There are billions of websites and blogs on the internet and thousands more are created every day. Making money on your website by blogging is difficult, but it isn’t impossible. If you do what successful bloggers are doing, work hard and give it the time it takes, there’s no reason why your website or blog shouldn’t make money. Making a regular income from a blog requires work. Hard work.
Don’t think of your web blogging as a get-rich-quick scheme. Have you just published your first post with all kinds of ads and pop-ups on the site, which, you hope, will start making money any minute now? The point is, instead of over-thinking and over-contemplating, just take action and get things done. They don’t have to be perfect to begin with, but getting started with them and being patient is more important.

Blogging has risen in its profile as a medium more and more businesses are starting blogs.

Check out this nice article: Why Your Business Should Have a Blog?


This article will look at these methods and options and it will highlight some of the best ways. So, here goes…


Make money by Selling Advertisements

One of the most popular methods of monetizing a site or blog is to sell advertising space, usually banner ads. You could manage this manually, but it is much more efficient to either use a network or a plugin/resource that will automate much of the process.


Read and follow other blogs

A great way to learn about blogs is to read a few. Leave some comments, ask questions and bookmark your favourites. One of the best things about making money from blogging is that you really don’t need to be innovative. There are tried and tested methods that work, and you just have to follow them carefully, work in that direction, and be patient. That’s it.
However, if you are too busy to read feeds and read what other successful bloggers have to say about the tricks of the trade, the path ahead will get tougher for sure.


Focus on consistency

Whether you post every day or once a week, you need to be consistent with that frequency. Just think about it. Would you read a daily newspaper if it didn’t get published each day? Or a weekly magazine that comes out only on some weeks? It’s the same with blogs. Posting frequency matters, and matters a lot if you intend to make money from your website posts or blog.


Invest some time in marketing

One blogger once famously said, “Content is king but marketing is queen and the queen runs the household.”
Content is the most important part, no doubt. If your content doesn’t impress, no marketing can help the blog survive in the long term. But if you completely ignore content promotion, even the best content won’t help you reach your goals.
Understand that blogging as a profession has come a long way in the last several years. There are millions of blogs on the internet, all striving for attention. So don’t just write and wait for visitors. Go out and get them. Promote your posts on social sites like Twitter, Facebook, and contact other bloggers to introduce yourself and your site.


Listen to your readers

Since you intend to make money blogging, you need to understand your visitors: What do they like to read? What are their problems? What do they expect from your blog? You need to listen to them and give them what they want.

There are various tools and methods you could use to listen to your audience by just doing a quick google search.


Learn about Affiliate Networks

Affiliate programs can be extremely lucrative to top earners, and one of the great bonus is that there are affiliate programs available in just about any industry or niche you can imagine. You can sign up to promote specific products by joining the affiliate program of particular companies or websites, but large networks also represent a huge number of companies and products. Affiliate networks make it a little bit easier to manage because you can get all of your links and stats in one place, plus payouts for all programs within the network will be combined.


Network with other bloggers

Building relationships is important in any business, and blogging is no exception. If you find networking with other bloggers and talking to them difficult or boring, then you are losing out on many fronts. Networking with other bloggers is important. It helps you discover what works and what doesn’t. Plus, you could partner with people online and generate more income opportunities.


Link to other blogs often

If you’ve been blogging for some time, I’m sure you’ve heard the term SEO (search engine optimization). SEO refers to things you need to do to enhance your blog’s visibility in the search engine ranking pages. And one of its aspects is link-building.
Now, if you are shy in linking to other blogs, you’ll have a hard time in getting links too. Popular and established blogs can afford to do that, but not you. As a new blogger looking to make money in the long term from your blog, you should link out and link out often.


Sell products

If you’ve created a small but loyal audience who read and comment frequently, don’t be afraid of selling them information products like eBooks, audio/video products, or anything else that provides value. You just need to make sure that you’ve earned their trust before you do it.


Create an email list

Not having an email list from day one is a biggest blogging mistakes. And most of the other well-known bloggers would agree. Mailing lists are known to convert better than other means like blog posts because people read their emails more often than the blogs they are subscribed to.
Simply put, if you don’t have a mailing list, you are leaving a lot of money on the table.


Finally never stop learning

It’s always good to learn as much as you can about making money from your website by blogging. So search the internet for various monetization options. Honestly, there are tons of ways to do it and you don’t have to rely on any one method.

Please feel free to share your own preferences and experiences in the comments.



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