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J. Gracey Stinson
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AdSense TC, Free Stock Photos, Backgrounds, Textures & more
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Kinda funny, all things considered.

#McDonald's, #DonaldTrump, #funny

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Haven't spent much time logging into shutterstock lately ... guess I should :)


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For AdSense publishers using the official AdSense Wordpress Plugin - if you haven't been made aware of it yet, this plugin will be retiring. See the AdSense Help page for the plugin on what to do.



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Yesterday we took a drive to Kissimee and got on one of the airboat tours. Pretty interesting as the boat captain knew a lot about the local wildlife. Weirdest thing we saw were cows ... walking around in the middle of the lake. The deepest it gets is up to the neck of the cow but still ... it was odd to see. Acquatic cows :)

Hubby was wearing a t-shirt from Google that I bought him. When he wears that people ask if he works for them. He says no, but yesterday I heard him telling someone his wife works for them. I had to set them straight on that cause NO I don't (and don't be telling people I do).

But it's funny what a t-shirt can say when you think about it. I've got a Beach Boys T, but it doesn't mean I'm in the band. People tend to make a lot of assumptions when a company name is on a tee.
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Pretty helpful video from #AdSense to help publishers understand what #invalidtraffic is.

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In the #AdSense forum copyright infringement is something we see pretty much every day. With more new publishers coming online all the time, we see a lot of people who simply don't understand #copyright laws. You can't just take images from #googleimagesearch without permission from the owner - and no, the owner isn't #Google.

There are so many places to get #freeimages on the web that you can use, so it doesn't make sense to use images you can't.

Places like #shutterstock; #www.sevenoaksart.co.uk, #flickr, #istockphoto, #photopin ... and lots of others. You can also do a #Google search for images licensed under #CreativeCommons, or even find images marked #PublicDomain.

Why risk using something you shouldn't?



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hahahaha, how funny is this? An adblocking company using AdSense ads to advertise their services :D
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