Showing posts with label cms. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cms. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Attention adsense publishers: Unoriginal contents are not allowed by Adsense!

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AdSense Facts & Fiction Part V: Unoriginal content - Inside AdSense

The latest “AdSense Facts & Fiction” from the Google AdSense Blog states an issue about many of adsense publishers turned-mass web site developers:
Fiction: Publishers can put ads on auto-generated pages or other copied content that was not created by them. Fact: We don’t allow sites with auto-generated or otherwise unoriginal content to participate in the AdSense program. This is to ensure that our users are benefiting from a unique online experience and that our advertisers are partnering with useful and relevant sites.
As you read the rest of the post it’s not clear if this applies to sites that republish syndicated content. In additions:
Sometimes we come across sites that are using software to generate automated content. These sites might look like normal news sites, but the information is completely plagiarized. Scraping content and passing it off as one’s own is not only wrong, but it also happens to be a serious violation of our policies There’s a good amount of content that can be copied and republished per the author’s guidelines. So it seems that this directive if mostly pointed to splogs, such as the many “blogs” that copy content from Domain Name Wire and republish it in its entirety.
The post also said that sites should build "long term" users. Which means adsense encourage publishers to run forum or community sites. However, those kind of sites are kind of hard to manage. If you ask me which system would I use, I would suggest Drupal. However, Drupal is same as Google which means developer friendly. Millions of normal users feel that is hard to use since to first step to use it is hard. It is because majority of users are not familiar with Linux based system. From now on, I will publish a few tutorials for everyone about how to deploy and activate a drupal7 web site!

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Drupal 7 - Easier and more powerful than ever

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Drupal 7 - Easier and more powerful than ever

| drupal.org:

"Friendly and powerful: Drupal 7
We are proud to present to you our best work yet – Drupal 7, the friendly and powerful content management platform for building nearly any kind of website: from blogs and micro-sites to collaborative social communities. Get started with Drupal 7

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Drupal core 7

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Drupal 7.0 RC 4 Released

Help test the forthcoming Drupal 7.0!

7.0-rc4 release: Download | Notes
7.x-dev snapshot: Download | Notes

Get started by downloading the official Drupal core files. These official releases come bundled with a variety of modules and themes to give you a good starting point to help build your site. Drupal core includes basic community features like blogging, forums, and contact forms, and can be easily extended by downloading other contributed modules and themes.
Before installing Drupal, please review the system requirements and the Installation Guide.
If you are using Internet Explorer and WinZip, save the file first, as otherwise IE will corrupt the file's extension.
Information on version numbers can be found in the handbook.

When will Drupal 7 be released?

January 5, 2011. Come celebrate the release!

Downloads

Recommended releases

Version Downloads Date Links
6.20 tar.gz (1.05 MB) | zip (1.23 MB) 2010-Dec-15 Notes
5.23 tar.gz (750.26 KB) | zip (852.87 KB) 2010-Aug-11 Notes

Other releases

Version Downloads Date Links
7.0-rc4 tar.gz (2.59 MB) | zip (3.05 MB) 2010-Dec-30 Notes

Development releases

Version Downloads Date Links
7.x-dev tar.gz (2.6 MB) | zip (3.05 MB) 2011-Jan-03 Notes
6.x-dev tar.gz (1.05 MB) | zip (1.23 MB) 2010-Dec-16 Notes
5.x-dev tar.gz (750.34 KB) | zip (854.89 KB) 2010-Aug-12 Notes