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Yes. It's probably more so when alt text isn't present, just because Google seems to put a lot of emphasis on that. Give your images detailed, informative filenames The filename can give Google clues about the subject matter of the image. Try to make your filename a good description of the subject matter of the image. For example, ...


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The following services are alternatives to Google's AdSense: TribalFusion Bidvertiser Chitika Infolinks Pocket Cents Kontera Clicksor Exit Junction Yahoo Publisher Network FastClick (now known as ValueClick)


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Its difficult to understand your code, In jQuery you can get the image alt jQuery("#image_id").attr('alt'); if you need to set some alt tag you can use as below. jQuery("#image_id").attr('alt','your text'); If the image have no id or class you can select with img tag too, in that case more than one img on the same page you have to loop them like ...


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A good method to find the answer is: Use the same network as other top websites in the Netherlands (or many other countries) are using, excluding AdSense of course: Browse the top 100 Dutch websites and take note on those who uses text and banner ads Find the companies behind their ad sales Contact those ad placement companies and ask how to join their ...


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My experience is Google Ad's perform better because of the better related advertisers in their network. That said you can't make any assumptions like this or take peoples opinions. Because your visitors are not their visitors. The ad's showing up are likely not the same so the only way to know for sure is test this yourself. Put Google Ad's on a page with ...


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It seems that I'm able to answer my own question while using the new Custom Search API. Creating a Custom Search Engine will initially ask you to provide sites or pages that you want your CSE to search in. By filling in a sample website and creating the CSE you are then able to manage and adjust it after the creation process. Here you can tell the CSE that ...


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I've used mySimpleAds for a client in the past, and they were happy with it. As the name suggests, though, it may be missing features versus what you were using in OpenX(which was complicated, so...). You'll have to do that for yourself.


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What features of Picasa do you need in special? Do you just want to store images on your Server or do you want to edit these too? If you just need a storage system to share your pictures maybe something like ownCloud is a good alternative for you. http://owncloud.org/ It's like dropbox or box.com - just hosted on your own server - you can store files, ...


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Well definitely stay the hell away from openx unless you're shelling out big $$ as part of their microsoft-run enterprise level of service (i.e. its what groupon is on). They gave up years ago on the open source openx, and it shows. Right now as far as free ad servers that actually are decent is concerned, check out google's doubleclick for publishers ...



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