Earning Online Revisited

It’s been quite a while since I last posted an article. I dunno but procrastination has gotten into me until this analysis/paralysis took over. I hope I can get out of this dilemma as soon as possible. Let me start it today.

I just want to share my blog earnings in the past months, sort of just an update since I last posted my adsense earnings. Why should I share? Simply because I wanna brag, hehe. But nah, won’t do any good anyway. I’d probably want to inspire you that this is possible and doable.

Just today, I received 2 emails telling me that I received funds in my Paypal account amounting to $62. One from Izea ad network and the other one from ADVPoints. Last month, I also got some $100 from Picadmedia and $30 from Project Wonderful. How bout Adsense? Well, adsense hasn’t been good to me this past few days. For some reason, the average click amounted to only $0.01. Imagine that. It used to be $0.03-0.05 per click. Hope its only temporary.

My previous months earning with Adsense is amazing and surprising. Last May, during the height of Katrina Halili & Hayden Kho Scandal, for three days, I was receiving like $100+ a day. It ended the month with $1,042.00 which I later on received 30 days after. I thought its not possible. But it happened. Only temporary. Wish I could find the formula how I can make it last longer.

So again, the question is, how can you earn like I do with your blog? Here are the ad networks that I currently used and tested to be true.

  • Google Adsense – pays per click or per thousand impressions
  • Project Wonderful – the idea is thru bidding. You put their ads and they bid. Ads are charged on a per day basis
  • SocialSpark – per click, you put their banner ad with corresponding value per click
  • ADVPoints – you just put their code and earn on the amount of traffic of your site
  • Picadmedia – put ads on images found on your blog. Per click basis

This is just a summary, perhaps I’ll need a new post elaborating how to join these ad networks and finally bring you the moolah $$$.

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Garry Zaldy de Castro is an advocate, Financial Advisor, Certified Investment Solicitor (Mutual Fund Representative), blogger, IT practitioner, husband to Aileen and a dad to Jacob and JohnD. He started Financial Planning Philippines in 2008 just to share his financial learning to friends, relatives and anyone who wishes to be financially independent.


    1. Yep, that’s right Jay, they all co-exist in one website. There are a lot of ad networks out there. But these are the ones that I actually tried and earned from.

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