Pixelotto ¡And do it again!

Opposite to what I thought at a first time, five days ago Pixelotto has been release and collected in that day, more than 80 thousand dollars, with many mini banners in the site. There is no doubt that Alex Tew has businessman’s blood.

About Pixelotto’s release, that same day the BBC published an article about what Alex Tew did in the past. They tell that Alex didn’t want to invest in other business ideas, but in buying a house. Could the best business be, the one in which we don’t invest?

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Wired Top Gadgets of the year

Wired has tried and decided. Their machines and gadgets annual test has experimented with more than 300 devices and these are the winners:


The best of the best mobile telephones is the Motorola Q, a smartphone that besides working uses as center of entertainment. In the category of smartphones, follow the blackberry Pearl 8100 and the Samsung SPH-A900 as fashion telephone. If we want a mobile with camera, they recommend the Helium Hero, and if we prefer music, the LG Fusic.

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Google will sell adds in fifty newspapers

Google will begin to sell advertising in 50 newspapers of the big USA cities, as the company announced yesterday, in diaries like The New York Times, The Washington Post and others newspapers like Gannet and McClatchy. Up to fifty newspapers and hundred advertisers will take part in this experiment.

And we said experiment because it is a three month long test, as an example of how Google tries to expand beyond the net, including projects of advertising in radio and television.

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RetailMeNot, to save money in online stores

Under the same style as BugMeNot, place in which a user shares his information to accede to commercial sites (magazines or online diaries for example); now there has been thrown RetailMeNot.

RetailMeNot to save money

RetailMeNot is a free service that helps to find discount coupons for online services. Simply coarse to write a web address and RetailMeNot will show a list of coupons, which have been provided by other users of the web.

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Making money with YouTube

Yesterday they signed the contract and today services are announced… According to the British diary dailymail, YouTube’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).

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10 Cool Ways To Make Money Online

1. Online advertising – On the Internet, a smartly organized small business may get excellent results, often competing side by side with larger corporations. Internet advertising is on an ascending trend, which shows plenty of potential for the near and distant future. As traditional media outlets struggle to keep costs down and become more attractive for potential advertisers, the virtual space offers any business the opportunity to achieve amazing results with a budget that is only a fraction of what an advertiser would pay to get the same ROI through traditional media. Using programs such as Google Adsense, placing affiliate banners on your site and making the most out of pixel advertising are all amazing ways to make some money.
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Are Made for AdSense Sites Ruining Search Results?

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.
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Better Than Google AdSense?

Which would you prefer? Collecting 5¢ 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.
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The Focus Group: Advertisers are inventing new ways into the consumer’s head

My research department doesn’t know it, but I’m killing all our focus groups.” So spoke Cammie Dunaway, chief marketing officer at Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO ), at a Silicon Valley conference in September. Dunaway doesn’t plan to harm the groups of innocents that marketers have long assembled in beige conference rooms to observe behind two-way mirrors, like zoo animals, as they hold forth about coffee and shampoo preferences. But she does want to put the two-way-mirror manufacturers out of business.
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Internet advertising up 38 percent in first quarter

U.S. Internet advertising surged 38 percent to a record $3.9 billion in the first quarter as marketers moved additional dollars to the Web, according to data released on Tuesday.

The Interactive Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers surveyed leading companies that sell advertising space online, including Yahoo Inc. and Google Inc. , which are benefiting as consumers spend more of their media and purchasing time on the Internet.
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