Creating a blog is as easy as creating any profile on a social network. You don’t even have to have knowledge in programming or writing, you have to know what you want to talk about. Now, monetizing that content is much harder than starting the blog.
First, you have to have a publishing flow. Usually in the beginning you should be presenting at least two articles per day. In addition to connecting it to social networks that have the same name and Email as the Blog. Those are the basic requirements to start making money with your website.
Then there’s the issue of generating organic growth through keywords and SEO. That is the most difficult thing to control because it is completely linked to monetization. The more readers you have, the easier it will be to make money from your productions.
If you want to have monetization through AdSense you have to generate followers organically. Anyway, there is a tool called Traffic Arbitrage, which works to win clicks faster.
You use traffic generated by another person in arbitrage. The next step is to determine when and what kind of traffic you want to buy, and how much you want to spend on it. The disparity between advertising costs for one resource and money paid for by the other is the net profit.
An advertiser is a person buying and selling traffic. This participant redirects traffic by buying and selling it on a website.
It’s one of the most unknown tools in AdSense. Traffic Arbitrage, you can call it a business strategy where you purchase traffic at a lower price, resell it, and gain revenue on your blog site.
MediaFem offers a series of, not only short- and long-term goals regarding profits, but has evolved a series of codes for so-called niche marketing, which allows all ads to reach places where there is real interest in what is offered.
For their solutions, publishers can choose between the bidding headers and the regular One Ad Code form. A few of the MediaFem ads are video, mobile, web, and native.
Also published on Medium.