One and a half hours is my usual commute time to my current work place. It takes forty-five miles to get there. During winter storm it takes much, much longer… I certainly have enough time to listen to the Boston Public Radio (WBUR station), and my thoughts usually start with “WHY are we all sitting here?”, slowly moving, wasting fuel, and finally contributing our share to the Global Warming… Good Morning (or Good Night) America on Wheels!
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You can also make money with a content website by placing Google AdSense ads on the pages of your website. When your readers read your pages, they see the AdSense ads and click on them. Each time a reader clicks an AdSense ad, you are paid a fee by Google. This is a form of affiliate marketing.
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Not good. Especially when quality hosting services are available for as little as $7 a month. You lose more than that in the couch! So, hosting is NOT a place you want to cut corners, even if you’re taking your first plunge into the world wide web. Especially if this is your first digital endeavor.
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