Sunday, June 28, 2009

Blog Updates for June

This month went by pretty quickly. I met my Adsense payment threshold, which means I can receive revenue next month. I am more motivated now, because I am getting a bonus from doing what I like to do. I saw my traffic increase this month as well. I also wrote some more posts and am slowly getting my momentum back.

But if there is one event that has to be remembered this month, it was the sudden passing away of Michael Jackson. A lot has already been written about it in the bloggosphere. I wrote a post about the Philippine Dancing Inmates as they paid tribute to their idol and danced the Michael Jackson's Thriller. And soon after writing this post on my blog, CNN linked it in their own news page... which resulted in more traffic for my page. I captured the link in this screenshot below:

Dancing Inmates CNN Link
Thanks again to CNN for the referrals.
I can't wait to find out what happens next in July.


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