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Category Archives: Monetization
Cashmere Plus is a Drupal Ubercart store.
Jonathan Coulton becomes an internet rock star.
Here’s a site with some good landing page designers.. Some of the landing pages they’ve produced have been top converters.
Here’s an interesting video sales presentation with a guy standing on the left side of column of a real estate website.
Cozie Swimwear uses Joomla for its shopping cart with a nice web 2.0 type design.
Here’s a site which produces cheap banner ad’s for your online advertising.
Here’s some landing page tips from Wicked Fire:
Adam Gilchrist’s website has a nice pre-sell for the design company who did his website.
Stuffed Tracker is an alternate to Mint Stats.
A neat graph of a leads, conversions, sales funnel.
Set your Ubercart up with a grid view, with this grid view catalog module.
Web money making machine Chris Pirillo has a proven strategy for making money out of videos.
Powerful fundamental traffic generation and monetization strategy discussed at Master New Media.
The longtail of blogging appears to not hold much money. Certainly not in adsense, but small blogs that target specific niches selling products or services direct can be highly profitable for small businesses.
The suck thing about Wikipedia is that people plagiarized a whole bunch of content from other sites to write articles. There were backlinks as references but then Jimmy Wales added nofollow to all outbound links.
Wikipedia dominated search results and the reference articles that were plagiarized saw little benefit. Google now launched knol as a wikipedia beat down.
I guess this is karma for Jimmy Wales who is about to launch a commercial search engine off the back of his wikipedia site.
Workers are slacking more than ever before in terms of free loading internet usage at work. (research).
The only solution is start paying workers by results.
These are all commercials from corporations. Are these really the top 5 viral videos?