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7 Ways on How to Make Money Blogging

7 Ways on How to Make Money Blogging
How to make money blogging 1. Pay Per Click What is PPC? PPC stands for pay–per–click, a model of internet marketing in which advertisers pay a fee each time one of their ads is clicked. Essentially, it’s a way of buying visits to your site, rather than attempting to “earn” those visits organically. Search engine advertising is one of the most popular forms ofPPC. The basic idea of pay per click (PPC) is putting banners or text ads somewhere in your blog, and when a visitor clicks on these ads, you get a commission. That commission is based from the price of keywords that the advertisers are bidding for. For better understanding, let’s take Google AdSense for example. Google is allowing independent publishers(bloggers like you) to apply their website for Google AdSense so they could have a chance to create a source of income out of their blog. Once approved, you’ll be given access to their dashboard where you can generate codes you can embed in your website to display ads, and when your visitors click on that ad, you earn commissions. Surely, there were other alternative ppc ad network manager out there like Chitika, Infolinks, VigLink etc. However, in my opinion, Google AdSense so far is the best pay per click ads manager that you can apply with since some bloggers here and there are saying that it is the best existing ad network out there to monetize any website (as long as they comply with Google AdSense Program Policy or adhere to Webmaster Quality Guidelines). PPC with Google AdWords + Facebook Advertising + YouTube Ads 2. Private Advertising What is private advertising? Private advertising is allowing independent companies or other bloggers to buy an ad space on your website. The price is fixed, completely negotiable and payment is usually per month. However, before engaging your website to this type of advertisement, make sure that your blog receives a decent amount of traffic. Those traffic should also be your genuine followers. When I say genuine followers, those who might have followed you and your blog posts from time to time, those in your list, and the visitors you receive from organic traffic. SEO Master Course – Get Tons of Free, Organic Search Traffic 3. Solo Ads What is a solo ad? A solo ad is a one time email blast you buy from a vendor that has created a “list” of people they have collected. Put simply, some internet marketers will accept payment in exchange for sending an email you have written to their mailing list. Just in case you’re not familiar with this advertising method, a solo ad is a one time email blast you sell to a buyer who wants to advertise to your subscribers or to your email list. I call it – ‘the backdoor selling’. Solo ads technique is usually employed by marketers. Fortunately, it’s not entirely exclusive for B2B(business to business) blogs. For example, if your blog is about “dog training” and you’ve built an impressive email list of dog lovers, you surely are eligible to try this approach. You may sell solo ads to vendors who sell stuffs about dog training. Probably eBooks, video course, or whatever products they sell related to dog training, you may consider using solo ads technique. Solo Ads Secrets: Elevate Your Business Without a List 4. Affiliate marketing What is affiliate marketing? Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. You find a product you like, promote it to others, and earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make. One of the most popular method...
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