The Top 10 Advertising Networks

Do you want to make money online? Monetizing a website doesn’t mean you need an inventory of products or offer services. You can easily sell products and services belonging to other businesses, or you can simply make money from featuring advertisements on your site. There are many advertising networks available these days, but not all of them will give you a decent percentage of each sale or pay per click. That’s why you should consider one of these top ten advertising networks.

1. Google AdSense

Google AdSense is one of the most popular advertising networks available today. It’s a Cost per Click (CPC) network, which means you are paid an amount every time someone clicks on one of the ads on your site. People have made a lot of money using Google Adsense. Google reports that sites such as,,, and many others have generated substantial income using AdSense.

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30+ Sites to Find Free Images for Your Blog Posts

A picture is worth a thousand words.

People love images. Images grab their attention. They make them want to read a blog post. Since it’s important to publish regular content on your site, finding free images can save you a lot of money. Consider using some of these sites the next time you’re publishing a blog post on your site.

No Attribution Images

No attribution images do not require you to identify where you retrieved them or who owns them.

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5 Backup Solutions for WordPress

The last thing you want is a DDoS attack or hosting failure on your site that causes you to lose everything. All the content, images, videos, and design gone forever. That’s a lot of time and money wasted. Instead of taking the risk, consider using one of these five backup solutions for WordPress.

1. BackupBuddy


Set it and forget it is how BackupBuddy works. iThemes created this backup solution for WordPress to help people who are busy. All you have to do is set up the schedule for when you want it to back up your site. Many people choose Fridays to schedule the backup because then everything that has happened throughout the week will be saved. Other people like to schedule a backup more frequently such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The number of times you choose to back up your site depends on how often it’s updated with new information. When BackupBuddy does back up the data on your site, it will store it on Dropbox, Rackspace Cloud, an FTP server, or send it to your email.

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How to Choose a Hosting Provider

You have an idea for a website. You’ve secured the best domain name. Now, all you need is to choose a hosting provider. Immediately, you Google for potential options. Instead of just picking the first provider from the search engine results, it’s important to take some time to consider the differences between hosting providers. Each host has different features, pricing, and limitations based on the plan you select. Having used many hosts over the past decade, we can unequivocally say that the research you’re doing now is well worth the time investment. Below are several things to consider when evaluating website hosting providers.

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Research Customer Reviews

Before choosing a hosting provider, make sure it has a stellar reputation. You’ll find hundreds of sites that claim to provide reviews on the best hosting companies. Unfortunately, there’s little consistency between their results and sifting through them will leave you in no better a position to choose a provider.

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