Chances are that if someone visits a bad address on your website (it could be a mis-spelled URL, a page that’s since been deleted, etc), they’ll see a 404 page.
It’s simply a catchall page that visitors are directed to when a page URL is invalid. And most webmasters do nothing with this page.
However, it is a page that can be monetized. Why not put an ad on the page for some product related to your niche? You likely won’t get many sales, but you’ll get zero sales from a standard 404 page.
You could also turn it into an informational page with links directing visitors to other important parts of …
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I originally wrote this post back in 2013. It’s still very relevant today.
The Problem With Google Adsense
I’ve been getting feedback from people about notices like this that they’re getting from Google in relation to their Adsense accounts:
Google AdSense ad serving has been disabled to your site
Google are never specific in what is actually wrong with a site. They provide vague hints of things webmasters should look at and it’s left to the webmaster to figure out what rule they’ve broken. Google could be very helpful here in telling a webmaster what to do to get a site back in compliance with the Adsense Terms of Service, but they …
If you build lots of WordPress blogs for yourself or, especially, if you build sites for sale or for clients, one issue you’ve probably come up against are the licensing rights for some of the themes and plugins you use.
Not every commercial theme or plugin can be included in a handover of a site to a new owner. In some cases, the new owner is required to buy their own license for a theme or a plugin or two.
Many developers in the WordPress community sell what are known as Developer’s Rights for their products, allowing you to include their products on sites you build for sale or for clients.
Review sites all have one thing in common – they post reviews about multiple products in their niche. But maybe what a visitor wants is to This WordPress plugin is on my list of things to buy. It creates professional looking comparison tables and makes the whole process much less onerous. Tables like these:
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In case you don’t know what arbitrage is, it’s buying something for one price and selling it for a higher price (hopefully) and pocketing the difference.
It’s an ancient way of doing business and its use continues today because it can be very profitable.
It’s a model I used over a decade ago when I used to buy space program memorabilia on auction sites and then sell it at a profit either on eBay or locally through classified ads.
It’s a model that can also work well for webmasters.
Buy cheap traffic from one source, have that traffic directed to a webpage and then earn from clicks on ads and affiliate links …
It’s now been 6 weeks since Andrew Hansen launched his Forever Affiliate affiliate marketing blueprint, so I thought it was time to provide a progress report on how I’ve been doing with it.
Andrew Hansen’s Forever Affiliate Course Members Area
The first couple of weeks I spent just going through the course materials, familiarizing myself with Hansen’s approach to product research, site structure and layout, competition analysis and promotional techniques. There are quite a few videos in the course (about 60) so it takes time to go through them.
If you’ve been reading my recent posts you’ll know that I was humming and hawing about whether to sign up …