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It depends on the traffic of the site generally. Media.net for new sites because there are no traffic requirements. But my long-term goal is to use AdThrive for my niche sites. But I’ll need to hit 100k visitors per month before I can apply."
No problem at all. All depends on the business model as to whether ads are worth while. Content strategy is a factor too. Once you’ve got a bunch of articles, you could use HARO to source content. Either using it to find experts to provide a quote or publish a group interview roundup style post like “how to make the perfect cup of tea: 15 experts share their tips” ... the relationships you make with these people can sometimes lead to them being interested in writing guest posts for you. Alternatively, you could take a look at prominent writers in your niche and reach out to them. Writing a few guest posts can work too - that’s how I got invited to write for Jon Morrow’s blog."
Best to have a look at the pricing table on their website. They do have a free plan though. That's the main reason we went with this for the tutorial. It's a nice option to test out without any financial commitments. In terms of paid plans, there are some WordPress plugins that are more affordable though - WPML for example."
Most of them are for specific lead magnets on bloggingwizard.com. So they're fairly easy to keep track of. But I have some on other sites. For general site management, I'm using BlogVault to act as a central dashboard for all my sites - it handles backups, firewall, malware scanning & I can run updates from it without visiting each site directly."
No problem. Could be an option. Or at the very least, have a landing page to offer the book that sits on the site and linked in the navigation menu. Alternatively, replace the homepage with a conversion-focused page and move the navigation elements to the bottom."