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Your relationship with the server (blog.com) is governed by contract. If the server is making money off the blog site content that you created by selling ad space, you may or may not be entitled to recover that money. The only way to determine this is by thoroughly reading your contract that you entered when you published the content.
While I would like to be able to narrow the scope of your contract review, I am not sure that it would be helpful, you can look for clauses for compensation and advertising, but these types of matters usually require that you read the entire document.
If you are entitled to compensation under the contract, you can sue the server for breach of contract. (You may be able to send them a letter identifying your rights under the terms of the contract and threaten suit - a "pre-litigation demand letter" in an effort to settle prior to filing a lawsuit).
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When I added another page to the blog this allowed me to continue writing It also gave me the ability to send money to blog.com so I can have a better selection of themes. I also was able to write them and let them know what was going on. I have been able to write before yet they tend to answer from that webpage. The fact that I haven't paid in the last year doesn't give me rights to the advertising income. The fact that they shut me down and made me mad after not hearing from them I just killed the web page. Somehow they brought it back. Now you know I gave you a high rating but no tip. Today was my last day of employment perhaps you can help me with another matter It was like a couple of years ago maybe 3 I bought enoughhomeless.com from a party called technolodgy bound.com They wouldn't give me my pass word for like 3 months. then I removed all that i could because i didn't like what they did on the web page. I didn't like having a portion of another web page it was one of the Big Dogs I insisted that they removed it as well. Like 3 or 4 months later the web page was down. I wrote and they had given it to Gator host. I didn't want them hosting it so at that time I was in good relations with blog.com so I gave them 18.00 to have the domain on my blog. After a while the domain name enoughhomeless was sent to a domain broker that sent it to another who at the time said that they would sell it back to me for 85.00 well I just didn't have the funds and so I waited It took close to 3 months then I received an e.mail and they now want 500.00 my intention is to bull doze their operation with writing about it and getting as many readers possible to know what inflation is.
I did tell them that the web page is a part of a ministry and that he the writer that wrote me would answer to God .
As soon as I have full control over the blog it will be www.enoughhomeless.org. Because of the fact that on the blog I have a link which links to just ask I hope that in the future others will be able to help you and to give you a financial tip.
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