5 best ways to monetize your blog

 Blog monetization techniques
Have you heard that you could earn money online? Initially, when I found out that about making money online, I thought it’s a just myth because doing online business does not have a guarantee. When I earned my first income $51 from Bubblews, then I realize that we can make money online.
Do you want to make money online? Then this is the right place for you to learn how people make millions of dollars online through blogging. In this article, I am going to tell you how to earn money online with your blog because newbie bloggers don’t aware of the way of monetizing their blog apart from Google Adsense. The beginner starts the monetizing their blog with Google Adsense. Also, it’s not easy to get approved by Adsense so I would recommend you try different monetizing techniques. Don’t depend on a single income source.

1. Google Adsense

Most of the newbie blogger monetize their blog with Google Adsense. Google Adsense will pay you for every single click on the Ads, so this technique is called pay per click(PPC). You will get from $0.1 to $5 per click. Somewhere I read that the top website will get up to $50 per click; it sounds crazy, but it is a real fact.  This is why top bloggers earn millions of dollars through PPC techniques.

Read the complete guide of Google Adsense


  • You will get several ads banner
  • You can customize ads
  • Easy to set up


  • Hard to get approve
  • Threshold amount to withdraw money is $100

Here are some article about Adsense

2. Affiliate Marketing

Another popular way to monetize your blog where you will get paid & rewarded for helping the business by promoting their products, service, or sites on your site. The role of your is publishers. You will get 20%-68% commission according to their products. In these techniques, you will get more money than Adsense depending on the sales. The only cons of this are it is suitable for only high traffic blogs. In short, you sell the someone else products on your blog, when the visitors click on your affiliate products links and buy that product, then you will get commission according to it. Here is a complete guide for Affiliate Marketing

Where will you get products to promote?

  1. Commission Junction
  2. Shareasale
  3. Hostgator
  4. Clickbank
  5. Amazon affiliate network

3. Selling ad space

In this monetizing technique, all you need to do is sell the ad space on your website. First, you need to set up the price for your ad space. You will get paid according to your site traffic. First, Advertisers will check your blog stats then they will connect with you for the pricing. This program will help you only when if you have more traffic.
Where can I let others know that my website is selling ad space?
2. AdvertiseSpace
Apart from these two networks, you can also create an ‘Advertise here’ page and write there your requirements.

4. Email rental

Do you know that we can sell the email list to the third party? Here you can earn money by renting the email list to the third party who is looking to promote the products or services to your audiences. The email addresses must be in working conditions. The dedicated emails include the content of advertisers & sent to your audience on their behalf. We need to collect the working email addresses and sell it to business.

5. Selling E-book

If you have expertise in something, then you can use your passion to earn money online. You can create an e-book of your knowledge and sell this on your blog. Most of the bloggers create an ebook on some topics and sell them at an affordable price.
Apart from this, there are other ways to monetize your blog, but these are the easiest ways. Recently Google has introduced the new way to monetize your blog- Google Consumer Survey you can use that one too.
If you like this article, then share it with your audience and let us know how you monetize your blog.
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Amit Kharbade

Editor/Writer at ScrollBucks
Engineer, Blogger, Writer, and the man behind ScrollBucks. Amit has been contributing to ScrollBucks since 2014. He is writing about Blogging, Adsense Guide, WordPress tutorials, Affiliate marketing, and reviews.

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