Will In-Car Ads Be the New Auto Redirect Ads?

 Source: Pexels Ads are growing more and more sophisticated. If nothing tells us this, it’s the news that Ford filed a patent that would show its car users ads in their infotainment systems relating to billboards that they just drove past. Could this in-car ad be a real-life form of an auto redirect ad? Billboard … Read more →

Get Buyers to Splurge With These Online Shopping Ads

Online advertising has become a powerful marketing tool in today’s digital world, where almost everyone drives through the information superhighway night and day. If you’re still exploring what you can do with online ads, we’ve got your back! In this article, we’ll discuss the type of ads you might want to try to market your … Read more →

How to Choose the Best Possible Google Ads Agency

Whilst some businesses may be concerned that a Google ads agency (also referred to as a PPC [pay-per-click] agency) won’t understand the complexities and nuances of their brand as well as an in-house team and this puts them off hiring outside help. In truth, any decent PPC agency will make it a top priority to … Read more →

LinkedIn Ads: Targeting Methods For an Increased Business Audience

The process of reaching specific companies, industries, or even specific buyers can be tricky. PPC search ads have their limitations, and you can target all the specific keywords you want, but you can’t guarantee who is on the other end of the computer. LinkedIn ads offer far more flexibility and customization in terms of reaching … Read more →

New Apple TV ads for “Siri” – feat. Zooey Deschanel & Samuel L. Jackson

Apple usually doesn’t use famous people in their advertisements, but this time round they have: Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel appears as themselves in a TV ad for “Siri” and iPhone 4S. Other famous’ish people Apple have used in the past were Justin Long and John Hodgman, but they were actors, playing the “I’m … Read more →

5 tips for attracting advertisers to your blog

Even though the idea of blogging started off as simply having a place from which to share your ideas with the world, it quickly blossomed into a pastime that can be turned into a profitable career. If you want to pursue a career as a professional blogger, you will quickly find out that your best … Read more →

Microsoft warns against using Gmail from Google

In a weird advertisement from Microsoft (for their new Office 365), they warn users against using Google’s free e-mail solution, Gmail. Probably all Gmail users have noticed ads when you’re using the free web-based version of Gmail, but not all might know that the ads are actually based on the content of your e-mails. Google … Read more →

June 2011: Blog Summary & Income Report (the last report to be published – it’s been 2 years)

This blog summary & income report for June is heavily delayed and I’m sorry about that. I wasn’t sure whether or not I was going to post it as I’ve decided to stop posting these. But, I figured I’d just include June also since I would then have published income reports for 2 years, ever … Read more →

May 2011: Blog Summary & Income Report

The blog summary & income report for May has been “slightly” delayed mostly due to me forgetting about it – so sorry about that, but here it is… In the next blog summary & income report, for June, I have an announcement to make also. Since we’re currently in the middle of June, that report will … Read more →

March 2011: Blog Summary & Income Report

Good day, everybody. It’s 11th of April 2011 and it’s time for another blog summary & income report, covering the month of March, last month.

Usually I post these reports a few days into the month  but this time I’ve been busy recently, busier than ever before, so it wasn’t until now I was able to compile the report and turn it into a blog post.

So, here you go…

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January 2011: Blog Summary & Income Report

2011 is the number of the year which means bye bye to 2010 and also bye bye to December. I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year and I wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year as well. There’s no way around it, you’re probably here to read the December … Read more →

5 Tips To Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

With the increasing trend in mobile platform, there are limitations of the website being displayed in the actual HTML format as designed for your web browsing over a PC or a laptop. These HTML formats could be made more amicable to make your website supportive and adapt efficiently to work well on the mobile platform. … Read more →