I’ve been really focussed on learning as much as I can about monetising my blog. I’ve been reading books, researching online (there’s an endless amount of information out there!) and most importantly self teaching by experimenting myself to test (or prove) things I had read about. I’ve been keeping my notes in a Word document that grown to be so big it could be a book (at the time of writing, it’s a 257 page document), plus I’ve got enormous spreadsheets that I use to extensively analyse both traffic, the blog, and ad revenue (including the correlation between the three).
I’ve collated so much information and I thought it would be helpful to set up a Blogger Resources section on RecipeTin Eats where I can share everything I’ve learned (plus I know where to go to reference the information myself!).
My goal is to build a comprehensive blogger resources library, covering everything from the basics of how to set up a blog, through to monetisation – the various ways it can be done, how to do it, and most importantly, how to maximise the money you make from your blog.
All Blogger Resources on RecipeTin Eats ARE FREE and ALWAYS WILL BE. My goal is simply to share the what I’ve learned, including my mistakes, to save you the time I’ve invested researching, learning and most importantly, self teaching through practice.
Learn about the different ways to earn money from our food blog.
Learn how to set up a backfill waterfall and instantly increase ad revenue. (I mean it!)
A comprehensive guide to ad networks for food bloggers, including CPM and fill rates.
Earn more Ad revenue by putting 2 thin ads next to each other instead of 1 wide ad.
MORE CHAPTERS COMING SOON:
The Basics – Ads on Your Blog
What are the different types of ads and which ones pay the most?
Where’s the best place to put ads on my blog?
How many ads can I have on my blog?
Sponsored posts – how to find them / get the opportunities, how much to charge
What’s view-ability? How does that impact me?
Traffic from mobile devices – how much ad revenue are you missing out on?
PLUS: NEW FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND TRICKS COMING SOON! Extensive e-course to help you improve your food photography. It’s free! And always will be!