I asked if I could do any changes, but no, I’ll really have to drop the domain. I was doing this in good faith, so no problem to comply.
What I did for DreamHost was what I do to many other affiliate programs, with their knowledge, and they like it. Some of which I work with for almost 6 years, and last month one of my affiliate managers came from the US to Europe to chit chat with some affiliates, I included.
So I always was a good stand person, and as I stated I don’t need this affiliate money. I want to gather a big check to give to Unicef, because:
1º I’ll help children all around the world
2º My government accept that as an expense, and adds an extra 40%. That will help me when I have to pay taxes.
So now instead of donating through DreamHost, I’ll cash in to my Paypal account, and send a check directly to Unicef. I hope to make a video about that when time comes, and post on my new site. If my check is big enough I hope to even meet the Unicef representative in Portugal.
3º A selfish reason… I want people to be proud of my work, instead of just asking what a webmaster is, and shouldn’t I get a real work. When I say that I gathered $300 to give to a charity, in just a few weeks, they understand that this is real.
So you bet I don’t want confusions, misunderstandings.
Just want to warn all fellow webmasters to look twice at your promotion techniques, so that you don’t end in trouble like me. Just altering my signature in 100 posts here will take a while… and time is something I don’t have…
The articles around the web about dreamhost97.com, that I can’t change, is a lot worse.
Live and learn I really appreciate your support. It’s really important for me. Yesterday I was feeling really bad.
3 “really” in one paragraph surely mean something
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