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Advertisements on Your Website

I know some folks don’t like the idea of putting advertisements on your website but really I have different take on that. Watch the video below and find out why…



So really there is nothing wrong putting advertisements on your website because that is additional cash flow for your business.

I don’t know if you notice but many successful businesses they have multiple streams of income coming in every direction (diversification) that way when one of your business fails you still have a few that are lineup.

Well I hope this helps you and I hope that you put what you’ve learned into action so you, too, can get more customers. Also please, please spread the word and share these ideas with someone who needs more customers.

BTW: If you need a powerful and effective website design for your business or any graphics you might need please give me a CALL at 702-430-1649. Let me know what you think guys, please comment below and please don’t be shy 🙂 Take care and love you guys.


Till Next Time and God Bless You!

Albert Hallado



2 Responses to Advertisements on Your Website

  • Marianne says:

    I totally agree. It offers a nice and steady passive income that really requires no effort on your part. I think people are pretty conditioned to see advertising, after all advertising makes the world go round!

  • Ron says:

    Hi Albert,
    Nice article/video. Overall you’re right. However, when it comes to websites that sell a specific service or product(s) it’s a different story. You mention in your video that if you want to make your website exclusive (no ads) because you’re making money off a product/service, there’s nothing wrong with that. However, you don’t mention that it’s usually not a good idea to put ads on these types of websites. For example, you have ads on your blog (this site), but on your website design services website you don’t have any ads. This is so that you don’t distract from the end result: getting new clients for your business. If they click an ad they’re gone and may not return. This will actually most likely hurt your business rather than help it. This is the same reason why websites like Ford Motor Company or The Gap don’t have ads on their websites. I would recommend adding a paragraph about this in your article so that this is made clear.
    Best,
    Ron

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