Cash is Good!

I have taken a part-time job, and it's definitely affecting my blogging time. I'll continue to post here as I am able.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Filipina Blogger’s Birthday Celebration Contest

It's Jade's Birthday at Life of a Filipina Blogger. She is celebrating by hosting a big contest with cash prizes as well as EC credits, ads on blogs with PR rank, and some other miscellany.

At the post, Filipina Blogger's Birthday Celebration, she explains all the prizes, and all the ways to earn points for entry to the contest. The more points you amass, the greater your chances of winning. The contest began on March 21, 2009 and will end on April 30, 2009 11:59 P.M. (Singapore Time). Winners will be announced on May 5, 2009.

See Life of a Filipina Blogger.

web ad income today (4 blogs, 2 web sites):
Adsense $.03
Adgitize $.88
Project Wonderful $.22
Total: $1.14
Purchase Entrecard Ads -$10.00
Total to date in April -$6.58
Total in March $4.88


Laane said...


Just replying to your comment on my site.

So you consider it a privilege that we can cash out entrecardcredits?

Well, let's say it will be quite interesting when it would be a fair amount.

I don't care about a few dollars, because I was quite content with reinvesting the credits into the system again.

Quite contrary to what some sites claim, dropping 300 drops a day required an average of 3 hours. Even more.

Maybe it's good to consider you wouldn't get any exposure with a paid add when we hadn't invested all or time and energy in it.
So we'll see who really benefits.

I think we both are used by people who want the money.

I know I can turn off paid ads.
When you have read the complete post, you'd have known people are penalized for that. I was.
Contrary to agreements of last week.

You would also understand that ads that have been paid with more that three days dropping and which were approved more than 11 days ago deserve to run before ads that are approved today.

That's just fair.

It shouldn't be all about money.
There should be respect too.
One can't buy respect.