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Do you make money with a blog? What are really the possibilities for those who want to monetize a blog? With these questions as a starting point, we are going to first explain the classic methods of making a blog profitable, to finish by clarifying how you can extract monetary benefit from blog advertising.


Advertising in its most classic sense has proven effective for many bloggers in recent years and is among the easiest sources of income to regulate for many. However, there are also other options with which to get monetary benefit from a blog. Here is the complete guideline on how to start a blog in India or in any other country and earn money from it by different methods. We briefly present them below.


Promotion of own products


A good blog that offers quality content lays the foundation for promoting other types of products or services. Bloggers who position their knowledge around a topic become specialists and make the most of this expert status to earn a higher income. Thus, a freelancer (egg a photographer or a web designer) can blog about current topics in relation to their discipline and offer their services as a professional at the same time. Journalists use their blogs to promote themselves and get, in this way, jobs in magazines or newspapers with great recognition. Other examples of your own products or services that can be promoted on the blog include, for example, e-books, seminars, and workshops, or video tutorials.


Offer paid content


Another option to earn money as a blogger is the implementation of the so-called paywall (payment wall). While in countries such as Germany or the United States, paid content is focused on newspapers and academic publications, in Spain its consumption is focused on the entertainment sector, with video games and music being the best example of its application. Generally, a paywall is deactivated with the payment of a monthly subscription fee and can be applied in two ways. It is possible to offer free and paid content on the same page. On a WordPress blog, it can be done with plugins like Tinypass. Another option is to create a subscriber-only page displaying Premium content.


Financing through donations


By installing a button for donations on the page, you can ask your readers for financial support on a voluntary basis. Unlike the paywall model, all content is free and remains free even if the reader decides to donate. Specialized providers like Flattr make the donation process easy. However, this service assumes that the reader is registered with Flatter and has a certain credit. If preferred, a direct donation option can be offered, for example by providing bank account information on the blog.


Sell ​​links


Another and apparently lucrative option to make money from a blog is the sale of links that are not marked as paid advertising. This type of transaction can be carried out on pages such as Sponsor. However, these links have a significant disadvantage compared to sponsored post links, because if they are not marked as advertising they violate Google's guidelines so that the blogger has to resign himself to a penalty from the search engine. As a consequence, you can suffer a PageRank decrease and the loss of a good positioning in the search results pages, which would make the blog less important in the eyes of most advertisers.


Current regulations for commercial blogs


Business blogging doesn't work if you don't follow the rules of the game. Although in any country there is no explicit law that is in charge of regulating the commercial activity of a blog, there are economic and fiscal obligations depending on the amount of income generated, as these are also subject to taxes. Here are some basic aspects to consider for taxation if you make money with a blog:


  1. Tax on Economic Activities: this tax is applied to the self-employed and to companies in the event of carrying out an artistic, professional, or business activity within Spanish territory. The regulations provide that:


  • Both freelancers and companies are exempt during the first two years of activity.
  • From the third year on, payment is mandatory if during the first year of activity your blog had a net turnover of more than one million dollars.


  2. Personal Income Tax: as a self-employed person, you are obliged to submit a quarterly form 130 for fractional payment of Personal Income Tax (IRPF), that is, your income statement. In the event that you charge one or more clients more than 3,000 euros in a year, you must complete form 37 of operations with third parties.


  3. Value Added Tax: the famous VAT is also mandatory if you have a business blog. If you work with Spanish advertisers, you must submit it every 3 months by filling in form 303. For this, it is very useful to keep a record of all invoices. If you have earned all your income from AdSense, the rules are different. Google Ireland is the payer of AdSense, therefore, as it is a European company and not a Spanish one, its operations are not subject to VAT. However, as it is a commercial activity within the European Union, it forces bloggers to declare the annual total of payments received by AdSense and other companies in the European community.




Blogging is a way to earn money online. It’s a very budget-friendly startup or also you can start blogging free and earn money from it by different methond but there are some laws and regulations that should be followed by us.

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