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Advertising Site - October 4th, 2010

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An advertising site is a content laden site, whose revenue base is the dollar amount derived from banners, sponsorships, ads, and other advertising methods. The traffic the site draws is the measure of its value. Recognized rating firms measure its value and then advertising rates are based upon that value. Important note: Very few sites can be supported entirely through advertising dollars.


Two good advertising sites are Cnet.com and Howstuffworks.com. Both are wonderful content laden advertising websites that every reader should bookmark. You should especially read the Howstuffworks website’s explanation of how a web server works, which can be found at http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-server.htm.


Another great advertising site is Thekidzpage.com. Although this colorful site’s use of “pop-up” ads can be irritating, those ads allow this site to provide all of its great content for free. Children love to visit this site to play games and parents appreciate the more than 250 printable coloring books and learning activities.


But an advertising site needn’t be graphic intensive nor host a variety of pop-up ads to be successful. Cases in point are the low-tech websites HomePCnetwork.com and Hrmguide.co.uk. Although these text-driven sites don’t offer a lot of “bells and whistles,” they make up for their lack of “eye-appeal” by their informative, easy-to-use content.
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Re: Advertising Site - December 17th, 2015

If we are having any online business and want to attract more and more visitors to our website then we use advertisement site. They contain many categories where we can select our category and submit the URL of our website with its title and description. Some advertisement websites are free and some are paid.
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Re: Advertising Site - February 26th, 2016

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An advertising site is a content laden site, whose revenue base is the dollar amount derived from banners, sponsorships, ads, and other advertising methods. The traffic the site draws is the measure of its value. Recognized rating firms measure its value and then advertising rates are based upon that value. Important note: Very few sites can be supported entirely through advertising dollars.


Two good advertising sites are Cnet.com and Howstuffworks.com. Both are wonderful content laden advertising websites that every reader should bookmark. You should especially read the Howstuffworks website’s explanation of how a web server works, which can be found at Introduction to How Web Servers Work - How Web Servers Work | HowStuffWorks.


Another great advertising site is Thekidzpage.com. Although this colorful site’s use of “pop-up” ads can be irritating, those ads allow this site to provide all of its great content for free. Children love to visit this site to play games and parents appreciate the more than 250 printable coloring books and learning activities.


But an advertising site needn’t be graphic intensive nor host a variety of pop-up ads to be successful. Cases in point are the low-tech websites HomePCnetwork.com and Hrmguide.co.uk. Although these text-driven sites don’t offer a lot of “bells and whistles,” they make up for their lack of “eye-appeal” by their informative, easy-to-use content.
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