When it comes to SEO, there are only two things;
If you are doing any SEO and these two are not your top priorities, then you have to sit down, grab a cup of coffee and think!
Now, if you are on Google page #1, position #1 for your hunted keyword, don’t celebrate yet. You still have work my dear friend. Pogo-Sticking may be your next enemy to deal with.
The battle for position #1 on page #1 is fierce – keyword research, competition analysis, creating great content, backlinks, etc.
What is the relationship between your Pageviews and the amount of money you make from your blog?
Do more Pageviews correlate with more money from your blog?
If your answer is yes, how then do you get more Pageviews to make more money?
To properly answer these and many more related questions, I’m going to briefly touch on some different ways to make money as a blogger.
For a more detailed list on how to generate income from your blog, I want to quickly ask you to read this article where I wrote about 15 different ways bloggers make money.
Google Adsense of course is a quick way to make money online if you’ve got some traffic.
There are more different ways to monetize your website but contextual advertising seems to be generating huge passive income for many.
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It went quite well from the start but as my blog grew, I began facing real technical and customer service issues. When site speed became one of Google’s ranking factor, I became even more worried as my blog was barely faster than a snail.
Do you have a new blog or a blog with poor traffic and you are thinking you can’t make money with it? May be you don’t even have an idea how to find advertisers for your low traffic website.
Let me quickly tell you your brain or someone has been deceiving you.
Let’s fix it now!
If your blog gets below 500 daily visitors, that isn’t good enough. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make money. (For some niches, 300 to 500 daily visitors is huge)
As a matter of fact, I have been paid $450 per article on a blog that barely gets 150 to 200 daily visitors. That isn’t a strange thing to me because I was able to find those advertisers that have the budget for smaller blogs.
It breaks my heart every single time someone types “why blogs fail” into the google search bar.
Want to know why?
Because that someone is just like you, a dreamer whose hardwork, longsuffering and faith has only been rewarded with disappointment and heartbreak.
You hear that starting a blog is a great way to make money online and so you start one.
6 months of pounding away at it and you come to a series of grim realizations: