Monthly Archives: April 2009

Adsense Orientation – Adsense Webinar for Newbie

image Google is hosting a webinar for those who are new to world of Google Adsense. If you’re new to AdSense and would like help with getting started with your account, than this Webinar is just for you.

This webinar will cover the basics of the Adsense like placing ads, tweaking of ads and also you can ask your preferred question thru chat.

Information about this event:
Topic: AdSense Orientation
Host: The Google AdSense Team
Date and Time: April 23, 2009 6:30 pm, Pacific Daylight Time (GMT -07:00, San Francisco)
Register Now for your space.

Google can accommodate a maximum of 500 people, so it is recommended to register at the even as soon as possible.

Here you can see an example of the Adsense Optimization Webinar which was held on June 30, 2005.

Adding a folder in Control Panel and My Computer

With Folder2MyPc, a freeware program which allows you to add any folders and programs in “My Computer” and “Control Panel”.

This a smart Windows Application which may be useful for you.

You can mount any application in My Computer and also you can customize it’s behavior that whether you want to open it in new window or the same one.

Here is a screenshot of the application:

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You can edit or remove the mounted folder or application from my computer and Control Panel at any time by clicking the Edit / Remove tab inFolder2MyPc.

You can also customize the folder icon which you want to mount in My computer or control panel.

Download Folder2MyPc Now!

Thanks TechNixUpdate.

Google as a Torrent Search Engine

Google Using Google’s Custom Search Engine, a guy has created a Google based torrent search engine unofficially on the Google Site.

 

It means that you don’t really need sites like Mininova or The Pirate Bay to find torrents; you can simply use Google which crawls thousands of torrent tracker sites, big and small, and get direct links to torrents. Want a screener of current hit, X-Men origins – Wolverine? Use this Google query and you’ve got it.

Is Google, then, the next in line for assisting in making copyright content available?

If it weren’t too big to be sued, it probably would be.

How to disable UAC from Windows Vista

Most of the time you have faced a problem that your progress slowed right down when the User Account Control security prompt pops up, but it happens a lot of the time.

You can disable that feature using few simple steps.

Follow the below steps to stop UAC from coming in your way, but it is recommended that you should turn this feature off in your personal computer only.

Open the Control Panel

Click User Accounts and Family SafetyTurn User Account Control on or off

In the window that opens, clear the Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer box and click OK.

That’s all, you’re done.

Google To Introduce Pay Per View in YouTube

YouTube Pay Per ViGoogle is planning to better monetize it’s free video sharing site YouTube. So far, they were monetizing YouTube thru  advertising-supported service, but now they plans to build payment mechanisms into its video-sharing site.

So what’s the deal?

Google’s CEO said:

"With respect to how it’ll get monetized, our first priority is on the advertising side. We do expect over time to see micropayments and other forms of subscription models coming as well. We’ll be announcing additional things in that area literally very, very soon."

Although YouTube’s service is much popular , but it is also very expensive to operate, and Google has been working hard for months to come up with a more successful financial formula for sharing video.

Most of the Google’s Services are free to use, if they are planning so with the video sharing site, I think that will not make a hole in our pocket. But Yes, It will impose a limitation on me to use the service.

Well, I don’t feel that introduction of Pay Per View Concept will affect us so hard, coz there are many Video sharing alternatives to YouTube which would help us.

The major drawback of this concept for me and other publishers is the shared videos that are embedded on blogs and websites, but I hope that Google would have a solution for that too.