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WordPress Plugins for Monetizing Your Blog

If you’re a WordPress bloggers and you want to monetize it Lorelle has put together an essential read for you in her post which outlines Monetizing WordPress Plugins.

Lorelle’s put together a whole list of WP plugins which can be used in making money from your blog under the following titles:

  • Adding Adsense Ads to Your WordPress Blogs
  • Amazon.com WordPress Plugins
  • Other Advertising WordPress Plugins For Your WordPress Blog
  • Ad and Banner Rotator WordPress Plugins
  • Shopping Cart WordPress Plugins
  • PayPal Donations WordPress Plugins
  • Adding Ads to Feeds
  • Monitoring Other People’s Money

It’s an excellent resource which I hope you find useful.

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Comments

  1. Ashish Mohta says:

    Sounds good.I will check them

  2. oscarsito says:

    Nice guide, covers a lot of aspects on how to monetize over ads on blogs. Definitely a must read for anyone interested in earning something.

  3. weirdoux says:

    thanks darren…

    sometimes, we have a problem to choose which plugin that suit for wordpress, but things getting better now…

    good info !

  4. CraftyRetta says:

    Great list of plugins. One of which solves a current problem I was having on one of my blogs. I’m a happy blogger this morning! thank you for sharing.

  5. rjlight says:

    thanks. my frustration is that I am with wordpress.com which doesn’t allow plug-ins. I don’t know if I get enough traffic that I would make anything either. Do you try to get steady readership and then upgrade to your own hosted site and add money generating plug-ins?

  6. rjlight – If you put ads on after you have a good readership you will get complaints, and if you have ads from the start people will say you are in it just for the money. There is no winning :P Its one of those things that always has a downside

  7. I knew about most of the Adsense ones, but the rest is news to me. Thanks a lot.

  8. Elias says:

    Good link, thank you.

  9. mike says:

    thx for the plugins.

    regards

  10. I just realized darren how much you look like ….shoemoney..lol no harm intended. Great post nonetheless

  11. gagan says:

    A very good site to know about working effectively with wordpress.

  12. moi says:

    I love word press, but it’s unbelievably slow when trying to add posts.

  13. Bob says:

    Some good plugins here, a couple of which are exactly what I have been looking for.

    The Adsense ones seem to be far easier to find than the others, so this is really useful information. Thanks Darren

  14. Anuj Seth says:

    Interesting article.

    Infact, I’ve started a blog recently focusing on how to monitize your sites. Its still very much in its infancy, but I have had a lot of success over the years on making money online and I’m sharing the same with others now.

    The site is called Online Presence — http://OnlinePresence.BlogSailor.com/

  15. qianbloger says:

    so great! Exactly what I am looking for. THX!

  16. Razeen says:

    Hmm..
    Just a simple tips, i hope it can be useful for all bloggers.

  17. yesil perde says:

    Great list of plugins. One of which solves a current problem I was having on one of my blogs. I’m a happy blogger this morning! thank you for sharing.

  18. Canli says:

    hi darren, thx for the plugins.
    regards

  19. Ling says:

    Hi Darren, another great post by you!
    Btw, as a newbie, I find this challenging. I know how a plugin looks like but I dont know what’s the name to search for. For example, for after every blogpost, you have a “What Next?” I guess it’s a plugin but what is it called?
    I have seen some “Read the rest of the entry here” being replaced with “Read in about 5 minutes, ” etc… I want to implement but dont know the name of this sort of plugins.

  20. I hear that there are 6 plugins for WordPress that can be used to start a product review blog but… I’ve tried to do a Google search to find them myself but I only managed to find 1 of them:

    1) The DG Review Site (DGRS) plugin for WordPress

    can anybody help here?

  21. ITR says:

    This post has been very helpful to me, thanks!

  22. Iconic says:

    Great list!…Keep em comin.

  23. Vikas says:

    Well, for some wierd reason, my blog doesnt allow me to add plug-ins, so that post turned out to be useless for me :(.

  24. Steve says:

    Thanks for the hint, Lorelle’s list is one of the most complete and useful ones for sure.

  25. I’ll check all the plugins, I hope they really work for my blog. Thanks 4 share Darren.

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