Posts Tagged ‘Firefox’

Customize Titlebar Firefox Add-on now public.

I released my 3rd Firefox add-on a while ago. It’s called Customize Titlebar and it’s now been approved by Firefox to be included in their approved public downloads. Customize Titlebar does basically what it says it does. It lets you change the text that appears in the title of the browser window. You can see […]

What is SEM Tools Pro

SEM Tools is a Firefox add-on that helps you manage Pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns. It’s intended for people who manage PPC campaigns full time (or at least most of their time). I started working on it because I found myself spending a lot of time doing manual, tedious work instead of doing the interesting things like […]

How to write effective Adwords creatives

Lately I’ve been working on a creative writing tool for my Firefox add-on called SEM Tools. The tool’s main purpose is as a replacement for using “creative templates” in a spreadsheet. But while making it I also had some good ideas to improve the overall creative writing process. So first let’s look at what makes […]

Iframe Buster Buster in a Firefox add-on

I’m the author of a Firefox add-on called Wolfram Alpha Google that shows the results from Wolfram Alpha on the Google search results page whenever you do a search on Google. It worked pretty well up until this Saturday. On Saturday afternoon I came home from the beach and was searching for something on Google […]

SEM Tools Version 2.0 soon to be released.

So I finally decided to bight the bullet and set up a proper blog. Over the last few months while working on developing some Firefox add-ons I’ve learnt a lot and had some interesting ideas and I wanted somewhere to share those thoughts. So here it is! 🙂 I also wanted to announce that SEM […]