In characteristic fashion, Google is rolling out more updates within their world. The items on today’s list involve Adsense and Gmail. Let’s start with the new adsense announcement.
Adsense News – In countries where EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) is available, check dispersement will cease and EFT’s will begin. There are no available options or exceptions to the rule if EFT is available in your area.
Google mentions that your adsense payments will go out more efficiently and is less prone to errors and above all its free. Did we mention less paper? Yep, that too. Check dispersement will obviously continue in countries where EFT is not available.
Of course there will be a transition period to this new payment system, so for the moment, you are not required to do anything. The Big G stated that all adsense publishers need to routinely check their email for the formal announcement where instructions will be given on how to switch your payment methods.
So, in the mean time – get your bank account information ready. It also wouldn’t hurt to login to your adsense account just to see if the option is already available to you. Keep on eye on this Grinders. As a YouTube content producer, this is very important to me. As I go through the transition, I will report back on IMGrind and let you know how it was done.
Moving on to GMail – Google announced that your GMail will be available in your search results? Google has been pushing for a personalized search experience over the past year, as they rolled out – Google Your World and Google Plus. As Google continues its personalization expansion, users (in beta now) will be able to see relevant emails related to the search.
These relevant GMail messages will show up in the right sidebar of the Google SERPS. If you would like to view your GMail messages in the main section of the Google SERPS, you can add “gmail” to your query in the search box.
NOTE: This new feature of Gmail does not mean that your messages will be searchable by other Google users. It’s simply a personalization feature.