AdSense hates documentation, or have at least chosen to not document how you can exclude articles from appearing in the AdSense Matched content sections. Luckily, there is in fact a system for it and I’ll even tell you how to use it.
AdSense introduced a new Ad balance setting for AdSense publishers in mid January. With its introduction, AdSense made some vague claims about it “improving the user experience” without clarifying what that meant. Here are my experienced with the new feature to help you understand and get the most out of the new setting as a…
Google AdSense are being their usual mysterious selves and don’t share what the specific requirements are to be approved for their Matched content recommendation units anywhere in their official help documents. However, the exact requirements have actually been revealed in a comment from an AdSense support representative.
Brave browser and Brave Payments are still in beta. Readers and publishers can now sign up to exchange crypto-currencies in lieu of online advertisement revenues. But have publishers begun accepting payment yet?
Ten days ago, I asked “Whatever happened to Google Contributor?” Today, Google seem to have answered my question: “Contributor sign-up is currently closed.”
Google Contributor is an ongoing/abandoned experiment by Google where people can opt-out from the lowest valued advertisements and rather help directly fund the websites they frequent through Google’s ad platform. Instead of ads, they see kittens, thank-you notes, or the ad is hidden from view. Two years after the service was launched without any fanfare,…
The new Brave web browser and Payments automatically rewards the websites their users visit the most with funds volunteered by each user. The more time a user spends on a given website, the more money is rewarded to that website. Time is literally money, and that means website loading performance matters more than ever.
There isn’t really all that much innovation in the Brave browser itself except for the Brave Payments system that rewards the websites users are willing to pay for. I believe Brave Software made a big mistake when they choose to build a browser rather than an extension, and here is why.
The new Brave web browser (beta) is trying to revolutionize how websites are monetized by combining advertisement blocking/replacement technology and user-contributed subsidies to websites. Brave Software is signing on users to make volunteer contributions without prior approval by web publishers who can opt-in to receiving funds from Brave — or not.
Distributions, sales, ads, contracts, and international tax laws: Why anyone would dream of being an app entrepreneur is completely beyond me.