Blogging is simply writing but it’s not that simple too. It includes hell lot of things but the main thing is your content and the CONTENT IS THE KING. So all you have to focus is on writing and everything works eventually. In minimum words, Blogging is creating content in a textual format online and making money with it. So, in order to make money with Blogging, you have to follow a few steps like
- Creating a website Online
- Start Writing for your Site or hire someone to write for you
- Optimize your Website for Search Engines
- Make Money with it
How to Make money with Blogging
Google Adsense is an excellent Ad Network whose parent company is “Google”. This helps us earn money from our blog. Its main task is to give an advertisement to the Blog / Website Owner by cutting its share of the high quality content and showing the Ad on Blogs / Websites with more Traffic, which has received the Revenue from Ad on Blog / Website. It pays to Blogger according to Cost-Per-Click and CPI (Cost-Per-Impression). It posts Advertise on a blog keeping in mind Google Blog Content, User Location and many other factors. These ads are in the form of Text, Image, Video or Interactive Media Contents. Read More
Affiliate marketing is one of the most popular (not to mention quickest) ways to make money from your website or blog.
Start by finding a product you like and would recommend. Then on your website, you endorse the product and promote it to your website visitors and email subscribers. If the product or service resonates with these people, they’ll click on your affiliate link,
purchasing the product (while you get a split of the sale price).
The commission might be anywhere from 30% of the product or service price, up to as high as 70%. For example, if the split is 50% and you promote an e-book that costs $100, you’ll get $50 for simply referring the buyer. Pretty sweet deal, huh?!
Read :- Affiliate Marketing
One of the common ways to make more money from your website means getting those visitor numbers UP.
Once you’ve done the hard work of building steady traffic to your site with an engaged community, there are a few different ways to monetize your hard work.
For example, many companies go out of their way to look for blogs that will feature their sponsored content. ‘Native advertising
‘ like this works well because it lines up with your site’s primary content and it comes across as relevant and transparent.
You can also review the products from a company in an ‘advertorial’ that’s part content, part advertisement. For example, if your website is all about the latest iOS games for iPhones and iPads, the creator of one of those ads would LOVE to have you review and feature their app to your fans.
When done right, this can create a win/win scenario. However – done poorly, with irrelevant or inauthentic site content, it can erode all of the reader’s goodwill you’ve worked so hard to create in the first place.
Selling Ad Space
corporating Google’s AdSense on your website is just one way to make money from online advertisements.
Another is to simply sell your own ad space directly to companies looking to sponsor different blogs. You can come up with a price for each space, for example: “Sidebar banner ads will cost $$$ per month”.
You can get paid depending on how many visitors you get. Typically it’s quoted as a dollar amount per one thousand impressions (or CPM). You might see it as: $5 CPM. If the website gets 100,000 visits a month, that ad price translates into $500 bucks.
The good thing about this approach is that if your site gets a ton of traffic from different sources, your simple banner ad pricing can go up to as high as $5000 per month! The obvious downside is that if your site doesn’t get a lot of traffic, you can’t expect to earn much either.
The other common method when selling ad space directly from your website is a simple direct price. You simply name a price (based on what you think it’s worth, relative to what the competition might be charging), and get paid upfront at the beginning of each month. This pricing is also generally a simple flat fee, not tied to a Cost Per Click like AdSense.