This is a guest blog post by Karon Thackson. I’ve known her for a long time through my coach’s membership/workshops. She’s an expert on copywriting and blogging. You can read more about her at the end of the post.
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For many online entrepreneurs, blogging often starts as a hobby or a way to drive traffic to the primary pages on their site. Granted, blogging offers tremendous help with:
- Expanding your reach
- Attracting new followers
- Gaining traction in the search engines
- Building a community
- And more
But blogging doesn’t have to be remanded to a support role. When you think of blogging this way, it falls into the category of a money pit. Do you realize that your blog can — and should — be a moneymaker?
#1 Amazon Affiliate Links
Becoming an Amazon affiliate is quick and easy. Once you’re in, sharing your links is as simple as finding a product on Amazon, copying your affiliate link (text or image), and adding it to your post.
Because Amazon offers billions of products on their site, you have a gigantic selection to choose from. It takes only a few minutes to find the right item that fits with your topic and insert the affiliate link.