Though we have to make money from our content, but i think less is more when it comes to online publication. Even on TV , Have you ever watched a TV station when shows you adverts in the middle of an interesting program. OMG that can put me off. I have tested some thing on one of my sides, i removed ads from my content and kept only two ads one on the side and a small one at the top. Page views increased to and CTR also increased. Meaning readers will reward you if you don’t interrupt them with ads. Look at a site like businessinsider , you will read with no interruption all their ads are outside the content.
My methods can’t be summarized because they’re organic and vary enormously from review to review. Some articles essentially write themselves: Some connection is made, some inspiration found, some metaphor dictates the flow, and the whole emerges fundamentally in its final form in anything from 20 to 40 minutes (that’s for a 900-word article, and I’m not a fast typist). Others are grueling: I need to seek half a dozen sources to cite and from which to add images, the information I’m presenting has to be checked and cross-checked with sources on both sides of the issue, and the resulting 3,000-word draft article must then be condensed to fit the space available; in such cases, an article may require several hours, but the result is often of such worth that those who read it are moved to commend my efforts, and — for me, anyway — that is enough to justify them.