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Where do you get banners that pay you for having there banners on your site and how do you make banners for your site an turn them into html?
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Try these sites to get a banner that gives you about $0.05 per click:
www.banner-net.com
www.netradio.com
www.valueclick.com

To create your own banner use Adobe PhotoShop from www.adobe.com
They allow you to download a trial version of 4.0
Then insert it with this: <IMG SRC="banner.gif">

To get real nice banners, you must teach yourself PhotoShop.
Try this one: www.andyart.com/photoshop
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Do you know any sites that pay more than .5 cents cause I am looking to make like a real profit and here  is my page http://www.angelfire.com/mo/ScratchnSniff/index.html please go and look at it to see!
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ValueClick seems to be the best. They give you at least 6 cents...
If you have _many_ visitors and your banner will be clicked more than 500 times / day you should definitely use ValueClick. You will then recieve 12 cents per click.

It seems to be standard to offer 5 cents. I haven't seen anyone (excepts ValueClick) giving you more.

BTW, nice home page!
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