Radio Fence Dog Protection Made Simple

Forget messy wires underground or eyesore wires strewn over rocks and bushes. “No, Toto, this is not Kansas” but it is the new Wizard of Oz in terms of high tech simple-to-install radio fence pet containment systems.

Plug-And-Play Simple Installation. The latest breed of radio fence pet containment systems may not be an FDR “fireside chat” radio broadcast to teach a nation, but the radio dog fence does quickly train, and then re-enforce the idea of home and boundaries for your furry family member. The radio pet fencing system boils down to three (3) components:-

* Component 1 – Plug-in Transmitter. A standard grounded 3-pin transmitter unit is the Mother load “controller” unit that defines the signal type… signal strength and the overall spherical shaped “invisible dog fencing” area. Depending on the size of your property, or the areas that you’ve ear-marked for your dog, the radio transmitter unit can produce a 30 ft. to 150+ ft. diameter “play” area.

* Component 2 – Collar “Receiver”. 토토사이트, Daisy, Jak or Lassie get to wear a lightweight, weather proof, battery energized radio receiver collar unit. After a short training phase where you and your dog walk the new wireless do fence “boundary zone”, marked by tiny flags as a visual “prompt”, your dog will rapidly “get it”. The radio pet fence receiver adapts to your needs, and to Toto’s training, with up to 6 varying strength settings. Training is all about “wee little beeps” produced by the receiver unit, which Toto hears. As she approaches the “boundary-do not pass” zone, the beeps increase until around the 6 ft.-from-boundary mark, she’ll receive a tiny corrective electrical shock. The corrective shock doesn’t hurt, nor cause any pain or bodily harm, rather acts more to startle and remind Toto where the boundary is.

* Component 3 – Your Doggie. Where would a radio fence pet containment system be without dogs and owners? Simple as the training sounds, radio dog fence set ups are not the same for every breed of dog. Motley mixed breeds and many designer breeds respond quickly to their newly defined wireless pet fence world. However… and this is a big “yes, but” proviso… the bloodhounds and beagles may be genetically over-enhanced in terms of nose-and-smell. Result? Once a beagle “gets a whiff”, he’s off and may simply crash through the radio fence “shock zone”… leaving behind a sharp yelp, but continuing on his mad dash scent-chasing run. The stubborn dog radio fence quandary offers the other category of potentially unsuited breeds for a wireless dog fencing set-up.

Traveling, Flexibility With Your Portable Wireless Fence. No need to leave your dog at home again. Traveling with your RV or van means that you can plug your radio transmitter unit directly into the lighter outlet. Adjust the signal-radius to a zone around your camp site. You can rest, confident that your dog will move about within the safety zone that she’s familiar with back at home.



Online Marketers: How to Get More Site Traffic Without Relying on Google or Other Search Engines

Google’s latest algorithm update, Penguin 2.0, shook up a lot of sites. One thing it made very clear — at least in my opinion as an online writer (eg, content marketing specialist) — is that relying solely on search engine traffic is like playing a game of cat-and-mouse with your online business.

Google’s Not the Only Game in Town When It Comes to Getting More Site Traffic

Luckily, search engines are not the only game in town when it comes to traffic. Sure, they’re important — there’s no doubting that. But, it doesn’t have to be the only weapon in your content marketing arsenal as an online / affiliate marketer.

Beefing up your own online community is one way to “beat” Google, if you will, when it comes to getting more traffic and sales. Following are four things I did — and you can too — to increase traffic to your website/blog. Note: All of them are free – and effective.

4 Things I Did to Increase Site Traffic, Which Has Led to More Sales

I. Get Active Daily on 5 Social Media Sites: Twitter is my favorite social media 토토사이트  I have almost 12,000 followers and have been active on it since 2008 or 2009 (I can’t really remember). I had accounts on several other social media sites for a few years, but never interacted.

Now, I’m active on the five major sites daily, ie: LinkedIn, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Google+.

II. Update Your Website/Blog Every Day: I used to update my main blog once a week; now I update it five to six times a week. This gives search engines a reason to come back to index new pages more often. The more pages your site has, the better chance you have of visitors finding you.

III. Give Readers Something They Really Want: Inkwell Editorial is about freelance writing. And, what’s the one thing freelancers want? Job leads. So, I started posting job listings every Monday. This gives visitors a reason to come back week after week after week.

Ask yourself, “What do my readers really want?” And, try to give it to them. If you don’t know what this is, straight out ask them by posting a question on your site, in your newsletter on your social media accounts. Then, act on the info they send you.

IV. Add a Work Day: Doing all of the above meant that I had to add an extra work day to my schedule. But, it’s been worth it.

Sometimes working more is what you have to do to reach your goals. And actually for me, it’s worked out great because I spend Sundays writing and scheduling posts for the coming week. This frees up more time during the week for marketing and working on my own projects (ie, writing ebooks).

Conclusion: Getting More Site Traffic without Relying on Google (And Other Search Engines)

It’s getting harder and harder to rank well in search engines. But that doesn’t mean your business is doomed. All it means is that you need to get busy building a community of followers online who will visit your site because they know you exist WITHOUT search engines referring them.

And the best thing about this type of traffic is that they tend to be more loyal – because they come back of their own volition, not because your site was returned in search results.