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Review: Ottawa group teaches website monetization methods

Ottawa - There are many companies on the internet which make promises to help you generate extra revenue for your website. An Ottawa organization seeks to share insights on website monetization methods.
Are you from the Ottawa-Gatineau area, and you also currently own a website that you are exploring ways to “monetize“? Now, there is a new group in Ottawa which seeks to help webmasters with that issue. This group is called Ottawa Internet Marketing and Business Social Network.
“Website monetization is the process of converting existing traffic being sent to a particular website into revenue,” documents Wikipedia.
Website monetization strategies strategies include Pay per click (PPC) and Cost per impression (CPI/CPM) advertising. However, there are also diverse other website monetization strategies which we plan to discuss.
There are tons of companies on the internet which offer many ways to enable you to earn extra income from your website. But, many of these companies are scams. Join Ottawa Internet Marketing and Business Social Network for an informative Q & A get together. Learn what scams to avoid, and learn which companies offer reliable income earning opportunities.
You can RSVP to join the Ottawa Internet Marketing and Business Social Network for their upcoming event at 3 PM on Sunday, 13 May 2012. This casual but informative event is to be held in the Market. There is more information on how to RSVP for this event here. This group also reportedly invites enquiries from across Canada and abroad.
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