While there is no exact formula to succeed in blogging, the key is creating traffic to your site. Once people start to visit your site, private advertisers, affiliate schemes and Google Ads will take care of the money.
These are just some of the tried and tested ways of earning a bit of extra income whilst travelling, but there are many more options out there that just require a bit of creativity. Let us know of any other methods in the comments below.
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The income depends on the project, though most bloggers charge an average flat rate of $100. In addition to traffic size, your website’s domain authority can also affect the pricing.
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Though this is not widely available just yet, we plan to keep an eye on the new membership program to assess whether we think it’s worth the price.
Bluehost - This hosting company spends $5 million in affiliate payments alone in one year. The blogger will receive $65 for every visitor that checks out the link and purchases a plan.