I don't know whether I could earn a fortune while surfing the internet. I know I've been skeptical enough on believing a lot of post claiming that they had earned a bunch while just writing something over their websites, and believe me they had provided proofs that would ascertain that they were not bluffing about what they had written. Some of their proofs would either be a screenshot of the earnings they had accumulated or the checks they had received, and to be honest it's quite convincing even for beginners and novices.
I, for once, had tried and succeeded to earn a decent amount of money over the internet, and I feel elated after the first payment came. Hence, I became a believer of the power of internet marketing, because I've realized that those people claiming that indeed they had earned money wasn't lying when they said they did. I continued to write a few more posts about different products thay I had reviewed and give my opinion over with, and to be honest I was happy with they I earn. But as soon as I was starting to like the idea of writing reviews I ended up waking to the worst nightmare I had never expected to be coming - Google had penalized me.
Google, the internet giant had slammed my and the rest of the other bloggers' page ranks to oblivion. Not for once did I curse on something that harsh. I had cursed the internet giant for taking away my page rank, the most precious page rank I had kept and worked on for more than a year. I had been hoping that it was just a serious flaw on their algorithm but later did I know that it was a serious penalty for selling links over the internet to screw the page rank system. I, been selling links, but when? Then I realized that it was because of the reviews that I had managed to write and maintain over my website. It was the the stated reason under their guidelines, a new one to be exact.
I had never dreamt that my online escapade to earn money will soon meet its demise so early. Hence in exchange for returning my precious page rank I had stopped writing reviews and had the inkling feeling of abandoning blogging altogether. But I never did. I had still waited for the parent company of the advertising firm I'm writing with to make a move and to comply to the demands of internet giant, which they did eventually giving birth to a new company called SocialSpark.
SocialSpark is very similar with the previous internet company that I had been working on, however it's much better than the previous one. SocialSpark had incorporated the "nofollow" tag which will protect its users from further debunkment from the page rank sytem. They also had a new improvised look for their website, giving both advertisers and bloggers an opportunity to meet up and socialize with each other, which is quite similar to social networking available over the internet. More so they had new tools for accountable analytics that the advertisers will use to check out your site.
There are a lot of few goods things that are also available and it's not easy to discuss it in few words, hence I'll make a new post detailing all of the new stuffs they had included. For now, just take a peep into the new site and feel free to join, and you'll love it.