Everything About Organic Traffic Every Site Owner Should Know

Organic traffic is traffic sent to a website from search engines for free. This typically happens when the search engines like the content on the site. This type of traffic usually accounts for over 80% of the total clicks on a search engine page. Organic search results appear on a search engine based on their […]
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Top 5 Ways to Prevent Your Google Adsense From Getting Banned

Are you making consistent income from Google Adsense? If you answered yes, then I’ll assume that you are staying compliant with the Google Adsense policies. You have built your blog with a lot of hard work. Creating a reputation among your readers has also been a very demanding task. You expect to keep making a […]
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New updates for WordPress 3.8

As you’ll no doubt be now aware WordPress 3.8 is now with us and with it comes a redesign of the WordPress Admin Area. To cater for the new WordPress release I’ve issued new updates for HeatMap AdAptive Theme (v1.5.1), Click Missile Plugin (v4.0.1) and HeatMap Pro v5 (v.5.4.4) which are available in the members […]
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Google Allows Responsive Modification of Adsense Ad Code

After much online debate and speculation Google has now officially changed its policy on modification of Adsense code to allow for responsive design, A/B testing and setting custom channels dynamically. The announcement appeared on the Inside Adsense blog on 23rd May 2013 in the post¬†Updates to our ‘Modifying Ad Code’ policy. The Adsense team have […]
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The Google Adsense TOS: 5 not so obvious things you should know to keep your adsense account safe

Yes, you might think you know what Googles rules are, but have you actually read them? I mean really read them. You might be surprised if you do.

I recently decided to revise my knowledge of the Google Adsense ‘Terms of Service’ and ‘Program Policies’ and found a few ‘not so obvious ways’ that you could potentially generate unwanted attention from the hardworking people who police such things.
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