How to earn money on Blogsmag?
To earn money with Blogsmag, create an Id, start writing your own blogs, share it, gain views and generate revenue through automatic google ads or affiliate marketing.
If you don’t know anything from the below questions then I would recommend you to read the Team Blogs. They are available in the menu section as well as linked below. They are very necessary and will help you to write efficiently, to rank your blogs and to earn at maximum potentials. It also contains how to make a blog on Blogsmag (wordpress), how to do seo and all important stuff.
How Blogsmag Works?
Blogsmag works in a very easy manner. You sign up on blogsmag and create a post, that post is share to all social media platforms of Blogsmag and google ads are run on it. You gain impressions and income is generated.
As blogsmag is a wordpress hosted website, so when you create an id on blogsmag, you get a wordpress ID with contributor role. With that role, you can make fully customisable blog posts which are approved by admin in next 24 hours. Blogsmag don’t charge a single cent from you for doing all this stuff.
After getting a post approved, your post is shared on all social media platforms of blogsmag. And, to generate maximum potential earnings, you should also share that blog post on your on your social media accounts.
For your kind information, on all of your blogs automatic Google ads run to generate income for you. And, Google Analytics are used to track your income.
Note: If you think to buy fake views or visitors on your post, then there is no point in that. Since, as said before blogsmag team track your earnings through Google Analytics. It gives the exact value of the Impressions and earnings came on your blog post.
Also, by doing this you can be punished by an amount or it can lead your Blogsmag account ban. As it is against terms of service of Blogmag and Google Ads too.
After all this, when you successfully complete your 500+ Impressions on your blog, a payout is generated via your payout method or you can ask once in two weeks.
At last, they cut 10% from your income and transfer the rest to your account.