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FREE THINGS ONLINE: Monetize your website its not rocket sicence

Friday, March 2, 2007

Monetize your website its not rocket sicence

Initially I was planning on writing on PLR articles and what they are, due to unexpected circumstances moving house and all I was unable to do that, but not to worry will be posting on that shortly.

If you have great knowledge of a topic, no matter what it is, you might be able to earn quite a bit of money on it. Websites are a great way of improving your income, or even making it your living. The things you need to start up are available online for free.

1. If you have no knowledge of how to build a website there are many excellent guides and tutorials. hack you don't even need to learn anything , they are many great online web sites which guide yoiu step by step on how to create a website such as http://members.freewebs.com/

You also need some unique content to your website, if you can afford it - hire someone to write it for you. You do not need very much text, but the text you do have is perhaps the most important factor for your page. Not only does your written content improve your visitors experience while visiting your site, it makes the search engines go wild. It is recommended that you use at least 200 words on every page designed to target keywords. Of course you can find more information regarding SEO through out the web.

Graphics

In addition to written content, you should consider adding other graphics as well. This includes banners, buttons and perhaps a few customized dividers. Carefully thought out graphics is an easy way of making your webpage look like you made an effort with it.

You need an affiliate program to send your visitors to

When you are done building your webpage, it is time to figure out how to make money from it. If you offer a product or service for sale or rent - you already have a way of making money. But for those who do not have any products or services, there are others - with sites selling products matching your visitors’ needs - which are willing to pay you for sending them customers. It works in various ways, but the principle stay the same: You are marketing their products for a profit. Some of them pay you a percentage on every sale, others a fixed amount per click. Others still, are paying you a small amount every time your visitors see their banner. The possibilities are endless; you can often combine several affiliate programs to earn multiple incomes.

The process of choosing an affiliate program can be 10 seconds or two years - all depending on the depth of research put into it. You can search for a program and look at the commissions. That way you know you have a competitive affiliate program, and you are likely to earn a quite deal of money - assuming you are driving traffic their way. But, for those of you who are thorough enough to look deeper, it is possible to extend your profits even further. This takes a bit of research and testing, but often you will end up with a very profitable website.

First you need to find out as much about your visitors as you can: Who they are, how they found your website, their age and if they came from a search engine, what search term did they type in' When you have a better view over what kind of people your site is attracting, you can start looking for the ultimate affiliate program. A good tip is to use your most popular search term at Affiliate Ranker, to see what you can find. Often these will be top contenders for your final affiliate program. Use Affiliate Ranker to get a grip on how your keywords - and the affiliate programs associated with them - compares to other businesses. Do not be afraid to try programs not directly related to your topics, as long as you see a connection or you somehow consider it likely to appeal to your visitors.

Once done, you need more visitors. When you are satisfied with your site, it is time to look for your visitors. There are numerous ways of driving traffic to your site - some good, some not so good. Depending on your audience, there might be different ways of getting more visitors, but no matter what type of site you are promoting, one thing is for sure: You need incoming links! Pretty much ALL search engines calculate the importance of a specific site using the number and relevance of the links pointing to your page.

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