There’s always a temptation to try to make money from a blog. I’m sure you’ve seen sites that promote books, stories, and pictures for sale. This is the tried-and-true revenue generator for otherwise free sites. There’s nothing implicitly wrong with this idea. I’ve noticed that the same information that is being sold is often available free on other sites.
A different revenue source is commissions. Very often, when links are provided to products discussed in a post, it is special and if you buy, the blogger gets a cut of what you spend. You don’t spend more for the product. The commission is paid by the people selling the product. This is fine as long as the review of the item is honest.
Sometimes, you will see a blogger talk about how great a product is to do something that common sense says isn’t possible. One blogger is touting pills that make male orgasms more intense and produce more semen.
This is a topic of some interest to me. My semen production is poor. I’ve done a lot of research on the topic. According to reputable sources, nothing will substantially change this; certainly not an herbal pill. Some people say they do get results from these pills. Maybe they do, but the evidence suggests the pills are a waste of money. Worse, every so often a blogger will claim personal success at the same time he publishes a commission-producing ad for the product. That smells really bad to me.
We don’t carry ads and never accept a commission for the sale of any product we discuss here on the blog. Any links I provide to a source contains nothing that would result in money coming back to me. The Journal produces no income. In fact, it costs us quite a bit to publish
The reason I’m posting about this is that I’ve come across at least one case where someone is making money claiming an herbal orgasm/semen enhancer works. My research suggests it doesn’t. I wish it or some thing else would. I’d take it myself.
Penis extending or semen increasing remedies are very popular scams. Many of us wish we could do better in one or both of those areas. Legitimate drug companies have spent hundreds of millions of dollars looking for a way to do this. They’ve had no luck so far.
If you are considering one of the many products claiming to extend your boner or help you squirt buckets of semen, instead of reading claims from the seller, do some research. You can save a lot of money after a few Google searches.