So here is how people will be analyzed. They are getting $.25 per blog entry, $.01 per unique click, and an additional $.005 for the difference between clicks and unique clicks. That will be compared to the number of credits paid out translated to $.01 per credit...I am in awe of his determination to break down the rental process into pure mathematics. I started to calculate my ROI and did not need the calculator to figure out that I had been taken for a ride by many of my landlords.
What really surprised me was not my landlords, but my lack thereof. Last month, I began to bid for rent space on Blog Explosion blogs. Below are my bidding results.
- 18 Blog Explosion Bloggers accepted one of my blogs
- 81 Blog Explosion bloggers either denied one of my blogs or allowed the offer to expire
- 18 percent of my bids were accepted
- 88 percent of my bids were not accepted
My blogs--Texas RV Travel, CoolAdzine for Marketers and Advertising for Success--are syndicated and their content published. I have several email subscribers and each of my feeds are retrieved about 80-100 times a day at Feedburner by various feed readers.
So, I have no explanation for what I have experienced. Any comments?