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Why and how do I use Travel Affiliate Programs to make money?
Initially my postings contained plays about why only women bite midges and my attitude to walking across etiquettes, but then I realized that I wanted to focus on traveling and that I wanted to give my blogs a real opportunity to become something.
This was a good choice, but of course it means that every single monthly money came from my trip log and for a long time no money came at all.
Last year or so, my blogs found a lot of nice new reader (thanks guys!) and that makes me very lucky. They see, as well as payment of an annuity charge for the entertainment, if I get more reader in a months than I have in my scheme, I am going to pay extras.
Obviously it's a bill I'm very fond of paying because it means the blogs are fine, but the real thing is that not only do I spend my precious hours, I also spend money on my babies every single months. Am I really expecting to be rewarded AND to be traveling?!
This year I've been working to release my powerhouses around money, to love my book like money, a love story by Kate Northrup, and to do classes to help me get over my whole lifetime, but I'm so happy in my lifetime that it's eager to want money".
The great thing is, if I invest the work in my blogs, I can earn money.
Yeah, that's last month. Really? Their course, Making Senses of Affiliate Marketing, made me realize that even though I was dealing with the affiliate business before I let far too many occasions slip by, and that it's okay to get ( really, really ) good pay. If I could do a tithe of what she does, I'd be beside myself, of course.
Honestly, I'd do a Happy Dancing if I could even do a hundredth of what she does. Well for now that's my ambitions... do a hundredths of what Michelle does in affiliate recruiting and go from there. Affiliate programs work just like any other affiliate program does, and that is by posting specific affiliate link on a website or share them through community based content so a company can tell how someone found them and make a little payment for the recommendation.
I like to know that when I click on another blogger's hyperlink, they get a little bit of affection and hopefully other folks will. To those of you who think, "Wait, Etsy isn't a holiday site," that's right, they have great travel-related treats, but much more to offer. As soon as you join affiliate programs, there are literally hundred of companies to select from, and although I have some that are not just traveling, they are still things I believe in and use myself.
Because I don't want to spice up my blogs with a lot of casual stuff linked to things, I'm pretty choosy and often say a courteous no after being asked to participate in programs that aren't right for me or my reader.
At times we don't really get money, but we could get a voucher to an bank that we have with the business. However, this is not really an affiliate and is instead the kind of recommendation program that everyone can take advantage of, such as the way new clients receive AirBNB loans when they click on an affiliate member affiliate links.
Others I get credit for are Boardbooster, the interest rate manager that has made my pin making lives much simpler, and Later, formerly known as Latergramme, which I like to use to download and plan some of my Instagram post ings from my desk. Rather, I work with businesses in other ways, and I sometimes make paid contributions with affiliate programs.
Like the name implies, this is the place where a business is sponsoring a history, and it gives me the opportunity to give a trip tip or some information to use on your trips while you are able to keep the logging light on. Whether a contribution is funded or I am somewhere else sheltered, I am writing frankly and not letting it influence history.
Seriously, you wouldn't believe how many instances I had to say no to money that would have been very kind to put it towards that bill because the firm that turned to me wanted to make me owe it, but didn't want me to tell you that I was owe to them to put it in a history.
No kidding, folks, stop sending mails. However, I like to work with good fitting businesses and when I can divide new things with you to hopefully make your trips even better. Now you know how you helped many blogs when you were reading our story, clicking on affiliate link and buying something.
In the name of all those blogs out there working to make their dream come true, thank you. If you are a blogsmith who wants to adopt affiliate programs and make them work for you, I really strongly suggest Michelle's Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing course. And, yes, I did love it so much, I became a partner.
There are some affiliate hyperlinks in this article, so if you click on a hyperlink and buy something, I get a small percent to cover the blogs and keep my page ad free. All of us participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Programme, an affiliate promotional programme developed to give us the opportunity to make money by connecting to Amazon.com and associated websites.