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Friday, February 7, 2014
Back in July 2012, I estimated that I'd see my first profit from the advertising on this website in December 2014. I want to congratulate all of you for beating those expectations! Google tells me that my check for $100 in advertising revenue is in the mail. Whoo-hoo!
On the flip side of the coin, Amazon.com has told me that since I haven't generated a single penny in sales for them since 2009, they are going to confiscate the $4.63 they've been holding for me since then. Google's payment threshold is $100, but Amazon sets the bar at only $10. In 4 years, I haven't been able to clear that bar, so it seems only fair that they sweep me from their ledgers.
The side effect of this is that Amazon isn't just emptying my account, they are deleting it. That means that I will soon be removing all Amazon.com links on this site. I don't suspect that anyone really cares: obviously no one was using them anyway.
Once again, thanks to all of you who click through the (real) ads on this site. That income is going to pay for web hosting, so your actions have ensured that Boosterrific.com will be around for another year. Thank you.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Booster Gold has appeared in two recent publications, one printed, one virtual.
1. Booster Gold appears as a comparison to the vigilante Phoenix Jones in the October 24, 2011, issue of Sports Illustrated magazine. Booster is seen alongside Black Lightning, Wildcat, and Marvel's Northstar. Sports Illustrated has a reported print circulation of 3 million readers and an Alexa ranking as the 53rd most trafficked site on the internet. This means that Booster has just been exposed to a huge market of sports fans! (This appearance noted by Shawn Baston.)
2. Booster Gold is used as a comparison to the television personality Ian Alleyne in Karel McIntosh's November 14, 2011, article appearing on Outlish.com. Booster is used as a counterpoint to Batman in a discussion of Alleyne's motives on his television show Crime Watch. Outlish.com is a virtual magazine targeted at the youth of Trinidad and Tabago that Alexa ranks in the top 500,000 sites on the internet. This means that Booster Gold has just been exposed to a growing international market!
By comparison, Alexa ranks Boosterrific.com only in the top 8 million of sites on the internet. So we'll take every bit of help we can get spreading the good word of Booster Gold, thanks!
Thursday, June 30, 2011
This time last year, I reported on the keywords that were bringing people to Boosterrific.com. This site gets quite a few more hits daily now versus one year ago (averaging about 3 to 1 now over then), so let's take another look at Google Analytics and see what else has changed in a year.
- booster gold
- booster gold jacket
- booster gold fansite
- jli pose
- broderick booster gold
- eurocrime elongated man
There are two things to learn here. One, "Boosterrific" is hard to spell. Two, a lot of people out there are still really curious about Eurocrime. Maybe DC needs to look into rebooting an Elongated Man series.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
According to Google, the top five search queries that have led people to Boosterrific.com are
- booster gold
- tight leotard
- buster gold
I don't know who you people are, but thanks for stopping by.
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