Going back yesteryears, available advertising are radio, newspaper and television, which are still available. But with today’s technology, everyone, specifically students and professionals utilize computers most of the time. And with the growing numbers of people and networking sites, internet advertising as I said is born.
As you may notice, when you open a website, blinking ad banners, text ads are seen in every corner of a site, these are the advertisement. Owners of the website are being paid for every click made on those ads inside their web. Aside from cpc or cost per click, there is also the cpm or cost per meter wherein a website is being paid per impression, and lastly, the sponsored reviews or paid post – this applies particularly to a blog site. A blogger has to make a post or review about an article, product or website, with specific requirements followed. A blogger may or may not write a negative review but this also depends on the opportunity requirements. Most of the time, it requires positive ones though. A post amount or rate varies, depending on the website. Likewise, if your blog site has less impression, indexed pages and readership, you will most likely see less opportunity. But it’s no problem, you will then increase your page rank as you continue improving and updating your blog. Just be patient! So if you are not busy with corporate work, you may want to try having a part time job or work from home – online job.