Saturday, August 18, 2007

Surprise, surprise

That was quite a surprise to me, when I realized, that even this site has a few visitors. It was created as a pilot project, so that's quite unusual.

Thank you for your time.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I'm back

I stopped posting quite a long time ago, but I'm back. You wouldn't expect that, or would you? 

Friday, June 8, 2007

No ideas

Ideas needed. In the next few posts we'll be discussing about many things, but about what? I don't know. It's your turn; you decide.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

When does it end?

More or less, that's all. These were the basics. I hope that they will help you at least a little bit. Now, I can only encourge you to make your own website and to earn a dollar or two.

Greetings :-)

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Affiltiate Programs

There are various ways to make money with your websites, but one of the simplest are affiltiate programs like Google Adsense. Google provides you with javascript elements which you only have to paste to your websites. After that you only have to wait for visitors.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Making money

The first thing you have to do if you want to make money with your website or blog is to get traffic. How to get traffic? That's a very simple and very complicated question at the same time.You should tell all your friends about your site. They are probbably the first visitors which will regularly see your site. After that, you should add your website to various search engines. Try Google's add url function, and the open directory project.

Saturday, May 5, 2007


To create a more unique or an dynamic site, you need to know something about html. All sites on the internet are written in html (Hyper Text Markup Language). All sites consist of html elements: title, head and body.

Your site's title is placed in the title element.
The title element, and other server related information is placed in the head element.
Content: text and pictures are placed in the body element

You can create a site in html in any text editor like notepad, Word, etc. , but my recommendation wuld be Dreamweaver.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Uploading your site to a server

When you have created your site, only one step is left to publish it. You need to find a hosting service. You can pay for a domain, or use a domain to publish your site. Simply use a search engine, and search for web hosting or free web hosting solutions. After you have found your host, simply follow his instructions.

The final step is to upload your site to a server with a FTP client like Core Ftp lite (this software is for free). That's it, your site is now on the web. Congratulations! ;-)

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

How to build a website in Word?

In this post we will figure out how to build your first website (newbie style). The simplest way is to open Microsoft Office, and create a document as you like. You can use pictures, tables and create links  as you desire. When you are satisfied with your work, choose File>Save As, and then in the typ field choose website, or simply type in the name of your document, and instead the .doc extension write .html . That's it; now you have a website. You can open your site in Internet Explorer, Opera, or Firefox.

All in all, you can turn any text document into a website (html) only by replacing the .doc with the .html extension.

Monday, April 30, 2007

Way to your first website

There are many ways to get a website. The first step is to determine what you want. You can choose between a profesionally designed website, a simple website builder program, or if you are willing to spend enough time and effort a professional „selfmade“ website.

If you want a professional website, you should contact a webdesigner, or a webdesign studio. Those websites are very functional and estetic, but you have to invest a certain amount of money to buy one. You can pay for them monthly, or the first time when they're placed on the internet. Such websites are perfect for companies, or individuals which want to improve their reputation on the web.

The other option are selfmade websites. For this typ of websites you can use free internet services like Blogger, or Google Page Creator, etc. Such websites are perfect for sharing your thoughts, or interdoucing yourself to your friends.

In the case that you have time, I would recommand you to invest some time and effeort; and learn using Dreamweaver or Nvu. Dreamweaver is the leading web-development application. Nvu is a liite bit „weaker“, but it's free. If you learn how ou use Dreamweaver you can create websites for your friends, and with a little bit luck, after a few months you sholud be able to create professionall websites.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

A blog that I would read

It's time to to improve this blog to a blog that I would personnaly find worth to read. Because of that, in the next few posts, we'll be discussing themes like making money with ads on websites and site performance in various searchengines.

Friday, April 27, 2007


The page rank hasn't been improved yet; the page hasn't even been crawled, but I'm still optimistic. With a few links to this page more, and a little bit luck, shuld this page get a better rank....hopefully.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Link created

Hello my friend. I don't know your name, so I'll publish your URL
(; thank you for the links to my blog. I hope that I could help you the same way as you helped me.


If somebody else also needs a link to his page, I'd be happy to help him.

Monday, April 9, 2007

Ideas, ideas, ideas...

Let us try something new. I'm pretty sure, that there are more people trying to improve their page rank. Here comes the idea: If you wish, you can post your URL to this blog, and I'll create a link to your page then. The only thing that I want from you is to set back a link to my blog. That's a pretty nice idea, don't you think so?

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Project Consequence

Welcome to Project Consequence. As the name itselfe says, this blog is a consequence of numeros page designs which werent high ranked by various search engines.I hope I'll have more luck with this blog. :-)

All in all, what ever I search, I hope I'll find it here and what ever you search, I hope you'll find it here. Best wishes, Jack.