Earning a living and making money with a website requires time, dedication and good business planning. Establishing a site doesn’t happen overnight and neither does website monetisation success.
The following collection of sayings is attributed to people already at the top; people who are ‘famous’ in the world of website development: SEO professionals; experienced bloggers; consultants – all giving valuable pieces of advice on the topic of making money from a website…
that your website can’t cash.
Avinash Kaushik – kaushik.net
(author and digital marketing evangelist for Google)
translate to relative site popularity or
sites meeting their objectives (desired conversions).
SEO gets the visitor to the door.
It’s up to your site’s content
to welcome and retain that visitor.
John I. Jerkovic
SEO Warrior, page 1
for turning all of the online dials
and clearly setting the direction
for your online strategy as well as
making sure your strategy lines up
with all of the other marketing programs
that are being executed,
your online strategy will fail.
Q&A With Rob Crigler, Director Of Interactive Marketing For Orkin
the most common denominator for SEO failure
among hundreds of people.
Planning holds two distinctions.
First, it is the single most important step
in making a long-term positive change.
Second, it is the most overlooked step
in just about any process.
SEO Answer Book, page 10
There are many ways to make money from a website, but there is a big difference between these and the various methods and techniques necessary to make substantial money.
In comments, links, social media landscape in general.
Listen. Extrapolate. Do something with that information.
Brian Clark – copyblogger.com
when you build something
that is real and when it matters to people!
Darren Rowse – problogger.net
but email is for revenue.
Bryan Eisenberg – bryaneisenberg.com
when you create a solution,
you’re an innovator and
you solve problems for people and
they like what you have to offer,
of course you automatically make money.
Kim Dotcom Gives First Interview
not from persistently promoting what’s not working.
Anything You Want, page 3