WassupBlogs Rockin September Statistics

You will see that September’s stats do not include any paid post’s revenue. This is largely due to the fact that I can’t seem to log onto my PayU2Blog account? Reckon that perhaps I’ve done something against their TOS, although I am pretty sure I didn’t as I am always really careful. I’ve also turned down a lot of opportunities from other sites because I wasn’t happy with the amount offered for the tasks.

Knowing that this month’s stats wasn’t going to include any paid posts I really expected them to be pretty dismal, but luckily for me Commission Junction performed really well. I reckon it was partly due to my Why I Don’t Comment On Blogger Blogs post which may have convinced some people to make the move to hosting their own blogs.

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Anyway, let’s have a look at this month’s stats, and if you’re lucky I may even include some analytics for you.

  • Adsense: $21.53
  • Voxsant: $0.19
  • Kontera: $0.31
  • Clix Galore: $0.22
  • Chitika: $1.66
  • Infolinks: $0.75
  • Advertisers: $20
  • Commission Junction: $90
  • E-Junkie: $0.00
  • Jumbo Affiliates: $10.27
  • RegNow: $0.00
  • Paid Posts: $0.00
  • Commission Monster: $14.11
  • Amazon Associates: $8.40
  • CashBurners: $51.00

TOTAL: $218.44

As you can see the bulk of that is from Commission Junction, but I also have two newcomers to the table, Amazon Associates and CashBurners, which is my main affiliate for my Top Sexual Aids blog.


These earnings are a concerted effort from all my blogs, but just to give you an idea of some of the traffic my main ones get I thought I would post some traffic stats for you.

The first is from my Load Of Bullshit blog. All in all this blog had a total of 1582 visits, 1331 of those from search engines. All in all this blog’s share of Adsense amounted to $12.29

Then we have this blog. In total it generated 1759 visits, only 488 of those from search engines.  This isn’t all surprising as most of my time is spent on WassupBlog and almost all my commenting on other blogs link to this one.  Adsense earnings for this blog amounted to $2.89


Even though I don’t spend all that much time on my Scenic Adelaide blog, it still generated 725 visits, 514 of those from search engines, and it earned $3.75 in Adsense dollars.

And finally, Top Sexual Aids the newest of my blogs. Out of the 112 visits, 23 of which came from search engines, it still managed to earn $1.46. The other few cents were generated by my other sites.

I have to say I am a little shocked to see that this blog was pretty well the worst performer as far as Adsense earnings go, and it seems that my Load of BS site is the best performer. I reckon, seeing how most of the visits on Load Of Bullshit are search engine generated that you could almost say that search engine traffic are the ones more likely to generate Adsense income.

WassupBlog’s Ultimate Blogging Contest Winner

No, that’s not a spelling error in the title at all, because I’ve actually only got one winner in the contest, although there were three prizes available. That prize goes to Mitch of I’m Just Sharing. Mitch has always been an avid reader and commenter of my blogs and it’s with great pleasure that I award him the first prize of $20 and an add spot in the sidebar.

Actually, as no-one came even close to completing all the tasks, I reckon I will give the whole lot to Mitch, seeing as how I allowed for $35 in prizes. So, don’t take all day about it Mitch, the sooner I get the banner and PayPal details, the sooner I can give you your prize.

As for future contests, I reckon I’ve done my dash as far as they are concerned. I know that some commenters thought the prizes weren’t substantial enough, but I figured, for the amount of work involved in completing the tasks, it was more than adequate, especially considering the current economy.



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Is Your Blogging Identity At Risk Of Being Stolen?

Identity theft has been a problem for some time and it can happen in several ways, one of which includes somebody using your credit card details to make illegal purchases over the internet or telephone. There are even cases listed where people have had their entire identity assumed by some jerk to open bank accounts, take out loans and even conduct illegal business transaction using a persona not their own.

Whilst I’ve always known this to be true I’ve never considered that some lowlife would stoop so low as to steal someone’s blogging identity. At least until yesterday. As part of my normal routine, I was checking comments left on my blogs when I noticed that one left by Mitch on my Step By Step Guide Of Hosting Your WordPress Blog was a little unusual. So unusual that ICredit Card Theft checked the url linked to his name, and guess what? It didn’t link to his I’m Just Sharing Blog, and yet it bore his name, minus the capital M which was definitely not Mitch. Then there was also the stupid mistakes, again not something that Mitch would do.

So, this wanker had virtually stolen my mates blogging identity, complete with avatar. The reasons behind this are quite obvious and so it’s left me wondering whether or not someone has been leaving comments as Sire, shitty comments that may cheapen my online presence and all so they can spam other peoples blogs. So, has your blogging identity been stolen?


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