December 7, 2009

Google Introduces New User Interface Page for Adsense

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Google Adsense

Today when I logged in to my AdSense account today I saw a new Interface option on the top menu. I decided to just give it a try, and I must say it’s really better.

Here is a screenshot of new page in new interface.

Google Adsense New Interface

I don’t know that whether it’s open to all users to try. But I will give thumbs up to this new interface. What do you say?

Please leave your feedback for this new interface!

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November 28, 2009

I Got an Invite for Google Wave

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After such a long time I’m back to blogging now. I must mention that I was quite busy with my Social Network project Franktag.com and recently launched it.

Now back to topic, yesterday I got an invitation of Google Wave preview from Google Team. If you’re still new to Google wave then check out my post I wrote about it.

Here is the screen shot of the email.

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I can also invite others to use Google Wave Preview just like orkut.

Google Wave Preview

It’s very useful in workplaces. Well I haven’t tried it’s all features so I can’t say more about it. If you would like to get an Invitation for Google Wave just drop me a comment.

Have you tried it? What’s your experience? Please say it in your comments.

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October 1, 2009

How to make Windows XP, Vista, 7 Bootable Installers Flash Drives

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WinToFlash starts a wizard that will help pull over the contents of a windows installation CD or DVD and prep the USB drive to become a bootable replacement for the optical drive. It can alsow do this with your LiveCD.

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You don't have to worry about scratches on the disc or misplacing your original media discs once you transfer their contents to the flash drive. The optical drive is quickly becoming a thing of the past, especially in office environments, as media is shifted to the cloud.

Not only does WinToFlash make the process about as easy as it can get, but it can also create Windows XP, Server 2003, and Server 2008 installers.

WinToFlash is a free download and is totally portable. It's an excellent tool to add to your USB-related utilities.

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September 29, 2009

Microsoft in the Battle Field – Will King remain the King?

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Google has already announced open source lightweight OS that is initially targeted towards netbooks, expected to be released in the 2nd half of 2010.

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Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS. We’re designing the OS to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you onto the web in a few seconds. The user interface is minimal to stay out of your way, and most of the user experience takes place on the web.

Google has invited the OS king Microsoft in the battle field by introducing this open source project. Microsoft is still struggling in the Search Business, but what about OS?

According to the geek stuff, people are speculating that following are advantages of Google Chrome OS:

  • Open Source
  • Netbooks are relatively cheaper
  • Speed
  • Security
  • Portability
  • Compatibility
  • Simplicity

But the some of the points were same for the MAC, but had Apple succeeded in it? No, coz still there are majority of users who prefer Windows, no matter that Apple’s MAC is being used in servers over security purposes.

The only features that had maintained Microsoft to the top level are comfort and compatibility and this help them again in achieving the same success again.

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August 25, 2009

Nokia’s Booklet 3G a ‘mini laptop’

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The King in mobile manufacturers, Nokia, rocked the world this morning by introducing its spin on the laptop, called the Booklet 3G. Nokia has announced today its debut in the world of computer systems. According to the announcement, the company plans to roll out its first Windows-based portable computer system, the Nokia Booklet 3G.

image The notebook comprises with an Atom processor and 10.1-inch display, but that screen is higher res than your average Eee, and it also sports integrated 3G wireless and a hot-swappable SIM card, still following it’s own niche. It looks to be running Windows 7, which isn't particularly netbooky, and also has integrated A-GPS with a copy of Ovi Maps, HDMI output, a rated 12 hour battery life, and the usual Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, all in a 2cm (.78 inch), 2.7lb aluminum body that's understated, sophisticated, and should make most Nokia fans very happy -- Nokia fans who are looking for a tiny laptop, anyway.

Well I’m not sure that whether this introductory notebook could beat Sony Vaio Mini.

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August 16, 2009

Easy steps to Update Apple's iPhone 3.0 software

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Easy steps to Update Apple's iPhone 3.0 software

Firstly, before anything else, make sure that the battery of the iPhone is fully charged, and also if you are using a laptop, make sure it is plugged into the power outlet or be ready with some alternate power source.

If you must use the battery on your laptop, make sure you have enough power to last through downloading a 200MB file, installing, and updating your phone. You don't want your laptop to die in the middle of your iPhone update, it might damage the phone.

Secondly, end users need to download and install iTunes 8 . iTunes 8 lets the phone communicates with the computer so it can be updated.

Next prepare to connect the iPhone to the computer with iTunes 8 software installed. Wait for sometimes until iTunes opens. When iTunes opens, select your iPhone under Devices in the Source List on the left and then navigate to 'iPhone Summary pane' and click the buttons for 'Check Update'.

In no time a message will appear click 'Download and Install' wait until the updates has finished and there you have it the new iPhone OS 3.0 software updates.

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Top iPhone Forums and Websites for Developers

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iPhone developers One of the best things about the iPhone is Apple’s openness to accepting new apps from independent developers. But getting your app on the iPhone is competitive, so how is your app supposed to stand out from the crowd? By checking out these websites and forums, you can keep up with all the news, issues and opinions about the iPhone, so that you’re better prepared to design something that Apple decides it just needs to have.

  • Apple Developer Connection: Developer.Apple.com is the official Apple Mac and iPhone website just for developers. Find submission information, technical resources and other important information you’ll need before sending in your app.
  • TalkiPhone.com: On this website, you’ll find iPhone news and forums all about software, hacking tips, bugs, new tools and apps, and more. You’ll learn about apps that are huge successes and which ideas have tanked.
  • everythingiCafe: This Apple community and blog supports a forum with threads about new phone releases, modifications, hacks, app ideas, software, and more.
  • iPhoneDeveloperTips.com: Here you’ll find tips from real iPhone developers. The editor of the site has personally designed the following apps: Snoop Doog, Bikini.com Supermodel Party, KT the Astrologer, iFishNet, iHuntNet, and IBC Mobile banking.
  • iPhoneDevSummit.com: The iPhone Developer Summit is a web space for sharing information about iPhone development and the annual developer conference.
  • The Apple Blog: Head to The Apple Blog for product reviews, Apple news, and information that can help you pinpoint the brand’s next move.
  • MacRumors: Forums: If you want to know the latest in underground iPhone news, visit this forum regularly. You may find out about bugs, tips for submitting apps, and more.
  • iPhone Dev SDK: This online community is all about iPhone developers. Get news and announcements, tools to help you with your app, networking support, and more.
  • iPhone World: iPhone World is all about iPhones: the website has a download section, store, reviews, wallpapers, and hacks page. Developers get news and insight into iPhone issues and problems that can inspire new app ideas.
  • iCodeBlog: This blog has tips and information for iPhone programmers. You’ll find tutorials, a forum, and more.

This post was contributed by Emily Thomas, who writes about the online colleges. She welcomes your feedback at Emily.Thomas31 [at] yahoo.com

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August 1, 2009

Digg Effect on Adsense CTR and Earnings

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Digg.com often will send a user base that is anti-ads. Digg users are most likely the most blind to ads, and Google ads.

If you read some of the comments in the thread at DigitalPoint Forums, you will notice that most enjoy getting digged, but the bottom line with AdSense is not that much of a difference. Here are some of users comments from the the Digital point discussion forum;

“Last week I had 10k for 2 days from digg.com but the CTR was only 0.01, only positive thins is you getting alot backlinks thats it.”
“I'm getting farked once and i get 27K of unique on 1 day and got my adsense increase about 3 to 4 dollar but i like free backlink more, looking to get more farked!”

“It would beat gambling on Digg and even if you did get on the front page, the traffic would be so untargetted it would probably be a waste of bandwidth if nothing else, although it may generate some links for you I guess.”

I enjoy being Dugg etc - only yesterday we were on the front page of Fark again.
Google adsense revenues were completely unaffected - as you would expect, while the rich media advertising raced ahead quite nicely as that is CPM based.
Our goal of being Dugg/Slashdotted/Farked is not direct revenue - but brand building though.
When I get hit, I see a nice increase in newsletter subscriptions, and following one memorable incident which lead to tons of blogs picking up on the story, our inbound links jumped significantly.
Being Farked etc is not about today's revenues - but about tomorrows boost to your website - which in the long term will earn you even more than a one day wonder hit.

The same experience was shared at Webmaster world. Here are some of user comments from the forum;

I have a website/blog that today got dugg beyond my expectations. At first I was happy and couldn't wait for the AS stats to refresh. But when they did, I found out that the only thing I got from digg was a waste of bandwidth. My CTR is 0.05% (!) and the impressions are over 30000 in the last three hours.
My question is: am I doing something wrong or is this normal with digg (i.e. digg users are not click-happy etc)

My site has been dugg several times, and I can confirm that you don't get much, if any, revenue from the digg crowd. I thik a lot of the tech-savvy digg viewers have ad-blockers installed anyway, and the others just ignore ads.

However, being dugg does wonders for your site long-term. I still get lots of traffic to my site to pages that were dugg last year - the simple mention helps those pages a lot in search rankings. The referrer is often digg.com itself.

Digg users being tech savvy are totally useless for generating bucks from Adsense. Is this useless to Digg the pages? What do you say?

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July 31, 2009

Points to remember while using twitter as business tool

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Twitter as a business tool Twitter is an excellent tool to which lets you update among 1000’s of people following you. It’s being widely used as one of the most successful marketing tool.

Here are few things that you should remember while using Twitter as a business tool. But keep in mind that your that you have to socialize also don’t use it for the business purpose alone.

  • Update your profile – Keep your profile updated and current with any new developments or projects currently in the works. This helps your customers understand where you are going as a business and it also makes them aware of any changes you have planned.
  • Stay professional – While it may be fun to get into a heated debate over who will win the Kentucky Derby, keep your tweeting business oriented. It is not a bad thing to express your opinion every once in a while, but do make sure that it falls directly in line with the mission statement and operating procedures of the company under whose name you are tweeting. If you are a sole proprietor, obviously you have the decision making power here, but if you are in business with others, develop a policy for how individuals will tweet.
  • Be personal – People like to know they are talking with actual people. In this age where digital voices prompting our actions are standard, people find great delight in the ability to communicate with intelligent human people who can actually listen and respond rather than deal with canned impersonal messages that don't meet their individual needs and desires.
  • Give to get – Do not, I repeat, do not, just spam your followers with announcements of new products or websites for them to look at. Converse with them, answer their questions and ask them exactly what they are looking for. Once again, be human and socialize with them. It is ok to interact with your customer online the same way you interact in a face to face meeting, just keep it professional.
  • Use tracking devices – Implement the use of hashtags and other tracking devices as searchable references for your customers. This makes it easy for them to follow you and your business developments. The easier it is to follow you and what you are doing, the better chance you have they will actually do it. Let your customers know when you have initiated a new search term and what those terms mean to them. Your business is about helping the customer get to your product as easy as possible. Hashtags are a great tool to help this happen.
  • Make their life easy – While conversing with your prospects, make sure to ask if there is anything they believe your business can do to improve - and then listen. Customer feedback is one of the most valuable tools to a business. What better way to get feedback than online when you are already in conversation with them? You can develop customer loyalty simply through listening to and responding to their opinions.

The biggest mistake I was making on Twitter is tweeting only like a deaf machine. What i used to do is I was tweeting like this “Google announced RSS ads - link:” I was never replying to @messages. Don’t be a machine like I was, whose work is to post and post only, check your replies and messages, respond to questions and be human. Business is build with strong relation so don’t forget about it.

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10 Funniest SEO Cartoon Images

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Here is the collection of 10 funny SEO cartoons from the DailySEOBlog. SEO has never been so funny. Check out them.

The changed Algorithm

Link Baits

http://toonrefugee.com/toonblog/category/seo-cartoons 

Send them a candy

http://www.seomoz.org/blog/a-collection-of-rands-searchrelated-comics

The most Searched Keyword

http://seomization.blogspot.com/2007/11/keywords-popular-most-top.html

More uses of the Nofollow tag

Socialites

http://www.yourseomentor.com/category/seo-cartoons

The Date

http://www.webconfs.com/seo-comics.php

The SEO Birthday Card

http://www.rankedhard.com/an-seo-birthday-card.php

What is SEO ?

Hold it – Ranks !

http://webconfs.com/seo-comics.php

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Crunchpad by TechCrunch a Web Tablet for $300

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TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington touch-screen tablet for Web will be revealed end of this July. The device will not have a hard drive or keyboard and it will boot directly into the browser with a Linux-based operating system and a WebKit-based browser. The Crunchpad will cost less than $300.

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Other features are:16 millimeters thick with a screen of at least 12 inches that is flush with the aluminum case, comes in different colors, support Flash and run on Intel Atom chipset.

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July 30, 2009

Twitter in process of moving in a new direction

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Twitter has a new page with much more attraction than the old one. Twitter is in process of moving in a new direction and the new home page is one of the big step of it.

New One

Comparing the old homepage to the new homepage sheds an enormous amount of light on Twitter’s ambitions with its microblogging platform.

Old One:

Here’s the old description text:

“Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co-workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?”

And here’s the new text:

“Share and discover what’s happening right now, anywhere in the world”

Twitter has not yet completely changed with the new evidence. Here is the example to prove it. You’ll see the session page (displayed after wrong username, password entered) same as the old one.

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July 20, 2009

Two Ways to get 10k Visitors Per Day

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10,000 Visitors a Day Traffic plays a key role in a success of a website or a blog. How much you are best whatever best you have written in your blog, that doesn’t matter if your site in not getting in any traffic. We all always struggle to get some good traffic. Well today I’m discussing two ways to build decent traffic. But yes, I would suggest you to not to use them till you have some good number of post or users.

The first way I'm going to share with you is by using uSocial.net to generate paid social bookmarking votes on sites like Digg to increase your rankings. It's cheap, extremely fast and you have the potential to get much more than just 10,000 visitors in a day. It would be beneficial for you if you don’t have good social media reputation (means friends & followers). 

Digg First Page With a site like uSocial you can buy Diggs, increase your twitter followers, -- for example -- and if you receive a front-page listing on the site you'll receive a massive influx of traffic to your site, in some cases as many as 100,000 or more in a day.

Another way to get huge traffic to your website is viral marketing. Viral Marketing is a marketing technique used to build the public awareness of ones product or company. They use many forms of media to reach out to the public without actually promoting the product by riding on in other forms of addictive means that could get a person hooked and be obliged or amused to actually pass it on, with the product or company advertisement along with it.

If people like the content of a media they will pass it on to their friends and family. They sponsor the certain media, such as a cool flash game, funny video, amusing story and such, which one may pass on to others with the company brand or logo or the products description to help promote the company or its product.

Many big companies have tried viral marketing and have had success stories with it. A classic example is Microsoft's Hotmail. They were the first known big company to utilize the scheme and it has worked wonders for them.

It would be wonderful to aware the audience about your site but you need to polish your site before awaring them about it. I mean reasonable amount of post for blogs and users for networking site. My blog’s example is best fitting for the reason.

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July 17, 2009

Bad Comments Tricks that you Shouldn’t Do

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photo-comment Commenting on blogs is a good way to build relations and brand yourself in the crowd. This also brings you some good traffic. But it also leaves an impression on the blog’s author & the followers readers. A wise comment is always appreciated. Majority of the people clicks to know about the personality who has shared such a valuable information on the others platform and this make them your permanent reader. So leave your impression with a good remark or point.

Here are few common mistakes of the commenters experienced by Ramkarthik which you shouldn’t follow:

1. Keyword/Blog Name as Your Name

If you are a regular commentator on few big blogs, you would have noticed that few people comment using a keyword. When you use a keyword as a name when you comment, you will get a bad impression in the author’s mind and also in the minds of few of the blog’s readers. Use you own name when commenting on other blogs.

2. One Word Comment:

I always use to think why people post reply in one word. You would have seen comments like “Nice”, “Great Post” etc. These comments provide no value to the post. At least expand your comment a little. The author knows that the blog post is nice. If not, he/she wouldn’t have posted it. Make a bigger comment even if it is not adding any information to the post.

3. Adding Your Blog’s URL At The End:

Every blogger will see you as a spammer when you post your blog URL at the end of your without adding any information to the post. You should provide URL’s only if it is highly necessary or you can use the field provided for it.

4. Making Comments Without Reading The Post:

You might be surprised to see this, but indeed there are few who does this. I have experienced it myself. To prove it, you just make a post with a Title not related to the post. You might get one or two commentators posting comments related to the title. This normally happens when you have the Top Commentators Plugin installed. People read the title and make a comment which is related to it and not to the blog post.

5. Commenting Continuously And Then Stopping Once You Have Reached The Top Commentators:

I have experienced this one also in my blog. I get 5 comments in a row and once the commentator’s name comes to the Top Commentators, he/she will leave the blog. They won’t make any more comments. Commenting continuously is not a bag thing. But commenting to the Top Commentators and then stopping it once you have reached there is a dumb act.

6. Commenting By Other Blogger’s Name And URL:

This one is a known issue which I saw in Kumiko’s blog. It is surprising to see people using other people’s URL and Name when commenting. What is the use yo you when you do like that? You only give the author of the blog, one minute happiness because when he/she sees the comment, they will surely get happy.

7. Using Other People’s Avatar:

In few blogs, you can see the avatar by the side of the name. Few people steal other blogger’s avatar and make comments. The avatar that appears will be the same as the one which you use in MyBlogLog. So few people steal other’s avatars and few people steal others’ blog in MyBlogLog too.

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June 29, 2009

Facebook The Movie: Evolution of the Social Network

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Facebook : The Movie More than 200 million of us are active Facebook users, but have you imagined that the major social network facebook evolution history will convert to a blockbuster movie? No?

Columbia Pictures sure hopes so, as it advances its plan to bring Facebook’s founding story to the big screen.

The movie, titled “The Social Network”, is scheduled to start production later this year, and Columbia is in advanced talks to put David Fincher, director of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in the director’s chair, reports Variety. “Scott Rudin and Michael De Luca are producing with Trigger Street’s Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti”, adds the industry mag, and Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good Men, The American President, Malice, Charlie Wilson’s War) wrote the script.

The film will tell the story of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as he scaled the site from a Harvard dorm room to the world’s most popular social network.

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June 27, 2009

Google Wave – New way to communicate on WEB

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Google Wave Google Wave is a product that helps users communicate and collaborate on the web.

A "wave" is equal parts conversation and document, where users can almost instantly communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

Watch the demo video below:

And Here's an image preview of just some of the aspects of this new tool.

Google Wave

What is a wave?

A wave is equal parts conversation and document.People can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

A wave is shared. Any participant can reply anywhere in the message, edit the content and add participants at any point in the process. Then playback lets anyone rewind the wave to see who said what and when.

A wave is live. With live transmission as you type, participants on a wave can have faster conversations, see edits and interact with extensions in real-time.

Google Wave is also a platform with a rich set of open APIs that allow developers to embed waves in other web services and to build extensions that work inside waves.

What is the Google Wave API?

The Google Wave API allows developers to use and enhance Google Wave through two primary types of development:

  • Extensions: Build robot extensions to automate common tasks or build gadget extensions to provide a new way for users to interact
  • Embed: Make your site more collaborative by dropping in a Wave

Signup to receive mail alert when Google Wave will be live.

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June 26, 2009

How to update your Social Media Profiles Daily

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Updating Social Media Profiles Visiting your all social profiles daily might be a difficult task for you. But you can make it easier by limiting their numbers and updating the major profiles. Here are the few tips which might help you.

Tips to update your Social Profiles Daily and Stay in Touch:

  • Twitter: Check Twitter once or twice daily. You’ll miss some stuff, but that’s the nature of Twitter anyway. Scanning tweets is easy, so go through them quickly, and respond to anything appropriate.
  • MyBlogLog: Check your community page once daily. Visit each new community member’s profile page and leave them a thank you message. If your community is growing slowly, you might decide to do this weekly. Each thank you should be as personalized as possible, but you don’t have to go crazy.

    The beauty of MyBlogLog is seeing who continues to visit your site. If you see people in the widget that are there regularly, visit their profiles, consider adding them as contacts and leave thank you messages.

  • RSS Reader / Blogs: I try and scan my RSS Reader no more than 3 or 4 times a day. It will depend on how many feeds you’re watching, and how you’ve got them categorized. But you should be able to get a clear picture of what’s important to you very quickly.

    Avoid a growing reading list that becomes unmanageable. If you see something interesting in your RSS Reader, check it out as quickly as possible (even if you’re scanning it) and comment if appropriate. But once you start saving a ton of bookmarks to be read at a later date it’s unlikely you’ll ever find the time.

  • Technorati & Linkbacks: Once a day, check Technorati (and other means) for tracking links back to your blog. Visit each of the sites that link to you. If they’re running MyBlogLog, they’ll see that you took the time, and that builds goodwill. A simple “thank you” comment is OK too.
  • StumbleUpon: StumbleUpon is by far and away the best social media site out there. For this reason I’ve separated it out from the group below. Staying active on StumbleUpon is as easy as voting on stories you like. But in order to really build out your profile you need to spend more time.

    But the 10-minute daily approach is even simpler. Track who stumbles stories on your blog, befriend them, and then send them a message through StumbleUpon. The last step, sending a message, is one that I’ve just started, in the hopes that I can make a more personal connection with stumblers interested in my subject matter.

  • Social Media & Bookmarking Sites: I have to lump the group of them together, because there are too many to list. These include: digg, Sphinn, Shoutwire, Propeller, reddit and many, many others. Personally, I don’t think it’s possible to focus on more than 2 or 3 at any given time. The 10-minute daily guide to building your profiles on these sites is simple:
    1. Vote daily on a handful of posts.
    2. Submit weekly; at least 1 post, or preferably 5-10.

The Goals of Building Your Social Media Profile

The goals are simple:

  1. Develop meaningful relationships
  2. Build targeted traffic

If you choose to spend more time building your social media profile, you’ll likely get better results. But that doesn’t mean you need to or should spend hours per day. And always keep top-of-mind what you’re trying to accomplish, because it’s easy to get carried away and build up your profile for the sake of doing so.

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June 23, 2009

Adsense Introduces Large Font Ads

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Google AdSense Today AdSense Introduces the new feature to change the font size of the ads. This is the most common feature voted by the most of the publishers to be immigrated in Google AdSense.

Introduction by AdSense Official Blog “Inside AdSense: Default font size increased”.

This change will affect your ad units if you haven't yet customized your font sizes, or if your ad units are set to 'AdSense default font size' -- you'll notice that the text in your ad units is now the equivalent of 'medium' instead of 'small'. We decided to make this change based on publisher feedback and our testing, which showed that this increased font size improved performance.

Notice difference between Small Font sized ad and Large Font size ad:

     Small/Normal Font Ad

Adsense Small Font Ad

   Large Font Ad

Adsense Small Font Ad

This feature might help publisher in getting good CTR and hence affects the overall revenue.

How to change your ad’s Font size:

 

 

 

 

 

You can also modify the font size of your preferred Ad block by changing the ads settings in Manage Ads section.

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May 29, 2009

Microsoft Bing to Challenge Google Search

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Microsoft Bing Microsoft is set to launch it’s new Search Service “Bing” within next week. Microsoft has already made a huge success in it’s Operating System revolution, Now it’s time for search too.

 

Bing is the third search engine project by Microsoft followed by Live Search which has replaced MSN.

Here is the Video Introduction of Bing.

Now I hope that this Search Engine revolution will not be continued any more by Microsoft. All the best to Bing.

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May 16, 2009

How to Reinstate your disabled Adsense Account

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  In my post “Make Google to gift you an Adsense Account” I told you that it’s easy to get back a disabled Adsense account rather than getting the new one. Also I would advice you to not create more than one Adsense Account coz it's against Adsense TOS and if they found you committing that than surely they’ll disable all your accounts. So today I’m sharing the way with which I’ve got my disabled adsense account back.

Last year on July 9, I got a shocking email from Adsense Team that my account will be disabled within 7days. Although I was getting my all earned money through standard routine, but kicking out the program was really a great shock for me. Here is the snap of the mail I got from Adsense Team.Adsense Account Disabled Email

The exact reason due to which they have disabled my account is that I was using online advertising to drive traffic to my site (not this one). Moreover the content on the blog was not very good.

So that’s the whole history about my account disability.

Now let’s see how I convinced Google to reinstate my account.

I started appealing Google Adsense Team by accepting my fault and make them understood that I was unaware of this policy and also make them sure that I’ll not commit the mistake in future.

I sent over 9-10 emails to them and received only 2 replies. After few days I got an email that they have accepted my request and if I could provide them a good site with good content then they’ll be willing to reconsider my participation in Adsense program again. Here is a snapshot of the email.

Appeal Adsense Email

After I received this email from them I got excited and started a new blog(this one) with original and good quality content . After I created the blog with over 25 articles then I again sent an email to the Adsense team with the link to this blog. This time I got an email as follows.

Appeal Adsense Email 

Yes! I got my account back. From then onwards I’m playing the game with proper rules, and you know now the Game is going on very smoothly and better than the last one.

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May 15, 2009

Inside a Google Server

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Google hardly talks about it’s servers in any means. On 1st of April it unveils it’s servers configuration to CNET. Lets have a small look over it provided by ars technica.

Google Server Each Google server is hooked to an independent 12V battery to keep the units running in the event of a power outage. Data centers themselves are built and housed in shipping containers (we've seen Sun pushing this trend as well), a practice that went into effect after the brownouts of 2005. Each container holds a total of 1,160 servers and can theoretically draw up to 250kW. Those numbers might seem a bit high for a data center optimized for energy efficiency—it breaks down to around 216W per system—but there are added cooling costs to be considered in any type of server deployment. These sorts of units were built for parking under trees (or at sea, per Google's patent application).

Google Server

By using individual batteries hooked to each server (instead of a UPS), the company is able to use the available energy much more efficiently (99.9 percent efficiency vs. 92-95 percent efficiency for a typical battery) and the rack-mounted servers are 2U with 8 DIMM slots. Ironically, for a company talking about power efficiency, the server box in question is scarcely a power sipper. The GA-9IVDP is a custom-built motherboard—I couldn't find any information about it in Gigabyte's website—but online research and a scan of Gigabyte's similarly named products implies that this is a Socket 604 dual-Xeon board running dual Nocono (Prescott) P4 processors.

It seems that’s a perfect server. What do you say?

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May 14, 2009

Enabling right click on right click disabled Websites in Firefox

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Enabling right click on right click disabled Websites in Firefox Have you got frustrated by the websites who doesn't lets you right click on them in order to prevent copying of their materials? If yes, then smile coz today I’m here with a trick in firefox which lets you to do so.

I would advice you to not to use this trick to possess some illegal copying. You can use the matter for generating ideas but don’t do copy & paste.

Here is the technique:

  • Go to Tools > Options.
  • Click on the Content tab.
  • Click the Advanced button against the Enable JavaScript Check Box.

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  • Find theDisable or replace context menuscheck box in the next window Uncheck this box.

All done.

Image & Trick Credit: Thanks WebToolsandTips

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May 6, 2009

Another Adsense Optimization Webinar

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Another Adsense Optimaztion Webinar Another Google Adsense Optimization Webinar will be held tomorrow. Discussions related to optimization of ads will be there. It is recommended to join the event and register for the same as soon as possible.

Herein I’m disclosing the details of the webinar.

Google Adsense Optimization Webinar

Date: Thursday May 7, 2009 | Friday May8 , 2009 (Indian Standard Time)
Time: 6:30 pm PDT (GMT -07:00) | 7:00 AM Indian Standard Time (GMT +5.30)
Registration: https://googleonline.webex.com/googleonline/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=366085742

As you all are aware that they cannot accommodate more that first 500 entries, so register as soon as possible, I've done my job, and I think that this webinar will be helpful for you too.

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