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I've got 70+ domains. What's the lazy's way to make webpages and milky AdSense?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ricaum, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. ricaum

    ricaum Registered Member

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    I'm not a webdesigner, webmaster, but I bought those valuable domains (outside US).

    Now I want to milk'em.

    What do you recommend?
     
  2. webmastr

    webmastr BANNED BANNED

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    If they're good domains just park them using Google Adsense for Domains. That is the absolute laziest method
     
  3. lived66

    lived66 Regular Member

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    Where did you purchase your domain names?
    I'm looking around at other sources... been buying from 1and1. Thanks.
     
  4. fearos

    fearos Junior Member

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    I think there some adsense rich websites posted on the download section. Just upload them.
     
  5. dud1yboys

    dud1yboys Newbie

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    My first post total newb! But I have been reading for the last week for hours upon hours studying and finding ways to make some extra cash. I am a network engineer and have very little web knowledge.

    What would you suggest for someone like me to start bringing in some cash. I have a pretty good domain name. Should I look into creating a blog?
     
  6. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    1) enter terms like "css" "templates" "free" in google search.

    2) go to the sites and take a goodly number of designs (i.e. already created web sites) that appeal to you.

    3) remove the canned articles in the templates and replace them with your own.

    I've been thinking about unique vs duplicate web design use. On the one hand it seems obvious that one wants each site to have a unique design since they're supposed to be independent of each other. But then people of like interests can create a circle of interest where site design could be identical, although different class c hosting would still be preferable. Here one would have the "Elbonian Cultural Society" with a dozen different members having identical designs on their sites. But one would feature "Drop Twenty Pounds Overnight with the Ancient Elbonian Dog-Food Diet!" while another would feature "Traditional Elbonian Cuisine" and a third would cover the "Elbonian Stop on My World Food Tour Vacation."

    In any case, best of luck.