Will Advertlets.com Pays?

I have cashed out RM107.56 from Adverlets.com. There are so many bloggers who complained and blogged about adverlets not paying them. So now is my time to see if they pay or not.

Adverlets claims they will process the payment in 30-45 days from the end of the month which I cashed out. I give them 60 days. I expect my cheque to arrive at the end of June.

Will I receive the cheque or I will be one of those bloggers who are mad with Adverlets??? We will see........

UPDATE 30.10.2009 ==> Advertlets.com still have not pay http://orangcina.blogspot.com/2009/10/adverletscom-hutang-rm36364.html

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PPS Traffic Not That High

I always thought that PPS has a very high traffic like 3000 to 4000 unique visitors per day, but today I found out they actually only has on average 825 visitors per day. That is pretty low for a "popular" site like PPS.

And they are charging up to RM200 per month for 125x125 banners (here). Serious meh??? Can charge so high ah??? For that kind of traffic, I wouldnt even pay RM50.00 per month.
If can make money so easy, I also want..... kekeke.

I have a site which has half that traffic, average 440 visitors per day (Bursa KLSE FKLI Blogs And News) . It has hit 1000 visitors per day before........

With my traffic half of PPS, should I charge half the price of what PPS is charging or maybe I can discount further and charge only RM50. Any takers? kekekeke......

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81 feared dead from swine flu in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AFP) - - Mexicans were taking new precautions on Sunday amid fears that a new flu epidemic believed to have killed up to 81 people in the country could reach "pandemic" proportions and spread to the United States and worldwide.

Mexican Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova raised the probable death toll from the new multi-strain swine flu in Mexico to 81, including 20 already confirmed.

Earlier, Mexican President Felipe Calderon published an order giving his government extraordinary powers to tackle the deadly outbreak, as at least two new cases were reported in the United States , bringing the total infected there to 10.

"This virus has clearly a pandemic potential," World Health Organization director general, Margaret Chan, said on Saturday.
Malaysia on alert after deadly flu hits Mexico

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has joined several Asian countries in activating alert measures to prevent a deadly swine flu outbreak in Mexico from spreading here.
Health screenings had been imposed on passengers travelling to and from Mexico since April 17, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
“We are taking a cautious stance and I have directed for screenings and checks to be done at all entry points,” he said when contacted yesterday.
He added the measures were precautionary although the World Health Organisation (WHO) had yet to issue an international alert.
“If WHO issues an alert, we are fully prepared to implement the necessary measures fast,” he said.
The authorities in Japan, Hong Kong and Thailand are stepping up their health surveillance after
62 people in Mexico died from flu-like illness.
Some of the illnesses, according to the Associated Press, had been confirmed as a type of swine flu labelled A/H1N1 - not previously seen in pigs and humans.
The swine flu virus, which WHO claimed appeared to be able to spread from human to human, had caused alarm in Mexico with more than 1,000 people having fallen ill.
The Mexican government closed many public areas, including schools, in a bid to contain the outbreak.

The Geneva-based UN agency branded the outbreak "a public health emergency of international concern," following a meeting of its emergency committee.

In a statement it said it was recommending that all nations "intensify surveillance for unusual outbreaks of influenza-like illness and severe pneumonia".

In Mexico, 13 new suspect cases were reported in the past 24 hours and a total of 1,324 patients with flu symptoms were under investigation, Health Minister Cordova said.

Since April 13, "there have been 81 registered deaths which are probably linked to the virus of which only 20 cases have virological checks," Cordova told a news conference after meeting with health officials from across the country.

The Mexico government has upped emergency measures that were put into place only on Friday.

Officials have canceled hundreds of public events and closed schools for millions of students in and around the capital.

Schools in those areas and also San Luis Potosi in central Mexico, the third most affected area, will remain closed until May 6, Cordova said.

The traditional Sunday mass was suspended in Catholic churches throughout the country.

Many Mexico City residents wore freely-distributed surgical masks on the streets Saturday, after authorities urged people to avoid contact in public.

Apart from the capital, four other deaths were reported in central, northwest and southern Mexico.

Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard said that more than 500 sporting and cultural events had been canceled for at least 10 days.

Mexico City authorities have said they had more than one million doses of suitable antiviral drugs, in an urban area of some 20 million.

The government also assured citizens it had "sufficient" funds reaching 450 million dollars to combat the epidemic.

Across the northern border, health authorities in the central US state of Kansas confirmed two cases of swine flu on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases in the United States to at least 10.

One of the victims was still ill, while the other had recovered, Kansas health authorities said. One of the patients had recently traveled to Mexico.

"Both persons ... became ill with the same unique (H1N1) strain of swine flu that has been identified in Mexico, California and Texas," Kansas officials said in a statement read.

Earlier on Saturday in New York officials said eight to nine students at a New York City school were suspected of having swine flu, although test results are still pending.

Meanwhile, a British Airways cabin crew staff member was being treated in a London hospital with "flu-like symptoms" after arriving on a flight from Mexico City, health officials said Saturday.

A hospital spokesman said the man was responding well to treatment.

"With infections in many different communities as we're seeing, we don't think that containment is feasible," said Anne Schuchat of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Asian health officials went on alert and urged the public to be vigilant Sunday.

Governments across the region, which has in recent years been at the forefront of the SARS and bird flu epidemics, urged the public, and especially travellers, to be on guard for symptoms of the new multi-strain of swine fever.

In New Zealand , a 25-strong school group was quarantined pending the results of medical tests after returning from Mexico with flu-like symptoms, local health authorities said.

Results were expected later Sunday.

In Japan, airports tightened checks on passengers arriving from Mexico, with quarantine officials giving out face masks and using thermography imaging cameras to screen for passengers with a fever.

Like most governments in the region, Australia urged people who had recently returned from Mexico and had developed flu-like symptoms to seek medical advice.

South Korean health, agriculture and foreign ministry officials held an emergency meeting to discuss the issue, while in China, the health ministry said it was "paying close attention" to the situation.

The CDC said some Mexican victims had died from the same new strain of swine flu that affected eight people in Texas and California.

Dave Daigle, of the CDC, said a bird flu strain, two swine flu strains and a human strain had combined for the first time.

"The most worrying fact is that it appears to transmit from human to human," said WHO spokesman Thomas Abraham.

These features, along with the fact that unusually young healthy adults have fallen victim in Mexico, and not the very old or very young, have given rise to fears of an epidemic or even a pandemic.

According to the WHO, pigs have already been factors in the appearance of two previously unknown diseases that gave rise to pandemics in the last century.

If a pig is simultaneously infected with a human and an avian influenza virus, it can serve as a "mixing vessel" for the two viruses that could combine to create a new, more virulent strain.

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Adsense Dalam Bahasa Malaysia

Adsense dalam Bahasa Malaysia bukan baru untuk pembaca blogs di Malaysia. Tetapi biasanya adsense dalam bahasa hanya dapat diperhatikan jika kandungan blog itu ditulis dalam bahasa English.

Jadi, hari ini saya ingin mencuba untuk melihat sama ada Adsense akan timbul dalam blog ini, jika kandungan post ini ditulis dalam Bahasa Malaysia secara penuh.

Salah satu cara untuk mendapat pendapatan tambahan melalui online adalah melalui Adsense. Anda akan dibayar oleh Adsense jika ada orang klik atas iklan adsense yang terletak dalam blog anda. Senang sahaja, tiada perlu modal, hanya per dapat trafik yang berkualiti dan ramai.

Saya teleh menguna perkhidmatan Adsense selama satu tahun, dan boleh saya katakan, jumlah yang saya terima sudah melebihi 4 angka, dan dalam jangka masa tidak lama.... angka itu akan menjadi 5.

Cuba lah sendiri dan saya berharap usaha anda akan membawa pulangan yang lumayan kepada anda.

Ok.... saya akan monitor post ini dari masa ke masa, untuk melihat sama ada adsense akan timbul.

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Phone Call From Nuffnang

Yesterday I received a phone call from Nuffnang office, informing me of a special advertorial that they are going to place in my blogs. Wakakaka, sorry guys, I cant tell you all what it is about. TOP SECRET la.

But the thing is that I learned how to pronounce Nuffnang correctly. Hihihi, I have been pronouncing Nuffnang as nuf-nang. But it is actually pronounce Naf-neng.

When I anwswered the phone call I was like...huh naf-neng who??? Only when they explain it was about my blogs and advertorial did I realise the call was from Nuffnang.

And another thing that came to my mind was are they going compliment me for blogging about Make Money Online With Nuffnang ....... wakakaka no, they didnt mentioned a thing.

It is very bad of me not to know how to pronounce correctly the name of the company that pays me!!!! Sorry... :)

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Make Money Online With Nuffnang

Cheque from Nuffnang should be arriving soon. Ehhmmmm... RM363.68. What will I buy??? May be I will go for Hannessy XO but it will cost me RM505.00. Not enough lah Nuffnang, you guys should pay me more. :)

Wakakaka, got to cash out my adsense first. I made USD199.26 from adsense. (Not sure if I can post my adsense income on the net)

This will be my third cheque from Nuffnang. :)

Anyway.......Is there any of you ever wonder how I made money online from this blog which receives only 20 to 30 visitors per day? Wakakaka.... this blog generates almost zero income for me. Most of my income come from my other two blogs :

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