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FanBox Vacation TripHere I added some pictures that I took on my eighth month vacation that FanBox and the community of this site funded for me. Was a great trip and I want to share some of my vacation time with all of you here on the FanBox site. My fans and friends rock and this is my way of giving back to all of you and show you how much you all Rock in the "Rockerlee Book"! ;-)
An email I received....
Dear FanBoxer, Thank you for Cashing Out your earnings! Your request is being processed! Please allow up to 10 business days for your Cash Out to be processed! You, our dedicated community member, are so appreciated! Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Best Regards, John
How do we earn through fanbox? what is the cashout procedure?
Earnings are based on the amount of time spent on your blogs. The more time readers spend on your blogs, the more money you are likely to earn.Here are some tips to increase your earnings:-create posts often-create quality posts with sufficient content-create posts on topics that are interesting and/or popular-become a fan of other users to increase your Profile exposure-share your blog URL-promote your posts with ads to drive more traffic to your blogsHave fun blogging while earning at the same time!
Where can I see how much money my blogs are generating? From the Homepage, click My Dashboard and select CASH OUT. Click My Bank to view the earnings generated by each blog on a daily basis.
It is end of 2013; do we still need to ask ourselves what a blog is? I think so, and for two reasons. First of all we still have many misconceptions about blogging floating around the web. Pretty much every week I get at least one email from someone asking if I believe blogging has a future. My answer is always “as long as the Internet has a future, blogs do too.” You will see why I answer that below.
You also have countless articles being published every week where the author suggests that blogs are obsolete, and that the next big thing is micro blogging, or lifestreaming or something else. Again I don’t agree with any of those predicted trends.
The second reason for trying to define what a blog is in 2013 (many people have already done that in the past after all) is because blogging is a social phenomenon. As such, it is constantly evolving, and what was true two years ago might not be anymore.
The main misconception regarding the definition of blogs comes from people that associate blogs with their content. More specifically from people that associate blogs with the content from one particular type of blog: personal blogs.
In other words, those people think that blogs are online diaries where people share their opinions, ramblings and personal events.