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Your Questions About Blogging For Money Work


Daniel asks…

how does adsense and blogging work to make money?

how does adsense and blogging work to make money? is it just a way for other people to make money off your work and you just get a little out of it?

admin answers:

It works like this…….

The ad publishers pay Google for their ads to be placed all over the net & some will end up on your blog – those that are relevant to your blog’s content.

So, if your site visitors click on the adsense ads on your blog (its likely they will as the ads are related to the content of your blog which it is assumed they are interested in) you will earn a certain amount of adsense revenue.

This revenue is a portion of the amount the advertiser pays Google – Google takes their cut & the rest is yours – this could be a 50/50 split but nobody knows for sure.

Also the amount you earn for each click could vary between $0.01 and more than $10.00 (unlikely to be this high though although it can happen)

For more information on making money with your blog go here >>
http://www.internetbusiness.co.za/online-business-startup.htm

Maria asks…

How can I make money from a website?

I’m planning on making you-tube videos and then posting those videos on my site. I’m already aware of “adsense”. But I don’t know what an e-book is. And how can I make money from blogging? And how does trafficking work? I need as much help as possible. Thanks for reading this.

admin answers:

You can sell items at auction sites, like Ebay.com. You can sell items at Amazon.com.
You can start a blog for free, like at Blogger.com and monetize with Google Adsense, Amazon affiliate program or there are many third party programs you can join and add ads to your blog. You can sell craft items at at any online craft store, like etsy.com and there are many others. You can offer to tutor students online. You can write articles and submit to websites, like Associated Content.

First, never, ever pay a fee to get a job. Many scams will want you to pay a registration fee, materials fee or information fee. Run far away from these!

You will most likely not find a true online data entry job. What you will find are jobs that utilize your data entry skills along with other skills. Jobs like at home customer care representative, transcription, writer, proofreader, editor, blogger, telemarketing from home, mystery shopping, virtual assistant, and freelance projects are the most prevalent.

Money can be made online with affiliate marketing. All you need is a computer, access to the internet and a bit of time to learn how.

How to Make Money Online Without Spending Money?
Http://i-make-money-without-money.blogspot.com/

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Your Questions About Blogging For Money

Laura asks…

could someone explain to me exactly how I would make money blogging?

I am a little confused on exactly how I would make money by blogging, I mean who pay me and how, once I blog who come to my page and how do I get them there. I really appreciate if some one could break it down for me.

Thanks!

admin answers:

Most die-hard bloggers have heard that you can make money blogging, but some don’t realize how easy it can be. From Google Adsense to pay per post deals, it’s never been easier to make money blogging. But should a blogger sell out to a pay per post or add revenue site? What are the most popular pay per post blog revenue sites to make money blogging today?

Blogitive, at http://www.blogitive.com is a pay per post site that offers jobs on a first come, first served irregular basis. When clients buy advertising, the jobs are posted, and the first bloggers to accept the jobs get them. Pay is $5 per post, but a little creative writing work is necessary to get blogitive to accept a blog posting. You are given a lengthy press release, and you must incorporate it into your blog along with a link to the client. You must only use one client link, which is attached to a special keyword. Blogitive pays decently, and is somewhat reliable with payment. Jobs are infrequent, but the more blogs you have listed with blogitive, the better your chances of obtaining a job will be. They pay every dime you make money blogging through paypal.

Bloggingads, at http://www.bloggingads.com is a startup blog pay per post site. They also pay $5 through paypal per ad. They offer the entire ad, which can be copied word for word and pasted into the blog, or you can make the ad your own by altering it. It is an easy way to make money blogging. Bloggingads does not have a lot of jobs to offer, but they pay for the test blog entry. Unlike blogitive, bloggingads puts their client / blogger information on the same page. Blogitive puts its client advertisements on a separate site that is not attached to the blogger base.

Blogsvertise, at http://www.blogsvertise.com is a newer blog pay per post site. Blog sites must be approved, and topics are assigned to members. They do not offer a press release. You must check for tasks, and they pay through paypal. This site is not necessarily for link exchange, but more so for buzz growth. They pay ten dollars for an entry, which is a good rate to make money blogging, but if the quality of the blog increases, pay increases. They are not too selective with blogs as long as they are blogs with real writing in it and not bot writing.

Pay Per Post, at http://www.payperpost.com is a blog revenue site that is very selective with the blogs it chooses, but assignments are easy. The problem with pay per post is that they do not always make clear regulations, they have a tiny link to track blog posts, which leads to confusion, and they are not very user-friendly for all bloggers. In addition, they require a lot of personal information to submit your blog, a practice that has bloggers leery of their practices. Some feel that pay per post is an awful way to make money blogging. Pay per post pays relatively well depending on the project. Some offer over ten dollars for the post. Of course, these sites are only for pay per post. There are other ways to make money blogging like Adsense, pay to blog which is basically a glorified blog site. The pay per post sites are great because a blogger can use a little bit of time and make a nice amount of grocery money. As clients increase, pay per post jobs become more frequent, which is quite nice for those who make money blogging. The problem with pay per post blogging is basic. If you want to make adsense money, it is likely that your blog will be picked on eventually as an SEO link spammer.

Some will not make money blogging both with Adsense and pay per post. To keep this from happening, a lot of blog for cash sites suggest against the pay per post types of revenue sites if your Google ranking is better than five. Proponents of pay per post sites clarify that Google Adsense is often a limited venture, with very little revenue possible for most bloggers, so why not pay per post to make money blogging. Pay per post does tend to look funny on some blogs, and others it is basically used as a writing challenge or fun game of “Let’s see how I can get this ad to fit in my blog.”

The more serious of bloggers try to keep one “virgin blog” without advertisements of any kind and then run a few revenue blogs at the same time. For the prolific, this arrangement can net a little extra money and prove to be a great diversion. Pay per post sites are yet another way to make money blogging, a trend that is certain to grow as bloggers and companies needing the buzz of the blog unite for mutual benefit. If you want to make money blogging, all you need is a blog, some time, and the willingness to participate.

Jenny asks…

How can I make money blogging?

I just got a great idea for a blog. Any good sites for me to blog on? Would it be better to start my own website/domain? What are the ways I could make money from blogging? Is it solely advertising?

admin answers:

First off, definitely get your own domain name, it will be a lot better for you in the long run. As far as monetizing a blog, there are many different ways, you mentioned advertising which is the obvious choice, however you need a large amount of traffic to make a decent amount of money with advertising. Affiliate marketing can be a great way to make money, depending on your niche. Amazon and eBay have programs that allow you to show products on your site, and get a % based commission off every sale made. You can also sign up with an affiliate marketplace, like Click Bank – they have many different products you can sell in a variety of niches. Some of them pay as high as 75% commission. You can also run a membership site, where some of the content is free, and the rest is hidden unless you are a paid member. Again you’ll need a decent amount of traffic for this, and really good content.

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Your Questions About Blogging The Boys

Richard asks…

What makes you cry during pregnancy?

Is there anything in particular or out of the ordinary that makes you cry during pregnancy? My pregnant wife can’t keep it together during Oprah, but what does it for other people? Anything funny or unusual?

I’m an expectant dad (boy in November!) and I’m blogging – http://blog.almostadad.com and writing a book for expectant dads on how to care for pregnant women. This seems to be one of the things that seems to take guys by surprise and I’d love any feedback you have.

Thanks!

admin answers:

Your hormones are all over the place thats why she’s emotional.
This will hopefully improve. Just be supportive and know this is normal behaviour for pregnant women. We can’t say what will set us off.

Chris asks…

Gayness – a curse? (sigh, I need more space for my text,but blogging isn’t my type, lol) Thanks for reading..

I think I’m gay but i don’t like it. I had a crush on females that was when i was in kindergarten and elementary low level years,but later in my puberty,it changed to males.I am quite popular in my high school days as an intelligent and a good guy,and most of the girls like me for that, i feel that some of them had a crush on me,but i’m pretending not knowing.I want to have a girlfriend then but I am bothered in of conscience as “helping myself,but fooling the girl who will love me back”.No one knows that “i am”…I am in my college, I am 19 yrs old, i think i am happy now,studying,hanging out with my dorm8s etc. but as I am thinking of my future,i am quite sad, reallydepressed – thinking that i want to be normal guy with a wife, with children,i want to teach my future child myself as i picture.so many plans,but i think i can’t. I don’t have still any gf at all.As i imagine my boy “crushes”,i still think of a picture of a girl,and me thinking,i wished i will have a future i dreamd of.

admin answers:

You can have and raise children — get the idea that you can’t out of your head. You cannot change what you are. But there is nothing wrong with that. 16 years into a solid relationship with another male, I can assure you that there is nothing wrong with being gay. Your issue really isn’t about being gay, its about your own fear of being different. Get over that and take another look.

Kind thoughts,

Reyn

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1stMerchantFunding.com Leads With the Launch of Merchant Starter Program











Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 10, 2009

Since introducing the original Merchant Cash Advance Starter Program in February 2009, 1stMerchantFunding.com, experts in business cash advances, have helped countless businesses resolve their credit issues. 1st Merchant Funding launched the first ever Merchant Starter Program to provide yet another alternative to merchants who were declined for traditional cash advances. With their Cash For Declines Starter Advance Program, 1stMerchantFunding.com allows merchants to secure cash beginning with a starter advance.

With the Merchant Funding advantage and approval time within 24 hours, 1st Merchant Funding is the fastest and most reliable method for merchants to receive business cash advances. With a starter business cash advance, small businesses can access funds against their future credit card sales receipts. Taking advantage of a starter merchant cash advance allows merchants to get cash against their future credit card receivables. Being the original source with the largest Merchant Starter Program, 1stMerchantFunding.com assists merchants in turning future profits into cash for today.

Through the Starter Advance Program, merchants can qualify for an advance between 15%-50% of their monthly credit card volume. Subsequent funding amounts can increase with each cash advance renewal. This convenient and helpful program supports merchants as they develop healthy transactions as well as thriving, healthy businesses.

Sam Schapiro, VP of Sales at 1st Merchant Funding, states, “The 1st Merchant Funding Starter Advance Cash4Declines program has not only been a tremendous success for the company but has filled a void in the industry as a whole. ISOs and agents are thankful for the product and merchants who traditionally did not qualify for a Merchant Cash Advance can now receive continuous funding from 1st Merchant.”

With no application fees, no fixed fees, no fixed payments, and available cash within 2 days or less, the Merchant Funding Advantage gives businesses an edge to allow them to stay ahead of their competition. The Merchant Starter Program allows businesses to get working capital for their immediate use.

Roy Liu, owner of Tsukiji Sushi in Mill Valley, California, received funding against his future credit card receivables after being open for business for only 5 days.

Liu explains, “I have already been advanced over $ 30,000.00 and have been open only a total of 5 weeks. If it weren’t for the Starter Advance Program at 1st Merchant Funding, I would not have been able to open and grow so quickly in my new business.”

Josh Davis, Senior Business Financial Consultant at EZ Business Cash Advance, regularly directs clients to 1st Merchant Funding. Davis expressed his enthusiasm about the Merchant Starter Cash Advance Program.

Davis says, “My entire business is based on funding declines. I no longer submit a file for a traditional advance and wait for a decline. Now I approve the file myself and get it funded in less than 48 hours from the initial submission.”

All merchants, requiring a business cash advance, can apply at http://www.1stmerchantfunding.com. To learn more about the original Merchant Starter Cash Advance Program, contact Sam Schapiro. To get the latest news about business cash advances, visit the 1st Merchant Funding blog.

About 1stMerchantFunding.com:

1stMerchantFunding.com, the original Merchant Starter Company, is the prime source for business cash advances. With its Cash For Declines Starter Advance Program, 1st Merchant Funding offers alternative financing using future business profits to get cash for today. 1st Merchant Funding provides restaurant financing, credit card processing, and offers excellent opportunities for sales agents and an affiliate program.

Contact:

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T: 1-866-710-2265

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Your Questions About Blog For Cash

Helen asks…

What is the best program for getting cash for clicks on my blog?

I want to write a general-interest blog about my career change and a blog about investing in the stock market. I would like to get a little money out of it, and I’m always reading about Internet advertising increasing dramatically. What is the best program for getting paid when people click a hyperlink on your blog to other sites?

Thank you,
Houyhnhnm

admin answers:

Dear Houyhnhnm,

Probably the best place to start would be to visit most popular program that pay per impression. It is

http://adsense.google.com

This way, you will get paid, for the number of people who see advertisement on your blog, even if nobody clicks on the hyperlink.
In my opinion, this could be better solution for you. I saw advertising houses, such as www.valueclick.com dropping their pay-per-click (PPC) programs and switching to a CPM (cost per thousand) or affiliate programs (you will get pay for the actions your visitors take on the advertiser websites, such as: buying products or subscribing to email newsletter). Some affiliate programs, however, do offer pay-per-click, but will automatically switch you to percentage option (you will be paid percentage of revenue your visitors generate) if your conversion rates are low. Affiliate advertisers in the Investing industry pay some of the most generous rates.

The other website you should consider is: www.blogads.com.
Their ads are combination of image and text, and offer some very competitive rates.

Hope this helps,

Edvard

Paul asks…

How would I go about creating a succesful blog?

Im trying to create a blog so i can use google adsense to create some cashflow. Im trying to buy a car, but minimum wage wont get me far. I need to create a blog for some extra cash. Please help!!

admin answers:

Checkout
http://www.videoblogtips.com/

Full of great info.

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