Making Cash On The Web is a serious attempt to compile useful information about making money on the internet. It is a combination of things that I have learned myself, as well as information culled from other sources. It is NOT about get rich quick schemes, or wierd marketing programs. I am not going to sell you anything.
Google’s PageRank stat supposedly shows the relative importance of a site, based on a number of inscrutable factors but most prominently the number of links back to the site. The scale ranges from 1 to 10 and is a logarithmic function. So sites with a PageRank of ten are the most important ones on the ‘net. Who are they? Well, Google, for one. And Statcounter.com. Here are a few others:
CNN has an article on how boggers are now on the cusp of making big bucks for their efforts. For example, Michael Arrington of Techcrunch pulls in $60,000 in advertising revenues each MONTH!
Get to work folks. We all can get in on this one.
the Ontok Highlighter only highlights words in your page that are either product-related or topically related to the page being highlighted. This results in ads so well-matched that your visitors will actually find them useful.
There’s a real Catch-22 involved in starting up an internet forum: people won’t participate unless there are people participating.
So how do you get started? One way is to create a few dummy accounts, then log on and write a bunch of posts under different names.
Another suggestion is to lean on your friends and family to help you get started.
You also can offer prizes—offer one for the best post of the month; for the post that creates the most replies; or for a random post.
As a last ditch effort, you could use a service like Forumshock For what seems to me to be a very reasonable price, Forumshock promises that quality posts will be made to your forum.
They seem like such little things, but fonts may have a big impact on your earnings. The right font can convey messages to your readers that can’t be conveyed with mere words or pictures.
But which one to use.
Fortunately, a study has been conducted on the usability of various fonts. The psychology department at Wichita State has determined that the most preferred fonts were Courier, Comic, Verdana, Georgia, and Times.