Monday, 21 November 2011

make good money with your blog

have been taking the internet by storm, putting the web
to work for them to make money on line. Without selling
any products on their own or dealing with customers, pay
per click affiliates make the most of the internet and
boost their income. Never heard of pay per click affiliates?
If you have spent any amount of time surfing the net, you
have almost certainly noticed the advertising banners and
pop-up ads on virtually every web site you visit. These
advertisements are placed by sponsoring companies who
reward the host sites - their pay per affiliates - every time
a visitor clicks on the advertisement. So how does this


It might seem like nothing more than a pipe dream but
making money as you trawl through profiles of friends,
prospective and ex boyfriends and girlfriends is actually a
reality. an upstart social networking enterprise, offers to
pay its users as they increase the page impressions of
their public profiles, upload photos to share and refer
others to join in the fun. All of this is achieved by a
proportionate payment structure that sees around half of
the website’s advertising revenue – its chief source of
income - distributed directly to its user base.
Admittedly it’s still early days but with around half a
million registrations to date and no shortage of
testimonials, Yuwie looks like the real deal.
2. Blogging
There are two ways to make cash through blogging:
either by earning commission from advertising banners
placed alongside a blog of your own or by engaging in
the (slightly dubious) practice of “sponsored” blogging.
An array of third party tools is available in the case of the
former option; Google’s ads remains one of the more
popular solutions. Just establish yourself a decent blog,
configure the ads and see what happens. Sponsored
blogging on the other hand is an altogether more
calculated affair, with specialists such as bloging and
providing a platform through which companies
essentially contract bloggers to post favourable content
about their products in exchange for cash. Unethical,
granted, though nonetheless undoubtedly fruitful for
those subtle enough to get away with it.

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