Google Chrome recently changed their browser so that every website that didn’t have an SSL certificate was marked as insecure. And Google search has long been ranking sites without https/ssl below secure sites.
So if you want to increase your traffic and revenue from your money making sites, it’s really important that you have an SSL certificate installed. Even if you just run a blog – you still need one. But don’t worry you don’t need to pay any money to Godaddy or Namecheap for SSL anymore. Read on to find out the best two options for free certificates.
Over the past couple of months, I’ve been moving my affiliate sites over to Siteground. I’ve been able to reduce my page load times and increase my page rankings to generate more traffic and revenue.
Did you know that you can improve your SEO rankings simply by moving your website from your current host to Siteground? That’s because Siteground has optimized their hosting for speed and include a bunch of features that will make your site faster and more secure.
If you’re currently hosting your site on standard shared hosting plan, then chances are you’re leaving traffic on the table. You could improve your rankings and traffic today just by moving your site over to Siteground. Read on to find out how:
Are you looking to monetize your personal finance blog? The good news is you’ve chosen a niche that converts and pays really well. There are lots of people out there looking to sort our their financial situation. And you can help them and offer them quality tools.
I ran a blog in the personal finance space for many years, and it was one of my most profitable ventures. I’m going to share with you the top paying affiliate programs in the personal finance niche.
PopCash is a PopUnder network. While I don’t much like popup ads, for certain sites they provide the best option for monetisation. In the past I’ve successfully used PopCash to generate over $5k in income. In this post I’m going to explain the best ways to make money with PopCash and whether or not its right for your website.
A few years ago you could start a blog, write some crappy content and fill your site with Adsense and you’d make a decent profit. Things have changed dramatically since then and blogging is no longer the “in” thing.
But is it still possible to make money blogging in 2018? And is it worth starting a blog anymore?
Are you looking to monetize your blog in 2018? I’ve put together 5 solid options that I’ve used, and know to still work in 2018. While blogging might not be as “hot” as it was a few years ago, it’s still possible to generate a full time income from blogging.
Let me know in the comments what methods you’re using to make money with your blog..
Did you know that you don’t need hundreds of backlinks on high profile websites to rank at the top of Google. I’ve used the following technique to rank money making content for some of the most competitive niches. And i’ve done it without any SEO outreach or backlink building.
So if you want to start making money with Affiliate Marketing, or by selling your own products, don’t start by building backlinks – start by creating the type of content that gets ranked no matter how many backlinks you have.
There are no shortage of scams in the “make money online” space. Unfortunately, with the rise in popularity of Bitcoin, I’m seeing more and more of these scams accepting the cryptocurrency and giving the whole space a bad name.
Now while it is possible to make money online from cryptocurrency you need to be careful of the scams out there.
This post is breaking down one of those scams – Profitable Morrows. This is how you can tell it’s a scam and why you should stay as far away as possible from it:
I’m not sure how I came across MOBE, I think I saw a review on a blog. But almost immediately I knew I needed to write a post warning you to stay as far away from this crap as possible.
MOBE is a pyramid scheme. And like all pyramid schemes – some people probably do make money. But they do this by fleecing money from ignorant, unsuspecting people and giving them nothing of real value in return.