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Ok, I created my site. I want to see it with some ads in it. Anyone know where I can find an ad to put on my site, or willing to buy some space extra cheap/put up an ad on your site. Like, you make an offer at how much per month and up front using PayPal. You can see it Here. We are going to change the URL to anakra.com soon, hopefully, and I can keep you updated. I have it on Google, and am going to update it to match it's current name and stuff. I don't know how though, lol, can I have some help with that. Just got to change the description. Thanks.

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If it's a corporate website, why would you want ads on it? It wouldn't come across as a very professional company, if they need to place banners to keep up their site.

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Lol, money or advertisement. I need it to keep up the game. And I hope it gets better soon. Just either want a little money to buy some software or a little bit of sdvertisement to get people to see it and get my name more noticed. Do you know where I can find someone to do that with?

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Lol, That's ugly. And I can't put it into Flash, like I could a movie... But I try it.


There's also Project Wonderful (http://www.projectwonderful.com/). But, don't expect to earn a lot of money, until you have a lot of visitors.

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Lol, That's ugly. And I can't put it into Flash, like I could a movie... But I try it.
Minimalist text ads piss off users much less than Spank The Monkey or other Flash-filled junk.

Speaking of that, your entire site being in Flash (and, without meaning to be insulting, ugly Flash) is probably a good sign that you're going down the wrong path. I can't even view the entire Flash animation without scrolling--and you can't scroll when the mouse focus is on the Flash animation. There is a reason that most professional sites either have top-notch Flash (and an HTML fallback version) or stick with HTML and CSS: it's really hard to do Flash right, and if you can't do Flash right you shouldn't be doing it.

The writing could use some work too. It just doesn't look professional and, coupled with the hard-to-read font...well, let's just say you've got some things to take care of before you can really expect people to be visiting at all, let alone generating ad revenue. Ads aren't magical; you have to do have something people want to be looking at to generate hits.

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There's also Project Wonderful (http://www.projectwonderful.com/). But, don't expect to earn a lot of money, until you have a lot of visitors.
These guys are awesome. If not for a lack of a SOAP interface or equivalent I'd be using them a lot.

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My dad is buying me Expressions, and I'll actually have a graphics creation program other than default Flash. And it includes WPF, for creating games, which hopefully will solve my problem here with the bad site design (and I know it was bad), and my problem with creating 3D games. It looks so easy compared to OpenGL or DX10! Plus the fact that it comes with a what you see4 is what you get interface, I can probably do better with the site part, and using Blend partially so I can still have ads and use a program to interact with my site called Expressions Blend. And I can make awesome shiny buttons. I love shiny things = )

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