Archive for the ‘Ad Revenue Driven Websites’ Category

Profitable Websites Are Hard Work…

Friday, March 21st, 2008

This may come as a news flash to some, but, if you’re looking to draw some sort of sustainable income from a website, it requires a lot of hard work. Hard work in terms of managing and updating the site and gathering the resources to sufficiently run it. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a [...]

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Mini Project – Guild Wars Damage Calculator

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Here’s a post detailing an ultra mini small project that I’ve taken on. About a year ago, I was heavily into Guild Wars. What I had done was that I created a damage calculator (php script) for internal use within a Guild I was playing with. It looked terrible, but got the job done. Click [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites Series Wrap-up

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Since my New Year’s resolution was to publish my experiences with creating websites with the sole purpose of generating revenue through ads and other streams, I figure it would be a good time to wrap-up the Ad Revenue Driven Websites series with additional comments in Cole’s notes form. Step 1 – Brainstorming Brainstorm your idea. [...]

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Project Case Study: Musterville

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007

I thought of a great idea for an addition to my section on Ad Revenue Driven Websites, I can talk about experiences with my own personal projects and why they worked and why they didn’t and really open up to readers on their comments on what I did right and what I didn’t. Idea The [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites – Step 5 – Execute

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

In this week’s installment of the Ad Revenue Driven Websites, we’re going to talk about the general execution of our website. Please note that I will be referencing a previous article where I discussed milestones. At first I was thinking of avoiding a simple “Now do your project!” article, but after some reflection, I, myself, [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites – Step 4 – Plan Your Execution

Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

In the last article of the series, I discussed steps to help you choose your idea for an ad revenue driven website. If you’re new to the series entirely, you can have a look at the entire section devoted to developing your ad revenue driven website. This week, we’re going to talk about planning the [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites – Step 3 – Choose Your Idea

Saturday, August 18th, 2007

In this week’s installment of Ad Revenue Driven Websites, we’ll be looking at selecting what idea to run with after you’ve Developed Your Ideas. The guidelines for selecting your idea are generally the same as the steps taken to develop your ideas. I will discuss some more general criteria for selecting your idea. Here are [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites – Step 2 – Develop Ideas

Monday, August 13th, 2007

In this week’s installment of Ad Revenue Driven Websites, we’ll be looking at what happens after Step 1: Brainstorming. By now, you should have a piece of paper (or .txt file) full of ideas. Not everything you written down is specific or well-thought out. This is the step where we do just that. You should [...]

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Ad Revenue Driven Websites – Step 1 – Brainstorming

Monday, August 6th, 2007

The Ad Revenue Driven Websites series will be a series of articles detailing the steps towards creating a website that’s being put up solely for the purpose of making money from ads (or affiliate programs). This series coincides with a project of mine of the same nature. I’ll try my best to make the info [...]

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