This is where I’m going to begin because blogging has been my main source of income as well as the base of many other streams of income. Don’t fret if you don’t have to start your own blog or website.

There are numerous ways to earn cash online through a blog or website of websites or blogs of someone else or without websites or blogs at all.

1: Google Adsense

This is the most fundamental source of income for the majority of blogs, particularly in the beginning. The reason it is so appealing is its ease of use. All you have to do is sign-up to the program and Google will add the ads on your site.

They’ll send you codes to paste onto your site, and you’ll be off to the races. They’ll also customize the ads according to the blog’s content.

Most importantly, you can include Adsense for your site at any time. Even if your blog is receiving a couple hundred pages each year, Adsense will enable you to make some dollars.

However, you won’t get paid until your Adsense earnings reach at minimum $100. However, once you’ve reached just a few thousand page visits each month, you’ll be quickly approaching $100. As your blog expands and expand, you’ll eventually achieve $100 per day, at least on a daily basis.

2: Text Links

Another popular source of income source for blogs. Text links were my second source of income for $100, just behind Adsense.

Text links are the link to another site which you can include in articles on your website or blog. They’re everywhere on internet, and they’re the way that websites and blogs link to one another.

There are many businesses, companies and websites that will offer you a sum of $100 or more to place a link on an article you publish on your site. The article will have a connection to the linked website and that’s why they’ll offer to pay for it.

This isn’t a very effective long-term strategy, but. Google is not particularly fond of text links and if you include excessively many of them, your website will be penalized and will lose visitors. Make sure to use them only in a limited amount. If you’re adding text links every month, it’s just a matter of time until your website traffic decreases.

3: Sponsored Posts

Sponsored posts function similarly to text links. A third entity will pay you for an article that includes an affiliate link to their site. They could also supply the article in addition. In other instances, they could require you to write an article on their site and include an external link to their website.

It’s likely that you’ll get just 100 or $200 in the beginning. However, as your website growth increases, you’ll be in a position to charge hundreds of dollars, or more than $1,000 per article.

My advice is to make sure that sponsored posts are small on your website. Additionally the sponsors must be associated with products or services that you trust and you feel comfortable with.

4: Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is essentially it’s the Holy Grail of blogging. But, it only works when you’ve got a substantial volume of visitors to your website. In the majority of instances, you’ll require at minimum 30,000-40,000 pages per month to allow it to function. However, as the traffic increases, the affiliate marketing revenue you earn can explode.

Affiliate marketing involves posting a product or review on your site. The company that sells your product runs an affiliate marketing program (trust me when I say that there are probably hundreds of thousands of companies who participate) where they pay you every when they sell through a referral on your site.

It could be as little as several hundred dollars per transaction or it could be determined by a type or percentage calculation. However, if your website or blog receives lots of visitors and your product or service you offer is well-known it is possible to see hundreds or even thousands of dollars of revenue come to your website every month.

Affiliate marketing alone could easily bring you to the $100 mark every day on the internet.

5: Display Ads

If you’ve seen advertisements on any website, you know the way this works. You own an online blog or website or a website, and a third party is willing to pay for advertising on your website. They could pay you a fixed monthly fee or the equivalent of a few dollars every when someone clicks through from your website to the sponsor’s website.

It’s a great way to earn money when your website has lots of visitors. Perhaps the best part is that, the income will be totally inactive. Once you place an ad on your website and you’re done, there’s nothing else you have to do.

6: Getting New Clients for Your Business

If your site is created specifically for your company you will get the results you’re hoping to get. A blog is an ideal source of new customers and clients for your business. It can be an avenue to show your skills, which can eventually result in paying customers.

As a financial planner I began this blog in the idea of making it a marketing tool to find new clients to my business. It performed better than I had hoped. As the blog’s popularity grew as did the practice. It allowed me to connect with new clients that I would not have otherwise.

7: Brand Sponsorships

This is a much more sophisticated method because it requires a large profile, like the one which a site with high traffic creates. Once you’ve reached that level you could get approached by businesses that are looking to join an organization that offers sponsorship.

This could begin with a sponsored blog post or even a set of them. It is also possible to offer videos, social shares or other types of exposure to advertise your product. It’s not easy however it’s an opportunity to earn a substantial amount of cash through your website.

8: Selling Leads

Certain sites are able to act as leads generators. For instance, a few years after I launched Good Financial Cents, I started a new site called Life Insurance By Jeff. Because insurance was one of the items I sell in my business I thought the website could help in generating leads for insurance.

It was it was more than I had ever imagined. I was able selling some leads I had to insurers at between $35-$100 per lead. Not only was this an additional revenue source but also completely non-intrusive.

Leads from life insurance aren’t all the leads businesses are willing to purchase. Consider the possibilities and develop an online presence that generates an unending flow of marketable leads. You’ll be making up to $100 per day on the internet in just a few minutes.

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