Monetizing Your Blog Without Annoying Your Readers



If you are planning to earn from your bloggin venture (and I’m, as I believe that no effort should be wasted) you will find that it can be very hard to strike a nice balance between what brings you some cash and editorial content.

AdSense is one of the perhaps most overused sources of revenue andway too often I find sites that decide to plug in everything allowed byTOS onto their pages and as result we get legitimate blog looking likesplog (SPAM blog created for AdSense revenue only). I have discovered acouple things that allow a reasonable balance and want to share at least one of them that has earned me $234.67 over the period of approximately 10 days and WITHOUT any effort on my part after placing the ad AND without annoying my readers.



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Now, let me answer possible accusation in “photoshoped image” – It Is PhotoShop edited screenshot! I have removed all my earnings from other publishers and left only ONEthat is directly related to this article, as it is not meant to be aflaunting of my earning but a proof of THIS specific method.



If you have visited my blog starting from June 20 you perhaps have noticed a blinking peeling top right corner with “Special Offer”. It is small, doesn’t interfere with content and since that date it hasbeen used to only advertise a product that creates this effect – Peel Ads and earnings from which displayed on the image. And this effect hasproven to be irresistible to at least 10 people who not only clicked itbut also purchased it. And notice another important detail – 0% refunds!

Does it make you wonder why? Answer is rather simple – this new adsystem that is easy to install has proven to be a great way to monetizeyou blog. Obviously the more traffic you have – more chances you have to earn.

Another great option I have already tested but not implemented yet –is rotation of ads using this script. With few configuration changes you can rotate multitude of ads and earn from each and everyone of them and get the full commission cut – if using ClickBank products you canexpect anywhere between 50-75% commissions. Since this particular adworked this well for me I decided to let it run a bit longer but I hopeyou can see the opportunities.



How hard it is to install? I would say easy to intermediate. It comes with a guide that walks you through entire process and configuration is as simple as placing appropriate graphics, specifying target URL(affiliate link) and placing it on your server. It does require a basicknowledge of using FTP and walks you through setting appropriatepermissions on files and folders. But here is a great part – adding theactual ad to the site is done by simply placing javascript code into the footer.php of your blog theme and once you have it running – you canput this code on any site you have, which doesn’t even have to be onsame domain! So one installation can rotate ads on multiple sites orblogs.

Everything will be done on autopilot and without your visitorsleaving in disgust due to too many ads on your site! Got to have it andthe Peel Ads ad no longer available on my blog (replaced)? Use thislink, as I wholeheartedly recommend it and begin to [tag-tec]monetizeyour blog[/tag-tec]



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