Have you always wondered how blogs actually make money? No, it’s not just from sitting and writing.
There is a strategy for monetizing the work that comes from the writing. Let’s look at how to go about monetizing your blog:
Once you have built a blog that has a good number of followers, consider involving other companies and brands to make it mutually profitable by monetizing your blog.
Google will provide you with a code to copy and paste onto your website. You get paid any time someone clicks on your ads and/or makes a purchase.
A text link is a highlighted word you can click on in a web article to take you to another web page. There are many companies who are willing to pay for you to link from your website to theirs.
With a sponsored post, a company pays you to talk about their product or service on their website. I recommend only promoting companies you believe in and feel good about. Otherwise, you most likely won’t build trust with your readers.
By adding affiliate links to your website, companies or services will pay you to promote them by using pre-made ads and clickable banners provided by them. You will be paid for each completed transaction originating from your unique link.
With display ads, you get paid based on the number of times your ads are viewed. For that reason, these ads will work best for websites with a huge viewership.
My team and I are constantly searching for more ways to help others make money on the side. Our mission is to search for the most effective and reliable opportunities. Then, we take it one step further and show you how to make that part-time income replace your current job.
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