Every website or blog can be used to generate a passive income. There are many ways to monetize a website. However, you would agree that no one likes the idea of cluttering one’s site with an array of advertisements from a range of different ad networks. So it becomes logical to simply choose the best one. AdSense is probably the most popular service for this. It can be used to display text, video or image advertisements. As a website owner, you will be paid each time your visitors click on ads.
TheBlogger is a specialized WordPress theme dedicated to blogging, writing and storytelling. It comes with a responsive design and multiple gallery features. It offers Lightbox integration and Ninja Form compatibility for most of these aspects. TheBlogger has 11 launched demos and a blog system that supports all posting formats. It also comes with multiple blog layouts of different post display like grid or masonry. It features unlimited sidebars and 4 headers variations. TheBlogger works great for personal websites that want to interact with audience. It has advanced panel options that make coding unnecessary.
Normally the code configured in code window will not be inserted on AMP pages. There is a setting under Misc/Insertion to enable insertion also on AMP pages. However, this would insert the same code also on AMP pages which may work for image banners but not for AdSense which needs different code. The solution is to separate the codes with [ADINSERTER AMP] separator – the code above the separator will be inserted on normal pages, the code below the separator will be inserted on AMP pages. This separator can be used also for Header and Footer code.
In case you don’t see the red frame with code block number and name (as shown below) this means that the code is not inserted there (before the second paragraph) and you need to check settings. If you are unable to figure out the reason for not inserting the code block you can use debugging function Log Processing which will append the insertion log at the end of each page – switch to page source and at the end of page there should be a log as HTML comment showing settings used, the status of each code block and the reason why it is not inserted. Check Debugging for more.
The review and the approval of your website for getting an AdSense account might depend on the kind of content and user-experience provided by it. So, it is always better if you ensure that your website is putting out great content which is original and high on value. For ensuring optimal User-experience, your website should be speedy. Hence, always go through trusted reviews of web hosting before you pay for one.

Foodica is a tremendously intuitive, powerfully flexible and easy-to-use WordPress theme. It is responsive and multi-purpose, suited for a number of different websites and projects of all kinds. It is peculiarly well-suited for food-related websites, ranging from food industry to reviewers to your average foodie; Foodica has the solutions you need. Blog websites will benefit from Foodica’s blog homepage and post styles, which will make your content stand out and shine like nothing else on the web. Make every post yummy and appealing with Foodica.


With nearly two dozen of the best WordPress blogs at the forefront of your mind right now, your RSS reader should be full, your browser’s tabs should be tiny and jam-packed together, and your thinking cap should be waiting in the wings. Hopefully, whatever your niche is within the wide world of WordPress, at least a few of these blogs and sites should make their way into your regular rotation. Enjoy!

Installation and maintenance require some technical knowledge: The one con of using a tool like WordPress is that it is not as simple as some plug-and-play website builders. You will need your own server, and you'll need some basic skills to create the necessary resources and upload the files to that server. Ongoing maintenance can also be technical to a degree, so it is important that you feel comfortable doing this or have access to a resource to help with it.
Jevelin is a simple, easy to use, modern, creative, user-friendly and tech-savvy and responsive WordPress premium theme. This theme has been constructed to perform at a top-notch level as a multipurpose website with deep-running customization capacities and an intuitive visual page-building process that webmasters with no previous coding experience can easily learn within minutes.
Writing is an art and you must develop and improve as you progress in it, your expressions get more accurate, up to the mark, meaningful and according to your topic and readers. Even after publishing my blog posts, I review them later and if notice something to be better than written already, I modify and repair it with a better version of it. It’s so important to proofread, review, and fix errors, but so many publishers fail to do it either because they’re careless or they just don’t think it’s necessary. we must learn as much as we can about the precise use of language, grammar and its rules we are writing in.
Thank you for your reply 🙂 I am certainly willing to make the switch to .org and self-hosting, but I am not sure how to go about self-hosting. I purchase my domain name (ashlimontgomery.com) from DirectNic which might have a hosting option. And that’s about the extent of my knowledge or understanding of self-hosting. Where do I go to begin that process? If I get that figured out, which themes would you recommend for me? I really would like to take my blogging a step up, and I know that a really professional look that puts the content into a more user-friendly format is important to achieve that goal.

Thank you for all the info! This site is exactly what I have been looking for to help start my Blog or website. Ultimately, I would like to monetize my site but I’m not sure if I should start with a Blog or Website first. My understanding is all Blogs are websites but not all websites are Blogs. I assume if I follow your set up steps for a Blog, I can start with that and add or link the other when and if necessary? For the most flexibility and opportunity would you start with a Blog or a website or both simultaneously? My ideas involve home design, and decorating.
Hi, Thanks for the excellent list! I am currently searching for a WP theme and am a bit lost in the jungle. I am trying to look for emails to be able to ask the webpage authors a few things before buying, but seems I cannot find any such support email. Do you know if these themes always have support forums only, where anyone can see which troubles you are encountering and by adding your web address in connection with problems, that is searchable, too..? Have you figured out some other way to ask questions privately?

Newspaper is the best-selling news WordPress theme, and it is built to help you tell your stories with the use of typography, dynamism, and professional design. This modern look is the perfect solution for various industry websites. From travel to fashion and everything in between, Newspaper brings beauty and unique designs combined with quality performance and stability to any type of blog.


WordPress' plugin architecture allows users to extend the features and functionality of a website or blog. As of March 2017, WordPress has over 55,286 plugins available,[19] each of which offers custom functions and features enabling users to tailor their sites to their specific needs. These customizations range from search engine optimization, to client portals used to display private information to logged in users, to content management systems, to content displaying features, such as the addition of widgets and navigation bars. Not all available plugins are always abreast with the upgrades and as a result they may not function properly or may not function at all. Most plugins are available through WordPress themselves, either via downloading them and installing the files manually via FTP or through the WordPress dashboard. However, many third parties offer plugins through their own websites, many of which are paid packages.
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