Okay, you’ve got a spanking website up and running, and you’re starting to populate it with content to bring people to your website. And this is the step where you actually start to create your fund, i.e. earn some money. Is that exciting or what?
Now there are actually quite a lot of ways to go about doing this. Not all of them will be available to you at first. Some will require that your website has a certain amount of traffic, but there are plenty out there that don’t.
In this section, you’ll find out what these methods are, and the pros and cons that come along with them. As always, there are good and not-so-good programs within each different method. We’ll run through some of them, and I’ll let you know what I think are some of the better options out there.
For instance, one of the most popular methods of earning money from your website traffic is to use affiliate programs. You’ll learn about what they are and why you should, or shouldn’t use them on your website. As with most online niches, there are scams out there just waiting to suck up money from you or visitors to your website. Those will give your website a bad reputation, so I will let you know how to spot these and avoid them!
I’ll also tell you what your visitors want to see when they’re being recommended something, and that’s a huge part of what pulls conversions in. There’s a formula here that you need to know.
Targeted Traffic + Irresistible Offer = $$$
Of course, within these two aspects of creating your online-powered fund, there are lots of things to cover, and you’ll find many tips right here in this section.
What should you choose to use? Well, there’s no right or wrong answer. I can inform and recommend all these different ways for you to use, but you know what matters in the end? Exactly, it’s whether you go and actually try these methods out for yourself! Each website has a different demographic, so your audience might just respond to say, cost per action (CPA) marketing far better than affiliate marketing. So you’ve got to experiment a little bit to find out what works for you, and scale things up from there.
Once again, I’d appreciate if you could hit the comments section below so I can know how to help you and other readers better. Oh and by the way, I won’t pretend to know everything. If I don’t know something, I’ll say it upfront and not create something out of nothing. Smoke bombs are not my style.
Thanks for reading! I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Your Online Funding Guide,