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Why Not Ask for Donations?
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-08-19

    Table of Contents:
  • Why Not Ask for Donations?
  • Depending on the Kindness of Strangers
  • Creating Revenue Through Charity
  • Asking for Donations

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    Why Not Ask for Donations? - Creating Revenue Through Charity


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    Itís not at all uncommon for even well-visited and money-making sites to include a link which allows their traffic to contribute. Sites with a lot of content (and visitors) to boast can become a commanding and income-earning presence on the Web. Itís extremely simple for anyone to take advantage of revenue-creating advertising programs on their Web pages, which can turn content into cash when traffic clicks on ads within the site theyíre visiting.

    Creating revenue through charity, a donate button, is hardly different from creating revenue through popular pay-per-click programs. In fact, some sites do very little other than provide links for users to donate to various causes and charities (http://www.care2.com/click2donate/ is pictured above). Whatís wrong with supporting your own charitable cause -- your Web site?

    If traffic likes what they see on your pages, they may yet be compelled to donate out of appreciation. It costs you nothing but a little time and effort to add this easy-to-use link to your pages, but you could potentially gain another very user-friendly source of income to help support your site. Why not ask for donations to create some of the extra revenue you need to keep the site going! 

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