need help with blog earning
now that i am 18 i want to earn out of my blog. i created an adsense account n it says it will be registered in 48 hours.. so whats the next step i should take? n how can i earn the mximum possible from it?
please let me know ASAP!
Getting an AdSense approved these days is a challenge by itself!
I am not sure if the "48 hours" deal mean anything. You will get an initial approval as soon as you apply. Then you must use your AdSense script in your blog/site. Google will further review your Ad implementation and based on several factors, they will approve or reject your application.
If you like to earn from blogging, you must focus on building unique content and get good traffic to your blogs.
@palak mawah, Its after 1 month...did you got you adsense account Approved..
so that I can give you some genuine Tips to earn some buks...from adsense..
The next step for you is to create good content and post every single day for the next 2 years. You should be able to make some decent income if you do this. I have been making money online by doing this method alone.
I don't think the statement "you wont earn anything out of blogging" is true. There are hundreds or thousands of bloggers out there who make decent or great money. I myself is a fulltime blogger who left a well paid IT job in USA and switched to fulltime blogging.
Thats gre8..you are doing full time blogging and earning enough income...
can you share methods of earning from blog other than adsense.
or some good tips for earning more from adsense..
currently i am also earning something..but not enough to leave job...
Just correcting your sentence construction. There's no sentence which starts with "Myself am..." contrary to certain number of people using it- similar to number of people who use the word "revert" which basically means "taking something back to its original form" rather than the word "respond" or "reply". To be honest, a lot of people claim that they earn money out of blogging but the fact is that they use their blog as a front of their actual business. Correct me if I am wrong, but even that guy who runs labnol says that he earns a lot of money from adsense, but some have said that the reality is that he does something related to software development. Ain't believing till I see a screenshot.
I am not saying that you cannot earn from blogging, but forget about it if you cant get 50k- 100k impressions per week atleast+ switch to premium ad management like buysellads.com or something similar. Still, many of those tech bloggers also have another business venture, like video production for putting it up in youtube and all that. Blogging is a part of it, but you'll need something else to add up with blogging, preferably its relative to the field of writing. Other than that, bloggers are for marketing yourself to get jobs, assignments and work- like photographers. Only way I see a blog becoming big if you become more of a journalist in your niche and you keep on growing, but you end up getting a workspace+ manpower/contributor eventually- so you end up becoming like an online publication company.
AdSense is the primary monetization for most of the bloggers. Some do link selling, affiliate marketing, paid reviews, content writing, and so on. I made good money from link selling several years ago but not any more. In most sites, I depend on AdSense and in few sites I use niche specific ads which usually pay very high CPM.
The best tip for earning better is to get great traffic to your site. Usually earnings is directly proprtional to traffic even though it may not be the case always.
I couldn't suggest anyone to leave the job unless you make more from your blog than your salary. Online earning is going through a crisis currently because of the changing Google algorithms and higher competition. Your blog may be earning high today but it disappear tomorrow just because of a changed Google algorithm or something else beyond your control. Just for example, I had a good blog which was growing and reached about 80K page views per day. Then a big brand filed a domain dispute with me. Even though I did not lose the case, I voluntarily decided to change the domain which ended up in a disaster in terms of traffic. So, in my opinion,no one should jump to fulltime blogging without proper backup strategies.
Hats-off to your valor!
I applied for Adsense but they rejected my account ( I guess, it might be because I opted for advertisement to be in my vigil only). Is it so? Please help!
I tried others other than Adsense and found that not good enough. Adsense is generally good unless you are getting direct offer or offer on your said price.
Read articles on optimizing Ad clicks and placement of ads.
You can try buysellads... May be it works well depends on your niche and traffic.
First get 100k per week. Only then monetization will be fruitful.
Listen buddy, its not like you write articles and you are bound or sure to earn money. It all depends upon your stats. Blog for a year then think about monetizing it.