Tuesday, April 7, 2015

New Method to Activate your Windows for Free| Windows 8 Key

1) Install any un-activated Windows 7 or Windows 8 version

2) Download KMS Pico you can download it by clicking on link

Installation Instructions
  1. Temporary disable your antivirus software. (IMPORTANT! Otherwise KMSPico will be unable to modify Windows Registry entries that activates the Windows/Office)
  2. Download the latest version of KmsPico From Here
  3. Complete the installation and wait for KMSPico to run automatically.
  4. Press the red button and wait for the success message.
  5. Done!

3) Execute it by "Run As Administratior"

4) some of you can get screen as below but you can proceed as shown below

5) Sit tight and allow KMS Pico to access your website, you can activate windows and Ms word together.
6) Select which one you wanted to activate, once it is selected, your windows will be activated in few minute.

KMSPico is the most successful, frequently updated and 100% clean tool to permanently activate any version of Windows and Microsoft office within matter of seconds.
WARNING : For education purposes only! I’ll be not responsible for the way you use this tool.
Hint : If you like MS products please buy legal and original copies. This program help to test these products, but its highly recommended to buy legal versions from creators!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

What is UTM Parameter?

UTM stands for Urchin Tracking Module; The UTM format is used by google to track Unique URL and source. So what actually is UTM Parameter? Let us begin with basics-In common term; these are anything after question mark within a URL parameter. UTM Tag added in URL sends data back to Google analytics once it is clicked, it allow you to track element of your online marketing strategy. An UTM Tag is consisting of parameter and its value. There are 5 key UTM parameters to track campaign in which 2 are optional and rest of three are essential to track any campaign or URL.
The Essential UTM tags are as follow

1)       utm_source :This is used to describe the source of traffic, for example the name of website from which you are getting traffic

2)      utm_medium : This id used to describe specific element, for example it may be a banner or an image.

3)      utm_campaign: This stands for overall campaign you are running. For example if a new campaign are launching for a new iPhone then you can name you campaign as “Phone_launch”