Posts Tagged ‘google’

AdSense and image placement

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December 19th, 2006
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AdSense and image placement We ask that publishers not line up images and ads in a way that suggests a relationship between the images and the ads. If your visitors believe that the images and the ads are directly associated, or that the advertiser is offering the exact item found in the neighboring image, they may click the ad expecting to find something that isn’t actually being offered. That’s not a good experience for users or advertisers. This is important for many AdSense publishers. From the examples that have been provided, if you are using a plugin like AdSense Beautifier, you might be violating Google’s AdSense policies and might want to look into removing the plugin.

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2006 Web Technology Trends

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December 12th, 2006
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Blogging Essays, Blogging News, LinkyLoo

2006 Web Technology Trends An essay on web technology trends with some large generalizations, some major points and some minors thoughts from McManus. Whenever I see an article like this, I would also like to see some revenue numbers associated with each entry. Though Google was mentioned quite a few times throughout the article, there was no mention of Google’s stock prices or its market cap (which I think are very valid). Also, it would be very interesting to create a heat map of this article to see which phrases/names/buzzwords were used the most in describing tech trends in 2006.

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Google AJAX Search API

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August 1st, 2006
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Cool Scripts, LinkyLoo

Google AJAX Search API Just like it sounds, add an AJAXified search box within your blog with this experimental Google AJAX search API. You need to sign up to get an API key. I wonder if they will let you integerate AdSense for search with this.

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WP plugin: MoreMoney

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July 3rd, 2006
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LinkyLoo, WordPress Plugins

WP plugin: MoreMoney Display ads and a message to visitors from Google. The author also suggests that this plugin could be useful if you only want to display ads from search engine visitors and spare your regular patrons from viewing ads. Much like Landing Sites.

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New referrals for Google Pack and Picasa

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May 5th, 2006
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New referrals for Google Pack and Picasa you can now refer your users to Google Pack and Picasa. You’ll earn up to $2 for each time a user installs Pack and up to $1 for each Picasa install. Google really wants to get into your computer. I have not installed Google Pack (and do not intend to do so) but for those without virus protection, Google does seem to offer a 6 month subscription to Norton Antivirus 2005. Are you installing Google Pack?

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Google Related Links

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April 4th, 2006
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Google Related Links Much like Yahoo’s Y! Links, Google has now released their Related Links. At this time there is no revenue associated with Related Links but that cannot be too far off.

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Google Charm makes its debut

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Google Charm makes its debut: A well written article about a recent expose’ by Google to publicize its’ New York offices and let reporters in on some lesser known tidbits of Goossip. This article reminded me of the various discussions and articles written on Attention and Google that Nick Bradbury and Steve Gillmore have been writing about.

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Google hiring like it’s 1999

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November 1st, 2005
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Google hiring like it’s 1999 Looking for a job anyone? (You may be a good candidate if you are willing to travel abroad and are an exceptionally good programmer, unless of course your talents lie elsewhere in which case you are exceptional at that other thing and can prove it sufficiently to the people at Google)

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