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Offline Nick

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New Revenue-Sharing Content Site
« on: February 16, 2008, 04:49:26 AM »
I've just added a post about Qassia to my blog. This is a new revenue-sharing content site and web directory that I have joined recently. Actually, I say revenue-sharing, but in fact they give you 100% of any AdSense advertising revenue you generate on the site. If you're an article writer in particular, it's worth checking out.

http://www.mywritingblog.com/writer/2008/02/qassia-new-revenue-sharing-website.html

Nick  :)

P.S. As with all content sites, you're unlikely to make a fortune from the advertising revenue alone. However, Qassia could be of particular interest if you have a blog or website and want to attract more visitors and boost its search engine ranking. See my blog post for more details.
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Re: New Revenue-Sharing Content Site
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2008, 08:00:52 AM »
This sounds really good Nick, but first I need a website! Anyone on here able to help me out with this??
BTW, I'm a bit of a computer pleb so be gentle please! x

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Re: New Revenue-Sharing Content Site
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2008, 10:47:54 AM »
Hi Jo

Nowadays there are lots of free and low-cost services that aim to make building a website as easy as possible.

If you want a free blog, probably the easiest thing to do is go to www.blogger.com and follow their step-by-step instructions. You can be up and running in 20 minutes (probably less), with no knowledge of HTML required!

Another possibility - again free - would be to set up a 'lens' at Squidoo. Squidoo lets you build up your lens block by block, again with no programming knowledge needed. A growing number of writers now use Squidoo lenses as their homepages. Here's the URL of my blog post about Squidoo last year:

http://www.mywritingblog.com/writer/2007/05/do-you-squidoo.html

Finally, you could try the new Google Page Creator. I don't know much about this, but again it's free and might suit you if you don't want to go for the blog format:

http://pages.google.com/

Hope this helps a bit anyway.

Good luck!

Nick  :)
Check out my writing blog at www.entrepreneurwriter.net. I also have a new UK personal finance blog called Pounds and Sense.