“Get Your Own POS, Orange Box or Recharge Card Printing Machine for a PROMO Price Today!… ”
This PROMO Ends in 7 Days Time
=> The Recharge Card machine enables you to Print all denomination of recharge cards (N100 to N1500) from all networks (MTN, AIRTEL, GLO, ETISALAT, STARCOMMS & VISAFONE) at wholesale prices!
=> With over N18.5 billion spent monthly and over N223billion spent yearly respectively on recharge cards by Nigerians, you are definitely well positioned to start a very lucrative business and creat an exta source of income.
=> You can also pay bills such as DSTV, GOTV, PHCN, etc. It is a very portable machine that gives you the opportunity to tap into the very lucrative GSM Recharge Card industry.
=> With the Nigerian economy becoming mobile and cashless, you also have the opportunity of tapping into the soon to be introduced mobile money industry and VTU platform using this machine.
=> This Promo enables you to the following…
* Free software
* Free Network Registration
* Free Training.
=> Normal Price – N95,000, Promo Price – N75,000
How to Purchase the Machine
The � PROMO PRICE – for this Printing Machine is N75,000
TO MAKE PAYMENT…
STEP 1 Make a Payment of N95, 000 N75,000 to the following bank account:
Account Name: AGUOCHA OKECHUKWU
Account Number: 0039585331
After payment, pls send the following information to 08037077686 and firstname.lastname@example.org
=> Name of Depositor
=> Teller Number
=> Amount Paid
=> Your Phone Number
=> Location and
=> Your Email Address
The subject of your email should be “POS – PAYMENT MADE”
On receipt and confirmation of your payment details, we shall proceed to send your goods. You shall receive your goods within 48hrs after payment confirmation.
We offer nationwide delivery of our products
IMPORTANT: Courier charges apply. Within Lagos – N3,000, Outside Lagos – N5,000. So do make sure to add it to your bill.
Best of Luck!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: Is the machine registered with CBN?
ANS: Yes. As a matter of fact, it was released by CBN.
Q2: How do I pay and get the machine?
ANS: To pay and get the machine, you will need to send the money into my bank account and the machine will be sent to you by FEDEX. If you prefer to collect the machine by yourself, you will need to bring along your Teller as a proof of payment.
Q3: Is there any other charges apart from the initial N75,000 for the machine?
ANS: It depends. If you want to come collect it yourself, there is no other charge. But if we are to send it to you, you will need to pay N3,000 if you are within Lagos state and N5,000 if you are outside Lagos.
Q4: How do I go about the maintenance and repair of the machine?
ANS: According to the company, the machine comes with 1 year warranty. This means if anything happens to the machine, you can return it to the company and they will repair it for you for free.
Q5: How about training on how to use the machine?
ANS: You will get a well-documented manual with the machine but if you don’t mind going to the office (Ojodu Berger, Lagos), you will be train on how to use it for free.
Q6: How will I be buying PINs with the machine?
ANS: This is how the machine works; the machine has been pre-activated and already connected to a major server. Whenever you are ready to load the machine, you will need to insert your ATM Card into the machine, enter the amount you want to buy and the money will be deducted from your ATM card (bank account). Immediately, your machine will be loaded with the PINs you bought accordingly. You can then print it out anytime you like.
Q7: How much will I be buying the cards?
ANS: Recarge cards are been sold on a discount basis. Rate of recharge cards are; 6% discount on any amount of MTN cards, 7% discount on Glo cards and 8% discount on other networks. That is, a discount of 6% for MTN N100 will be 94 per PIN, N100 Glo will be N93 and so on like that.
Q8: Is the machine using battery and how long can it last?
ANS: Yes, the machine is using a rechargeable battery and it can last 2 days.
Q9: What’s the minimum amount I can load into the machine?
ANS: Any amount… even if it is N5,000.
Q10: Is the machine secure?
ANS: Yes. The machine comes with a default Username and Passcode. Before you continue using the machine, you are advised to change them to your own, more secure codes. With that, no one can access it without your knowledge.
Q11: Can you reduce the price of the machine?
ANS: NO. The normal price is N95,000. It took me a lot before I could bring it down to N75,000. So the last price is N75,000 and the prom0 will end next weekend.
Q12: How do I refill or replace the ink?
ANS: You don’t have to worry about re-filling or replacing ink. It is permanent. The heat from the machine generates the ink that print the cards.
Q13: How will I get paper?
ANS: Paper do come with the machine. When that is exhausted, you will need to be buying them from a nearby bookshop. The paper is called Thermal Paper. It looks like the paper that print receipt from an ATM machine. A roll of the paper cost about N60 and it can print 100+ vouchers.
Q14: With this machine, do I still need a computer and a printer?
ANS: NO. This machine is all what you need to start printing vouchers. You don’t need a computer or printer or any other devices.
Q15: I can’t send money. Can I come to your office and pay and pick it up?
ANS: YES. The office is located at Ojodu Berger, Lagos. For instructions on how to get there, pls send a mail to okeydegreat (at) gmail.com with the subject POS OFFICE ADDRESS and you will receive further instructions on how to locate the office.
Q16: After getting this machine, do I still need a computer and printer?
ANS: NO. To venture into the Recharge Card Printing Business, you have 2 options – it’s either you use a COMPUTER or you use a PRINTING MACHINE. If you want to use a Printing Machine, then you don’t need a computer or printer again. If you want to use a computer, then text or call my direct line
Q17: Do I still need to find a recharge card dealer after getting the machine?
ANS: NO. The machine has been connected to a major dealer’s main server. All you have to do after getting the machine is to start using it.
Q18: Can I see the picture of this recharge card printing machine?
ANS: Of course. See the picture below:
As more questions come in, I will do my best to update this FAQ section. And if you have any question that has not been answered on this page, you can always ask me through phone0803-707-7686 or through my email: okeydegreat[at]gmail.com (make sure to replace [at] with the @ sign).
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How to Make Your Blog Posts Extremely Beautiful with Images
Table of Contents
• How to Improve Your Blog with Images
• How Beautiful Images Benefit a Blog
• The Importance of Putting an Image Above the Fold
• Cropping and Sizing Your Images
• Where to Get Images to Use in Your Post
• Making Sure the Image is Licensed for Use on Your Site
• How to Credit the Photographer Online
• Making Your Own Images
• Can You Write a Stunningly Beautiful Blog Post?
You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But that doesn’t stop millions of people from doing exactly that every day.
Everyone makes value judgments based on appearances. Unfortunately for me, that means I’ll probably never land a date with Adriana Lima (below).
It also means that simply having well-written articles on your blog isn’t good enough. A good blog post has to look good too — and that means using images to make your blogs stunningly beautiful.
How to Improve Your Blog with Images
How Beautiful Images Benefit a Blog
When you use quality images on your blog, readers associate your blog with that same level of quality. When you use dull or generic images not only will readers not click on your posts, they’ll also assume your content is dull and generic too. So use images that reflect how exciting, interesting, and beautiful you blog is (more on how to find those images below).
These types of high-quality images don’t just improve the perception of your website, but they increase its “stickiness” as well. Visitors are more likely to click on an article when the post image catches their eye or inspires a bit of curiosity.
Good images also help to make your post more likely to be shared on social networks. For instance, when someone shares an article on Facebook they have the option to choose one of the images contained on the page. If you want your content to go viral, you’d better make sure it contains some great images.
The Importance of Putting an Image Above the Fold
On most computer screens, the above image peeks just above the fold when this page loads. That means that every reader is guaranteed to see that there’s an image there — and almost every reader is going to scroll down and see what the image contains. Chances are, those readers are going to read the headline below the picture next… and so on and so on.
Simply convincing your viewers to begin reading and scrolling down is a big hurdle and it’s hugely important. It’s so important, in fact, that Michael asks that every single post on Income Diary have an image above the fold.
Does it work? Well you’ve read this far, haven’t you?
Cropping and Sizing Your Images
The best size image depends on the design of your site, specifically the width of the content area. The ideal size also depends on what works best for the individual image your using. If it’s a simple, iconic image it can afford to be smaller, whereas more intricate images have to be larger in order to view their complexity.
I’ll almost always center these larger images. In this case my favorite size is a big, beautiful 650 x 320 pixels, like the one above. This size is great for making an impact and creating separation between major sections of your article. Don’t use too many of these larger images, though. They’ll slow down the pages loading time and their larger resolution will go to waste on many mobile devices.
Thinner center-oriented images also look great and they can be used more often, like this 650 x 236 pixel image:
For left and right oriented images, I like to keep the width small (example near the bottom). That way you can be sure that it won’t crowd the text too much, even on smaller screens. In this case I’m using a 180 x 180 square image. I orient my images to the left or right very often and that’s partly because they tend to look better in text-heavy writing with long paragraphs, whereas I prefer to write with shorter paragraphs.
On Income Diary, our post images are 345 x 180.
Where to Get Images to Use in Your Post
There are a lot of different image databases out there, but I recommend Compfight. Compfight is specifically tailored to help bloggers find images for their posts, so its easy to search for images within the creative commons and to attribute images appropriately.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for on Compfight (not bloody likely), then try Flickr or a good old-fashioned Google search.
Making Sure the Image is Licensed for Use on Your Site
Images online are licensed differently, which means that their owners have set different standards for how they can be used by others online. Images on sites like iStock have licenses which require that you pay money in order to use them, but most of the time you can find a great image that suits your needs for absolutely free.
On Compfight, it’s as simple as clicking ‘creative commons’ on the bar to left after you’ve made a search. Once you’ve found an image that you like, you can click on it and view the license agreement. There you’ll see other pertinent information, like whether you’re allowed to remix or adapt the work. I usually only use images that allow me to adapt because that way I can make sure that all of the images in my articles are sized the way I want.
If you’re planning on using an image for commercial purposes, for instance if its included in an ebook that you’re selling or as part of a membership site, then you’ll need to narrow your search further to only images that have a commercial license.
How to Credit the Photographer Online
If you’re using an image that you didn’t create, it’s only fair that you credit the creator for their work.
Again, Compfight makes this very easy. They provide you with a line of html that you can copy and paste directly into your post. Here’s the attribution for the image of Adriana Lima above:
“For all of the most important things, the timing always sucks. Waiting for a good time to quit your job? The stars will never align and the traffic lights of life will never all be green at the same time… ‘Someday’ is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you.”
- Timothy Ferriss
Creating your own images allows you to create custom images that work perfectly for your article. You also don’t have to add attribution or worry about licensing.If you’re a skilled artist or photographer, then making your own images will come naturally.
I used an original photograph of a stoplight in Bellingham, Washington to illustrate a quote in an article I wrote containing life lessons from Timothy Ferriss. I like when an image has a symbolic connection to the concept that’s being discussed and I also really like this combination of block quote right underneath a big, centered image.
In addition to original photography, I’ve also used my own drawings. The drawing below is for one of my most popular Income Diary posts (21 Life Lessons from Steve Jobs). In this case, it was as simple as taking a pen to paper, scanning the results, and cleaning them up a little bit in Photoshop.
But the most common way that I’ve made my own images is by taking screen shots of web pages (ALT + PrtSc) and editing them. This is on display right here in this article, like the image of the CompFight interface above. In a niche that deals with digital technology like Income Diary, it’s pretty common for a screen capture to be relevant to your article.