There is always going to be money to made with content generation and web sites. The bottom line is, people are running to the search engines every day to answer their questions, research topics and looking to buy new stuff. When they come to your web site, how are they going to make you money? Of course you have the regular advertising options such as banner ads and affiliate programs, but relying on your site visitors to actually click on a non relevant banner, or having to make a purchase through an affiliate link… isn’t always the best bet.
Another alternative is “contextual marketing”, which places active text links in your content articles, which you then receive a commission on every time someone clicks on one of the links. Think of Google Adsense, but without the need to take up banner and extra space on your blog. Since contextual advertising is placed within the content of your site, your visitors will always see it and find it more useful since they are already reading about a topic they are interested in.
INTENTclick is one of the top contextual ad networks that is helping content web sites make more money with their sites. Through partnerships with some of the most well known names in online shopping, INTENTclick can delivery brand names that your visitors will notice, and click on… which makes you more money.
Let’s take a look at three different types of sites that would do extremely well with contextual marketing.
For more information on contextual marketing and how to start making money off your blogs content, visit INTENTclick.
Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.
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