I hope the following advice doesn't sound condescending or mean. And I know I might get a little flack for this but hey, I think it needs to be said.
When you make a deposit to a poker site, make sure it's the last one you ever make, using your own money
. Seriously, think about it for one minute. You make a deposit of $20 here, $20 there, and either lose it that day, or if your really lucky later that week. Why, obviously through very poor bankroll management. 'But I was unlucky' I hear you cry. Bulls*** I say, you just didn't apply decent fundamental's of BRM. I'm not gonna go on about decent BRM, there are are s*** load of quality threads on this site that give you really solid fundamentals on BRM.
My point is this, you can go on making your small deposits and just enjoy yourself and go busto, if that's your thing. No one here is gonna make fun of that. we've all been there. But if you seriously want to progress think about it for a moment. Your gonna have to work really hard with a small deposit or freeroll winnings to make it work for you, real hard.!
So how best can I maximise my poker experience? Well you can make a moderate deposit (say $100 - $200, I know it's a lot, but save up all those little deposit instead) and advance yourself along that road. This site offers several deposit bonuses for you to exploit. Please take advantage of them as they can increase your bankroll quite dramatically. In fact why not 'bonus whore'. Clear the bonus at one site, withdraw and deposit at another, simple. Just watch your BR grow and grow.
Now I'm not telling you guys something you don't already know, but seriously for newbs who are just starting out on there poker experience, think about it before you make random deposits all over the place and lose the maximum deposit bonus from that site. Save up and make as big of deposit as you possible can, you will then get a decent bonus and hey presto, with decent BRM your well along the way to making a tidy profit in poker winnings.
Good luck with it and don't forget 'make sure it's the last one you ever make, using your own money'