’s Online Jobs from 2013

Online Projects and Recommendations online jobs from 2013

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As deiville goes into another blog maturity, let me share some important sources I came about last year. Note that before I began with these online projects, I patiently wait for the opportunities to knock meaning your blog must acquire a pre-approved status (required by some company), justified content, specified niche, readership, and to some — authorship. For 2013, DeiVille encourages everyone to integrate social media reach and join blogging community. Here are the lists presented in random order.

Direct Advertisers (DAs)
Link Vehicle
Pay U 2 Blog (for blog approval)
Business 2 Blogger
Sverve (for women bloggers only – projects that cater to women consumers such as find sexy lingerie at
Blog Writing Projects
Online Community Manager
Digital Marketing powered by local advertisers
Website Ads (banner display)
Google Adsense
Nuffnang Philippines
Ambient Digital
Tokens from various marketing groups and PR groups
Local sponsors

Website Maintenance and Expenses
Expenses were under $100 plus mainly on domain names and selected hosting.

Traffic in 2013
The main source of traffic in 2013 was with applied SEO and social media: Instagram, Foursquare, Stumble Upon, Facebook Pages, Facebook Groups, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google plus. And recently deiville is tinkering with Snapchat and I’m a late bloomer for Tumblr 🙂

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