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You can use Google Adsense in your blog. Each time a visitor clicks an advertisement, you receive a percentage of the pay.
One of the best ways to capitalize on the revenue is by making sure you optimize each blog post for search engines and make sure they have proper keyword placement and density.
You should also use Google's keyword tool while writing - Search for relevant keywords based on a word, phrase or website and then select "Columns".
Now check the box that says Average CPC, and then filter your results to show the highest paying CPC at the top of the results.
For example, "verizonwireless" all one word like that, has an average CPC of $637.96 - Yes, that is a huge amount.
So if you were making a blog post about VerizonWireless.com, you would repeat that specific keyword about 2-4 times, maybe more or less depending on the amount of words, and then include other high paying keywords.
JUST BE SURE that they are relevant to the topic you are blogging about.
Hope this helps a little
Depending on your niche or blog subject... one really good way to get a good income is to review products here and there.
If you have a decent reader base that trust you and enjoy your content, then you can tell them about other products and link to them. Be honest in the reviews and don't review bad products (because no one will buy them so you'll make no money). Be kinder rather than harsh, but one or two criticisms with a few high praises works wonders.
I prefer to keep adsense and ad space in general to a minimum where I can so that the site has more credibility. If it's filled with ads... then people will know that it's just to make money... so not exactly an 'authority'.
The best sites on the web have very few, select ads on their site.
But for a clever blogger... a blog post every week or so (assuming you're updating every day) with a review of a product (with whom you are an affiliate of course) can rake in a ton of commission.
Think about it... it will make your site more user friendly and attractive, and it counts. People will appreciate it.
Blogging is the best way to make money. There are several ways you can monetize your blog.
You can monetize your Blog with Google Adsense.
You Can Monetize your Blog with CPA Network.
You Can Monetize your Blog with the Affiliate link.
also if you want, then you can sell your own product on your blog.
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