If you want to make extra revenue from your food blog, you might consider putting advertisements on your website. In order to make this happen, you will need an ad network which is basically a service that connects online advertisers with website publishers.
Most advertisement systems use an automated network to put advertisements in assigned areas on your cooking blog. When a customer engages with these ads (by seeing them, clicking them, or making an acquisition through the ad) you get a share of the commission, and the rest of it goes to the network.
In the course of your search for a good ad network, you’ve likely meet MediaFem. This is a company where publishers receive 70% of the revenue recognized by MediaFem in connection with the service. These percentages are reliable, regardless of a publisher’s location, and are not in any way averaged between publishers. Nowadays, it’s one of the most popular pay-per-click (PPC) programs on the web, used on over 10 million websites.
When making your choice of an advertisement network, do not settle for the first one you try, in most cases Google Adsense, BlogHer, or Conversant. Be sure to test at least a few different options over a period of time, then decide which one produces the most passive revenue for you without causing confusion on the viewer experience. It’s okay to do things in a bit unexpected way, you don’t need to go with the best known.
It doesn’t matter when you started blogging or how much experience you’ve gained in that time. As a food blogger, you can use your blog as a platform to create awareness and have a loyal audience. Avoid grandiosity. Your food blog doesn’t need to be so elaborate. If you are passionate about food and understand your spectator’s needs creating content from there, you’ll be running an outstanding and successful food blog. Wherever you’re going, make sure you enjoy the journey ahead.
Also published on Medium.