I visit blogs of other bloggers on a regular basis. From time to time, I come across a blog authored by somebody who obviously is not passionate about blogging. I can spot such blogs immediately. It usually does not take me that much time. I know when a blogger is not passionate about writing. It happens when a person finds it difficult to write articles and posts. I do not know how to express it in words, but I can recognize if somebody is passionate about writing or not. I can see the difference between somebody passionate and somebody not passionate enough.
BlogHerAds is an ad network which offers quite a lot of features:
• When ads are not available then headlines from blogs within the network are rotated .
• Bloggers can choose a number of ad sizes. This is a very useful feature for those who want to choose an ad which will fit with their template.
• Bloggers get around 60% of the revenue earned.
• You can use up to three ads per page.
BlogHerAds is an advertising network which only allows women to join. Fortunately, they do not have further limitations like age or race, as this would limit the amount of bloggers that could join them and would seem quite awkward for some people. So basically, if you join this network you won’t be able to invite your husband, son or any other friends or family members which are male. To me it seems quite confusing why they would choose gender as a prerequisite, especially when many men and women have similar interests, traffic and would be willing to display the same ads. However, the site claims you can be accepted even if you are not female, but you need to have a demonstrated female audience, which would be almost impossible to do, because no tracking tools record gender.
I am aware that some people feel overwhelmed with their new budget. They want to follow it, but they do not always succeed. If you just planned your first budget, do not worry if you fail to follow it. Give yourself some time. You will need to get used to it first. It might take you some time. You might need to get used to the fact that you are not able to afford some things you were able to afford in the past. This might be a shocking experience, but it is definitely worth the effort. If you have problems following your budget to the letter, ask somebody for help with the task.