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Frequent Excuses

If you don't have a web site for your school, club, church group or small business, within the next few years you will.

So make one now and network with similar groups. You link them they link you.
I don't have anything to sell. How can I make money on the Internet?
Lease some ad space and let us give you a link.
I have a site but I only have a few visitors per day.
Join one of the programs on this page and we will give you a link. Promote your site
My school club has a web site. We are selling candy for a field trip Can we sell ad space also?
Less calories and the lawyers won't be able to sue you for causing tooth decay.
I hate banner ads. They are obtrusive and distracting.

Without Internet advertising your monthly ISP fees would be much higher and web sites would not be free. So go with it.

It's too late.
If you compared the Internet to a person, it would be like a baby that is just learning to crawl. Think where it will be next year.
Isn't it hard to do?
You need some knowledge of html and how to copy n paste.
Is it legal?
So legal you will have to pay income taxes.
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You can let your web site earn cash for you, your school fund raiser. or club, through advertising.

This is a great way to make money for your site.You don't have to sell anything, you simply have to know a little HTML and attract visitors to your site. Tell me more......

You give a portion of your page (s) to these third party providers for an add like this one. If a visitor clicks on the ad, you get paid.


Marketing a site and earning revenue.

Once you have a site your job is to attract visitors. If they click on an ad form the programs below, you earn money. This is called Pay for Click.

Third party service provider Pay for Click programs can track and report on all affiliate transactions. There is no cost to join these programs. Working with these programs ensures that an independent third party is tracking your performance, providing you valuable online reporting and issuing your commission checks. You can use these systems at any time to monitor your success .

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When we are notified of your registration, we will review and approve your site. (No Adult Content) We will work with you to make sure you maximize the potential of the affiliation - you don't have to do it alone.

We will provide a link to your site to attract our visitors to pay you a visit. We want this program to be as mutually beneficial as possible!

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