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What to put on a makemoneyonline site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Panique, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    I've bought a makemoneyonline.com site but really don't know what to put on.. Either a blog with much make money online content or a directory with all kind of information, goodies etc

    Please suggest me with nice idea's, really want to tune this site into a cashcow, much appreciated!
     
  2. wmitchell003

    wmitchell003 Regular Member

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    Surveys
    sites like surveyspot, thenetpanel, surveyprincess, and of course nielsen ratings are all good to promote. Pay a couple bucks and get some original reviews of these programs and put it on your site. Its an old overdone method but it still works. Try ironoffers, and cpastorm for the affiliate programs.
     
  3. seodeveloping

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    GPT site might do pretty well... or a tiered membership style blog...
     
  4. justAIMe

    justAIMe Junior Member

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    If you made a make money online site don't you think you should know how to make money online first? Just sayin!:)
     
  5. Sanitarium

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    I guess making love to your eyes since you're read
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    Close your eyes, and dream big like all the other money making sites - tell some lies to capture readers, and then give away some free stuff to feel good about telling those lies.

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