Blog Monetization: how i make money with my blog!

3 years ago

blog monetization

 There's alot to be said for blog monetization. When I first began searching on how to monetize I found posts like these super helpful! I couldn't get enough of them! Now that I've been making money for several months, I'd like to share my successes with you! I've found that some things are better than others. Some things are dependent on blog traffic, visitors clicks and my zeal to go after opportunities. Some things haven't worked well for me but do for others. So all of my advice is what has worked for me. Try it an see where it takes you!

1. Sverve

Sverve is a blogging community that connects with bloggers with brands for business. You can apply to write paid post reviews or participate in their sponsored shares program, which is like sponsored tweets. You can also upload "tips" to the site as you would to Pinterest. It's just another way for blog exposure! It's a great place to learn and educate yourself about blogging too, as many of the tips are blogging related.

2. Social Spark

Social Spark is an excellent way to go for making money with your blog. Monetization opportunities are available through sponsored posts and blog ads and sponsored tweets with Izea. For some great tips in using Social Spark go HERE.

3. Foodie Blogroll

For those bloggers of you who are 75% food bloggers, this is one that you will appreciate. Foodie Blogroll puts ads on your site and pays you for the traffic, not the clicks. It's a pretty good competitor of Google Adsense. As you can see across the top of my page under the navigation bar, I have a leaderboard Foodie Blogroll ad.

4. Lijit

Lijit is an ad company that pays per view, not per click. It's another competitor to Google Adsense, and it pays pretty well. They provide online advertising services, audience analytics and reader engagement tools.

5. Infolinkz -

Infolinkz is a company that integrates their ads into your post in text form. It takes the words that you put into your post and uses certain ones as advertisements. When a visitor hovers and clicks on the in text link, a larger a box advertisement pops up. So it's not intrusive. And it pays pretty well too! READ MORE HERE!

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