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How to diversify your blog monetization efforts

Updated on January 25, 2013

Blogging for profit

Diversifying your profit with blogging

Monetizing your blog is not a new concept as there are many ways to skin this cat. Affiliate products, your own site, and guest blogs, and freelancing are always different ways to help monetize your site. The point is to not focus on one thing to monetize because the internet is forever changing, and some sites may cease to exist. Blog monetizing is one of the best ways to build up your Home Business.

Google Adsense

Google Adsense is probably one of the most popular ways to get that autopilot like income. However, with stricter rules to get accepted, and the Google Algorithm constantly switching up, it is making it a lot more difficult substantiate stable income online. Fortunately for us, the Google Algorithm monkey doesn't stop the show to making income online =).

Social Media

Social Media has some really great ways you can make your income. Twitteris a great source for not only building your followers, and selling/advertising your brand, but you can make money while tweeting. Sponsored Tweets is a program that allows you to get paid for a sort of advertised tweet they give you, and they automatically tweet it through your Twitter. Be careful because too much tweeting can result in followers deleting or blocking you because they deem it as spam. Choose your tweets wisely. Depending on how engaged you are with your followers, the amount of followers you have, and the conversion rate with sending links, they'll pay you a certain amount per tweet. This is a good way to get some residual income.

Facebook is also a great way to develop your social media game. One, you can create your own Facebook fan pageto help you get more stable readers to your website. Also, you can use your posts, comments, and shares to your advantage. Like how Google has a pagerank, Facebook has an edgerank feature giving you priority right on your friends feed because the number of likes, shares, and reposts.

Besides, Social Media, there are plenty of sites that will pay you to post.

Payperpost is one site that gives you money just for posting content. It's an excellent way to get backlinks and you can get as much as $20 per post.

Another good site to look into is Fiverr. Although, the pay is not very much ($3.92 because of Paypal, and of course, the site has to get paid), it's a good way of building up some extra change as well as getting your creative juices flowing because you can find different niches on there to make money. Additionally, it's an excellent way to outsource certain tasks should as building your SEO,

Postlinks is a pretty new site that I started using about a month ago. They actually pay you for putting posts on your site, creating contextual links, and text links on your blog roll. Your site has to be at least a PR1 to get accepted. However, they actually pay pretty decent. Also, the blog posts get indexed pretty well since they are professionally written.

These are just a few ways you can diverse your blog just so you don't focus on one aspect that may be temporary. For more information on how you can profit from blogging, check out: Making Money 2 Blog.


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    • shin_rocka04 profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Maryland

      Thank you for the comment. I greatly apprciate it!

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Interesting and useful information. Thanks for sharing.

    • shin_rocka04 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Maryland

      ^Thanks for the comment. I greatly appreciate it.

    • alocsin profile image


      6 years ago from Orange County, CA

      Good suggestions on spreading the wealth around. If you depend too much on one source, you'll lose all your income if that source disappears. Voting this Up and Useful.

    • shin_rocka04 profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Maryland

      Thanks for the comment. I appreciate it!

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      Sparkster Publishing 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      You offer some great useful information to bloggers, writers and webmasters. Some of your hubs will certainly come in useful.


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