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Matched.co.uk May Provided the Answer to Many Low Traffic Blogs

Budget Time
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For many bloggers and website owners, finding a method to monetize their sites in the beginning can be a challenge.

Low traffic means commonly used ‘Pay per Click’ adverts like AdSense can give poor or no earning potential. Another possibility is payment for a 1000 displays, again this can be difficult to achieve or gives a poor reward.

But there are alternatives, how about monthly payments for a space on your blog/website? You might be thinking I’m talking about trying to obtain private adverts. But no, there are companies willing to buy space on your blog/website for a fixed price and no conditions on volume of traffic. What?! Yeah exactly what I thought, I’m not sure where the logic is or how to explain why they would be interested. [Read more]

Money Making Report No.6

Money Report
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Welcome to the sixth money making report, here’s the last one.

As with the previous report I have been concentrating on university work this month, already had 2 exams with a further 4 to follow. Therefore this has got to take a back seat for the next couple of weeks at least.

I still await my first payment from matched.co.uk, which I expect in the next couple of days, payment has been confirmed and will be received in the next 7 days via PayPal, so I have been told (including my £5 sign up bonus). Nothing to report from Amazon as I removed the widgets as part of the site redesign. May look into making some new widgets that blend with the new look. Also have not reinstated AdToll yet, might look into doing this in the near future.

But now lets get down to business… [Read more]

The 4 Pís of Marketing and your Blog, Place!

Marketing Mix
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Following on from my first, second, third and fourth installment in this series on the marketing mix, I would like to introduce you to the fourth and final ‘P’ of the 4 P’s series.

Placement

As with some of the previous P’s place or placement is open to interpretation. To a normal product, it is an outlet where that product is sold, whether thats on the high street or online.

For a blog or website, this is like the external links to your homepage. They are the doors to your business, the more you have, the more potential exposure you can generate. Therefore ultimately leading to more traffic.

One word is used to describe these links, Backlinks, a pretty self explanatory term.

But how do you generate these backlinks? [Read more]





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