Studies reveal that creating interesting blog posts is not enough to boost brand reputation online. At the same time, you need to make efforts to promote your blogs to bring more visitors to your platform. It is not just about sharing links on Twitter and Facebook rather you need to convert your blog posts into interesting videos and share them on YouTube to grab audience attention. There is no doubt to say that YouTube is the biggest platform for sharing video content with more than 1.5 billion monthly users. Engaging videos on this platform can naturally bring more traffic to your business. …
Is Adsense the only way to make money from your blog? Certainly, not. Many bloggers are making money without Adsense. As a blogger, you just need to figure out other profitable methods to monetize your blog.
Guess what – I did the homework.
So, if you are frustrated after applying for Google Adsense again and again, and got rejected every time then this post has got some wonderful material for you. Even, if you hate getting pennies from ad networks then you should stick to this post. Because, I will share some profitable methods to make money without AdSense.
Since a decade ago, business was all about in-person, that is offline or direct marketing. Later, all sort of business move on to online, as digital approach started proving its efficiency.
Now we will have to blindly agree that “online” itself becomes a business platform to make money through blog. No boss, No Assistants. You are everything.
There are loads of online money making sources available. Among all, these two are the predominant sources of income through online.
- Google Adsense
- Affiliate Marketing
However, I am not giving you any fake message that you can merely make money through online trying these type of sources. There are digital players still struggling to earn even enough money out of it whereas many bloggers are making millions of dollar online.
Choosing the right web hosting is one of the most important decisions you will ever make when starting your new WordPress blog. In fact, it is going to be the decision you will often make if your website starts growing in size, traffic, and popularity.
And guess what?
If you make the wrong choice, you could end up with a slow and unresponsive website that will not only scare away the visitors that come your way, but a slow loading website can badly affect your search engine rankings and growing audience before you’ve started.
Have you ever been docked?
If you have not, then there’s a need to congratulate you. It’s actually not a palatable experience to get sued for any reason and then appear before those fierce-looking magistrates and be drilled for hours. It could be emotionally and psychologically challenging.
Meanwhile, a lot of small enterprises operate with the erroneous belief that small businesses don’t get sued. What a big error of judgment! Well, for your information, anybody can be sued: individuals, small businesses or large businesses.
Don’t you believe me? It’s alright even if you don’t. But before you conclude that you are right, here’s what the U.S Chamber Institute of Legal Reform came up with their research findings:
In America in 2008, the tort liability price tag for small businesses was $105.4 billion.
81% of the business tort liability costs were borne by small businesses. Unfortunately, their revenue was only 22%.
The $35.6 billion of the tort costs paid by small businesses was paid from their pockets instead of through insurance.