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Generate Passive Income with Your Music Studio Website
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Do you have a music studio website? Did you know that you could be generating passive income with the traffic that you already have by adding Google AdSense ads to your web pages? It's easy to apply and you could be making extra money lickity split.

What is AdSense?
AdSense is an ad serving application run by Google Inc. which enables website owners to generate passive income by placing ads on the pages of their website. Google automatically selects the perfect ads to show your visitors based on your content, and you generate an income when your visitors click on the ads.

How Do I Apply for AdSense?
Applying for AdSense is easy and it only takes a few minutes. Simply visit the Google AdSense home page and follow their lead.

If you have a music studio website or blog that allows visitors to navigate easily, and your content abides by the terms and conditions of the AdSense program, you'll most likely be approved.

What If I Don't Have a Website Yet?
If you don't have a music studio website yet, the following outline will get you pointed in the right direction.

1) Your Business Plan
You'll want to begin by creating a business plan. A good business plan will identify:

  • Who will find your website useful
  • How it will meet their needs
  • How you will get people to visit your website
  • How your start-up costs will best be spent

2) Your Domain Name
The next step is to figure out what your domain name will be. As soon as you do, you can register it with GoDaddy.com. If you want to keep things simple, you can host your website with GoDaddy.com too.

3) Your Website (Blog)
Next, you'll need to decide if you would prefer to begin with a blog or a regular website. Blogs can be started very inexpensively, and will provide you with the easiest introduction to website/blog management. If you are feeling a little braver, you could launch a website. A free website template could be just what you need to keep costs down, and provide you with a little more freedom to structure things the way you would like visitors to navigate through your website. You choose the basic look, and then ask a website designer to add a few custom features to make it a little more you. A template website will typically cost only a few hundred dollars to set up. If you love doing things in a big and flashy way, a custom designed website is the one for you. Consulting with a web designer will help you decide just how much "big and flashy" you can afford.

4) Content and Traffic
After you have launched your website, you'll have three ongoing goals: 1) Adding new stuff; 2) Telling the world you're out there; 3) Positioning and repositioning your AdSense ads until you find the most profitable place for them on your new website.


Interested? Visit StoreHouseBuilder.com for more information about building the kind of passive income stream that can not only put a little extra spending money in your pocket, but transform your financial future as well.





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