I have a
websiteand I plan to publish a growing number of
projects (blogs / newsletters / newspapers / photo albums) on a back-end system – something like:
http://website.com/projects/( selected project )
As all projects are of different nature and theme – some are aimed at an adult audience – I do not really want to
projects contain a lot of information. Maybe just a central logo or a few words explaining what this section is for if the site is intended – not what it contains.
My main plan is to direct people to projects via social media, forums, groups and offline media, once again emphasizing why I do not need it.
projects contain any content.
The problem is … I really intend to use
projects for a financial gain, and the best way is with something like
AdSense and other networks for adult-focused work. However, registering with them means that you need to list a domain as the root of your website content, which is problematic for the following reasons:
The root is a business site and nothing to do with my projects.
/projects/the page is empty as shown above.
If I recorded a brand new URL, there would always be a blank page as an index.
So, how can I register my site on these networks?
The same thing is happening for Amazon affiliates too!