Monthly Archives: September 2015

Adding adsense, adhitz, chitika to your blogjob blog

One of the nice things about BlogJob is that while you earn 50 points for a blog entry with more than 300 words, you can also add your own ads to the blog. This can result in additional earnings to your account at google adsense, chitika or adhitz if interested readers click on your ads. Right now Blogjob will show your ad  75% of the time while their own adsense will be shown 25% of the time. This is a very good ratio as it gives a really good chance to get your ads viewed.

Step 1: Create a site

To do this look at the menu links on top of any blogjob page and see the “Sites” menu. If you hover your mouse over it the option “Create a site” drops down. Click on this.

Create a site

You will be taken to:

Here fill in the preferred site name, title, etc and your site should be created automatically. This takes a total of less than twenty seconds!! You can then play around with the themes, layout, etc.

Step 2: See the dashboard menu

Go to your site. The URL will be

On the top, black menu bar you will see your blog name. Hover your mouse over this and the drop down menu will have the dashboard option. Click on this.


On the right side menu options (in the black vertical column) you will see an option called “Settings”. If you place your mouse over this a submenu will open which will show an option “Advertising”. Click on this.


This will take you to the link

ad URL


You will see two boxes you can put ad codes in.
“Before” Ad Code: Used before post and page content.
“After” Ad Code: Used after post and page content.

You can put your adsense, chitika or adjitz codes in both these text boxes. Don’t forget to delete what is already in the boxes. Avoid ads that will cause popups, fly in ads or clutter the page. Avoid Revenuehits.

Now go ahead and blog away like crazy. The more visitors you get  on your site, the more page impressions for your ads and possibly more clicks!

Hope you found this useful. Please do leave a comment if you did. If you have any queries let me know.

Clearing up broken glass

At my cousins place a few days ago I had the misfortune of toppling a glass that shattered on the floor in the living room. While we collected all the big pieces safely the obvious problem was all the tiny glass pieces that were too small to pick up. Add to that the fact that they have a crawling one year old – the possibility of serious injury was real. Thankfully they had a little trick to clear up the dangerous glass pieces easily.

All they needed was the flour (wheat or Atta) that they used to make chappathis or pooris.  So here is what we did.

1. Take a table spoon of Atta or wheat flour:

Chappathi Flour


2. Add a little water and firmly knead it to make it a dough. You now have a soft dough just like bread dough that is slightly sticky, quite soft.



3. If possible gently sweep into the area so that all the glass bits are in a limited area.

4. Now start gently tapping the dough on the floor where the glass pieces are present. The glass simply adheres into the dough. Wear gloves to avoid cutting yourself. Move from tile to tile so each area is covered. Gently turn the dough so that you use as much of the surface area as possible. Be careful when doing this. Make sure you tackle the corners properly and also the junction between the floor and the wall.

5. Put your eyes close to the floor and shine a torch beam across the floor and gently move it to see any more glass on the floor. Pat the dough and remove these too.

6. You are now done. Discard the dough into a bin safely. Don’t try to make a chappathi out of it!!

Its been a few days now and their son has crawled a million times in the living room and is cut and scratch free – so we must have done a good job.

If you have a vacuum cleaner you can try using it, but there is a danger of pushing the glass pieces away and leaving lots of tiny pieces behind.

Did you find this useful? Please share or leave a comment!

Multiple twitter accounts with one email ID

You may want to have multiple twitter IDs for different purposes – work related, fun, personal, for links or for a million other reasons. One of the pains with this is that you need a unique email ID for each account. You may have tried email redirect services for this, but this too means that you have to sign up for multiple email IDs.

There’s a quick workaround for this and you can use a single GMAIL ID to sign up for multiple twitter accounts. This is based on a gmail feature where and both can be accessed if you sign in to the ID. Basically you can insert a period (.) anywhere in your username at gmail and it still shows up in your original gmail inbox. Twitter will however identify them as separate email IDs and hence  you can sign up for multiple twitter accounts.

So if your id is, then you can use multiple IDs for seven twitter accounts with:

So if you have a long username then the possibilities are more!

So email sent to any of the following IDs:

can be accessed when you login with the username “”. This means that for activating your multiple twitter handles, you can just use the multiple options and all the activation emails, further notifications, updates and messages from all the twitter handles will be delivered to your main gmail account.

The problem is if you ever need to email twitter about something it becomes difficult as all the emails can be sent from your main ID only. However you rarely need to contact twitter at all.

You can also use this little trick to sign up for multiple accounts in other services like tumblr, etc and make all your activations and notifications more streamlined and accessible from a single gmail login.

This method is not illegal and I see no harm in using it at all as having multiple twitter accounts is perfectly legal.

Did you enjoy this little tip? Please leave a comment below!

Skip to toolbar