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Archive for 07 Sunday Suspicion

Yay, Sunday!!!

I don’t know about you guys, but I HATE Sundays! I mean: I love sunny days, but Sundays – no.

All in all I just want to say that someone somewhere told me that “Share a sale” is a great affiliate program with one I can earn a loads of money and achieve my 404 039 goal (404 039 is a goal of my every blog, lens, journal… )!

For now, I can’t say is it good or not, first one program that I joined at “Share a sale” was: DECLINED. I wasn’t happy about it and I even thought about how to unsubscribe!

Yep, I managed somehow to control my frustration and here it is, my membership “seal” :)

Sunday, Sunday… Suspicion!

I wrote about AdSense and their threats to my account. Now, I’m not sure what should I do: since I deleted the ads from all my blogs (except the graphics-illustrations.com) my earning was only a few cents per day.

I felt stupid.

So, I added again the same ad code. Since I did this, I didn’t received any e-mail from AdSense team… Keep fingers crossed, and hope that they will send me a check one day…

I’m waiting

I’m using AdSense and AdBrite, as you can see on the right side of the blog. Comparing those two I can say only one: AdBrite is great! AdSense could be more reliable because of the Google size and image, but numbers are speaking for themselves. AdBrite is earning four to five times more than AdSense!

But today’s story is not about those two. It’s about Sponsored Reviews and the time required to take over the project. Sponsored Reviews developed the „bidding concept“: you can bid on certain subjects (writing opportunities) and if advertiser approves the bid (the amount of money you are willing to write for) you can write (and get paid for it, of course).

So, I placed 11 bids for 11 different blogging subjects. And I’m waiting. I didn’t find the expected waiting time anywhere on their web. I really don’t know when will advertiser approve my bid. Will advertiser ever approve any bid at all?! You know: in our quest for some extra income we will click on their links, but will they approve our bids or are they just collecting more visits? I don’t know, I might be wrong. But hey: today’s category is „Sunday Suspicious“ :)

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