Meeting a snowdrop in February is as difficult as finding a computer that does not have a browser installed.
A browser is a window on the Internet. From this program it will depend on how quickly your windows open, how safe and convenient you are to use the World Wide Web.
I got a computer 12 years ago, I started using the Internet 10 years ago, and since then I have tried all the browsers that were popular at that time.
I offer a small comparative analysis of these programs, namely Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera. Continue reading
Well, for starters, let’s answer the question “What is CTR?” Ctr is an indicator of clickthrough rate, the ratio of the number of clicks to the number of impressions. The more – the more effective advertising and, as a result, greater earnings.
The CTR rating is one of the most well-known tools for evaluating the effectiveness of a banner, although its widespread use seems to me not quite adequate to the tasks posed to advertising campaigns.
Obviously, a simple calculation of “the number of impressions per page divided by the number of clicks from the page” gives a figure that speaks more of the average CTR of the banners displayed on this page, and not Continue reading
Of course, everyone knows what Twitter is and with its concept of short message tweets (tweets), no more than 140 characters, everyone is familiar. And what to do, the Internet dictates its own laws. In today’s frantic pace of life, it’s hard to get hung up on something. Today, no one has the desire and sometimes time to read huge blog posts that are full of water and completely unnecessary clarifications and clarifications. This explains the crazy popularity of Twitter among Internet users. Twitter is one of the ten most visited sites in the world. Twitter is where people instant messaging is a mini blogging platform. Twitter users more than 200 million people. But why is he still so popular? After all, it was possible to write instant mini messages (statuses) earlier. Twitter was launched on July 15, 2006 (the same year, but later, the Russian social network VKontatke was launched), before it there was a social network Facebook, where users were given the opportunity to write status messages on their wall. It would seem that Twitter completely duplicates the functionality of the wall of a regular social network and gives nothing new to users! So why is he so popular?
That’s just the point, except for publishing instant tweets there is nothing more (except retweets and subscriptions) … Continue reading