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unified apocalyptic theory

December 24, 2006

It’s far worse, people are not fools, they are sheep. The most important subjects can not even be discussed. I’m not even sure if I can myself.

Lets make the really… really…. really….. long story short…..

Only a huge invention can steer our titanic around the iceberg we are heading towards. Mankind desperately needs some incredibly efficient power source.

I don’t want to talk about theater wars, over population, global diseases, the dollar going kaput, oil running out etc wtc etc.

Second of all it’s much to upsetting and First of all it all boils down to the same thing.

Do you think we can live on this planet with 50 000 000 000 without any industry? What kind of life expectancy do the survivors have in a world of corpses? Would you want to live in that place?

I present to you the unified apocalyptic theory

First of all, we are perfectly happy it’s all going to end, it was all planed this way by ourselves.

The theory prescribes it’s better to list previous civilisations and the disasters they didn’t survive. As it is to look for an actual solution. We cant argue with the planning of our fellow man.

When we argue there is so much historical events of hightech civilizations doing the self-destructo-polonaise we have evident prove self destruction is inevitable on our side.

People who argue it isn’t so are to be made fun of. They cant come up with a shred of proof.

This makes the UAT teh supreme theory.

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Super Americans

May 14, 2006

I’m starting to realize there’s a difference between having an interest in history and an interest in really old stuff. Rarely does the really old stuff tell us much about why its creators were important. We think it’s going to, but then we get there and it doesn’t. So we take pictures and we leave.wherethehellismatt.typepad.com

What an interesting thread. I want to explain but it's going to be really hard.

Please note that English is not my native language and that I'm doing the best I can to explain. If you don't understand it's all your error because you can't speak proper Dutch. 😆

Of course a guest should act like one. It's to bad you didn't know that. Very common in the us, but not my point. People have crazy habits all over the world, why should you be any different? (humm, that's not my point either)

You say you only see a pile of rocks. And that it means nothing to you. Now ask yourself to what extend you've tried to find out what it means? I think you are unaware that you could learn this?

Notice how they didn't fail to explain their views in your language. You just didn't know there was anything to feel about it. The meaning of the Parthenon rock pile is in peoples heads. I'm sure your skull isn't to thick to understand that. I just know you can get your head all the way around this. 🙂

Now, do you seriously think anyone could explain about what is dear to him to a charlatan? It successfully prevented you from getting an answer to the question you didn't know existed.

But you didn't leave it to that, in stead they should learn from you how it's one big pile of nothing. They should accept your ignorant view about their monument before you even try to understand theirs. Now that means you didn't show the least interest in the actual thing you was visiting. Which obviously made it a waist of your visit. You just wouldn't find out behaving that way.

In stead of adding some color to the canvas of your life you try to remove it from others. I'm sorry to say it makes you the pile of rocks.

I even understand that you just wanted to dance. It was funny but it wasn't worth insulting anyone. Why do you think the Japanese guy walked away the moment you got disrespectful?

If you look at the amount of text here, you can understand why they just let you go. It's almost impossible to explain. And very unlikely that you understand. Then again this reply is all that you gained from the trip.(haha) And yes I know I've waisted my time buy hey,

I probably suck to much at this language of yours, or it's the language it self I don't know. At least I tried right?

Look how you even complain about getting attention for being an American. We all speak English because we want to know what people think. Americans on the other hand don't show the least of interest in what anyone thinks. Respect is pretty foreign. At least this should explain why US-europeans are better people as Euroamericans. *ads pun*

To put it quantum mechanically, try to observe something without disturbing it or you wont get to see it.

paper view

November 15, 2005

Advertising is a big industry, we can use add supported services, we can earn money by having others click on our adds, we can even earn money with viewing adds in some programs.

I like to think “free” means something sucks. I sure know great free services but if they offer a payed product it almost always is better as..

I also think the person viewing the adds is doing the work. An add powered service may appear free, in reality they earn add revenue. This may or may not be more as enough it doesn’t matter, it’s still the viewers money in the developers pocket. I figure we are old enough to buy our own things? We are more as capable to judge and pay what things cost.

Now that made me think… “What if free things could be dramatically improved by charging a small fee?”

I imagine a blog posting could cost money. 50 cent or 2 € for posting it – that would be something I could afford.

I imagine a page stuffed with advertisement would be acceptable if the viewer earns money by viewing it.

– just the 2 ideas so far would mean A Blogger has to visit 3-20 blogs to earn back his posting. I would be even more motivated to view the new posts knowing the bloggers payed to post em.

I imagine a comment could cost 10 cent? Why not? It sounds like it makes sense? no?

If a comment would cost 5 € I would expect a serious reply? If that doesn’t appear others can see how it doesn’t. Deleting a comment should return the credit to it’s owner.

Google questions works some whut like that but that community is build from people in the mood to be helped or in the mood to be payed.

For bloggers it would only present some means to be taken more seriously.

I can’t help but think that a lot of people would be happy to earn a few coins by viewing your blog. Just imagine earning 20 cents by reading this posting. That would be fun! (Google makes around 5$ for each search result you view)

Not-free could also mean getting payed for writing posts. I’ve seen programs offer 300 000 articles about almost any subject, reading those mass generated writings gave me the shivers. It was cold and death-boring content, really scary! So, I figure paying to post and earning by reading could be a formula. Greedy people can shut up and serious questions can be answered.

For example:
Say it costs 2$ per post, we only have 10 adds per page, and a page view earns 20 cent.

20 cent divided by 10 adds is 2 cent. 2$ divided by 2 cents is 100 adds.

For the add we make a short introduction of our post, possibly with a small image. Then the viewer earns 2 cent for viewing your add and makes another 20 cent by clicking it.

We are not in a hurry so the 100 adds could take a few months to run out. That way the service can create a buffer to balance out the flow.

The advertisers have already payed you 2 cent, you don’t need to click their add. Still if you want you can.

This way it would be easy to store the add-click history and make it search-able for the user.

Building a safe payment system is so hard that filtering out automated surfers before payday is relatively easy. A few simple questions like “click the green dot” will do the trick. If human verification is slow it will happen more often. Posting a comment should be proof enough of being a real person. If the cash balance is low we also ask less questions. If you earn 20 bucks per day you will have to view the pages a bit longer and click few more dots. On the other hand, a user spending more as he earns should not have to do reality check ups.

Some bloggers have far to little to eat, other bloggers have far to few readers for the size of their budget.

Sure, people will create sweat shops to read our blogs. Do we really care? I love the idea people could make a living by reading this shit I write. That would rock the banana boat.

A friend of mine called it a service for rich snobs. I think she forgot we are the rich snobs on this planet. So, lets get your fat lazy ass into the comment box and write a few words for our sweat shoppers. You are obviously not willing to pay them 2 cent each, the least you can do is make a fool out of yourselves here. 😀

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Freelance your blog skills

October 31, 2005

People will hate your blog if you don’t get it right. 😆

Besides from being to lazy to do anything I have a perfect picture of how you makes professional blogs happen.

The quality content you need requires lots of work. If the work is un-cool you will hate doing it. 😆 This means you need to find a commercial subject in the second place and a fun subject in the first. Only make a porn blog if you’re a pervert.

The hard part is finding the right kind of sponsor. Clicks on advertisement does not go anywhere as fast as selling Mercedes.

Find businesses that make money around your fun subjects. If no one is making money with something related to your hobby you need to look again because your doing something wrong. Open the eyes maybe.

You imagine what kind of people buy their type of products. What information are they looking for on the web? Then you make a new blog and create 5 posts in it. The title of the posts should explain what information is inside the post. For this text here a “Freelance your blog skills” would be ok.

For the first page view it doesn’t matter if the post sucks. Only the title makes the visitor view the posting. Only good content will get your visitor to visits your blog again.

Then you can already contact the businesses and just ask them if they want your blog to be part of their website. You just move your blog to a sub-domain of their business site.

Don’t hesitate to make jokes about them just having a phone number and items for sale. 99% of those sites offers no fresh & interesting content.

Make some trial deal, use your own money to buy google ad words. Advertise your blog for free on related sites. Then work like a slave day and night to write a (draft) post about every single subject your blog could have a post about.

What are the customers looking to accomplish?

You don’t need to help them at all, just make a soap like adventure about yourself trying to find out how to answerer your own questions. “as I was looking for Mercedes desktop themes I found the following sites….bla bla….” But keep updating that post! One day the post will list all Mercedes-desktop-theme-sites on the web.

A sexy way to obtain mass traffic of the right kind is by searching for questions people ask in forums. Write a good reply in your blog and give them a link like here:

http://www.bloggerforum.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=8648&forum=10

Getting extra cash, traffic and work true referal programs is cool but their banners and links back look nasty and you do have to promote them. You advertise a the program without adding a link to it. In stead offer a link to more information.Thats the WIN-WIN combo!

• You need whole articles to support your referral programs. + They are never good enough, NEVER!

• The “selling products” is the pipe dream of the formula.

• What you need is a lot of successful referrals under you.

putting their name in the box “to be your referral” is one thing, they won’t make a cent from just doing that. Just like you wont! 😆 Say you have a fairly ordinary blog like this one:

http://usavisa.blogspot.com
(This is one of my test blogs)

If you visit and click around a bit like a real visitor. You will spot a little 468 banner where I advertise a blog with all of those referral articles.

So, you make a blog about making money ayou may advertise it by your own TOS! Anything goes! (well almost) did you ever make money online? See any referral links in that? “nope non” Do you expect to see any on the page? “yes, lots with lots of info”. It’s the least annoying. on http://categories.blogspot.com Non of the banners rotating make me any cash. You can just click em, it’s ok. 🙂

I can participate in a whole lot of referral programs and advertise them properly. BUT I will never have to stalk people who are not interested! I was using the smallest adds and they made me angry as they are just as distracting as the big kind.

The whole separate blog is a winner formula. If you want me to do something, give me a whole page about how I’m going to do this and make it look half good. Don’t put to much effort in it, we will hate you for that, it’s just for cleaning up the original blog and for nothing else, well almost. 😆 We want a clean blog but we also want to keep the door open for traffic and cash making programs.

quote: RobbD3
What is the proper etiquette when it comes to using affiliate links on your blog or in message forums?

Lets see you investigate this in a that blog.

Should they always be labeled as such?

YES!

Are there times when it is O.K. to use an affiliate link without telling your audience that it is an affiliate link?

NO! You are looking for loving and caring referrals. 😆

I am kind of on the fence on this one. In some cases your credibility can take a hit because your entire post that has the affiliate link may be viewed as an ad.

Then stop the denial and make it so.

In other cases you may not care if the link is an affiliate link or not because going to the URL in the link is the reason for reading the post in the first place.

lol, you could add popups to links so they look as if they are part of the site linked to. You can expect me to remove all links to you the moment I find out. It’s like comming over for a beer and pulling out a vacuum cleaner and start selling it to me. Yeah, you may succeed but who cares? Why not ask me if you can show the machine and say some things about it first.

I figure it would be fun to see the lot of blog publishers make a lot of money to. I’m gonna go figure it all out for all of you. I don’t really care if you become my referral, I’m just looking for readers and this appears a popular topic. 😎

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WP = Kick ass

October 18, 2005

I’ve always wanted a WordPress blog but was just to impressed with the Blogger image hosting. Now that I’ve made many blogs on blogger to divide the subjects and do a yahoo360 blog as well as an Opera blog. So now that I kind of know why WP is so nice it becomes free.

Great!