If you are on this page, there are lots of chances you have a Google Adsense account, you are planning to create one, or Google just close the account you had.
This is where I will tell you what I’ve learned in my 7 years experience with Google Adsense and how I reached the $10,000 barrier. But before I get into more details, let me tell you how I have started. Continue reading “7 years Google Adsense earnings statistics and 10.000$ barrier reached”
Few days ago I have notice a big rise of my Google analytics stats from some very suspicious sources from Russia. Strange thing about this was the browser languages.
Here is a sample of my analytics report:
There are some more curious language codes in the report: Continue reading “How to stop Google Analytics Language SPAM?”
I would like to dedicate this article to one of my colleagues, but I really don’t want to hurt his feelings. So I will not mention his name here.
So, I will like to tell you a little bit about the so-called finger on respond, or send button which is quite a terrible affection that it is expanding very quickly lately. You will find out how this disorder started and spread out, on an epidemic scale.
Continue reading “FORBA (Finger On Respond Button Affection) – A closer look at people suffering it”
I have recently been asked by a client about what 5 languages should he use to go international with his website. Well, beside translating in the obvious English language, I did not know which one should he go next.
I think 10 is the magic number on this, so I will enumerate just the first 10 of them. If you are interested in more than 10 languages, then the order is not quite important Continue reading “Case study: What 5 languages should I use to translate my website?”
There are times when you wold like to rename the default posts to something else. For example, I used a WordPress installation to created a real estate related website from a standard WordPress install.
I needed to add a custom post houses so that the client would be able to add the content to the website, but on the other hand I did not need to use the standard post type since I did not need the blog or news section. So why not convert it to something else. Continue reading “WordPress rename/change Post name to a different post type”
Like I said in the previous article “Complete case study: watermark replacement – part I” about replacing an old or outdated watermark, this task is not quite trivial but more likely boring and very time-consuming.
Anyway…let’s continue. I have now separated all images by:
- logo in the center
- multiple logos all over.
I will try to process the images that have the logo in the center. In this group, I have a little bit over 40.000 images. Continue reading “Complete case study: watermark detection, remove and place a new watermark- Part II”
Replacing a watermark over one image can be an easy task. Replacing it on a 50.000 set of images can be a tricky job to do.
This case is really simple. The company changes their logo. They have all the images on their website watermarked with their old logo and they wanted to re-watermark all the images. They did not store the original photos on upload but stored just the new watermarked ones.
So here is where I came in and try to sort things out. Continue reading “Complete case study: watermark detection, remove and place a new watermark – Part I”
Before start working with WPMU (WordPress MultiSite)
I have done this for a Real Estate website, but it applies to any niche out there. / documentation
Install as usual
- If you would like to install WP in a directory, do it before anything else. Install WP and make sure that all permalinks works fine. Copy (not move)
index.php on site root and change:
/** Loads the WordPress Environment and Template */
require( dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/wp-blog-header.php' );
// change to
require( dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/wp-multisite-network-files/wp-blog-header.php' );
Continue reading “Complete case study: WordPress Multisite Network Installation for a Real (Estate) Website”