I suppose it is no news for anyone, websites can make money.
It is true. I can prove it.
Up to now, I had a whopping 32 cents with my Adsense (or Add Cents). 32 cents in 2 months.
I think I can start thinking about resigning and work 100% on my blog.
Making a good blog is like making a good show. If it is entertaining, with renewed exciting content, people will come back. But they have to know about your blog. They have to have an incentive to come to your blog. A short pitch with the right keywords grabs the attention. Pictures for lazy websurfers and quickstreaming video.
Obviously I am not addressing them right now, am I ?
I can see that the average time spent on my site is close to 2 minutes. I quite like that, because 2 minutes is quite a long time in our easily bored minds. I aim to provide value to the reader, and if you look at the chart just down there, you might be wondering: “Why, the hell, is he writing in english?”
That’s quite a fair question.
I have 76% to 88% of my audience who speak French.
And certainly less than 10% whose native language could be English.
But that would not be looking at the global picture.
If you look at the bigger picture, I could say French people like my website because it is written in English . I could say that I want to address an international audience and not to stick only to France, Canada, Maghreb…
Of course, my Engish is not perfect, but it will get better, and after all, I am really having fun writing this blog.
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Vinh, tous les continents sont représentés, il manque juste l’Antarctique…
Je developpe pour l’instant une stratégie d’attaque de ce continent niche.
Je pense que y a du market.
L’antarctique c’est un long tail aggregator???
Pas vraiment, l’avion est un long tail aggregator. L’antartique est une niche.