My goodness, that’s a lot of urine!
Where does it all go?
Do we need to open a Center For Missing and Exploited Urine?
Why haven’t we seen urine on our milk cartons?
That is an awful lot of urine that is escaping.
No laughing, you guys!
You don’t know what it’s like to experience a sudden sneeze and lose precious body fluids in the process.
It’s tramatic, I tell you, tramatic!
Not that I have ever experienced it or anything….
Okay, so now some information on the new “look” of Emergiblog. Although I would love to take credit for how the new site looks, it was put together for me by a professional web designer by the name of Shane Pike, who took all my requests and turned them into what you see before you.
Wha??? You thought I was hiding my secret, professional html skills behind my old blogger template all this time?
In my dreams.
If you look very closely at the very bottom of the site, you will see a link for “Three:Twenty Interactive.” That is Shane’s site.
I “met” Shane when I was asked to be a contributor via syndication to nursingvoices.com and act in an advisory capacity. He is not a nurse and when working on nursing websites, would occasionally need some feedback from actual nurses.
Sounds impressive, but my advice consists of giving my opinion, and I am always willing to do that! And I was “syndicated”, so open to new readers.
Happy camper all around.
Except I hated Blogger. And made a few references to the same on my old site.
Shane, who has also revamped Nursing Jobs.org mentioned that he could give me a new, professional site that would not only increase traffic (which is my main interest) but also be an income generating site.
Now, you know how I hated the look of ads on my last site. Took them down after making about seventy cents as an amazon.com associate and decided to go ad-less.
Well, Shane’s expertise is integrating advertisements into the site so that they do not hit you in the face like a cream pie.
So, here I had the possibility of a new, professional site done to my specifications, that might also perhaps generate some income, with ads that aren’t ugly.
I said “Honey, where have you been all my life?”
No, I didnt’ really say that, but I went for the offer and you see the fruits of it right here.
Now, to answer a few questions that may be popping into your head AND in the interest of full disclosure:
- emergiblog.com is owned by me. I registered and pay for it through enom.com.
- I have full editorial control over everything that is or is not put on the site.
- That includes the advertisements.
- We are working out the bugs at this time.
- I guess earlier today an ad for a Snoop Dog poster showed up in the google ads!
- Now nothing against Snoop Dog, but there are more appropriate places for his ads!
- I did note that my last post generated an ad for Australian cheese (the ad is now gone).
- I plan to keep all ads medical/nursing related.
- Emergiblog will remain 99.9% politics-free, although I do reserve my right to go balistic on Comedy Central, prn!
- Should I decide at any time that this arrangement is not working for me and I choose to go back “on my own” so to speak, this site goes with me.
- I am in no way indebted, obliged, connected with any drug companies, medical equipment suppliers, or publishers (not even to Shane!).
- The comments and opinions contained in Emergiblog remain my own.
- This remains true even if advertisements for any related company are placed on the blog.
Now, since Shane’s specialty is turning websites into traffic-generating and income-generating sites, his renumeration for all this work and time comes after the blog begins to generate income.
It’s also for a “trial run” at something bigger to be announced at the right time!
So, it’s a win-win for me. I have a new, pemanent site that goes where I go and I might get an actual income from blogging!
Maybe that will make my husband stop griping that I don’t get paid for “that part-time blogging job you do”!