Couldn’t agree with you more Bill. I think you have nailed it with these list of affiliate offers. I was hoping to get something in relation to travel blog based affiliate programs. You know recently I came across this article on the internet https://www.flavoursofdigital.com/list-of-affiliate-programs/, here they have listed quite a bunch of affiliate offers, but not as relevant as yours. I was hoping to get an experts viewpoint on whether those offers are relevant or not, just the travel portion. It would be very much helpful for me to opt for them then. Also if you could give me some idea on what offers to choose that would also work. Thanks again in advance.
Carloine, I don’t see it as a mistake you have not yet monetized your blog. In my view the mistake comes when you try to put the monetization in first. There’s way too many people putting up sites without original content, pasting in go-articles, and thinking if they implement SEO tactics adsense will make them serious money. I doubt any blog will succeeed without good, original content, so I think you are wise to put that in first.
Affiliate programs are the current hot thing in monetising websites. The basics are that retailers like Amazon will pay you a percentage if you send someone to their website to buy something. The percentage ranges from around 3% with sites like Amazon all the way up to 60% or even higher for information products sold by other people looking to make passive income.
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When promoting affiliate offers, just make sure you are fully aware of all the terms and conditions attached to your affiliate program. Some programs can be strict about how they allow you to promote their products. For example, some may limit you to banner ads and links only, while others will allow you to use paid advertising, but won't allow email marketing.