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Blog Stats For August Up For Display

As another month goes by it’s time to post the stats for the previous month. I must admit that for the first week or two Adsense wasn’t producing anything at all for the first week or two, but fortunately it kicked in later on in the month. As you can see it’s down from last month but, at least it managed to get over the $20 mark. Overall my earnings was down, but that’s not at all surprising as I didn’t expect to earn another $100 from Commission Junction. Unfortunately those commission rates are few and far between. Paid posts are also down, but I’ve decided to wind down the amount of paid posts I take on as I just don’t have the time to pump out as much as I would like to. Adsense: $22.64 Voxsant: $0.21 Kontera: $0.16 Clix Galore: $0.35 Chitika: $1.48 Infolinks: $1.67 Advertisers: $10 Commission…

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Cash Burners And Their Electronic Super Cigarette

I’ve only just recently joined another affiliate called Cash Burners, but not because their motto is ‘Make So Much Money…..You Can Burn It! It wasn’t even the $50 welcome bonus they are offering all new affiliates. Nope, the reason behind joining Cash Burners had more to do with a particular range of products they had on offer, products that were necessary for my Top Sexual Aids blog. The site is so skewed to the sex industry that I had to search for an add devoid of naked women to use as a banner for this post. :smirk2_ee: Unlike a lot of affiliates these guys are willing to accept webmasters / bloggers from all over the world. I found this particularly refreshing as it gets a little tiring getting knocked back just because I’m an Australian. Another plus was that they offer 40 – 50% rates on products sold. That alone…

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Sedo For Buying, Selling And Parking Domains

Doug’s post MrBlogging.com is For Sale! has got me to thinking that perhaps I should lighten my load by selling some of my own sites. Let’s face it, 9 blogs can be a bit much to handle and if I can get a half decent price for one or two of them I’d be foolish not to sell them. Once sold I will have the cash in my pocket and more time to concentrate on my existing blogs. Doug mentioned Flippa as a site that flips or sells websites, but after checking them out I decided they weren’t for me. I did a bit of searching on the web and I’ve signed up with Sedo who I think offers all the tools needed to buy and sell domains through a very large community of users that come from all corners of the globe. Using their facilities it is also possible…

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Updating The Update On Snap Dollars

It all began with my Making Money With Snap Dollars post where I reviewed the SnapDollars site telling everyone what a great way it was to make money. Then I did the Update On Snap Dollars post in which I described my disappointment because I wasn’t making money as fast as I thought I should be.That post elicited the following comment; Hi! Sean from SnapDollars here. Yes, you will not get rich just reading our paid emails… but it also only takes a second to click an email :-) The people earning the most money with us are the ones completing offers. example, we pay you $50 to make a $20 deposit at a casino and try it out. That is $30 profit for you and very little work! Thanks, -Sean To which I replied; Hey Sean, thanks so much for putting your case forward. I must admit that I…

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July Stats Up Thanks To Commission Junction

As the months keep rolling on by it seems that at least one thing remains consistant on WassupBlog and that is the monthly statistics report. This month’s stats are a bit better than usual because Commission Junction netted me a nice little commission from one of the advertisers I’m affiliated to. Please take note that I haven’t done anything different this month from any other month that would affect the stats at all. As you can see from the results the main difference is because of the performance of Commission Junction which is the second time they netted me $100 from one sale. Now if only the rest of the affiliates would pull their finger out I could be making some serious cash. [eminimall] Adsense: $29.80 Voxsant: $0.20 Kontera: $0.37 Clix Galore: $0.16 Chitika: $2.75 Infolinks: $1.80 Advertisers: $4 Commission Junction: $100.00 E-Junkie: $21 Jumbo Affiliates: $15.72 RegNow $9.13 Paid…

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Aussie Powerball Jackpots To $80 Million

It looks like once again we have a major Jackpot on our hands as there wasn’t any winners in last nights $50 million jackpot. This means that next Thursday, 30/07/09 winnings has now jack potted to $80 million. That is unbelievable as it was only a couple of weeks ago that we had the $90 million super draw, and while this is a tad smaller, it’s still pretty good, so don’t miss out, get your PowerBall tickets  online! Anyway, here are the winning numbers for those of you who missed last nights draw. I hope that even though you missed out on the big one you still managed to pocket some winnings. Draw Date Draw No Numbers Supps 23/07/2009 688 12,2,17,18,7 43 The rules to the game is really quite simple. There are forty-five balls numbered 1 to 45 from which five winning numbers are randomly selected. A sixth ball,…

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The Argument For Paid Reviews

Paid reviews have always been a hot topic amongst bloggers. There are those who are all for it, those who are absolutely against it and those aren’t sure where they sit. Personally I’m all for it as I believe it’s a great way to generate income, and I must admit this has to be the strongest argument for it. I would say the fact that Google disapproves of paid reviews and would Google Slap the PR off of any blog that would dare to partake of this lucrative money spinner is more than likely the strongest argument against it. I’ve even read some blogs where the bloggers are so against others doing paid reviews that they are quite willing to tell Google on them, something that is actually encouraged by the BIG G! You have to ask yourself why Google is so against paid reviews, and they will tell you…

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Helium Helping Writers Fulfill Their Dreams

It’s my opinion that writers do what they do because if they didn’t find an avenue to share their thoughts, whether it’s a poem, short story or what they basically had for dinner last night, enter Twitter, they would virtually explode. Those who have a natural talent to write become great authors and are well known for their works. Others may start up a blog to get their work out among the masses in the hope that someone may recognize their talent and offer them a job. The problem is that you don’t really know how good your work is beyond those people who stop by and tell you what a great job your doing. Are they being honest or are they just looking for a link back to their own blog? You will never really know, but there is a site that will allow you to expose your writing…

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