Now’s your chance to learn about Host-My-Post.com (HMP). At its simplest level, HMP lets you promote your site(s) for competitive keywords in the search engines. It’s also a great money-making machine for bloggers and site owners.
Why use HMP? Because it works!
Any user who wants to promote his or her site(s) (the Advertiser) uploads articles to HMP. The articles are classified according to their theme. Any users who want to earn money through blogs and sites covering the same themes (the Publisher), publish these articles.This creates back links to the Advertiser’s site(s).
This is very effective because the Advertiser gets links which Google and the other search engines classify as natural, i.e. they are reposts with links to the original article, while the Publisher not only gets paid for blogging, but also gets free content, which is classified as natural and so protects each site’s reputation. As a result, this is win/win for everyone.
So, now the idea is clear, what benefits does HMP deliver to both parties involved?
- If you’re a Publisher, you get double benefit: there’s money for you every time you publish an article and sourcing articles from HMP solves the problem of producing fresh content on a regular basis.
- You decide which article(s) to publish. If there’s something you don’t like, you can change the content.
- There’s an API for the system to deliver content automatically and a plugin for blogs on the WordPress platform, which saves time and effort when working with the system.
- HMP rewards reliable Publishers with bonuses: on the 1st of January of each new year, all users who have a good reputation receive a bonus payout equal to 10% of their income over the previous year.
- There’s a system of affiliates: if you introduce new users to HMP, you earn a percentage of their income even if you don’t publish actively yourself!
- All the links created through HMP are “eternal”. The Publisher is obliged to keep them active for at least five years following the date of publication.
- The system constantly verifies Publishers and their sites, both during registration and routinely after that.
- There’s a flexible system of advertiser “insurance”. If there’s anything unfavorable to the Advertiser, e.g. disappearing links, the Advertiser is reimbursed all “lost” funds.
- A system of feedback: HMP is quite a new platform and we value each new Advertiser joining the system. If you have any problems, questions or suggestions, contact us anytime. We’re ready to answer your questions or work with you personally to make HMP better.
- You don’t have to spend much time working with HMP: there’s a flexible system of settings that lets you define the range of sites you prefer for publication. Then just choose how much you’re willing to pay for particular link types and the system does the rest of the work for you.
And, of course, HMP offers great customer support service. Every inquiry is answered within three working days. Our mission is simple: every client is the most important!
Just as we all used to follow the form of horses – think the Great Depression and the success of Seabiscuit to see we all love a champion – the latest form book covers the race among US states to balance their budgets. Of course, everyone has been focussing on California with Arnold Schwarzenegger leading the charge to the winning post on getting the budget signed into law. He has enough strength for arm twisting and ‘gator wrassling to bulldoze the bill through. But Pennsylvania is just as interesting with the Governor’s office matching California’s use of IOUs by refusing to pay funds to the four state universities. Probably someone somewhere is running a book on which US state will be the first to declare itself bankrupt. These would be the front runners among an alarming number of states lacking initial prudence and the political will to raise taxes, to cut spending, or both.
Anyway, the real point of interest in Pennsylvania is the growing threat of litigation from the group of license holders who run slot machines. When the licenses were first issued, the state sold maximum exclusivity for a high fee (that’s $50 million a license). The enabling law is very clear. No other gambling outlet will be allowed to compete directly with the market for slot machines. At the time, this looked a good deal for both sides. Gambling was a popular activity and the state benefited from a generous input to its finances. Fast forward and the recession has forced people to cut back on their discretionary spending. This means less money to spend on trips to gamble. Ironically, the casino operators to benefit from this have been online. Had it not been for the changes in the law making it difficult to move money into and out of the online casino accounts, they would have cleaned up. So this leaves the current license holders under pressure with building work on some of the proposed casino and resort sites put on hold. While the government finds an expanding black hole eating up its cash reserves as tax revenue falls. The state’s answer is proposals to increase the number of slot machines allowed in the existing resorts and to license new resorts. To the existing license holders, this looks like plans to allow direct competition from new operators. They are up in arms with their attorneys slavering on the end of a short leash, just waiting for the chance to sue.
There’s no doubt slots still represents a pot of gold for both the license holders and the state. The machines are still a big draw even though the recession is biting hard. But this plan looks like an expansion too far. The average spend has dropped. If the state increases the number of machines, this will only spread the same amount of money around more machines. It’s not going to increase the size of the spend. This leaves the state with a growing hole in its accounts and the existing license holders with a good case in contract and constitutional law. With the online casinos introducing new slots games every month and keeping up player interest, this is no time to be fighting over a reducing market in the real world.