Day: September 17, 2022

Internet Marketing

4 Important Changes to Google Ads Extensions: What You Need

Yesterday, Google announced some changes to ad extensions—all of which are pretty good, but which may be a little confusing to beginner advertisers—so we’re clearing it all up in this post.

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The four updates are as follows:

  • Ad extensions are now called assets.
  • [Legacy] extensions easier to create and preview.
  • Combinations report
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Programming

Emergent Leader

Solution

One of the common techniques used in peer-to-peer systems is to
order cluster nodes according to their ‘age’. The oldest member of
the cluster plays the role of the coordinator for the cluster.
The coordinator is responsible for deciding on membership changes
as well as making decisions such as where
Fixed Partitions should be placed
across cluster nodes.

To

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Social Media

Selling on Shopify in 2022: A Step-by-Step Guide

Are you thinking about selling on Shopify? Getting your eCommerce store up and running only takes a few simple steps. You’ll have a professional-looking internet storefront ready to take orders in no time!

In this step-by-step guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know to start selling on Shopify. We’ve also included how to sell on platforms like

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Gadget

Ganiza 6 Quart Air Fryer review – convenient countertop

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REVIEW – We got an air fryer as a gift a couple of years ago and we didn’t even take it out of the box for several months because we didn’t think we would

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Hardware

Intel to Drop Celeron and Pentium Branding From Laptop Parts

While we’re still over a quarter out from the end of 2022, Intel already has its eyes aimed at 2023 and its eventual refresh of its mobile processors. To that end, today the company has announced that they are making some branding changes for the low-end.

Starting in 2023, Intel will be retiring the Pentium and Celeron brands for laptop

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