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question: monetizing a website: how?

Postby luxiana » Fri, 19 Oct 2007 2:43 am

hello,

I am looking for the average CPC and CPM price for online advertising (what is billed at agency level to the advertiser). ideally: singapore, australia, korea and china.

does anybody have an idea of where i can find that? I didnt get lucky browsing google for such information.

by the way: on top of monetizing the website itself you can monetize the newsletter. but what else can you do to monetize your database??

thanks!
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Postby dingsea » Sat, 20 Oct 2007 10:38 am

seems that advertising price is a secret for us - none of the websites would like to publish their price list to public user, almost of the websites (at least i saw) are just leave a email address to u to contact with, if u want put your ADs on the website.

BTW, do u want to make money from internet?

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Postby Superglide » Sat, 20 Oct 2007 3:48 pm

dingsea wrote:BTW, do u want to make money from internet?


Yup, I am printing my own notes via the web and my Lexmark.

Awesome, I tell you!
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Postby luxiana » Sun, 21 Oct 2007 4:54 am

Superglide wrote:
dingsea wrote:BTW, do u want to make money from internet?


Yup, I am printing my own notes via the web and my Lexmark.

Awesome, I tell you!



hahahaha. ;)



as per earning money thanks to the web: yes.
i am designing a website that I hope will be financed thanks to the advertising

just need to get hold of a software to help me in the planning as I am coding in dreamweaver directly... would need to create a manual for maintenance (with sitemap, functions created etcetc)

dont find word really user friendly for that...
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Postby dingsea » Sun, 21 Oct 2007 6:12 pm

hi luxiana, i have same idea.
i'm also interested with this way, actually i also would like to setup a website which will provide some finantial services to public user. if i'm not wrong u r working in bank right? may be i need your advise when i setup this site, these days i'm chosing the web application.

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Postby luxiana » Sun, 21 Oct 2007 11:07 pm

i was working in a bank.

as per financial advisory: it's a touchy topic.
in the UK you have to be registered with FSA for instance (equivalent here: Monetary Authority of Singapore).

remember that if you want to provide financial advice you need the right qualification. otherwise you are screwed if you clients decide to sue you...

now: I dont know what your idea is and my advice may be irrelevant depending on the idea.
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Postby dingsea » Mon, 22 Oct 2007 1:57 pm

I'm not a financial expert, may be my words is not correct, err, i mean a website about personal financial and this should be a platform for public user post their financial ideas, have PMed you about this.


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