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15 Ways to Lose Blog Readers

Posted on 26. Feb, 2009 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier.


Loyal readership is actually the most important aspect of a blog. Some people do not realize that you need to treat your readers well in order to have a successful blog. Because the treatment of your followers is so essential I am going to show you 15 ways through which you can loose readers.

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Fonts Changeable For Adsense Advertisement

Posted on 21. Feb, 2009 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier.


Google Adsense recently announced that the font of the advertisement is now changeable for publishers. This might be very helpful in optimizing your advertisement even further. There are several ways you can change your ad unit’s font.

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How to Use Google to Find More Relevant Information Faster than Ever

Posted on 18. Feb, 2009 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier.


Google now a days is the most popular search engine there is on the Internet. This of course has its reasons, one being that Google  has developed a very sophisticated search algorithm. This leads to a high accuracy of search results. But if you want to take your searching skills a bit further you have [...]

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Text Link Ads Review

Posted on 15. Feb, 2009 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier.


Text Link Ads is a very young advertisement network. As its name suggests, it focuses on text link advertisement. Usually ads are displayed with a nofollow in the link to prevent the advertisers from gaining link popularity. Text Link Ads relies on exactly the opposite. It normally shows ads with dofollow, so not only do [...]

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Avoiding Duplicate Content: New Link Tag

Posted on 13. Feb, 2009 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier.


Google, Yahoo and Live.com have teamed up to fight duplicate content. For that matter they introduced a new link tag. As it is just a suggestion it will not completely fight the problem revolving around duplicate content but it will greatly decrease it.

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