There’s no limits to the number of affiliate programs you sign up for so applying for one today will not prevent you from picking another one later on. In fact, being a member of more affiliate programs simply gives you more options in terms of products to promote plus they’re pretty much all free to join. You can always leave a program if it’s not working out for you or there are no products you want to promote.
Focus on reviewing products and services that fall within your niche. Then, leveraging the rapport you have created with your audience and your stance as an expert, tell your readers why they would benefit from purchasing the product or service you are promoting. Almost anything sold online can be reviewed if there is an affiliate program – you can review physical products, digital software, or even services booked online, like ride-sharing or travel resort booking. It is especially effective to compare this product to others in the same category. Most importantly, make sure you are generating detailed, articulate content to improve conversions.
In the travel niche, most affiliates get their income from travel agencies, airlines, booking aggregators, reviews sites, and travel goods. For example, from the airport transfers you can earn around $7-10 on the transfer price or from 20 skip-a-line tickets to La Sagrada Família in Barcelona, you will earn around $70. The commission rate and total income depends on the niche you work in. For instance:
I’m a landscape designer in Phoenix, AZ. I have articles that I’ve written about ecological and sustainable landscape design and installation. I’ve been in business successfully for over 8 years. I would like to find a small group of reliable affiliates to place my articles in social media, etc and pay them a good commission as I make a sale, ( to be discussed with the affiliate) It’s a service and not product per se. Or if they have a suggestion on how they would like to work, I’m open