My.ayboll.com Review

Whenever possible I will some of the ways I’ve used in my blogging for money venture. For the last month I’ve been trialling my.ayboll.com. You’ve probably seen the ads at the bottom of my posts. If not the image below is a screenshot of those ads. I had to take a screen shot because those ads no longer appear on this blog.

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My.ayboll.com Review As A Revenue Earner

My.ayboll.com is supposed to look like content but earn like premium advertising. The idea of being able to earn like ‘premium advertising’ appealed to me so I decided to give it a go.

The only positive I could find was that it was very easy to install. In just under a month my.ayboll.com produced 43 clicks from 3216 views. I don’t know about you but I find that pretty low.

Even though they’re supposed to pay per click (PPC) none of those clicks produced any income. Nor did I get any revenue share. This isn’t all surprising as you only earn revenue from sales resulting from those clicks.

If I had earned even a cent per click I would have considered keeping those ads in the hope of some future revenue share but as that didn’t occur I’ve decided to give my.ayboll.com the flick.

One thing that I did love about my.ayboll.com is their reporting. Take the image below for an example.

my.ayboll.com reportingIt seems that desktops still rule the roost. Mobiles are catching up with close to 50% of the views and the tablets lagging way behind.

I believe that the blogging real estate below the post is pretty important. As such I feel that ads placed there should pay their way. I know that a lot of people are steering away from banner ads but I find that they’re still converting quite well. That’s why I’ve decided to give PeerFly a go.

Mistakes Bloggers Make


I’ve been a blogger for some time now and I reckon over the years I’ve made a few mistakes. It’s not all bad though because I’ve learned from those mistakes. I’ve also seen certain mistakes made by other bloggers and it came to me that I’d write a post about some of the mistakes bloggers make. After all, learning by ones mistakes and the mistakes others make is a good thing right?

Anyway, by discussing these mistakes, some that newbies may make, some made by bloggers who are not so new, I’m hoping that I can prevent others from making the same mistakes. So, in no particular order, here are some of the mistakes bloggers make.

Top Five Mistakes Bloggers Make

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How To Make Money Blogging Practice Makes Perfect

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Blogging For Money

I admit that blogging has become part of my life and I feel that I am pretty good at it, but this has not always been the case. If you were to read my initial posts on Well Blog Me you will see that the quality there falls far short of what I’m able to put out today. In those days I didn’t know what the heck I was doing and the only reason for even writing the posts was to get Google’s attention to increase the PR of my site. Yep, I had absolutely no idea of SEO and mistakenly thought that as long as I continually updated that blog Google would fall in love with me and give me and start sending heaps and heaps of traffic.  :wallbash_tb:

Still, I’ve come a long way since then and the main reason for that is I never gave up and I learned a very important lesson. It’s far better to write for people than it is to write for the Googlebots. This is because they’re the ones you’re wanting to attract with you brilliance and if you can do that Google will start to notice you. I made a lot of mistakes but I kept at it and I now consider myself a proficient blogger. It’s kind of like riding a bike, you may fall off a few times but once you get the hang of it you never forget. However, even when it comes to bike riding there are those who excel and the reason they do this is because they push themselves to extremes. Take these freestyle motorbike stunt riders for an example. Read the rest of this entry

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