Hey guys! Jessica from BLOGABILITY here! The most frequently asked question we get from beginning bloggers is absolutely, “how can I make money blogging?” Well, today we decided to have our Ad Partner MONUMETRIC come talk to you guys about how ad monetization works, and why it is so awesome! Monumetric has been managing our ads over on Pretty Providence for almost two years now and we couldn’t be happier with their team, customer service and of course monetization results. Without further ado… meet MONUMETRIC! Avid bloggers know that behind each perfect picture of casserole and snap of the cutest mess free Halloween craft lies hours and hours of hard work. What you do is no walk in the park. You continue to write, shoot, and share because you love what you do and want to share your passions with the world. They say “hard work pays off” right? But are you getting what you deserve for all you do? Many bloggers don’t realize how much they could be making for what they are already doing. They fear not having time, means, or simply not knowing where to start. Thankfully there is a team that can help and they know exactly what your site needs to be profitable. We believe in enabling you to do what you love by helping you have the means to do so. By optimizing your ads, you can create added revenue on your site.
Hey friends! As you probably already know (or you wouldn’t be reading this) photography is a critical component to growing a successful blog or online business. The majority of blog traffic is driven by social media, and social media is driven by beautiful images. When people are captured by a photo you took, they are more likely to follow you, more likely to click through (and page views = money), and more likely to make or buy whatever you are suggesting.
Sometimes the hardest part about doing anything worthwhile is taking that first step. The first step is the one that takes the most bravery. It is when you declare that you are trying something new to everyone that knows you. I can’t tell you how often I come across people who really want to do something, but they are paralyzed with the fear of taking that first step. Others, maintain that they will practice their craft until they become an expert at it and then they will begin. But we all start somewhere.