Ads for Adobe PDF inserts Yahoo! Ads (pay-per-click or CPC) into PDF files when viewed inside Adobe Acrobat Writer or Adobe Reader software. Each time the PDF content is viewed, targeted ads are dynamically matched by Yahoo to the content of the document. The publisher receives anonymized reports about which ads ran alongside which published content.
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Create a phone directory of all your Facebook Friends in one click - it has the telephone numbers, name and profile pictures of your Facebook friends neatly arranged on one page ready to print.
Do you want to move your blog from Blogger to WordPress. This blog platform migration guide will help you make a shift from Blogger to WordPress without affecting your search engine traffic, Google Juice and keeping your RSS subscriber count intact.
Google has added OpenID support in Blogger comments engine – that means if you are logged into WordPress, TypePad, LiveJournal or any of the other OpenID supported services, you can leave a comment on Blogger Blogs using the same credentials.
Rating widget on your blog to collect feedback from your readers. Then access your blog's Rating Intelligence Report to see running data on how your audience is rating your content.
find bathrooms wherever you're going - type the zip code or the city name.
WorldTV lets you bookmark and playlist web video - you can create your own full screen, high definition web TV player.
Microsoft Office Live Workspace beta enables you to use Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, with your online workspaces. You will be able to open documents located in Office Live Workspace directly from Microsoft Office Word, Office Excel, and Office PowerPoint. You will also be able to save files directly from Microsoft Office Word, Office Excel, and Office PowerPoint to your Microsoft Office Live Workspace.
Ads for Adobe PDF enables publishers to monetize their PDF content through advertising. When a recipient opens a PDF document from a commercial publisher participating in this program, ads will be dynamically matched and displayed in a panel adjacent to the content. The publishers are eligible to be paid for valid clicks on the ads.
Googling your name or ego-surfing is easy on blogs and sites that offer RSS feeds but how do you track your name on web pages, message boards and mailing lists that are without RSS Feeds. Read this guide.
Now imagine that the network is the blogosphere where new blogs spring into existence every day. And as they do, these newly minted bloggers are aspiring to make money. They set up their blog, pick a unique topic, research Google ads and affiliate programs, and they start writing content. But they are in for big disappointment, because in order to make money from blogging, they'll need more than good, original content - they need traffic.
Forget email overload, the latest problem is invitation spam in Facebook from people who are your friends on Facebook.
If you can move through the noise on blogs, depending on the subject they might be a great way to get insight on what people are thinking.
You can add essential business information to your WHOIS search results page including company description, business contact information, references, hours of operation, products and services offered, and current promotions. Businesses can even advertise whether their domain name is for sale in their WHOIS search results.
Aaron – The big problem with blogging is that there is an echo effect to it, and bloggers end up chasing the same keywords that other bloggers are targeting, and many of these have limited commercial viability.
Jajah, Jangl and Jaxtr have very similar-sounding names and what further adds to the confusion is that all of them are in the web-calling (VoIP) space each trying to make their presence strong on online social networks and at the same time, grab a piece of pie from big daddy Skype.
Search engines love to find things that search engine optimizers have a difficult time in manipulating -- such as domain age -- because they feel like this helps them to keep their index/rankings pure.