WAYS TO MAKE AND GENERATE MONEY WITH YOUR WEBSITE ONLINE










     •1. Affiliate Marketing; This is how to earn a living online. Affiliate marketing is the process of referring products or services from your website and earning a commission for every sale made and there are thousands of affiliate programs online today Which you can join such as the Clickbank, Amazon, Konga, Jumia etc.
•2 .Become a Reseller: A reseller is a lot like an affiliate except you have more control over your profits. Typically you buy the product at wholesale, set your own prices and earn on the markup. I resell hosting and domains and earn a nice residual income. Look for reseller programs in your niche by Googling [your niche] + reseller programs.

•3. Sell eGoods (Templates, eBooks, Software, Reports, etc.); The key to building longevity online is to have your own product to sell. Digital products are convenient because the cost of production and delivery is very favorable.
I use PrintFriendlyPDF to create my eBooks Online without Software’s. also these kinda business profits me, i use my shop which handle the sales[starting from ordering of products to receivivg of payment to delievering the good after payment is receive while i sit back doing Other things.
•4. Looking for a vendor to sell your eProduct?; Try Clickbank or eJunkie. You Can use Clickbank as a vendor to sell your stuffs. Hard goods are tangible goods that you can touch (crafts, jewelry, clothing, etc.) WordPress has plugins you can use like WP e-Commerce, for example. If you have a static site like this one, most hosting companies have shopping cart solutions you can install. You can also Receive Your Payment for Sales Made via PayPal, Direct Bank Transfer, Online Payment using ATM Cards like Verve, Master cards, Visa etc..
5. Google AdSense;-  AdSense is a contextual CPC (cost per click) network allows you to partner up with Google and display their advertiser’s text and/or image ads on your website. When a visitor clicks your ads, you earn revenue.
6. Media.net:-  Media.net is a decent alternative to AdSense for some websites. If you were banned from AdSense or are looking for an alternative, this may be a good choice.

7. Chitika:-  Chitika is another CPC network with a variety of ad types. One unique feature of Chitika is the ads only show up when people find your site via internal or external search. Let’s say someone finds one of your pages by searching for “blue hats” in Google. They will see Chitika ads related to blue hats. If another visitor just surfs on that same page by clicking through your site, they won’t see any Chitika ads. I tried Chitika on this site and the conversions were poor. This network seems to be best for shopping sites due to the kinds of ads in their database. Not many ads were relevant to my content.
8. Clicksor:-  Clicksor is another contextual CPC program that is known to be less strict when it comes to getting accepted. If you qualify, you can become a Premium Site Partner which will provide more revenue options and reports.

9. Bidvertiser:-  This CPC program allows other advertisers to bid on your site and the highest bidder gets the display. Bidvertiser is known for paying a higher CPC, but it seems to work best with sites in categories specified by Bidvertiser.

Kontera: Kontera displays intext ads on your website. In other words, their program automaticall
hyperlinks certain keywords within your text and links them to related ads. I’m not a fan of this CPC
program. In my opinion, the ads look very intrusive. Nevertheless, they’ve been around awhile and
are worth the mention here.


10. CPM Networks:-  Unlike CPC (cost per click), CPM (cost per thousand) networks pay you per impression. Most networks require you to have a good amount of traffic to qualify. Nevertheless, they’re worth checking into. Burst Media, Value Click and Advetising.com are 3 popular networks.

11. RSS Feed Ads:-  If your blog has a high RSS feed readership, you may be able to generate some cash displaying ads inside your RSS (XML) feed. Feedburner, Bidvertiser and Pheedo all have these services.

12. Sell Custom Merchandise:- Sites like CafePress and Zazzle allow you to sell your own designs on various merchandise (T-shirts, mugs, hats, etc.) You can incorporate widgets and links to your products within your website to help generate additional sales. If you’re a skilled graphic designer, you can really drum up some business with this method. The key is to create the designs to match the theme of your site.

13. Sell Ad Space:-  Once you have at least several hundred visitors per day to your site, you can start thinking about selling ad space. If you’re a WordPress blogger Kamoona (free) and OIO Publisher are two popular plugins. I used OIO Publisher on my WordPress blog. It worked well, but I didn’t like that you couldn’t sell ads by impression. You could only sell by number of days. Hopefully they’ll ad this feature because it’s a great plugin otherwise.

For static website owners, you can use OIO, OpenX (free) or AdPeeps. Yes, it’s pricey at $99, but it’s so flexible. You can sell ads by day, clicks, impressions or the month. There’s even an advertiser self-service option where you can give your customer the option of choosing how many days, clicks, impressions, etc. they want to buy upfront. There are also coupon code and location targeting modules you can buy as add-ons.

14. Sponsored Reviews (Create a Review Site):-  Sites like PayPerPost and Sponsored Reviews allow advertisers to pay bloggers to write sponsored posts on their own blogs. While this can be a great way to earn money blogging, you can lose credibility if you’re not ethical about it.
It’s important to disclose that you are getting paid to write the post so your audience is clear about what is going on. Fortunately most companies makes disclosure mandatory. If you don’t want to use a service like the ones above, you can setup your own internal program very easily. Just create and publish your guidelines then accept payments via PayPal, Direct Bank Transfer, Online Payment using ATM Cards like Verve, Master cards, Visa etc. Of course, this service works best on niche blogs that have enough targeted traffic to support it.

15. Donations:-  I’m not a huge fan of this method unless the site provides unparalleled advice/services for free. Obviously charity sites are the exception, but I absolutely hate seeing donation buttons on sites laced with affiliate links and Google ads. I have donated to sites before using my PayPal account at the time of closing the paypal account due to unable to meet up with their demands to operate a verified US PayPal Account here from Nigeria, but they are usually sites that offer something very valuable like a useful WordPress plug-in or some kind of free service that you can’t just find anywhere. Nevertheless, if you decide to accept donations, PayPal, Voquepay is the most universal way of doing it.

16. Paid Membership Sites:- Thanks to CMS platforms like Joomla and Drupal (which you can install for free when you buy almost any regular hosting package), setting up a membership site is fairly easy (comparatively) these days, buy if you need it, i can set it up for you for a little amount

17. Pay Per Click Marketing (PPC):- This is the process of paying for traffic with networks like
AdWords or Microsoft AdCenter with the hopes of converting that traffic into sales
Say you are selling iPhone cases and you want your site to be ranked in Google’s Sponsored
Listings when someone searches for “iPhone cases.” You would bid on a ranking with other
advertisers, and your final rank depends on the overall quality/relevancy of your site and your
maximum bid. This is a great way to make a lot of money selling your own products and through
affiliate marketing, but there is a LOT of trial and error involved here. Most successful PPCers lose a
lot of money before they make a profit.

18. Paid Surveys/Polls:- Vizu Answers will pay you to host surveys and polls on your site. You can
also use them to setup free polls on your site for free.
I don’t know of anyone who uses this service, but their site is not very easy to navigate.

19. Job Boards:- Companies will pay you to publicize job listings on your website. The key, of
course, is to promote jobs related to your niche. So this may work better on some sites than others.

Finally; In all, Nothing is too Hard for God to do, If Men/Women can do any of these, You too Can
do. It Only Requires Your Willingness and Time to it,
As A Man Thinks In His Hearth, So it is…..
Shalom! !! !!!

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