- Moving Pictures – Somehow this blog is showing up in all the Google results. I’m getting lots of traffic for this post and, hey, I’ll take it.
- Reading is Fun – Earlier this week I posted an interview with Jason Boyett, author of Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse.
- I Like Music – Today I posted an interview with Audio Adrenaline’s Tyler Burkum.
- Twin Cities Liver – Not a lot new over here, though it has a pretty graphic at the top.
- Spacebar – Speak’s blog has been redesigned to include Mazie (full of cute pictures!)
- Quotables – Today’s Jessica Alba quote is a good one.
- ReViews – A review of the aforementioned Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse.
That’s my new blogging network. And if you really like to get your full dose of Kevin, you can check out the blog network page where I run the latest 20 entries from all my network blogs. No one’s expressed interest in an RSS feed that does that, though if you do I can try to tinker around with it.
For those of you who like to support my blogging efforts, you might like to know that you can do so with the following methods:
- Amazon.com – I make a percentage from any purchases made after clicking on my links or banners.
- iTunes – I make a small percentage from any purchases made within 24 hours of clicking on my links.
- Netflix.com – If you become a monthly subscriber a get a one-time cut.
- PETCO.com – I get a cut of purchases made after clicking on my banners.
- 1-800-PetMeds – I get a cut from here, too.
- LinkShare – If you want to sign up for referral programs, you can do all of the above except Amazon, plus many more, through Linkshare. I get a buck or two if you sign up through my link.
I know it looks like I’m making a killing from all this, but I can assure you I’m not. I’ve made less than $2 from Linkshare in the past two years. My Google ads have been doing better lately (I just broke 2 figures per month for the first time ever), but we’re hardly talking retirement income. My hope isn’t that I’ll get rich (though that’d be awesome), but that I can make a few bucks here and there and some day that will amount to something. If you can help me out with that, thanks. If not, no biggie.
Though it seems to me that with all the online referral programs you shouldn’t buy anything online without making sure somebody’s getting a kickback. I’m not saying it has to be me, but remember that next time you fork over some dough online: Somebody you know could be getting a buck or two.