This is a small update to the Drupal follow module in order to support Google+ network, to see a demo of this in action just take a look at my blog http://jmolivas.com on the block "Follow me on"
Orignal post entry on my blog
Jesus Manuel Olivas
Esta es una pequeña actualización al modulo follow en Drupal para agregar la opción de Google+, para ver demostración solo revisa en este blog http://jmolivas.com en el bloque de "Follow me on"
Entrada original en m blog
Jesus Manuel Olivas
This was sent to me to post:
Hello, I am a new member of your Drupal User Group, and I also happen to be forming a Google Technology User Group (GTUG) out here in Western MA.
I was wondering if it would be alright to announce this on your drupal group forum?
Steven Jay Cohen (http://groups.drupal.org/user/735109)Read more
What is a GTUG?
GTUG: Google Technology User Group that will allow developers and technicians to share ideas, experiences about Google Technologies, chat, and have fun together in online technical environment.
What are the benefits from being a GTUG member?Read more
500 plus jobs in Google.visit hyderabadiindians.blogspot.com.lets reduce unemployment.Read more
Hey all of you in China...
I thought this might be the best way to start a discussion on our websites in China being able to find a user's location. I have seen many sites in China such as websites with classifieds, real-estate, etc. that automatically know that you are in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, etc. However, with Drupal, I have never been successful at doing so.Read more
This news came a few days ago... Google is officially supporting the Good Relations (e-commerce) ontology as a source for Rich Snippets.
This means that once we have a good mapping for it in Drupal Commerce, sites that use Drupal for commerce will be at a distinct advantage. Yahoo research showed that click through rates for rich snippety search results were 15% higher, and other research has shown up to 30% higher.Read more
I have to write this post to introduce the 2.x branch of Google Ad Manager module because it is very convenient and handy even for the complex case.
The old version of GAM (and its brother, OpenAds) create a block for each ads slot. It was practical, but only for small sites. When you have about a few dozens of ad slots, and you want to use those blocks in Panels, or you want to place different blocks in the same place (depend on in which section user is)... it is a nightmare.Read more