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Archive for November, 2005

Firefox 1.5 Released (Another reblogging)

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

Mozilla has just released Firefox 1.5 this morning. I don't have time to make any post till now. So, get yourself updated, if you haven't.

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Simple Folder Gallery

Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

I'm almost done with development of a simple photo gallery for myself. As the title stated, it's a folder based gallery where the script will treat folders as albums and no database required. Since it doesn't utilize database, I can simply add or remove any folder or any image anytime. It also generates thumbnails for by running a script thru browser.
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What Determines Invalid Adsense Clicks

Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

I don’t always like to publish a post just to link over to another post. But, Graham really did a very serious attempt to inspect on how Google determine invalid clicks, though he failed. He also highlighted a number of issues that all of Adsense users are wondering:
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Firefox Referrals Available Internationally

Tuesday, November 29th, 2005

When Google Adsense offers referral program few weeks ago, Firefox referrals is only available for U.S. residents only. It's now open for all of us (in other part of the world). Go check it out in your Adsense referral tab!

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Tracking Adsense Clicks with Analytics

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

Most of you must have been wondering, which page of my site generates the most income? You can now get it answered with a new Adsense Tracking script by Shawn Hogan. Basically, all you have to do is to create a goal in your Google Analytics, then add the script to the bottom of all your pages. However, the script doesn’t track Firefox clicks. Another implementation by Aaron Wall claimed that his script is able to do that. I still don’t have any of them installed in my blog yet as my blog doesn’t generate any revenue. Let me know if any of the scripts works for you.

(via Jensense)