No you don't need to have all the 3 types of ads on your blog to earn money but it will increase the chances of earning more money because when ads are more prominent and abundant, advertisers are more likely to advertise on your blog.
This simple algorithm applies to all Nuffnangers upon cash out to figure out when your cheque will arrive. Last day of "cash out" month + 30 days processing period + 14th days approximate mailing time. Example: I cashed out on the 19th of July 2012. (31st July + 30 days + 14 days = Cheque will arrive on the 15th of September 2012)
Should it not arrive by then, kindly let us know so we can take action right away. Please let us know within 6 months of the date of your requested cashout, and we will reissue you a new cheque immediately. Otherwise, the cheque will expire one year from the date it was issued, and the amount declared unclaimed
As mentioned earlier, bloggers earn by serving Nuffnang ads on their blog so ad campaigns can run on them. Therefore your earnings directly correspond to the number of visits and clicks you get each day on your blog. The higher your engagement, the more you will earn.
Unfortunately there isn't a magic formula that can work for everyone. Blogging is about self-expression and earning money from that is secondary but of course important and motivating. All we can say is blog about the things you're passionate about as it will reflect on your blog.
The main reason your earnings are still zero is due to blog or site traffic. If your traffic is extremely low, then it is normal to have zero earnings. To combat this, start driving traffic to your blog!
Advertorial opportunity is offered selectively by advertisers to bloggers who have high number of visitors and has a suitable content and writing style with their products/services. Nuffnang will always champion bloggers with high traffic (at least 1000 unique visitors daily) to advertisers for advertorial opportunities but the decision to pick a blogger in particular lies in the hands of advertisers. Once picked for an advertorial; we will get in touch with the blogger with further instructions.
Write into our helpdesk and tell us you want to change your Payee Name. Include in the ticket your updated payee name and IC number for verification. Bear in mind that your payee name should resemble your name on your Identification Card.
You may add as many blogs as you wish to your Nuffnang account however we suggest only adding the ones that are active, display Nuffnang ads and are open to public to ensure the stability of your status.
Polls are meant for you to utilize if you wish to know your visitors better. It will also help subtly for advertisers to know your readers better so they can advertise more effectively on your blog in the long run.
Yes of course! As long as you're a Nuffnanger, it is an open opportunity. All Featured Bloggers go through a nomination process to ensure that all is fair and right so should you be interested, do write in to us on our Helpdesk and share with us a little bit about yourself and why you think we should choose you to be our next Featured Blogger of the Month.
Nuffnang events are the cherry on top of the ice-cream sundae here at Nuffnang. As a Nuffnanger, you have full access to all our events. As most of the events are free, there is usually some form of giveaway or contest running. To ensure it is fair for all Nuffnangers, you are required to join the contest and winners will be chosen accordingly as per the mechanics.
Click-Through-Ratio - The Click-Through-Ratio indicates the amount of people who click on your ads out of the total amount of visits you get. The higher the CTR, the better as blogs with a CTR of more than 0.2% will automatically be eligible for a CTR bonus which is extra earnings.
Nuffnang Ads do not look like Google Ads, are neither contextual nor formatted in any way to look like Google Ads or search boxes so you should not have a problem with putting on Nuffnang Ads on the same page as Google Adsense. Do refer to the Google Adsense Program Policies for further details.