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    • 205 posts
    September 21, 2006 3:18 AM EDT
    Technically a blog is a website; it`s a web log of a running commentary delivered through a site.  You can use a hosted service, like Blogger or Wordpress to create a blog so that you don`t have to go through the hassle of setting up hosting and acquiring a domain, but even if you go that route the key to adsense is that you actually have some traffic that`s going to click on those ads.  No traffic = no clicks = no revenue.  So unless you`re willing to put at least some amount of time into methods to draw traffic to the site, it`s probably not going to be worth your while.

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    chuck fuller

    • 2 posts
    September 21, 2006 3:58 PM EDT

    Generating traffic without spending a lot of money testing adwords can be a challenge to the budget. I`m trying this new service to generate website traffic to my site:

    http://hitsfrenzy.com/join.php?name=jgoldsmith

    It`s too soon to tell how well it works, but I`d like to know what others think, whether they`ve heard of it or other services you recommend.

    Thank you for your feedback.

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    • 2 posts
    September 22, 2006 1:16 AM EDT

    Thanks, Mike. I`m currently set up with a 365 day autoresponder with my 3 websites. Entry into the first of three affiliate businesses is only $10. The whole idea is to have the affiliate businesses fund marketing thus the term Funded Sponsoring Franchise System. That`s all great but it still boils down to hits. No hits - no business. I guess there`s a science to making this whole thing work.

    Thanks again

    FUNDED SPONSORING FRANCHISE SYSTEM
    http://jgoldsmith.payitforward4profits.com

    • 23 posts
    September 20, 2006 8:57 PM EDT

    Hi ,

          I want to make some extra bucks from adsense . i heard , for this , i dont even need website. i just have to start my blog with some google ads.Can anyone here , who can help me?

    • 23 posts
    September 21, 2006 9:36 AM EDT
    alrite , ok , how many ads i can put into my blog? i can write loads and loads of info and that all targetted , not junk , but good piece of information.say 10 , 000 words to start with ? so , how many ads can i place? i know clicks will be counted as for different ip adress and for one day , i guess , is there any limitation to geographical region? or clicks can be made by any person living in any part of world?
    • 23 posts
    September 22, 2006 1:59 AM EDT
    can anyone dupe this adsense system?dont take me wrong , but any way to confuse adsense ?
    • 14 posts
    September 21, 2006 5:52 AM EDT
    I`d say you have to draw in as much traffic as possible into your site. Statistically you`ll get only about 2% ( in most cases even less than that ) click-through rates, this means that out of 100 people who visit your site, only 2 will click on the ads ( this is statistics, and happens on most sites). However there`re many ways to increase that percentage, it depends on how strongly your content is related to your ads!


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    • 14 posts
    September 21, 2006 11:11 PM EDT
    you can place as many ads as you want in your website - no limitations.

    the more ads you have, the more annoying it becomes to the visitor! remember that!

    I don`t think there`s a limit in geographical region.

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    • 12 posts
    September 28, 2006 4:39 PM EDT

    hi..

    as a newbie..u shld grab this FREE google adwords course and get some tips..

    The Definitive Guide to Google AdWords:
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