Webmaster's pinkcamp

    Together, we are looking for ways to make money on our sites and quickly create new ones.

    iCamp 2008 has without a doubt already become the brightest and long-awaited Internet event of the outgoing summer. In Ethnomir, a huge gathering will take place, having a very different relation to the Internet. Many of those present already have colossal experience in developing and launching a wide variety of projects.

    However, I think each of us was faced with situations:
    • you need to start a new website, spending a minimum of energy and resources;
    • there is any project that was made once in a fit of enthusiasm and / or interest in a certain field, but which did not receive a development business - it’s a pity to close, but I don’t want to continue supporting it without getting any return.
    • there is a blog or website visited and interesting, but somehow it doesn’t work to get financial returns, or hands don’t reach to do this, skills and abilities.
    Of course, you can spend a lot of time digging up manuals, articles and reviews to collect and analyze information, but, in my opinion, it will be much more effective to meet in a cool yurt and share experience with each other about who and how to solve the problems stated above.

    If we move to a drier and more official language:

    The idea of ​​the section:
    To give interested parties information on how quickly and easily they can post information that is interesting to them and not only to them on the network. At the same time, not only moral, but also financial satisfaction is obtained from this laying out.

    Topics to be covered during this session:
    • how to create a site that meets the average requirements with the least expenditure of time and resources.
    • what methods of generating income from an existing site / blog / project exist, information about them.
    Section format:
    Several formats will be used within the section:
    • "Reports" from vendors of certain decisions, an estimated audience of 50-100 people. Duration from 30 to 60 minutes.
    • "Round tables for the exchange of experience." Estimated audience of 20-30 people. Duration from 20 to 40 minutes.
    • Mini reports. Estimated audience of 20-30 people. Duration from 20 to 40 minutes.
    I will supervise the Webmaster's PinkCamp section , I ( kdk ), I will be glad to discuss any questions and suggestions for participating in the section.

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