Friday, June 5th, 2009 at
No matter what happens in life there is always one thing that you can rely on. The passage of time. It doesn’t matter how you try to prolong those times, to savor a particular moment in your life, you can’t. For a little while you are immersed in that sweet moment in time and then all you are left with are fleeting memories.
The thing is that although time is always on the move, what you do with it is a variable that may change what is about to happen. Well, all I can say is I don’t know what the hell I did last month, but whatever it was, it didn’t improve my stats at all.
- Adsense: $26.33
- Voxsant: $0.35
- Kontera: $0.49
- Clix Galore: $0.21
- Chitika: $2.97
- Infolinks: $1.44
- Advertisers: $4
- E-Junkie: $39
- Paid Posts $55
So, there you go, my earnings are down, and I reckon that it’s partly to do with the amount of visitors that have passed through. Looking at overall page impression, April impressions being 20,163 and May impressions dropping to 10,729, it just goes to show that your earnings are directly related to how many visitors you can cajole to your sites. Actually I don’t think I did all that bad, as even though impressions dropped almost by half, my earnings only fell by 25%.
So, as time goes on all I need to do now is see what next month will bring. Perhaps I will be pleasantly surprised.
Monday, June 1st, 2009 at
Most of you who know me and have read my posts know how I’m always stipulating the importance of hosting your own blog. Knowing this you are probably wondering why this post is promoting Andy Bailey’s Comluv Network?
In case you’re wondering, the Comluv Network is another of Andy’s projects, and like all of his projects he has his commentluv members in mind. If you are one of the smart ones who has already joined the movement and registered your blogs then you can also have your own commentluv blog. Why would you want to do so? Well here are a few reasons for giving it a go.
- You have a WordPress blog that is ready to go that is not using any of your own resources
- It gives you another link to all your blogs and sites via the blogroll
- Already commentluv enabled.
- Increased exposure, by highlighting certain topics via this new avenue
- Your helping Andy out which is the least we can do considering all that he has done for us ;)
- Adsense enabled so you can earn as you blog
Anyway, considering it’s free I figure I would give it a whirl and so I have started yet another blog, Top Software Online! Man am I a glutton for punishment LOL.
Saturday, May 30th, 2009 at
Some people ask me why I persist with writing poetry on my blog, especially as they don’t elicit a whole lot of comments. I tell them its because I like using poems as a form of expression and that I love to share them with people. Even if one person happens to like what I wrote then I think it was worth the effort.
I wrote this after a personal experience I had in what seems to be eons ago. Some of you may not agree with my experience, unless that is you are a hot blooded Aussie male, who more than likely experienced exactly the same thing I did. And so, without further ado, My Passionate Encounter!
I got her home late one night
Picked her up at a bar, without a fight
I have wanted her, for so long
I could not wait for the last song.
Up the stairs we went, the door I locked
I held her close, I was so hot.
With a struggle I removed her top
I gazed upon her form, I could not stop
In desperation I tore off her wrap
You could almost hear the dripping tap
Perspiration covered her naked form
The beads of sweat visible now the wrap was torn
My feverish mouth claimed her own
The sensation so great my mind was blown
It was not long before she was spent
In frustration against the wall she went
Though short, for it did not last long
I knew I did nothing wrong
For as she lay there, once held dear
She truly was one heck of bottled beer
I hope you enjoyed that? It was actually and old joke or something that I turned into a poem because I couldn’t remember the joke itself enough to tell it as it should be.