We have had sidebars on our blog off and on over the years. We take a look at the role they play in monetizing your WordPress site.
This weekly podcast brought you straight-forward actionable tips on how to monetize your WordPress site or blog. We will will talk about online stores, advertising, affiliate marketing, selling your services and/or products, courses, memberships and anything else you can think of to make money on your site. We aren’t promising you get-rich schemes or false promises, but steps you can take to help your reach your goals.
When I mentioned on a podcast that traditional advertising is dead, not all agreed. But today I explain more of what I mean by that observation.
I use affiliate links in my blog posts and in various other spots on our site. These are WordPress products or services that I have found reliable and value-driven. But it’s impossible to always share that special link.
Thinking of monetizing your WordPress blog? Or perhaps you have already started. In either case, let me know what’s on your mind and what challenges you are up against.
Whether it’s clients, customers, readers or listeners, you will have people who trust you so much that they simply want a link when they are ready to buy a WordPress service or product.
In today’s show we mark the last episode with our sponsor MOJO Marketplace. And I take a little time to tell you how you can still get WordPress help even if I don’t offer it as a service anymore.
In today’s show I am chatting a bit about Black Friday and Cyber Monday for both sellers and bloggers.
Today I am talking a bit about ads on your blog. We often think of how important placement is, but also timing can be just as important. Here’s how you can have both.
If you are thinking of having sponsored posts on your blog that are written by you, but you are paid to review a service or product, this show is for you.
Like any industry there is the good, the bad and the ugly. But so many people tend to lump all affiliate marketing as “not good”. The figure since they don’t have affiliate links in their content, it’s better. Well, I tend to disagree.
You probably find a lot of WooCommerce stuff on our blog here. Wondering why? I’ve sold a lot of different stuff on our site and, well, I wouldn’t have ever done it differently.
This is a pet peeve of mine. Being a visible player in the WordPress space, I am inundated with requests to take a look at new and existing plugins. I also keep my eye on what’s happening out there. Often this all happens on social media. But regardless of the quality of the product, there …