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I want to make money blogging.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by obscene911, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. obscene911

    obscene911 Registered Member

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    So here was my Idea.
    -Pick a product/something that is coming out soon, thats really popular, that alot of people will be looking for.
    -pick a great domain name for whatever you are promoting.
    -add wordpress, add a bunch of content, SEO the crap out of your site.
    --??

    What comes next? I hate to sound stupid, but whats the best way to monetize a blog? CPA offers?(what if you cant find a particular cpa offer for the particular product that your site is about? Is adsence the best choice for this?



    Short version:

    Your blog is getting alot of good traffic.. Best way to make some $ from it?
     
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  2. korekuping

    korekuping Newbie

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    you can start with adsense first and then with clickbank or other affiliate program
     
  3. obscene911

    obscene911 Registered Member

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    i was thinking that too..
    is CPA bad for wordpress sites?
    Like i said i cannot find any cpa offers that have to do with specefic niche's... How would i go about making cpa earnings from my blogs visitors? I thought about adding a content blocker, but wont most cpa sponsors ban me if the content i am locking has nothing to do with the offer?
     
  4. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    Have you, perhaps, looked at the "Blogging" section? I mean, you're posting in it, but have you taken a moment to look at the 275 pages of threads? Surely, your question must have been asked before.

    And what do you mean you can't find niche-specific CPA offers? Have you even signed up with a CPA company to look at their offers? Take a look at Offer Vault as well. Most CPA companies even split up the offers into categories for you (read: niches).
     
  5. ahiddenman

    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    The only way to master blogging is to meet John chow :)