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Money For Content and Your Clicks For Free: Turning Web Sites, Blogs, and…

by JD Frazer

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Check out my review at http://backofthebook.ca/2009/11/09/what-would-jesus-do-if-he-were-on-a-website-a... . In brief, the book is based on the experience of the author as a successful web cartoonist. If you don't already have a popular site, this book may not be very useful. That said, if you're a fan of the User Friendly web comic, you might find it interesting to read about the business behind it.

Perhaps we should be grateful that it isn't really about how to make money quick on the web. That seems to involve creating those sites that are nothing but ads. The book gets three stars for what it's not, as well as for being an interesting backstage look at the business of User Friendly. ( )
  fyoder | Nov 10, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 047174753X, Paperback)

Want to make money from your creativity? Here's how

If you're a blogger or podcaster, an artist or musician, or someone who creates any other type of online content and dream of earning income from your creative efforts, you have endless options on the Internet. But to seize them, you must become part businessperson--a creative entrepreneur. If that thought intimidates you, you're not alone.

JD Frazer has been there, and he shares with you everything you must know about syndication, advertising, branding, merchandising, copyright protection, ethical considerations, how to attract consumers, and more. If you want to earn a living from what you create, here's what you need to do:
* Make wise decisions that protect your intellectual property and your interests
* Approach the subject of paying for content without alienating your audience
* Understand the realities of self-syndication
* Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of membership features on your Web site
* Learn how branding and merchandising apply to your art
* Be prepared for fame as well as anonymity, and the hazards of both
* Recognize the ethical balance that exists between creator and consumer
* Explore online resources that assist the creative entrepreneur

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