Advertisement tracking is pretty much a given in today’s world. Major networks like Google and Microsoft are serving advertisements on thousands of websites and they attempt to serve you relevant ads based on your browsing experience. But, you can stop the tracking and serving of personalised ads.
FindTheBest, a data-driven comparison engine, just launched its interactive, data-driven widgets for bloggers and related WordPress plugin These enable data-driven publishers and bloggers to add interactive, customizable and unbiased product, service and reference listings to blogs and websites. The widgets are: Interactive and include small infographics Monetizable (come with ‘buy now button’); bloggers and affiliate share all the revenues Single or multiple-listing options (for reviews or comparisons) Fully customizable Widgets cover product, service and reference listings across 800 topics The widgets and plugin cover over 800 topics, spanning 9 categories, including: Business & Finance, Education, Electronics, Health, Home & Family, Motors, Software, Sports & Recreation and Travel & Lifestyle. FindTheBest is open to both Publishers and Advertisers / Business owners who can add their listing for free.
Schibsted Classified Media has announced the launch on the Indian market of the free classified ads site Sahipasand.com. The site allows people in India to buy and sell in a wide variety of categories without any cost for the user.
Inside Adsense reports that Adsense is now available for web-based games. As a beta user of AdSense for Games, you can display video ads, image ads, or text ads within your online games to earn revenue. You’ll be able to show these ads in placements you define, such as interstitial frames before a game, after a level change, or when a game is over.
Two weeks back, Matt announced that Automattic is testing WordPress.com ads on post and tag pages. I don’t spend much time on any WordPress.
Yahoo! Messenger comes bundled with several ads in the main messenger window, the chat window and the webcam window. Google Operating System Blog has provided a .