Is Google AdSense still a profitable way to earn by blogging?

How to make money by Google AdSense through blogging?

Google AdSense is considered to be an important source of income from Blogs. Many people are there who are full-time bloggers and Google AdSense in one of the major sources of revenue from their blogs. This article contains a list of such bloggers who have made a fortune by earning from Google AdSense. This article covers a detailed discussion on how much revenue can expect from AdSense, how can you estimate your earning from AdSense and how can you earn from Google Adsense. But first of all…

What is Google AdSense? 

Google AdSense if the most popular, free and very simple way to earn money by showing advertisements on your website. There are millions of advertisers who bid for their ads and ad spaces on your websites. The more people visit your website and view those ads, you earn a fair share of the total money paid by the advertisers. According to Google, in 2015 itself Google has paid $9,860,908,459 to its publishers !!!

Amount paid by Google AdSense in 2015
Amount paid by Google AdSense in 2015

The earnings per click from Google AdSense vary depending on the niche of your blog and the countries your majority of the audience belongs to. 

For example, if you are targeting mainly the Indian audience, then earning from Google AdSense is very meager. You will earn just between $0.5 to 2.0 USD depending on your niche for 1000 page views in India.

It is quite less earning compare to that one can earn from selling a personal product or from affiliate marketing. Besides getting approval from Google AdSense is not easy and also there is always a threat to get banned by Google AdSense for violating any of their guidelines.

But why still Google AdSense is popular in India?

Because of all the above reasons most of the pro-bloggers do not use AdSense any more or at least AdSense is not any more their major source of income. But still many bloggers especially newbies in blogging dream about earning from AdSense.

If you implement your blog properly and include high-quality content then in very less time you will start to earn from AdSense. And Google never fails to pay his publishers. These two are the major reasons behind the popularity of Google AdSense.

Another big plus side of Google AdSense is its simplicity. As a blog owner, you just have to create a Google AdSense account, create your add and put the source code in your site that’s all. Inserting source code is a little bit tricky issue especially if you are a completely nontechnical guy, but still a lot easier than other ad networks.

How much Google AdSense pays for a blog?

Before we start discussing this possibility, a few terms we need to be clear first. Because these terms are going to be used here frequently. So here are some of them you need to know to estimate your earnings from Google AdSense. I have summarised them here from Thomas Maiers’ article and Kriteshrules’ article on Google AdSense earning facts.


It is just the count of any advertisement viewed by any reader. It has nothing to do whether the advertisement gets clicked or not. 

For example, if any of your blogs has two ads, one at the beginning of the post and another one at the end of the post. Then if any reader visits the blog and reads the complete post then the count of impression will be 2.

Cost Per Click (CPC): 

This is a variable that carries the amount of money (as decided by the advertiser) you earn whenever any visitor clicks on any link. Different niches have different CPC values. Niches like health, finance, technology generally have high CPC compare to other niches.

Click-Through Rate (CTR):

It is also a key term to calculate revenue from AdSense. CTR is calculated using below formula

CTR=(Total number of clicls/Total ad impressions) ✕ 100

Cost Per 1000 Impressions (CPM):

In this case, advertisers will pay you for each 1000 view for their ads, it does not matter if ads get clicked or not. 

Another important key term in Google AdSense revenue calculation is 

Revenue per thousand impressions (RPM):

RPM is calculated as:

RPM=(Estimated earnings/Number of page views) ✕ 1000

For example, if you earn $2.00 for 1000 page views then your RPM will be RPM=(2/100) ✕ 1000=20

Cost Per Engagement (CPE )

This is the most recent bidding term in the Google AdSense network. In the case of CPE the advertisers impose a condition on viewers’ activity with the ads placed by them, i.e. if the viewer has clicked it, expanded it or watched any video, etc. The payment made by Google also depends on it.

Now the CPC is calculated through an auction. Each and every add which is potentially displayed in your blog take part in this auction. The winner is decided based on the highest bidder and also it’s quality. 

For this Google runs some of its smart algorithms to calculate the maximum income from every thousand impressions or in short RPM (Revenue per Thousand Impressions)

The selection of the best bid type is not in your hand. Google itself calculates which may be the best way to achieve the highest income with respect to your blog niche and content. Advertisers may place CPM ads on your website if they found that your blog is reputed and attracting a lot more traffic. In this case, your earnings with CPM can be much more than that with CPC.

If you have these all metrics of Google AdSense you can calculate your revenue from AdSense.

Now we can enter into our main topic that is “how much Google AdSense pay for a blog”

As I have mentioned before, in India Google AdSense will pay you approximately 0.5 to 3 US dollars depending on the niche. Keeping this figure in mind you can chalk out earning potential of your blog.

Suppose you have written 60 to 70 articles in your blog and each of these articles has approximately 1000 page views per month. So, your blog will earn close to $100 a month. To increase this income, you have to increase the number of articles in your blog, as simple as that.

How much you can earn from your website is largely determined by its content. There are also a lot of other variables and the exact earning from Google AdSense is not easy to know. As, neither Google nor ant website owner discloses their real earning using Google AdSense.

Still, I have gathered some earning reports of a few famous bloggers both from India and outside India reviewing mainly from Thomas Maier’s article on AdSense, Anil Agarwal’s top 7 bloggers list and Harsh Agarwal’s own report on his AdSense income.

Top earners from Google AdSense by blogging

Outside India:

  • Wikihow is such a site that comes to rescue us in every crisis in our life, so there is nothing surprising that it gets around 15 million visitors everyday !!!!.
Top earner from Google AdSense
Jack Herrick of

Jack Herrick earns approximately $330,000 per month. The site registered back in 2004 and as of today, it has 40 million daily page views, 3.3 million backlinks.

  • Peter Cashmore, the CEO, and founder of famous blog Mashable is another example of making a fortune from Google AdSense. 
Top earner from Google AdSense
Peter Cashmore of

Mashable is a technology blog started by him way back in 2005 when he was only 17 years old. Today it earns $10,00,000 per month and has daily page views around 37,320,000

  • If you are blogging for passive income then you must have come across the website named “Smart Passive Income” of Pat Flynn.
Top earneer from Google AdSense outside India
Pat Flynn from (Image source:

He is earning an impressive income from Google AdSense. According to his own report in 2013, the earning from his niche site generated an income of $1,466.33 from 800-1000 visits per day. You can find here the earning is lesser compared to others, this because his main earning source is not from Google AdSense. Still, I have mentioned here mainly because of his popularity. He is almost a house hold name today mainly because of his website Smart Passive Income.

  • Like WikiHow, another popular website with all how to question-answer is ehow . The website was started way back in 1999 by Courtney Rosen.
Top earner from Google AdSense
Courtney Rosen of (image source:

This website is so popular that it gets an approximately daily page view of 31,400,000 and earns a stupendous $650,000 per month.

Indian bloggers with huge revenue from AdSense

  • Here the first position will be occupied by Amit Agarwal of without fail. He is like a living legend of the Indian blogging industry. He was most probably the first Indian who pioneered blogging can be chosen as a career. An alumnus of IIT Roorkee turned professional blogger in India.
Top earneer from Google AdSense in India
Amit Agarwal of (Image source:

His blog is mainly on technology, you can find every updates and innovation in technology there with insightful content. He is consistently updating his site and providing every detail for the whole last decade. So, no surprise that his site attracts almost 3,00,000 daily visitors from which he almost earns $25,000 as revenue from AdSense.

  • Harsh Agarwal of is considered as one of the topmost bloggers in India. Although his main revenue source is not AdSense, still he earns around $1000 with estimated traffic of 80,000 every month from various blogs he owns.
Top earner from Google AdSense
Top earner from Google AdSense-Harsh Agarwal

He mainly covers different topics to help bloggers to solve their problems related to WordPress, SEO, Internet marketing, etc. His blogs are really very helpful. New bloggers can always visit his site and can get answers for almost every query he has during their initial stage.

Here I would like to mention another blogger from India who can also be considered as a pioneer in the Indian blogging era. Arun Prabhudesai of is one of the names which can not be skipped when we are discussing Indian bloggers. 

His blog is really very popular and he earns almost $5000 per month with 100,000 traffic every day to his site. He is also being an IT guy covers different technology news and updates in his site, mobile technology, startup news. He is one of the highest earners with Google AdSense in India.

Here is what Harsh Agarwal from revealed about his Google AdSense income

As you can see from the above list that Harsh Agarwal is one of the top earner bloggers from India using Google AdSense. He has earned a total of $50,581 in the last 10 years from all his blogs (Source: 

He started blogging in 2008 and opened his Google AdSense account in the next year i.e. in 2009. He is quite frank with his blog earning and shares with his readers. His blogs are really helpful for beginners as well as established bloggers.

You can also go through his one blog on Google AdSense, which is quite helpful informative. 

He is of the opinion that although Google AdSense is quite tempting for a new blogger and they 100% depend on its earning, if you want to choose blogging as your career then being solely dependent on Google AdSense can be a bit risky.

Google AdSense account can get banned any time for any sort of violation of its guidelines which you are not aware of. In that case, you may feel your world gets shattered and devastated. 

So, he advised, “not to put all your eggs in a single basket”. That to say, don’t rely on only Google AdSense for your earning, diversify it and use multiple channels of earning like affiliate marketing, CPM ads, sponsored ads, selling your own product, etc.

How and when does Google AdSense pay?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions which bother any new blogger. So, I have tried to clear the payment method of Google AdSense. 

Generally, the total clicks and revenue generated according to Cost Per Click (CPC) with respect to page views for your website for a particular month are calculated by Google in the following month.

Google usually finalizes the valid clicks and reduces revenue estimated for false clicks within the first week of the following month. Thereafter can take another two weeks i.e. approximately 20th of the month to send the payment to AdSense. You can change the payment before that only. 

So, you can expect your Google AdSense earning for any particular month, during the 3rd week of the following month. Although this timeline can vary depending on different timezone of different countries, the interval between the process remains the same.

For a quick realization of the payment made by Google AdSense, you should set your payment method through a direct bank transfer as it takes the least time (around 7 working days only). Whereas payment through other popular methods like cheques take almost 10 days, wire transfer takes around 15 days and the Western Union Quick Cash can take up to 60 days ! (Source:

Is there any payment threshold for Google AdSense?

Google AdSense has a policy of not paying any amount until your total AdSense earning reaches $100. That means if you earn less than $100 in any month, say you have earned $50 and then $90 in the second month, then you will be paid a total $140 at a time in the 3rd succeeding month.

This is the threshold for the US Dollar, which is the most predominant payment currency received by the majority of bloggers (in India too). The threshold varies with the currencies too. For example, in the case of Euro, the Google AdSense threshold id €70. 

Finally…How to earn money with Google AdSense through Blogging?

Google AdSense pays on a per-click basis. Each click of your reader on the ads given by you gets counted for revenue calculation. What the user does after clicking the adds on the target website does not matter. 

But reading this don’t get tempted and start clicking your own ads, as Google is very strict to penalize such activities.

Now how much you will earn from each click depends on the cost of AdWords fixed by any advertiser. AdWords is another service provided by Google where advertisers of different products, services etc. create ads and ask Google to display them on search engines or different websites under the AdSense network. You receive 68% of the cost fixed by advertisers on per-click and the rest is received by Google as commission.


Google AdSense is a popular source of income through blogging. But you have to invest a significant of time for that. If you are blogging solely focusing on Google AdSense earning and you are not really interested in that particular domain, then there is a risk that you may get frustrated very early. 

You have to keep in mind that Google AdSense earning is something like interest earning from a bank fixed deposit, which is less but gives peace of mind. Whereas income from affiliate marketing or CPA is like a stock market investment, which is not fixed or sure but certainly higher than income from Google AdSense.

So, plan a blog on a niche close to your heart and on which you can go on creating high-quality content without feeling exhausted. As I always say that in blogging “content is the king”, so never compromise the quality of your content for anything. Nothing can help you if your content is not helpful to your readers.

Finally, last but not least keep in mind that the income earned from Google AdSense is taxable income and comes under the Income Tax rule of the particular country you reside in. 

Here I have covered as much information as possible on Google AdSense payment. If you find it helpful, please share it with those who also might benefit from it. If you like it and wish to please share it on social networks too.

What is a backlink strategy and why it is important for SEO?

Backlinks and their importance in SEO

What are backlinks and why they are important for SEO?

Backlinks and their importance in SEO

Backlinks are very important parameter based on which Google algorithm determines the authority of your website. Backlinks from reputed websites are an indicator for Google that your website contains content which worth a mention in sites already loved by people. This article is dedicated to developing a backlinking strategy to draw more organic traffic. So, first of all, the question arises…

What are Backlinks in SEO?

Backlinks are the hyperlinks given in any site which points back towards your site. It can be considered as a citation where one cites external relevant and significant content in their own article.  Like citations universally considered as a parameter to judge the usefulness of one article, in blogs backlinks play the same role.

Example of backlinks

Backlinks are the most important criteria Google has set to determine which site qualifies to rank higher in SERP. Even a few years back also it was the only criterion to judge the authority of any website. But as this algorithm starts getting abused by the Black Hat SEO technique creating false pages and links, Google has to improvise its page ranking criteria. Now Google’s page ranking algorithm is much more complex and gives less weightage on backlinks.

Any reader who is visiting any website page which contains something relevant with a link to your website and lands on your website through that link then it is called referral traffic. Such traffics are signals to Google that your website contains valuable information and hence needs to be ranked higher.

Further backlinks can be of two types as below:

Do-follow backlinks

These links navigate any reader to your website and thus contribute towards your website’s domain authority and reputation


No-follow backlinks

Do not direct readers to your website though it helps people to know about your website. Sometimes the websites where you get backlinks from do not want their readers to go away from their sites by clicking links, to avoid this they use nofollow links.

According to the stats obtained from the research conducted by website almost 60% of total backlinks are usually do-follow links and the rest 40% are no-follow links.

How to create backlinks?

Getting backlinks is tricky, time-consuming and also takes hard work. For backlinks, quality is more important than its quantity. Try to acquire high-quality backlinks over time than getting more low-quality backlinks quickly. It is also true that not all backlinks will improve your ranking, some will have no effect whereas some backlinks will be of the kind affecting your site negatively, so choose backlinks wisely. 

Here some effective tips which will help you in this process.

Write content worth backlinking

This is a universal truth, if you write very useful content, your blog will automatically acquire backlinks. It is in the same way you link good content to your own blog. 

Commenting on other related blogs

This is a quick way you can create some backlinks. You visit some popular blogs related to your domain. Read the blogs thoroughly and leave some thoughtful comments, appreciation or relevant questions. In this process make sure to provide a link in the comment to your website. 

Guest posting and blogging

It is a very effective way to acquire quality backlinks. You need to find out reputed websites of your domain which accept guest blogs. Then you will write quality guest blogs for that website following their guidelines and submit for approval. In that guest blog, you must put a link somewhere which will direct readers to your website as the whole purpose of writing a guest blog is only to backlink your website to an established website.

This takes time but to me, the best way to get very high-quality backlinks.

Always keep in mind that the website you writing guest blogs must be related to your niche. Many websites generally accept guest blogs as they are getting free content for their website in exchange for backlinks.

Outsource link building

Link building can be outsourced too. But, always remember don’t compromise the quality of backlinks for a cheaper deal. It can lead to a penalty from Google on your site. Link building is a time taking process. Links grow gradually if your site gets 100 links within a week, Google senses foul play of unnatural link building process.

Locat references and social media

If you can manage to get mentioned in any of the social networking sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, Yellowpages as business address listing then these citations also serve as backlinks. There are many more sites available and your target should be creating citation profiles at regular intervals.


If you have any popular NGO, charitable organization, club, school, etc. You can help them with cash or kind or providing any services and get a mention on their website as sponsors or donors. Which will also serve as backlinks and can attract good local traffic to your website.


To get your website rank in SERP, backlinks are more important than anything else. But, always keep in mind that link building is a time taking off-site SEO process. Only those links from websites with high domain authority count. Keep patience and don’t go for quick links from unrelated low rated websites. 

Don’t fall prey to offers for backlinks from websites in exchange for money.  This very common nowadays and webmasters get tons of such offers from various websites bidding for backlinks. Always keep in mind that you can not buy backlinks cheap and its just matter of time Google will punish such backlinks without fail. Google strives to provide content with true quality to its readers and any effort or Black Hat SEO to misguide Google algorithm can not bring sustainable benefits.

Most importantly, the basis of quality link building is creating quality content which really helps your audience to satisfy their queries. According to Paddy Moogan from,

“All link building campaigns must start with something worth linking to”

If your content is of low value, it is highly unlikely that any authority website will show interest to link your content to theirs. If you are just beginning your blog journey, please first focus to create good content for the first few months and then go for its promotion and link building campaign.

How to earn money writing blogs in India? fundamental strategies you must know

How to earn money writing blogs in India

How to earn money writing blogs in India? fundamental strategies you must know

How to earn money writing blogs in India

Earning money by writing blogs is not anymore a new thing. This is a recognized profession in many parts of the developed world. But if you consider only the Indian perspective, it was quite a late starter in the digital marketing arena. So, in India, this question is still a very relevant one. Many new bloggers sought for the answer to be double sure before choosing to blog as their full-time job.

Is it possible to earn money writing blogs in India in 2019?

Yes, of course, perhaps it’s the best time to start a blog in India. India is in the era of the digital boom and going to see unprecedented growth in the number of internet users. as the below image depicts,  the current internet user in India is 627 million which is going to be around 850 million by 2025. so there exists a great marketing opportunity that you can best utilize if you start your blog right now in fact, now is the best time to earn money writing blogs in India.

Mostly the established full-time bloggers in India did start blogging only by passion, to write and share their knowledge with the world. Over time the came to know the earning potential of blogs and shared their life-changing experience through their blogs. How exciting it is if your passion becomes your way of earning.

Many of them are not only earning their living through blogging, but they have become financially independent, started a successful business and eventually become entrepreneurs.

Here I have reviewed many such blogs of how they are making money and come up with an exhaustive list of how can a blog become a good source of earning. It is here important to remember that all of these strategies may not always apply to all types of blogs. Although a single blog can adopt more than one of them to monetize itself.

How much does a blogger earn in India?

During the recent past years, the number of people doing fulltime blogging in India has risen astronomically. Though the number of persons who made a fortune out of blogging is still less in India compare to other developed countries. To name a few of such achievers are like Harsh Agarwal of, Amit Agarwal of, Ashish Sinha of, Arun Prabhuedsai, Jane Shebba of, Anshul Tewari of, etc. They are earning millions by blogging.

Mr. Amit Agarwal started his blogging venture back in 2004 and now his website fetches around 35 lakh INR per month!!!. This is the earning potential of blogging if you keep patience and stay consistent.

These people have built their blogging empire bit by bit and started it out of passion. With time their blogs gain popularity as people found the content very useful. As organic traffic rises, automatically the blogs start earning money. Now they are authority websites in their niche.

So, blogging is also like a business, you have to invest time in initial phases and keep patience. But in India, the most prevailing misconception about blogging is blogging can give you a lot of earning quickly, within months of starting it.

People starting blogs with such mind setup very fast gets frustrated and quit saying that it is not working for him/her. If you are also planning to start your own blog then I will request you to please set your expectation as practical as possible. Especially if your only goal is to earn money writing blogs. You will not get overnight success if you start blogging from scratch. There are a lot of things to learn.

So invest time, enrich yourself first about blogging philosophy, enjoy the journey of learning, take it as if you are launching as your business and nurture it for the first 1-2 years and rest assured your hard work will eventually bring success and money that you would have not imagined.

Strategies to earn money from blogs

1. Displaying advertisements

This earning mainly comes from Google Adsense and one of the most popular ways to earn money writing blogs in India. If you have managed to get its approval, then you can display different ads from Google Adsense abiding their guidelines of displaying ads.

You will earn as people searching for that particular keyword visit your site and click on those adds. So, here earning is directly proportional to the amount of traffic your site is getting. For any significant amount of earning Google Adsense requires a huge amount of traffic, which is not easy to come by at least at the initial stage of ane website. And these ads also take away your visitor from your website.

But Google Adsense provides a piece of mind for bloggers. You just connect your bank account after getting approval and at the month-end, the earning from it (if more than $100) will be transferred to your bank account. So its a very transparent and hassle-free way of earning from blogs.

Some particular blogs which don’t have any scope for affiliate marketing (like sites for inspirational quotes), Google Adsense is their best friend. They only need to focus on bringing more and more organic traffic by focusing on different SEO strategies and tools.

If you are using both avenues of affiliate marketing and Google Adsense for earning, it will be wise not to use both of them at a time in any post. It may lead to losing any potential customer of affiliate products by clicking on Google Adsense.

2. Earning through Job Boards

Almost every popular blog website has its own job board. These popular blogs use the huge traffic they get to earn money through posting jobs on their websites. As it is highly dependent on the traffic, so earning from creating a job board is tough for any blog at its early stage.

3. Selling your own product or service

Once you have established your authority in that particular niche through your blog; you can think of creating an e-book on the topic or a useful video course in learning sites like Courseera or Udemy to provide further in-depth knowledge to your audience. Actually creating a good course on that topic can serve as the first step in building your audience. You can establish your credibility in this field through this course. This will add more value to the ebook you created and enhance its sell.

You have to build an email list of your readers too and it is the most important. You will need this email list to pitch for your ebook.

This is a very good way of generating sustainable earning. Once you have created the ebook with hard work, it will go on earning for you for a long time in the future. Make sure that the content of your product is really helpful to your readers and worth the money you set as a price.

4. Selling affiliate products

This strategy has great potential to generate significant earning. As you are writing your blogs on a micro-niche, you are already addressing a very targeted audience. That means, your visitors are already funneled down to this keyword and highly potential customers.

For example, if your blog is on the keyword “best smartphone under Rs 15000 with a good camera and battery life” then a visitor who is reading your blog has already made up his mind to make a purchase. So, if you are using an affiliate link for this blog post and the post is viewed by a lot of people then you can earn a good amount as a commission from every purchase.

There are a number of an affiliate program where you can register, get their affiliate link and use them on your website. The most popular one is the Amazon affiliate program. You can get an idea from here about miscellaneous products from Amazon which you can sell through your website and commission percentage that you will earn after every purchase.

Try to suggest any product to your viewers which are really good. Don’t blindly suggest any product just going by their commission percentage. As if the product does not meet the expectation of the user, it will affect your trustworthiness and prove harmful for your brand in the long run.

The best way is to suggest only those products which you have personally reviewed. This has double benefits, you can write a good review of the product as you have tested the product and secondly, you are confident about the product’s quality.

5. Earning from sponsored posts

This is also a good source of earning when your website becomes an authority in that niche. As your blog starts getting a significant amount of visitors and you make your mark as an expert in that niche, you start getting requests to post some content from other bloggers of the same niche. These posts on your website help them to get backlinks from an established website of the same domain.

These backlinks ultimately help them to rank their posts in search results. So, they are ready to pay you in exchange for their posts on your website. But you have to do a quality check of these posts as they generally come from new bloggers.

This offers as a source of recurring income and you can also renew the link of these posts at regular intervals.

6. Earning from online surveys and polls

This is another way of earning where you post different online surveys and polls which are sponsored by other websites.

7. Earning from sponsorship

Several famous brands will want to sponsor your website if it becomes popular. In this case, you have to advertise for their brands for which you will be paid with the condition that you can not display any ads of their competitor brands.

8. Collect emails of your visitors and followup

You have written an excellent and most helpful content, as a result, many people are visiting your site, few of them are clicking in some of the ads and ultimately leaving. So, such temporary visits to your website are not going to help you anyway. You should find a way to connect to your visitors and remain in touch as long as you can.

Building an email list of your visitors is the most important step in this process. You should attempt this from the very first day. Thus you will have a way to contact all those people who have shown interest in your content and hence all potential buyers of your products.

You should use this email list to inform them about your new blogs or products like an ebook. You have to very specific and customer-oriented in your email content. This is called email funneling. For example, if I found any visitor of this post is a newbie then I will send him emails about “how to write blogs” and basic WordPress and SEO tips; whereas if the visitor is a ProBlogger then advanced SEO tips and latest digital marketing tips may be more useful to him.

Thus you have a higher probability of conversion as you are providing them with more relevant information and services they are looking for.

9. Earning through e-commerce

You can start e-commerce for selling physical products related to your blogging subject. As you have already created an audience base for that particular niche so who follows your blog may be interested to purchase hose items too. Thus e-commerce can add some serious income.

For example, if you write about any particular sports, then you can sell sports equipment through your website and earn commission on each sale.

10. Earning from organizing events

You can organize workshops, seminar/symposium or conference to brainstorm different ideas between like-minded people who also take an interest in your blogging niche. Here earning is made through the registration fees paid by the participants.


The strategies mentioned here to earn from blogging are the most predominant ones. But there are several other avenues too which can generate income from blogs. Like creating newsletters and earning from its subscriptions, organizing training and conferences and earn from registrations and many more; you are free to innovate new ideas. And the sky is the limit depending on your creativity.

As your blogging career grows and you start gaining experience, you should start adopting multiple income avenues mentioned above at a time. This would enhance your total income from your website as well as cause diversification in income sources and minimize the risk of keeping all eggs in a single basket.

It is important to keep patience and go on experimenting with new ideas. This is something that does not give a result overnight; any new idea implemented takes time to show the result. Persons with the attitude “never give up” are bound to get success. Keep your self motivated.