6 thoughts on “Ads are the Walmart of Online Offers (it’s a good thing)”

  1. Hi Jon, I recently started my own site and Fat Stacks has been a great resource. I appreciate your insight that success with a blog or niche site comes down to one thing: lots of great content. That means it’s attainable, and that’s great motivation to endure the late nights and hard work. Thanks!

    I’m curious at what traffic or revenue level it’s worth the cost to go from a free website template to something customized. What kind of bump will this give to user interaction and ad or affiliate revenue?

    1. Hey there, I recommend something in between and that is a premium theme. I like GeneratePress, MyThemeShop, StudioPress and Bimber.

  2. Hi there Jon,

    Been following your blog and youtube channel since I begin my ads monetization strategy. I really appreciate your straightforward, easy to understand style and willingness to help us beginner in getting into this business. I’m a web developer working on WP platform and would be willing to help you back in any technical issue if I can. Do drop me a mail.

    I’m currently working on a site which utilize your rank and crank strategy. I’ve been putting my head down for 2-3 months and manage to publish 130 worth of articles. The site is getting roughly 300 visitors since the beginning. However I realize that my competitors has tonnes of backlink (tens of thousands), with majority of them being spammy.

    Do you think how long should I focus on content creation before I start focusing on link building?

    1. Hey Andy, thanks for the offer for help with tech issues. Super nice of you.

      I don’t build links. I focus on targeting low competition keywords in the hopes I rank without building links and/or attract natural links. That’s it.

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