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How to Make Huge Online Income with a Niche Website

Updated on November 18, 2015

Today the scope of online moneymaking has risen to a great extent with the help of a simple website. Setting up a basic website is very easy to accomplish with a small investment. You can employ DIY strategies with a website builder platform like Wordpress/Google Blogspot or hire a professional to do the job. A Wordpress website is SEO-friendly, suitable for remodeling, upgrading plugins, and above all monetization.

Some Primary Considerations When Building Your Website

Before providing a list of ideas to monetize your website, here are some considerations to focus during the website development and content planning phase.

Website Niche

Your website cannot have every bit of information on various topics, product types or niches. With online income generation goals in mind, it is important to focus on the website niche during all phases of planning and development. Dedicate some time on web research for niche website ideas. If you are planning to sell your own products or property over the internet, the choice can be easier. If you are selling, products of multiple categories there can be more than one website with micro niche for each.

Domain and Hosting

You can have a domain name on the name of your company or any affiliate product on the micro site. The domain name is the identity for the website as well its business. You will also require a hosting company or the publisher to put your website live on the internet for public viewing.

Website Performance

To comply with the SEO standards of impressive high-speed site performance, it is important to have responsive theme so that the website looks awesome on all devices.

Contextual Ad Networks

The contextual ad networks like Adsense, Infolinks, Chitika, Kontera and GumGum are some high paying contextural ad networks you can link up for website monetization. For Adsense program, you must have a Gmail account. There are three ways of making payment to the website owner-

  • Pay Per Click (PPC)
  • Cost Per Mile (CPM)
  • Cost Per Action (CPA)

Affiliate Networks

You can simply promote products from other manufacturers on your site and direct the customers to the manufacturers’ website. The earnings will be in form of commission for each successful sale.

Independent Ad Space Selling

Instead of creating account with the contextual ad networks, you may choose to build own contracts and place their ads on website to earn commission for each sale.

Sell Your Own Products Online

You can create an eCommerce website to establish an online store for selling products from home and earn money.

Conclusion

The high traffic niche website can be a great platform to earn huge money online from advertising networks, affiliate programs etc. If you have not yet finalized the niche for your website, conduct a research on the different niche site ideas and the setup requirements. It is extremely important to have a clear idea when creating micro niche sites especially in context to website design, contents etc. Once your website is published online, leverage some time and efforts to build a strong organic traffic base employing white hat SEO techniques, social sharing and other ethical means. Strong persuasive contents on your website will increase the conversion rates and prompt the buyers’ decision over the time for high income generation prospects.

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