We screwed up, sorry @problogger

Posted on Jun 1, 2009 in Blogging

We recently wrote a post containing exaggerated accusations which made Darren Rowse (@problogger) look really bad. Haven’t we all screwed something up in the past? Probably yes, but nonetheless, Mark and me seriously did something utterly wrong. Our post was neither well elaborated nor based on any real evidence. It was more a personal attack [...]

Having Non Relevant AdSense on your Front-page?

Posted on May 25, 2009 in AdsenseAdvertisingBlogging

Suffering from the Public Service Ads (PSA), RSS feed or blogging related ads? Your not alone :) It is time for a new project apart from DuoBlogger, and Hendrik advised me to buy an old domain rather than a whole website. So I went out and searched Google and ended up at some Indian website [...]

How to integrate AdSense in Analytics

Posted on May 11, 2009 in AdsenseBlogging
Integrating AdSense into Analytics

This guide about integrading adsense into analytics will include a video (see below) and will cover the benefits of doing so. Google is all about simplicity, sometimes ;), which also goes for adsense. If you have 1 google account, you can merge all the google services into one account. Simple as that – from Blogger [...]

Wolfram Alpha’s Search Engine – Google Killer?

Posted on May 2, 2009 in Blogging
wolfram alpha search engine

The newly anticipated search engine: Wolfram Alpha, will air sometime in may 2009. This video from YouTube explains well what it does, although it’s a bit blurry because it isn’t HD quality. We personally haven’t been able to test it out, however the embed video from YouTube will walk you through the possibilities of the [...]

AdSense category filter – should we use it?

Posted on Apr 27, 2009 in AdsenseAdvertisingBlogging
category_filtering_beta

Another tab was added for the beta testers under “AdSense Setup” which allows you to filter ads for specific categories. To be more precise read the information below. Quote from the AdSense Blog: “Category filtering will give publishers the ability to block ads that fall into specific categories such as dating, religion, and politics. Regardless [...]

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