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There are a number of different ways to monetize your blog posts. You probably won’t want to do every one of these on all of your posts. But, you can choose one or two depending on the type of blog post and your audience. You’ll need to experiment until you find the ways to monetize your blog posts that work best for you. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
5 Ways to Monetize Your Blog Posts Easily
Depending on what you write about, there are different options for monetizing. You will want to be sure that you include products that fit what you’re writing about. So if you are a food blogger, consider cookbooks. If you are a fashion blogger, include clothes, perfume or shoes.
1. Amazon Widget and Links
One of the easiest ways to monetize is to add an Amazon affiliate link or widget box at the end of your blog post. You can see an example at the end of this post. Sign up for their affiliate program and then create a native shopping ad using a keyword that fits your blog post.
Prosperent is an easy plugin to use especially for those that cannot do the Amazon affiliate program. You can set it to sit in your sidebar, at the end of each blog post, or create an entire store on a separate page. There are a variety of different merchants from Walmart to Nordstroms.
3. Affiliate Links
I have found that including affiliate links and affiliate banners in your blog posts is a fairly simple way to monetize. I like the programs offered by Shareasale because they don’t have minimum purchase requirements to stay active like some of the other programs. This is a great option for those that are just getting started. Join shareasale.com, Earn Cash!
If you have a popular post, it makes sense to add an ad box in the post itself. That way, you can earn advertising revenue with each view the post gets. Google Adsense is an easy ad network to work with if you are just getting started.
5. Sell a Product
If you have written an eBook or have created a product through a site like Zazzle, don’t forget to add a link to that product in posts you write that are related. For example, if you have an eBook with 50 of your favorite slow cooker recipes, include a link to it in each recipe you create. If you have created a reusable shopping bag on Zazzle, include a link to it on posts that talk about saving money.
What other ways to monetize your blog posts do you use?
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