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Holiday music returns to Victoria BC with Daniel Lapp's HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

Fiddler and trumpet player Daniel Lapp brings back his HOME FOR CHRISTMAS concert to Victoria, now in its 15th year.  Presented by the Victoria Conservatory of Music, the toe-tapping and joy-filled holiday concert returns to Alix Goolden Performance Hall for three performances on December 21 and 22, 2018. Cara Luft | Photo courtesy Martin Woodhead Special guest is Canadian musician Cara Luft, a founding member of The Wailin' Jennys who now performs with The Small Glories. Soley La...
Tags: Travel, Music, Holidays, Christmas, Victoria, British Columbia, Ticketfly, Daniel, Emmylou Harris, Victoria BC, Cara Luft, VCM, Daniel Lapp, Victoria Conservatory of Music, Alix Goolden Performance Hall, Martin Woodhead


Review: WelcomHotel, Vadodara

Tired after exploring various things in Vadodara, we reached WelcomHotel where we were staying. As we stepped into the lobby, soothing music relaxed our nerves and instead of rushing to our room, we sat in the lobby and started enjoying the live music being played by two gentlemen sitting on the floor. One of them had 30 odd big and small bowls filled with water and by playing with bamboo sticks he was producing music – technically this setup is called Jal Tarang. A tabla player gave company...
Tags: Travel, Music, Itc, Gujarat, Hotel Reviews, Cambria, Vadodara, Anuradha Goyal, Gandhi Ji, Gujarati, Jal Tarang, Raga, Vaishnav Jan, WelcomHotel Vadodara, WecomHotel


Happiness is more subject in your subject line.

If a certain lack of variety has weighed on the format of your day-to-day, feed-to-email deliveries, things are looking up at last. Recent advances in dollar-sign technology have brought some strange and fascinating new capabilities to the Email Branding section of FeedBurner's Email Subscriptions feature. Read on, ostensibly for the many useful pictures and descriptions, but really for the danger and excitement only a new checkbox can bring.First, sign in to your Google Account on FeedBurner an...
Tags: Jazz, New Features, Feedburner, Unknown, Paul Darga, Matt Shobe FeedBurner Team, AdSense for Feeds


Ad Review Center is now available for Feeds

Many of you have asked for a way to preview ads before they appear in your feed posts. That feature is now available.The Ad Review Center (ARC) will give you more transparency and control by enabling you to approve or disapprove ad creatives before they appear in your posts.To get started with this tool, please login to your AdSense account. You will find ARC in the ‘Competitive Ad Filter’ section located under the ‘AdSense Setup’ tab. If you are using your AdSense account for other products-...
Tags: Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, AdSense Tips, Feed Placements, Barbara Bochner, Google Publisher Solutions Team, AdSense for Feeds


Socializing your feed with Twitter

Sometimes you reach across the hedgerow to share with your . Other times, members of the household move away and yet you can't keep from calling to remind them to wear a hat and such because it's chilly out. Today, we're celebrating acquaintances near-and-far by launching the ability to send your feed to Twitter.FeedBurner has always been about measuring, managing, and monetizing syndicated content. Our hope is that by providing one application in which you can direct your feed in real-time t...
Tags: Google, Twitter, Google Analytics, Jazz, New Features, Feedburner, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Twitter FeedBurner, AdSense for Feeds


Casanova Charged With Attempted Murder

In December 2020, New York City rapper Casanova was arrested on federal charges, accused by the Department Of Justice of leading a series of violent crimes — including the murder of a 15-year-old in Poughkeepsie — with a gang called Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation. Since then, Casanova, born Caswell Senior, has been in held in a Westchester County Jail, facing firearm possession, conspiracy to distribute substances, and unemployment fraud charges. Now, the rapper has reportedly been charged wit...
Tags: Music, News, New York City, Department Of Justice, Poughkeepsie, Casanova, Westchester County Jail


Intro to Feed Placements

In times like these, we know that generating as much revenue as possible is on many publishers' minds. This will be the first of many posts that will hope to explain how to better configure AdSense for feeds to help maximize revenue. Before going into specifics though, it's important to understand a couple important differences in how your subscribers are different from visitors on your website.  If you use an analytics package for your site such as Google Analytics, most publishers will see ...
Tags: Google, Google Analytics, Jazz, Unknown, AdSense Tips, Steve Olechowski, Feed Placements, Google Content Network, AdSense for Feeds


Your stats, right away

Do you hate delays? Do you think being told to “Please wait…” by websites, cash machines, call centers, and the doughnut stand drive-thru guy in the year 2010 is a sure sign modern living isn’t quite meeting our collective expectations as a planet?Good news! Today, we will be rolling out a new, experimental interface for Google FeedBurner. The real story is what’s new under the hood, however: the new interface provides real time stats for clicks, views, and podcast downloads, which means you ca...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Unknown, Ping, Dan Rodney FeedBurner Team, AdSense for Feeds


Be it declared, a map for every feed!

One of the most compelling reasons that publishers choose FeedBurner is that it gives them the tools to record and analyze how many users are consuming their content. Late last week, we launched an enhancement to our item statistics that enables publishers to get a bit more information about those users. Similar to the feature by the same name in Google Analytics, the "Map Overlay" page provides a breakdown of the previous day's item statistics from a geographic perspective. For feeds with ite...
Tags: Google, Google Analytics, Jazz, New Features, Announcements, Unknown, Greg Kick FeedBurner Engineering Team, AdSense for Feeds


Saying goodbye to the AdSense for Feeds blog

Thanks to everyone who has been a loyal reader of this blog over the years. After some consideration, we recognize that we're just not generating enough content here to warrant your time, so we won't be posting here any longer. Thanks again for being an enthusiastic FeedBurner user. Posted by Emily Wood, Google Blog Team [Author: ewood]
Tags: Jazz, Ewood, Emily Wood Google Blog Team


FeedBurner Terms of Service Update

As a natural conclusion to the process of migrating feedburner.com accounts to Google Accounts as previously described , we have decided to sunset the legacy Feedburner Terms of Service. The Google Terms of Service will be the terms that apply to your use of Feedburner. These Google Terms of Service are the same terms that apply to many other Google products and services, including your Google Account. As a reminder, the advertising portions of the service are now covered by the and the a...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Important Updates, Google Terms of Service, Feedburner These Google Terms of Service, Google Account As, AdSense for Feeds


Using the Competitive Ad Filter with AdSense for feeds

First, Happy New Year to everyone from AdSense for feeds and FeedBurner teams here at Google.Second, this is a quick one - but we get asked this a lot, so we thought we'd cover it.If you currently use the Competitive Ad Filter with AdSense for content, you may also wish to use it with AdSense for feeds. In order to provide publishers with ultimate control, the filter for AdSense for feeds is separate from that of AdSense for content, but operates in the exact same manner.To block competitors a...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Unknown, AdSense Tips, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


Los colores bonitos, or how I learned to stop worrying and compare multiple feed metrics.

If you've been knocking about within FeedBurner using your Google Account, you may have noticed that the original "french fry" chart from the Analyze tab of the original feedburner.com is no more. This venerable bar chart, with its green picket fence of subscriber trend results, has been the first stop for many publishers when checking their feed analytics for years. In its place is new green-ness (and blue-ness) that communicates three times as much information in the same space, and sets the s...
Tags: Jazz, Unknown, Don, Matt Shobe, Jessie Chavez, AdSense for Feeds


"Afternoon, Frank." "Hey howdy, George."

It's about time these two neighbors got to talking to each other. Most Saturday afternoons you'd find them politely waving as they passed at each other by with their push mowers, tending to their neatly manicured tables, charts, and graphs. It just made sense that the grounds would look that much more complete if they removed a bit of fence between them. And so they've done just that. If you use either AdSense for feeds or Google FeedBurner to track item clicks and also use Google Analytics, as...
Tags: Google, Google Analytics, Jazz, New Features, Announcements, Feedburner, Unknown, George, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


Universal Exports, at your service

As feed consumption continues to grow, many or our publishers are adding more and more feeds to their Google accounts, and wishing to analyze, publicize, and monetize those feeds through the combination of AdSense for feeds and FeedBurner. Because of this trend, one of the most frequent questions we receive is "How do I export stats for all my feeds at once?" As of today, you can now export your subscriber, reach, hits, item click-throughs, podcast downloads, and item views directly from the...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


AdSense policy clarification on using AdSense for feeds and AdSense for content

This is just a quick clarification on AdSense for feeds as it relates to the AdSense for Content specific of only allowing three ad units and three link units per page. Many publishers have asked the question "Since feed items often get displayed with many feed items on a single web page, can using AdSense for feeds jeopardize the status of my AdSense account?" The answer is no. Having three ad units per page is a product specific policy for AdSense for content. Product specific policie...
Tags: Jazz, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Policy Issues, AdSense for Feeds


AdSense for feeds now available directly in Blogger

One of the things our publishers have always asked for are ways to make it even easer to configure their blogs to work with FeedBurner and AdSense for Feeds. We're happy to announce that Blogger users, with just a few clicks, are able to do both at the same time. Yes, this year for Halloween, AdSense for feeds is putting on a Blogger costume and allowing all Blogger publishers to easily monetize your RSS and Atom feeds directly from the Blogger interface, in the same way you set up AdSense on...
Tags: Jazz, New Features, Feedburner, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


A small yet noteworthy change to our item stats link serving

FeedBurner has been busy analyzing, publicizing, optimizing and monetizing your feeds since 2004, and in that time, we've seen our fair share of feed traffic. In fact, we see billions of hits from feed traffic per week, and we watch this data carefully for trends and opportunities to improve what we do in making sure your feed content is delivered as quickly as possible, as accurately as possible, no matter what its destination might be. Today we are making an improvement that we think will ...
Tags: Jazz, Announcements, Feedburner, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Technical Issues, Feed Optimization, Important Updates, AdSense for Feeds


More details on moving to a Google Account

Many of you have already moved from a feedburner.com account to a Google Account. For those who have not yet made the move, there seems to be some confusion on the process and exactly what will happen, or not happen, by certain dates. We want this post to help clear up any confusion. The FeedBurner functionality of analyzing, optimizing, publicizing, and monetizing your feeds is not being shut down or reduced in any way . We have made some strategic decisions to remove some of our functionality...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Matt Shobe, FeedBurner Team, AdSense for Feeds


An important reminder for our MyBrand users

As we detailed in our previous installment, , if you used the MyBrand service at feedburner.com — our service that allows you to use a custom domain with your feed — you must move to a Google account and update your DNS CNAME records by March 16, 2009, or else your MyBrand URLs will return a 404 "page not found" error.It's important to note that it is not enough to just sign in with a Google account and request to move your account if you use MyBrand. Even if your MyBrand-ed URLs have continue...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, Google Account, AdSense for Feeds


The 411 on the 502

As many of you know, since becoming a part of Google in June of 2007, the FeedBurner team has been hard at work transforming FeedBurner into a service that uses the same underlying architecture as many other Google applications, running in the same high-volume datacenters. As a team, we chose this path for one reason: our highest priority is making sure your feed is served as fast as possible after you update your content, and is as close as technically possible to being available 100% of the ti...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


Feed Stats Processing Caught Up

Over the last week, and as reported in the FeedBurner status blog , we experienced a technical issue that caused us to report reduced subscribers from Google Feedfetcher in your feed analytics at FeedBurner and AdSense.Our engineers have resolved the issue, and been able to rebuild stats from our logs such that the totals should now be correct. Please note that in the past, we were not able to correct historical statistical anomalies, but are now able to do so, always using the actual traffic d...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Feedburner, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Technical Issues, AdSense for Feeds, Google Product Management


Category Filtering beta now available for AdSense for feeds English-language ads

Like we on the more general Inside AdSense blog a couple weeks ago, we have extended our category filtering beta to English-language ads on the AdSense network, which we are happy to announce includes ads that appear in AdSense for feeds. This feature allows to you filter ads in up to five categories such as Dating, Drugs and Supplements, Weight Loss, and Get Rich Quick. Your filters will be applied to English-language ads, no matter how they were targeted.To have these settings take effect ...
Tags: Jazz, New Features, Unknown, AdSense Tips, Steve Olechowski, AdSense for Feeds


New features for advertisers targeting feeds

Along with the regarding the doubleclick.net domain we posted a few weeks ago over at , we thought we would mention that we have made similar changes to the AdSense for feeds ad tags that are being placed in feeds. By changing our ad serving to the doubleclick.net domain, we are now allowing advertisers to more easily create campaigns that span all media platform types on the Google Content Network, including sites, feeds, and mobile. In addition to being able to target feeds with and ...
Tags: Jazz, Announcements, Unknown, Steve Olechowski, Feed Placements, AdSense for Feeds


What's all the hubbub about PubSubHubbub?

One of the questions we get from publishers most often is "How do I make sure updates to my feed are delivered to feed readers as fast as possible?" We know this is important to our publishers' businesses and we are constantly making improvements to our back-end systems to minimize the time from when you publish a post to when it appears to subscribers in feed readers.Recently there have been a lot of developments around the so-called "real-time" web. The promise of the real-time web is distrib...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Unknown, Python Perl, Steve Olechowski, Feed Optimization, PubSubHubub Google Group, FeedBurner Team, AdSense for Feeds


Additions and Attractions for Our Feeds-by-Email Service

FeedBurner's email service began delivering updates in April, 2006. The launch was just weeks after scientists determined email and feeds could be safely combined in a laboratory setting. Our public service has since delivered millions of messages on behalf of thousands of publishers, making sure that publishers who want to get the word out can reach the broadest audience possible — including many site visitors who don't already embrace feeds (or feed readers, like Google Reader), but who trust ...
Tags: Google, Jazz, Unknown, Matt Shobe, Email Service, AdSense for Feeds


Enabling social sharing with FeedFlare

Feed content is being constantly distributed via new channels and endpoints every day.   More and more, these new channels involve sharing your content in social networks and applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz.Recently, we launched our service to help you as the publisher distribute your feed via social networks, with the first network being Twitter.   If you use Blogger, you can already connect your feed to Buzz via the "connected sites" link in Buzz.But it's equally impor...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Jazz, New Features, Unknown, Facebook Twitter, Feed Optimization, Google Buzz, Google Buzz FeedFlare, Steve Olechowski FeedBurner Team, AdSense for Feeds


Redirecting your feed to maximize revenue potential

One of the most popular (and recurring) questions our publishers ask is, "How do I maximize revenue for AdSense for feeds and ensure my subscriber stats are as accurate as possible?" Some of you can recite the answers to these questions backwards and forwards (though we find typing it backwards is quite difficult, so we'll leave you to say that aloud). But for our many new publishers that are just tuning in, here's the recap.Just setting up AdSense for feeds ad units in your AdSense account is ...
Tags: Jazz, Unknown, AdSense Tips, Steve Olechowski, Feed Optimization, BrowserFriendly Hopefully, AdSense for Feeds


Astroworld Security Guard Was Not Injected In Neck, Police Now Say

Houston police have walked back the report that an Astroworld Festival security guard was injected with a needle during the fatal crowd surge during Travis Scott’s set that left eight dead and many more injured. As first-hand accounts rolled out following last Friday’s event, which has triggered numerous lawsuits over injuries, a security guard claimed to have lost consciousness after he was stuck in the neck with a needle. Houston Police Chief Troy Finner seemed to confirm the report on Saturda...
Tags: Music, News, Houston, Travis Scott, Houston Police, Astroworld, Troy Finner, Astroworld Security Guard


Kate Bollinger – “Yards / Gardens”

Virginia indie-pop musician Kate Bollinger, who released her latest EP A Word Becomes A Sound last year, has announced that she’s signed to Ghostly International. And to celebrate, she’s following her recent single “Shadows” with “Yards / Gardens,” another track co-written with longtime collaborator John Trainum and guitarist Chris Lewis. The song is about “feeling resistant to change, during a time when it felt like everything was changing,” Bollinger explains, and it comes with a music video d...
Tags: Music, Virginia, Chris Lewis, New Music, Bollinger, Kate Bollinger, Mitch deQuilettes, Yards Gardens, John Trainum



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