Make money from games using Choke Point strategy. Something you are already familiar with, explained here from a different perspective.

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![DFP_SmallBusiness_color](/attachments/small/3/DFP_SmallBusiness_color.jpg "align-left") Whether you own a small personal blog or a top 1000 website, the importance of monetizing your website to the fullest is essential. Depending on your needs and the type of website you have, there are a variety of ways to improve your ability to monetize, simplify your advertising solution, and encourage a better bottom line. One of the greatest ways to do this is to expand your advertising options with the usage of an [Ad Server](http://www.adopsinsider.com/ad-serving/how-does-ad-serving-work/), a powerful piece of software that controls how advertising appears on your website. For most sites, advertising is often a very …

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Mobile malware has moved from the security vendor testing labs, out of the realms of marketing hype and FUD, and [firmly onto your smartphone](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/news/382139/how-mobile-malware-actually-grew-by-1400-percent-in-the-last-12-months). The main target for the malware distributors would appear to be the Android platform, which is not surprising given the rapid growth in the userbase coupled to the 'open to all' nature of the Android app marketplace. Up until now, the usual method of monetizing Android malware had been to subscribe to premium SMS text message services owned by affiliates of the cyber-criminals. Other than this, monetization of malware on the smartphone platform had been rather …

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Many bloggers have tried to find a business model for blogging, but Steve Gibson's figured out a way to make money off the bloggers themselves. He relies on suing them. Gibson is CEO of Las Vegas company [URL="http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/07/copyright-trolling-for-dollars/"]Righthaven[/URL], which purchases the copyright to newspaper content and then sues bloggers and websites that use the articles without obtaining permission. The company, which was formed in March, has filed 80+ federal lawsuits against those using articles from the[I] Las Vegas Review-Journal[/I]. Currently he hopes that Stephens Media, which owns the [I]Las Vegas Review-Journal[/I], will allow him to expand his business to other …

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When you look closely at any web promotion system or idea you will find that the root of "web site promotion" is always a system to facilitate what is really nothing more than link exchange. Link exchange is what Google Adsense and Adwords is. Google is a "broker" or middleman who negotiates a trade between websites. Pay Per Click (as the system is commonly referred to) is a business agreement or specifically a business and pricing model. Once the negotiations are completed (i.e. the Adword's bid is in) the link is placed on a participating Adsense site. The Adword's "bidder" …

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Rupert Murdoch is not a stupid man, his business empire is evidence of that. For anyone to become a media mogul requires smarts, but those smarts seem to be deserting Murdoch as he continues to play the fool and deny that old monetisation methods do not work for the new online model that has so totally embraced news media. Gord Hotchkiss over at [URL="http://www.searchnewz.com/blog/talk/sn-6-20091112RupertmeetRealityRealitymeetRupert.html"]Searchnewz[/URL] says "Rupert Murdoch's rantings are so out of touch that they're bordering on lunacy, or, at a minimum, stupidity. He's mad that his old revenue model isn't working anymore" and I couldn't agree more. When Mike …

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[URL="http://www.comscore.com"]comScore[/URL] has just published data from the Video Metrix service which shows that the number of online videos being viewed here in the UK is up 47 percent on a year ago and fast approaching 5 billion in April 2009 when the measuring period ended. Google did best out of the sharp upturn in online video viewing habits, with YouTube display advertising reaching some 18 million people during that month. Hardly surprising when it seems everyone, [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3846.html"]including the Pope[/URL], uses YouTube these days and there is [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4366.html"]30 minutes of YouTube video uploaded every single second[/URL]. According to the data, in …

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At simultaneous launch events held in both London and New York today, [URL="http://www.bebo.com"]Bebo[/URL] announced its Open Media vision for social media and entertainment to provide media companies totally free access to its community of some 40 million users. In return, those 40 million members of the social networking community who, one assumes, are mainly there to find and make friends (the clue is in the social networking name after all) get free access to what Bebo refers to as 'thousands of hours of premium entertainment content from some of the world's best known media brands' and what the rest of …

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I have long been a fan of [URL="http://www.blinkx.tv"]Blinkx[/URL] the video search engine that, as far as I am concerned, pretty much prompted the whole genre and introduced the idea of live video search and stream done properly. So I was interested to receive word from Blinkx founder and CTO Suranga Chandratillake today that they have entered a partnership deal with Lycos. Now usually, I admit, such news bores me senseless. But this is different, because it doesn’t involve coughing up millions to serve up web search and listings to Face Party, as Microsoft have done, or $900,000 to do the …

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Web Developer. Webmaster. Web Designer. What do these terms mean? Which one are you? In fact, these terms have been used and misused so much that they are in danger of losing any distinct meaning. This article attempts to define and defend these labels and their meanings. "Webmaster" in particular has been diluted to the point where it hardly means anything at all. In the proverbial "early days" of the web, it meant a person who had both the hardware and software knowledge to - setup and configure a web server - register a domain - find a good ISP, …

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