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allisonn110

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Ok folks, I don't know if this is the correct forum, but here's a go. About a year ago I set up a fish keeping website on tripod. It's just a basic website where I've been a "fish guru." I make money from the site from selling the items listed, but I'm wondering if there is some way to get money just for people visiting the site? I get around 600-700+ visitors a month to the site without even trying, if I started promoting it I'm sure I could get more. What options are there for making some extra cash that aren't scams or whatnot? Do I have any options? Thanks in advance for any suggestions from people more knowledgable about this than me!
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kenjiemicheal

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have you tried google adsense and other advertisement on your site? that is one of the passive income you may get without making any big change on your site. :)
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AdBrite has been pretty decent on a few of my websites. I think the key is to try multiple advertising networks on your website and see which pays-out the best.
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I would definitely recommend Google Adsense. You can apply for an account at: google.com/adsense I believe.
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