|Ideas to Monetize a TV Show or Stars Website.|
Ways to monetize blogs, or soap operas or movies websites.
| 7:07 pm on Oct 11, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I found I can get a good amount of traffic from Tv Show, movies, o stars keywords, and in a lower price, but I'm not suere about how to monetize this kinds of website. The keywords should be "tom cruise", "The hospital", "The apprentice", etc.
This are my ideas:
2) Books about the soap opera or the signer.
3) Articles related to that show, like cds.
4) Cell Phone Messages. SMS
5) Dates Websites.
My question mainly is about what people is searching for, when they search for this kind of keywords?
What is you opinion about monetizing this kind of traffic?
| 2:01 am on Oct 12, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I dunno, but if you figure it out, let me know, as I'm about to try to monetize an annoying TV commercial.
I figure what people would be searching for when they look for this site is perhaps a laugh - and BIG TYPE. Because they will probably be at a party, bored, and schnockerd.
What do you sell to drunk, bored people at a party? ;)
| 5:51 am on Oct 12, 2006 (gmt 0)|
- you could provide your address and ask them to write a check
- you could ask for their credit card numbers
- you could ask for paypal donations
| 6:23 am on Oct 12, 2006 (gmt 0)|
If you could get links of websites where people can meet and date Tom Cruise, it would be really great! :)
Seriously, I doubt that links/ads to dates websites in a good idea... Better having links/ads to gossip websites or podcasting websites to get last news and videos about stars.
If you have some free time and are in US, do the garbage and sell stuff for stars (comb, toothbrush, etc..). This is big money!
| 10:24 am on Oct 12, 2006 (gmt 0)|
If people are searching for TV and movie stars, maybe you should sell them TV shows and movies starring those stars?
Just a thought. ;)
| 10:40 am on Oct 12, 2006 (gmt 0)|
If you have good content, you can do very well with sales (eg Amazon); you probably won't get a lot through adsense with entertainment keywords.
There are so many related sites, from the ubiquitous fan page through to IMDB, that you need some unique features and seriously interesting content to succeed.
Or find a specialist niche within the field - that has the plus of making return visitors / bookmarks and incoming links a tad easier.