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How to monetise your blog

2 min, 11 sec read
12:15 PM | 27 June 2017
by Sveva Marcangeli
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Want to make money from your blog? We have listed the best ways to make a business out of your passion.

Whether you are an experienced or beginner within the blogging realm, monetising your passion can be difficult. I tap into some of the most popular ways to make money off of your passions, expertise and experience!

1. Affiliate Marketing

What is affiliate marketing? It’s when you advertise another company’s products or services in exchange for a commission. When one of your readers click on the link and purchases the products or service from the company, you receive a commission. All you have to do is sign up to one of many affiliate networks out there and add the affiliate link to your blog post.

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