You may have noticed the lack of activity on InterNoetics lately. As many of you would be aware, we generate new websites weekly. This technique forms the basis of our profitability (by spreading risk) but also enables us to easily identify what works so we know where to focus our efforts.
One of our more recent blogs is GoogleNetics.com. Google blog posts always seem to generate lots of interest so – rather than contaminate this website with lots of Google information – we’ve created a standalone site where we can vent ourselves on very specific Google content.
The blog boasts a very generic theme and incredibly bland and boring front page until we work out exactly what we want to do with the site. As with all of our start-ups, it’s not monetised in any way (as a general rule we won’t even render Google ads until we have at least 5000 page-views a day). We’ll likely style the website in a couple of months when we’ve had time to determine the direction the site has taken us. Googlenetics represents the first of a number of tech-related satellite websites with very specific content that we’ll be starting over the next few months. Ignore the unappealing cosmetics until we’re established!
We have two Twitter accounts attached to the blog. The first, @GoogleNetics, is our primary account. The second, @Plus_News, was an account we set up so we could share interesting information relating to the emerging Google Plus platform.
To start the site off, we’ve populated it with a few back-dated Google posts that were previously posted here.
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