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A personal discourse on blogging

*This may or may not be based on a true story* Late 2006 Person: What’s that? *pointing at my computer monitor* Me: Another web site I just made. It’s called a blog. Person: *blank face* Me: Just another online site for me to rant my stuff. And I finally got …

The only two sites that will really teach you about making money online

Before I go further, I’d just like to show off to you a pathetic snapshot of my first ever AdSense cheque which I’ve received earlier this month (and a wonderful New Year’s surprise it was!). I was in a rush preparing for my son’s first day of school for the …

AdSense monetizing test on WebGrrrl.net

I know, I know. I swore off using AdSense last year. So why is it back in WebGrrrl.net? Frequent visitors to my site may have noticed that posts in this site has been sporadic these past months. The reason is because I’ve only started to create niche sites that not …

3 guidelines for selecting paid blogging assignments

Other than affiliate programs, I find that paid-to-blog programs to be an excellent online money-making venture. You benefit more when your site is generic (not a niche) and when you have a Google PageRank (PR), which most paid blogging use to value your site; the higher the site’s PR, the …

The potential of NetAudioAds

I know I must be one of the last persons on Earth to find out about this newest addition to the pay-per-play monetizing scheme. I have just signed up for NetAudioAds (affiliate) after reading one of the e-mails from one favourite affiliate program of mine. Its founding company, V2P Communications, …

Kontera: another one bites the dust

Kontera is another program that I have decided to go without in this blog. Almost 6 months of usage and I got a measly USD 4.03 to show for it. Not only does removing the code gets rid of those annoying underlined text, but it’s also lighter on my blog’s …

Is LinkWorth worth it to you?

Not on my blog. The two main reasons why I signed up for LinkWorth was the option to manage my ad sales, and the ability to do sponsored post. LinkWorth looks very much like a combination of Blogsvertise and TextLinkAds, but based on my 4 months of experience using it, …