All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘AdSense’
Harvard Business School professor Benjamin Edelman believes Google is profiting from and encouraging typosquatting by placing ads on trademark infringing made-for-AdSense websites. As co-counsel in a class action suit, Edelman suggests Google could be making money from a million domains or more.
Google seems to be embracing the Halloween spirit a little early this year. Its announcement regarding two new Analytics features might be interpreted as a trick, for example, since they’re in private beta without a release date. Then, for a treat, there’s not one but four new features that should arrive much sooner.
If you saw the post from the Google Analytics Blog this morning announcing the updated user interface and thought that was all they had up their sleeves—you’re wrong. The UI is just the updated wrapping to go with major upgrades coming to Google Analytics in the coming weeks. (Update: the official announcement.)
The Adsense-meets-Feedburner era has officially begun. As mentioned here, the slow "Googlization" of Feedburner has gotten underway, and on Friday, the public got to see some Adsense ads in Feedburner feeds.
A couple months ago some publishers began displaying them, but now they are in full swing.
The Summer Games often seem like a geography lesson. People will ask each other "where’s that?" during the opening ceremony, or maybe say "I forgot about them" following an upset. So now’s as good a time as any for Google AdSense to introduce a Western Union payment option in some smallish countries.
Google went live with Knol, a platform to read and write articles on all kinds of subjects. Knol was being tested privately since some time and had been pre-announced back in 2007. The address is knol.google.com, but notably not knol.com or knol.org or even googleknol.com. This project is somewhat reminiscent of Wikipedia, though there are many differences as well.
Google has decided to shut down its AdSense Referrals program effective the last week of August.