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Monetize Your Website With Memberships

Today I’m looking at recent blog posts related to bringing community to your website. The best way to monetize your website is to have a loyal repeat visitor base. These visitors will act as your ambassadors, and from here you can take a number of approaches to generating your website revenue. If you develop a niche community, you can offer your audience demographic to your potential site sponsors. Or if your site develops special informational value, you can capitalize on that directly using membership subscriptions.

The range of WordPress membership plugins can be overwhelming so here we examine the most popular options to help you make an informed decision.

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

Tech Toucan goes into depth here with the integration capabilities with your WordPress Website. By far my favorite is S2 Membership, it allows Paypal integration for subscription fees.



Websites can boost revenue through Advertorials
Canadian National Newspaper
Owners of online websites and blogs can get extra revenue streams through AdvertorialAgency.com, in an environment more difficult to generate advertising revenue.

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

Sick of using spammy looking Adsense to generate revenue? Get targeted headline content to appear on your site. It still pays out using a similar mechanism to the Adsense banner ads, but instead you have up-to-date article headlines relevant to your audience.


Blog post at Blogging Tips : Deciding to monetize your blog is something you need to think long and hard about. What sort of avenues will you use to generate income?

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

Affiliate links are a fantastic way to monetize your blog and they can be profitable depending on your niche. Vouching for a product using an affiliate link meaning you earn commission when someone purchases the product. Reviews and product suggestions are always helpful to your reader base, I find Google Affiliate Program particularly useful for this. Pay attention to the comments section of this article, people’s individual experiences are noteworthy and may be relevant to how you want to run your particular website.


Do you have any monetization tips for non-WordPress CMS websites? Please get in touch here on Google Plus if you have tips you’d like to share via Superb.net – Juliana