Google Allows Third Party Ads
Google has opened up its AdSense platform to allow third party ads in its network. Up until now, only ads served from Google’s content network were permitted.
We’re happy to announce that the Google content network now accepts display ads served from qualified third-party vendors. During this initial release, only ads in English are eligible, although we look forward to offering more options in the future.
By accepting third-party ads, we can attract a greater variety of advertising on the Google content network, which we believe will result over time in increased revenue for publishers and more relevant advertising for end users.
This is wonderful news, as it allows third party advertisers to participate in the world’s largest ad platform. Read more about this on Google’s AdSense blog.
Neat Google Calendar Hack
I use Google Calendar a lot to manage my daily events and keep track of things I need to get done. One thing I don’t use it for is monitoring how often I get my haircut. Matt Cutts found a neat little hack that allows you to find out how many days have passed since you last did something.
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