Woman battles serious book dependency problem ...
... has actually become a full-time unpaid job ...
Not unpaid actually, if you have ads on it :) some people have made fortunes from blogging :)
not me, sadly. i've made just around RM800 since i signed up with nuffnang. of course the indirect benefits (free books, invitations) have made up for it.
Hm... 800.. about 40 really good dinners. Or teh-tarik + roti canai every day for a year. Right now I can live for 5 years with 800.
Sharon,You're welcome for the nice comments! I know, not as good as a hug or money, but what to do?
Antares -- Too wordy, hard to read. On the net you got to have 3-line paragraphs maximum :)
i'm glad i stuck with nuffnang, antares - i think the ads have improved - both in terms of looks and in terms of the advertisers. the code is not buggy at all now. i was happy to have the toyota vios ad, as that's a car i'd love to own. i like the public service ads in between the paid ads too. ... and they do pay up and pay quite well. i think google ads are ugly ...i was in conversation with nuffnang about persuading the advertisers i want to have (i.e. the bookshops) to work w nuffnang so i get relevant ads, but sadly nothing has come of it from the advertisers side ...
ohh and all hugs are greatly welcome. should come and collect 'em, shouldn't i, antares!RM800 = two trips to the hairdresser (yes, i know!)
Wow, I'd be hard pressed to spend Rm10 on a haircut :P where can you spend Rm400 on your hair? :PIt's odd.. you say you can't afford a Toyota Vios and then you say you spend Rm400 on your hair every visit. Mayhap the two are related :)
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