You have been working hard to produce good-quality, original content on your blog and you have attracted a decent amount of traffic by doing so.

However, money is not going to appear out of thin air just because you have traffic.

You have to turn your traffic into money.

There are several ways to generate profits from the visitors to your blog, and Google’s Adsense program allows you to do so with ultimate ease.

First, visit their website at You’ll find out more about their advertising program there.

First, Google’s Adsense program is a really useful way to monetize your blog because when users finish reading your newest post, chances are they want to leave your blog because they have nothing else to do with your blog.

If your Adsense advertisement block is visible on your blog, they might see advertisements relevant to them and click on them to exit your blog.

Ka-ching! You’ve just cashed in on your first virtual cents!

But yes, your profits will only be cents if you don’t “do it right”. This involves placing your Google ads in the right places and ensuring they blend into your site so that they appear more like links rather than advertisements to your visitors.

Consult the page to see the “heat map” of your blog. The “hotter” a certain area, the greater the chances of someone looking at your blog.

Once you get a Google Adsense account, you can change the color of your advertisement text and links. You will want them to match the colors on your blog.

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If your blog’s text is black and the links are red, do the same for the ad blocks too! It’s that simple.

Another way to earn profits from your blog is to recommend products to your readers.

When your visitors buy from the merchants you recommend, you get to keep a little commission too.

This is known as affiliate marketing and it is very easy to start because you don’t have to create your own products or services.

As an example, let’s say you discover a software product at a good price. This item is on a merchant’s website, and they offer an affiliate program.

You should create a post on your blog and do a mini-review on this item.

Rip it apart and point out its benefits and bad points, if any, and include a link (which is given by the merchant) for the visitor to purchase the software online.

If your visitor clicks and purchases the gadget, the merchant will track from the link that the purchase is referred by you, so they will send you your share of the profits.

Imagine if 1 out of every 100 visitors you get purchases this product, and you earn $27.00 commission from each purchase!

If you get 10,000 visitors in a month that would be a $2,700.00 paycheque for you just for writing about ONE product.

Now, affiliate programs are very nice ways to generate profit, but how do you find affiliate programs that are related to your blog’s theme?

Easy, just go to Google and search for +”affiliate programs”. Another slightly better way is to go to to look for affiliate programs in your niche.

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The two ways mentioned above are basic ways to generate profits from your blog.

Do not just rely on Google Adsense and nothing else!

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As I have always had an interest in the medical field, the following are blogs that I have created that deal with some of the most common medical issues that people are diagnosed with.

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