Bloggers can register in online content monetization programs. There are literally many that provide this service for bloggers, affiliate marketers, website owners and also content developers.
But number should remain as number. We shouldn’t get excited looking at the numbers of content monetization program providers.
All have their own shares of advantages and limitations.
We, as bloggers whose long-run goal is to make money out of our blogs should exercise well in studying their advantages and limitations.
Time is precious. We cannot afford to waste our time spending on less helpful blog monetization programs.
I have also studied some of such programs. I have registered in which I think would worth my time and effort.
In some, though I really wish to register and start monetizing my blog, I couldn’t do so due to their own policies or non-availability of their services in this geographical area.
Google Adsense is one of the best content monetization programs any experienced online marketing expert would recommend for you.
It’s said that one can earn whenever visitors genuinely click on those ads displayed in your website/blog footer, header, and sidebars.
Bloggers can submit the application for it. The Adsense team will review the blog you’ve submitted and respond accordingly.
The response from their side will be either approval or disapproval. Former happens for new bloggers usually.
I love Google Adsense looking at the quality of their ads formats, availability of various helps for it, mode of payment and its popularity.
But it has a lot of restrictions and complicated policies.
Since my application is also in a review status, I cannot comment much about Google Adsense’s earning levels.
Will I recommend this to Bhutanese Bloggers?
Yes. It’s quite obvious that you will get disapproved for first few instances. First develop a good contents and traffics.
It’s not recommended for bloggers having less number of articles or low traffics. It’s not for few days old bloggers.
Infolinks is the best Google Adsense alternative program for blog monetization. Registration procedures are simple and rules are easy.
There are also not many approval scrutiny processes like in Google Adsense. This is best recommended for new bloggers who are having few numbers of posts and traffics level is quite lower.
I have signed up with it few weeks before and it’s running successfully in my blog. I am earning at least $0.8 per day. And its payment threshold is $100.
This means Infolinks will send your earnings when your accumulated earnings reach $100.
This is quite lower when compared with other programs, which indeed is good for us.
Viglink is another blog monetization program that is as easy as Infolinks in installation and integration with your blog.
The good part of Viglink is that it doesn’t have strict approval policies like in Google Adsense or other affiliate programs.
Once you sign up with it and add its code in your template, things thereafter are being carried out by Viglink.
Even high paid keyword linking is also done by itself. Literally you don’t have to do anything.
I have also signed up with it few weeks back. As of now, my blog couldn’t generate even a single cent out of this. May be things would change.
Chitika is also one of my recommendations to monetize your blog. It also doesn’t have many approval procedures.
The integration and approval are very quick. But, I personally didn’t like it due to that fact of its account needing to get verified with paypal account.
Since I don’t paypal account, I didn’t add this in my blog. Bloggers having paypal account can try it. It appears more tempting compare to infolinks and bidvertiser.
I personally love Bidvertiser and Infolinks more than other blog monetization programs I know of.
The revenues/earnings my blog could receive in my respective account are higher in these two affiliate programs.
These two also has less approval procedures and integration is very easy. I think even primary school kid can do that. Guides are given in their respective websites.