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50 Ways to Monetize Your Site
If you are a blogger and you have a strong fan base, take advantage of merchandising opportunities. You can use CafePress.com, which makes it easy for you to put your blog’s logo on shirts, bags, coasters and other items and then you can sell it. Or if you prefer, you may want to create and self-publish your own books with self-publishing services like Lulu, and you’ll earn profits even without a huge book deal. Besides books, you can also create hard-copy content on CD-ROM “book” with cleanly organized content that can be accessed offline. Taking things a step further, sell subscriptions for future updates to the system. Another merchandising opportunity is to design and sell custom products with Printfection.com or GoodStorm.
2) Text Link Advertising
Text link advertising involves you placing a text link ad on your blog or website. Text links are text on your site that is hyperlinked to a specific page on another site. Your site which publishes the text links (called the publisher) gets paid by an advertiser who is trying to drive traffic to the linked page. Publishers can get paid based on the number of clicks on the text link ad (called pay-per-click) or they could get paid a flat fee for publishing the link.
3) Selling Services
Monetize your website by attracting new customers (clients, patients, …) and rendering your services to them, for which they pay you a fee.
4) PPC Advertising Networks
Sign up with PPC (pay-per-click) networks and paste some code on your website. The network will then serve contextual ads (either text or images) relevant to the content on your website, and you will earn a certain amount of money for every click your visitors make. Some popular CPC Advertising Networks include:
5) CPM Ads (Cost Per Thousand)
CPM ads pay per impression. The downside of this is that you’re paid almost nothing for each impression because rates can go as low as $0.10 per thousand impressions. The strategy is to use CPM in conjunction with CPC ads. CPM ads can be placed in less prominent spaces (below the fold) whereas CPC ads should have better position. Networks that offer CPM/CPC ads include AdBrite and ValueClick Media.
6) Banner Advertising
For banner ads, you will need to have high traffic to make it worth the price for the advertiser. Generally banner advertisers will find you rather than the other way around, so if you focus onOther Details
- 1 Ebook (PDF), 9 Pages
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- 1 Affiliate Programs List (EXCEL)
- Year Released/Circulated: 2012
- File Size: 301 KB
[Yes] Includes Reseller Website
[Yes] Can sell Master Resale Rights
[Yes] Can be added to paid membership sites
[Yes] Can be offered as a bonus to one other product
[Yes] Can be packaged
[NO] Can be offered through auction sites
[NO] Can be given away
[NO] Can be added to free membership sites