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With the new version of Google Chrome around version 30.0, your page that shows: Unable to connect to the Internet Will have a cool picture of a dinosaur – a tyrannosaurus rex:
AdWords Enhanced Campaigns are here and the real reason finally surfaces – Google wants to get rid of the gap between mobile and desktop ads. So much traffic is going mobile, but so many people have opted not to purchase advertising targeted towards mobile devices. There is a lot of debate about whether or not a lot of conversions occur with mobile devices. Don’t be too Quick to Dismiss I wish there was an option to control devices more easily in Search as well. However, I wouldn’t be as quick to dismiss tablets. Most of my clients see equal or greater conversions from tablets now, I use my 7″ Nexus all the time to browse and buy products and the data I see from Analytics suggests that the customers of my clients do as well. (via) What’s The Real Reason For AdWords Enhanced Campaigns? In addition to increasing adoption rates for mobile advertising in AdWords by greatly simplifying campaign creation, management and reporting for mobile search, Google wants to, eliminate the gap between mobile and desktop CPC’s. (via) How To Disable In adwords choose the “Settings” tab and that is where you can make adjustments. At this time you can select the “Mobile devices with full browsers” segment and tell your bid adjustment to go down 100%. However, it appears that this unfortunate and annoying behavior that won’t let you opt out of “Tablets with full browsers” is in fact by design from Google and there seems to be no … Continue reading
As of July 2013 Google Webmaster tools has a “new and improved” navigation. They alert you when you login. A new and improved navigation! Features are now organized according to the stages of search: crawling, indexing, and serving. The settings have moved to the gear icon in the top right corner. Click the help icon to open the new Search Appearance section and learn what changes you can make on your site to influence how it appears in the search results. One of the main features is “Search Appearance” which has information about the data highlighter, rich snippets, and microformats. More info about those at https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/3187759
If you’re trying to compose, attach, or send messages you may be having some trouble. All across the US Gmail users are getting message like: Unable to send message Or Oops… a server error occurred and your email was not sent. (#793) Or YourFile.png 28K – Attachment failed. Retry Remove ( http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&ctx=mail&answer=99915 ) And Unable to attach the file Is G-Mail over capacity? We’ll see what Google says / does to remedy this. Is this also happening to you? Leave a comment below :)
Dear Google Grantee, We are writing to inform you of a change we are making to our URL policy. Google Grantees may only promote the one website domain name associated with the registered nonprofit that approved for Google Grants. We realize that some nonprofits may have separate domain names for events or fundraisers. However, to maintain the integrity of our program, we now require that Google Grantees only promote the one domain name associated with the nonprofit that was approved for Google Grants. For more on the URL policy, please visit the Help Center article: https://support.google.com/nonprofits/answer/1657899?hl=en NEXT STEPS: Google Grantees must remove any extra domain names from their account by July 2013. After a short grace period, we will begin enforcing the new policy. Grantees that continue to promote multiple domain names or a domain name not associated with the registered nonprofit will be subject to removal from the Google Grants program. EXAMPLE: Your organization has the website domain name www.HelpForAnimals.org. You are allowed to have ads that direct users to subdomains and subfolders within your website, such as your volunteer page, events page, or programs page: www.subdomain.HelpForAnimals.org/subfolder www.HelpForAnimals.org/volunteer www.HelpForAnimals.org/events www.raceforlife.HelpForAnimals.org You may not promote an entirely different domain name, such as www.ShopForPets.com or www.AdoptDogs.org For more information on Google Grants guidelines, please visit: www.google.com/grants To contact the AdWords team, please visit: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/8206?hl=en Sincerely, The Google Grants Team Please note: this email acts as a notification only. Please do not reply. You’ve received this mandatory service announcement email to update … Continue reading
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Click Admin. Then click the profiles tab. Then click “all website data” Next click “scheduled emails” Now click delete (or modify as you see fit)
Products are categorized in our search results based on a number of factors. While we can’t guarantee that a product will show in a particular category, you can increase the chances that your products will be included in relevant categories by sending us highly structured information for your items.Continue reading
Frequently Asked Questions How much will I earn through Google Adwords? When do I get paid for Google Adsense? Can I show ads on more than one website? Will I have to pay taxes on my Google AdSense earnings? How do I submit my tax information to Google? What if I don’t have a tax ID? Watch Google AdSense Demos Getting started with AdSense Payment Schedule demo Activation Demo Help with Ad Code Demo Google Publisher Tools Drive traffic to your site with Google AdWords Improve your site’s visibility in Google search results with Google Webmaster Tools Add interactivity to your site with Blogger Other Google Publisher Tools
If you have signed up for a Google account using another e-mail address, you will need to verify your Google account before using it. If you did not verify your account or if you did not get the original e-mail that Google sent, just follow these instructions in order to get google to resend the verification e-mail to your inbox: Step 1: Google Account Re-send Verification Visit the site http://www.google.com/accounts/ and sign in with your new account Step 2: Click on the link to Re-send the Verification Email Before you proceed with signing into the service you’ll need to verify your email address associated with your Google Account. If you’d like to use a different email address, you can change it. That’s it – you’re done!