How to Buy Adsense Account In 2016

I told you a few days ago that prior to monetize your blog , there are steps to be followed, including the one to wait at least 3 months so that your blog has gained some popularity and has minimal content to be accepted by the blog monetization platforms especially adsense.

Or, if you want to buy adsense account at low price you can go to this website to get your adsense account approved instantly!

Now this is the only easiest way to get your adsense account approved and you must keep your website completely within the adsense terms and conditions.

There are many websites that sell adsense account. But only a few are providing legitimate adsense accounts. So be careful while you are buying your adsense account especially in 2016.

Now after the adsense account approval, it is a very easy process to get started with adsense.

There are ad units and banners that can be found after you login to your adsense account. Each time when a visitors clicks on the ad in your website, you get a small amount from Google.

On the other side, it is the advertisers (brands and businesses) who pay Google to have advertising on other sites like ours: they called this is as pay per click.

Google thus manages to put advertisements in the same niche of your website. Indeed, someone who goes on a jewelry website will be more inclined to see jewelry type ads in their website.

You will have advertisements that will be the same as the theme of your blog.

How much your adsense account will earn every day?

You should know that each click will make you less than 1 euro to 1 cent. And the click rate must be 1:10 ratio if you want your adsense account to be completely safe. This means that you can earn a very very very small amount ! Unless you have millions of visitors on you blog, it certainly not possible to live without this type of income. On my old blogs where I had about 1,000 to 1,500 visitors a month, I make around $2 everyday …

While it is not a main source of my online income, I find that advertisements give my website a side business. We can later replace them with affiliate banners.

Do not put too much adsense ads on your website, because it tires the reader who does not know where to read and click, and he will eventually get bored and close your site. (Between Google allows 3 maximum ads on your site).

You can also look over techcurnch site if you want more adsense tips. In the upcoming articles i will be adding more details about how to

Boracay Experince : The World In An Island

 It may sound funny or odd, but it’s my first time to visit Boracay. I always refused to travel to this place before because I always thought that Boracay is overrated and just another place for ‘party animals’.

Well, I was wrong! Like what my friend, Maya Thompson said, “Boracay is a nice place if you want to have peace and relaxing vacay. Masseuse are everywhere and there are many things that I miss about this wonderful island.” She’s right, the island has a ton of things to offer. It’s up to you on how you’ll make your stay a moment of a lifetime.

I went along with my favorite travel buddies Carl, Tata, Bea and J-R. We stayed in an affordable and comfortable hotel located in Station 1, Isla Del Mar Boracay Beach Hotel. This accommodation has a lot to offer including free Wi-fi access, as well as the morning coffee. The location is wonderful as it has access to almost everything you may need. I strongly recommend this hotel.

When people think of the Philippines, the first thing comes in their mind is the beautiful powdery sand beaches of Boracay. The ‘pulvoron‘-like sand they’re talking about is what you’ll get in White Beach, the longest and the main tourism beach in Boracay. It’s about four kilometers long which is divided into 3 Stations.

We long the beach so much that we enjoyed the splashes of big waves, though they sometime hurt, that’s were we got the thrills! Also, it may sound cliché, make sure not to miss the sunset in Boracay….It’s breath-taking!

 Bulabog Beach is across the island from White Beach facing the east. Here is where you will see most of the actions. Activities like windsurfing and kite-boarding are held in this area. Also, jet skiing, parasailing and boating of all types.

What we did here was, first, Helmet Diving. As a first-timer, I was a bit worried and skeptical on how it’s being done. However, our guides, who are professional divers, taught us how to breathe properly in the helmet while underwater. As I sank 18-feet to the bottom, I felt the pressure in my ears, so I was always ‘equalizing‘ (releasing pressure out of my ears by popping them). When we are at the bottom, we got to feed a school of fish and got to have our pictures taken with a starfish. :)

After the dive, we went straight to Banana Boating. We were expecting for anyone of us to fall into the water as the banana boat was being tossed here and there…but it was an epic fail on their part because nobody fell. Hahahaha! I was laughing at them the whole

Survivor: philippines, Premiered at No. 1 Programed

Survivor: Philippines premiered last Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 8pm with a special 90-minute premiere on CBS. Also aired in the Philippines via satellite from the US, 2pm on GMA News TV Channel 11.


The first episode, ”Survivor Smacked Me in the Chops”, was Wednesday’s number one program in viewers. It drew the biggest crowd with 11.37 million total viewers!

Time Net Show   Viewers (millions)
8:00 FOX The X Factor (8-10PM) 9.54
CBS Survivor: Philippines (8-9:30PM) Premiere 11.37
NBC The Voice 5.53
ABC The Middle 4.36
CW Oh Sit! 0.89

The show was filmed in the beautiful islands of Caramoan, Camarines Sur in Bicol Region, 500 km southeast of Manila.…

Negros Chronicles | The Story Behind The Ruins

Negros Chronicles

Part 1

Talisay City, Negros Occidental – Our trip to Negros brought us to The Ruins. The part I really enjoyed the most was the story behind this fascinating structure.Balay Daco, Simento nga Balay, Mansyon, Palasyo, Lacson Mansion, Balay ni Anoy, these were just a few of the names used to refer the former mansion of Don Mariano “Anoy” Ledesma Lacson when it’s still unknown to the public and the world.It was abandoned for 63 years. Before it opens to the public in 2008, this place was used to be a garbage, a latrine for squatters, a rest area for sugarcane farmers, as well as shack for their carabaos, goats and cows. But thanks to the great determination of Raymundo Javellana, now we call it ‘The Ruins‘. Mr. Javellana said that in Europe, they are preserving the ruins, so why not do the same. Then he pursue his very ambitious dream and that is to transport the shack into a tourist attraction and to give justice to the place.And Today, because it’s structural integrity, the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) awarded or declare it as one of the best landmark in the Philippines. They made this location a site for PICE Landmark.

The Past

The magnificent structure of the mansion of Negros’ sugar baron, Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson is of Italianate architecture with neo-Romanesque columns.
It’s was created in loving memory of his wife, Maria Braga after her death in 1911. It is the reason why it is also called as the Taj Mahal of Negros. She passed away bearing their 11th child. It served as the residence of the sugar baron and his unmarried children.
Jose Maria Braga, the father of his wife, who was a captain of his own ship, believed had much influence in the design and architecture of the mansion. If you will notice the shell-like crowns around the top of the mansion, in New England, this represents the home of a ship’s captain.It was the largest residential structure at that time. Unfortunately, it met its sad fate during World War II, the mansion was burnt by the American troops, after they found out that the Japanese forces were planning to use it as one of their headquarters. Its roof went down, but despite the inferno, it took 3 days in flame because of finest concrete and wood frame.

The Present

Today, the mansion stands as an evidence of it’s great past. The concrete frames were as smooth as marble. You’ll notice the two inverted M’s on the frames which signifying the names of Mariano and Maria.Its owner, Raymund Javellana is continually adding improvements in the place. A café/souvenir shop is set-up across The

Trinoma Clark International Airport Shutter Bus

Good News fellow travelers! Since January 15, 2013, the TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge started its operation providing connection between the Clark International Airport and TriNoma Mall. Passenger traffic from Metro Manila and the rest of the South is expected to further increase.

The 24/7 TriNoma-Clark Airport Lounge is fully furnished located at the ground Level between Mercury Drug and Medical City of TriNoma Mall. Passengers would have a taste of the first class amenities of the lounge but an affordable bus fare of only  P200 ($5 USD) per person, cheaper than other bus services to/from DMIA. The approximate travel time is 90 minutes. The lounge also features a comfortable waiting area, secured baggage counter, and real-time flight Clark Airport status updates.

TriNoma (A) to Clark International Airport (B)

February last year, The airport has been renamed back as Clark International Airport, however, the passenger terminal will continue to bear Diosdado Macapagal’s name. It has been ranked third best airport in the world by the London-based Financial Times Business Group last August. Also, it has achieved an historic five-millionth passenger on November 21, 2012 since commercial flight operations started in 2003. Among the airlines operating are AirAsia, Cebu Pacific Air, Seair-Tiger Airways, Airphil Express, Jin Air, Zest Air, Asiana Airlines and Dragonair.Want to know the latest bus schedule? Call their telephone hotline number at 621-3673.