You may have noticed that I have ads on my blog now, one on the right panel and one under each blog post. Since, at present, I'm primarily a stay-at-home mom, I figured it was time to start increasing my streams of revenue. Now that Sawyer's in preschool a couple days a week, and I've finally figured out how to be productive in that time, I thought I should finally give myself a reason to commit to regularly posting on my blog.
When I applied to have the AdSense ads on my blog, I understood it would be a long term proposition. And while I'm very proud to report that I've made some money already, it's the kind of money that helps me to understand how long term this is going to be.
Oh. Yeah! A big $0.02. Not just $0.01, but $0.02.
Try not to bombard me for tips and advice all at once, okay?
While I am prevented by my contract from clicking on ads myself, if one should look interesting to you, please feel free to click away. While you do, I'm going to start looking at house ads for the Hamptons. Yeah, I totally sold out.
The house? Oh, no, this isn't the house. This is just the studio. Studio and gallery. Yup.
Home by Project Greenhouse.
Designed by architect Edvin Karl Stromsten