Yesterday they signed the contract and today services are announced… According to the British diary dailymail, YouTubeâ€™s users might get a slice of the advertising revenue on the pages containing their uploaded videos. Will it be AdSense? There is nothing confirmed yet, but witch other system could be.
YouTube has turned into one of the most popular sites in the net, with more than 100 millions of video clips seen per day and approximately 72 millions of users.
On the other hand, many people think that the acquisition of YouTube’s by Google could make force on Yahoo in order to buy Facebook, the second most popular social site in Internet. As said by the diary, Yahoo! has offered approximately US$ 790 million dollars for Facebook (application very used by university students who store their information and also share with friends).
Eioba have published a very good article about the nine most spoken myths around Google Adsense, such as:
1. Wide ads (336×280, 300×250 and 250×250) are effective in many sites, we must included in ours.
2. Is more beneficial to develop sites that use better paid keywords words.
3. High Traffic + High CTR = High Income.
4. Be careful if your traffic suddenly increases, Google may think that you are doing spamming.
Few nights ago I saw a documental in the Deutsche Welle fully dedicated to Google. It didnâ€™t bring very novel information; but what called my attention were the direct critiques that they did against Google Inc.
The documental basically focuses in two points of view, which made it entertaining: From the first approach, more technical, they comment Google’s history, how it organizes the information, the services that it gives; and from the other hand, the history of a youngster who handles easier her life thanks to Google.
So, from the first approach, the experts criticize hardly the tremendous monopoly Google is turning into – already, 80 % of the searches in Germany carries out with this search engine-, the few information that the company provides to the press, the censorship in China allowed by economic interests, between other things.
The term â€˜inbound linksâ€™ is becoming quite the buzz in the search engine optimization industry, and itâ€™s clear why. Inbound links have been found to make significant and positive contributions to the overall range, popularity and traffic of a website that uses it. What exactly are inbound links and how can you use them to improve your own site? Read on to understand.
You must do a keyword analysis in order to make sure you are choosing the right keywords for your website. A lot of companies make the mistake of creating their website using keywords they assume people would use to find their website. There is sometimes a difference in the keywords you would use in searching for your website and what your potential customers would use in searching for your website.
It’s happened to you. You’ve searched for something on Google and several promising results appear. You click on a link, but when you get to the site all you see are a few ads and nothing even remotely close to what you searched for. So you go back to the search results and try again, only it happens again and again until you finally find a page with some decent content…or frustration sets in and you give up all together.
Why does this happen? How come in this day and age Google can’t give you the results you’re looking for? A large part of the answer is the growing number of made for AdSense (MFA) sites on the web today. MFA sites are designed for the sole purpose of getting you to click on a Google AdSense advertisement.
Which would you prefer? Collecting 5Â¢ per click from Google AdSense? Or collecting $50 per sale from CBprosense? Sounds simple? Maybe it is simple. Nonetheless, there are details, and heaven and hell are in the details!
First, in the interest of full disclosure, let me point out that I am presently a CBprosense user. I have used Google AdSense in the past, and decided to switch.
Google Adsense is a simple online business model where you allow advertisers to show their relevant advertisements (in short ads) on your website. When your visitors click on their ads, you earn a fee.
This pay-per-click model gives a good passive income which can grow to very big sizeable earnings if done correctly. However, in order to be successful in building up this passive income, you must get 5 secret components done correctly.
Many people when I tell them about Performancing.com are interested in making an income from blogging. The idea of sitting in your underpants writing about something you enjoy and making money at it certainly is an attractive one. Inevitably though people ask me if anyone can do it. My answer is a qualified ‘yes’ …
First, youâ€™ll have to tell Google whether youâ€™re a company or a one-man
show. Thatâ€™s important because it tells them where to send the money. (In
general, itâ€™s better to get your money by direct deposit; Google charges for express mail checks.) Youâ€™ll also have to choose whether you
want content-based ads, search ads or both. (Content-based ads are
better but Iâ€™ll tell you how to benefit from each.)