Evidence that Your Content Is Generating Money


Content Marketing

In a professional context, even though you own your own business because you believe in what you are selling, it doesn’t mean that you don’t want to get paid for what you sell as well. You deserve to be paid. From the perspective of the content that you share online, it is often more difficult to determine if that content will generate money and when you will start to see the fruits of your labor realized.

You need to be sure that your hard work is going to be rewarded

Whether you believe that your content will generate money quickly or not so quickly, it is still critical that you stick with your strategy and don’t think for one second about abandoning it. If your strategy is sound and you keep at it, it will start to pay off at some point (in many different ways). 

One thing that is very important to remember is to keep your content fresh and compelling at all times. If your content eventually becomes stale, people will not continue to read it. If that happens, you won’t have the opportunity to generate revenue from your content.

It is essential that your content is constantly fresh and interesting to your readers. That is one of the main reasons why they keep coming back to read what you are posting. If they become disinterested, they will look to satisfy their needs elsewhere. That is the last thing that you want. It is really important that you make every effort possible to retain the attention of your readers. Do whatever you have to do to make that happen. The stronger your relationship with the other person becomes, the better your chances will be of eventually being able to generate revenue as a result of that relationship. 

Pairing your content with the financial side of it

The truth is that business people are in business to make money. Of course, the other side of the coin (or, at least, the side that leads up to that side) is that your content serves an important purpose of providing valuable, educational, compelling content to your readers. Your immediate objective is to prove to the people who are reading your content that you have the ability to solve their problem(s). If you can do that, you will have succeeded at solidifying your relationship with the other person and that relationship will endure.

The way that the process works is that you start out with a lead, that lead becomes a qualified lead (hopefully after not too much time), your lead is at the point where he or she is serious about buying what you are selling, and you close the sale. Of course, there is a lot of work and perhaps a lot of time that goes by between the beginning and the end of the process. 

How do you start to generate revenue from your content?

The first thing that you need to understand is that if you are going to succeed at getting paid for your content, you will have to put in the effort that is necessary to make that happen. Remember that your content has to be as useful in that situation as possible. That means that you need to get a lot of mileage out of it.

The sales aspect of your business needs to be really solid and you  are going to need to sell your brand like you have never sold it before. Of course, that doesn’t mean that you are allowed to give anyone a “hard sell.” The idea remains that nobody wants that. At least, they don’t want to believe that anyone is selling them anything. You must be as discrete as you possibly can. You want to contribute as much value through your content as you can and the truth is that you have an awful lot to contribute.

It is very important that you have goals in mind when it comes to how much money you want to earn. Don’t forget about your key performance indicators (KPIs), which will help you to achieve your goals. You should think of your KPIs as milestones. If you work toward one milestone at a time, they will be easier to achieve than if you think about them in total. That will just be overwhelming for you.


You have every potential to earn money as a result of your revenue. However, you need to go about it in the right way so that you start to allow the revenue to flow through your business and continue to generate more and more. It is a good idea to adopt a simplistic approach, if that works for your business. Of course, remember to include a call-to-action in every piece of content. That is the only way that the reader will be able to connect with you and with your business. Being financially successful means that your hard work is paying off as it should.

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Michael Cohn is the founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of CompuKol Communications LLC. He has over 25 years of experience in IT and web technologies.

Mr. Cohn founded CompuKol Communications to help small businesses and entrepreneurs increase their exposure and reputation on the Internet. CompuKol consults, creates, and implements communication strategies for small businesses to monopolize their markets with a unique business voice, vision, and visibility.

Prior to that, Mr. Cohn spent a significant amount of time at a major telecommunications company, where his main focus was on initiating and leading synergy efforts across all business units by dramatically improving efficiency, online collaboration, and the company’s Intranet capabilities, which accelerated gains in business productivity. His expertise includes social media marketing strategies; internet marketing; web presence design; business analysis; project management; management of global cross-matrix teams; systems engineering and analysis, architecture, prototyping and integration; technology evaluation and assessment; systems development; performance evaluation; and management of off-shore development.

Mr. Cohn earned a Master’s degree in project management from George Washington University in Washington, DC; and a Master’s degree in computer science and a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ.


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