FOUR WAYS OF MONETIZING YOUR BLOG/SITE

CONGRATULATIONS, for creating a blog for yourself,  it is time to monetize. It is obvious that monetization is very important for many site owners.  I strongly encourage and support people to monetizing the hard work they put into their blogs and sites. Read on to find out how you can turn your website into a source of income.

HERE ARE FOUR WAYS OF

  1. Simple Payments lets you create and embed credit and debit card payment buttons on your WordPress.com and Jetpack enabled sites with minimal setup. The feature is available on Premium and Business plans on WordPress.com and on Premium and Professional plans on Jetpack sites running version 5.2 or higher.

 

 

  1. Advertising

If you’d like to make money on your WordPress.com site with advertisements, word ad is the official WordPress.com advertising program available for site owners. The program features ads from external ad networks such as Google, Face book, AOL, and more. .

Who is eligible for Word Ads?

Users upgrading to the WordPress.com Premium or Business plans have automatic access to the Word Ads program and can set up advertising on their sites immediately head straight to my site scroll down click on word ad click on join word ad word ad will review your application in less than 24 hours you will see advert displaying on your site.

If you wish to use goggle ad sense log on to www.google/adsense.com  fill the form submit

WordPress.com bloggers, who are using a Free or Personal Plan, have moderate to high traffic and appropriate content also have the option to apply to the Word Ads program.

Only sites with a custom or mapped domain can apply.

If you’d like to self-manage third-party ad networks like Google Ad Sense, Opens, Lijit, BuySellAds, and Vibrant Media, those options are available on the WordPress.com Business Plan. Sites on the Premium Plan and below can run Word Ads, which optimizes buyers including Google Ad Sense but they cannot self-manage ad networks.

  1. Affiliate Linking

You can add affiliate links to your WordPress.com content as long as the primary purpose of your blog is to create original content, and as long as the code for the ad is supported.

When blogging about books you’re reading, music you love, clothes that strike your fancy, gadgets you’re drooling over, or whatever interests you and your readers, feel free to post relevant affiliate links using either text or images.

There are a few restrictions in what affiliate programs are allowed. We do not allow affiliate links for gambling, get-rich-quick schemes, multi-level marketing programs, disreputable merchants, pornography, malware, or phishing-type scams. We also do not allow sites that exist primarily to drive traffic to affiliate links.

An easy and popular way to get started affiliate links is Amazon! Read our support documentation for specific instructions on adding Amazon Affiliate links to your content.

 

  1. Sponsored/Pre-Written Posts

You can publish sponsored posts on WordPress.com. We define a sponsored post as any content that promotes a specific product or service, which you were encouraged to post by the company or individual who makes/sells/provides it. Including this type of content on your site typically results in some kind of compensation for you in the form of payment, freebies, etc.

We do not allow sites where the vast majority of content is sponsored content. Sponsored posts also may not include any content that violates our Terms of Service.

Selling Physical and Digital Products, and Requesting Donations or Tips

With the WordPress.com Business Plan you can sell anything directly through your website with tools like Woo Commerce. This free plugin (with paid extensions) lets you sell products, handle shipping, collect taxes, and more. You can find more information in Woo Commerce’s guided tour videos.

With all WordPress.com sites you can sell your handmade products, art, books, or digital products such as ebooks .

 

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