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Aug 27, 2010 6:37 pm re: re: Monetizing My Blog Traffic with Ads
Larry Brauner
What I'm promoting, Gillian, is me. :)

> Gillian Linge wrote:
> Hi,
>I see what you are saying, however your reputation as a genuine guy will outway all that. If you choose your product carefully and don't bombard with ads I do not see a problem with selling on your blogs. People will buy from you, because you have built up trust. By only recommending items which you believe to be valuable in content, I cannot see a problem. I would certainly look at what you are promoting if you give an honest review of the product.
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>> Larry Brauner wrote:
>> I consider traffic, along with time, expertise and influence,
>>to be a basic element of social media monetization.
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>>Traffic is monetized by placing ads or sponsored content on
>>blogs, social networking sites or other types of websites.
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>>For years, I have resisted the idea of monetizing my traffic
>>with commercial ads. To a large extent, I regard my blogs as
>>professional work samples. My concern, therefore, has been
>>the possibility that monetizing my blog traffic with ads
>>might to some degree sully my image.
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>>http://optimizeyourwebpresence.com/monetizing-my-social-media-traffic-with-ads
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