All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Policies’
Popular online marketplace Etsy has introduced new guidelines for sellers addressing how items listed on the site can be made, who can take part in making them, and how they can be shipped. Like other popular online marketplaces, Etsy has seen its fair share of controversy and backlash from sellers. As far back as a year and a half ago, …
Google announced today that it has updated its AdWords policies on software principles, arbitrage, advertiser claims and relevance, clarity and accuracy. The changes will go into effect on October 15. Google has added specific examples of the kinds of advertiser behavior “typically associated with arbitrage”. These include: Websites designed for the sole or primary purpose of showing ads Websites with …
Our old friend Facebook is being pretty uptight about their privacy. Reportedly, before a recent news conference, Facebook officials asked attending journalists to sign a non-disclosure agreement, which entailed protocol that they were to follow once they arrived at the Seattle branch of the company. According to kplu.org, Dan Sytman, the Attorney General sent out an e-mail that said: “Facebook …
Followup to my recent article on Google AdWords’ website quality policies. Although the majority of rank and file advertisers I chatted with favor Google’s stances against, for example, "arbitrage sites that are designed for the sole purpose of showing ads," not all go along with the Google take on things.
Google now says that sites displaying AdSense or Google search boxes may not display other ads or services using the same layouts and colors as the Google products. That applies to all ads an AdSense member might have displayed anywhere on his website.
As a professional in the computer reseller business, you need to create strong recourse policies to handle any customer complaints.
Mega PR firm Edelman and blog portal Intelliseek just released a white paper on companies and the employees that blog them. The study titled, “Talking From The Inside Out: The Rise of Employee Bloggers,” takes a candid look at the relationship between employees and their employers and examines the challenges and opportunities this phenomenon presents.
One thing is certain about covering Google, don’t ever expect them to become stagnant. They are constantly refining and improving new and existing products, ensuring that they function as intended, as well as addressing concerns associated with users or outdated policies.
The more I think of it, the more obvious it becomes. The only long-term tool a company can use to “control” blogging employees is internal communication; the things we do to support a corporate culture where all employees understand what the company is doing, where it’s going and why.
On four points, all of the eight most well-known corporate blogging policies agree — corporate bloggers are personally responsible and they should abide by existing rules, keep secrets and be nice. Those four principles are the core of today’s corporate blogging rules.
Ryujiro Takami, the 23-year-old driver of the train that crashed into a building in Amagasaki, Japan, may have been speeding to overcome a 90 second time delay.
A bill authored by Senator Liz Figueroa (D-Ca) that limits Gmail’s ad placement procedures has been approved by the Senate by a vote of 24-8. The bill questioned Google’s intention of placing contextual ads within incoming and outgoing emails.
Many organisations have deployed VPN’s as a quick win solution and have suffered as a result of not implementing a full solution. Trinity Security Services’ Consultants have worked with a wide array of customers to solve security issues as a result of hastily rolled out VPN solutions.
If you’ve been looking for an easy way to increase your website’s revenue, Google AdSense may be your answer.
Today, one of the most important aspects of doing business online is the ability to build a certain trust among the people with whom you do business. What I call the infamous “3 S’s” (i.e., scams, snake oils and get-rich-quick schemes) have somewhat found a niche on the web, and people are understandably cautious and leery of making a purchase online.