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    Adsense and paid links.
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    For me its adsense as of now......

    thanks

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    Problogger and johnchow generates serious $$
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    Affiliate products with recurring income. Fantastic money maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollywoodOG View Post
    + Google Ads.
    + Adbrite Banner "Spot" Sales.
    + Any Affilate Links in Posts, per product featured.

    Tie those three together and you have a tier three combination for sucess.
    Add to that, reviews or sponsored products are a bigger profit getter.
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    affiliate marketing needs a lot of knowledge on that field to succeed. I agree that selling your own product will give you the leverage but it is also hard when you're just starting.

    So far, my biggest earnings online is through get paid to blog sites.

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    Lead generation. If you're not in the top tier of bloggers, making money on advertising will be hard. But using your blog to promote your brand or goodwill to your blog (either as a corporate blog or a personal blog) is a great idea. I can't tell you how many friends I have who use their blogs to get consulting clients, or land jobs, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drisley View Post
    Using something like PayPerPost can work, but just be sure you are transparent about the fact that its a paid review.
    I don't know how your review would be viewed as credible if you reveal the fact that you are a paid reviewer. Would that make your blog attractive.

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    Making money with blogs is a difficult task in the beginning. Difficult because - you wrote a very very nice article - something that is best in a class only to find you have done only 10% of the task. You will be applying 90% more effort trying to popularize it. If you are lucky that your blog is something that attracts good traffic it is nice. Otherwise you will have to try to find a niche that matches your area of interest.

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    I would say if you are getting anything less than 1000 Uniques per day...so the average blogger makes most of his money through Google Adsense or a similiar network...but I would recommend actually coming out with your own product to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clx View Post
    I don't know how your review would be viewed as credible if you reveal the fact that you are a paid reviewer. Would that make your blog attractive.
    If you read through the PayperPost jobs many require you come out and put a link or button on the paid post. It may just say "sponsored by payperpost" or "Paid Ads" or something but they do require it on many of the posts. They do also require the posts before and after be unpaid by any source and the majority of the blog be unpaid content. So while you admit to being paid, its not like they dictate everything posted. I was rather pleased with how much they control the transparency.
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    To answer the question, I would say that, first of all, you have to generate traffic. But I also agree with lydia2090 about the diversification approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roar View Post
    Since your question is so broad, there is really no definitive answer. Obviously if you have a high traffic blog, there are loads of options available to you.

    I agree with Ryan about selling your own product. In the end, it will provide the most leverage and sales potential for you.


    "Millionaire blogger" John Chow has a detailed outline of money makers here:

    http://www.johnchow.com/make-money-o...-money-makers/
    Agreed! I have got quite a few ideas from John Chow that I have implemented on my own blogs and are proving to be quite profitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanj878 View Post
    I just want too know what do bloggers think is the best money maker program
    Usually I see bloggers using google adsense + kontera - as well as selling their own products, and selling direct advertising.
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    I really don't know about this but i am very desirous to know.So can u provide me a link which could define me properly that what is the biggest money making for blogging?

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    pay per post and adsense for me as of now, but if i want it big affiliate marketing is a milking cow

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    for me, first of all setup such a blog which has high readers and then , adsense, persoal ads, affiliates, sell your products and services. but sometimes having a blog with high readership is very challenging.

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    Those doing pay per post should mention the site wide disclosure policy which can avoid you to get penalized by google because if you mention sponsored or paid review words below your blog posts, google may think you're selling links. Many blogs have been dropped ranking recently due to this reason.

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    Hey, I agree. Your comment makes sense - each to their own.

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    If you don't have a product or service to sell - then I would go for direct (or Private) Ads.

    Its passive income and across all of your pages. With Pay for Post you have to work (granted - its just typing, but still) and it takes away from writing content that gets actual traffic.

    After Pay for Post - I'd go with some affiliate advertising geared around your niche. And lots of affiliate links.

    At the bottom of the tier is Adsense, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choose happiness View Post
    Hey, I agree. Your comment makes sense - each to their own.
    Its "to each their own"

    Quote Originally Posted by Vingold
    If you don't have a product or service to sell - then I would go for direct (or Private) Ads.

    Its passive income and across all of your pages. With Pay for Post you have to work (granted - its just typing, but still) and it takes away from writing content that gets actual traffic.

    After Pay for Post - I'd go with some affiliate advertising geared around your niche. And lots of affiliate links.

    At the bottom of the tier is Adsense, etc.
    I would say that if you are getting less than 15,000 Uniques per day, dont bother about Affiliate advertising because its pointless...its not going to bring in a steady income like CPC...at least with adsense you're guaranteed pretty much to make money...

    Also, I was contacted about this new type of advertising thats like cost per audio listen...

    What happens is when someone clicks on your site, a 5 second audio clip plays on it and you get paid every time someone listens to the audio...so you're guaranteed to make money every time someone visits your site.

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    may be adsense is a best way,i have earn 20 one day,just one day

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    I generally or should I say only use adsense for my blog. I am not used to other programs which I think aren't that reliable too. But I am still learning mode.

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    thanks for the tips guys

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    Adsense is good for low traffic blogs. If you have over 1000 uniques per day then the best thing is affiliate scheme. Product reviews or selling links could bring extra income but affiliate is the best solution.


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