There are tons of ways to make money online. Either it can be through various product promotions, pay per click ads, affiliate programs or even by shortening links. Out of this affiliate programs can really pull some big money if you can bring targeted traffic to your product page.
Indian online travel market is getting very hot over the last few years. Due to the big profits from the travel industry, several international players have entered into the market and you can see some aggressive online marketing campaigns going on.
You too can join this big industry with an affiliate program network from Hotelscombined. In fact, Hotels Combined is a unique search engine that travelers can take the advantage of finding hotel availability and rates, it also compares prices and offers from multiple hotels.
All you need is to pull in some local traffic related to hotel queries from Google and redirect them to your affiliate program.The commission rate for every lead is 70%, plus 12 month cookie ensures that you get paid for every lead from your repeat visitors. Addition, you also get paid 70% of the ad revenue every time an user clicks an ad on their site.Cool eh!
If you are having a well established travel blog, then you can easily pull in some good money. Newbies can start by making their own travel related blogs and seo them properly to get some traffic and then integrate the affiliate program. There are plenty of options for you to promote it in your blog, they have standard and advanced implementation methods including general and deep text links, static and animated banners, interactive search boxes, private branding (white label), XML data feeds, CSV data feeds and a XML search API.
Some cool features of HotelCombined Affiliate program
- 70% revenue on all collected revenue, including ads.
- They pay via three methods which is international bank transfer, international cheque or Paypal.
- Real time reporting.
- Advanced Integration Methods.
- 200,000 hotels in 20,000 destinations across 195 countries.
[Editor’s Note: This post is submitted by our guest blogger Ripe akka Renjith, who is a web-a-holic and his keen interests include blogging, travelling and photography.