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Monetize WordPress

How to Monetize Your Blog Without Ads

In the early days of blogging, blog owners could make a profit with banner ads. However, Adsense is now paying a fraction of what it once did, and other ad networks like Outbrain and Taboola can only fill some of the revenue gaps that online publishers have relied on in the past. At first, bloggers […]

8 Ways To Collect Donations On Your WordPress Blog

Whether you’re a non-profit, charity, NGO, club, or other organization that needs to raise money, you need to be able to collect and manage donations on your WordPress website. With that in mind, here is a list of 8 WordPress plugins you can use to accept donations and manage donors. 8 WordPress Plugins to Accept […]

Adding Google AdSense To Your WordPress Blog

One of the simplest ways to monetize your WordPress blog or website is by displaying ads from an established ad network. Ad Networks connect business owners and advertisers to publishers, blogs, and websites that want to show ads. The network manages the selling of ads so you don’t have to. Google AdSense is an advertising […]

Common Bottlenecks That Slow Down WordPress Sites

Is your WordPress site loading slow? Many factors can slow down WordPress, but luckily you do not need to be a tech-expert to fix them. In this guide, I’ll walk you through the most common bottlenecks that slow down WordPress and present a solution to each one. You can (and should) follow along with this […]

Five Easy Ways To Quickly Brainstorm And Plan New Blog Posts

Every business owner I have ever built a WordPress website for loves the idea of a blog. They have heard that blogging is the fastest and easiest ways to increase website traffic, improve search engine rankings, build a big email list, gain expert positioning, and attract new clients—and they want to achieve all of that. […]

Understanding Your Worth — How to Calculate a Minimum Hourly Rate for WordPress Projects

Whether you use hourly pricing, flat-rate pricing, or value-based pricing for your WordPress projects, to calculate the total price for a specific scope of work, you need to know your minimum hourly rate. But where do you start, what do you need to consider when setting your pricing, and how do you calculate an effective […]