Ads by Ad Providers
Serving ads for ad providers is a blog monetization method where you register at an ad provider platform, select or make the ads you want to show, copy-paste a certain code on your blog’s pages and the ads appear.
As I mentioned before, ad revenue is the first thing that pops up when you google blog monetization options. But for ad revenue, you’ll need a bit bigger influx of traffic. What I use is Google Adsense and MediaNet. To set up Google Adsense you’ll want to have some amount of content on your blog before you apply and try multiple times if they deny your website. You’ll also want to avoid some general no-nos, such as hiding the text on the pages of your blog or scraping content from other websites.
It took two attempts for Google to accept Inspiration Wise, while Media Net did it instantly. Media Net is one of the best ad providers out there, with bigger RPM than Google. There are others, such as Propeller Ads. Almost all ad providers will demand that you have ads.txt file on your website so that you could serve ads. If you have a bigger influx of traffic, you can go to Mediavine. Propeller Ads, Media Net, and Google have accepted me at the very beginning when I had almost 0 traffic on my blog.