i guess what i'm asking is how basic market principals work. say i have distributed 200 shares. my website generates $100 in one cycle (100 is a nice round number) i want to share $33 dollars to my share holders (33%) so, 200 / 33 = about 6 dollars. how do i increase the value of the shares by 6$ a piece? or am i going about this the wrong way. should i provide dividends instead? if so, how do i adjust the dividend to match the profit sharing percentage (33% of $150, or $200 depending on how much i make in a cycle)
Firstly, your math is wrong. $33 split amongst 200 shares is $0.165 per share.
Secondly, you don't determine what the value of your shares is, the market does. Once someone has already purchased shares from you, your options are dividends or offering to buy them back at a higher price.
Third, paying dividends at GLBSE is as easy as entering in the amount to be distributed to shareholders and clicking the "Pay" button from your asset control panel.