Netpreneurship 101 @ eTrafficTutor.com
Get the tools to do the work
It's called AdSense Tracker by Jonathan Leger.
This is a software tool that tracks your AdSense clicks for you. It will tell you which ads are being clicked, which pages, what day and time of day and even the IPs of the clickers.
AdSense Tracker has been invaluable to show me which pages are working and which ones aren't.
Every time I change an ad format I can see the effects the next day and decide whether the change was good or not. It even told me that my customers were not coming from the countries I thought they were coming from and I was able to adjust my Web pages accordingly.
As a bonus, Jonathan will include three other products that are in themselves extremely valuable.
His ebook "Triple your AdSense CTR" is full of tips and the "List of High Paying Keywords" is worth its weight in gold! And to top it all, he's now including a library of thousands of articles that you can use to increase the amount of content in your pages!
You can get it all from: the AdSense Gold website .
OK. That's it for the expenses (or investments) part. Now, all that's left to do is watch the money come rolling in!
You have to admit that it hasn't cost you a whole lot of money so far.
The entire setup was less than $100 and these optional tools that I'm referring you to will run less than $200.
Of course, the intellectual capital that you've invested has been a lot more considerable but that is part of the fun!
Conclusion I think that we've now covered the essentials of Netpreneurship. You are now
ready to start operating a small business on the Internet.
If this is your first website the process may have been going on for several weeks or months. The next one will be a lot faster.
But don't ever think you know everything there is to know about the subject! There are 100s more details to cover on SEO, site promotion, AdSense optimization, etc.
Don't be afraid to invest in a few good eBooks on the subject of Web marketing. And do subscribe to several of the newsletters. Yes, you are opening yourself up to the spammers when you sign-up for free information but it's a small price to pay.
To begin the next level of study, I would suggest you go to the SiteProNews website. They have excellent content for webmasters and a couple of newsletters that you can subscribe to. I recommend them highly.
Goodbye and Good Luck!