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Commercial Break (A phpAds Primer)

Wanna make some money from your Web site? The simplest way tostart is by opening it up to advertisers - and if you decide to go thatroute, you're going to need a capable banner management program to helpyou keep track of customers, banners and clicks. Lukily, we've got justthe thing - say hello to phpAds.

  1. Commercial Break (A phpAds Primer)
  2. Getting Started
  3. The Toy Store
  4. Different Strokes
  5. Room With A View()
  6. The Advanced Course
  7. Access Denied
  8. The Number Game
  9. Endgame
By: Harish Kamath, (c) Melonfire
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July 30, 2002

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So you've finally set up your Web site, plugged in some interesting content, and got yourself into the Google database. And, against all your expectations, the public actually likes your Web site. People are telling each other about it, and visiting it again and again. Slashdot decided to review it, and the results almost melted your ISP's network. And - wonder of wonders - people have started emailing you about advertising on your suddenly-popular Web site.

It doesn't take an Einstein to see that, somehow, you lucked out and hit on a good thing. Now, you need to start making some moolah. Those guys who wanted to advertise on your site? Drop them a line, tell them how much to pay, and ask them to send you their ads. And while you're waiting for the wire to hit, go and get yourself a copy of phpAds. Don't worry if you don't know what to do with it - I'll show you everything you need to know in the next couple of pages.

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