Tuesday, February 05, 2008

5 Reasons Freelance Writing Websites & Blogs Don’t Make Money on Ads

Last month, for perhaps the first time since I started writing ebooks, I started to place ads to promote them – small ads on popular freelance writing sites.

On quite a few sites I ran across, I wanted to place an ad, but hated where the ads were placed, so I didn’t. I think a lot of website owners who are seeking to monetize their sites via ads are losing out.
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As a potential advertiser, here a few things that would make me advertise with you – and a few others that turned me off.

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Yuwanda Black, Publisher
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