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The Different Kinds of Website Monetization

The Different Kinds of Website Monetization

If you have a website that earns a dedicated amount of visitors you could consider turning the website into a money making project. Website monetization is the process of earning money through your website or blog by taking advantage of the traffic your page attracts. By using several methods, you have the ability to transform a simple page into a money making venture. It is quite a lucrative option for a vast number of people due to extremely low capital requirements. There are several ways of monetizing your website. You can advertise the services and products of a company or even sell products of your own. Marketing your website is not completely time consuming and you can either do it yourself, or hire the services of a professional. One way of web monetization are banner ads. Banners are colorful images which can be an instant eye-catcher to visitors who find their way onto your site. They are a little bigger than text ads and when clicked on by a visitor, it will generate a source of income to your website. Banners have different shapes and sizes to them which is good because it allows you to get creative and experiment with the different banner sizes and colors ensuring they stand out. Pay per Click (PPC): is perhaps one of the most popular ways of website monetization and Google AdSense is becoming a frequently employed PPC service. After registering with a company that specializes in PPC advertising, you will be provided links, button, etc. which you can use on your website. These links bring up advertisements that are relevant to the content of your page. And when visitors choose to click on these ads they are taken to another page. The provider will track the number of clicks that have been made, and pay you at a predetermined rate. Pay per Impression: This kind of website monetization is comparable to pay per click. However, instead of earning profits by getting visitors to click on an ad, you will be paid as long as people see the ad. Therefore, in order for it to be effective, you have to make certain that you position the advertisement along with relevant text content. Every time the page is viewed, you will earn revenue. Data monetization: Regardless of whether you have quality articles on your website or products and services to sell, you can still make money by providing information. For instance, there are different utilities you can use, along with surveys and questionnaires, to catalog information about your visitors such as their demographics and preferences. This information can then be sold to companies who are involved in internet marketing research. Affiliate marketing: If your website has content which is related to the products or services of another firm, you could consider affiliate marketing. You act more or less like and intermediary and provide companies' access to possible buyers. You usually get paid a fixed commission, when sales are achieved through your site. However, before you use the process of website monetization be sure to do thorough research on the different kinds of methods and then select which one or possibly a combination would work best for you and your website.