My Online Revenue

Hey everyone, I just got done looking through what I’ve made off of this site. Although I can’t give exact figures, I can say that I’ve made a little under $20 this month.

I’ve found that my big money maker was the Text Link Ads. I forgot all about them for awhile, but then they started pulling in some money. The next big draw was Associated Content. I submitted my review of Kaman no Maid Guy to test them out and everything went just fine. I think that I’ll be submitting most if not all of my posts to them. I might also submit some videos to them as well.

Now as for the other ads, they’re not doin’ so hot. Chikita is beginning to pick up some steam, but it’s not really working out for me at the moment. As for the others, I haven’t earned anything from them. Starting tomorrow, I’ll be doing a little housecleaning on TheAndySan.com.

The other day, Jon found an old letter that Dad wrote to me. I’ll post it up here in a couple of days. It was really surreal reading it. Although it was written when I was seven, it felt like he was talking to the present me and not just that seven-year-old who was going to his first concert with Paul McCartney at the Pontiac Silverdome. Ever since reading that letter, I’ve been playing guitar a lot more and coming up with some nifty riffs. I might post videos or MP3s of them later on. I might also do some more singing videos since I really enjoyed singing Instant Karma. What song would you guys like me to sing? Leave me a comment!

Well, I’m off to play some moAr guitar so I’ll see you guys!

TheAndySan

3 thoughts on “My Online Revenue

  1. Hi, can you reccomend any good guitar tutorials for absolute beginners?

    I’m getting my 3 kids guitars for Christmas but the amount of tutorials out there on youtube is mindboggling and I haven’t a clue where to start.

    I’ve got fantasies of them mastering Free Bird one day lol.

  2. Hey Kate, thanks for the comment!

    I have several suggestions for beginning guitar tutorials. The first one that I think you should definitely get is Marty Friedman’s Electric Guitar Day One. That one really helped me out! Marty breaks everything down so that new players can begin to play things right away.

    Besides that one, Marty also released a couple other videos, but they’re geared for more advanced players. When they begin to get better at guitar, I suggest that they check out Paul Gilbert. Pretty much all of his videos are a sure thing! Another good advanced video is Rock Discipline by John Petrucci. You can find all of these by looking them up on Amazon or eBay.

    Another thing that I highly recommend is to get the DVD tutorials from Guitar World. They’re sold sometimes at Wal-Mart, but you can order them from GuitarWorld.com. I love their magazine as well!

    Once again, thanks for the comment and I hope your kids enjoy playing the guitar!

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