Google Adsense just hit a new low

I was browsing my site Tathkarti today when I was horrified by this ugly floating giant ad.   What’s this? Where did my site go? Oh it’s there in the back. But where did this ad come from? Have my site been compromised? Or is it my browser? I closed the ad, and saw it […]

How far have Google gone from what they used to be with Ads

When Google started back in 1998, they surprised people by their simplistic design. Their page was clean and fast. They didn’t even have a footer, that people thought page is still loading! Their paid ads were all plain text, clearly visible and distinguishable. They were ahead of everybody else settings standards about user experience, and […]

Twitter testing push notification ads?

I got this weird Twitter App notification on my iPhone today.   At the age of information overflow, I have absolutely no interest in knowing who followed whom. Let alone get a push notification on my iPhone for that. So why did I get it? By mistake? Very unlikely. The message is formed to tell […]

Google To Acquire AdMob

Google to Acquire AdMob November 2009 Today we announced that AdMob has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Google for $750 million. We are extremely excited about this new partnership and what it means for our publishers. AdMob’s people, products and tools will continue to work to effectively monetize your mobile traffic – […]

Damn Smartly Genius NIKE Campaign!

Sport challenge campaign by Nike between the two mortal enemies bound to live together for as long as the human race continues. Men & Women. Who runs more? I’m glad to say so far we’re doing great. The campaign Nikeplus (make sure to watch the ad there) is to promote the new set of iPod […]

Google Embeds Ads in Image Search

Today I noticed that Google have started introducing Sponsored Ads on top of their image results page. Right now if I try several searches again however, for some reason it doesn’t show up. Was it just a small testing period? Maybe. The ads anyways don’t ruin the page look and usability to an annoying level. […]

This is how Japanese advertise Google Chrome

via JayAre