2022 Guide to Monetizing Your Website or Blog
What you'll learn
- Various options for monetizing a website or blog
- How to identify the right monetizaton strategy for your website
- The estimated income, requirements to start, and pros and cons of each monetization strategy
- The laws to know before monetizing any website
- How to maximize revenue for a website
- A website or blog to monetize
Websites have become online real estate and offer a unique opportunity to generate revenue online. Many websites rely on only one to two common monetization strategies and miss out on the wide variety of opportunities that exist to monetize a website.
In this course you will not only discover a wide array of monetization strategies, you also gain access to resource lists full of websites where you can immediately begin implementing the strategies. The research has all been done for you!
As we look at each monetization strategy you will see:
Your estimated income
Requirements to start
Pros and cons of using the strategy
Examples of the monetization strategy in action
When working towards monetizing your website, you need to know what you’re working towards so you can monitor how it’s going and make sure you end up with the result you actually want. That's why we'll start by making sure you're clear on this by going through a series of questions you should be asking.
By the end of this course you will have expanded your knowledge on the wide range of opportunties that exist to monetize your website and you will have the specific tools and resources available to you to get started right away.
Who this course is for:
- Website owners interested in monetizing or improving the revenue of their website
- Digital marketing agencies interested in increasing the revenue of their client's websites
Christine is a Web Design & SEO Business Coach at Portable Entrepreneur where she directly helps web design and SEO startups through education, coaching and services.
Christine has been a web designer for nearly 15 years - 10 of which she has been self-employed. Her work has taken her from working for some start-up dot com companies in the early 2000's to working as a contractor for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense to her own home office.
In her time, she has built 100's of websites and blogs primarily on WordPress and Joomla. Christine has also provided training to individuals and businesses to help them manage their websites on their own with no knowledge of web coding.