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August 29, 2013

Lizzie asks…

How compatible is the iphone 4s with google stuff?

On my PC and current (piece of crap) phone, I use mostly google stuff (gmail, navigation, voice, calendar).

Will I be able to easily access these things on the iphone 4s? (especially gmail and calendar; I already know voice is in the ios app store).

BQ: does iphone have a good, FREE GPS navigation like google maps/navigate?

Thanks.

Administrator answers:

Yes, iphone have “maps” application that’s use Google maps.

Also, you can install third-party apps that use www.openstreetmap.org free open source maps.
Http://www.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Apple_iOS

Donna asks…

How can I get a google adsense ad per view?

I have google adsense on my website, but i want to put an ad on and get $ per view. How do I do this?

Administrator answers:

At the moment google allows only Pay Per Click (PPC) there’s no option for you to switch to Pay Per View (PPV) system. As you know Google pays for Clicks. So it all comes down to the amount of traffic you get and converting those traffic to clicks. Which is not easy but it do-able.

Search engine optimization is another great way to earn traffic you can read more about SEO and PPC here http://basscash.blogspot.com/2010/02/pay-per-click-and-search-engine.html and you can find some tips on getting free traffic here http://basscash.blogspot.com/2010/02/free-online-traffics-for-success.html

Laura asks…

How to force google to open pages in new tabs?

When I found something and I click on result I want google to open it in new tab. How can I do it?

Administrator answers:

If you want, try going to preferences, right next to the google search bar. Then scroll down and select the box that says, “Open search results in a new browser window.” and then save your preferneces.

Carol asks…

Can google maps be wrong about what direction north is?

Google earth shows that my house is facing south, but my father says that can’t be true.

Administrator answers:

Well, the Google Earth images are compiled from satellite and aerial images which are then stitched together. Let’s say they made a mistake and your house was rotated 45 degrees, then everything else in that image would be rotated 45 degrees – other buildings would be shown in the wrong places, roads would run in the wrong directions and not join up where they should. All in all, I’d say it is unlikely.

There is one very easy way to find out – if the sun is shining directly on the front of your house at noon then your house faces south.

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