One of the ways to make money online is by creating a website focused on trivia and pop culture information. There is a huge variety of topics that can be profitable, no doubt. (╯✧▽✧)╯ One capable of giving good results quickly are sites focused entirely on anime topics since in recent years there are more and more fans around the world. So here is how to Make Money With An Anime Blog.

How To Make An Anime Website (•ิ_•ิ)?

As you well know, animes correspond to idealized animated designs produced by Japanese studios. Today, they are successful all over the world, mainly in Latin America; reaching audiences of all ages, ranging from completely children’s animations to products with an exclusive focus on the adult audience.

The interesting thing is that a site dedicated to anime has all the conditions to have a good number of accesses, since there are anime of the most diverse styles and, consequently, a vast material to serve as content.

In addition, the adoration for anime among children and teenagers today is a strong indication that the so-called “geek public” is always hungry for information channels that address their favorite topics. (ノಥ益ಥ)ノ Yes, yes, rise, you little otakus of the future.

In this case, a site dedicated to commenting on curiosities, trends, advice, and everything that this fascinating universe of stories implies, has great chances of success among its niche audience.

Some Tips For Your Otaku Blog

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Anime corresponds to a vast universe of stories and characters. There are anime of various genres, from science fiction (Shin Sekai Yori), horror (YamiShibai), and fantasy (Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri), aimed at young and adult audiences, and there are those aimed at children -we are children up to 35, at least right? (ᗒᗣᗕ)՞- like Pokémon Origins.

Thus, the advice for those who want to invest in this rich topic and strong appeal to pop culture are the following:

Definition of the public

Being a wide universe of characters and series, you can choose to build a website designed for one type of anime genre.

On the other hand, it is possible to conceive a more elaborate and complex site, with links and curiosities destined to weave a general panorama of the animes, addressing curiosities referring to the oldest (such as Knights of the Zodiac, for example), up to the most recent releases (like Spy x Family).

The platform you chose

Today there are dozens of platforms for creating sites like WordPress, Wix, Joomla, etc. Each one offers special features and has various plugins and a series of advantageous resources.

Also, remember to keep it interesting and match the content of your site. As it is a theme that appeals a lot to the visual aspect, you have to be very attentive in that aspect and take advantage of the fact that several interesting templates are available for sites of this type.

Don’t forget to also adopt a suitable design for your site (depending on the size of the screen, it stretches or retracts to look nice). This type of design allows the site to be viewed on any device, be it a smartphone or a desktop.

Being able to access from smartphones and tablets, for example, is essential for the success of a website aimed at a young audience, since it is generally that type of audience that is always up to date with these technologies.

Focus on the content

There is no excuse for the lack of theme, animes have a large collection of stories, superheroes, and characters, thus containing mythologies rich in content.

In this regard, you can have space on your site for reviews of animated graphics, release advice, curiosities about productions, etc. Also, use relaxed and informal language in your texts, which will appeal to your audience. (No one is going to want to be reading something boring (¬_¬;).

Also, remember to use all the multimedia resources that a site offers. Therefore, if it is within your reach, do not neglect the production of videos and podcasts that are formats accepted by the nerd public.

Still regarding the content, remember the so-called SEO techniques. Through them, you use keywords and appropriate titles for your texts, making it easier for your site to be properly positioned in the first pages of Google search.

This adequate positioning of your site in Google is essential since the public of an anime site appreciates speed in the search for its contents.

Have a good diffusion

To develop good communication of your anime site, make good use of social networks. Today social networks are full of communities aimed at fans of these oriental productions. But remember not to abuse, filling the bag only with propaganda.

Also keep an eye out for events and conventions where anime producers, artists, and fans meet to exchange ideas and information. It can be optimal, to cover events, take photos, and publish exclusive content.

It is also interesting to make alliances with other sites on the same topic.

(╯°□°)╯$ $ $ If You Monetize, Do It With Native Ads

Monetizing is an excellent idea, the problem is that many platforms and ways of doing it are extremely invasive. If we don’t do it right, advertising ends up hindering the experience of our visitors. Therefore, choose monetization sources with native ads. This form of advertising blends into your blog naturally. I recommend you try MediaFem, it is one of the best alternatives to Adsense, which generally rejects or bans anime content blogs.

MediaFem is a full-featured online advertising platform. Combining cutting-edge technology and 12 years of industry experience, in order to provide you with a powerful and easy-to-use system to help your site grow and succeed.

By offering relevant content and adopting the most efficient methods than other ad networks, you can generate striking ads that will boost your traffic.

For displaying ads with MediaFem, publishers receive 70% of the revenue recognized by MediaFem in connection with the service.  Also support standard methods of payment to pay out publishers as Paypal.

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