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Examiner.com stats: Over 15k pageviews and $115.42 in writing money made from one Examiner.com channel in one day

My Mommy back in 1952 or so - I like this pic

Examiner.com stats: Over 15k pageviews and $115.42 in writing money made from one Examiner.com channel in one day


I just wrote a piece called Still possible to make money writing online for Examiner.com after site redesign on my other site that will be interesting to all the Examiner.com heads that read this blog.

Ever since Examiner.com converted to the Drupal platform (What's so great about Drupal, anyway? Guess I'd better read up...) there has been a big change in the interior way we create our articles.

But I'm grateful to see that Examiner.com is still a very viable way to make money online, for those willing to work at it and get the favor to keep plugging on.

Hopefully as the redesign continues -- I remember my days as a techie tester, and I don't even those coders and QA tests -- Examiner.com will continue to improve the article-creation process, and hopefully get even more good Google juice and great channel managers.

I still wonder about the process of deciding the articles that make it into Google News and the ones that don't.

Anybody know? Makes me almost want to turn my anonymous commenting back on for this blog...

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