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Different site take different lengths of time. My travel website from start to putting it online will prob take 3 months. But thats because I want a lot of content before I put it online.
[edited by: Rightz at 4:21 pm (utc) on April 21, 2006]
joined:Sept 20, 2004
So I'd like to know whether you started with afew pages and added as you went along or you got everything on the site first before you signed up?
Get a minimum of one(!) relevant page uploaded, yes, I'm serious, then start adding fresh content all the time until you're satisfied there is enough information for that site, don't wait until you feel you're finished because one very rarely will...
As long as you have a good sampling of what the site will be and no underconstruction or links that go nowhere you are ready for adsense. You don't have to have a big site for adsense. Many small sites have adsense on them.
My hubby is putting one together right now and our goal is to have 4 topics somewhat developed with a few pages on each. That's just a small fraction of what the site will be. But enough to launch.
It will be live soon... I can't wait to start multiplying my AdSense income. :)
joined:Apr 22, 2006
I think it's important to have a right mindsent. Motion beats meditation. Just do the damn thing. Put it up. It doesn't have to be perfect. You'll have a chance to improve later.
Start with a structure that's fully functioning, but that can be expanded and filled in as you go along.
i have finished one of my webs for two days. it has also PHP/MySQL.
I'm working now on new project which I find very interesting and it's very rare to find on internet (if it exist). This new project will cost me a half year to work on it.
Other sites, like my photo gallery, I like to do a big chunk at a time then let sections bake for a while.
I don't think this has a lot to do with adsense unless you're looking at angles like how adsense treats sites that change over time.
It seems to me that adsense can be fickle with content moving around on a low-traffic site. It takes a while to catch up and realize that you're not up to shenanigans. (Sorry, it's hard not to personify the thing)