Blogger - Dropdown lable on new Blooger

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Have been thought to change appearance the name of lable with dropdown style?

Because more and more article which we write of course more and more also enhanced category or lable, no problem if name of our lable merely 5 or 10 name, how if until 20 or more while lable in standard of blogger will come up lapped over downwards and of course the way of this standard will eat place on page our blog later.

Do not like archives menu at blogger which can be set in appearance of dropdown, lable in blogger [o not have this facility. Don't worry because all thinker of jenius outside there have thought of this matter. A little addition, before us use code hereunder ensure that lable element have been attached at blog.

First step, enter at template tab -> Edit Html -> don't forget to heque at Expand Template Widget -> then look for code.

<b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'>
<b:if cond='data:blog.url == data:label.url'>

<a expr:href='data:label.url'><></a>


If you have met then change entire code above with code here:

<br />
<select onchange='location=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'>

<option>Select a label</option>
<b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'>
<option expr:value='data:label.url'><>


The Red one <option>Select a label</option> can change with our sentence.

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Review - Google Adsense

Sunday, December 23, 2007

A few months ago Google started distributing their AdWords advertisements that are normally found at the right side of their search results (for more on AdWords see or our AdWords Review). This distribution was based on CPM rates and was limited to sites serving more than 20 million impressions a month or to ad networks like Burst!Media, TribalFusion, and Fastclick. Last week Google launched a new service called AdSense that expanded on this distribution program and made it more accessible to smaller publishers.

This new program differs from what is now "AdSense Premium" in that it is CPC based and for the time being there is less flexibility offered as far as creative sizes go with only banners and skyscrapers being offered currently. Publishers can apply for an account, or if you have an AdWords account already you can simply apply using that account, and you will be notified, usually within a day, if you have been accepted or not. They don't have any really strict criteria for site acceptance, unlike other ad networks they do not have minimum traffic requirements. The only real requirements are standard acceptable content requirements you'll find just about everywhere. They also of course want quality content sites. They will only allow you to serve one ad per page, so you can't use Google for both banners and skyscrapers.

Once you have been accepted you will be able to run AdSense advertisements on any site you own using the same ad code, so long as you obey the guidelines. Reporting is not done in real time, but is updated regularly throughout the day. You also cannot currently view reports based on domain or site if you're running ads on more than one site. Google included a very length and detailed FAQ on their AdSense site, if you're thinking about signing up I suggest you read it.

How Does the Targeting Work?

Google uses their search engine ranking technology to decide what ads to show on your site, and on specific pages on your site. For instance on a webmaster site an article about Flash might show ads for Macromedia products and an article about web hosting might show ads from different web hosting companies. This type of targeting is very effective and results in good click-through rates in most circumstances.

This targeting isn't perfect though. One issue is that Google seems to be doing very little in the way of ad rotation. If a certain ad is highly targeted to your content it might be shown every time. This means that if you have a lot of return visitors or a high number of page views per visitor you may experience declining click-through rates.

Another issue is that Google targets ads based on your site's content, not based on your visitor's desires. The difference between the two might not be readily apparently, but it can be very significant. For instance one of the sites I run is a literature site with information on classic books and their authors. Google will analyze my content and serve appropriate advertisements, for example on my Shakespeare page you may see ads for Shakespeare audio books or limited edition prints. The problem with this is that while those ads fit my content they do not fit my visitors. Most of my visitors are students doing research and they simply aren't interested in buying those types of things. In contrast advertisements for essay sites or other homework helping services do very well on that site. However, unless an essay site owner specifically selects a keyword like "Shakespeare" in their AdWords account then visitors to my site will not see any essay advertisements.

In pondering this situation I was reminded of a company called TeknoSurf Adwave, you might remember them - they eventually turned into Their original claim to fame was that they were a CPC only ad network yet what they would do is they would analyze what banners performed well on your site and then optimize what ads they were serving in such a way that even though you were serving CPC ads your CTR would be high enough that you would make an effective CPM comparable or better than CPM rates offered by other ad networks.

If Google could implement such a system as TeknoSurf had they could greatly increase the effectiveness of their AdSense program. One glaring problem though is that currently AdWords advertisers specifically select which keywords they want to be served under. For Google to do this they would have to provide an option to AdWords advertisers which would allow them to opt into a program where Google would try to place your ad on the most effective keywords.

So going back to my literature site example, if one advertiser tries serving essay advertisements on the "Shakespeare" keyword and the ads did very well on my site Google would remember this and compare the text of the ad to the text of other AdWords ads and would run similar ads on my site and see how they did. In this way Google would be constantly learning what performs well on your site and what does not. After you have been with them for a while they would be serving ads that should be tailored to your visitors, and not your content. Thus CTR rates would improve, both Google and the publisher would make more money, and the advertiser would get more targeted traffic.

Google is as of yet doing none of this, but the program is still very new. I can only hope someone from Google reads this and takes my suggestions to heart.

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Review -

While I had heard of Phillip Kaplan and F** before, I hadn’t heard of AdBrite until Pubcon in Las Vegas where Phillip spoke one morning. I spoke with the nice folks at the booth and decided to give it a shot a few months later.

Signing up for an account is fairly easy and painless, they ask you the standard typical questions like name address, payee tax information, and so on. You are then asked to input your site details and give some information about your website. The information meant to help your website get listed in the proper area, and help potential advertisers locate it. The most difficult part of the entire procedure is determining your prices. As a publisher you want to get the highest price possible for your advertising space. As the customer purchasing the ad you want to pay the lowest price possible. You can set various pricing models such as 7 day advertising, 1 month advertising, or any other time fame you want to create. I’d suggest keeping it simple and offering some sort of discount for monthly advertisers, but that’s just my opinion. You can also set up a pay per click model if you desire. The difficult thing is getting the price right. I’d suggest setting the price a little high and slowly working down until you start to get customers. Now you could go back and raise the price afterward, but unless things have changed that’s a dangerous path to start down. Once you get pricing worked out, it’s all down hill, a few simple lines of code that work via javascript and you’re in business. It may take a day or so for you get in the system so be patient, your ads will start to appear.

Once someone decides to advertise on your website you’ll get an email from the system alerting you there is a new ad up for review. As the site owner you have the ability to review and approve or reject ads, nothing will appear unless you approve it. Once approved it takes a few hours for advertising to start to appear on your site, so again be patient. Another thing you’ll notice is AdBrite starts to gather stats about your website, including things like Alexa Rank, page views per day, unique users per day, repurchase rate, and some estimated click through data. This information is available not only to potential advertising customers, but anyone who wants to look, so this program is best suited for websites you are comfortable with revealing some data about. Something to be aware of is, if you list more than one site in your AdBrite account, anyone who checks the stats will see the connection between the two websites. Personally that’s something I would like to see changed, but there are ways around the system for those who would like to remain anonymous.

So is Adbrite worth it? Well looking at my rates and stats you can see I’m not making a heck of a lot of money. However my intent here was experimentation not profitability. Looking at some other sites who use Adbrite like Friendster, Gawker, and and you can see the prices jump up considerably. AdBrite does take a percentage of your advertising income. Looking around I can’t find the actual percentage listed on the site (they only give a vague reference to taking a percentage, and that’s something they should fix). Looking at my earnings report it looks to be about 25%. If you’re a small person and don’t mind doing the legwork of selling and billing advertisers yourself, you could probably do better on your own. If you don’t want the hassle it’s probably worth using a service like AdBrite. Additionally if you’d like to sell advertising on your site but don’t want to get involved with the hornets nest surrounding text links, this may be a very attractive solution for you. (For the record I fully support straight text link advertising, not only do I think it’s a viable and effective solution, I am customer of

Sixty days after you’ve hit your minimum payout (the lowest payout is $20) you’ll get a report via email telling you a check has been sent listing the amount and statistics for the pay period. You can also log into your account and see future payments and dates.

Is AdBrite for everyone, no. In my opinion AdBrite is a good solution for people who have sites with reasonable traffic that would be attractive to advertisers, and who want to focus on running the site and not selling and maintaining adverting placement, and billing. While the percentage they take may be a little high, it will give you one less thing to worry about, and let’s you focus on things like adding content and running your website. If you think you’d like to sign-up for Adbrite I have two links below one with an affiliate id one without, use whichever one you prefer.

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Blogger - Read More..

Saturday, November 3, 2007

First matter is we will do is to ascertain template/our layout stay in new version. This is important because following code do not function in old version template. To see code of template as a whole, click at shares " Layout" in Dashboard, last go to tab Edit HTML and select " Widget templates Expand".

<div class='post-header-line-1'/>

<div class='post-body'>

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>


<a expr:href='data:post.url'>Read More..</a>

<div style='clear: both;'/> <!-- clear for photos floats -->

Step 2. Still in Dashboard, click Settings, going to Formatting and pay attention shares most under showing "Post template", last fill in code following there.

Type your summary here

<span class="fullpost">

Type rest of the post here


Code above used only as assistant so that each time we make new entri, hence in our editor there will be a kind of template so that more is facilitating of dismemberment of entri.

Good Luck.

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Review -

Friday, November 2, 2007

By Terryzulit

Widget bucks in review is a little premature actually, but here goes anyway. Widgetbucks is a Chitika-like advertising network hoping to make big in-roads in to the Internet advertising game. The jury is out still (way out) and we’ll be testing their CTR, payment schedules, and reporting. My best guess is that Adsense will still pay better due to click through rates, but so far I like the Widgetbucks system. You can obviously see an example below, of a a Widgetbucks ad placement. You can change the color theme of the ad to match your site.

The Pros of WidgetBucks
  • Widgetbucks offers a $25 signup bonus, and Bill Murray said in Caddyshack, “So you have that goin’ for ya”
  • Widgetbucks allows unlimited ads on your site or blog, unlike YPN and Adsense. They don’t seem to have issue yet with inflating their advertisers costs (apparently). We’ll see how long that lasts.
  • Widgetbucks login area is VERY simple to use, and new-comers to blog monetization will love the simplicity of their ad layouts, and options.
  • The Widgetbuck ads look great and they certainly attract the user’s eye balls. However, perhaps a little too much - as I found my peripheral vision taking in the movement of the ad as I was trying to proof read one of my posts.
  • Widgetbucks is new so bloggers can take advantage of refferals. They have an affiliate program so you can get in on that as well.

The Cons of WidgetBucks

  • Widgetbucks has only a scant few advertisers at launch which really cuts down on the type of blog or website you want to use their ads on. Right now WB only has the typical advertisers in the electronics, video, ipod, etc., category. This is where all ad networks have trouble getting off the ground. Diversity (not an old wooden ship) for the niche builders is essential if an advertising network wants to grow in great leaps and bounds.
  • WB was initially included twice in this Wordpress theme page template (which I mention here), and my pages were loading like tractors. Therefore, I would not run more than one of their widgets per page.
  • WB is really a new gig and whether you make decent money is yet to be seen. If you run a website a website or blog that is in the computer and electronics niche, you could do very well I’m assuming. Not that the people in that niche are hurting as it is!

Widgetbucks Short Review - In Conclusion

If you have a site or a blog that gets a ridiculous amount of traffic, Widgetbucks might pay as the gadgets being advertised are very popular in the online shopping game. Or, as stated above, your site or blog is in the electronic gadget niche you could do well by running WB.

It’s unknown how the Adsense team feels about running Widgetbucks ads on the same page as your are running Adsense ads, so this is a very important factor you want to consider. I won’t be mixing ads, save for example purposes like the above ad.

If you don’t fit into one of these categories, you will likely want to wait and see of Widgetbucks is able to sign up a large and diverse number of advertisers. I’ll update this review as time goes on.

Rating: 4

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$1000 in 6 months with Adsense

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Early month or preparation phase

To Beginner Level

  1. Make url which is friendly with search engine. For example Don't default / ? 123&hdgt1626 like that.
  2. One day 3 times enlist in free directory.
  3. Submit in social bookmark service one day once like furl digg or co.ment.
  4. Learn and php of css hopefully next month can tweaking to intermediet level.

To Intermediet Level

  1. Install google adsense track ---> for the analysis of visitor and see highest referer.
  2. Alter format of ads to medium of ato rechtangle large
  3. Accomodating to be designed with colour of ads
  4. Cleaning to be designed from tag tag which do not be needed. Try test in text of based browser like lynx and labour to play konten go out in topmost shares after head meta tag.

To Advance Level

  1. Install an adwords
  2. Install plugin like pingoat ping and other service
  3. Conduct in beginner level and intermediet 3x more multiply
  4. Making designed which is user friendly and balmy eye/eye catching.

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Review -

Saturday, October 27, 2007

When I was sent links to this site by readers warning bells started to go off for me for a number of reasons:
  1. while in their ‘get started page’ they do say that you shouldn’t accept opportunities to advertise if you don’t own the product or if you can’t be honest about it - I can see this system being open to abuse and shallow or dodgy reviews being made of products simply to fulfill the requirements to be paid.
  2. I don’t see any mention of needing to write a disclaimer that you’re being ‘paid to post’ (something I think needs to be disclosed when you’re accepting payment to write about a product). Where’s the transparency that the blogosphere was built upon?
  3. There doesn’t seem to be any quality control - ie PayPerPost say just to post what you want to say and then let them know about it so that they can access the post to see if it fits requirements set out by advertisers.
  4. They seem to be pimping an article written in Business Week to legitimize themselves. Unfortunately the article in question didn’t paint them in a positive light.

Ok - I should say that I don’t mind the idea of sponsored posts or being paid to write things about a company - but I’d want to ensure that that type of post was transparent and that the post added some value to the reader’s experience.

While I don’t know anything apart from what is on their site, PayPerPost leaves me feeling a little uneasy and I’d recommend caution to bloggers.

Rating: 4

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