Month: January 2013

PPC Challenge: Ad Dynamo vs Adsense

I have always been sceptical whether Google Adsense is actually the best PPC program out there for publishers to monetize their website. The problem is that there will be reviews on the internet recommending  how good or bad a PPC program is: take me with my review on Ad Dynamo. However, …

4 Great Tips To Make Money With BuySellAds

BuySellAds is unlike the other forms of online monetization such as Adsense in the sense that you have much more control over the ad sizes, pricing and more. What sets BuySellAds apart from competitors for for PPC and in-text advertising is that you have complete control over monetizing …

How Conservations Laws Led To The Discovery Of The Neutrino

The conservation law in fundamental particles of matter is the idea that which every decay of a nucleus, the charge, energy, lepton number and nucleon number is always conserved (a bit like momentum). With alpha decay, the energy, lepton number and charge stays the same before the decay and after …

Unmatched Ad Request In Google Adsense Explained

Lately, while I was looking through some of the statistics of Ask Will Online on Adsense, I came across that nearly 9% of my traffic is getting ‘unmatched ad requests’ instead of a CPC or CPM bid. What is this unmatched ad request Google Adsense displays in reports. …

December 2012 – Ask Will Online’s Stats From Google Analytics

To sum up December  it has been an average month. The traffic has decreased due to Christmas (however, this is on the rise again). Saying this, I gained a few extra advertisers on BuySellAds. I’m sorry to say that this will be an extremely short post because I simply …

Movement Of Heat In Physics

Heat flow occurs from a hotter substance to a cooler substance. For example, a metal at 400°C is placed into water of temperature 60°C. The heat will flow from 400°C-60°C. The greater the temperature difference between hot and cold, the greater rate of heat flow. The First Law Of …

Specific Heat Capacity and Latent Heat Experiments In Physics

The following experiment measures the specific heat capacity of a block of metal. Method Before you start the experiment, you will need the equipment for the experiment. You will need: 12V battery pack. 5 wires (two black and three red preferably). Ammeter. Voltmeter. Metal block (copper in our case). Immersion …

Chapter 13 and 14 Physics A2 OCR Revision

When looking at the macroscopic world and gases, we need to have macroscopic properties to measure the gases with. This can be: Volume, V. Mass, m. Density, p (rho). Temperature, T. Pressure, p. Pressure vs Volume To perform an experiment of pressure vs volume, we need to make …

3 Sources Of Evidence Towards The Big Bang

The Big Bang theory suggests the the Universe originated in a very hot and very dense state from which it has expanded and cooled. Red Shift Red shift of light from distance galaxies is evidence that the universe is expanding because: Light from all galaxies is red shifted …

Hubble’s Law, Constant and the Expanding Universe

The Hubble Constant is the ratio of speed of recession of a galaxy due to the expansion of the universe. The problem with measuring the Hubble Constant is that it is extremely difficult to get an accurate number (there are lots of variables we cannot control that will …