Hi everyone,As I have been progressing through the training, I got to the stage where, I signed up for Google Adsense. course 3, Lesson 7. Although I was hesitant, I did it. But, I have very, very little traffic to my site. Consequently I was rejected at this time because I did not meet google Adsense criteria. After all that crap about where to post the link, gees. I digress, anyway, after I read that I had a 10 minute rant and pity party. Then I thought, well, dugghhhh, I don't have traffic.
Hello everyone, I am just checking before I inadvertently make a mistake. My niche is an art one and unfortunately I can't physically show someone how to do something, for example build a storage wall. I rent and it is not practical.But if I cite where a How To video comes from and add it to my site, will I be in trouble with anyone?I am not looking to present it as my work but am showing the How To.Would I be in trouble of some sort from WA, google, the little guy sitting in the back of my com
Yesterday a friend and I went out for coffee to a local coffee shop. It was a busy place, clean, well staffed and good food.We were at this coffee shop for several hours, talking, eating, drinking several pots of tea and generally catching up on each others lives.The complex we were at has lots of coffee shope and eateries and every time we say, next time we will try somewhere else, but we never do.I wondered why, and on my way home, I realised why.The fantastic service. The staff are friendly
While I was clicking like on some of the comments on others peoples blogs I was reading it occured to me I read them in an odd way.Odd because I read the blog then the comments, then go back and 'like' and/or add comment.I know this takes time, but I have picked up so much interesting information.People on WA are just fascinating. but I must admit it does take a lot of time and I should be using that time to keep growing and learning.Come to think of it, that is what I am doing. Growing and lea
Recently I posted a blog about not being able to read blogs because the opt in pages got in the way.Today I am going to rant about sites that have page, after page, after page, of repitious garbage. They remind me of University assignments whereby you have to write 5000 words on a mind numbingly boring subject such as toenail dirt. Wait, let that image sink in. That's it, now you've got it. Gross and blah.Well that is what people think when they read blogs selling things or even opt ins, that g
Hi Everyone, I need some advice please.I am thinking of building an estore using products from Amazon and/or some other supplier. I live in Australia and thought that delivery from Amazon may be a problem. I was wondering if delivery is a problem if you have an estore? I am thinking of a form of dropshipping maybe. Or preferably just an Amazon affiliate but an estore style of site.Does anyone know the pros and cons of an estore other than delivery?Also is there a training for estores?I may soun
Tonight I have been doing some research and have noticed something that is beginning to drive me nuts.Opt in pages appear on lots of different sites and blogs.....ok. I do not have a problem with that. It is slightly annoying if you are reading something and the opt in appears and covers up what your reading. No problem, just click it away.But I noticed that qite a few cannot be clicked away or they just take a long time to go or worse one site replaced the opt in for a different opt in page.No
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