Step-by-Step Guide on How to Make Money Blogging
We talked about the step-by-step guide on how to start a blog, but how do you monetize your blog? Let’s answer some of the most asked questions on how to make money blogging.
How Much Money Can You Make From a Blog?
Here is our story. We created a hobby blog about BMWs at the end of 2015. It started with making nothing in Google AdSense. No matter how many times we refreshed the AdSense app, the big fat $0 would not budge. It felt discouraging initially, but we knew patience was the key, so we kept grinding. Three months rolled by as we continued to publish new and unique content while tested, optimized, and improved the website visibility on search engines. Then we started seeing a few cents coming in each day. The pennies turned into dollars as we consistently focused on optimizing content to improve ranking in organic search.
By 2018, one-third of our tracked keywords with search volume ranked on page one of Google search result, while 10% of our total tracked keywords ranked between positions one to three on the first page of Google search result. We were generating a healthy, relatively passive side-income through Google AdSense and Amazon Affiliate by 2019 without frequent content updates. The website was then successfully sold off in 2020.
Bloggers are making anywhere between a few dollars to thousands of dollars per day. It is achievable, but the difference in earning comes down to aggressive content and digital marketing strategy. We will show you how to estimate your blog earnings through Google’s tool in the upcoming section. Of course, you will need to have a blog first before getting into the “make money” part. Follow our complete guide on how to start a blog to get started.
Once your blog is properly set up, let’s talk monetization. First, the amount of money you can potentially make from a blog depends on a few factors:
5 Factors that Influence How Much Money is Made from Blogging
If you observe the successful bloggers out there, they all have the following things in common. These five key ingredients help to set a solid foundation for blog monetization.
1. Focus on Hyper-Growth of Relevant Traffic to the Blog Vertical
You need to generate a healthy amount of website traffic to create advertising income. Advertisers pay for views or clicks of their ads, so focus on building relevant online traffic to your blog first. Grow your blog visitors through channels such as search engine, paid media, social media, and email marketing. More website traffic also makes it easier to collect emails and expand your list for email marketing campaigns.
2. Integrate Income Sources into Content to Optimize Click-Through Rate
When creating your blog content, weave in the advertising into your content naturally, whether it be display ads or affiliate ads. Meaning, do not spam ads all over the webpage, which creates an unpleasant visitor journey. Instead, visually incorporate a reasonable amount of ads in your blog posts or landing pages’ natural flow. Integrated ads can improve visitors’ click-through on the ad and boost user experience.
3. Publish Family-Friendly, Authoritative, and Quality Content
Legitimate advertisers want to be on websites that produce family-friendly and quality content. Think about blog articles covering finance, consumer products and services, or technology and software. These are common verticals businesses advertise on, potentially helping you pull in bulk of your blog revenue. Be mindful of the language, audience, and visuals on your blog. Create well-researched, factually correct, authoritative, and family-friendly content that aligns with the brand images of quality advertisers you want to attract.
4. Engage Audience to Increase Pageviews and Reduce Bounce Rates
The more a visitor interacts with your blog content and clicks through on your website links to read other pages, the more often ads are shown to that visitor. The increased pageviews by a single user create more opportunities to click on an ad versus only viewing an ad. Creating content that boosts audience engagement improves pageviews and reduces the chance that a visitor will leave the website without taking any action (referred to as Bounce Rate.) Think about tools you can incorporate into the blog to increase engagement. For example, an image carousel or a collapsible accordion module can increase the chance of visitor interactions. The point is, go beyond written content and pictures, add fun and interactive elements to your blog to keep visitors engaged.
5. Generate Multiple Sources of Blogging Income
Do not solely rely on advertisers as your single source of blogging revenue. We recommend expanding the blogging income stream to multiple different sources, which we will discuss next. A single income stream may be decent in the short term, but creating multiple revenue sources as part of your long-term goals can help you mitigate risk and drive your blog’s earning power. For example, if you can sell premium content like webinars or e-books, you have just created an additional revenue source through selling a digital product. The sale of an e-book through your blog generates more income than an advertiser’s display ad for the same visitor.
Remember, blogging success doesn’t happen overnight. You need to be willing to put in the time, hard work and take all the strategic approaches to see results and higher revenue growth. It takes effort and some grind as you continue to build content over time. It is the inevitable tradeoff to turn blogging into a profitable side gig or even a full-time business. Now, Let’s get straight into the complete guide on how to make money blogging.
How to Make Money Blogging Through 8 Income Sources
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Make Money Blogging Through Multiple Income Sources
Blog Income Source #1: Run Advertisements
A common source of income for bloggers is hosting advertisements on web pages. These advertisements can be private ads through contracted sales, ads by advertising marketplaces such as Double Click, or revenue share with popular advertising networks such as Google AdSense.
Google AdSense is great for beginners because there are no “prerequisites,” such as minimum traffic requirements, for signing up. This means you can start making money right away once Google approves your blog.
How Much Money Can You Make from Google AdSense?
Here is a tool to check how much advertising money your blog can potentially make through Google AdSense based on your visitor demographics and content vertical. Head over to Google AdSense, scroll down to the middle of the page, and use the advertising calculator.
See How Much You Could Earn from Google AdSense
Use the Google AdSense Calculator
- Go to Google AdSense Calculator
- “Select a Region” where most of your visitors are coming from
- “Select a Category,” or the general vertical your blog belongs to
- Click “Calculate” to see estimated AdSense earning
For example, let’s say most of your blog traffic comes from North America, and your content is related to the financial vertical. The average monthly pageviews of the blog are 101,100. The estimated annual Google AdSense earnings will be around $37,852. As you grow your blog’s traffic, authority, and online presence, you will gain momentum in earning higher advertising money through Google AdSense.
How Google AdSense Works
Adding Google AdSense is easy to do. First, you will make room on your blog template to insert advertisement modules. If you use a CMS (Content Management System) such as WordPress, you can find free plugins or extensions through their support communities to help you easily insert ad modules.
How are Google AdSense Advertising Rates Calculated?
There are two types of Google AdSense advertising rates you should know about – Cost-Per-Click (CPC) Rates and Cost-Per-Impression (CPM) Rates. These rates are good predictors of what advertisers could pay for an engagement of the ads that appear on your blog.
- Cost-Per-Click (CPC) Rates: This is what advertisers are willing to pay for every click of their ad. For example, if an ad has a rate of $1.00 CPC and there are 100 clicks, then you would earn $100
- Cost-Per-Impression (CPM) Rates: This is what advertisers are willing to pay for every 1,000 impressions or view of their ad. For example, if an ad has a rate of $1.00 CPM and there are 100,000 views, then you would earn $100
Google AdSense Revenue Split Explained
As a publisher, you will be revenue sharing with Google AdSense for the advertisements placed on your blog. You will receive a 68% split, and Google will receive 32% of the total advertising revenue.
How to Sign Up with Google AdSense
Signing Up with Google AdSense is Free and Only Takes a Few Steps
- Click on “Get Started” on the Google AdSense home page
- Enter the URL of your blog
- Enter your email address
- Select “Yes” or “No” if you like to get helpful AdSense info
- Click “Save and Continue”
- You will be guided to add a tracking code to your blog
- Once the tracking code is added, Google’s approval process range from a few days up to two weeks
Watch a Short Video by Google on How to Get Your Google AdSense Application Approved
You have completed the first step to monetizing your blog.
Setup Your Google AdSense Payment Information
Once your Google AdSense account has been approved, you will need to set up a payments profile to receive money.
- Go to “Payments” on the left-hand navigation, scroll down to “Payments Profile,” and start editing your information
- Confirm the country/region that you are in
- Enter the account type, whether you are an individual or corporation. This information cannot be changed once you have established that you are an individual or corporation
- Enter your tax information:
- If you are in the US, select if you are a “US citizen,” “US Resident Alien,” or “US Corporation”
- Enter your first name, last name, and address
- Enter your SSN, or EIN if you are signing up as a corporation
- Sign and submit the application
Google Adsense Auto Ads
Google has made adding ads to your blog easy and accessible through their Auto Ads Program. Google can dynamically insert ads throughout your website based on their machine learning algorithm, optimizing the chance an ad will be clicked through by visitors. The AdSense Auto Ads are also mobile-friendly, so they will adjust to fit any screen size.
How to Enable Google AdSense Auto Ads
Enabling Google AdSense Auto Ads
- In the left navigation, “Ads,” then “Overview”
- Click on the pencil icon next to your blog’s domain name
- Toggle the Auto Ads on. A blue highlight means that Auto Ads are turned on
- Click “Apply to Site” to confirm
How to Manually Insert Google AdSense Ads
Manually inserting Google AdSense ads allows you to customize the exact placement of display ads on your blog. Choosing this option gives you complete control of the user experience, how ads incorporate into the content, and when and where the advertisements will show.
Manually Insert Google AdSense Ads
In the left navigation, go to “Ads,” then “Overview”
Select “By Ad Unit,” then “Display Ads”
- Give the ad a name, then choose the display ad shape: square, horizontal, or vertical
- Under “Ad Size,” select “Responsive.” This option will automatically adjust the ads to fit any screen size, which could improve your ad earning potentials
- Click “Create” to confirm
- Lastly, you will be given a unique AdSense code to copy and paste to blog content where you want the ads to show up
Both the auto and manual ad modules will automatically display advertisements on your webpages. AdSense controls what advertisements are run on your blog. However, you have the ability to select and filter the ad categories based on your audience and target niche.
When visitors view or click on an ad, you will receive a monetary payout. It can range anywhere from a few pennies to a few dollars per number of views or per one click. The amount of money you get paid through the ads depends on how many pageviews and unique visitors your webpages receive. So ultimately, the more traffic your blog has, the more desirable your ad spaces are to advertisers.
3 Best Practices for Google AdSense
1. Understand You Won’t Get Rich Overnight
Don’t expect to hit the lottery with AdSense. Earnings are accumulated over time, and it all depends on how much quality traffic your website receives as well as the category or industry your blog belongs to. You are likely to start with a few cents a day or make nothing on some days, but don’t get discouraged. Most bloggers began this way. Just focus on growing your website traffic for the long haul, and the payout will scale.
2. Offer Useful, Insightful, and Thoughtful Blog Content
To get more website traffic, start with making your blog content useful, insightful, and thoughtful. Think about your own experience with web browsing. The worst thing is to open a bunch of junk links or click-baits that end up a waste of time. Visitors want information that is perceptive and helpful in answering a question or solving a problem. Aim to produce insightful and unique blog content that improves user experience.
3. Do Not Click on Your Own Ads
Clicking on your own ads is a no-no because it will be a disaster waiting to happen. Don’t try to be smart and ask your friends and families to click on them either. It is never worth it because Google will find out, and you can be blacklisted and banned by AdSense. It’s simply unethical and a bad practice. We highly recommend that you read the entire AdSense Policies to avoid getting into trouble.
Blog Income Source #2: Join Affiliate Programs
Every blogger wants a piece of the affiliate marketing pie. There are too many enticing affiliate programs out there, and they promise lucrative payouts. The truth is, yes, you can make some serious money doing affiliate marketing on your blog. However, it takes more than typing up a few words with a link to generate healthy and consistent affiliate revenue.
How Affiliate Marketing Works
Businesses are paying commissions to agents or influencers to promote their products or services. In the digital marketing world, agents are usually publisher websites or blogs that promote these products or services to the public.
One of the biggest and most popular cross-industry companies offering lucrative affiliate opportunities is Amazon. You can promote any product from e-books, electronics, or everyday consumer goods and get paid for it. Another popular affiliate network is Commission Junction (CJ), a marketplace for advertisers and publishers. CJ hosts various affiliate programs for businesses, such as auto insurance, retailers, or travel agencies.
What are Affiliate Links?
Websites joining affiliate programs will receive a dedicated affiliate link to track referrals. When a customer clicks through on the affiliate link and completes a purchase, the referring website will receive compensation. Additionally, display ads are available to run on your website to push for the affiliate’s promotions, increasing chances of click-through when placed on your blog.
What are Affiliate Tracking Cookies?
Referrals are tracked by cookies. They are data files stored in a visitor’s web browser to recall specific browsing references and information about that visitor. Customer purchases should not be affected in any way when the transaction is done through a legitimate affiliate link, which means there should not be any gimmicks, tricks, or unfair surcharges to the customers. Bloggers should take the responsibility to evaluate their affiliate partners and only make referrals for legitimate, ethical businesses.
3 Best Practices for Affiliate Marketing
1. Focus on Creating Quality Content in Your Affiliate Blog Posts
“Content is king” is a famous saying in the digital marketing industry, and there is a good reason for it. Content dictates the success of SEO (Search Engine Optimization), which is one of the most critical approaches to drive traffic and gain authority for your blog. Having quality and trustworthy content will positively reinforce affiliate marketing efforts by telling visitors that information on your blog is genuine and that your affiliate links are legitimate. Show your audience that you are sharing a great product or service by providing truthful and accurate information.
2. Be Selective of Your Affiliate Partners
Choose your affiliate partners carefully because your reputation is on the line. There are numerous affiliate programs out there, and many of them pay attractive commissions. However, do not make the mistake of hastily jumping into every affiliate opportunity for the money. This can have an adverse effect and jeopardize visitor trust because they can smell insincerity.
Pick affiliate partners that work for your blog content. You should always test run and give your honest opinion about a product or service before promoting it to anyone. We believe in supporting businesses only if they can truly benefit our core audience. From our own experience, we will not promote anything we do not believe in, would not use, or have not used. It is an ethical and social responsibility to create genuine, authentic content for our audience.
3. Choose Affiliate Partners that Makes Sense for Your Target Audience
Create a list of products or services that are of interest and can potentially benefit your blog audience. Make sure the businesses you choose to promote are in line with the value, mission, and vision of your blog content. Additionally, if you are writing about a product, is there a sale or promo code through the affiliate partner to incentivize visitors to try the product? So that there can be mutual benefits for your audience and your blog.
Here are Some Affiliate Partner Examples:
Let’s say your blog is related to photography, and you want to promote Amazon products. A good affiliate product to advertise on your photography blog could range from the latest cameras for specific use cases or lenses to upgrade an existing camera.
If your blog is in the automotive vertical, affiliate partners like auto insurance could make sense. Additionally, you can promote car accessories such as leather cleaners, floor mats, or car seat covers, to name a few.
Over time, the list of affiliate partners to advertise on your blog will grow, thus ramping up your blog’s earning potential.
Follow Google Affiliate Program Guidelines for SEO
While monetary incentives can be enticing, don’t forget, you are creating content for visitors, not for advertisers. If your blog is filled with pages of spammy ads offering very little added value, watch out for Google penalties that can negatively affect your blog’s SEO and keyword rankings. So carefully abide by the Google’s Affiliate Program Quality Guidelines.
Blog Income Source #3: Get Relevant Sponsorships
Sponsorships are the golden opportunities every blogger dreams of. When your website is gaining momentum in its niche and people trust and love your content, you have the potential to get paid by companies to promote certain products and services.
How Sponsorship Works
Sponsorship usually creates a business relationship between an advertiser (a business) and the publisher (your blog). Advertisers compensate you in exchange for endorsing and getting their products and services out there to your audience.
The endorsement can be a review article, a video demo, or a promotional post on social media. More significant sponsorships can be online or offline events and conferences. It may take a lot more hustle to get sponsors to take an interest in you, but the reward is definitely worth the hard work.
Depending on your blog’s influence and audience reach, sponsorship compensation can vary drastically. The amount you get paid depends on each unique situation. Of course, there are some star bloggers out there making a cushy six-figure income with sponsorships. What you may not see are years and years of hard work and dedication behind all that glamor.
3 Best Practices for Sponsorships
1. Strengthen Your Blog’s Unique Proposition
So how can you get businesses to sponsor you? Start by highlighting your blog’s strength, unique proposition, and tell the story of how you outshine the competition. Make your content memorable by focusing on the notable differences between you and all the other bloggers out there. Build your own empire instead of following the trend, and cultivate that distinctive persona in your blog. This is what legitimate sponsors look for in content creators.
2. Build Brand Authority
Run your blog like a brand. In addition to having consistent website traffic and a dedicated audience, the brand authority of your blog plays a substantial role. Sponsors look at how much power of influence you have within a target market. Put yourself out there as an authoritative brand by having integrity and being authentic. When your blog has a positive and trustworthy brand image, you are more likely to gain credibility in your niche and attract sponsors.
3. Have a Strong Follower Base
The relationship between your blog and your followers is another big-ticket criterion for sponsorship. How and how much you engage with followers potentially spells out how well you can promote a product or service to an audience.
Social media is an effective tool to build a solid follower base. Use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to your advantage to interact and keep followers engaged. Learn actionable social media marketing strategies to win over supporters and pique audience interest in your sponsored content.
Blog Income Source #4: Sell or Resell Services
Selling a service is another common way for bloggers to make money. These bloggers usually have expertise in a certain field that gives them more credibility in pitching and selling to their audience. For example, if you are a makeup artist, a web developer, a photographer, or an expert of any kind, you can promote your services, teach a skill, or mentor others through your blog. Some experts even use blogging to promote the services of companies that they are associated with.
How Selling or Reselling a Service Works
Promoting an expert service in a blog has vast advantages. It is the perfect medium for self-advertising, and it gets your name out there to a targeted niche. When you have expertise in a field, use the knowledge to help others make better decisions. In turn, it can drive more traffic to your blog. It is an effective channel for service providers to connect with potential clients.
A great example would be the online marketing guru Neil Patel. He is the author of the digital marketing blogs NeilPatel and QuickSprout, as well as the co-founder of the well-known online marketing tools CrazyEgg, HelloBar, and Kissmetrics. He blogs extensively through his website and shares a wealth of knowledge about digital marketing while promoting his tools. Today, Neil Patel is a multi-millionaire entrepreneur continuing his path in providing digital marketing services to businesses and teaching people how to master digital marketing.
3 Best Practices for Selling or Reselling Services
1. Show Your Expertise
When you are coaching others about a specific subject, present yourself as the subject matter expert. Besides showcasing your credentials and past projects in your blog content, share your professional opinion and insightful tips that will truly benefit those who come to you for help.
2. Helping Not Selling
Sales pitches don’t work anymore, and people are smarter than that. Blog articles should not look like commercial advertisements because it hurts the user experience. Instead, work on building a solid reputation by being a problem solver and make it the top focus of your blog content. When your audience trusts the solutions you recommend, they will naturally consider your services.
3. Target the Right Audience
Targeting the right audience means finding the appropriate niche market that will respond to what you have to offer. This is where SEO keyword research comes to play. Keyword research identifies what words or phrases people are using to actively look up content like yours in search engines such as Google. So you can target your resources to a group of audience already interested in what you have to say.
Blog Income Source #5: Promote Quality Products
There is so much potential with marketing a physical product. Digital marketing has become the essential strategy for businesses to expand their market and reach higher revenue growth. If you have physical products to sell, blogging may be the missing piece of your online marketing strategy. Even if you do not own a physical product, bloggers can often profit from promoting merchandise for different businesses.
How Product Promotion Works
When selling your own product, you can increase demand and market exposure by blogging to target and educate ready-to-buy consumers. Content creation is the foundation of effective product promotion. By creating quality content through blogging, you create more marketing and product demo opportunities for the target audience.
When you blog about someone else’s product, you are essentially the middle person taking a commission through a sale. So now your blog becomes a marketing channel for other businesses to connect with customers. There are several ways you can make money blogging about someone else’s product. The most common forms are affiliate marketing, sponsorships, and paid product reviews. We’ve talked about the first two methods, so let’s dive into blogging for product reviews.
Companies look for high-traffic blogs to do product reviews. Some bloggers receive the products for free, some get monetary compensation, and some get both. The situation varies according to the particular business, industry, and how much influence your blog has in the niche.
3 Best Practices for Paid Product Reviews
1. Select Products that Benefit Your Audience
Choose products to review carefully. Ensure they are relevant, genuine, and of value to your audience. Accepting every company’s offer coming your way may not be a beneficial approach for your brand image in the long term. Although the monetary incentives are tempting, they can potentially hurt your reputation and jeopardize audience trust if the products you review are not a good fit with your target market or are not up to standards. Always weigh your opportunity costs and assess the value of long-term wins over short-term gains.
2. Provide Truthful and Accurate Product Description
Not every product is flawless or a win. So your review should truthfully reflect the good and the insufficient according to your own user experience. Give a thorough and honest description of the product. Include images, videos, measurements, or even make a comparison. Don’t just copy and paste a generic description you find from the company’s website. Remember your blog visitors read your reviews because they trust that you can provide added value to the product demo.
3. Deliver Product Demo Based on Your Own User Experience
Including a show-and-tell video demo in your blog content is an effective product review strategy. The video can contain anything from product unboxing, side-to-side comparison to the actual step-by-step usage demo. The key is to deliver an honest opinion, from your own experience to your target audience, on why this product is worth the time and money. This is also a great approach to stimulate audience interaction and capture higher engagement.
Blog Income Source #6: Create Educational Courses
Learning online has become more accessible and convenient in today’s environment. People are consuming a substantial amount of information from the internet every day, and the online education market is on an upward trajectory experiencing expansive growth. Whether it be the casual learner or business professionals looking for career or skill training, online educational courses are a cost-effective learning method for people wanting to tackle a new subject on their own time, from anywhere in the world. For bloggers, creating online educational courses is a lucrative and popular way to gain additional income, especially If you have a passion for teaching and knowledge sharing.
Sell Educational Courses on Gated Learning Platforms
The logistics of setting up educational courses on your blog can be complicated when you are just starting. You have to find a host or a learning management platform for the course content, set up an e-commerce environment to enable monetary transactions, and manage the operational aspects of transacting sales. A lower barrier to entry is to sell courses on established gated learning platforms with a large group of existing audiences, such as Skillshare. Then, use your blog as a marketing tool to drive visitors to a managed platform. As a content creator, you can focus more time and energy on developing quality content for your viewers.
Blog Income Source #8: Host Paid Webinars
Hosting live digital events through paid webinars is another highly effective and engaging way to deliver premium content to an audience. Webinars are a much more personalized approach to deliver messages and content, and they can be vastly successful in initiating interaction and engagement with your core audience.
Market your webinars by creating a landing page on your blog to collect visitor contact information such as emails. Consider the price you charge for webinars based on the value associated with the premium information you can provide. Finally, select an intuitive and user-friendly platform, such as Zoom, to host your webinars for broadcast.
Attend a Free Webinar
Tip: Attend free webinars on any topic and industry to feel how others structure their presentations. Pay attention to the landing pages used to collect user information and note how speakers deliver their content through the webinar format. Make a checklist for your webinar strategy and start by writing out a summary plan. Make sure to check your video quality, background, lighting, and sound before starting the live event.
Focus on growing quality online traffic is the prerequisite to successfully monetizing your blog. There is no shortcut to becoming a blogging millionaire. Focus on prioritizing user experience and engagement when creating blog content, and grow your blogging income channels one at a time. Once you have the basics down, you can start implementing monetization strategies and generating a healthy income from your blog.
6 Short-Term Milestones to Make Money Blogging
Milestone #1 – Setup Google Adsense advertisement to kick-start your blog monetization
Milestone #2 – Research and join affiliate programs applicable to your blog vertical
Milestone #3 – Identify your blog’s unique propositions to get relevant sponsorships
Milestone #4 – Discovery appropriate services or quality products to promote
Milestone #5 – Develop premium content such as e-books or educational courses
Milestone #6 – Host paid live webinars to engage and deliver more value to your core audience
Long-Term Goals to Increase Your Blog’s Income
- Learn how to increase blog traffic
- Learn how to gain more blog visitors organically
- Learn how to grow your email subscribers
- Learn how to establish a social media presence – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram
- Learn how to increase followers on social media for your blog
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do Beginner Bloggers Make Money?
Most beginner bloggers make money by using Google AdSense. This is the easiest and the most straightforward path to monetize your blog with display advertisements through Google. By installing a tracking script on your blog provided by Google, you can choose to place ads manually throughout the blog or set up Google’s Auto Ads to dynamically run advertisements.
How Do Bloggers Get Paid?
Bloggers can get paid through several income streams. They range from the revenue sharing through Google AdSense, signing up for affiliate programs like Amazon Affiliates, getting sponsorships, promoting or selling products and services, creating premium content, or hosting paid webinars.
How Can I Make $1000 a Month Blogging?
The first step to make any monthly income through blogging is to gain traffic to your blog by creating quality content. Then implement Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and social media marketing to drive visitors to the blog. To start making $1000 a month blogging, learn how to effectively monetize your blog through Google AdSense. You can also sign up for affiliate programs like Amazon Affiliates, get sponsorships, promote or sell products and services, create premium content, or host paid webinars. Focus on producing quality content, improving the blog’s SEO, and drive more organic visitors to your blog.
How Many Views Do You Need to Make Money Blogging?
Estimate how much you can earn through Google Adsense Calculator.