Even small sites that are mainly just a blog, for example, can do things to improve the usability of their site and potentially monetize it. It's important to create interesting pieces that are easy for viewers to engage with. It's not productive, to stuff a lot of keywords into a piece of content, or ram it full of images. It's worth shelling out a bit more for a web host that will provide a better website speed. Higher Google rankings tend to align with sites which have a secure sockets layer implemented. Consider AMP, or accelerated mobile pages. Most online buyers are accessing their buys on Mobile. AdSense is the best-paying option. If a blog site reviews products Amazon Affiliates is an excellent way to monetize a blog site. For an affiliate website, AWIN is the biggest, besides covering a really wide array of products. Once a site achieves some profitability, management services, which can take over a lot of the advertising day-to-day issues, is a useful possibility to consider.
- You can monetize a website in a lot of ways and with dozens of advertising platforms once there is some traffic.
- More important to traffic than SEO, is the quality of content. Implementing SSL has been correlated to first page rankings.
- User experience matters, making website speed and mobile friendliness critical.
“There are a lot of ways to monetise your website and dozens of advertising platforms. The three easiest to deal with in my opinion are AdSense, Amazon and then AWIN.”
(abstract 3PR3LXCWSFZ5R999DQN742O2HVS9XX 3Y54SXRO1LLYH4MMWUM30FLWKVSTU6 A1X84CLJ7N1PLZ)(authorquote 3MQY1YVHS3KNEML9NLGA5IPWSMVB2Z 3EF8EXOTT1VOU4ZJICYFN7TQBWC1JI A2QQE2ZP8NSRKX)(keypoints 3L2OEKSTW9AUD9G9DU3VNK00ZV5Y84 3LRKMWOKB5HLJ4MJJ21FGKRLM1DZ2U A10MJMJYCMHW1A)