Thursday, May 31, 2007

MMMTalk Forums are working Sign up now

OK guy the forum I have been working on for a while now is up and working. It is called mmmtalk Forums! It Also has a blog that goes with it naturally called mmmtalk. Right now we are looking for people to help get this forum going. We need your to register and make a few posts.

What are the advantages of using this forum you ask? Well other then meeting and talk to like minded bloggers like yourselves and you will no doubt come across way to help you earn and blog.

One special feature which will soon be implemented is adsense sharing. We are setting it up so that you are able to put your adsense code in and willl have your adsense ads shown when you start a thread and when you reply in a thread. The % are still being wored out but most likely you will have 60% chance of getting your ad shown and then 20% when you reply to a thread.

So please sign up now and join in the good times for all and hopefully be able to increase your earnings at the same time.

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rob stgeorge said...

awesome Greg, I am looking forward to participating in the forums and hopefully earning a few bucks at the same time! Nice idea.

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Since there is presently no known permanent cure for serious gastrointestinal distress, it
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According to package insert dosage instructions, Reglan was only intended to be taken
for up to three months. People who have taken this drug for longer than the three–month
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Recently, the FDA has issued a public health warning to both patients
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