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Journey to monetise my podcast/web site (blogger)

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by KingTwister, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. KingTwister

    KingTwister Newbie

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    Journey to monetise my podcast/web site (blogger) it's been going for over a year now and here are my stats. Basically I record radio programs and upload them online. Hosts of the programs I share found out about me recently and get random retweets here and there but not consistent.

    average of 800 hits per day
    average of 400 downloads a week both from direct and itunes
    i get a few cents per day via adsense

    i have a weak twitter account with about 800 real folowers
    i have an even lamer fb account with just 300 likes

    I have been using archive to upload my files since it is free. I use this basically so that I have an online player and a direct download link for iTunes subscribers.

    I recently revived my depositfiles account and will use it for direct downloads from the site.

    I'll use this to log my progress and of course get some help from the community.
     
  2. FMCShows

    FMCShows Newbie

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    I'll definitely be following, good luck KingTwister.

    You can make it if you persevere.

     
  3. bbHood925

    bbHood925 Newbie

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    The usual methods work here. Relevant cpa offers, sponsors, etc... Try finding music related niche websites that are interested in promoting their message
     
  4. KingTwister

    KingTwister Newbie

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    i have a question. considering that I am using blogger. What blackhat strategies should I avoid so that I don't risk my site being banned by google?

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