Google has made a lot of changes in privacy policies in the last few weeks and all of them are being criticized by most of its users. Some claim that Google is turning to the dark side of business and ruining its “Don’t be evil” motto.
There was time when blogging was restricted for bloggers to share knowledge and for readers to comment. Well, as the time passed, it was found that blogging is no more limited to sharing knowledge, as one can make huge amount of money with it if the blog has the potential of doing so. Well, Sometimes […]
WordAds has been announced by Jon Burke from Automattic as a new revenue source for WordPress.com bloggers. The network has been brought to us from the partnership between Automattic and Federated Media and it is promised to bring more revenue to WordPress.com publishers.
All Internet surfers must feel annoying when they visit a web page and have to struggle to find and read its content, Google is feeling the same way too. Matt Cutts, the head of webspam team at Google, stated about the upcoming change of Google search engine at the Pubcon conference a few days ago. […]
Google Adsense team recently sent a newsletter to all publishers to announce that Adsense ads will feature the +1 button on your website starting this October. We have seen the +1 button launched on Google Search, then publishers’ websites, and now it will appear right in Adsense ads so that visitors can recommend specific ads […]
Max Cohen, the Product Manager of Google Adsense, has announced some changes in the application process for publishers. It appears that Adsense is tightening the process in order to improve quality of Google advertising network. The changes are expected to protect advertisers as well as increase potential earnings for publishers.