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Virtually unlimited Site Storage for Google Sites

Google sites is free and virtually unlimited sites you can create and virtually unlimited site storage. What I am saying "virtually unlimited" means you can create as many sites as you want and same can you do pages. But there IS a limit, the rule is that you can only create "five sites per week," and you have 100M site storage for every site. But some user find that their sites storage meter always displays 0%, though they've used a lot of space to create webpages, so they suspect that " the storage meter broken ." Actually, the meter is functioning perfectly well. The confusing bit is that if you don't upload any files, images or attachments of any kind, then your storage meter will alway display 0% of 100M. Storage only counts against you when you've added files, not text. But if do have a need to upload files and images or attachments, you have a way to upgrade your storage by copy your site to Google Apps .

How does Adsense Revenue Splitting Work in DocCash Programe?

Adsense Revenue sharing sites, Hubpage doesn't accept PDFs, and very tough on non-original article, But Docstoc process PDFs and Docs, and it seems not care if documents are original or not. But one thing remains unclear to me is the Revenue Sharing Modle. In Docstoc's DocCash FAQ: "The DocCash program pays you for uploading documents. After you join, we'll spit (50/50) the Google AdSense revenue that we earn from the documents you upload to Docstoc." This makes no sense. Some people say that they can't just "revenue share" with users - there is no way to actually do this with adsense. They must, instead, be rotating their Google Adsense Code with users who use this service. So technically - its 50% rotation of their pubID with the users pubID. This is the way that Hubpage is doing it, splitting (40/60) Adsense Impressions between Hubpage and its publisher. Unless someone tells me different - there is no way to simply allow Google to proc