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A Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Setup a Money Making Website

binder-bigLearn how to build a website and make money by monetizing and marketing it. This no-cost, step-by-step guide will show you from start to finish how to build a money making website.

From preparation, finding affiliate programs, getting a domain name and hosting, building your website, adding content and marketing your website, this guide will help you every step of the way.

At only 13 pages long, it provides simple and easy to understand instructions that you can put into practice immediately.

Experienced webmasters and marketers won’t find anything new here. Complete beginners who are looking to start their own website and start making money online will find this guide very useful.

There are two main components to building a website: A domain name and web hosting. This guide will explain the process of registering a domain name and getting web hosting. From there, you’ll learn about affiliate marketing and how to earn commissions promoting other people’s products and services.

The key ingredient to making a website profitable is building traffic to your website. This guide will explain some proven techniques to market your website and generate targeted traffic to your site.

Again, this guide is mainly to help complete beginners. So, if that’s you, I highly recommend you grab your FREE copy now. You’ll be well on your way to building a money making website within a week or less.

There is absolutely zero cost. You don’t even have to give up your e-mail address. Free meaning really free.

Download Now!

You can simply right-click on the link and choose “Save Target” to download directly to your computer.

If you read this post where I stated I’ll pay you $10 for signing up for a new website and hosting, that offer still stands if you build a website through my links in this guide. I’ll also be available to answer any questions you have about building and marketing your new website.

I’m in the business of helping people, and this one way I can do just that. Let me help you make money online starting today.

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40 Comments to “A Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Setup a Money Making Website”

Not to put you on the spot, hehe, but how does this differ from the, oh I dunno, THOUSANDS of freebies out there with the same premise? ;)
.-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..DEDC Updates – What the (Near) Future Holds for You and I! =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Dennis Edell,

Well, probably the fact that it doesn’t contain any hype. ;)

It’s just a simple guide that plainly walks you through the steps of creating a site (blog) and what you can do to monetize and market it.

What’s cool is that it goes through the benefits of having your own website and makes sure that people reading have clear expectations with the website in regards to making money with it.

It doesn’t promise anything as far as income… only that making money online is possible and overviews how to go about doing it using affiliate programs and properly marketing it.

I could probably go on, but you get the point. ;)

I’ll just add that I am a bit biased since my mentor group created the ebook. Nonetheless, I can firmly say it’s one of the best guides on how to start, monetize and market a website that’s easy to understand for newbies, which is who it’s really for.

Like I stated in the post, it provides the very basics for each step, but that’s what’s important for complete beginners.

Thanks for the question!

For the FTC folks, I’ll just say that it does contain affiliate links. :)

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Dennis EdellNo Gravatar
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@Alan Mater, Excellent response. ;)
.-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..$100 – 10 Winners – Comment Contest! ‘Till Months End… =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Dennis Edell, Thanks!

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Thanks, it is always good to have free ebooks to download, i will read it tonight!
.-= Sushie@ diet plan´s last blog ..To lose 4 to 6 pounds =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Sushie@ diet plan,

Looking forward to your comments on it. :)

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[...] absolutely no money out of your pocket. Of course, there will come a time when you’ll want to setup your own website/blog, but the cost is less than $100 a year. But, that’s not necessary in the beginning, although [...]

[...] A Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Setup a Money Making Website [...]

A very basic guide, as you mentioned Alan :) But, this will provide a good clean start to a newbie.
.-= money making secrets´s last blog ..Money Making Secrets From A 26 Year Old Millionaire updated Sun Apr 18 2010 5:16 am CDT =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@money making secrets, It sure will!

Thanks for dropping by and commenting. Hope to see you around more often.

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hey Alan, I know first hand that Affiliate Marketing is a viable and potentally very lucrative career. I think the main thing is that people need to stick with the idea…keep at it for a few months and Im sure most people will see an income…
.-= Alan @ Rocky Costume´s last blog ..Contact Us =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Alan @ Rocky Costume,

You’re right. A lot of people get frustrated early on and quit before they ever give it a chance.

Thanks for dropping by and hope to see you around more often.

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It is true that there are two main components to building a website: A domain name and web hostin. The guide even has some techniques which emphasie on how to bring traffice to ones websites. Good work

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@jen@forex robot, Glad you liked the guide and got something out of it!

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Will this book really give me some tips on earning money online? I would be grateful if this tips would really make me earn a lot of money doing business. I would really buy this book if someone gave me a info’s on what it contains.
.-= andy @ jordan II kicks´s last blog ..Nike Air Max 90 – Screened Carbon Fiber / Charcoal Toned =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@andy @ jordan II kicks,

It depends what you want to get into. What kind of products do you want to sell? As stated in the post, the book helps explain a lot about what the website is and what it can do for you, along with how to navigate and where to go to do stuff.

There are also general business tips and success stories from many successful entrepreneurs. It wouldn’t hurt to check out the website first to see if they provide what you’re looking for. If so, then the book will be an asset for sure.

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If more people read stuff like these, more people will not be lost in the internet. lol It’s not even that hard, possibly earning is incentive enough to start reading!!
.-= Mici @ Click On Portal´s last blog ..Time Blogging You Can’t Get Back =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Mici @ Click On Portal,

Reading is only half the battle. There are many people who get caught up in reading and wanting to know every little detail about everything. The problem with this is that they never take action on anything they read.

Putting into action what you know will get you to where you want to be.

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When you are just starting, like myself, I believe a bigger chunk should be reading what other people are doing to make it big. I don’t want to make a fast not so good blog and people won’t come back anymore when it leaves a bad taste. But this is an opinion, I haven’t been around long enough to say what actually works better. I guess it’s different for everyone.

But for me, if you are just starting, reading is a bigger chunk of the battle, lol You can write better content and also communicate better. I believe first impressions last and I don’t want to make a bad first impression. I think it would be harder to convince someone to come back to your site if he has been there before and didn’t like it.

I would like to just delay fame and fortune until I at least know 80% of what I am doing. There are a lot of aspects in starting a blog. Finding your niche, optimizing social media, forums, plug ins, SEO, etc… I do believe you learn a lot from failing, but I try my best to avoid it as much as I can.
.-= Mici @ Click On Portal´s last blog ..Time Blogging You Can’t Get Back =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Mici @ Click On Portal,

That’s a good approach.

The problem with the majority of people is that they’re so much afraid of failing that they never take action… ever. Pick a niche you’re interested, get the blog up and running, and then learn SEO, marketing, etc. As you learn, you can adapt your blog accordingly, or you can start another one with a more defined purpose, if that’s the case.

The key here is to “just do it.”

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Let me think of it first, since as of this moment, I still do not have lots of time to spend in designing and building a web site. But once I am ready, I’ll be using your guide, and that is for sure. Thanks in advance.. :-)

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Jasmine@ fullsize loftbed,

Design is a breeze if you use WordPress, which is the recommended option in the guide, and one I also recommend to everyone. Setup and design takes literally minutes.

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thanks for the ebook once agian, some great tips!

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@alexander john,

You bet, and thanks!

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[...] an internet business website is just the first step to a long road of making money online. Once your website is up and [...]

I skimmed through the ebook and I am impressed. It is nice to read one of these books that is actually realistic and sets reasonable expectations. Kudos on not promising riches on one hour a day.
.-= Joseph@Bed in a bag´s last blog ..Luxury Brown- Cream- and Black Floral Bed in a Bag =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Joseph@Bed in a bag,

Thanks for the kind words, Joseph. That’s one thing that I think sets this ebook apart from other “make money online” type ebooks. It doesn’t make empty promises and guarantee unrealistic results.

Glad to have you stop by and hope to see you around soon.

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Hi Alan,
That indeed is a high quality book. I especially appreciated the section on why people fail – a very sincere, realistic and helpful writeup on how to avoid some of the common reasons people fail.

I also liked the fact that “Action Steps” are incorporated into each section of the book. Another plus is the lack of fluff. There certainly is a lot of info packed into a short number of pages. And even though I am somewhat well versed in internet marketing, I picked up a couple of good ideas from the affiliate programs that you recommended. A couple of those I have never heard of before, but they look really good!

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Boston @ best spanish software,

Glad you liked it! Thanks for taking the time to go through it and provide your feedback. That’s greatly appreciated.

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Hey Alan!

I downloaded your book a while ago now and just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed reading it, I am not a newbie but I do always keep my eye out for great information that can help people learn affiliate marketing.

Any way, I just wanted to let you know there is a post on another very popular blog where people are talking about how they have been scammed by MLM plans etc. Stay at home parents are inquiring how to make extra income there so maybe you could enquire about a guest post there? The blog is called almightydad (its not mine or affiliated with me in any way). I think this would be a good opportunity for you.

Anyway take care and keep up the good work.
.-= daryl@Tefal Actifry´s last blog ..Tefal Actifry =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@daryl@Tefal Actifry,

Hey Daryl, I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts on the e-book. Glad you found it helpful. Also, thank you for pointing out that blog and the opportunity there. I’ll definitely look into it.

Thanks again, and hope you’ll stick around. :)

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Great guide, with a great step by step plan for getting started, but I think that there should be a bit more information on implementing the various traffic generation steps.

Plus, there should be at least some information on evaluating keywords for competition in addition to traffic.

All in all a great guide for beginners and I hope this will encourage some people to take some action and earn some money.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@michael@winning roulette system,

Thanks for the review. The information is geared towards beginners, which you don’t want to overload them with too much information at once.

Plus, any information that’s missing can be found right here on my blog, so all in all you can get everything you need to know. :)

Thanks again, Michael!

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Thank You very much for the post and for free copy, this is very important to me.
I must learn more from your blog
.-= Sarky´s last blog ..12 Simple Ways To Generate More Blog Traffic =-.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Sarky,

Great… hope you’ll stick around. Exciting things going on and coming up. :)

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I’ve just downloaded it, I’ll read it in the weekend. Thanks again for the guide.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Mon @ Recycled Toner Cartridges,

You bet!

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I like how short and to the point this guide is. Tells you everything you need to know and no more. I plan on putting this info to use very soon.

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Alan MaterNo Gravatar
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@Tom@forex robot,

That’s great to hear, Tom!

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It’s extremely rare to be able to set up a money-making website in a week. Maybe one that has the potential to make money, but shooting for profits in such a short time frame is a bit high to set beginner expectations in my book.

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