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Monetizing Your Blog | PalTip Blog Series: How To Blog

Monetizing Your Blog | PalTip Blog Series: How To Blog



Making money from your blog

When should you start thinking about monetizing your blog?

Some people suggest monetizing your blog when you’ve written 30-50 posts. When deciding on how to monetize your blog, you have to keep your audience in mind. Your readers come back to your blog because you are feeding them great, relevant content. They will not continue to read your blog if you suddenly put up flashy banner ads all over your site.

One other important note; don’t expect to make lots money on your blog right away. It takes time to build a converting readership! However, you have to start somewhere, so let’s start!

Disclosure

Remember that as soon as you start monetizing your blog, regardless of the types of compensation, you must include a disclosure statement on your blog – and you can’t hide it.

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