To run a successful affiliate website, it is essential to understand how they operate and how they make money. Affiliate websites promote a product or service making compelling recommendations while linking the product, when a viewer visits the link and makes a purchase the company/retailer tracks back the purchase and pays the affiliate a commission on the sale. [Read more…]
Content monetization tools are essential for maximizing a blog’s potential for profit. Monetizing content gives opportunities for content creators to build their blogs, not only as a hobby but, potentially as a financially productive platform. Not only that, monetization will ensure that content creators have some financial stability to create more – which is the end goal for every website. Keeping up a blog or website live has its costs – from purchasing a domain name, monthly premiums for web hosting, investments in security, to web design and updates. There are costs in building and maintaining a website. It is only right that a blog produces enough to maintain it, pay for creatives, and then some.
Let’s face it, a blog may be a passionate hobby for many. But at the end of the day, it is still a business. So, here are some of the best website monetization platforms available for bloggers and their websites:
Blogging and influencing are legitimate, high-income careers for people of any age, gender, and race. As long as they could create incredible content, and earn an equally incredible following, any social media star (influencer or blogger) could easily become a millionaire overnight. Of course, the highest-paid influencers on all social media platforms would be celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian-West. Athletes are also well-known high earners on social media, with Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the highest-earning athlete-celebrity. Signers like Arianna Grande and Selena Gomez are also high earners on different platforms, particularly Instagram. Let’s focus on non-celebrity blogging magnates, for now. Here are some of them:
In April 2020, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) declared that the world economy will go into recession, “the worst since the Great Depression” from 1929 to 1933. This is due to “The Great Lockdown” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thus, more than ever, multiple streams of income are necessary. Because of uncertainties about what the future holds, it’s best to have a source of income for bills, a source of income for insurance, and a source of income for emergencies.
While scientists are still studying the behavior of coronavirus inside the body and a vaccine has yet to be released, people are opting to over-react and stay home. Some have started home-based businesses, home-based work, or their own blogs.