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1:49 pm on Aug 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

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i learnt that there should be more than site 100+ to make money more than 100$ with adsense ads in websites please help me soon.....

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Welcome to WebmasterWorld harineedshelp,

I am imagining that wherever you learned that from was meaning 100 lower quality sites

you could develop one site of quality and easily make more than 100$/month

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Welcome to WebmasterWorld harineedshelp.

develop one site of quality

It doesn't necessarily have to be quality either. The right level of traffic in the right niche can easily bring in $100/month+.

In my experience it's actually a lot easier to concentrate on one site rather than spread yourself too thin.

2:17 pm on Aug 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

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what should i change to make money

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Quite agree with the above. One site was all it took me to reach the $100/month (took a couple of months for me to grow it to that level, but haven't looked back).

Added a second site which never gets $100/month, but then I didn't expect it too.

Concentrate on useful content which will encourage users to visit, rather than create multiple sites which would dilute your time to making any one of them compelling for visitors.

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reply me soon please i need help
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we don't actually do individual site reviews but the basics are the same for any site of quality or developing/increasing traffic

I would read around the site and you can learn what you need

you could start here
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The link above (the "26 steps" thread) will put you well on your way to your target.

I would start thinking in traffic terms, not money, at this stage. Once you get some traffic coming to your site you can start to look at monetising.

9:03 am on Aug 19, 2008 (gmt 0)

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more than site 100+ to make money more than 100$ with adsense ads

You can have one website that makes easily $1000+, or you can have 1000s of sites making - nothing, or next to nothing. There is no boilerplate recipe for having success with Adsense.

It all boils down to getting traffic -and the right traffic mix-. This typically only comes with the right content and some (aggressive) marketing, e.g. viral marketing or advertising.

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All you need is one good site...I have a site that makes over $300+ a day via adsense... lot of work and lot of time spent on that site... it takes time but keep posting content and work on building quality long term backlinks...
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Harineedshelp... you appear to be in a hurry. I would tentatively suggest to you that this is not a get-rich-quick game. (If you want to get rich quick start putting together seminars for people who want to get rich quick.)

My preferred option - it worked for me - is to concentrate all your efforts: creative work, writing, branding, promotion etc. on one site. If are starting from scratch and you're a fast learner then, in approximately 2-3 months you can expect to be earning $100 per month from that one site.

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If money is tight and you need to get results quickly, I really do recommend going and getting a job. Don't do overtime at your job, come back promptly and work on your site in the evenings. Build up one or two sites at the most until they are really good quality resources and bringing in enough money for you to quit the day job.
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Developing a sustainable profitable website is not a get-rich-quick thing. My largest and most profitable site is over 8 years old now. I'm making well over $100/mo and I'm my own boss. You can do it too but don't chase the fast buck, build quality, unique site(s).

[edited by: Swanny007 at 4:04 pm (utc) on Aug. 20, 2008]

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i learnt that there should be more than site 100+ to make money more than 100$ with adsense ads in websites please help me soon.....

If you're making 100 MFA sites, then sure. I'd concentrate on one, good site and you can easily clear 100/month in about 3 months with zero paid advertising.

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reply me soon please i need help

Like the other guy said, find a real job. Good luck!

6:01 am on Aug 21, 2008 (gmt 0)

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It doesn't necessarily have to be quality either. The right level of traffic in the right niche can easily bring in $100/month+.

In my experience it's actually a lot easier to concentrate on one site rather than spread yourself too thin.

I have one site with low but very targetted traffic and it brings in a steady $### each month.

Made the mistake of trying to build more sites. I now have 3 other sites and they're giving me a mega sized headache plus they don't bring in even a fraction of my main site. I don't let them go because Adsense is a long-term revenue stream. I just continue to build one page at a time and believe that in 15 years time when I'm retired, I will have lots more time to concentrate on them.

I suppose what I'm saying is Adsense is long-term.

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I must say I am impressed to those that can get a site up and going and in a couple of months have it turn $100 a day. I must be in the wrong niches.
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I must be in the wrong niches.

Maybe you just don't spend enough time working on SEO, social-marketing, brand-building, offline marketing...? How many business cards do you give out every week? How many people do you tell about your site? What help or advice do you give to people on your site which they can't get anywhere else? What makes people bookmark your site and tell their friends about it?

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If you're making 100 MFA sites, then sure. I'd concentrate on one, good site and you can easily clear 100/month in about 3 months with zero paid advertising.

I would argue that if you focus on a few quality sites, that you can get them up to a consistent level of good traffic and revenue much faster than a ton of MFA sites. Consistent being an important word. I might be able to generate more with MFA sites in a few months, but six months or a year from now I'll be generating much more revenue with quality sites.

On top of that, focusing on a few quality sites means you have much better control over the sites and far fewer chances of doing something stupid that will get you banned. Throwing up a 100 MFA sites, your chances of getting banned from AdSense shoot through the roof. If you have quality sites and you make a mistake and get banned, you have a chance of being reinstated. If you have 100 MFA sites and do something stupid, you won't be reinstated.

On top of that, if you have quality sites, you should be able to reach a point where AS is one of your minor revenue streams - you should have plenty of other advertising options that will generate more income.

In fact, over time, you'd probably want to move away from AS being your main source of income, and move towards where companies are paying you directly to advertise on your site, or where you are making commissions from other advertising services.

If you focus on what you know and enjoy, and you focus on quality, you'll get links from other quality websites which will do more for your traffic and PR than anything else, and will insure your long term success.

Do people make money with MFA? Sure, some do.

Fore me, I enjoy my minor success (it equals my day job pay wise) a lot more though, because I get to write about topics I'm interested in. I'm not sitting there looking at AS stats every day and fretting over a drop in clicks or revenue.

I have a few friends who rely on AS more than they should, and it's easy for them to go in panic mode. I don't need or want that kind of stress.

 

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