Google: 10.000 Inside AdSense Readers

Nowadays, almost every internet user enjoys Google's products that are currently available for free and accessible via the online interface. For example, Gmail is the mail solution provided by the company and, although it is available by invitation, it is currently one of the most popular services on the internet. It's obvious that Google is […]

Nowadays, almost every internet user enjoys Google's products that are currently available for free and accessible via the online interface. For example, Gmail is the mail solution provided by the company and, although it is available by invitation, it is currently one of the most popular services on the internet. It's obvious that Google is and will continue to be a powerful online company that continuously tries to revolutionize the computer activities.

Because the search giant is well known in the entire world and its number of fans is impressive, its employees tried to create multiple ways of communication with the customers such as blogs, Google Groups, e-mail addresses and feedback forms. As you probably know, the company owns Blogger, the largest blog community on the internet, so it was quite easy to design blogs for every product developed by Google.

At this time, one of the most popular blogs provided by Google is Inside AdSense, a special community meant to inform users about the latest improvements added to the service. Today, the Inside AdSense team posted a message on the official blog to announce that more than 10.000 users visit the page every day or read the headlines through other application.

Since our first post oh-so-long-ago in August 2005, we've aimed to provide all our readers with all the support, answers, and updates possible. Soon after we introduced the blog, we offered you all the option to receive our posts by email. Many of you -- more than 10,000 of you as of this past week, in fact -- chose to take us up on our offer and have discovered that subscribing to the blog is a great way to get the heads-up about new features, the inside scoop on optimizing your site, and the answers to questions that have puzzled you and other AdSense publishers? Julie Beckmann, AdSense Publisher Support, sustained in a post published on the official blog of the service.

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