Many bloggers search for the greatest ‘related posts’ plugin that will keep our visitors on your site and increase your monthly page views (therefore increasing your earnings!). There are arguments this way and that, but the best I have found for driving my traffic back through this site is nRelate.
Now you have probably heard of nRelate if you have been blogging for any amount of time, but what you may not know is that you can monetize your related posts plugin in 5 minutes.
By doing this you are setting up advertiser links that are mixed in with your related posts. Every time a visitor to your site clicks an advertiser link, you get paid.
Here is how you can set up and make money with nRelate in a matter of seconds:
1. Download and install nRelate.
Obviously to make money with nRelate, you need to have the nRelate related posts on your site! Currently nRelate only has support for WordPress, Blogger, and Tumblr platforms. They are working on expanding their availability.
If you have one of these platforms (most do!), follow the instructions at nRelate’s website to install the plugin.
2. Register at nRelate.com
In order to start showing sponsored links on your website, you need to sign up at nRelate and register your website.
After you have signed up, you will click the “Advertising” tab on the nRelate website and enter your partner-id, which can be found on your blog’s nRelate dashboard.
3. Set up your plugin to display sponsored links!
To complete the process of monetizing nRelate, you need to go to your blogging dashboard and enter into your nRelate settings. Under the advertising tab on your blogging platform, you can set how many ads your wish to display and how they are to be mixed in with your site links. Set these to your desired amount.
That’s it! You can now log into your nRelate account and track how many clicks and how much money you are making from nRelate sponsored links. Try adjusting the style and quantity of the links displayed in order to maximize your money making potential with nRelate!
How much do you make with nRelate? Are there other plugins that you prefer? Make sure to comment!
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