If you’re curious to know how you can make money without selling anything online, then read this article carefully as I discovered a method that might just help you do that.
I’m not trying to piss on your leg here and tell you it’s raining so I have to warn you this method is not new and many people have tried it in the past, some have had great success, others have failed miserably.
Just like with any other business endeavor, those who were willing to learn, worked hard and stayed consistent throughout the whole process, those people had tremendous success with this system.
Having said that, let’s get to it. To put it simply, this method is all about creating a publishing business where you get paid when people simply click on an ad on your website.
They don’t have to buy anything after they click on your ad in order for you to get paid. You only get paid a certain amount of money every time someone clicks on your ads.
To make this work, you need to set up a blog and create valuable content that will entice people to visit your site, read your articles and eventually click on ads that are relevant to what they are looking for.
On the surface this sounds simple enough but there are ways and ways you can go about it. I’ve done my homework and discovered the smartest path you can take in order to maximize your chances for success with this method.
There are 4 key steps that make this business model successful:
STEP 1: Build A Profitable Niche Website.
In this step we build a niche website. So what is the best way to pick a niche for our website?
We need to do some research in order to find a profitable niche. Usually the most profitable niches people build websites for are heath & fitness, wealth and dating.
These are great markets but they are not the most profitable niches for our pay per click model.
If you go to Google Adwords Keyword Planner tool and type in the keyword ”weight loss” and hit search, you will find out how much advertisers are paying to advertise on Google Ads.
Every time someone clicks on their website for the term ”weight loss”, advertisers are paying a minimum of $1.96 and all the way up to $7.90 per click.
The reason why we need to know how much advertisers are willing to pay per click is because we are going to put ads on our website and we are going to get a percentage (usually between 40 to 50 percent) of what advertisers will be paying when people click on the ads we have placed on our website.
If up to this point you’re still about as confused as a fart in a fan factory, I suggest you keep on reading as I promise you things will get more clear as we dig deeper into this.
So if you were to get paid 50 percent of the amount of $7.90 every time someone clicks on an ad on your website, you would think that is a profitable niche to go into, right?
WRONG! There are niches that are way more profitable than that. If you go on Google and type in ”the highest paying AdSense keywords”, you’re going to find the top 10 highest paid Adsense keywords for 2021 by niche:
- Insurance $61 CPC (cost per click).
- Gas/Electricity $58 CPC.
- Loans $50 CPC.
- Mortgage $46 CPC.
- Attorney $48 CPC.
- Lawyer $42 CPC.
- Donate $42 CPC.
- Conference Call $42 CPC.
- Degree $40 CPC.
- Credit $38 CPC
These are the niches advertisers pay the most because these are some of the biggest industries in the world.
These industries have deep pockets and because of that there is a lot of competition and this is the reason why companies spend big money on ads.
If once again you go to Google Adwords Keyword Planner tool and type in the keyword ”online colleges” and hit search, you’ll discover that advertisers are paying a minimum of $36.52 and all the way up to $138.86 per click!
Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit if that’s not a lot of money advertisers are paying per one, single click.
So would you be satisfied to get a percentage from ads that pay $7.90 or would you rather get a percentage from ads that pay $138.86 per click? That was a rhetorical question, of course.
Let’s do one more example. If you were to search ”car insurance”, the cost per click for this keyword is between $38.30 at the lowest range and $112.59 at the highest range.
Congrats! I just showed you how to pick the most profitable niches for this business model.
What you need to do next is build a website. Search on Google for the best deals to buy a domain name and hosting for your website.
The domain name will cost you about $10 per year and
hosting will cost you about $5 per month.
As far as building a website, I suggest you install a WordPress theme or pay someone 10 bucks on Fiverr to install an Adsense optimized WordPress theme blog for you.
Make sure your website is mobile optimized because more than 55% are surfing the net on a mobile device on this day and age.
Once you have your blog setup, you need to start creating and adding content to your site.
Now you can either do your own research and write the articles
yourself or you can hire professional freelancers to write original, quality articles for you.
If you’re on a shoestring budget, you can write the blog posts yourself and later on when you start making money you can outsource it to someone else.
What else do we put on our site? We put ads from different ad partners on our blog.
Now if you have created a website about online colleges and someone clicks on an ad on your site that is relevant to online colleges, your ad partners will pay you a percentage for that click.
STEP 2: Drive Targeted Traffic
It’s really important you know how to drive traffic to your site because if you have a website with no traffic, you won’t make any money.
There are 3 ways you can drive traffic:
1) SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Traffic. This is where you optimize your website to show up on search engines like Google when people type in certain keywords in your niche.
Search engines provide high quality traffic but it takes a long time to get your website to rank and that is why this is more of a long term solution.
2) Social Media Traffic. You can get bursts of social viral traffic from Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter. If you know how to do this right, you can get floods and floods of free, viral traffic coming to your site.
Don’t just sit there and think if you build it they will come. You need to go out there and promote your content.
Make an action plan and try various traffic sources to see which ones send you more traffic.
Think long-term and don’t expect to get a ton of traffic over night. You have to keep at it and persevere until you get the snowball effect of getting lots of traffic as a direct result of promoting all your blog posts on multiple traffic channels.
Before you start spreading the news, make sure the content you create is unique and provides real value to people interested in your niche.
This way, if people like your articles, there is a chance they will share your content with family and friends as well.
Every time you create a valuable piece of content, it’s time to drive traffic. You need to go where the people in your niche are and start the conversation.
Join Facebook groups, LinkedIn Groups, Pinterest Boards, Quora spaces and forums related to your niche and make yourself useful by providing value and linking to relevant articles on your blog as well.
As long as you provide value, people will welcome you and will check your website for more information.
You should also create pages & groups on these platforms and grow them organically over time. It costs you nothing do do so and as long as you provide real value, more people will join you groups and follow you.
You can repurpose small parts of each article into video, audio and slides and use them as teaser content and share them on sites like YouTube, SoundCloud and SlideShare.
Use these small bits of content as bait by giving them a small valuable tip and encouraging them to visit your blog post for more in depth info.
3) Paid Traffic. You can get paid traffic from Google, Bing, Facebook ads and so on... To get the ball rolling in the beginning it might not be a bad idea to spend a little bit of money to get you started and if at the end of the day, as long as you spend 1 penny on traffic and make 2, 3, 4, 5 pennies back, then you have a positive ROI (return on investment) and you can scale your business even more.
You should focus on getting high quality, lowest cost & free traffic as much as possible. You should always be testing various traffic sources to see which ones produce the highest ROI for your business.
STEP 3: People Click On Your Ads.
Once we build our website and get people to visit our blog, now people will read our articles and a certain percentage will see some ads that they like and click on them and you make money.
It’s very important you know where to position your ads on your pages so that people find them and click on them in a natural way.
Putting an ad in the middle of your content is a great way to grab your site visitors’ attention and get them to click. After all, an ad within your blog’s content puts a break in-between paragraphs, forcing readers to see the ad.
Another great place to put an ad is the space below the navigation menu, and above the content.
Make sure the ad is slim enough to not affect the site’s content, but clear enough that anyone visiting the web page will see it.
This will get people’s attention and convince them to click to see what the ad is all about.
Also using the whitespace on either side of your content is another hot ad placement position.
These ads are usually large and have bold graphics to capture
people’s attention without taking too much away from the site’s content.
You can also build a big targeted list of loyal subscribers so you can send them a notification every time you write a new blog post or you can send them emails promoting various products as an affiliate.
STEP 4: Make Money. As long as people visit your site, read your articles and click on your ads, you are getting paid even when you sleep as your website works 24/7 for you.
This is where you stop treading your time for dollars and experience true financial freedom. You can do this from anywhere in the world.
You’re probably wondering who pays you when people click on ads?
The top 2 ad partners that pay you the most money are Google Adsense and Media.net but there is a catch as very few sites get accepted into these programs because there is so much competition already.
But if you were to get accepted by Google, they have two programs: Adsense for Content and Adsense for Search. With Adsense for Content you’re going to get 68% when someone clicks on an ad.
With Adsense for Search you’re going to get 51% when someone clicks on an ad.
Adsense for Content is when you have a website and you place ads on your website.
AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you'll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.
Now I don’t know if the method presented here dills your pickle or not, but there’s more where that came from...
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