For example you have a blog with a possibitity for visitors to put comment on your articles, since Adsense shows related ads to your website content there is possibility that the ads being shown is actually more related to the comment’s keywords instead of your original blog post’s keywords.
Adding watermark such as “Copyright Your Name” to your photos is always nice thing to do as people that downloading your photos from image hosting like flickr or deviantart will know from who they take the photo.
While adding watermark can be done using image editing software like Adobe Photoshop or GIMP, it’s a tedious task if you want to add watermark to many photos. An easier way to do watermarking is by using Google Picasa, here is how to do it:
1. Open Google Picasa and select the images that you want to add watermark on it. You can select multiple images by press and hold the Ctrl key while you clicking on the images.
2. Click Export button on Google Picasa panel.
Google Picasa Panel
3. Select your export destination (here is the folder where the images with watermark will be saved). Select the image size and quality.
4. Give check on “Add a watermark” checkbox and type the watermark text you want.
Google Picasa Watermark
5. Click on OK.
Here is an example of a photo with watermark added using Google Picasa.
Google Picasa is the best image viewer that I ever use, and best of all is free. It’s very easy to manage photos and images using Picasa. When you install Picasa, it will do searching on your computer for images and photos then list and categorize it based on the folder name where your photos or images are stored.