Your travel blog can open the door to many opportunities. Making money is one of the most motivating. While there are countless ways to monetize your blog content, affiliate marketing is a favorite among successful travel bloggers seeking to establish passive income.
Affiliate marketing is the practice of linking to products and services from online retailers and collecting a commission on the sales that are made. Travel bloggers are often recommending their favorite travel brands. Making money through those recommendations is a natural fit that can benefit both you and your readers.
But how do you get past a few dollars on affiliate links here and there, and make a meaningful amount of money?
Our next course on affiliate marketing for travel bloggers will show you how.
Many bloggers are hush hush on their monetization techniques. But Amanda Williams of A Dangerous Business believes in transparency. As a successful travel blogger who has used affiliate marketing to monetize her blog, Amanda is eager to share her secrets with fellow bloggers so they too can work to achieve passive income.
“I’ve focused on diversifying my income and experimenting with affiliate marketing over the last 1-2 years, and it’s paid off. I now make more than $1,500 per month solely from affiliates, and that number continues to steadily grow.” — Amanda Williams
Pause and ask yourself, what could you do with an extra $1,500 a month?
This comprehensive course on affiliate marketing will get you started on the path that has led to substantial income for Amanda and so many bloggers like her.
Whether you’re looking to monetize your blog for the first time, or experimenting with a new revenue stream for your blogging business plan, Amanda breaks down tactics that work.
According to Amanda, “the biggest challenge with affiliate marketing is often just getting started. The whole thing can be daunting because there’s a lot more to it than just installing a new plugin. You have to understand how affiliates can work with your site, choose the right programs to join, and figure out how to target the right content so that you can actually make some money.
This course will focus on the basics and the beginning; the steps to take to get started and keep going strong. It’s also focused solely on travel bloggers, since affiliate marketing in the travel niche is different than affiliate marketing for any other type of blog or website.”
Amanda is designing this course specifically for travel bloggers with consideration for what sets travel apart from other industries.
This is the second course we’ve created in partnership with Amanda Williams. Hundreds of travel bloggers have already benefited from her first course, Bloggers, Brands, and Tourism Boards: A Guide to Successful Partnerships.
We’re thrilled to see that same dedication and enthusiasm for both the course material and her commitment to helping students, with this new course on affiliate marketing for bloggers.
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