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More... Unfortunately, any seasoned blogger who has been around the block a time or two will tell you that this isn’t the case. After all of the stressing and editing comes another task - one that, at least to some, can be even more difficult than the writing stages themselves. Promotion. In a perfect world, you could post on your blog and wake up to dozens and dozens of ...
Optimize your blogging (and browsing!) experience with these useful and often time-saving Google Chrome extensions. Social and Communication 1. Google +1 Button “+1” is short for “you should check this out” or “I think this is really cool so you would too!” With this extension you can help your friends, contacts and other random web browsers see which articles are worth checking out.
Instagram has over 500 million active users. That’s a lot of potential! Today, we're going to show you how to ta ...
Starting your own blog can be a very exciting experience, however, without the skill, knowledge and experience needed to run a successful blog, it can be very difficult to finally get it off the ground and start to see some positive income from your monetization efforts. Because of this, you may be thinking about turning to a mentor who can provide you with the help and advice ...
One of the biggest risks for publishers is working with ad networks that either pay late or not at all. Unfortunately, many publishers have suffered this fate with the bankruptcies of Mode Media and Say Media. There are also many scammy ad networks that never intended on paying at all. Since MonetizePros is in constant contact with many large publishers that work with hundreds ...
If you are unfamiliar with the term “programmatic,” in relation to advertising, it is a relatively new concept that is used to describe the use of software or other automated processes in the buying and selling of digital media. In the not too distant past, the normal way in which digital advertising would typically be bought was via a manual process that would often involve: ...
If you’ve been blogging for any considerable length of time, you’ll know that one of the biggest challenges bloggers face is figuring out how to increase the revenue from their blogs. One seemingly obvious method to do this might be to increase the traffic to your blog, but seasoned bloggers know that increased traffic is no guarantee of increased revenue.
This is a guest post by Andy Margison, founder and director ZZap Ltd. Building and running a successful e-commerce website is harder than you might think. E-commerce websites involve a whole host of factors that all need to addressed. It’s often a perception that an e-commerce website ‘runs itself’ operating on little costs.
…And What You Can Do Right Now To Change it. It is a well-established fact that it is very possible to make money online. There are countless of stories of people who have not only made the occasional few dollars online, but have gone on to quit their jobs and have been earning a full-time income from their internet businesses.
Online content publishers are struggling with an increasing number of ad tech solutions and rapidly decreasing ad revenue. Multiple source header bidding, dynamically placed mobile ads and monetization-balanced media buying are just a few of the new challenges. Based on actual experience of over 100 publishers, here are 10 steps big websites plan to take in 2017 to earn higher ad revenue. 1.
So, you want to start a blog. Or maybe you’ve already started one and you’re ready to get more serious about your blogging endeavors. If this describes you, there are countless blogging topics you could be reading about and practicing. SEO is important, as is the quality of your writing, vlogging and infographics, not to mention branding and marketing your blog.
The Internet has drastically changed our economic landscape. With just a website and a product or service, you can now access a worldwide market. Of course, you still need tools to help things run efficiently but – that’s where eCommerce platforms come in. They are an essential part of running any online store.
DFP stands for DoubleClick for Publishers and as the name implies, it’s used by various publishers as either an ad server or it can provide a lot of benefits to manage the sales process on behalf of the company. Several popular ad networks such as AdSense by Google, are usually run on DFP if the publisher chooses to.
With all the excitement on our original post about the next ad network to most likely go bankrupt, we decided to follow this up with a post to help you diagnose whether an ad network is about to go out of business. We know how painful it is to lose a huge sum of unpaid ad revenues because of an ad network bankruptcy so we want to help you prevent a huge chunk of your ad revenue ...
Somewhere along the line, we started to believe that being successful means being insanely busy all the time. True entrepreneurs sleep when they’re dead. In the meantime, they have deals to cut and hundreds of employees to micromanage all day. Not me, though. I think that sounds awful. In my opinion, it’s actually the opposite.
You’d like to have your very own webpage because you want to establish your personal brand. That’s a great idea, of course. You also felt like sending your possible clients to your social media profiles just isn’t enough, considering how distracting these platforms can be and there’s nothing special about them that would differentiate your from your competitors.
Thousands of blogs pop up on a daily basis, at least partly due to the overhyped information in the blogosphere on blog monetization. People read about bloggers who are making a decent income and become attracted to the venture without much research. Some successful bloggers fail to highlight why most blogs fail and there are those who quit before they make a cent from the efforts.
At Monetize Pros, we consider it our responsibility to keep pace with how ad networks are faring in their performance for publishers. That’s the reason we regularly blog on ad networks and their pros and cons for various kinds of publishers. This post is not a revelation but a deep dive into an ad network that has shot to the front and center of the scene with their top-notch ...