-->Low quality unprofessional looking website (for instance the Facebook like box and piece of coding lingering at top left).
-->Obviously no thought for Google traffic. "Poest" is not a word...
-->Asking for donations. Say what??? Haven't you heard of monetization? Or at least calling it something other than donations - membership fees for instance.
-->A professional writer would not be interested in such a low quality site when there are thousands of others to choose from.
-->Around the world? You've got less than ten forum posts!
Methinks you've jumped in the deep end. You might want to start learning about choosing "non saturated topics" for your websites.
I agree totally with Wrylit. Also you don't own your domain, nor are you paying for your account to be premium.
You cant be successful with another companies adsense on the page asking for donations, and you sure as heck cant be successful with a "Make a free website" button in the footer of the site if you think people will keep coming back. If its a one time information stop then that might be allowable...
Freewebs was made for personal websites - not what your doing with it. If anything go to dot.tk to get a domain address to use for free and for the love of god upgrade your account and get a better layout.
PS: No one will donate to a site like that.
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