Nothing on this planet is free. Many of us assume that the Internet is a free source of information. Is it really free? Can it really exist in the utopian free state? In today’s life, one cannot do away with ads [...]
Microsoft has released an updated version of the Microsoft Advertising Intelligence Excel add-on. This add-on is a useful tool for keyword research and optimization. The tool, earlier called adCenter Add-in for Excel, has taken a jump straight from version 5.6 to version [...]
Google has its Google Dashboard, which offers a view into the data associated with your Google Account and lets you change your Google Privacy Settings. Though not so well-known and exhaustive, Microsoft too offers a Personal Data Dashboard that lets you [...]
Well, if it weren’t for Google AdSense, LakeQuincy, IDGTechNetwork, Kontera and other blog monetisation alternatives, the internet would not exist the way it does today. We would not have seen such a blog explosion! Information is available free, thanks to [...]
Smartphones have changed how we interact with one another. As a society, we’ve become addicted to our phones and the way they can help us stay connected — but as a result, we’re spending more time heads-down with our phones, [...]
Since last week, Bing is powering Yahoo!’s search results in the US and Canada (English only for now, the other languages will come in the weeks and months ahead) as part of Microsoft and Yahoo!’s search alliance. This week, advertisers [...]
Microsoft has done it again. The company has released another set of baffling and mystifying ads, but this time they’re actually funny. The software giant released four new ads to promote Internet Explorer 8.
Microsoft’s I’m a PC campaign has been quite popular. Based on this theme, we currently also have a I’m a PC contest running at our forums, where you can simply complete the sentence and win a Windows Vista SP1 license. [...]