The more effort you put in, the less you get. The only path to great wealth is that of least resistance.
I recommend using software to write articles. That is how I do mine: I just type in random words and let the software transform that input into a web page (I think that is what they call it). So far, I have made about a bazillion dollars with very little work.
However, it may be better to do nothing at all. Who knows what wealth could be attained by sitting perfectly still and not thinking at all?
Interestingly, there is an electronic device that can help you sit still. It is called "television" and you can buy a big one using my Amazon link.
If you set it to the Fox station, it can also help with the "not thinking" part.
That is fair, but I don't know how to put anything on my site. You see, I inherited that from my great grandfather, an early web pioneer who began writing about Unix and Linux in the Roaring Twenties.
Nobody else had computers then, so people thought he was crazy and he actually died from disappointment that no one was reading his stuff. He had left it to my father, but he didn't add anything to it, and there was no Adsense then, so he gave it to me when he died.
I lucked out when Adsense came along - that crazy old geezer's ravings started making money!
But I don't know how it works. I cannot add anything.
You cannot weasel out of our contract that easily! It will surely take only a small bit of work to figure it out - I will again increase your percentage all the way to 28% in a fair exchange. But that's all! No more! You must carry out your end to make my own bazillion $$.
I will cheer you on from my bed, during the commercials.
If only I knew something about web pages! But alas, as many here will tell you, I am only a foolish clown.
My ignorance ties my hands more firmly than any rope. Take our idea to someone with a working brain - give them your princely offer, as I renounce any interest or claim. The mattress/TV invention is all yours now.
I will stay here and wallow in my misery and self pity.
Aha! That's what I needed to hear, as long as the "TV" refers to that "television" thing that pcunix was talking about. Goodbye hubs, goodbye HP - you will find me in bed now (except for a weekly golf or fishing outing).