You have probably done affiliate marketing, native ads, and even push notifications but want a new easy monetization method.
Don’t worry, we have a solution.
In this article, we’re going to show you how you can increase your website or blog income simply by using banner ads and how much earning potential it really has.
So, without further ado, let’s dig in…
What Is Banner Advertising?
Banner advertising or also known as display advertising is one of the most trusted and earliest forms of advertising technique that bloggers and publishers use to monetize their websites. In fact, it’s so popular that it’s everything on the internet today. Even if you just surf the internet for a couple of minutes, you will eventually see the banner ads; and you will see a lot of them.
How Does It Work?
The way banner advertisements work is quite simple. Assume you have a website who wants to monetize it which makes you a publisher. On the other hand, there are advertisers who want to rent a space in your site for banner advertisements.
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As the publisher, you are willing to give a certain amount of space in your website on rent. And the advertisers use that space in your website to show ads to your audience in exchange for a weekly or monthly or even daily rent.
Of course, many new bloggers don’t usually go to the hassle of finding their own brands and use a third party such as Google AdSense to sell ad space.
How To Make Money With It?
If you’re a publisher or a website owner, you will usually decide on the spaces in your website you want to rent for banner ads, the rate, and how many ads the brands can show in those spaces.
For example, you can rent out the side bars of your websites for four 125×125 size banner ads showing 1 ad per slot. And you can charge $20 per month for each space(Of course, the price you actually charge will depend on the you and your monthly visitor count). This way, you can easily earn at least $80 per month from that single website page.