Placing Advertising into your Blog Feed
If you have a blog, then do not overlook the approach of placing advertising into your blog feed. Now, this is not for the feint of heart because your feed subscribers may unsub from you. There are services like Feedburner and Bidvertiser allow publishers to have advertisements displayed in their RSS feeds. When you use services like that, all you’ve got to do is make your feed accessible to them with the data for your adverts. Some people back away from inclusion with 3rd party firms, and in that case you continue to have the choice of monetizing your feed by offering ad space.
There isn’t anything wrong with doing it on your own, but the main thing is your visitor numbers must be acceptable. The slow cautious methods work, but often a systematized method may work to your long-term benefit. You always have to balance time and money of course.
The following approach is not accepted by Google, but there are some people that still do it. Many sites used to supply text links for sale, but a lot of them stopped after Google officially scowled upon it. Nonetheless, it’s an system worth exploring if you want to concentrate on accelerating the money streams on your website. One important point is you don’t want to execute it in a way that may produce an adverse effect on your visitors. If you want you can sell text links immediately on your site or utilise a network like Text-Link-Ads in order to automate the entire process. If you have solid PR’s on your pages, then that’s good for you.
There are established site flippers who have been doing well for some time. Even though this strategy isn’t about directly making money from your website, it is a great to generate large quantities of profits. You’ll find folks selling sites of all sizes and styles, but your best returns will come from a site which has some maturity and earnings generation history. Although a longtime site is preferred, a particularly well-made site in a good niche will sell, it will just sell for less. But at the same time there are new, turnkey sites being sold as well – so it’s down to you which side you get started on.