Affiliate marketing and blogging go together like cookies and milk—they’re made for each other. I’ve been monetizing my blogs with for over 10 years and even recently sold one of my affiliate-monetized blogs for multiple six figures. It can be a lucrative combination. In this article, I share everything I know about how to earn a serious income by merging and blogging. How much can you make from? We looked at how much affiliate marketers make and found that, on average, bloggers make between $30,000–$50,000 per year.
That said it’s possible
To make much more than this. Some high-ticket affiliate marketers earn several million per year. It depends on how much time and effort you put into your business and executive data what niche you’re in. How affiliate marketing and blogging work together Most high-earning bloggers use a combination of search engine optimization, social media, and email lists to drive traffic to their blog posts, which contain affiliate links. Once a user lands on the blog, they may click on one of the affiliate links and purchase the product that’s recommended, resulting in the blogger being paid a commission by the affiliated brand. Low overhead – You don’t have to hold inventory, pay for storage, or hire people to pack, ship, or manage products.
You just need website
Hosting and a desire to write. No customer service – Your affiliates handle all the returns and customer questions. You don’t need to provide customer support CU Lists beyond helping. People decide if they should purchase the product or not. Passive income – Especially with SEO, you can get traffic to your blog whether you’re working or relaxing on the beach. It’s a great way to make a passive income. This whittled down the list to 3,360 keywords. That’s still a lot, but it’s much more manageable. You can filter it down further if you like, but I personally like to just start looking to see what came back from this first filter.