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26 July 2007
What's with the adverts and Google search function?
Well, the blog now takes adverts. That's them at the top of the page.

I have also installed a Google search bar. If you search on Google and then click on any of the results, yet more pennies flow into my electronic piggie bank.

The reason why I am doing this is two-fold. First because I am very skint and second because nobody has clicked on any of the donate buttons that were so liberally planted after every posting. I received an e-mail from a young fellow in England in which he told me that he liked the blog, read it every week, but couldn't donate anything because he didn't have a credit card. The reason is that he is 22 years old and has never worked, so he lives from fortnightly giro to fortnightly giro. What a life...

First of all - thanks for stopping by my blog.

Now I just have to offer a piece of advice. I am pretty sure that you are not allowed to suggest clicking on the ads to your visitors.
I think I read that in the AdSense Program Policies.
Try this link: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/bin/answer.py?answer=48182&sourceid=aso&subid=ww-ww-et-asui&medium=link&sourceid=asos&subid=ww-ww-et-resource_box&medium=link

I hope you get your first check from Google soon (I am still waiting).

Come visit my blog again!

26 July 2007 at 11:49  

As I read the conditions, you can suggest that people click, but what you can't do is use a robot or other device to artificially raise the number of clicks to an advert.

26 July 2007 at 20:36  

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