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Travel Trends of Today: The Current State of the Travel Affiliate Market
Jacob Schilling
Is starting an affiliate blog with low investments a false narrative? I want to start a blog and review products and so forth but, I want to do it for money, not because I like writing. Of course, I still need to be authentic, and to do that I would need to buy new products to test them. Chances are as a beginner blog I won't get any free products sent to me for testing, so all my articles would basically just be rehashed reviews from other blogs or amazon reviews. That being the case, if I don't want to spend the money to provide authentic hands on reviews, should I just completely disregard affiliate marketing all-together? It feels like an unrealistic option for me if my main goal is to make money. I can't be buying $1000 products to provide hands on reviews as even if I do, I'll have a low conversion rate and the commission I do get would be around 2%, that's a loss not a profit.
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