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Make Money Without Updating Your Blog/Website

August 8th, 2008 · No Comments

The most exicted and happiest moment for some bloggers is to see cheques mailling in either from Google or other advertisers. On another hand, the most “headace” part for some bloggers is to figure out a new topic to blog every time, in order to attract traffic.  Through my personal observations, I have concluded that there are 3 ways (may be more than that) which will […]

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Tags: Blogger's revenue

Malaysian dotcoms: Where are they now?

October 4th, 2007 · 1 Comment

   I read an article about a review of the e-commerce company in Malaysia reported by The Star on 20 September 2007. Among others, some of the successful e-commerce entrepreneurs were interviewed. Hope this will enlighten you a bit more… Gist of part of the interview  These are part of the gist of the interview: Marin Cheah from Blooming.com.my, stated: […]

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Tags: Malaysian E-commerce

Pay Per Impression Programmes

September 20th, 2007 · 1 Comment

I went to a forum few weeks ago and have discovered the following Pay Per Impression Programmes. Frankly speaking, I have never tried them out, so I am not sure how reliable they are. If you have tried any of the following before, perhaps you could let me know which programmes are the sincere one.  TribalFusion http://www.TribalFusion.com FastClick – […]

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Tags: Blogger's revenue

Get paid by writing review

August 26th, 2007 · 2 Comments

Good news to all bloggers. I have discovered a blog advertisement company Blogsvertise, which pay for bloggers to write review on thier clients (i.e. the advertisers) website or products. The best part is you do not need to endorse their products. They claim that the payout price is $4 -25 per entry. (I don’t know, […]

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