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How Does AdSense Work?

Whether you’ve been blogging for five minutes or five years, monetizing is one of those topics that almost always comes up. Should I try to make money from blogging? Can people really make a living online? How should I try to make money from my blog? Google AdSense is one of the most common ways to monetize, though I’ll warn you ... Read More »

Google reaches settlement with Russia in Android antitrust case

Google has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) relating to a dispute involving its Android mobile operating system. The complaint, originally filed a few years back by Russian search engine provider Yandex, accused Google of abusing its dominance in the marketplace by requiring that certain apps be pre-loaded on Android devices sold in Russia. Google ... Read More »

Google has been quietly working on a new service that manages job applications for recruiters

It seems Google is adding yet another string to its already very packed bow. The company has quietly launched a new job advertising service that manages applications for recruiters. The platform has been named “Google Hire,” naturally. It appears that the service was developed by Bebop, the startup created by VMware co-founder and former chief executive Diane Greene that Google ... Read More »

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

Adding Google Analytics to WordPress is a painless process. There are numerous ways to do it. Today, we will follow some simple steps to get it added. There is a plugin in the WordPress Plugin Repository that allows us to not only add the Google Analytics code, but load it in such a way that passes the Google PageSpeed Insights ... Read More »

Monetizing a Site Through AdSense

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There is a lot of misconception about Google AdSense; many marketers see it as one of the most rudimentary ways to monetize your site. As such many markets prefer to build affiliate sites, spend an age writing sales driven content, building email lists to try and sell on the back end, but the most important aspect of getting the sale ... Read More »

Google’s Project Fi starts testing Voice over LTE support

It only works while you are on the T-Mobile network

Google’s Project Fi has a number of forward thinking features, such as the ability to seamlessly switch between networks depending on the best available signal, using your data allowances abroad without paying any extra roaming charges, and even being credited back for whatever data you don’t use in a monthly cycle. The goal, according to the company, has never been ... Read More »

Google Maps now lets you create and share lists of places

Google Maps now lets you create and share lists of places

Google Maps already allowed saving places of interest within its mobile app into a single “saved” tab. Now, the company is expanding upon the functionality on its iOS and Android apps with the ability to save places into multiple categorized lists which can then be shared with others. There are three preset lists that serve as basic examples of how ... Read More »

YouTube opens up mobile live streaming to popular users

YouTube originally announced mobile live streaming back in mid-2016, but so far it had only made the feature available in limited form to a select group of partners. Today the company is expanding its reach to anyone with more than 10,000 subscribers ahead of a full rollout later in 2017. The company already supports live streaming from a computer but ... Read More »

Google Support says Pixel audio issues are related to the hardware, not software no refunds offered

Google previously said a software update would fix the problem.Google’s Pixel smartphones may be considered the best Android devices available right now, but they’re certainly not without their issues. One of the handsets’ reported problems involves audio distortion when the volume is at its highest level. This was initially thought to be a software problem, but a Google Support specialist ... Read More »