Location: A simple man leading a complicated life....
Little Known 'Boring' Websites That Make Incredible Money With AdSense
LOS ANGELES — Jerry Alonzy figured he'd be working into his 70s at least. As an independent handyman at the mercy of weather patterns near Hartford, Conn., he'd always made a decent income that rarely grew.
Then he found Google and his life changed. Alonzy, 57, now makes $120,000 a year from the ads Google places on his Natural Handyman website, and he couldn't be more thrilled.
"I put in two, maybe three hours a day on the site, and the checks pour in," he says. "What's not to like?"
In return for placing its ads on websites and blogs, Google pays Web publishers every time one of its ads are clicked.
Exactly. I'd be curious too. Traffic is one of the most difficult things to attain to any website. Go figure this one makes so much, but honestly AdSense is all about tricking people into thinking that the ad is actually a link for your website and if you have "smart" viewers then you won't do very well.
I think it's hit or miss. Some days on FuddyTV we make $10, some we make $100...it's so random. I wish there was a good formula to make it work consistently.
not saying that article is full of crap...your average joe cant start a site and live off it...driving traffic is sites is a full-time job for some...
During filming at a residence of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, rowdy residents disturbed filming by hanging USSR flags in the residence windows, reporting the shoot to the fire marshal, yelling distracting taunts at the actors, and even stealing Kurt Russell's chair.
I'd click on them if it meant I didn't have to listen to that stupid smiley's add... "SAY SOMETHING!" "What!?"
Seriously...it drives me nuts
I knooooooow. That one kills me every time. I love google ads cause they're not intrusive. I used to run a Warcraft/WoW site back in the day, we had google ads. We got lots of compliments about how well the ads worked into the design of the site.