It seems that there are growing concern on the language problem with the AdSense code. Most likely, people reported that all their ads have been changed to Japanese or Chinese, even if they have chosen English to be the language of the site or advertisements. Even Google has not noticed this problem and has a corresponding post in its blog. First of all, if you use the HTML editor to preview the ads, the ad may change to other language. It is absolutely normal, and you do not need to worry about it. Even if you have uploaded it onto […]
Have you thinking about building an AdSense website to generate revenue? If so, you may be concerned about the relatively small amount of money that you will earn from each AdSense click. It’s true that each individual click will not earn you a great deal of money – in order to build a substantial revenue from AdSense, you need to have a high volume of traffic, so that you will get a high number of clicks.
One of the best ways to generate substantial revenue from AdSense is to build multiple websites to display your AdSense ads. You can set up […]
During May 2018’s Google I/O developer conference, one of the most headline-grabbing announcements was the imminent arrival of a new Google News app.
Just a few short weeks after Google revealed its plans, the new app went live on both Android and iOS. It merges the old version of the app and the Google Newsstand app into a single user experience.
In this article, we are going to take a quick dive into some of the newest features you need to know about. Keep reading to find out more. Note: The app is identical on both Android and iOS, so this article […]
Added your Google account to your phone and don’t want it anymore? Maybe you’ve started using a different account, never use the account anymore, or just want to quit using Google
This Is Why You Should Stop Using Google Search
Want to turn any old computer into a Chromebook? Google doesn’t provide official builds of Chrome OS for anything but official Chromebooks, but there are ways you can install the open-source Chromium OS software or a similar operating system.
These are all easy to play with, so you can run them entirely from a USB drive to try them out. Installing them on your computer is optional.
Should You Really Do This?
The Chrome OS software is made for Chromebooks. Chromebooks are designed to be simple, lightweight, and get updates directly from Google. Chromebooks aren’t just about Chrome OS—they’re about the total package of […]
Remember when Google Earth Pro used to cost a mind-boggling $400? Google now offers it for free, turning an already beloved product into our go-to method for learning more about Earth and its geographic treasures.
If you love geography and the wonders of the world, then take this opportunity to explore the world from your armchair. Tucked away inside Google Earth is a wonderful little geography quiz in partnership with Atlas Obscura.
Google Earth’s Geography Quiz
The Natural Wonders Quiz on Google Earth is a multiple-choice challenge that will ask you to identify special locations around the world. As the Google Earth blog […]
Google Sites is one of the most convenient ways to create and publish a website with the least amount of effort. With the tools available in Google Sites, you can actually create very useful personal dashboards that can boost your organization and productivity.
In this article, you’re going to see how you can use Google Sites to create some very cool dashboards that can:
Monitor your email
Analyze your website performance
Create a time management system
Stay informed with live news
Save your favorite locations
1. Email Monitoring Dashboard
One of the most annoying things about email is that you need some kind of email client to know […]
With well over half of all websites now encrypted, it’s time to think of HTTPS as the default option rather than the exception. That is, at least, according to Google, which is changing the way Chrome handles secure vs. non-secure web pages. And about time too.
Over the last year there has been a push to switch all websites to use HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure). Google has been especially keen for sites to make the switch, and with more sites complying, it’s time to change the way we view the web.
Switching From HTTP to HTTPS
At the moment, sites that […]
Despite announcing several new things, including Gmail composing emails for you
Gmail’s Smart Compose Autocompletes Your Emails
Over the years, Google has left its humble origins behind to become one of the largest companies in the world, offering a wide range of devices and services.
To keep those services free, Google records data about you and uses it to display targeted advertising—their main source of revenue. As the debate around online privacy ramps up, many people are looking for an alternative.
Fortunately, DuckDuckGo might be the privacy-focused search engine you’ve been looking for.
What Is DuckDuckGo?
DuckDuckGo describes itself as “the search engine that doesn’t track you.” Most search engines collect search data, with Google even linking that data to your […]
Had enough of Google and want to switch away from it for good? These are the best alternatives for all the major Google programs and services.
Since its debut in 1997, Google has consistently launched new apps and services that change how we use technology. Most of them are really good too, and so you end up using Google apps by default for several needs.
But all of these free services do cost something: privacy. Google is notorious for collecting and storing data on you. So if you’re concerned about privacy
The world around us is filled with people, places, and objects we don’t know anything about. But how can we make sense of it all? Google Lens can fill in the gaps in your knowledge, turning your smartphone photos
10 Simple Tricks to Boost Your Smartphone Photography