Should You Make Them Pay for Content? - Online Content
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Online content is prevalent all over the Web. Sites offer interesting text, catchy phrases and intriguing ideas in order to tempt the most visitors their way. Content on the Web is an ongoing battle, where new articles and posts must always be offered in order to keep up with all the competition. Online content is commonly thought of as words, but in fact anything that’s offered to the visitors on a Web site can be considered content.
Streaming video, embedded audio, flashy images and blog posts could all be considered content, and many Web sites offer a mix of different types of content to appeal to different types of Internet users (and thus, a wider audience). All of the content combines to create those necessary keywords.
The words are what draw traffic in. Now, what are you going to do with those visitors now that you’ve got them on the site?
Site Management and Money-Making
There are a lot of ways for you to spend money if you’re running your own Web site. There might be employees to hire or online fees to consider, things which put a strain on your personal finances. You might even have to pay money to help you with the maintenance and operation of the site in general, fees that exist simply because your site does.
There are a lot of ways to spend money online, but there are also several options you might explore if you want to start making money to recoup expenses.
Many inexpensive and no-cost programs will buy space on your site to display their ads, an agreement which results in money for you when your traffic clicks through to those advertisers. Many of these programs can be implemented on your site simultaneously, allowing you to take advantage of several different revenue-generating ads at the same time.
But what if you want to save your space for the aspects of your site that really matter? What if you want to fill your pages with content, features and navigational links…instead of advertising? There is another way to make money for your site.
You could always make them pay for content.
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