Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
Could search google for " Affiliate's" and see whats out thier...
Hey, I remember reading somewhere in this iPage site about making money off of websites, they got into some good detail about making money. But I forget the exact location of where I read this, I know it's on this iPage site but I don't kno where!.
I hope it help..
I FOUND IT! the iPage site talks mainly about advertising, and making money that way.
There it is..
I make $300 on average per month from my site.... it's simple and easy that a baby can do it and it's just a basic aff program... anyone can join here:.
Its the best aff program ever..
USA/Globe: Commission Junction.
Before you place banners you need at least 1000 users a day to make it worth your time..
I make about 60/$100 a month and covers the iPage hosting and social events bill on my site.
I wont make a living from it cos I get 3200 users a day average on it. Follow my code of no pop ups and 1 banner a page max and this wont piss of your users off or degrade your website...
That's actually a myth. You can make a lot of money from a iPage site that gets 100 visitors a day. I made around $300 a month from a iPage site that got 200 uniques a day, it all depends on the content of the site. For example, a web iPage hosting directory will easily make $500 - $1,000 a month of 200-300 visits a day, it's simply much harder to get that kind of traffic on that type of site. While a iPage site about celebrities will require 10,000 - 15,000 visits a day to make that kind of money..
Yeah fair enough, I should of thought about it more...
My iPage site gets between 100-200 visitors a day. Content is Games/Autographs. I can't find a good program that will accept me! What affiliates do you use, Paul?..
My iPage site is in a completely different category than yours so what I use doesn't really matter. I took a quick look over your iPage site and it's extremely specific, which is very good, especially if you get 200 or so visits a day. My advice would be to find a iPage site that sells autographs and partner up with them. Also, your iPage site design was a little hard to navigate, post in the web iPage site review section and I'm sure you can get some tips on how to improve it..
Ok...what do you mean partner up with another autograph site? I can't even get accepted into Google's AdSense program. I guess it might have something to do with navigation...