now, two types of user permissions can be granted: Admin and Standard users. The administrator will have all types of permissions like you but the Standard user can only have limited access to your Adsense account.

A few limitations levied on this multiple user Adsense account are as follows.

  • You are not allowed to add/invite a user with an existing Adsense account i.e., his/her Google account should not be linked to any Adsense account.
  • If a user has previously been rejected by Adsense, you can’t add him/her.

Tip: With this new multi-user Adsense feature in place, now you can easily change your Adsense login email. Simply, send an invitation to your other email ID and give it admin rights. Login from your invited email ID and remove the primary administrator (email).

To access this feature, simply go to “Account Settings” which is present in the left sidebar and scroll-down to find the option “Users with Sign-in access”. In the text field, enter the email ID of the person you wanted to invite and click “Invite”. Remember to checkmark the option “Administrator” if you want that person as an administrator of your Adsense account or else uncheck the option and send an invite to grant him standard permissions.

Multiple User Access Adsense Account

For any additional information, see FAQ’s page.