A web site is one in which there is many different forms of content and you can also include items that are being sold by the site owner. Therefore a web site is a bit more complicated than a simple online store. Sounds funny doesn’t it? But it’s very true. With a web site you will need to have much more content both free and products but with an online or E-commerce store you will only need to list those things that you are selling. And a few other pages that consist of your store policies. A web site is going to take you more time to set up than an online store. The most time consuming part of setting up an online download goods store is the process of uploading your files and putting a price and description on to them. Can it be that simple? It doesn’t have to be hard. Plus, TradeBit is perfect for those that sell products through eBay too since they have an eBay integration feature included within all their memberships. Yes, the free ones too. So, if you want to set up your own online store and you are relatively new to the whole process, TradeBit.com is definitely a site you should check in to.
Now, let’s move on to earning money with Blogs. Plenty of people do this today. I can hear you saying well aren’t blogs designed for posting up free content? However that doesn’t mean that you can’t use your Blog to earn some extra cash while you’re at it. Well there are actually a couple of different ways. One is through Google AdSense. It’s pretty easy to put up the AdSense coding that displays boxes of links leading off to related content, or products. Google will provide you with step-by-step instructions of how to place their ad boards within your blog. It’s not complicated, trust me. And the great thing about Google AdSense is that depending upon the content of the blog post it will automatically update the ads presented to fit in with the subject of the blog post. And you don’t have to do a thing past posting to your blog. Another way is to include your affiliate links underneath your blog navigation menu. Simply copy your affiliate links, and then post ’em up in your navigational links menu. Another money making funnel for your blog.