Making Money On A Site That Bombs


 Making Money On A Site That Bombs

A large part of making a living online is to find ways to monetize your site. Running affiliate or advertising based websites is a great way of keeping money coming in, but not all sites are built with these monetization methods in mind. Many “content” sites who’s primary purpose is not financial may fail to attract any profits at all and end up outlasting their monetizable counterparts that have figured out how to make money while also keeping their content quality high. This particular blog post provides some tips on how you could build your site for maximum profitability with the least amount of work possible.

One thing that seems to happen quite often when sites are monetized is a change in the quality of content. One of the biggest things that I've noticed is when a site gets monetized, it becomes more focused on getting traffic and having people click on ads instead of actually thinking about what they're going to do with the traffic they get. This happens for many reasons. For one, it can be very difficult to survive off of ad dollars alone. The ad revenue is usually only good enough for you to survive and pay your hosting bills while you're looking for a way to make a profit. In most cases, the ads are targeted towards people who are looking for something of value rather than just browsing around, so you end up getting a lot of “stale” traffic as people bounce off your site. 
One thing that I see this occurring a lot is people finding ways to drive traffic in exchange for money. This can be done in many different ways and as long as you don't get too greedy and go out looking for deals that aren't worth it, you shouldn't have any trouble making money from it. There are many different ways to make money online through affiliate marketing, but there are two that I'd like to talk about today: Amazon Associates and eBay Affiliate Programs .
Another way to make money online is through direct sales. There are many direct sales companies out there, but the most popular one is ClickBank . Keep in mind that not all products on ClickBank are worth selling because of their payment structure. For example, if you take a product that may only pay out 50% of the time and then you sell it for $49.95, you're not going to get rich off that deal. One thing I like to do when choosing which products to promote is by using Pay Per Lead ads . This works best if you have high paying products or ones that provide really great value for people. If you can find a high paying product that also provides a great value, then you're onto something really good.
Now, I know that many of you are probably thinking about how much work it is to become an Amazon Associate and how much time it takes to maintain the eBay store. This is why I would recommend outsourcing as much of this as possible while still maintaining quality control. This may sound complicated or confusing, but it's actually very simple. Outsourcing is the art of finding other people to do the things you don't have time to do or don't want to do yourself. This could mean just sending out emails as an Amazon Associate , answering calls as an eBay affiliate , moderating comments on forums , and more.

In conclusion it is possible to make money with a site that does not have any type of real content. As long as you are willing to do the research and put in the time, it is definitely possible for an entirely monetized site to earn a living. There's a catch, however. If you are going to go down this path, you need to be sure that your content isn't getting stale or worse yet, getting worse. It can be very easy for this to happen if you're not careful. That's why I would recommend staying away from making your money from solely ads and instead choosing a mix of affiliate sales and outsourcing whatever else you can outsource.

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