How to Improve Your Adsense Revenue 2015

Today is a continuation in the mini-Adsense series that I am going to share with you. As mentioned in a previous post, I was able to attend an Adsense in Your City Event. In this series I want to share with you both what I learned at the event and what I have discovered about Adsense along the way. I am assuming at this point that you already have Adsense running on your blog. If

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What Is Google Adsense & How Does It Work?

So what exactly is Google Adsense? What is Google Adsense? Google Adsense is a CPC (cost-per-click) advertising program that allows publishers (anyone wanting to put ads on their websites) to insert a small amount of HTML into their sites and have ads appear that are targetted and relevant to the content of the site. The good news is that Adsense is about the easiest way for bloggers or webmasters to start making money with their sites. After installing

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GTalk is officially dead, long live Hangouts

 Google Talk, the 9-year old instant messaging service, has finally been killed by the internet giant. Popularly known as GTalk, the service will now be replaced by Google’s Hangouts; the two have co-existed since 2013. The news about the retirement of GTalk had been announced by Google’s product manager for Voice and Hangouts, Mayur Kamat, on February 16 via a blog post. Though the service is officially dead, it can still be accessed via third-party

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Google pays a whooping $25 million to buy web domain

Google just paid $25 million for exclusive rights to the “.app” top-level web domain. Google decided to apply for new top-level domains (TLDs) way back in 2012, four years after ICANN, the organization that controls the world’s domain names, decided to expand the overall number of generic TLDs. Google applied for dozens at the time, including .docs, .android, .free, .fyi, .foo, and, of course, .app. ICANN has been gradually auctioning off the different domains since

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