Posts Tagged ‘money’

Financial News Widget

January 19th, 2011

The eWallstreeter widget adds important finance news to your website.

eWallstreeter voted CNBC Fast Money’s Favorite Website, delivers up to the minute financial news and information and is an important resource in the fast paced business world.

Now you can add the eWallstreeter widget to your website with a simple copy and paste.

The eWallstreeter widget puts the most up-to-date and relevant financial news links right on your homepage. Using the controls below, create a widget that fits your site and click “Create Widget” to get the code. This code needs to be copied and pasted into your site HTML to be displayed.

Get the widget
eWallstreeter widget

Currency Converter widget

June 12th, 2009

Click “Get Widget” at the bottom of the widget to get the code.

FOREX widget from Widgipedia

May 14th, 2009

A nice little FOREX (Foreign Currency Exchange) widget for your investment themed blog.

The All in One Widget comes from collection of widgets at

The widget below is set at 300 px by 300 px. Some of the news story briefs are hard to read at this size. But the linked headlines are easily read.
All functions appear contained within the widget itself. This helps keep readers from leaving your site! All in One Widget

WidgetBucks announces Yieldsense

January 23rd, 2008


Based upon recent successes (1 billion ads served in 83 days= $1 mil at 1/2 penny per ad) Widgetbucks has formed what they call the “WidgetBucks Customer Council”.

This group is used as a way interpret customer response to new ideas.

One of the new ideas they are working on is called YieldSense.

YieldSense is a contextual PPC widget designed to deliver the highest yield ads based upon previous performance.

The experts say it more eloquently:

One example of new features and technology being tested by the WBCC is YieldSense(TM), a contextual, pay-per-click (PPC) ad widget that displays the highest yielding product categories and ad creative based on a revenue score that is automatically generated from past performance. We anticipate YieldSense (and specific details about it) to be more widely available in February.

What does this mean?
Does this mean that a WidgetBucks widget placed on your blog will deliver the most relevant ad to the individual viewing your page? Or does it mean that the ad served is the most popular among other like minded surfers?

I also think that they are trying to serve up the most profitable ad (profitable for the publisher) and I see this as maybe not sitting well with advertisers. It would be the same as Google Adsense telling everyone what the most expensive keywords (Adwords) are and then delivering them to everyones blog or website.
This would result in higher advertising prices and a drop in publisher payouts. A win win for WidgetBucks…until advertisers pull out.


Read more at WidgetBucks blog:
WidgetBucks Creates Customer Council

Mashable’s take on this:

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