One of the Joys of Maturity
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Senior Gardening is supported by affiliate advertising. We're not paid by the number of impressions (number of times an ad shows) or even by click-throughs on ads. We are paid by folks clicking on an ad on the site and then purchasing something.
We often use embedded links to appropriate products and providers in the content of Senior Gardening. It also helps to be able to use advertisers' graphics of products to be able to illustrate content on this site. Occasionally, it also generates some income.
Senior Gardening shares its affiliate ads with another site, Educators' News, which is also owned and operated by Steven L. Wood Publications. At right is the complete listing of our affiliate advertising partners. Some, obviously, are not garden related. Our senior gardening related advertisers are also shown below with graphic links.
We also are enrolled in Google's Adsense program which offers a rotating listing of garden suppliers which often includes Johnny's Selected Seeds, the Greenhouse Megastore, the Seed Savers Exchange, and others.
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If you're shopping for a web host, I can heartily recommend Hostmonster. I will suggest that if you're new to Hostmonster, you lock in the longest contract you can with your initial signup (doesn't increase our commission any). They often offer new customer specials, occasionally as low as $3.95/month, but more often $4.95/month. We got in on such a deal with our initial signup, but also note that they play hardball on renewal pricing, only slightly discounting longer term renewals from their regular, $6.95/month pricing, and certainly not anywhere near their new customer prices. At our current $5.95/month rate (paid in advance), I am still happy with the service and their rates.
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