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What if a small nice country would create a special new city called Adsense or something like that, with low taxes and all the necessities for Adsense users. Would you go there and move your family and business there?
Image all the citizen's are Adsense users, down the road there are few Starbuckses, all over Wi Fi hot spots and etc...
Think serious, would you go there and live?
It's interesting how many Adsense users are in the world and how many of them earn at least 500-1000 dollars a month?
- You must have two notebooks. One to build sites/write articles, the other is to check stats simultenously. 5 additional fully charged battery packs is essential when you leave your SOHO. Everytime you're seen out of network, you receive a penalty.
- A "Sorry I clicked on my own ad accidentally and I feel like a criminal" e-mail on record to AdSense support is a plus. In case of 2 or more, you'll have to see a physician and a neurolog. Google will pay the doctor fees but they won't implement the feature which allows you to filter your own IP address.
"we want information." -- Google
"who are you?" -- AS Publisher
"the new number two." -- Google
"who is number one?" -- AS Publisher
"you are number six." -- Google
"i am not a number, i am a free man." -- AS Publisher
"HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA." -- Google
The song is not bad either! :p
I did consider going to have a look since the facilities on offer at that time were incredible however I'm darned if I can remember the name of it!
That ending is pronounced et not at. :)
Ah yes, we could all have porchs with swings and sit in the cool breeze and just enjoy being alive, at least for about 10 minutes out of the hour...the rest of the time we would be consulting the handy laptop in the seat next to us.
Yep me for adsense country.....
I don't think this has to be a bad thing. I can't stand modern cities but I can imagine a nice city, planned properly and based upon beauty, green space and traditional styles.
Sounds terrible to me. You really lost me with the word "planned".
And I really don't know of anyplace that would be considered a city with house spacing that I consider appropriate. I figure about a mile between my house and my nearest neighbor would be about right. It could drop down to half a mile if they were really close friends.
A small town should be about 15 miles away, and the nearest city about an hour away.
For me it has noting to do with how "nice" the city is, and has everything to do with too many people, and the desire of some of those people to tell me how to live my life.
- The soapbox in the park for unhappy AdSense publishers.
You forgot the Google Mosque, Imam EFV, where all the Google fanboys can pray towards the G HQ.
Since we don't want to cause another international incident further comparisons will be left unmentioned.
But if you find a suitable meteorite, feel free to run around it. Just don't click on the ads.