- Creating A Profitable Online Business In 2020
Creating A Profitable Online Business In 2020
Your first year should be 100% creating organic content. This includes writing reviews, info posts, best of posts, vs. articles, and Youtube.
Do that consistently for a year and you'll be making money and generating traffic.
The next step is looking at ad networks to add to your site and hiring a writer. Don't bother with either of these two until you're getting traffic and making around $1000 a month.
A very popular ad network is Mediavine which a lot of members here are part of. Kyle did recommend that I think twice about joining because you have to sign a contract and they have control over certain aspects of your website.
This is a personal choice you're going to have to consider.
You need 25,000 sessions to be approved, however, and your traffic has to be tier one (America, Canada, UK).
I had 100,000 sessions but had a post form South Africa making up half my traffic so I was actually denied from Mediavine. I may try again later once I get American traffic up.
But in the mean time I'm running Adsense ads on my site and I'm making between $300 to $500 with Adsense. Not bad.
As far as hiring a writer just read Jerry's training on it:
That's one of the best trainings I have ever come across and teaches you how to hire a filipino writer.
Filipinos write English well and because of their standard of living will work full time for $500 a month.
I hired a writer a year ago and she's great. She's a hard worker, writes well and couldn't be happier with her performance.
Once you hire a writer you can start another business (following this guide), doubling efforts to create more content, focus on Youtube more, start paid traffic, etc.
Hiring a writer is a must at some point to grow.
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I just got question. The best seller for any niche will be different from Amazon.com, and Amazon.com.au, and Amazon.com.uk, Amazon.com.ca as we know.
In this case, we will have limitless product to review and make best of list. Am I right?
Note: I know that Amazon made onelink possible for associated affiliates.
Have nice day.
I got what you mean about using YT NOW.
We use the YT to get rid of competition so we can make video with keyword not the same as that used into the article ( the same meaning) to drive traffic to the website.
It just WOW. YouTube is easy and great.
As a reader, I would be irritated if I am looking at a product review and am not directed to a place to buy that product.
Same with best of posts - I link to an individual product review then an affiliate link.
Hope this helps, Steve.
(it would be kind of suspicious to the reader if all your links just went to Pet Care Supplies).
Why would it be suspicious if all the links point to Pet Care Supplies? We link to Amazon all the time with these "best of" posts and that isn't suspicious, is it?
it probably means that a reader may not think you're unbiased when it comes to products from Pet Care Supplies.
By having Amazon and maybe another 1 or 2 affiliate programs you don't just look like a salesperson for Pet Care Supplies.
Hope this helps
All the best
I think its very well done, and I trying that, It wouldn't cost me cause I have the products (bonus) to give.