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0 comments | Sunday, July 30, 2006

This is an important notice for all the FireFox users out there (and I know there are a lot..)

For some reasons, lots of people who view this site threw FireFox do no see any colors. There are people saying that they see a "very pale page", which is "very hard to read".

Well, I know about this issue, and I am doing my best to fix it, and I hope I'll do so within the next couple of days.

But because a couple of days mean thousands of FireFox users, who can't see the page correctly, I would like to ask you to view this blog using Internet Explorer or any other Internet software.

You can if you want you the IE FireFox Extension Tab- https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/35/

Thank you very much,

1 comments | Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Since AdWords was launched in 2001, Google has expanded to image ads, video ads, and print ads, and has frequently been rumored to be entering radio and television. While many think that television ads (ala Spot Runner) could be Google's next major move, they may be neglecting a potentially larger opportunity: in-game video game advertising.

Earlier this year Massive Incorporated, a video game advertising network, announced a landmark deal with Major League Baseball and 2K Sports to provide dynamic advertising in the popular video game Major League Baseball 2K6. According to their press release, "Massive's Network and technology allow MLB Advanced Media and 2K Sports titles to leverage dynamic advertising for ever-fresh brand messaging in their games, mirroring the rapidly changing and expanding advertising opportunities in the live action sports industry."

Why Should Google Care?

The Entertainment Software Association put U.S. sales of video game hardware and software at $7.3 billion back in 2004, a figure that rivals Hollywood box office revenue. In-game video game advertising is nothing new for the booming game industry - large companies have been buying static advertisements in games for years. What is new is the expansion of online gaming into the mainstream. Once reserved for only PC Gamers, console gamers have now discovered a whole new world of competition over a broadband connection.

In a recent interview with TechNewsWorld, EA's John Schappert, who oversees the largest interactive game studio in the world, was asked about in-game advertising: "In-game ad integration is a growing business where we see both advertisers and consumers looking for more. It's an additional revenue stream that is still small, but growing. There's the potential for scalability in this area with dynamically-served ads. It's still in the early stages [in terms of] how in-game ads will grow in significance."

Starting with Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PS2, and continuing into the next generation of online gaming with Microsoft's Xbox 360, Nintendo's Wii, and Sony's PS3, it has become a virtual certainty that nearly all gamers will be playing while connected to a broadband connection. With that broadband connection comes an advertising opportunity that's hard to ignore.

Is History Repeating Itself?

The potential flaw in what Massive Incorporated does is that their ad network still only includes the large advertisers. Massive's website gives no specific information regarding how to purchase advertising, only mentioning that "blue-chip" advertisers can work with their "veteran" sales team to start an account. I think it's safe to say that small businesses aren't their target market. So while they are implementing dynamic ads, those ads are still only affordable to larger businesses. Anyone familiar with internet advertising can see the potential for history to repeat itself.

Way back in 1996, long before Overture (now Yahoo! Search Marketing) and Google AdWords, a company called DoubleClick pioneered website advertising. Their downfall, however, was that they required a formal sales contract, limiting their potential client base to only large companies. Overture and AdWords made it easy for the small advertiser and small site owner to participate in their ad networks, essentially opening their service to anyone on the web. Several years later, one would think that Google is keeping a watchful eye on what's going on over at Massive Incorporated. Massive may be the first to enter the market, but it's hard to ignore the fact that the small business owner remains shut out. Could Google make Massive the next DoubleClick?

How Would Google Do It

There's no doubt that with the best programmers in the world Google is capable of developing and improving upon the technology that Massive has. It's also not hard to imagine advertisers paying per thousand impressions (PPM) for their text or image ads to be shown in specific games, much like they do now for specific sites. The tough part for Google, however, would be the distribution of those ads.

As opposed to signing up websites to display their ads by copying some code on to their site, Google would have to work with game programmers throughout the development process. This would be much more time consuming and would be a much larger risk for Google. In the same way that Massive signed the contract with 2K, Google would have to sign large contracts with game developers and work with them for several months to integrate their ads.

This enforces the fact that the main difference between what happened with DoubleClick and what could happen with video games is that it would probably be more work for Google to distribute their ads over multiple channels (i.e. more games). Since each game is programmed differently, there is no game equivalent to the JavaScript used in all AdSense ads. Every game would need to be tailored to Google's ad network individually. Difficult: yes. Impossible for Google: no way.

When Will They Do It?

In my opinion it's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when. The potential revenue from the gaming industry is too big for Google to ignore. Oh, and if you still aren't convinced, consider this: Microsoft, one of Google's main competitors, also produces the Xbox 360. If Microsoft decided to integrate their newly launched adCenter into Xbox games, would it really surprise anyone if Google countered by announcing a deal with Sony or Nintendo to integrate in-game dynamic advertising for the PS3 or the Wii?

The author of this article is Adam McFarland. Many thanks to him!

Hope you liked it,

1 comments | Saturday, July 22, 2006

This is Google Explanation to what Page Rank is:

PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page's value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that casts the vote. Votes cast by pages that are themselves "important" weigh more heavily and help to make other pages "important."

Important, high-quality sites receive a higher PageRank, which Google remembers each time it conducts a search. Of course, important pages mean nothing to you if they don't match your query. So, Google combines PageRank with sophisticated text-matching techniques to find pages that are both important and relevant to your search. Google goes far beyond the number of times a term appears on a page and examines all aspects of the page's content (and the content of the pages linking to it) to determine if it's a good match for your query.


Google's complex, automated methods make human tampering with our results extremely difficult. And though we do run relevant ads above and next to our results, Google does not sell placement within the results themselves (i.e., no one can buy a higher PageRank). A Google search is an easy, honest and objective way to find high-quality websites with information relevant to your search.

Hope it helped,


Hello =)

As you might have noticed, my page rank has climbed up from 0/10 to 4/10 in just 3 weeks!
(My predicted PR for the next PR update is 5/10)

And since this site is a tips and tricks site, it won't be nice of me not to share with you how I achieved this great page rank in 3 weeks ;)

(If you have no idea what you PR is, or do have an idea but want to check you future PR, check it using this Great tool- Google Page Rank Prediction)

Ok, so here it is:

The best thing to do in order to see an immediate boost in your PR is to exchange links with similar sites. The higher the PR of the site you are exchanging with is, the faster you PR will go up and the higher it will get.

For example, if you exchange links with 4 sites which have a PR of 1-2 you will probably see no change at all for a very long time, and if it does change it will only rise to a maximum of 2.

But say for example you exchange with 1 similar content site which has a PR of 3-5, you will see a faster and higher rise to your own sites PR.

So what you want to do is exchange links with similar content sites, which have a high page rank.

Its better to exchange with 2 sites which have a 3 or 4 PR than with 10 sites which have a 1-2 page rank.

So bear that in mind.

The next thing which will help you improve your PR is submitting your site to different directories. This is much less effective, but if you cannot find link exchange partners it is useful.

That's all the tips I can provide, because that's all I did to get my PR 4.

Of course make sure your content is good in order for people to want to exchange links with you.

If you are interested in exchanging links with me, and your sites PR is 4 or above, send me an email to fut_or_man@coolmail.co.il

I will very soon post an article explaining about the PR and the reasons people want to have a high PR.

That's it for now,
Next post very soon!


0 comments | Friday, July 21, 2006

Hello Hello!

First of all I would like to thank you all for your amazing loyalty to my site!
Even though I was gone, the amount of people who visited my site was consistently very very high, and the amount of comments and specifically emails I got of supporting my site was astonishingly high!

I noticed people who have sent me email's have asked me to increase the amount of SEO tools I provide on the site. That will be done immediately.

Second, I got very very positive email's about the articles which give very specific details on how to improve the income. I will provide more of those during this week.

And last, be sure to keep visiting because I have some surprises for you guys which will be released during the next couple of weeks.

If you would also like me to add something specific of just want to suggest something, you are welcome to do so- fut_or_man@coolmail.co.il


P.S Paris was very nice =)