Well I am starting to get the hang of wordpress on my new website, and I am going to apply for yield build for the adsense (I like the way they've optimized the ad placements!)
Question to you that have sites though- what is the protocol when you see an article you would like to have on your site? Contact the owner/writer? There are some interesting green stories I'd like to feature that I have not personally written.
Any advice? (BTW you guys are awesome, without your help I'd probably still be wading around trying to get my website started)
I havent got the hang of it yet but I have an article on ezine but Iwanna use word press but dont understand
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