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This is the fantasy, isn't that so? You get up, and make some espresso. You settle in on the lounge chair and begin your work day – in your night wear. (You're an expert blogger, so no one gets the chance to reveal to you what to wear). You switch on your tablet or notebook, check your email, and see many notifications: "You've Been Issued a Payment."

Overnight, you've made hundreds, possibly a huge number of dollars. Cash truly shows up in your financial balance while you rest. Also, what's the key to this espresso drinking, pajama-wearing way of life? 
Advertising, obviously!

Those little promotions holding up calmly in your sidebar to win you cash while you throw together your next mochaccino. 

Why Advertising is a BAD Strategy for Serious Bloggers 
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In the event that you truly need to experience that fantasy, full-time blogger way of life, putting promoting on your blog is the exact opposite thing you ought to do. 

In any case, many bloggers think they can install WordPress, put some advertisements in the sidebar or (pop-up), work on getting TRAFFICS tricks, and after that sit back to watch the cash stream in.

Be that as it may, in all actuality, it doesn't work that way.

Excessively numerous bloggers are squandering their valuable time with a procedure that'll never pay off the way they hope.
We will like to itemize some reasons why you shouldn't rely nor use an ads on your website

  1. Website Ads Pay You Peanuts
You need to make money from blogging, and you need to do it rapidly. Yet, the amusing thing is, advertising is really horrendous means of making money. Until you have genuine and strong traffic, the sums included are so little it's practically humiliating.

How about we take a gander, the majority of the promotions/adverts you see on websites are created by Google AdSense. 

Many components influence the amount you can make through Google Adsense, including the topic you blog about, the particular advertisement showed, how much view you have, and what rate of that traffic clicks adverts.

The normal "Click Though Rate" (CTR) differs by industry; be that as it may, the normal is around 0.1%. Suppose the normal cost-per-click (the amount you gain when visitors clicks an advertisement) is $0.50. 
That implies you would require around 1,000 guests every day to get even one advertisement click and get $0.50 for the day.

On the off chance that you have more than 1,000 guests every day to your blog, you can show improvement over $0.50 every day in wage. 

Most importantly blogging requires a huge amount of traffic to be advantageous, and when you have a great deal of views, you have much preferable approaches to adapt it over through advertising. 

  1. 2. Website Ads Look Squirrel! 
As a blogger, you're continually attempting to find approaches to hold your users attention with your contents.

What's more, it is difficult! You make ideal introductions to your contents to attract visitors. You hold their attention with fresh and clear composition stuffed with drawing and quotable pieces of data. You compose closings that make them need to hop up and make a move. 

At the end of the day, you buckle down for each second of your readers attention. 

In any case, advertisements goes after that attention by drawing their eyes far from your content and onto the advertisement.
Consider it. Promoting is intended to occupy users from the content you need them to see – the content you worked your rear end off to make for them. 

  1. 3. Website Ads are conversion killer 
Brilliant bloggers dependably realize what they need readers to do next. 
It may be to share the post they've quite recently perused, subscribe to an email list, or read another significant post. 

So they'll incite perusers to make that next stride by including an unmistakable "call to action" like a link or button. But the issue is, website advertisements are likewise call to action. 

What's more, if a guest is following up on Google's suggestion to take action, that implies they aren't following up on yours. 
Advertising influences change and retention since it gives perusers another choice – to click a tantalizingly worded advertisement – as opposed to doing what you need them to do. 

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