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Hi, new here.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by HendrixHaze, Oct 27, 2011.

  1. HendrixHaze

    HendrixHaze Newbie

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    Hi guys, my first post. I've been creeping around and decided to sign up!

    I was wondering if there is any way to earn income from Tumblr?
    I currently have a Tumblr account with a niche and have almost 2k dedicated followers who are active every day. I also have a domain name/website linked to this Tumblr, but it's not been doing so well so I haven't really updated it or anything. Can anyone guide me in the right direction?
     
  2. harryv

    harryv Registered Member

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    Tumblr is like wordpress or blogspot. You can easily sign up for adsense but the payout won't be great. Possibly $4-5 / day. Alternatively, you can sign up for other affiliates (cj, linksynergy) and find targeted ads. I like amazon affiliates also. Once you get approved, you can begin placing ads onto your site.
     
  3. Cpa Monster

    Cpa Monster Newbie

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    Hi there,

    Depending on the niche you can as has been said try to monetize the page by using Adsense ads.

    Some other options are:

    CPA offers - Targeted for your niche of course
    Clickbank products - Same as above
    Amazon affiliate - I wouldn't personally use this, but I guess the conversion rate would be higher, because of the reputation Amazon carries along.

    Anyways, I reckon you've been keeping your followers busy with non commercial things, otherwise I'd prepare them a bit by just doing fun/related shares with which you make nothing, you shouldn't bombard your page with CPA offers/clickbank products right off the bat.

    Good luck in your ventures,

    Monster