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Archive for May 2005

May 31st, 2005

Less Options Equal More Click II

A couple of weeks ago I brought up the idea that if I could decrease the clutter on my pages and only have one or two ads up on a page that I could increase my CTR for those pages. Ryan also noted that with this idea I should see an increase in the CPC […]

By Paul -- 12 comments

May 19th, 2005

Less Options Equal More Clicks?

I would bet that if you changed the format to allow the google ads to be placed ” in ” the content/articles, that your AdSense revenues would increase. The fact that they are located below the content allows the reader to look away as son as he/she finishes the article…
…For my taste, which I’m sure […]

By Paul -- 5 comments

May 18th, 2005

Thinking Big

Most people I have met wish to become successful in their lifetime. To each one, success has its own connotation. One person may just want to live comfortably, while another is looking for millions of dollars. I have always had big dreams because I know what I am capable of and I am sure many […]

By Paul -- 4 comments

May 17th, 2005

The Prelaunch Success Plan

There have been many times on this site and on others where the criteria for building a successful blog have been discussed, but I have never gone over what it takes to make a successful site/blog before it launches. I would advise myself to follow these guidelines since I get a bit overzealous with every […]

By Paul -- 8 comments

May 16th, 2005

9rules Business Model

While the positive comments continue to come in for the 9rules network one question seems to remain among the skeptics and that has to do with the business model. Weblogs, Inc and its clones have made a business of starting blogs up that post daily and are highly targeted. So far the majority of the […]

By Paul -- 6 comments

May 11th, 2005


Thanks Wayne.
Darren and Chris linked to me from their articles, but you failed to mention me, yet you acknowledge the other three bloggers who wrote about the topic based off of my entry. Goes to show that even if you start the original content it doesn’t mean you will always get credit for it. Makes […]

By Paul -- 6 comments

May 11th, 2005

What Type of Sites Do You Buy From?

Lots of content still to go up, but I am in the middle of my own design revolution (mentally) and need some help from the audience. The question that I need help with is what kind of sites do you buy from and what type of sites do you read? Are they well-designed? Quality content? […]

By Paul -- 8 comments

May 5th, 2005

The Easy Way To Content And Money - Part II

Looking at yesterday’s entry I can only imagine a couple of readers shaking their heads and thinking that I am completely wrong in my assertion that syndicate blogs will not pan out in the long term.

I can name a couple of people that run syndicate sites and seem to be making a good amount of […]

By Paul -- 9 comments

May 4th, 2005

The Easy Way To Content and Money

This has been bothering me a lot lately. I am starting to get the feeling that people who read sites like this one and ProBlogger and any other forums concerning making money online start to develop an idea that making money from ‘blogs’ (don’t want to use that anymore, I will explain later) is an […]

By Paul -- 8 comments

May 2nd, 2005

Content Site or Syndicate Site?

When you start a blog you are given three options with regards to which direction you wish to take your content.

Full content site with original articles
Syndicated site where you link to other site’s articles
A combination of both

What is best from a money perspective? Well the syndicated approach is definitely the easiest because you just go […]

By Paul -- 5 comments