MGID’s Audience Development Platform Engagement Model

Just like everyone has a smartphone these days, people have websites and blogs. Interestingly they use their websites and blogs just like they use a smartphone. It is not just their blog, but also their business and they are working hard to get the investment from it. They need advertisers to monetize their websites and blogs, make money out of it. Contemporary technology provides several platforms to connect publishers and advertisers, thus helping them make quick bucks. We are going to talk about such a platform to help you earn money.

In this post we are going to talk about MGID.com, the largest audience development platform in the world which unites thousands of websites. You don’t need to get confused with the term “Audience Development Platform” – it is a smart tool to deliver new visitors with the help of widgets. They offer:

  • A new and powerful way to advertise products, services and website content.
  • Huge audience development network of premium publishers.
  • Quality content, traffic and visitors.

Since we are talking about Audience Development Platform, we need to know about recommendatory widgets. They serve as a gateway, like gateways between the Internet and your blog/website. Recommendatory widgets increase the engagement of your website’s readers and attract new returning visitors.

The traffic generated by MGID is organic, because it involves regular Internet users who are surfing the web. They are grabbed by the attractive titles and thumbnails, they click on then and they read them like normal posts. The widgets look attractive and adds additional charm to your website. Good thing about it is that you don’t have to worry about Google’s recent updates because MGID’s audience development platform meets all the standards.

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For the freelancers and bloggers who think that they could better monetize website traffic with banners and context ads, let me tell you something. MGID’s recommendatory widgets are basically the same thing as native ads and native ads outperform banners and context ads dramatically. Forbes, The Atlantic and The Washington Post are using native ads, and with MGID simple bloggers receive an opportunity to use this kind of advertising. This is a win-win situation.

I think you’re really interested to try this, aren’t you? It’s very simple to get started. Just register on MGID (yes, it’s free) and after approval you can place the widget on your website. Now the MGID editorial team selects the most compelling posts from your blog posts and according to that creates advertisements. They are placed on news.mgid.com and in the audience development network. Their network has almost 3000 websites right now. Now just wait and see your traffic explode.

This is more like a mutual partnership, your website is getting additional traffic for free and at the same time you can also earn from it.

Just visit MGID.com and give it a try. I’m sure you’ll love it. Just experiment with it and you’ll get your desired results in terms of traffic and revenue. Do let us know your opinions in the comments section below.

5 Cool Widgets & Services for Your Blogger Blog

Blogger has always been given step-motherly treatment while Wordpress gets all the attention. My experience with PC Geek on Blogger has helped me learn a lot about this platform and inevitably, I came across many plug-ins (known as widgets in blogger). In this post, I am going to provide you with a walk-through of 5 Widgets I think are worth using on your blog, some of the services I mention here are also available for Wordpress.

Disqus:

Disqus

Disqus is a very popular Comment Management System for blogs and with Blogger having a substandard comment system, the third party comment management services have become more significant among bloggers. Disqus gives you the convenience of threaded comments and many other useful features such as commenting with your Twitter/Facebook/Yahoo profile. If you are looking for a good alternative to Disqus, you should consider Intense Debate.

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