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I have My StatCounter and here are my stats for about a week:
June 17th 4/1/0/1
June 16th 49/7/5/2
June 15th 59/9/4/5
June 14th 129/18/13/5
June 13th 112/16/12/4
June 12th 178/14/14/0
As you can see, at first i was getting alot of page loads cuz i was constantly editing the site and refreshing. And i was getting better unique visits at first cuz i was telling friends and people on AIM to see the site. But recently i haven't been home to advertise so the visits have gone down to nothing. I have submitting the site into free search engines but recently so they are prolly still being processed. So is it worth it to put my time into Adsense or any other affiliate program? If so wat program and wat can i do to get more money.
[edited by: Jenstar at 3:25 am (utc) on June 18, 2005]
[edit reason] No URLS as per TOS, please! [/edit]
second either get a new account or explain how you screwed up because you didnt understand.
Now lets say you have one site that makes $35 a week, and everything is cool (you aren't clicking your own ads etc)
now go make 100 more web sites.
Now you are making $3500 a week.
Thats how that works
how do they know im signing up again, from ip address? cuz i could use a different name, use my cousins address, make a new site to put the ads on, and have a new email and stuff.
I've been using google adsense for almost a year yet I haven't received a check because I was only able to reach the $100 last month. Still, the spirit is up (thanks to this website) and good enough, I'll buy a coffee and a pack of cigarrete with that google money. the change, i'll pay for another year for hosting because im learning everyday through this site. :D
If this thread didn't make me laugh so much (and laugh out "allowed" too) I wouldn't be posting this. I suggest others with websites to develop spend their time more wisely than in encouraging this guy.
You'd be surprised how many webmasters don't read the TOS and do this, even though it's prohibited. Quite a few threads here in the past on this.