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Are MNS still profitable?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by ranjim, May 4, 2013.

  1. ranjim

    ranjim Regular Member

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    just got back from a long break in IM and wanted to start afresh and wondered if MNS are still profitable? i dont have the time to do them myself, though. so im gonna outsource the making of sites on services here in BHW also the seo part as well. im hoping on a passive income stream (from adsense) once they rank. is it still worth it?

    thanks for the help, guys! :)
     
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    pumama Junior Member

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    Yes.. very profitable :D... but i prefer amazon instead
     
  3. ranjim

    ranjim Regular Member

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    what number of sites would you have to have for it profitable, if you dont mind me asking. :)
     
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    I dont focus on quantity, I focus on quality instead... My first site with amazon made $112 in the first month :D
     
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    WPRipper Supreme Member

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    Do the search before posting. The answer to this question is on this forum.
     
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    Still is and probably would be for long.
     
  7. ranjim

    ranjim Regular Member

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    thanks for that input! will look into it.

    just wanted to ask other people's experiences running MNS now. sorry be of much a bother. but thanks.
     
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    monkid Power Member

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    Yes, of course. If you are using adsense, use high CPC. But I'm prefer using amazon. I have 10+ sites using amazon and they works well, never touched the websites again but still making money for me till now.
     
  10. ranjim

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    thanks! will be following the journey. and learn a lot as well


    thanks for the heads up! will be shifting to amazon, then. :)
     
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    If you are really clever you can double-up or triple-up the monetization, with a site that supports Adsense, Amazon or other physical product sale, and/or an info-product. You'd have to find a good intersecting lock to thread the needle (say, a TV set review site that also promotes a CB ebook on TV repair, and throw in high CPC keywords in the TV niche. You would also have to keep track of two or three sets of rules about ad or link placement to comply with each company.