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How To Cash In On Traffic (Step By Step Tutorial – Part 1) — 8 Comments

  1. I have a personal Amazon affiliate blog and conversions are one of the things I struggle with the most. It can be incredibly frustrating when you see a couple hundred visitors and not a single conversion on your efforts. These tips have really helped me focus on things I can do better for higher Ad click rates and I will put them to use straight away.

    I have a question I hope you can clear up for me. Do you suggest placing my Ads on both my pages and posts where they fit the content or only on posts? I am trying to avoid coming across as too spammy.


    • Thanks for visiting Patrick and I am glad that this article has helped you. To answer your question Patrick, you can put your ads on both your posts and pages, but, advertising is like everything else: “everything in moderation”. You don’t want your reader to have to crawl over loads of adverts. Just put yourself in the shoes of your visitor, you come to a website to learn something. If you wanted to buy something, you would know where to go, right? So you need to post very useful content, not thinking on what you can sell, but the way I prefer to see it is that you have a few closely related adverts from time to time.

      Hope this helps and I wish you an awesome ‘BBQing’ day!

      John ツ

  2. Very useful information you’ve got here, John! I found several points beneficial for me personally, as I’ve only started my online adventure about six months ago. Loved thus! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Courtney. I am happy to know that you find useful information to use for your own website. One of my most popular articles, which I trust will be very useful to you, is: How LeadsLeap Work which will show you how to general free targeted traffic from various sources.

      If you have any question on anything, please do come back here and ask, you will certainly receive all the help you need.

      I wish you an awesome ‘wealth building’ day!

      John ツ

  3. I enjoyed reading this. I am still working on my site. These tips will come in handy as my site progresses. I will come back and revisit this post.

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Paula and for your comment. I am pleased that this particular article is useful to you.

      I look forward to seeing you again here as your website gets finished.

      Best wishes,

      I wish you an awesome ‘web building’ day!

      John ツ

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