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Text content: How many words per page?
Creating interesting content the right way
Kickedout




msg:4467284
 5:24 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

Many agree content is the key. If you want to monetize your site, ads can't be all you find in the page. I personally feel comfortable with a decent amount of ads, among a decent amount of valuable content on topics I'm interested in.

That said, let's get back to webmaster seat. How many words are enough content for 1 page so you can generate new, fresh, interesting pages weekly?
If you have to write 5000 words a day for 1 page, you probably won't earn much.

If you write 50 words, same thing because is not enough.

So what is a nice number? 500 per page? 300? 1000?

 

Lame_Wolf




msg:4467288
 5:42 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

So what is a nice number? 500 per page? 300? 1000?
All of them.

It all depends on what the subject matter is. I can write 50 pages on what you can do with an egg, but I can only write one page about the uses of a dandelion.

netmeg




msg:4467305
 6:13 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

This is probably not so much an AdSense topic. Besides, it's not how many, it's how good.

Kickedout




msg:4467310
 6:28 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

All right, how many "good" words do you consider a reasonable media?

netmeg




msg:4467347
 8:37 pm on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

If you have to ask, it probably won't work.

Look, if you're going at this asking "what's the least I can get away with" rather than "what's the best I can do" - you're probably not going to get a lot of assistance here.

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