That Was Fun, Let’s Do It Again

I had so much fun starting up Laptop Gamers that I decided to do it again, and start another technology based website. Digital Grabber is your source for all things digital. The site will cover digital cameras, MP3 players, audio/video, new technologies and digital lifestyle.

The site was launched last night and so far it’s been doing quite well. Traffic is at 242 page views so far. It’s noon right now so there’s still 12 hours left in the day. I expect the site to finish off with 500 page views on its first day, which is more than what Laptop Gamers did on its first day.

I’ll update the progress on the new sites as the days and weeks go by.

6 thoughts on “That Was Fun, Let’s Do It Again”

  1. Josh says:

    Hi John,
    I’m really curious how you got such a great kickstart on your new sites? I’m building Adsense-focused websites and am finding it is taking “a long time” (3 weeks so far! 😉 to start seeing any income at all.

    What do you recommend?


  2. John Chow says:

    For me, it’s very easy. I just get all the network sites to link to it and give it news plugs.

  3. John says:


    I’m amazed how you can launch such content rich sites that instantly make money. Do you manually search for your content and manually enter it or are you pulling RSS feeds or some other automated process?

    Congrats on the new site! I can’t wait to see how well it does for you.



  4. Lorenzo says:


    Were do you get all that content from so quickly? Do you hire authors to write content for you (e.g. james hill)?


  5. John Chow says:

    James Hill is an editor for The TechZone. Most of the content are created by TTZ editors. Some are a republishing of content that was originally posted on TTZ and updated. The TechZone covers a very wide range of technologies (hence the name). By putting some of the more niche articles into the niche sites, I am able to leverage older articles to create new traffic.

  6. Mark1 says:

    One of the best blog on the net , straight to the point and loads of info wich people would pay for.

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