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How to monetize the site: Monetization on a site like this is somewhat tougher. The problem is that the VAST majority of people who go to a tiny homes website are just lurkers. They are just fascinated by the idea but will never ACTUALLY build a tiny home. Thus, they’ll never buy an online course showing them how to build their tiny home, or use your Amazon affiliate links to buy products for their tiny home. Realistically, the best monetization strategy for this website is ads. Ad revenue is very small for sites with under 30k pageviews/month so your first year will likely be pretty dry. HOWEVER, ad revenue builds up quickly when you can get to a private media seller like Adthrive (requires 80k pageviews/month) or MediaVine (requires 30k pageviews/month). Ad revenue is very consistent and passive, so it could be a very nice site.
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