Why/who is it for:
The way to raise money, while still keeping the needed volunteer quantity down, I decided it'd be best to sell I.T. jokes on Teespring (teespring.com--a store that makes it easy and free to slap designs on clothes and mugs and make money).
I used Inkscape (Linux free stuff, woo hoo!) to draw about 4-5 designs, and uploaded about 3 of them. I didn't really care about the pricing, so I went with the default pricing model they suggest. I also created a YouTube video for an advertisement and paid Google about $1/day for $0.02/view (a view is when someone doesn't skip the ad and sits through it for 30 seconds or more) (I only pay for views, I don't pay for clicks or ads skipped before 30 seconds).
So I'm kinda having issues with people doing what I want after they watch the ad for =< 30 seconds; I only have gotten 2-3 singular clicks on the ads, so I'm having issues with the marketing/presentation, I'm not sure. A few parts could be going wrong--the video, Google Adwords campaign settings, the website (but only 2-3 people have seen it), the pricing (again, only 2-3 have seen), joke quality, etc..
I was wondering if anyone could help me out with the video, because I think that might be the culprit. I'm hoping I can share the video on this forum after I get permission.
Note for staff: may I include links to my videos and website? Pretty sure you want to see it first, so P.M. please so we can talk.