There are many ways that you can monetize your blog. As an affiliate marketer, you can take advantage of these different programs and use them to make more money with very little effort other than promoting your blog. The goal here is to do the work one time and get paid over and over. Thus, you are leveraging your time to earn more money.
The best thing about using most of these systems is that once you set it up, you don't have to hassle with it anymore except to make a few tweaks to get more from your ads.
To properly monetize your blog, you need to know a little HTML. Don't let this scare you though; it's really a little more than cut and paste.
Also, once you've added your ads to your blog, make sure you preview your blog in both Internet Explorer and Firefox. About 35 percent of users online now use Firefox, and if your blog is hard to read, these readers will click away.
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