5 Ways to Make Money with Your Blog

Maintaining a blog can be quite a job. Writing new, interesting articles and providing resources for your visitors can be a hassle, even though you enjoy every part of it. I am sure you’d like to earn a little something after your effort. This post looks into some easy ways to start monetizing your blog.


BuySellAds is a very popular ad network that helps advertisers and publishers communicate. They have some very simple rules to follow to ensure the quality of the sites the ads are placed. First of all, the service evolves around design and tech sites with more than 100.000 impressions per month, which narrows it down a bit. Also, your website has to be in English.
Visit BuySellAds


Google AdSense is by far the most popular ad network in the world. It is very easy to setup &emdash; in less than 5 minutes, you will have working ads on your website. It takes a lot of visitors to make real money out of this, but it is definitely possible. You can use AdSense both to place ads on your website, in your e-mail newsletters, in your search results, and in your feeds.
Visit Google AdSense


TradeDoubler was founded in Sweden in 1999, and since then, it has grown to a very large marketing company. When you sign up, you will have to get your website accepted, and when you want to place ads, the companies will also have to accept your site as relevant for their products. Even though this might seem like a huge process, it can be well worth it. Some large companies, such as Apple and Dell, sell their ads here.
Visit TradeDoubler


Amazon.com Associates puts Amazon products on your website, and allows you to make money from it. When people buy after following a link from your blog, you will get up to 15 %.
Visit Amazon.com Associates


If you’d like you can also ask your users for donation. That can be a great idea if you give away lots of free stuff. Most people won’t give you anything, but others will gladly spare a dime to help you out. For this purpose, you can use for instance PayPal.


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