Some advertising networks will pay you per view, if that's what you mean.
i do not really quite understand why they pay for web hosting
but the content of their website do not contain anything profitable. like friendster.com. . . . they do not sell stuff & offer services. so whats the point that they made the site?
The point of the site is for people to publish their writings and earn money through AdSense for themselves and the company. They also allow you to sell items from Amazon and Ebay.
ow. .. .now i get it.
its just the adsense,
the sites just hope that someone will click on the ads, and advertizers are the ones making sales or services
so its like a system
It might not just be adsense. friendster seems like social networking site like facebook, orkut or myspace. If this is the case they will also sell ads on their sites to customers. facebook has its own ad network. Companies pay facebook money to post their ads.
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