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AdSense has a new logo!

When it come to Google, they don't need anyone's approval to do and undo, in that sense they have rebranded their Revenue sharing platform called Google Adsense.

Well as a publisher too i think i've always noticed each new development comes either by email after they have implemented it, although i think this new logo perfectly fits the whole dashboard which gives it that "Flat" design.




This rebranding as it seems did explain how Google Adsense tends to help people do more of what they love around the world.

However from their Google Plus page there are tons of comments some say they love it, others prefer the old logo while the rest who apparently have been banned from Adsense dropped very harsh comments... Click Here to goto the Adsense Google Plus Page

But overall i think the video is nice and it basically just showed publishers testimonials even though Adsense team tend to call them Customers!

Watch the video below and tell us if you ever enjoyed being a Google Adsense publisher/advertiser and if you love/like the new logo.







Looking at a disappointing amount of user growth in social network Twitter, the executive Dick Costolo steps down. He was under pressure from authorities on improving overall importance of this network as there is need for increase in followers and people who sign up for it.
Sites co-founder Jack Dorsey will be replacing him at this post. Social media keeps getting led down when there is need for increase in number of users. A way suggested was by advertising on different social networks and trying to draw attention to betterment and usage.
People have a restriction in getting followers on this social network. User must only have a maximum of 2000 people he is following. Addition of only 200 followers is allowed when people try to socialize on this network and add more friends.
People who are from high profiles are usually registered on this network but tweets are not communicating more effectively when comparison of other social is made such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
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