First of all, I am not at liberty to reveal how much I made because I am not sure if I can do that. But I am too excited not to reveal at all. So, yeah, go check your nuffnang dashboard and under Earnings, see how much you have earned.
The figures are in. And I am pleasantly shocked to see how well it pays. If your blog’s traffic is low, then, it pays less. If your blog traffic is high, then, it pays handsomely. My personal blog has almost 3 K unique visits per day and hence, the amount goes to three figures Ringgit Malaysia per ad block per week.
I have one very low traffic blog which earns about RM8/week/ad block. But let’s say you have 10 ad blocks, it will earns you at least RM80 per week. This is not bad if you are not actively monetizing your blog. Per month, you easily earn a year’s webhosting and with balances to buy a pair of nice shoes. How’s that?
This is just a screenshot of two of my blogs. The figures are slowly coming in for the rest of my blogs.
Let’s say that I earned more from nuffnang than I earn from Google Adsense in a week. (and I do earn a lot from Adsense :P) That much I can tell you. So, what are you waiting for? Give it a shot. This is one company you do not want to miss out.
However, I have one word of advice. Remember that our advertisers who are forking out money to place ads on our site do not like to see too many competitors’ ads. If they are foreign ads, then, they don’t bother. But what if they are local companies? Will you put your money next to a competitor? Therefore, think about this? Whichever company has given proven result, stick to it.
Even with paid posts, do you notice that I mostly write for PayPerPost and not other companies? And when I do paid posts for others, I keep PayPerPost away. The ads companies (the middlemen) too do not like to see us grabbing everything that comes our way. Though they don’t restrict us, through the private forums on the international ads companies, I know their marketing staffs have hinted to us to be loyal to a selected fews and not be a used cars park lot.
Yes, you can claim your cheque once your income is over RM100. I am going to do that now!