Feeds + Email + Adsense = More $
For many people, outside of establishing themselves as an expert, the entire point of creating a niche website or blog is to earn money.
There are many ways to earn money from a website including selling products you’ve created, affiliate marketing, hosting advertisements, but also the old tried and true method of putting AdSense links and advertisements into your website or blog still works for many.
Most people rely on on-site SEO or Search Engine Optimization measures such as writing keyword rich articles, blog posts, and placing other keyword rich content for the website. This works very well, but due to Google’s constantly changing algorithm, you need to do more than this to increase your AdSense income. Persistent marketers can add in off-site SEO measures to gain additional traffic, like article marketing and social media marketing.
But, there is another idea that you might not have thought of: Email.
You can boost your AdSense income by including AdSense links via email. No, you’re not allowed to put AdSense code in an email or newsletter but, you can place them through AdSense for feeds. This program allows publishers to send their feed content via email. Always check with Google’s policies to ensure that this is allowed, as they change their rules occasionally.
Taking advantage of Adsense for Feeds and then redirecting that Feed through an email marketing list using tools such as Blog Broadcast for Aweber can give you a strong edge in building your adsense income.
The most important aspect is that you promote every last blog post, article, and new product that you are promoting on your website through all mediums, including email. If you are not excited about the blog posts, articles and other content that you put on your website, why should anyone else be?
If you want people to read it, ask them to read it! It’s more than likely they will click through and read. Once they do that, if they like the content, they may click on a few AdSense links on your website in the process.
~ Kim ~
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