While it’s important not to spread oneself thin and try to work on too many projects at once, it’s also important to develop multiple streams of income. One has to find a proper balance between the two. Generating multiple streams of income is not just a wealth-generation strategy, it is also a matter of increased […]
A long time ago I stopped displaying Adsense ads on several of my blogs, including this one, because of the types of ads which were showing. On a health-related blog I did not want to advertise drugs and weight-loss fads, and on this blog I did not want to advertise scams or get-rich quick schemes.
If, at any time, now or in the future, you would like to ask me a question, simply post it in the comments area below. If I can, I will answer you. If I can’t, I will try to direct you to someone who can.
Chitika is a great way to add monetization to an existing blog, even if it is already monetized with another program. You can add Chitika ads to your site without worrying crowding too many adds around your content (keep reading to see why I say this).
You might not be fully and 100% aware of everyone you are linking to. You could even be linking to a bad-neighborhood site without realizing it. There are a few ways this can happen.
Even if you’re not able to survey every one of your website visitors to ask them what they think of your site and how they reacted to the different pages, there is still a substantial amount of feedback you can obtain indirectly, through Google Analytics.
If you ever feel discouraged that you haven’t become an overnight zillionaire like so many sales pages seem to promise you, remember this. Experience and practice is valuable and will pay off if you persist.
If you haven’t started using Google Analytics on your website(s) or blogs, I highly highly recommend it. If you’ve set up an account but rarely look at it – I recommend you start looking.