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Earn money with a website

 4:11 pm on Dec 11, 2009 (gmt 0)

I would like to know how I can earn money with my website.




 3:31 am on Dec 12, 2009 (gmt 0)

welcome to webmasterworld.

tell folks about your website.


 2:08 pm on Dec 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

Back to front. Start with a business proposition then develop a web site to support it.


 4:40 pm on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

either by selling a service, product ... or by selling ads after you draw in traffic. Its that simple! ;)


 4:57 pm on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

There was a member here who became successful with a site in a really big way. He said something in an interview that really resonated with me. When asked how to be successful on the web, he replied "Find something that people are selling, and figure out how to give it away for free." Made a lot of sense.


 5:17 pm on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

arieng... that also stuck in my head, gold ol' Markus showed us all that it isn't wrong to hope for big things.

He said, find something people want, give it to them better than the way they get it now and give it to them for free, then monetize with adverts.

This is a great model but people have been hammering away at it for a while so it is tougher to find that niche where you can really thrive than it once was.

A simple way to make money online is to use the power of multiplication. I have used this method with much success and have shared it a few times.

You place a few ads in a newspaper or publication, an ad that offers "the best cookie" recipe for $2 or a manual on best lawn care practices for $2.. or what ever info you can offer... then you wait and see how many orders you get.

Lets say from 5 ads only 1 ad makes you a profit of $10, you then take the 1 performing ad and you place it in 100s or even 1000s of newspapers/publications.

1 ad = $10
100 ads = $1000
then also
1000 ads = $10,000

This can be applied online in many many ways.


 6:41 pm on Dec 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

1 ad = $10
100 ads = $1000
then also
1000 ads = $10,000

It's actually more like the graph y = sqrt(x). Nothing is ever linear when it comes to making money.


 6:20 pm on Dec 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

1 ad = $10
100 ads = $1000
then also
1000 ads = $10,000

This can be applied online in many many ways.

How to apply online? What products if I do not have any of them of mine own?
I tried all evenues, but not so easy to make moeny online as easy we feel it to be. Recently we saw one MLM ads post was on Webmasterworld to start with $25 make unlimited income (no end) multiplying at geometric progression. It was lucrative, but is there any MLM which produced money for the users then the originator himself?


 10:45 am on Jan 5, 2010 (gmt 0)

I want to learn SEO?

can you please give me the site names


 11:07 pm on Jan 7, 2010 (gmt 0)

Petro, MLM is always bad, I would never get into something like that.

BE creative, you don't need products, you need innovation, there is no quick way to make money, you have to find a niche and work it hard.

Like I said a cookie recipe is something you can make up, get one online and add something to make it yours. I know this is a basic example but you have to find your own thing.

I want to learn SEO?

can you please give me the site names

I can give you my favorite:


 6:27 pm on Feb 14, 2010 (gmt 0)

Enroll in wirelless divices, like logo, ringtones, games, mp3, its making huge.

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