I remember when I started doing Adsense on my blogs, I was always waiting when I will get my next payout, and just improved on my sites and when it started performing better, not I am waiting when I will break the 3-digit payout and hopefully get 4-digits, and maybe when I get there, I
This is just my current observations on Google, Yahoo and MSN movements the past week. And other news is that Google decided to kill some projects in their labs, guess which ones they are? Related Posts Ituloy AngSulong Status Report Be updated on the current Ituloy AngSulong leaders on Google, Yahoo and MSN. See who
For Vorgermilten, assuming the contest is for real, and this SEO contest ends on December 31, 2006, I should be receiving $600 and an iPod if the rankings do not change on Google and Yahoo which seem to appear stable. But taking a look at Ituloy AngSulong, for the past week, this is what I
Google decides to end Google Answers on December 31, 2006. Although if you visit the Google Answers page, it is already saying it is no longer accepting questions. Although on the page it is not saying why the service ended, some people speculate that Yahoo! Answers was able to build a bigger and better community
Not really new, these photos were posted by Time Magazine in February 2006. But if you have not seen it yet and wants to see how it looks like working at Google, check out the photos. Related Posts Sneak Peak Photos of Googleplex My mom, my sister, my wife thinks my room is a mess.
My mom, my sister, my wife thinks my room is a mess. My workspace is full or disorganized junk everywhere. But maybe I am just building my creative thinking? Look at an employee at Google… Photo: Eros Hoagland/Redux – TIME Check the rest of the photos at Time Magazines Photo Essay. Life in the Googleplex.
Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, was born in Russia, in 1973. (I can’t believe we have the same age, but have way different amounts of money in our bank accounts. *LOL*) Although they moved to the US in 1979 with his family, Russian used to be his speaking native tongue in one point of his
Google, based on statistics, is probably the most popular search engine in the world today. But Russia is a whole different territory where language and culture is different and Google just can’t seem to penetrate. What websites do Russian’s visit? Most probably their own websites if you will ask me. I have no valid statistical