Thursday, December 1, 2011

13 Ideas To Make Money For Bloggers Using Advertising

1. Ad networks

These are services like AdSense and Chitika, but also the smaller or more local and NuffNang (which operates in Australia and Asia). You can probably fit into one of the other categories as well, since they use different models to deliver their ads.

2. Cost per impression (CMP)

This is where you sell ad space and get paid based on what is often loads. Usually you get paid per 1000 ad impressions. The rate varies greatly, depending on topic. There are plenty of very low ad networks "remnant" out there that pay a pittance for printing, but if you have a higher value niche can get more money. I have paid up to $ 40 per 1000 impressions.

3. Cost per acquisition (CPA)

These ads pay only when someone takes some action after clicking on the ad. The move could be a sale, but could also be that the subscription to a service, leaving an email address, etc.

4. Cost per click (CPC)

This is what used to be AdSense: every time someone clicks on your ad, you get a certain amount. Now AdSense ads do a combination of CPC and CPM-les mix in.

5. Sponsorships

This is what I do at ProBlogger. Sell ​​ad spots on a monthly basis to the sponsors for a fixed amount per month.

6. Text links

When you sell a text link on your site, the person buying the bond is usually what makes the purpose of search engine ranking. As a result, Google frowns on these and you could be risking their own search ranking for it. I do not do this, as I see it as a bit risky, but some bloggers still do. Proceed with caution.

7. Payment by post

Also known as sponsored posts (advertorial), this is where you get paid to review a product or promotion in a job. Bloggers have varied ethical positions on the matter. In general, these days you are required to disclose that is being paid for the job.

8. Careers / Classifieds

If you operate in a niche where people buy and sell products or there are jobs that people want to advertise this can be a good source of income. You must be able to attract both advertisers and those who want to see the ads to work, though-so you need traffic and profile.

9. Bulletin of the advertising

This is a growing area for me. Some advertisers make love to be included in emails sent to our readers. We met with the group sponsoring some ads on the site banner with inclusions in our newsletter is a good way to sell space to advertisers.

Some ad networks (like AdSense) have ways to do this, but you can also sell sponsorships to the RSS feed directly. We use a WordPress plugin called RSS footer to add an ad in the RSS feed for ProBlogger.

Here are some ideas that I add to the mental maps ...

Ad networks like Kontera offer these, and I think Chitika and a few others do too. They are ads that appear in the messages, making certain keywords in the small ads (which often change the color of the word and / or underline it to make it look like a link). When the cursor over the word an ad appears with a description of a product you can buy. Some bloggers find these ads convert well, but others find them intrusive.

10. Advertising in video

If you post videos, you might be interested in integrating YouTube with AdSense, which lets you earn money from ads that appear in videos.

11. Image ads

Yesterday Scott Fitzgerald + ImageSpace alerted me to the media, which have a system that adds ads in the images. These are similar to ads that can be viewed on Youtube videos that appear and can be minimized.


Anonymous said...

nice list but youtube cant accept my application...why?

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