My 5 year old son asks me what I do during the day when he's at school. I tell him I design websites and market them to make money to buy him all the toys he wants. He said that he wanted to do that with me too. So with the little ppc/ppa stuff I do on my own for a little extra spending money per month, I decided to get him into it as well and let him choose what he wanted to sell.
He said kids shoes were cool so we found an affiliate program that was paying 10%-15% per sale of shoes. We made a webpage and wrote a few articles on it. Then made a few ads and began to start bidding on ppc spots in google. He tells people that he's a webmastah like his Dad to his friends and somehow a local paper ran a story after talking to them over the phone.
They agreed to print the URL of his website and now he's got a better ROI than some of my campaigns. I dont claim to be great at writing ads or the science of PPC but man he's doing well (more than $40/day). most ideas what to write come from him I just make sure grammar and spelling are ok.
Well that's if he wants to continue it everyday until then. We've had days where he would make $0 and run up $30 in costs that day. I put everything on one of my credit cards and we have to pay for it at the end of the month before interest charges acrue. It's been 3 months so far and he's made a little over $2k and it cost about $600.
Sounds like a great father who is helping his kid learn valuble life lessons at a rather young age. Kids these day suck at understanding money and finances. You're giving your child a terrific headstart in life. I hope he makes terrific use of it!
"Do kids talk like that in Kindergarten already? "
No, your kid sadly met one of the kids who's parents use that language at home. How that word worked its way into the lexicon of todays popular culture is beyond me. What's up with ASK using it in a National ad campaign? Total turnoff.