Posts Tagged ‘google’
Sep 12, 2014
Making Internet Money: Fiverr vs. AdSense

By Chongchen Saelee

I use both AdSense and Fiverr to make chump change from the Internet. Making money on the Internet is hard work. You put in a lot of hours and get very little or nothing in return. But if you do it just right, some have made a living off the Internet. It took me at least 5 years to begin to generate some traffic and make those beans. And I’m grateful for all the Internet supporters.

But I want to point out why I like Fiverr better than AdSense. Granted, AdSense is good PASSIVE income. It’s not a lot, but it does it’s job. Fiverr, on the other hand, is almost real-time. (more…)

Mar 26, 2014
Thanks to All My Loyal Supporters and Viewers!!!

Google Adsense Beer Money! Thank you all my loyal supporters and viewers!!! It’s been a long 5 years since I’ve monetized my web presence and am now just getting paid by Google. Hopefully, we can continue to engage each other on the Internet, and if this is just a small step for me, I hope it’s a sign of things to come. Help me help you. Thanks again!!!

Mar 12, 2014
Google AdSense Revenue Optimization Techniques: My Personal Observations

By Chongchen Saelee

Howdy, loyal readers. If you’re reading this, you probably know that I utilize Google’s ad revenue referral partnership service AdSense on my websites. (Hopefully, you’re not disabling the ads so your homeboy here can generate at least some revenue to pay some maintenance fees and keep his web presence going.)

I haven’t reached the payout threshold yet, but I have noticed an increase in traffic. It’s not much, but it’s still money. Let me share with you my own observations of how to improve your revenue generation the proper way. (more…)

Jan 28, 2014
Eastfist Google Direct Ad Sale for Entire Month of February

Hey, potential business partners! I’m having an Google Direct Ad sale for ONLY USD$65 for the entire month of February! That’s just USD$2.50 a day! You’d get the top ad square on my blog at http://blog.eastfist.com where I post about all things Asian American, food, video games, computer programming, politics, movies, and all things Eastfist. It gets a decent amount of traffic from ALL OVER THE WORLD! If you’re looking for a new business partner that is professional and trustworthy, give me a chance!

Send me a message and we can get this ball rolling!

Jul 24, 2013
Google ChromeCast: Watch YouTube and NetFlix on your TV!

It’s been done before and failed. But Google thinks it has enough clout to pull it off. (more…)

Feb 28, 2013
Google Glass 720p Demo DIY Prototype

Why pay $1500 when you can build your own clunky one for less than $100?
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Nov 13, 2012
Google Image Search Larger Than Size Option Missing

Google seems to have removed a very useful search option from their search engine. Previously, users were able to search images by size, particularly those “larger than” a certain megapixel size. I found a workaround:

Add the following query to the end of your Google Image Search’s very long url

&tbs=isz:lt,islt:10mp

And you can replace the 10mp with the following size steps: 2mp, 4mp, 6mp, 8mp, 10mp, 15mp, 20mp, 40mp, 70mp.

I hope Google returns these feature as it was quite useful.

Jun 3, 2012
How to make your first $100 with Google Adsense

It’s not as easy as you think. Making money is like waiting for some greater being to invent air before you can breath it. (more…)

Jul 23, 2011
The Fat Lady Has Sung for Google Chrome? How Opera browser beats the current beast

If you use the Interwebs as much as I do, you know you want the best Internet browser. You don’t give a rat’s testicle how glitzy the graphical user interface is, or what additional plugins are available. You just want it fast and secure. Up until now, Google has spied and copied many features from their users and competitors and have created a very competent browser. However, it’s getting to be a real pain having to constantly wait for the shite to upgrade itself either before use or running in the background. Google’s Skynet methodology reminds me of the big M aka Micro$oft. But like most service/customer relationships, either party can choose to continue or move on. Is it time for me to choose another browser over Chrome? (more…)

Jan 1, 2011
Accessing content from Google Chrome cache

If you want to know how Google Chrome stores files in its cache on your computer, the code is open source and you can look it up here: http://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/network-stack/disk-cache
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