Ok this is the last thread I'm going to make on here today, spending WAY too much time here!
Anyway I just wanted to show how many sites make very, very good money just selling ad space on their sites and forums.
A popular Disney forum sells just the little signature box in your forum account for $250 to $1,000 per month. They have thousands of members.
A small 160X300 size sidebar banner on their site goes for $675 per month, 3 months upfront.
This is just a little sample of what you can charge on a popular site. I made an article once showing how Perez Hilton makes over $100,000 a month on ads on his crappy blog!
I'm testing advertisespace and performancing ads on few blogs. These networks/merchants care about alexa traffic ranks, so not sure how much money these ad blocks are going to fetch.
I sell a few ads on my sites but not many. Websites that have a local slant are easier to sell ads on.
For instance I have a new Orlando area pet site and I'm already asked about what I charge for ads.
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