Make Money Online without Investment (with Affiliate Marketing & Blogging). With affiliate marketing, you can promote thousands of products without having to ever spend a dime on creating any product.
Make Money Affiliate Marketing
You wanna make money online without investment but still want to promote and sell products?
You’ll work as a middle man, promoting other people’s products and getting a commission every time someone who you send to the seller’s site buys something.
Having a website or blog of your own is a plus here, but even if you don’t have a website, you can still publish articles on sites like HubPages and earn affiliate income by displaying ads.
If you do have your own website or blog, all you need to do is sign up with a few affiliate networks, choose a few quality related products and start promoting them on your site. You could either place banner ads or use contextual links for this.
Here are some of the better affiliate networks I myself have been using for the last 5-6 years:
For anyone who clicks on your Amazon affiliate link and makes a purchase inside the next 24 hours, you’ll receive a cut of that purchase.
This one has lots of free offers that don’t require the person to buy anything, so it’s easier for you to promote and get conversions out of them.
This is probably the largest marketplace where you can find thousands of digital products to promote as an affiliate marketer, including eBooks.
eBay Partner Network
Again, get a cut on eBay transactions when people are led there through your affiliate links.
An all-encompassing marketplace for affiliate offers.
Make Money Blogging
Setting up a free blog may be easy and quick, but let’s be clear, there is nothing easy and quick about making money with a blog, whether a free blog or one you pay for.
It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to drive enough traffic to your blog to make decent money. But, if you can manage to build a popular blog, you can hit 5, 6 figures. And if you create a blog that becomes really popular, you can become one of many bloggers who earn 7 figures with their blog.
At the very least, you can make a few hundred to a few thousand dollars a month with your blog, just like hundreds of mommy bloggers do.
I worked day and night on that blog while keeping two full-time offline jobs. Until finally my hard work paid off.
After almost a year of satrapmakesmoney.blogspot.com being live, the traffic I was receiving was making me enough money that it persuaded me to get my own domain and hosting, so I could be in full control.
So, I bought a domain – webcource.com – and in 2015 moved the blog there.
The traffic kept growing. At the highest point, I was making over $7,000 a month from WebCource.
It’s been a few years now, the traffic has gone down a bit, plus I am busy with this and a few other sites, so it doesn’t earn as much as it used to, but WebCource still continues to make me money month after month.
I haven’t counted the exact number, but from my PayPal and bank account statements, I can say, to date I’ve made over $100,000 with WebCource.
Yes, $110K in about 4 years, all while keeping my two daytime jobs!
And that was my first ever blog website. I had to learn a lot of stuff. And that’s the best part about the whole experience. It helped me learn a lot of things that lead me to build more popular and better-earning blogs like Money-Pantry.
You know the best part?…
It’s almost entirely passive income now since I really don’t have to do much anymore, except for publishing a post every week or so.
I am not telling you this to brag, I am just traying to show you that it is possible.
But it wasn’t always easy, though.
In the first two years, especially, I really did work hard. I mean I spent every spare minute I had after getting off work, working on this site, writing content, promoting it, driving traffic and so on.
But it paid off and it still is paying off!
I guess what I am trying to say is that despite what you may hear online, making money with a blog is not as easy as setting up a blog and posting to it every day. It takes hard work, dedication, and most importantly, patience.
Also, if you use free blog sites to build a blog, as soon as you can afford it, get your own domain and hosting and move it there. You don’t want your blog being deleted and not be able to do anything about it.
I have heard countless stories from people who worked for years on a Blogspot (also known as Blogger) blog, only to have it deleted by Google (who owns Blogspot ) in an instant.
So, if you can afford it, I recommend you get your own domain name and a hosting account, so you can have full control over your business.