Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Show me the numbers!!!

I think many of us would like to see our blog site's stats rise as high as possible. This is especially true if you're like me and thousands others who are into making extra $$ via blogging. Well, if you can earn extra income doing what you like, why not join in the wagon isn't it ;p I wish I have joined the boat in making money via blogging ages ago..then I could have earned more by now ...but it is better late than never here I am trying to find ways to boost the traffic to my blog...and guess what, I've just found another way to do so...wanna know how? Well, just get yourself registered with It is very easy to join as you only have to key in your email add and wait for their email to confirm your registration. So easy isn't it. No hassle of having to key in your name, add, etc etc. So go get yourself registered now! ;p


jppmom said...

yea who doesn't like d traffic right?

Sean E said...

If you want to have a better future for our children in Malaysia, do you part by signing the on-line petition at

This is one of the way (non-violence) to bring our message to the Government. Don’t just sit there, stand up and be counted!

Why do we need to reform the Election Commission?

1) Gerrymandering. The discrepancy between number of voters in voting areas is too great. The smallest parliamentary seat (Federal Territory, Putrajaya) has only 6,608 voters while the parliamentary seat for Kapar in Selangor has 112,224 voters. What this means is that one vote in the Putrajaya parliamentary constituency is equivalent to 17 votes in the Kapar constituency.

2) Phantom voters. A common tactic is to ‘buy’ the identity card of the voters. Party members from the ruling parties will then vote on the voters’ behalf. Random checking of a person’s identity must be conducted using those finger print checking device (like the bank use). Any voting done on another person’s identity must be made a serious offence under the election law.

3) Postal votes. The rules on postal voting must be reviewed, tightened and amended. The current rule favours the ruling party as the armed forces personnel and policemen who vote by ‘postal voting’ would obviously not jeopardize their career or promotion prospect by voting for the opposition. Voting under postal voting is not secret as it is under the watchful eyes of the senior officers.