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How to Correctly Monetize My Site...

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by pr0grr, Nov 12, 2015.

  1. pr0grr

    pr0grr Newbie

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    Hey everyone,

    I'm currently running a lyrics website which is receiving about 55k pageviews each month. Basically all of the traffic is organic (people searching on Google for song lyrics) and I have several search terms where I appear as the first search result! I would love to put up Adsense ads, but Google has a problem with the copyrighted content on the site (which, honestly, I don't really have the proper licencing for if anyone looks too closely....but I have never had a problem with this...). And all other ads seem to give really awful revenue.

    1. What ways could I properly monetize a site like this?
    2. If I was to try to sell the site, what do you see a site like this being worth?

    Thank you for your input!!! :)
     
  2. pr0grr

    pr0grr Newbie

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    Come on guys, no ideas?

    I've toyed with the idea of putting up affiliate links on the site to try and get conversions from my visitors and make money that way. Does anybody know of affiliate programs that include graphical banners or images that I could use?
     
  3. JasonGraham

    JasonGraham Regular Member

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    There are clickbank products related to your niche
    If you look on youtube you can find a guy that made a lot of money with clickbank and a music website
     
  4. MoneyEagle

    MoneyEagle Regular Member

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    You must really checkout CPA Section.
    You can put pop ups and collect emails and send them spotify referral links, Amazon music CDs, etc