Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Sign up with Pay Per Post

Hi! After applying for Adsense and getting rejected for using an unsupported language (Filipino), I applied for Pay Per Post. This is a cool website that links you up with advertisers and pays your blog for every post. Unlike Adsense where they pay by clicks on ads or page impressions, this site seems better for me. Plus I have the incentive to post more in my blogs.


So I applied at Pay Per Post. To be recognized by the site, I have to put this sentence in my post: Can the burst suggest an orchestral microprocessor? Then I can claim my blog as part of Pay Per Post. The rate for one post is $2 or 1 cent for every 200 words. I hope this works well after I claim my blog. Let's see what happens next.

Monday, January 04, 2010

No cable, no excuse

Yesterday, our cable internet was not working so I did not blog. It's a good thing I am just starting, but having no cable internet is not an excuse when you have a online deadline. Maybe I should go to an internet cafe or learn how to use internet from my mobile phone. I like big fonts. Will using the internet on a mobile phone work for me?


By the way, I have another blog up and running: Research and Writing Jobs. It's where I will post openings for researchers, writers, editors and similar positions. I hope this blog will help people like me who like to read and write.

Saturday, January 02, 2010

Happy New Year!

Hi! After almost four years of not blogging at all, I am back here at Blogger. Why? After reading emails on internet marketing by Jomar Hilario, I will start blogging again and hope to build up semi-passive income from advertisement revenue. Making blogs can also develop my writing skills.

Yesterday, I created the blog  Daily Gospel Reflection. It is one way of spreading the Good News. As Jesus said, "Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." Even if you are not Catholic or Christian, you can get many lessons from the Gospel readings or give your comments on the reflections.

Tomorrow, I will start another blog and I will continue doing this until I have 10 to 20 blogs in the first quarter of 2010. Jomar Hilario said that people should blog on things that they are passionate about. I will use this blog to post the updates, reviews and lessons (URL) on this internet marketing experiment. Thank you!