Saturday, June 26, 2004

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Friday, June 25, 2004

WebScripts: WebAdverts

Banner Rotation Script If you've been looking for a banner rotation script to rotate banners on your website check out WebAdverts. It is shareware so if you download it and like it you'll want to go back and register it for a mere 50.00. This also would work for selling banner ads on your site and generating additional income.

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Google Offers Search to Small Publishers | News | Article "Google will offer small publishers Web search services formerly reserved for bigger Web sites like AOL and EarthLink, the search giant said last week. With AdSense for Search, Web publishers can add a Google search box to their sites. Queries from the sites take users to a Google Web page, and any clicks on paid search listings are shared with the publishers."....(read the full story)

Monday, June 21, 2004

Free Search From Google

Want to drive traffic? Try the Google Free way. Sign up for Google's free search and your website visitors can search your website or Google itself.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004 FavIcon from Pics

Make Your Own Favicon: "Would you like to display your own icon on the browser address bar when visitors view or bookmark your web page? The favicon feature makes it possible to brand address bars, bookmarks / favorites, and/or tabs with custom icons.The FavIcon from Pics makes it easier to create icons for your web pages. Simply select a picture, logo or other graphic (of any size/resolution) that you already have for the 'Source Image' and click 'Generate FavIcon.ico'"

Sunday, June 06, 2004

MoreGoogle: add features to Google - including Thumbnails

MoreGoogle: add features to Google - including Thumbnails Here's an add on for Internet Explorer that gives Google some Amazon-like features, such as user ratings, recommendations, reviews and more. It basically enhances what Google already does. Free to download.

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

California Senate Approves Bill Curbing Gmail

Gmail Takes a Blow By now you've heard about Google's New Email Service called Gmail. It has caused a lot of hype due to those concerned with privacy. Gmail intends to include ads that are related to the content of the messages. What kills me is Gmail is a free service and no one is going to force you to use it. Do we really need laws to protect you from it? If you ask me this is stupid and what's up with California? They come out with new laws every other week. Read the story at ClickZ......