Sites that focus solely on the display of other people’s content like content farms are now on Google’s radar. Google has decided to make a lot of algorithmic changes that would focus on the reduction of spam from search results and give higher ranking to top quality sites with unique content.
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Google announced that it would be implementing new measures in its quest to ban sites that are guilty of copyright infringement from its services.
These measures include amongst others, the improvement of the AdSense Anti-Piracy review, which will act to expel copyright violators from the AdSense P…. More »
In March of this year, YouTube announced that more than 24 hours of video was being uploaded to YouTube every minute. Those figures seem to have jumped as YouTube announced yesterday that video uploaded to YouTube had risen to 35 hours every minute. What that translates to is that 2,100 hours of vid…. More »
In a question about whether AdSense spammers would be removed from the program, it was said that Google was getting geared to make some big changes.
Change, they say is constant and when a company like Google gives a hint about an imminent change, it is to be taken seriously in order to maximiz…. More »
The common attitude among financial analysts and the online community in general has been one of doubt concerning whether Facebook would be able to successfully monetize its platform and profit from it. According to a new research from comScore, Facebook has succeeded beyond expectations.
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eBay released its third quarter financial numbers and thanks to the strong growth of its PayPal division, both its revenue and net income increased.
In the third-quarter of 2010, eBay made $2.238 billion in revenue, which was actually up 1% from the same quarter in 2009.
While eBay’s marketplace business generated $1.41 billion in revenue, PayPal’s revenue topped $838 million, a rise of 22%. From these numbers, analysts predict PayPal will be the company’s top revenue driver in just a few years. And with PayPal’s recent release of their photo-based check-depositing app for the iPhone, PayPal continues to innovate new ways to move towards success.
Do you think eBay would be able to financially exist without PayPal?