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Make Money Online with Zac Johnson

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By: Gregg Hawkins

Tue, 03 Jul 2007 15:55:33 +0000

I hope the best with his campaign towards diabetes!! I also checked what my future pagerank will be and it's predicted a (4.6) and would be rounded up to a PR 5. -Gregg

By: Dave Starr --- ROI G

Tue, 03 Jul 2007 02:59:08 +0000

I have no idea if the blog mentioned makes what thye claim it does, but I also would never doubt it. Hanging out in the "blogosphere" with the "link trains" and 'favor my blog" gimmicks and such is a great ay to waste time, but it does nothing to bring eyeballs attached to credit cards to a web site ... a blog is just a format for a web site, folks, it's nothing new. Millions of people have diseases like diabetes, diseases cost money to treat/control, and drug and medical supply companies have money to spend on adverting. Park Davis and other drug companies probably don't know what an RSS feed is an could care less. I'd love the idea of cases studies of real money making blogs/sites.

By: Increase WebSite Tra

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 11:50:26 +0000

so the money is in diabetes? interesting lol

By: Ken Savage

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 10:03:49 +0000

If only it was that easy. Although you didn't read the article. It wasn't about making money as much as blogging about something important to me.

By: Tim

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 10:01:43 +0000

Good luck with you site. No go make 10 more and make 400k year.

By: Vijay Kumar

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 07:48:15 +0000

Hi Zac, wow it is ppl like you who keeps us newbie motivated. Lets roll out the blog study. Vijay

By: Steve's Tech Bl

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 06:28:57 +0000

Ken: Congrats on your success If you can make money and stay at home, good for you. If it lower your stress level even better. It's better for your glucose anyway ;) Zac: Do you find iWebTool good? I'm supposed to go from 3 to 5(4.8)

By: Ken Savage

Mon, 02 Jul 2007 06:25:52 +0000

Zac, thanks alot for the words. Glad to see another person affirming that you can monetize something as low traffic as I get and not have 1000's of RSS subscribers. I think most of my traffic I get are people searching for specific products and when they dont see they can buy them on my blog they clicks ads and make me my change. Although I'm not writing for the clicks necessarily. My wife and I write these articles only after hours of reading and researching what we're writing. I have type2 diabetes and we're trying to learn as much as we can as I feel different symptoms. We've learned alot just by reading other great diabetes blogs. I decided to monetize my diabetes blog after I started receiving somewhere around 1000 page views a day. I threw up the ol adsense code on the sidebar and that's it. After a few weeks I made a custom channel and saw that I was receiving a few dozen clicks a day and making like $20/day. Figuring that the diabetes clicks were worth more than the plain ol blog and PSA ads on my personal site, I made them stick out a bit more and gave them their own custom channel. I've played around with a few different positions and sizes and seem to do best with the current one. Also I added TLA and AutionAds recently. With some increase in traffic from natural search engine listings, that pushed me over the $100/day a few months back. I'm glad we're doing it cause my wife stay home with our son and she's able to read and blog on a few sites of our's while being able to stay home and raise our son. Me? I still work a 9-5 but I'm hoping with this and our other sites I can push us over $300/day and I can stay home full-time and work our own sites. Not too far off now but it's a scarey jump. Maybe Zac has some advice for us when to leave a job and go at it on your own?