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Mobile Converter Plugins can Lessen Google Adsense Revenue

By: Elena Grace Flores

Trying to comply with mobile requirements to generate more traffic but ended up getting a lower Google Adsense revenue? Here’s why.  Most free mobile converter plugins available today only convert the contents of a website’s pages to make them highly viewable through Iphones, smartphones and tablets. The overall design of the website including the placeholders of Google Adsense advertisements obviously are being left out.

This explains why despite the increased number of traffic, the revenue remains low or even becomes a lot lower. Mobile converter plugins are easy to install and activate but despite their promise of increasing web traffic, you must be aware that they do not necessarily increase the revenue from your blogs at the same time.

Google Adsense even came up with mobile-friendly advertisements but this won’t help a lot if the placeholder itself can’t be viewed from a mobile gadget. It is suggested that if you can’t find a better technique to make the whole website responsive, stick with your original desktop settings – because mobile viewers can still view the whole site. They just have to make a bit of adjustments by scrolling up, down or wider – which are not a big deal at all!

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Android Bearers: Samsung Galaxy Note II and Google LG Nexus 4


By: Gian Carlo Chua


Samsing & LGGoogle’s Android and Apple’s iOS are giant rivals in the mobile device race. According to the recent survey, Google’s Android has already overtaken iOS and will even make a blast this year. Android apps are serving different brands of mobile phones such as Samsung, LG Nexus series, HTC and many more while iOS remains exclusive to Apple app. One of the biggest advantages of Android phones is their
variety of choices – in terms of compatible applications. Consumers can also buy an Android phone from $200 up to thousands of dollars depending on the specifications that would suit their budget – but it doesn’t mean that the cheaper brand is inferior – just limited in features. In Asian countries, Android phones are more usable because of the dual sim-card feature. Being able to choose the same network provider with the receiving party can lessen the prepaid-load or phone bill.

Samsung Galaxy Note II

The Samsung series are fashionable with exciting styles for any age group. In fact, they are considered as prime smartphones for any event. Galaxy Note II in particular is comfortable to use. Its big 5.5 inches x 720 size is not a disadvantage – in fact the wide screen allows fuller view. It can be great when surfing the internet, taking videos and capturing photos. You will feel the real momentum of any event you want to keep to last a lifetime.

Samsung Galaxy Note II is carrying a fast 4-core processor with 2GB of RAM Android 4.1.1 plus 4.2 update. The 16GB storage can still be expanded. It has a replaceable battery with 3,100mAH capacity – so huge that it can last up to 2 days of normal usage.

Galaxy Note II is supported by 3G data with dual-channel HSPA+. Unfortunately, the mobile phone will get hotter when you use it for longer hours. However, it has a special pen as its unique feature. It is useful to create your own graphics on screen or you can personalize your notes using the handwritten option. So, many users are having fun with this “phablet” or phone tablet.

Galaxy Note II build was made following a high quality standard. You can carry it anywhere without having a bulky handbag or backpack because you can actually put it inside your pocket. It is reasonably priced at about $1,050 up to $1,100.
Google-LG Nexus 4

If you are looking for an Android bearer phone that suits your needs, take a look at Google-LG Nexus 4 that freshly unveiled the 4.2.1 “Androidify” version of Jelly Bean.

LG is very handy due to its slim discreet form. It measures 134x 69 mm and 9mm thick. It has excellent and high resolution screen with 1,280 x 768 pixels. Nexus 4 works fast with its 16GB storage, 1.5GHz four-core processor and 2GB RAM. For normal use, Nexus 4 2,100Ah battery can last over a day.

Nexus 4’s camera has 8 Megapixel resolution and users will also have fun with its Photo Sphere panoramic application – although it’s not that striking compared to some higher versions.

Additionally, LG Nexus 4 has typical choices of wireless connections and sensors. It is also noted to have fast 3G and the new Dual Channel HSPA for standard data transfers is impressive. It is equipped with Bluetooth that supports Near Field Communications. For a smartphone device that costs about $799, it is well-priced and pretty nice.

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