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If you want to profit using AdSense you need to have a website. The good news is that it has never been easier to build a website than it is today. Choosing a domain name will probably be the most challenging thing for you, as all the good names seem to be gone.

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Building the content for you site can be a lot of fun if you are passionate about your topic. If this is your first site, I recommend choosing a topic that you like and are very passionate about so that you find it easy to write content and articles.

Choosing A Domain Name

Before you start building a website you will need to choose a domain name. This is not as easy as it once was. Good luck finding exactly what you want, but it can be done. There are a lot of websites out there that can help you brainstorm a good domain name. You simply type in the desired name, and if it is already taken it will spit back some closely related ideas for you to choose from. If you are still unable to find exactly what you want, you still have options. There are websites out there that buy up domain names and resell them. Chances are you will be able to find a good one on one of these sites. The bad news it that you will have to pay anywhere from $50 to $50,000 or more for them. But before you spend lots of money on a domain name, ask yourself if there is another way you can come up with a domain name for less money that will still get you extra traffic. Chances are if you brainstorm, you can come up with a better alternative than paying a lot for one.

Building a Website

Building a website has never been easier. There are several programs out there that can help you do this. It is helpful to know a little HTML and maybe a little CSS. If you don’t, not to worry, you can use something as simple as WordPress, which is free, to get your site up and running. WordPress is one of my favorites, as it is so easy to set up and there are a ton of plugins that you can use to help make your site search engine friendly. WordPress, being a blog posting platform enables you to add content easily as often as you like. The search engines love fresh content. Especially if you add it in a couple times a week.

If you decide that you do not want to create a site using a blogging platform and you don’t want to take the time to learn any HTML, you can always hire a freelancer to build the site for you. There are many sites that allow you to place a job up for bid to have a site built for you. Just make sure you check the feedback of the person before you choose the lowest bidder for your project.

Creating Content

The meat of the site, content! It is the content that you add to your site that is going to drive traffic and make you money. The ads that appear on your site will be determined by the content you display on your web pages. This is what makes making money with AdSense so easy. The ads are relevant to the content on your site. People click on these ads for just that reason, they are relevant to what they are looking for. As for coming up with content for your site, you can either write it yourself or hire a ghost writer to do this for you. You may want to start out writing the content yourself, and as you site revenue grows, pay someone to do this.

Making money with AdSense can be very exciting as you watch your income slowly grow. You can literally make money while you are sleeping. Finding a domain name that you are satisfied with may take a little doing, but with a bit of thought you can still come up with some good domain names that are available. Creating the website is probably one of the easiest steps and can be fun. There are a ton of programs out there that make this step easy for you. Once you have your website built, you just need to write up content for you site and you are ready to go. Just remember that the more traffic you can drive to your site, the more potential money you can make.

Originally posted 2010-02-01 09:11:03. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Domains as Information Product Gateways

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Domains are online pathways to information. Smart domainers can purchase, use, and devise these domains to maximize SEO lookups and search result referrals to the information source sites. Information is the main mover and shaker element of the Internet, and how data bits fly around and where they land is the dynamic that keeps billions of people using it daily.

If the webmaster can keep enough SEO juju going into the content mix, and visitors participate in available ways, then the domain becomes a tangible product of effort, promotion, and information. The domain is now a gateway to information that a webmaster can vend as a product. The webmaster can decide which posts to publish, to allow SEO techniques to scrub the content, and where links and site plan directions conclude.

A domain site meant to capitalize on informational expertise should have   a marketing plan. Media types like blogs, articles, eBooks, vended white papers and other products like audio tapes or videos can be sold. Access to the media for streaming online or electronic delivery can also be done using various cash point services (like Paypal) or Internet specific banking portals (like Clickbank or Moneybookers).

Sites such as Ebay can be used as well for physical or electronic data product sales. Going into business online vending information products is an accessible way to start a home business. Electronic delivery makes for an extraordinary industry as the conventional shipping model and the costs involved disappear. That’s a low overhead anyone can afford. Online vendors of information products can dictate their terms and conditions.

Ebay promotion and marketing can follow conventional channels but tap into technology, literary, proprietary and categorical sales channels. Planting links to the product announcement, posting online reviews, and featuring articles with excerpts and strategically chosen teaser quotes can elevate the profile of such an information product. SEO becomes the most important marketing and promotion factor after content delivery of the information item itself.

Domain names can be custom tweaked to promote a media type, subject, catchy new slang term, demographic or related keyword topic. A lot has been written about selling affiliate products, but the profit potential of selling a custom information item cannot be overestimated. Multi-level marketing, site membership, premium fees for information and sale of the associated domain name can become site promotion strategies.

Domainers who have little to no experience selling domain names but a lot of talent and a genius for writing or creating information products can reap a bonanza using a domain to sell advice or counsel. Since any website takes its cue from the domain name in the address bar, the video coaching session, creation advice, grooming tips or whatever information product exists for sale can take a unique form from the site itself.

The domain chosen might be the domain name that most readily fits the product, or be a name picked up from a drop list auction or dollar domain sale. The domain could be a new term or the information product could even be vended from a Facebook or Myspace account with an Ebay sales link. And many domainers escalate the traffic for an existing portfolio domain name dramatically by using it to vend their information product wares.

Originally posted 2010-05-21 19:42:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Domainfest Flu Makes Media News

An article by the Los Angeles Times and local Southern California news coverage is centering attention on a news item concerning the Playboy mansion. Mobile Command Units for the Los Angeles Department of Health are checking into the story. The site Dnjournal.com mentioned a Swedish case of Legionellis, the Pontiac Fever lighter version of Legionnaire Disease.

Local news station KTLA and other media channels are now tracking the various party venues of the Domainfest conference may warn off other at risk public visitors. These are the Fairmont Hotel, the SkyBar, and the Playboy Mansion. In the interview domainers are referred to as “techies”.

In this interview, David Castello makes a good point concerning the isolation of the illness to the source. He mentions that hostesses present at the Playboy party were not attendees of the rest of the domain fest convention, and determining if they got sick would be important to establishing the origin of the obviously contamination.

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Originally posted 2011-02-13 12:58:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Domain Tasting

When registering a domain name, you have a 5 day grace period in which you can return the domain for a full refund. Domain tasting is the act of buying a domain name, and testing it’s market value. Being able to find out if the domain name is capable of making money solely off the name or by existing linkage to the site, makes it risk free. You have 5 days to test this.

Domains that are successful in this test are added to the registrant’s portfolio. The success of a domain name usually depends on type-in traffic. They are also being tested for existing traffic because they are still listed in the search engines and other links around the web. Along with these things the domain name can be sold to a third party for a profit.

If the registrant decides that the domain is not capable of making money do to it’s name and existing traffic, the registrant will then return the domain for a refund. Domain tasting allows for a risk free testing of the domain name without ever having to pay for it, if you decide it will not make a profit for you.

Originally posted 2009-10-10 10:07:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Networks Still Struggling to Host Video

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If you’re wondering why so much development is happening in video portals these days, take this down. Video websites feed via upload on video portals like Guba, Hulu, and Youtube. The networks have taken steps to protect their content by encapsulating it inside proprietary software environments.

ABC has had live video feeds via thin client of some of its shows for years now, as well as CBS and NBC. Yet all three of these networks have struggling applications, overloaded websites, and flattened error prone blank white screens on any event. Wherefore no hosting robustness, alphabets?

The day after the premiere of LOST’s episode, the abc main website struggles to load. The saturation black screen is almost 95% blank, and any click gets a white screen with a few html plain wrap links. Does the architecture really by video really kill these sites, or are they poorly designed for their bandwidth?

NBC has wrapped its Olympics coverage in Silverlight, which I was informed yesterday by many system messages could not be downloaded or installed. Yesterday I was informed by ABC’s site I was in another country, not the United States and could not view the video. And CBS stalls every day after a Survivor episode airs.

Frankly, only Fox TV can get it right. Gordon Ramsey wouldn’t have it any other way. But it seems end users can support video portals as well as mega media corps. So buy the video name, launch the portal, and greet your viewers. Because the lines at the source are long.

Originally posted 2010-02-24 10:54:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Affiliate Mistakes Webmasters Make

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1. Webmasters Pick the Wrong Affiliates

If webmaster selects an ad due to its very high value without coordinating other elements that bring that revenue into play, they are going to be disappointed. Not every listed payoff will occur, even once.

Without guarantees, a more conservative approach to selecting affiliate ads is to review the earnings history for each ad. Affiliates will list this for each ad unless the affiliate ad is a new version such as a banner or button.

2. Webmasters Place the Ads in the Wrong Place

Affiliate ads do not automatically belong in a banner. Headers are the large horizontal banner usually located at the top of the site. They might be more effectively places in a menu, in a text link, or in a bottom area or near a text anchor or graphic for related content or text. If there are more ads for a site, then the appropriate design might include a sub-banner or a number of graphics serving as text anchor. Ads such as text links can mean many more revenue earning opportunities per page.

3. Webmasters Fail to Provide Supporting Subject Material

Not many browsers just go around sites clicking on ads. Subject material inside the content or text blocks should have similar theme or keyword relationships to the affiliate or target demographic. Content material is what draws the browser in. Search results will yield links to your site based on content. Density of keywords will attract the traffic needed to build revenue from affiliate ads.

4. Webmasters Compose an Amateur Looking Site That Turns People Off

Stubbornness may work on the playing field but in website design it can spell wasted hosting dollars. Everyone knows that a black background should be used sparingly, that flashy animations slow up browser rending, and that garish colors make people move on.

5. Webmasters Forget to Market Visitors to Their Site

A site will not attract new visitors sitting online doing nothing. Webmasters need to market their site using invitations, advertisements incentives, or spreading the world on blogs or forums. Growth in affiliate revenue will correspond closely to increase in new visitor traffic. New traffic will only grow due to efforts and word of mouth from new users or visitors who feel the content or composition has something unique worth passing on.

6. Webmasters Assume People Will Browse the Site Without Keyword Optimization

Keyword search density leads new visitors and potential clients to the site. When persons surfing the Internet want information on a certain topic, unique content attracts people who want to know more Investment in the creation of unique yet keyword dense content is paramount. Everyone knows by now the puzzling experience of typing the words for the thing you want to know more about into a search engine, with strange results that don’t always correspond to the intended result.

7. Webmasters Don’t Give Browsers “Something To Do”

Even if the action is a squeeze page that activates upon closing out of the site, webmasters forget people want an activity or action beyond just reading and watching. Even a poll asking a fun question is preferable to nothing. Anything that keeps the browser reviewing the site helps the affiliate to catch the browser’s eye. Even a few seconds more may make the difference. Multiply that times a hundred and it could mean some serious money.

8. Webmasters Fail to Cross-Pollinate Affiliate Ads and Targets

The way affiliate ads are structured, keywords used to describe a site may bear a weight in deciding what affiliates to choose or apply for. Sometimes the affiliate representative may choose, or perhaps the affiliate will allow an ad to be used if they think the likelihood is good for sales leads or click through results.

9. Webmasters Make Sites That Look Exactly Like Everyone Else’s.

The worst sin in the webmaster’s playbook is to copy another site. But apart from the ethical considerations, most viewers will not keep looking at a site with little new to offer. A different site makes new browsers look twice to make sure they don’t miss anything, instead of seeing the same old composition and moving on twice as quickly. Affiliate ads don’t get traffic from split-second exoduses.

10. Webmasters Forget to Connect Their Strategy To the Everyday
With affiliate marketing the webmaster can change the content of the affiliate regions of add new content and links and ads seasonally. Simply by mentioning their domain name webmasters and visitors can be actively driving traffic to their site from inputs from everyday impressions and experiences.

Originally posted 2010-04-09 05:09:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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When Domains Get Personal

Domains can be bought for reasons like metrics, keywords, search relativity and discoverability. But many domainers also have a tendency to purchase domains they don’t know much about or on the basis of a recommendation. Often these are the very domains which lie fallow because the research involved won’t pay off for the domain owner.

This by no means is an entreaty against buying speculative domains. Yet without the research to support a target market and niche sales opportunity for affiliate appeal and clickthrough niches, a domainer is left with just another line item. The supporting research to sketch a domain development scenario always seems like more work once the domain name is inside the hosting paddock.

So, mining personal interests for domain possibilities pays off for the domainer. Hobbyists are likely to know which websites are popular to link to, which products are hot, and which discussions and hot topics are currently churning through the demographic of target users. They know the market because they are the market.

Consider selling the domain names inside your portfolio distant from your personal interests and then using those resources in acquiring names closer to your heart. These names can become part of a strategic plan for name value development that will be easier to achieve than one ridden with extra tasks and interpretation.

Unless you yourself are an invested member of the target demographic, almost all estimations of participation of site visitors are speculative. The less distance between the actual concrete representation of this dynamic and the illusion of what’s possible for domain value development, the more tangible projected rewards will result.

Originally posted 2010-03-16 01:16:01. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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SEO Blog Secrets

The number one secret to successful blogging is the stream of words necessary to make the domain and website blog brand grow. But so many domainers try to evade the serious contribution. The attempts to outsmart the search engines and supercede the legitimate basis for discoverability happens every day. The SEO seeding and the keyword inclusion take an effort.

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The blogs that work have interesting and topical things to say. Yet so often people I know who blog or try to do it end up defeating themselves because they underestimated the amount of work that goes into it. Successful blogging, and successful domain promotion via blogging, must execute certain skill sets and parameters of effort. There is no free lunch in Blogville.

If you see someone decrying the lack of Internet connectivity, he isn’t working on his blog. If you see someone watching a repeat of a television show they’ve already seen, they aren’t working on their blog.That guy sitting by the pool, flipping through a magazine about celebrities and their foibles? Not blogging. The lady waiting in line at the checkout stand, texting her friends.

They aren’t working on their blog. They don’t feel like they are working at all. But they are expending effort unproductively. They’ll type more keystrokes into their cellphones, PDA’s, digital devices and Ipods and Blackberries than might stuff a half dozen blogs. But if you suggested they fulfill a thousand word count writing assignment every day, they’d laugh out loud.

Blogging is industrious work that ages daily. the product is the process, and today;s process will become yesterday’s news all too quick.  In fact, if you ever watched Sex and the City, it’s impossible to believe Carrie and that her blog could support a Manhattan lifestyle or require nothing but stream of consciousness. Blog writing takes a strategy, a focus towards content that transcend randomness.

The best part about blogging is the freedom. In past centuries, even millennia, people were limited in their social congress and imagination by what they could see and touch. Recent decades of technological change have tightened social networks still based around background, taste, preferences and locality. Conversations start and end the same way, except online, because the geographic limitation is not present.

Only online can people find the base of what interests them and watch it flower from there. Only online can individuals find what they truly want to know without peer pressure, familial limitations, or economic structures. Even political and socialist restrictions, as today’s Russian and Chinese movements show, can only stagger what is a prurient human instinct to know more.

People are always curious about what they don’t already know about. Find about new science, reported information, developing cultures, evolving habits, cooking innovations, technological breakthroughs and government actions are not even the full scope of what people care about. Orchestrating the keywords and terms and search engine bots is just part of the game.

Most people are willing to chat about what they care about, in some horrible cases more than willing. Composing paragraphs of these discussions can lead to profitable revenues if the right efforts are completed. Adding in keywords and SEO tricks is just a hopscotch version of high school English, the modern version of hopscotch with a computer keyboard.

I personally notice when people describe a pain point or a problem in everyday life. I realize when there is a glitch there can also be a solution. A blog is a destination online even I visit, not for SEO tricks or discoverable keywords, but for insight, new snippets of knowledge, and decipherable bits of reason. Blogs are not meant to be textbooks. They are simply letters to an unknown friend whom one has yet to meet.

And there are people out there, Google searching and Yahooing and looking up words they don’t even know, who want to get that letter. They will scan directories and they will look for rated sites and they will read other posts to see where the good information is at. And they will find those messages, if only the world would put down the recreational stuff and get down to blogging.

From a previous post.

Originally posted 2010-11-14 08:48:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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When Domains Get Personal

Domains can be bought for reasons like metrics, keywords, search relativity and discoverability. But many domainers also have a tendency to purchase domains they don’t know much about or on the basis of a recommendation. Often these are the very domains which lie fallow because the research involved won’t pay off for the domain owner.

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This by no means is an entreaty against buying speculative domains. Yet without the research to support a target market and niche sales opportunity for affiliate appeal and clickthrough niches, a domainer is left with just another line item. The supporting research to sketch a domain development scenario always seems like more work once the domain name is inside the hosting paddock.

So, mining personal interests for domain possibilities pays off for the domainer. Hobbyists are likely to know which websites are popular to link to, which products are hot, and which discussions and hot topics are currently churning through the demographic of target users. They know the market because they are the market.

Consider selling the domain names inside your portfolio distant from your personal interests and then using those resources in acquiring names closer to your heart. These names can become part of a strategic plan for name value development that will be easier to achieve than one ridden with extra tasks and interpretation.

Unless you yourself are an invested member of the target demographic, almost all estimations of participation of site visitors are speculative. The less distance between the actual concrete representation of this dynamic and the illusion of what’s possible for domain value development, the more tangible projected rewards will result.

From a previous post.

Originally posted 2010-11-03 07:20:05. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The Comments Weed-Through

Every blog owner has now come to know that a necessary chore of every blogista or blog owner is to weed through the spare comments on the blog. But the cryptic inattention to detail is confounding. When people with keywords that fit your site insist on leaving links of unrelated topics and material on still a third topic, it’s fit to cause blog rage.

I am also enraged to find that on many of my blog sites the submitted comments are argumentative and rude, as if there is any value at all to my posting this? This kind of comment is guaranteed to be deleted. So why bother leaving it? No blogger wants that kind of material on their site. How can links which are never accepted help anyone’s SEO?

Furthermore I am getting comments where blogs I have under development are being submitted. This is surprising since the posts they are writing comments to don’t exist. The blog posts they are “replying” to are listed as “coming soon”. There is no content to read or respond to.

I can only conclude that the software submission used for this type of blog comment must be verified and only these type of comments stand out. Pity the poor clients who think they are really purchasing SEO. I can also infer that these visits are intended as malicious. For some motivation of their own, submitters are using my url for target practice.

Originally posted 2010-09-17 11:02:04. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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