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Compsci 82, Fall 2011 9.1 Internet Econ: Google/Facebook POV How does Google make money? Advertising How do you buy an add? What is Ad Sense? (see links from class) How does Facebook make money? What is pay-per-click v. pay-per-view? How do you target an audience? Compsci 82, Fall 2011 9.2 What is Page Rank? How to calculate? What is a website that lists good websites? What is StumbleUpon? What about a website that lists bad sites? How does censorship/blacklisting work? What about those sites that list themselves? What about a website of sites that don't? What does this have to do with Google? Compsci 82, Fall 2011 9.3 Search Engine Optimization (SEO) How do you get your website "up front" What is organic search?
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Unformatted text preview: What about paid search? How much does it cost? How do we get "good sites" to link to ours? What is rankophilia? Rankophiliac? Who is Luis von Ahn? Compsci 82, Fall 2011 9.4 reCAPTCHA C ompletely A utomated P ublic T uring Test to Tell C omputers and H umans A part Email registration, Web forms, Blogs Online polls Alan Turing: good, bad, ugly Compsci 82, Fall 2011 9.5 GWAP: Games With A Purpose Hello World: Sixteen months, 103,417 lines of code, 154 meetings, 1,034 cans of Mountain Dew, and GWAP.com is finally here! building gwap.com Why will people play these games? Fun, Points, Humanitarian reasons, … Will the games keep getting played? Side effect: gender-labeling by image choice...
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